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MONDAY, APR 20, 2009  |  3 comments
Earliest color picture of King Edward VII found lying in cupboard
The informal portrait of the king was taken by Lionel de Rothschild, the banker and Conservative MP, in September 1909.

He is shown in Highland costume enjoying the autumn grouse season at Tulchan in Strathspey, about 15 miles from Balmoral. He died eight months after the photograph was taken.

"We believe this must be one of only a very few colour pictures taken of the King," he said. "It would be interesting to find out if it is indeed, the only colour image.


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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Thanks! Into my bookmarks they go...

My late grandmother had a pic from that period of her grandparents, who looked pretty fierce, either because they were Scots-Irish, or the shutter speed was too slow for smiling.

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Pikestaff  Find all comments by Pikestaff
Neil
This is a good site if you enjoy the early photography of 19th and 20th centuries. Victorian and Edwardian.

Victorian and Edwardian Photos.

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News Item4/20/09 3:34 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Nice pic of that genteel adulterer. Autochrome must've been a pretty stable process if it is unretouched.

More color from that era:
WW1 Color Photos (mostly French)
The Empire that Was (Czarist Russia)

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