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King Edward VII - the man credited with loosening our bottom buttons and a snappy dresser to boot!

King Edward VII - the man credited with loosening our bottom buttons and a snappy dresser to boot!

The Duke and Duchess of Fife. Early 1900s.  James Duff, the Duke of Fife, was the son of an illegitimate daughter of King William IV of Great Britian.  He married greatly above his rank HRH Louise, the Princess Royal of Great Britain.  They had a happy marriage and three children.                                                                 I

The Duke and Duchess of Fife. Early 1900s. James Duff, the Duke of Fife, was the son of an illegitimate daughter of King William IV of Great Britian. He married greatly above his rank HRH Louise, the Princess Royal of Great Britain. They had a happy marriage and three children. I

King Edward VII with his two Duff granddaughters, Alexandra (later Duchess of Fife) and Maud (later Countess of Southesk):

King Edward VII with his two Duff granddaughters, Alexandra (later Duchess of Fife) and Maud (later Countess of Southesk):

This recent find could be the only color photograph of King Edward VII. The photograph shows the King in Highland costume enjoying the autumn grouse season in Scotland. The picture is also an autochrome, making it the only autochrome of the King. The picture was found alongside 700 other images from the early 1900s, including this one which is probably the first color photograph of London Zoo, taken in 1909.

This recent find could be the only color photograph of King Edward VII. The photograph shows the King in Highland costume enjoying the autumn grouse season in Scotland. The picture is also an autochrome, making it the only autochrome of the King. The picture was found alongside 700 other images from the early 1900s, including this one which is probably the first color photograph of London Zoo, taken in 1909.

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