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Qeiireign1990s Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 68 pictures in our Qeiireign1990s collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Royalty - Margaret Thatcher 70th Birthday - Claridges, London Featured Print

Royalty - Margaret Thatcher 70th Birthday - Claridges, London

Baroness Thatcher curtsies to the Queen on her arrival at Claridge's in London for a glittering dinner last night (Monday) to celebrate the former Prime Minister's 70th birthday Baroness Thatcher greeted the Queen warmly, laying to rest past speculation that the two women did not get on with each other. See PA Story ROYAL Thatcher. Photo by David Cheskin/PA 07/03/98: The traditional curtsey could soon disappear, in a round of reforms to further modernise the monarchy, announced today (Saturday). The proposals include restricting the style His or Her Royal Highness to senior royals; confirming that bowing and curtseying to royals is not compulsory; and finally closing the door on palace grace-and-favour accommodation. See PA Story ROYAL Reform. Photo by David Cheskin/PA


Order of Merit Luncheon Featured Print

Order of Merit Luncheon

Some of the 20th century's most distinguished performers, scientists, artists and politicians were the Queen's guests at Windsor Castle for an Order of Merit lunch. Standing: Sir John Gielgud, Lord Jenkins, Sir Michael Atiyah, Dr Max Perutz, Lord Menuhin, Dame Joan Sutherland, Lord Porter, Sir Aaron Klug, Sir Edward Ford (Secretary). Seated: Mr Frederick Sanger, Baroness Thatcher, Professor Owen Chadwick, Sir George Edwards, Prince Philip (Senior OM), The Queen, Sir Isaiah Berlin, Sir Andrew Huxley, Dame Cicely Saunders, Sir Ernst Gombrich.


Queen and tea Featured Print

Queen and tea

The Queen joined Mrs. Susan McCarron (front left), her ten year-old son James and Housing Manager Liz McGuinnis for tea in their home in the Castlemilk area of Glasgow. 12/4/04: The latest edition of the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide to Great Britain says that afternoon tea remains a tradition "enacted daily" in British homes and advises visitors this summer to "leave room for a slice of fruit cake or jam sponge".