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"The tapestry was made ​​by Her Majesty Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, and Elizabeth M.me during the last two years of their lives."

"The tapestry was made ​​by Her Majesty Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, and Mme Elizabeth during the last two years of their lives.

Louis-Charles, the unfortunate son of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI.  Separted from his mother, dying of tuberculosis, this little prince suffered greatly.  Read more on: Titillating Tidbits About the Life and Times of Marie Antoinette

Louis-Charles, the unfortunate son of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI. Separted from his mother, dying of tuberculosis, this little prince suffered greatly. Read more on: Titillating Tidbits About the Life and Times of Marie Antoinette

Part of a sleeve (I assume from some sort of chemise or other undergarment) with a small embroidered crown worn by Marie Antoinette during her captivity in the Temple. It was given to the Comtesse Ludovic de Poix by Marie Therese Charlotte, when the Comtesse visited her at Frohsdorf during the last year of her life.

Part of a sleeve (I assume from some sort of chemise or other undergarment) with a small embroidered crown worn by Marie Antoinette during her captivity in the Temple.

Louis Joseph de France;   (10/22/1781 - 6/4/1789) was the second child and first son of King Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette. As the heir apparent to the French throne, he was called the twenty-sixth Dauphin of France-the hereditary "crown prince" title of the Capetian and Bourbon Monarchies as well as of medieval and early-modern France. Louis Joseph died at age seven of a quick illness amidst the political turmoil and power machinations surrounding the Estates-General of 1789.

22 October 1781 – 4 June was the second child and elder son of King Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette. Louis Joseph died at age seven of tuberculosis of the spine

Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette's husband, king of France. As the former King of France, Louis XVI was executed by guillotine on January 21, 1793. The National Convention had taken power a few months earlier.

Dauphin Louis-Auguste of France,King Louis XVI of August January of Louis,Dauphin of France & Duchess Maria Josepha of Saxony of France 10 May September Archduchess Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna of Austria on 16 May

Tomb monument of  Marie Antoinette (1755 - 1793) Queen of France and wife of Louis XVI. The Gothic Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis,  Paris

Grave Marker- Tomb Monument of Marie Antoinette - Queen of France and wife of Louis XVI. The Gothic Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis, Paris

"The unfortunate Marie Antoinette Queen of France at the place of execution, October 16th 1793," mezzotint, 1793 (British Museum)

"The unfortunate Marie Antoinette Queen of France at the place of execution, October mezzotint, 1793 (British Museum)

La Meridiana, Marie Antoinette's sitting area, Palace of Versailles, furnished by Mique in 1781, France, 18th century.

La Meridiana, Marie Antoinette's sitting area, Palace of Versailles, furnished by Mique in France, century.

At The Ritz in Paris | Vogue USA.

Beautiful and opulent shoot of Kate Moss at The Ritz in Paris, photographed by Tim Walker and styled by Grace Coddington for Vogue US April 2012 issue. Kate Moss is stunning as ever as she channels Marie Antoinette in this decadent editorial.

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