Thursday, March 9, 2017

Adding to my collection

I didn't win all the cards I wanted ... but not a bad haul.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Adolphus & Augusta), Prince George of Cambridge, the Hereditary Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Princess Augusta of Cambridge) and Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge

Prince Ernst August, Prince Georg Wilhelm, Princess Frederika, Prince Christian and Prince Welf-Heinrich of Hanover

circa 1966  Princess Irene, Duchess of Aosta; Queen Helen of Romania, the Duke and Duchess of Aosta (Claude of France) and Princess Paul of Yugoslavia

Princess Marie Wilhelmine Luise Ida Friederike Mathilde Hermine of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1859-1941) was the fourth child of Duke Friedrich Ferdinand and his wife (whom he married twice), Princess Adelheid of Schaumburg-Lippe.  Marie never married.

The baptism of Prince Nikola of Yugoslavia with his parents, Prince Tomislav and Princess Margarita (nee Baden). Her father, the Margrave of Baden is in the background

The Duchess of Cumberland (Princess Thyra of Denmark) with her children,  Princes Georg Wilhelm, Christian, Ernst August, Princesses Alexandra, Marie and Olga

the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Württemberg (nee Diane of France)

The Duke and Duchess of Württemberg

1st Communion for Princess Marie Astrid and Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg

Queen Helen of Romania, circa 1968

Queen Frederika with her granddaughter, Infanta Elena, and Infante Juan Carlos

Queen Victoria Eugenia holds her great-grandson, Felipe (1968)

Queen Ena with her daughter, Infanta Beatriz and her granddaughter, Princess Sandra Torlonia

Princess Irene of Greece, Duchess of Aosta, 1960

Infanta Beatriz (Princess Torlonia), circa 1935-1936

2 comments:

Brenda Thompson said...

Thank you for sharing.

Djordje Kraljevic said...

Just to say that by Serbian/Yugoslavian law there is no such thing as Princess husbands name, so only Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, not Princess Paul of Yugoslavia can exist.