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are reall excited to welcome you at with your fascinating with from this Sunday at
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
Join a tour of our exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace with John Wilson on 28 Jan
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 15
You'll need to speak to for help with that one. (We're Royal Collection Trust).
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Georgian Papers Programme Jan 15
the exotic status symbol of the era were highly prized & used in porcelain designs . In 1811 John Lister Kaye sent 2 pineapples of an 'extraordinary size' grown in Yorkshire, to hoping they would 'prove well flavour'd'!
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HRP_Conservators Jan 14
Did you know that some of our Alexander tapestries were historically pleated to fit the space? Conservation work revealed these amazingly preserved colours in the borders
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 14
in 1878, Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated the telephone for the first time to at , Isle of Wight. Queen Elizabeth II was presented with a medal commemorating the centenary of the Bell Telephone Service in 1976.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 14
We're recruiting! Find out how you can become part of our Retail, Ticket Sales and Visitor Services teams this summer at , or . Applications close 26 January 2020.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 14
Learn more about & its art and culture in our summer exhibition at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, opening on 12 June 2020.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 10
Explore a technique that was once considered the cornerstone of a Renaissance artist's education with our 4-day metalpoint drawing workshop. All levels of experience are welcome.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 8
Replying to @w_derham
This is Louis Bélanger's watercolour 'The Rebuilding of Carlton House' (c.1783). You can see it on the Royal Collection website here
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 8
Replying to @lovelytoast
Hello, thank you for your message. The best people to contact regarding this would be our archives team. You can contact them using this form on our website We hope this is helpful. Kind regards, RCT
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 7
Don't miss the unique opportunity to work somewhere truly different this summer. Find out how you can become part of our Retail, Ticket Sales and Visitor Services teams.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 6
Why not learn something new in 2020 with the help of our varied programme of workshops, courses and lectures?
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 2
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Hello, you can check our opening times on our website here
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RoyalCollectionTrust Dec 30
Replying to @Scarfie1
Hi , You may be interested in The Art of Carving on 28 January, a guided tour with Chapter Clerk, Charlotte Manley, taking place in the Garter stalls of St George's Chapel.
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Yale Books Dec 28
Banish those post-christmas blues and treat yourself to an evening of beautiful portraiture and fascinating discussion between Sir Roy Strong and Desmond Shawe-Taylor at in January 2020.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Dec 28
Join a tour of our exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace with John Wilson on 28 January 2020.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Dec 25
to all our followers. This is the Green Drawing Room at . Originally designed as a library, this room follows 's favourite plan of a long room with a bay window in the centre at one side.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Dec 23
Jane ’s ‘Emma’ was published in 1815. It was dedicated to the Prince Regent, later , whose elegantly bound presentation copy is in the Royal Collection. It is currently on display at The Queen’s Gallery, London, until 3 May 2020.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Dec 21
After their marriage in February 1840, and Prince Albert celebrated every one of their 20 Christmases together at . Come and see this year’s festive decorations.
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