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File:Philip Alexius de Laszlo-Princess Elizabeth of York, Currently Queen Elizabeth II of England,1933.jpg



Philip Alexius de Laszlo: Princess Elizabeth of York, currently Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, painted when she was seven years old (1933)

Date 1933


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  • See (a print of the image from Mid-Week Pictorial (1914-1937), an American weekly of news pictures, labelled with the date 1933) showing that it was published in the United States in 1933. Since the original painting is itself dated 1933, simultaneous publication in the US within 30 days is likely. Didn't find in copyright renewal records.
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