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Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1900-1974), Son of George V

Sitter in 177 portraits
Third son of George V and Queen Mary, created Duke of Gloucester in 1928; joined the 10th Royal Hussars in 1921 and during the Second World War served as Chief Liaison Officer between the British and French armies in Europe and (from 1941) as second in command of the 20th Armoured Brigade.

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P500

Royal Group including King George V and four of his children

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
glossy purple brown-toned bromide print on green mount, 9 November 1902
NPG P500

P140(3)

The four sons of King George

by Bertram Park
bromide print, 26 June 1931
NPG P140(3)

x6052

Queen Victoria with her grandchildren

by Hughes & Mullins
albumen panel card, 1900
NPG x6052

x29773

King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra with the children of King George V

by Frederick William Ralph, published by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
albumen cabinet card, 1901
NPG x29773

x197447

King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra with the children of King George V

by Frederick William Ralph, published by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
albumen cabinet card, 1901
NPG x197447

Ax29325

Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 1902
NPG Ax29325

Ax29326

Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 1902
NPG Ax29326

Ax29327

Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 1902
NPG Ax29327

Ax29328

Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 1902
NPG Ax29328

Ax29329

Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 1902
NPG Ax29329

Ax29373

Royal Family group

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 9 November 1902
NPG Ax29373

Ax29382

Royal Group including King George V and four of his children

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 9 November 1902
NPG Ax29382

x47140

Royal Group including King George V and four of his children

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
bromide print, 9 November 1902
NPG x47140

x197232

'From the cares of Empire to the joys of home - Edward VII and his grandchildren, Balmoral Castle'

by James Edward Ellam, published by Underwood & Underwood
albumen stereoscopic card, autumn 1902
On display in Room 24 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x197232

x26024

Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood; Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

by Frederick William Ralph
printing-out paper cabinet card, 1903
NPG x26024

x138942

'T.R.H. Princes Edward, Henry and Albert of Wales'

by W. & D. Downey, published by J. Beagles & Co
bromide postcard print, mid 1900s
NPG x138942

x197453

King George V with his family

by W. & D. Downey
albumen print, 1906
NPG x197453

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