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Prince William of Gloucester

(1941-1972), Cousin of Queen Elizabeth II

Sitter in 39 portraits

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'The Royal Wedding: The Service at Westminster Abbey', published by The Photochrom Co Ltd - NPG x193011

'The Royal Wedding: The Service at Westminster Abbey'

published by The Photochrom Co Ltd
halftone postcard print, 20 November 1947
NPG x193011

'The Royal Wedding Group', by Bassano Ltd, published by  The Photochrom Co Ltd - NPG x193012

'The Royal Wedding Group'

by Bassano Ltd, published by The Photochrom Co Ltd
halftone postcard print, 20 November 1947
NPG x193012

Prince William of Gloucester, by Cecil Beaton - NPG x35199

Prince William of Gloucester

by Cecil Beaton
bromide print on white card mount, 21 May 1953
NPG x35199

Duchess of Gloucester with her sons, by Madame Yevonde - NPG x34008

Duchess of Gloucester with her sons

by Madame Yevonde
matte bromide print on card mount, March 1959
NPG x34008

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Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester; Prince William of Gloucester

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film copy negative, 25 November 1947
NPG x35800

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Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester; Prince William of Gloucester

by Dorothy Wilding
contact print, 25 November 1947
NPG x35810

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Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester; Prince William of Gloucester

by Dorothy Wilding
bromide print, 25 November 1947
NPG x35811

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Prince William of Gloucester; Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester

by Dorothy Wilding
bromide print, 25 November 1947
NPG x35812

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Prince Henry With Princess Alice and sons Princes William and Richard

by Dorothy Wilding
whole-plate film negative, 25 November 1947
NPG x38013

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Prince Henry With Princess Alice and sons Princes William and Richard

by Dorothy Wilding
whole-plate film negative, 25 November 1947
NPG x38014

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Prince Henry With Princess Alice and sons Princes William and Richard

by Dorothy Wilding
whole-plate film negative, 25 November 1947
NPG x38015

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