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after she said "Let them Eat Cake." Marie Antoinette was brought here, do you know the ending?~House of History, LLC.

after she said "Let them Eat Cake." Marie Antoinette was brought here, do you know the ending?~House of History, LLC.

A mancheron (or type of muff) worn by Marie Antoinette during her captivity at the Temple. It was given by the duchesse d’Angoulême to the comtesse Ludvoic de Poix in the 19th century

A mancheron (or type of muff) worn by Marie Antoinette during her captivity at the Temple. It was given by the duchesse d’Angoulême to the comtesse Ludvoic de Poix in the century

Marie Antoinette  19th Century Engraving    Marie Antoinette is remembered in history for something she probably never said, "Let them eat cake."

Marie Antoinette Image Gallery

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, in a century image from Evert A. Duykinck, A Portrait Gallery of Eminent Men and Women of Europe and America, with Biographies.

This is the last letter of Marie Antoinette, written in the early morning hours of October 16th on the day of her execution. After her trial concluded she was brought back to her cell in the Conciergerie and penned this tear stained letter to her sister in law, Madame Elisabeth. It would never reach its’ intended recipient.

tea-with-marie: "The last letter written by Marie-Antoinette Queen of France a few hours before her execution to her sister-in-law Madame Elisabeth. Notice how it is stained by her tears.

mouchoir brodé par Marie Antoinette

Firescreen panel Embroidered by Marie Antoinette, Queen of France Date:ca. 1788 Culture:French Medium:Cotton embroidered with silk Dimensions:H. 22 inches x cm) Classification:Textiles-Embroidered

Marie Antionette carriage

For all you people who post "wedding" things, this is Marie Antoinette's wedding coach. She rode this for about twenty minutes through the grounds of the Versaille, and this ten times more elegant than anything you will come up with for your wedding.

Traveling Trunks by Leah Marie Brown.  These leather-covered travel trunks were in a room off the stairwell to Marie Antoinette's  Private Apartments.  The trunk in the middle  belonged to Marie Antoinette.  If you look closely,  you can make out the words "Chambre de la R."  (copyright, please attribute)

Traveling Trunks by Leah Marie Brown. These leather-covered travel trunks were in a room off the stairwell to Marie Antoinette's Private Apartments. The trunk in the middle belonged to Marie Antoinette. If you look closely, you can make out the words "Chambre de la R." (copyright, please attribute)

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