“Ceremonial Officer Uniform of Her Majesty Empress Maria Fyodorovna’s Cavalry Guards Regiment (cuirass once belonged to Nicholas II)” Imperial Russia, 1900s. Material: tombac, steel, chamois, cloth, woolen cord, leather [1449×1920]

“Ceremonial Officer Uniform of Her Majesty Empress Maria Fyodorovna’s Cavalry Guards Regiment (cuirass once belonged to Nicholas II)” Imperial Russia, 1900s. Material: tombac, steel, chamois, cloth, woolen cord, leather [1449×1920]

Embroidered piece of cloth showing an astrologer predicting the birth of a child in front of Charles I of England and his queen, Henrietta Maria of France, c. 1621-1650. [3892×2832]

Embroidered piece of cloth showing an astrologer predicting the birth of a child in front of Charles I of England and his queen, Henrietta Maria of France, c. 1621-1650. [3892×2832]

Maria Izilda de Castro Ribeiro (Lanhoso, Póvoa de Lanhoso, June 17, 1897 – Guimarães, May 24, 1911), better known as the Izildinha Girl, the Angel of the Lord, was a girl to whom miracles and cures were attributed, even after death. São Paulo – Brazil

Maria Izilda de Castro Ribeiro (Lanhoso, Póvoa de Lanhoso, June 17, 1897 – Guimarães, May 24, 1911), better known as the Izildinha Girl, the Angel of the Lord, was a girl to whom miracles and cures were attributed, even after… Continue Reading