The art of war
Nicholas II in Royal Scots  Guards uniform, Alexander Palace in the foreground, 1908, by Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky
Acquirer - guess who? King Edward VII

Nicholas II in Royal Scots  Guards uniform, Alexander Palace in the foreground, 1908, by Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky

Acquirer - guess who? King Edward VII

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    Why wouldn’t Bertie want such a majestic piece of art ;)
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  16. mmeflamel said: Nicolaus II and the later George V looked like twins. Mary of Teck, George’s wife, bought jewels from her and his exiled Russian relatives. Check out Elizabeth II and her tiaras and necklases next time she shows up. She inherited her grandma’s pug-face.
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