House of Hanover family tree 1714-1901. http://www.pinterest.com/aurora771/european-history/
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portrait of Queen Charlotte Sophia by Allan Ramsay, ca.1770. Oxford College, Anon II PD05. Well, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words...now, if only the past could talk!

portrait of Queen Charlotte Sophia by Allan Ramsay, ca.1770. Oxford College, Anon II PD05. Well, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words...now, if only the past could talk!

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Ten great portraits of Queens | Madame Guillotine.  Queen Victoria, Winterhalter, 1859. Photo: Royal Collection.

Ten great portraits of Queens | Madame Guillotine. Queen Victoria, Winterhalter, 1859. Photo: Royal Collection.

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Aloha. Black Warmblood stallion standing at Gray Fox Farm. Always wanted a black horse

Aloha. Black Warmblood stallion standing at Gray Fox Farm. Always wanted a black horse

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Queen Victoria,1845. Photographs taken of the Queen at this time do not much resemble this glamorous image. Winterhalter was skilled at creating an enhanced likeness. He also obligingly enlarged the Queen's jewellery.

Queen Victoria,1845. Photographs taken of the Queen at this time do not much resemble this glamorous image. Winterhalter was skilled at creating an enhanced likeness. He also obligingly enlarged the Queen's jewellery.

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The first photograph ever taken of Queen Victoria, with her daughter the Princess Royal, 1844.

The first photograph ever taken of Queen Victoria, with her daughter the Princess Royal, 1844.

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(1720-88) Charles Edward Stuart "Bonnie Prince Charlie" (Death Mask)
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Queen Victoria: Britain's longest serving monarch, Empress of India and sovereign of history's largest empire

Queen Victoria: Britain's longest serving monarch, Empress of India and sovereign of history's largest empire

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The Duke of Edinburgh, 25th Colonel Grenadier Guards, in Guard Of Honour Order
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Queen Victoria in 1840 at age 21. This may be the earliest photograph ever taken of her. It is unknown if this is a daguerreotype or a calotype.

Queen Victoria in 1840 at age 21. This may be the earliest photograph ever taken of her. It is unknown if this is a daguerreotype or a calotype.

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