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Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden

(1882-1920), First wife of Crown Prince Gustav Adolf of Sweden; daughter of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and granddaughter of Queen Victoria

Sitter in 36 portraits

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'Wedding group', by Lafayette - NPG P1700(2c)

'Wedding group'

by Lafayette
albumen print, 6 July 1893
NPG P1700(2c)

Prince Arthur of Connaught; Queen Victoria; Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden, by Alexander Bassano, published by  J.J. Samuels Ltd - NPG x135122

Prince Arthur of Connaught; Queen Victoria; Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden

by Alexander Bassano, published by J.J. Samuels Ltd
bromide postcard print, (26 November 1885)
NPG x135122

Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden; Queen Victoria, by Alexander Bassano - NPG x158991

Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden; Queen Victoria

by Alexander Bassano
bromide copy print, (26 November 1885)
NPG x158991

Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden; Queen Victoria, by Alexander Bassano - NPG x95833

Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden; Queen Victoria

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 26 November 1885
NPG x95833

Princess Louise, Duchess of Connaught with her children, by W. & D. Downey, published by  Cassell & Company, Ltd - NPG Ax16162

Princess Louise, Duchess of Connaught with her children

by W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltd
carbon print, published 1893
NPG Ax16162

'The Duke and Duchess of York and Bridesmaids', by W. & D. Downey, published by  Cassell & Company, Ltd - NPG Ax16180

'The Duke and Duchess of York and Bridesmaids'

by W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltd
carbon print, 6 July 1893, published 1893
NPG Ax16180

Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden, by Alexander Bassano - NPG x95980

Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden

by Alexander Bassano
modern bromide print from original negative, early 1900s
NPG x95980

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