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Royal Family Order Badges: Victoria & Albert (they had about 4 badges for each order)

Diamond and Cameo Badge/Brooch - Badge of the Order of Victoria and Albert - Cameo - 1864 - Presented to Princess Alexandra of Denmark, by Queen Victoria

The Queen is depicted wearing the George IV State Diadem, ribbon and star of the Order of the Garter. It is set in a diamond frame topped by a Tudor crown and set on a chartreuse yellow silk ribbon bow. Her cypher adorns the reverse side.

The Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II, front and back [From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault 09 August

Thoughts of a Depressive Diplomatist: Royal Family Orders

Order of Victoria & Albert - Badge of the first class "The property of a royal family" (c.

Badge of the Order of Victoria and Albert (first class) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring royal stuff

Order of Victoria & Albert - Badge of the first class belonged to Princess Helena of the United Kingdom, later Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein.

vickievictoriana:  Personal Order of King George V-the jewel encrusted order on white ribbon was a personal gift of the sovereign to those who received it during his reign

The back of the Order is gold, and set on it is the royal cypher in diamonds and the date pale blue riband bow is the same colour as that of the Royal Guelphic Order of Hanover.

Queen Victoria's sash badge of the Lesser George

Queen Victoria is often credited for initiating the use of white for bridal gowns.

Insignia of the Royal Family Order of George IV (or presentation portrait of the King) miniature by Henry Bone (1820), setting probably by Rundell, Bridge & Rundell (1821). In a private collection.

Insignia of the Royal Family Order of George IV (or presentation portrait of the King) miniature by Henry Bone setting probably by Rundell, Bridge & Rundell In a private collection.

Royal Order of Victoria and Albert, First Class, a fine quality copy Badge

Bid Live on Lot 151 in the Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals and Militaria Auction from Spink & Son.

An 1883 painting of Queen Victoria (1819 - 1901), taken from an 1882 photograph by Alexander Bassano. Behind the queen is a portrait of her deceased consort, Prince Albert, by German artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter, and the box beside her is labelled 'First Lord of the Treasury.'

HM Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India

Double cameo portrait of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort Albert engraved in onyx

Double cameo portrait of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort engraved in onyx. First Class Badge of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert. cameo in silver frame mounted with pastes, diamonds, emeralds and rubies.

The Diamond Cameo Badge: originally made for George IV, the badge was given as a wedding present to Prince Albert from Queen Victoria, who wore it after his death.

Diamond Cameo Badge, originally made for George IV, the badge was given as a wedding present to Prince Albert from Queen Victoria, who wore it after his death.

Victoria and Albert order

[Replica] Order of Victoria and Albert – Queen Alexandra’s Badge Until the end of Queen Victoria’s reign the Order consisted of a cameo miniature set in diamonds. Edward VII introduced its present form of a portrait which was painted on ovory.

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