Archiduc Rodolphe d'Autriche (1858-1889) Héritier du trône d'Autriche-Hongrie, fils de l'empereur Franz Joseph et de la duchesse Elisabeth en Bavière

Rudolf Franz Karl Josef, crown prince and only son of Sissi,

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Austrian Imperial Crown The Crown of Rudolf II, later Crown of the Austrian Empire (made by Jan Vermeyen in Prague in It is made of pure gold. Partially enameled and studded with diamonds, rubies, sapphires, pearls and cushioned with velvet.

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".

Mayerling Incident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Prince Rudolf & The Baroness Vetsera.

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Official engagement photo of Crown Prince Rudolf and Princess Stéphanie of Belgium, 1881

Image illustrative de l'article Rodolphe d'Autriche (1788-1831)

Image illustrative de l'article Rodolphe d'Autriche (1788-1831)

Photo by unknown photographer of  Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) (24 Dec 1837-10 Sep 1898) Bavaria.  Sissi was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I (18 Aug 1830-21 Nov 1916) Austria.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria wearing a polonaise dress This is an interesting photo showing Empress Elisabeth wearing a crinoline worn with a three-lobed polonaise over-skirt.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria's black court dress, by Fanni Scheiner, 1885, at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. See: http://bilddatenbank.khm.at/viewArtefact?id=500136

1885 Empress Elisabeth of Austria's black court dress, by Fanni Scheiner, at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.

Crown Princess Stéphanie of Austria, Stéphanie was a Belgian princess by birth, and then made Crown Princess of Austria through her marriage to the heir-apparent of the Habsburg dynasty, Archduke Rudolf. She was famously widowed in 1889 when Rudolf and his mistress, Mary Vetsera, were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide pact at the Imperial hunting lodge at Mayerling in the Vienna Woods.

Crown Princess Stephanie of Austria the wife of Crown Prince Rudolf f Austria She was famously widowed in 1889 when Rudolf and his mistress, Mary Vetsera, were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide.

Archduchess Elisabeth Marie of Austria-Hungary (“Erzsi”), daughter of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria. Also called “The Red Archduchess” due to the fact that she was part of the Austrian Social Democratic Party, (~1901).

Her Imperial and Royal Highness Princess Elisabeth Marie of Windisch-Graetz née Her Imperial and Royal Highness Archduchess Elisabeth Marie of Austria

Antique baby crib - Oh so creepy but beautiful, a true work of terrifying art. Why do I find this so creepy? well, this style is something I would expect to find in a coffin, not a child's crib!

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Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria's elaborate Victorian cradle, made by Franz Matthias Podany from mahogany, maple and bronze mounts, 1858

The Crown of Emperor Rudolph II - after 1804 the Austrian Imperial Crown

/melaras/tiaras-crowns/ 388 crowns "The Crown of Emperor Rudolph II - after 1804 the Austrian Imperial Crown

Eleanor Of Austria, Niece of Catherine of Aragon

"""Eleanore of Austria daughter of Philip of Austria and his wife Joanna of Castile. She was first married to Manuel I of Portugal and second to Francois I of France. She had 2 children,""" Close up of triptych painting

Archduchess Gisela with her dog.

Archduchess Gisela with her dog.

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