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The Royal Collection contains a significant body of work by women photographers

Queen Alexandra, consort of King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1844-1925)

Queen Alexandra's Trinket Box containing prints and negatives c. 1891

RCIN 2300010

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This box was used to carry the Princess of Wales' negatives and prints when they were sent to Brown-Westhead and Moore to decorate a tea service. The photographs and negatives were taken on an early Kodak camera model, resulting in the circular shape of the prints.