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Princess Mary of Teck's 1893 wedding to Prince George, Duke of York (served 1910-1936 as King George V)

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Queen Mary 1910 I love this necklace but have no idea what happened to it; if anyone out there knows could you please tell all in your comments!?!

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Mary, Queen of Scots: Blairs Memorial Portrait

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Queen Mary wearing (i) the Cullinans I (530.2 carat pear shaped diamond) and II (317.4 carat cushion shaped) which she had dismounted from the crown jewels for the 1910 State Opening of Parliament to make her corsage ornament pinned to her garter riband and (ii) the Cullinans III (94.4 carat pear shaped) and IV (63.6 cushion shaped) at her throat underneath the rows of diamond riviere necklaces, attached to the Coronation necklace

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The Duchess of York (1869 - 1953), Mary of Teck, later Queen Mary, wife of George V, with her children, Prince Edward (Duke of Windsor) and Prince Albert (King George VI)

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Queen Mary of Teck, wife of King George V and the grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II. Her mother was a member of the British royal family, and her father was a German duke.

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Creator: Alice Hughes (1857-1939) (photographer) Creation Date: circa 1900 Description: Photograph of Queen Mary (1867-1953) when Duchess of York and her two eldest sons Prince Edward (later King Edward VIII) (1894-1972) and Prince Albert (later King George VI) (1895-1952), dressed in sailors' suits and Princess Mary (1897-1965), playing with flowers

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