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Choose from 8 pictures in our Christian Ix collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


King Christian IX of Denmark (1818-1906) and Prince Frederick (1868-1940), 1904 (1908).Artist: Queen Alexandra
King Christian IX of Denmark (1818-1906) and Prince Frederick (1868-1940), 1904 (1908).Artist: Queen Alexandra
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Christian IX (1818-1906), King of Denmark (1863-1906), engraving of L'Illustration, 1903
Christian IX (1818-1906), King of Denmark (1863-1906), engraving of L'Illustration, 1903
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King Christian IX of Denmark (1818-1906) with his grandsons, 1908Artist: Queen Alexandra
King Christian IX of Denmark (1818-1906) with his grandsons, 1908Artist: Queen Alexandra
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Testing the new repeating rifle, 1908.Artist: Queen Alexandra
Testing the new repeating rifle, 1908.Artist: Queen Alexandra
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King Christian IX (1818-1906) with Colonel Kjor of the Danish Hussars, 1908.Artist: Queen Alexandra
King Christian IX (1818-1906) with Colonel Kjor of the Danish Hussars, 1908.Artist: Queen Alexandra
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King Christian IX of Denmark, late 19th-early 20th century
King Christian IX of Denmark, late 19th-early 20th century
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Alexandra (1844-1925), Princess of Wales and members of her family
Alexandra (1844-1925), Princess of Wales and members of her family
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The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
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The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel Featured Image

The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel

The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Lord John Russell says: Better take it! Half a Loaf's better than no Bread, you know! In an effort to resolve the Schleswig-Holstein problem, Lord Russell, the Foreign Secretary, put forward a compromise solution which would have united northern Schleswig with Denmark, and given southern Schleswig and Holstein self-government under the Danish crown. This cartoon shows Lord Russell as the beadle offering the Danes half a loaf. Even though the Danes were on the verge of defeat, illustrated by the injured King, they decided to reject this compromise. From Punch, or the London Charivari, June 18, 1864

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