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Dress of Taffeta, Chiffon, & Mechanical-Lace Embroidery with Sequins. Paris, 1900-1902.

Dress of Taffeta, Chiffon, & Mechanical-Lace Embroidery with Sequins. Paris, 1900-1902.

Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1893-1895 The Metropolitan Museum...

Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1893-1895 The Metropolitan Museum...

~WOOL LACE MORNING GOWN, c. 1895 Blue flannel w/ chemical lace trim, pink silk sash~

~WOOL LACE MORNING GOWN, c. 1895 Blue flannel w/ chemical lace trim, pink silk sash~

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Two-piece dress (skirt and bodice), 1886. Silk crêpe de chine bodice with blue velvet trim. Skirt in ivory silk with blue velvet inlay. Abiti Antichi:

Two-piece dress (skirt and bodice), 1886. Silk crêpe de chine bodice with blue velvet trim. Skirt in ivory silk with blue velvet inlay. Abiti Antichi:

The (last) Imperial and Royal Family of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

The (last) Imperial and Royal Family of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Crown Prince Otto von Habsburg of Austria as a child

Crown Prince Otto von Habsburg of Austria as a child

Archduke Rudolf and Princess Stephanie of Belgium

Archduke Rudolf and Princess Stephanie of Belgium

Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria with his daughter, Princess Sophie of Hohenberg.

Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria with his daughter, Princess Sophie of Hohenberg.

Combined Photo of Crown Prince Rudolf (Rudolf  Franz Karl Josef) (1858-1889) Austria & his lover Baroness Marie “Mary” Alexandrine Vetsera (1871-1889) Austria by unknown photographer. Intially the deaths were ruled poison but In Jul 2015 Vetsera's letters of farewell to her mother & other family members were found in a safe deposit box in an Austrian bank. Written in Mayerling shortly before their deaths they state clearly that Mary was preparing to commit suicide with Rudolf out of "love".

Combined Photo of Crown Prince Rudolf (Rudolf Franz Karl Josef) (1858-1889) Austria & his lover Baroness Marie “Mary” Alexandrine Vetsera (1871-1889) Austria by unknown photographer. Intially the deaths were ruled poison but In Jul 2015 Vetsera's letters of farewell to her mother & other family members were found in a safe deposit box in an Austrian bank. Written in Mayerling shortly before their deaths they state clearly that Mary was preparing to commit suicide with Rudolf out of "love".