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Prince Albert Victor of Wales (1864-1892) |  Would have been King.ws gto marry HH Princess May of Teck but died before the wedding took place.

Prince Albert Victor of Wales (1864-1892) | Would have been King.ws gto marry HH Princess May of Teck but died before the wedding took place.

Princess Charlotte Augusta, only daughter of the future George IV and of Caroline of Brunswick. Princess of Wales. She married Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfied - who eventually became Leopold I of Belgium and great counsellor to Victoria - but she died after having given birth to her first child, who also died. She was first cousin to Victoria, while Leopold was Victoria's uncle - the brother of Victoria's mother.

Princess Charlotte Augusta, only daughter of the future George IV and of Caroline of Brunswick. Princess of Wales. She married Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfied - who eventually became Leopold I of Belgium and great counsellor to Victoria - but she died after having given birth to her first child, who also died. She was first cousin to Victoria, while Leopold was Victoria's uncle - the brother of Victoria's mother.

Hayters portrait of an Unknown Woman and Two Children was painted in London. The sitters husband was a purser in the East India Companys service.

Hayters portrait of an Unknown Woman and Two Children was painted in London. The sitters husband was a purser in the East India Companys service.

A painted porcelain, diamond and silver-topped gold pendant, early 19th century  featuring an oval painted porcelain depicting a couple in a pastoral setting, framed by old mine-cut diamonds; estimated total diamond weight: 4.00 carats.

A painted porcelain, diamond and silver-topped gold pendant, early 19th century featuring an oval painted porcelain depicting a couple in a pastoral setting, framed by old mine-cut diamonds; estimated total diamond weight: 4.00 carats.

Miniature, Portrait of the Comtesse du Barry, by Lavreince; (inspired by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun ) Second half of the 18th century. Paris, the Louvre.

Miniature, Portrait of the Comtesse du Barry, by Lavreince; (inspired by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun ) Second half of the 18th century. Paris, the Louvre.

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