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Brooch, "the 300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty," made by Faberge. Gold, diamonds, diamonds, amethysts

Brooch, "the 300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty," made by Faberge. Gold, diamonds, diamonds, amethysts

The last Imperial children of Russia, murdered in 1918.Tsarevich Alexei (b. 1904) dressed in uniform is sitting right in front of his sister Grand Duchess Anastasia (b. 1901), whilst on the far right poses their eldest sister Grand Duchess Olga (b. 1895). In the back stands very regally Grand Duchess Tatiana (b. 1897), her hand resting protectively on the shoulder of Grand Duchess Maria (b. 1899) on the far left.  - kokoshnik. Year 1911.

The last Imperial children of Russia, murdered in 1918.Tsarevich Alexei (b. 1904) dressed in uniform is sitting right in front of his sister Grand Duchess Anastasia (b. 1901), whilst on the far right poses their eldest sister Grand Duchess Olga (b. 1895). In the back stands very regally Grand Duchess Tatiana (b. 1897), her hand resting protectively on the shoulder of Grand Duchess Maria (b. 1899) on the far left. - kokoshnik. Year 1911.

Tsar Nikolai II with Tsarevich Alexei, 1904.  The Tsar looks so happy in this picture.  He was a wonderful father and husband.

Tsar Nikolai II with Tsarevich Alexei, 1904. The Tsar looks so happy in this picture. He was a wonderful father and husband.

All five children of Russia's last Tsar were murdered by the Bolsheviks, according to a new DNA analysis that ends decades of conspiracy theories about family members who had escaped abroad.

Mystery of murdered Russian Tsar's missing children solved by DNA study

All five children of Russia's last Tsar were murdered by the Bolsheviks, according to a new DNA analysis that ends decades of conspiracy theories about family members who had escaped abroad.

OTMAA with a litter of kittens onboard the Standart, 1908... Funny, they don't look very happy!

OTMAA with a litter of kittens onboard the Standart, 1908... Funny, they don't look very happy!

Grand Duchess Tatiana was the second child of Nicholas II and Alexandra; she and her elder sister Olga were known as the "Big Pair", and sought one another out for company in what seems, based on the reading of their diaries, to have been a lonely existence.

Grand Duchess Tatiana was the second child of Nicholas II and Alexandra; she and her elder sister Olga were known as the "Big Pair", and sought one another out for company in what seems, based on the reading of their diaries, to have been a lonely existence.

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