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Princess Maud (1869-1938), Queen consort of King Haakon VII; daughter of King Edward VII

Sitter in 90 portraits
Within six years of marriage the Prince and Princess of Wales had five children. Motherhood enhanced Alexandra's popularity with the British public and brought her closer to the Queen Victoria, who had created a more domestic public image for the monarchy.

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'Royal Mourners at King Edward's Funeral'

published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd, after Langfier Ltd, and Carl Pietzner, and Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd), and William Slade Stuart, and Unknown photographers
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x193016


Royal group including George V and Queen Mary

by Bassano Ltd
12 x 10 inch glass negative, 1934
NPG x95792


Royal Coronation Group

by Dorothy Wilding
bromide print, 12 May 1937
NPG x46515


Princess Maud

by Hay Wrightson
whole-plate film transparency, 12 May 1937
NPG x126941


Princess Maud

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Edward Hughes
heliogravure, (1897)
NPG D33982


Princess Maud; Queen Alexandra

by James Russell & Sons
albumen carte-de-visite, August 1872
NPG x46535


Princess Maud; Queen Alexandra

by James Russell & Sons
albumen carte-de-visite, 1872
NPG x46536


King Edward VII with his family

by Frederick William Ralph
albumen print, 1888
NPG x196983


Princess Victoria of Wales; Princess Maud

by W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltd
carbon print, published 1890
NPG Ax14741


'The Only Authentic Photograph of Their Majesties King George and Queen Mary, Wedding Group'

by W. & D. Downey
bromide postcard print, 1910s (6 July 1893)
NPG x197486


'Their Majesties The King and Queen with Bridesmaids on the Occasion of their Wedding, July 6th, 1893'

after Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide postcard print, 1910s (6 July 1893)
NPG x196933


King Edward VII; Victoria ('Ena'), Queen of Spain; Princess Maud, Queen of Norway; Queen Alexandra

by Gunn & Stuart
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 8 August 1896
NPG x193302


Princess Maud

published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, circa 1905
NPG x193047


'Royal Shooting Party, Windsor, 1906'

after Mrs Albert Broom (Christina Livingston)
bromide postcard print, 1906
NPG x196910


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