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Rare representation of the four children of Louis XVI and Marie - Antoinette together: The oldest, Maria Theresa called Madame Royale (1778 + 1851), future Duchess of Angoulême and was the only one to survive the revolution. The first Dauphin Louis (1781 + 1789), died at the beginning of the event. The future Louis XVII (1785 + 1795), died in the Temple. Miss Sophie (1786 + 1787), whose death at 11 months allows us to date the miniature of 1787.

vivelareine: “A rare miniature portrait of the four children of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette: Marie Thérèse, Louis Joseph, Louis Charles, and Sophie. The miniature, attributed to Jean Pierre Chasselat - would have likely been completed.

Rare Diamonds And Jewels Are Displayed Ahead Of A Sothebys Auction - Pictures - Zimbio

Ruby and diamond jewelry belonged to Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe, and was probably purchased from Garrards (a British jewelry since by the Earl of Roseberry.

Marie Antoinette's cell at La Conciergerie. This was her last room to sleep in before her execution

Marie Antoinette's cell at La Conciergerie. The last place she slept before her execution.

The key to the Petit Trianon, given to Marie-Antoinette by her husband Louis XVI in June of 1774. When he gave it to her there was a ribbon on it with 531 diamonds.  I’d like to think he’s the one who made the key too, I could see him doing that.

tinywaitress: “ The key to the Petit Trianon, given to Marie-Antoinette by her husband Louis XVI in June of When he gave it to her there was a ribbon on it with 531 diamonds. I’d like to think he’s the one who made the key too, I could see him.

The six wives of Henry VIII

The six wives of Henry VIII - best way to remember order: divorced beheaded died divorced beheaded survived

Even though his legacy depends on the birth of a male heir, King Edward IV still adored his little princess.

Max Irons as King Edward IV admiring his princess in The White Queen - amazing.