Daguerreotype of Prince Albert (1819-1861), by William Constable (1783-1861). This photograph was the first to be taken of a member of the British Royal Family.

Daguerreotype of Prince Albert (1819-1861), by William Constable (1783-1861). This photograph was the first to be taken of a member of the British Royal Family.

First known royal photo:  Prince Albert (1819-1861) | Royal Collection Trust Creator: William Constable (1783-1861) (photographer) Creation Date:  5 Mar 1842 Materials:  Daguerreotype

First known royal photo: Prince Albert (1819-1861) | Royal Collection Trust Creator: William Constable (1783-1861) (photographer) Creation Date: 5 Mar 1842 Materials: Daguerreotype

John Constable by Ramsay Richard Reinagle, circa 1799, John Constable was born on 11/06/1776, the fourth child of Golding and Ann Constable. He spent most of his schooldays at Dedham Grammar School and would have walked along the Stour to it from his home in East Bergholt. The Constable family had farmed in the Stour Valley from the fourteenth century and so it is not surprising that he felt so attached to the area. He started studying at the Royal Academy in 1799...

John Constable by Ramsay Richard Reinagle, circa 1799, John Constable was born on 11/06/1776, the fourth child of Golding and Ann Constable. He spent most of his schooldays at Dedham Grammar School and would have walked along the Stour to it from his home in East Bergholt. The Constable family had farmed in the Stour Valley from the fourteenth century and so it is not surprising that he felt so attached to the area. He started studying at the Royal Academy in 1799...

Music sheet cover for The Queen’s Waltz 1865 England - Queen Victoria (1819-1901) by Artist Unknown. Only child of Prince Edward Augustus Duke of Kent (1767–1820) & Princess Victoria (1786–1861) of Saxe-Coburg & wife of Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha (1819-1861).

Music sheet cover for The Queen’s Waltz 1865 England - Queen Victoria (1819-1901) by Artist Unknown. Only child of Prince Edward Augustus Duke of Kent (1767–1820) & Princess Victoria (1786–1861) of Saxe-Coburg & wife of Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha (1819-1861).

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