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Prince Charles (1948-), Prince of Wales

Sitter in 142 portraits
Eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip and heir to the British throne. Created Prince of Wales on 26 July 1958, invested Prince of Wales in 1969. Took a degree at Cambridge (1967-70) before serving in the RAF and Royal Navy (1971-6). On leaving the navy in 1976, the prince founded The Prince's Trust to help young people realise their potential. He recently published a practical guide to organic gardening.

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P140(23)

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 26 October 1949
NPG P140(23)

P347

The Royal Family

by Yousuf Karsh
bromide print, 1951
NPG P347

P140(25)

Princess Anne; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 1952
NPG P140(25)

P140(27)

Marcus Adams; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 1953
NPG P140(27)

P140(26)

Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 1956
NPG P140(26)

P1152

Prince Charles

by Bernard Lee ('Bern') Schwartz
dye transfer print, 30 March 1977
NPG P1152

P1151

Prince Charles

by Bernard Lee ('Bern') Schwartz
dye transfer print, 30 March 1977
NPG P1151

5420

Prince Charles

by Bryan Organ
pencil, 1980
NPG 5420

5920(6)

Prince Charles

by Mark Boxer
ink and coloured crayon, 1981
NPG 5920(6)

P716(10)

Prince Charles; Diana, Princess of Wales

by Terence Daniel Donovan
colour print, 1987
NPG P716(10)

P1013

Prince Charles

by Mario Testino
C-type colour print, 2001
NPG P1013

x136398

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles

possibly by Baron (Sterling Henry Nahum), published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 15 December 1948
NPG x136398

x136399

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles

possibly by Baron (Sterling Henry Nahum), published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 15 December 1948
NPG x136399

x136400

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Prince Charles

possibly by Baron (Sterling Henry Nahum), published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 15 December 1948
NPG x136400

x136772

'Four Generations at Buckingham Palace'

possibly by Baron (Sterling Henry Nahum), published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 15 December 1948
NPG x136772

x138035

'Princess Elizabeth with her infant son Prince Charles' (Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles)

by Cecil Beaton, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
halftone postcard print, circa 1949 (14 December 1948)
NPG x138035

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