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Ferdinando Carlo of the Two Sicilies (1810-1859)

Ferdinando Carlo of the Two Sicilies

Archduke Charles (brother of the Emperor) and the Archduchess Annunziata (Princess of Naples), 1864. [Album: Photographs. Royal Portraits, vol.49]

The Royal Collection: Archduke Charles (brother of the Emperor) and the Archduchess Annunziata (Princess of Naples),

Claude Marie Paul Dubufe (1790-1864) — Portrait of Louise of Orléans, the first Queen of the Belgians, années 1830: Royal Collection of Belgium (818x1222)

1830 Portrait of Louise of Orléans, the first Queen of the Belgians, by Claude Marie Paul Dubufe, Royal Collection of Belgium

Bust in wax and glass of Maria Carolina of Austria, Quen of Naples (Vienna, about 1800 - Joseph Müller, 1750-1814) - Naples, Royal Palace #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Antoinette and her sisters: Bust in wax and glass of Maria Carolina of Austria, Queen of Naples (Vienna, about 1800 - Joseph Müller, - Naples, Royal Palace.

"Maria Clementina of Austria, Francesco of Bourbon's first wife" (about 1791) by Joseph Hickel (Bomisch-Leipa 1736-Wien 1807) - Naples, Royal Palace

"Maria Clementina of Austria, Francesco of Bourbon's first wife" (about by Joseph Hickel (Bomisch-Leipa - Naples, Royal Palace

The Prince of Wales, Naples, September 1862 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.6 1862-1863] | Royal Collection Trust

The Prince of Wales, Naples, September 1862 [in Portraits of Royal Children

Margaret of Anjou. The source for this engraving is Biographical Sketches of the Queens of Great Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of Victoria, or Royal Book of Beauty, edited by Mary Howitt, Henry G Bohn, London, 1851.

Who Were the Queens of England from the Houses of York and Lancaster?

Margaret of Anjou (March 1430 - August Queen consort to: Henry VI ruled Married: May 1445 Coronation: May ~ETS

Caroline Murat. Napoleon's younger and power hungry-sister. Portrait by François Pascal Simon Gérard//A set of jewelry owned by Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples    Also, incidentally, the sister of one Napoleon Bonaparte    Gold, Lapis Lazuli, Inlaid Chalcedony (Pietre Dure), ca 1808

[Gold foliage tiara and parure, possibly grapevine, with pearls and grayish cabochons (lava?)] 1808 Caroline Murat outtake from family portrait

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