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Queen Elizabeth Photograph

Queen Elizabeth II - Vintage Photograph
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth II is a vintage black and white photograph. Good conditions though a little blurry.
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1950s Modern Black and White Photography

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Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth Wears Mineral's Helmet - Vintage Photograph 1950s
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth wears mineral's helmet is a vintage photograph, an original black and white
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1950s Modern Figurative Photography

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Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth in 1962 at Remembrance Festival - Vintage Photograph - 1962
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth in 1962 at Remembrance Festival is a vintage photograph realized in 1962. Good
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1960s Modern Figurative Photography

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Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and Chief of Protocol Osei - Vintage Photograph
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, and Chief of Protocol Osei Bonsu is a vintage photograph, an
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Mid-20th Century Modern Figurative Photography

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Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth and Philip with Charles and Ann - Vintage Photograph - 1960s
Located in Roma, IT
Queen and Duke with Charles and Princess Ann is an original photograph realized by an anonymous
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1960s Contemporary Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper

Royal Blood- Staged Photograph of Queen Elizabeth at Home Birth in Buckingham
By Natalie Lennard
Located in Gilroy, CA
, attended by midwife Helen Rowe and ob-gyn John Harold Peel. The last of Queen Elizabeth II’s children, it
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2010s Contemporary Color Photography

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Satin Paper, Digital

Royal Blood- Framed Photograph of Queen Elizabeth at Home Birth in Buckingham
By Natalie Lennard
Located in Gilroy, CA
, attended by midwife Helen Rowe and ob-gyn John Harold Peel. The last of Queen Elizabeth II’s children, it
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2010s Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Satin Paper, Digital

Royal Blood- Staged Photograph of Queen Elizabeth at Home Birth in Buckingham
By Natalie Lennard
Located in Gilroy, CA
, attended by midwife Helen Rowe and ob-gyn John Harold Peel. The last of Queen Elizabeth II’s children, it
Category

2010s Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Satin Paper, Digital

Royal Blood- Staged Photograph of Queen Elizabeth at Home Birth in Buckingham
By Natalie Lennard
Located in Gilroy, CA
, attended by midwife Helen Rowe and ob-gyn John Harold Peel. The last of Queen Elizabeth II’s children, it
Category

2010s Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Satin Paper, Digital

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Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles - Vintage Photograph - 1961
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles is a vintage photograph, an original black and white photograph
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1960s Modern Figurative Photography

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Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles - Vintage Photograph - 1961
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H 6.3 in. W 4.73 in. D 0.04 in.
Queen Elizabeth II - Vintage Photograph - 1960s
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth II - Vintage Photograph is a vintage black and white photograph. Good conditions.
Category

1960s Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth II - Vintage Photograph - 1960s
2 bids
H 7.09 in. W 5.12 in. D 0.08 in.
Queen Elizabeth II - Press Photograph - 1950s
By Press Photo
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth II - Press Photograph is a copy photograph which could be three generations
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1950s Modern Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper

Queen Elizabeth with Infant Prince Charles - Vintage Photograph
Located in Roma, IT
Queen Elizabeth with infant Prince Charles is a vintageblack and white photograph realized by
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Mid-20th Century Modern Figurative Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper

Royal Blood- Staged Photograph of Queen Elizabeth at Home Birth in Buckingham
By Natalie Lennard
Located in Gilroy, CA
, attended by midwife Helen Rowe and ob-gyn John Harold Peel. The last of Queen Elizabeth II’s children, it
Category

2010s Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Satin Paper, Digital

Queen Elizabeth's Visit to America, New York 1950s, Gelatin Silver Photograph
By Burt Glinn
Located in New york, NY
-white photograph Burt Glinn captures Queen Elizabeth II as a young elegant member of the British royal
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1950s Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Queen Elizabeth Photograph For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate queen elizabeth photograph for your needs in our varied inventory. In our selection of items, you can find Contemporary examples as well as a Modern version. If you’re looking for a queen elizabeth photograph from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 20th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 21st Century. If you’re looking to add a queen elizabeth photograph to create new energy in an otherwise neutral space in your home, you can find a work on 1stDibs that features elements of black, gray and more. A queen elizabeth photograph from Natalie Lennard and Burt Glinn — each of whom created distinctive versions of this kind of work — is worth considering. These artworks were handmade with extraordinary care, with artists most often working in paper, photographic paper and digital print. A large queen elizabeth photograph can prove too dominant for some spaces — a smaller queen elizabeth photograph, measuring 5.12 high and 4.73 wide, may better suit your needs.

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The average selling price for a queen elizabeth photograph we offer is $462, while they’re typically $266 on the low end and $5,000 for the highest priced.

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