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Old 05-11-20, 08:25 PM
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An interesting image, what caught my attention was this in this description:

Believed to be only the second known photograph of all three Kings together it was evidently taken on the same occasion and within a few moments of the other photograph and from a near-identical view point and distance. The only notable differences are that the Prince of Wales' hands are unclasped here and there is no visible sunlight or shadow.

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Old 05-11-20, 09:55 PM
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An interesting picture, thanks for showing it.

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An interesting image, what caught my attention was this in this description:

Believed to be only the second known photograph of all three Kings together it was evidently taken on the same occasion and within a few moments of the other photograph and from a near-identical view point and distance. The only notable differences are that the Prince of Wales' hands are unclasped here and there is no visible sunlight or shadow.

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Thanks for posting, good photograph. I see you corrected the sale room mistake and put the picture the correct way round.

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