Princess Beatrice's dining room

Princess Beatrice's dining room

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Image Description

Location Carisbrooke Castle
Town Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight
Technique/ material Photograph
Original size (mm) 219 x 305
Artist/maker unknown
Date 1913 to 1940
Description A black and white photograph of Princess Beatrice's dining room at Carisbrooke Castle which she used as a summer residence between 1913 and 1940. The room is now part of Carisbrooke Castle Museum, viewed as King Charles I's bedroom (who stayed in the room between November 1647 and September 1648).
Ref number NETCC:P.1986.897
Credit © Carisbrooke Castle Museum