File:Queen Victoria Prince Albert and their nine children.JPG
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|DescriptionQueen Victoria Prince Albert and their nine children.JPG||
English: Prince Albert, Queen Victoria and their nine children.
From left to right: Alice, Arthur (later Duke of Connaught), The Prince Consort (Albert), The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII), Leopold (later Duke of Albany, in front of the Prince of Wales), Louise, Queen Victoria with Beatrice, Alfred (later Duke of Edinburgh), The Princess Royal (Victoria) and Helena
|Date||26 May 1857|
|Source||Alexander Palace Forums; original in the Royal Collection|
|Author||Caldesi and Montecchi (fl.1857-67)|
|Public domainPublic domainfalse|
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|Date and time of data generation||04:49, 27 December 2009|
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|File change date and time||13:38, 2 February 2012|
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|Date and time of digitizing||04:49, 27 December 2009|
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|File source||Digital still camera|
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|Focal length in 35 mm film||35 mm|
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|Date metadata was last modified||11:02, 27 December 2009|
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