Jean Desboutin (active 1914) - King George V and the Prince of Wales, later the Duke of Windsor
Autochrome, 7 x 9½, of King George V (1865-1936) who stands on the right, wearing the Admiral of the Fleet uniform. On the left stands the Prince of Wales (1894-1972), later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor, wearing the uniform of Lieutenant of the Royal Navy. Taken in Buckingham Palace. Presented in the original cardboard box marked PHOTO-COULEURS / 5, RUE ROYALE, 5 / PARIS / TÉL: GUTENBERG 22-43.The first photograph depicts the image laterally reversed....
(a) F. Scholte | Suit | British | The Met
Mrs. Simpson's first impression of the Prince of Wales was "An incongruous figure in baggy plus fours, a thick sweater, hair tousled." The Prince of Wales popularized plus fours in the 1920s. He disliked the traditional style of plus fours with fastenings below the knees, which he found restrictive and uncomfortable
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+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ The Duke of Windsor wearing Royal Stuart Tartan.
The Duke of Windsor sitting at a desk, which is strewn with books and...
The Duke of Windsor sitting at a desk, which is strewn with books and paperwork in Goverment House in Nassau, the Bahamas, circa 1942. The Duke of Windsor served as Governor of the Bahamas from 1940...
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The Duke of Windsor in never-before-seen photo
Extraordinary pictures, providing an intimate glimpse into the Duke of Windsor's life have emerged. The shots were part of three albums that were in the possession of his old head gardener.
Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) - National Portrait Gallery
by Hugh Cecil (Hugh Cecil Saunders) whole-plate glass negative circa 1925