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Royalty Digest Quarterly

Royalty Digest Quarterly is published by Rosvall Royal Books as a successor to
Royalty Digest - A  Journal of Record, published 1991-2005 by Piccadilly Rare Books.
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Subscription: Royalty Digest Quarterly

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Artnr: Subscribe to ROYALTY DIGEST QUARTERLY and get every issue as soon as they are published - in March, June, September and December.

Every issue has 64 pages - large format - and over 100 illustrations - many rare and never before published. Interesting articles, book reviews, genealogies and news.

Subscriptions (2021) are SEK 520 per year.
520SEK
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4/2020

4/2020

Artnr: Read about Queen Adelaide and her lost children and Prince Alexandru Cuza of Romania. The album this time is SCHWARZBURG-SONDERSHAUSEN, a forgotten tiny principalities in Thuringia. "The Vladimirovich Visits in Spain" speaks for itself as does "On Princess Alice's first Ball". There is also a new section called "Books in my Library" with presentations of little known royal books, not in English.
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3/2020

3/2020

Artnr: The Two Sicilies is the family album this tiime - a very large dynasty notoriously linked to Spain, France and Brazil. Other articles include "A Princess in the White House" (Crown Princess Märtha of Norway) "The Marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge" (1818) and "The Bonapartes of Grimsby".
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2/2020

2/2020

Artnr: SPAIN II is the family album in this issue, starting with Isabella II and ending with Felipe VI. The Carlist branch is also included. Also: "The Leuchtenberg Jewels in Sweden" - the story of some of the world's most marvelous tiaras and other precious gems. "Imperial Bride in Vienna" deals with the marriage of Franz Joseph and Elisabeth in 1854, and there is also the third and last part of "The Six Stunning Infantas. The Little-Known Royal this time is Princess Maria of Italy. The www section is unusually large with many Royal deaths, some because of the Pandemic ...
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1/2020

1/2020

Artnr: SPAIN is the family album in this issue, from way back and up to and including King Fernando VII. Isabella II and on will be in RDQ 2/2020. Also: The Iturbides - a forgotten dynasty, Mrs Louisa Louis - a friend to Queen Victoria and before her to Princess Charlotte; "Dear Lottie" - The Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg and President Roosevelt; The Duke of Sussex and his two wives; Princess Eudoxia of Bulgaria and much more.
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4/2019

4/2019

Artnr: Remember a certain NAPOLÉON BONAPARTE - this time the Royal Family Album is dedicated to him and his family and their royal, sometimes forced, connections - as always presented by Charlotte Zeepvat. "The Other Mrs Simpson" - who was she? Marlene Eilers Koenig writes about the first wife of David Mountbatten, Marquess of Milford Haven. Empress Elisabet of Austria felt safe in Geneva - she shouldn't have! Elizabeth Jane Timms tells that sad story. The 5th and last part of the German abdications of 1918 is also in this issue as well as the continuation of the the Eulenburg memoirs. "The Six Stunning Infantas" is a new series, created by Datiu Salvia Ocana and finally there is another Little Known Royal in the form of Prince Gustav of Denmark - Coryne Hall writes.
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3/2019

3/2019

Artnr: Charlotte Zeepvat treats us to a BOURBON-ORLEANS family album with 108 illustrations and 6 pedigrees. Marlene Eilers Koenig writes about The Wedding of King Peter II and Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark and Elizabeth jane Timms about little Princess Maximiliane of Bavaria (1810-1821). "Mrs Ronald Greville" was a wealthy British socialite and jewelry collector - and close to the Royal Family. Her life story is told by Coryne Hall, who also writes about the Little-known Prince Alexander of the Netherland. A new contributor to the magazine is Douglas Scott Brooke who gives us the memoirs of Prince Philipp zu Eulenburg, a close friend to the Kaiser and other Royals of the time.
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2/2019

2/2019

Artnr: FRANCE is the topic of Charlotte Zeepvat's family album in this and in two more issues; BOURBON (the old Royal Family of France) now, with ORLEANS and BONAPARTE to follow. Charlotte has outdone herself finding 100 old portraiits and photographs to share with us. She has also written another "Nannie article" called "Dearest Millie" featuring an English nurse working for Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (Wladimir) and others. Stefan Haderer writes about the BALTAZZI family and its conenctions, sometimes fatal, to the Habsburgs while Bearn Bilker writes a biography of Princess Woizlawa-Feodora Reuss, née Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1918-2019).
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1/2019

1/2019

Artnr: HANOVER is the family being presented by Charlotte Zeepvat as usual, and not only the dynasty that started with Ernst August, the Duke of Cumberland, in 1837 - but all the way back to the late 16th century and the Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg. The genealogy - six pages in all - takes us to and through the House of Hanover in England as well. Marlene Eilers-Koenig joins the effort with an article about CUMBERLAND - The three princesses - dealing mostly with Marie-Louise, Alexandra and Olga of Hanover and their lives in Baden and Schwerin etc. Stefan Haderer continues his article on the ACHILLEION on Corfu - and its second Imperial owner, Kaiser Wilhelm II. Bearn Bilker also continues on an article that was started in the previous issue: ABDICATIONS, this time dealing with Saxe-Weimar, Hessen and by Rhine, Württemberg, Saxony, Mecklenburg and Waldeck. The Little-Known royal this time is Prince Erik of Sweden (1889-1918) And much more ....
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4/2018

4/2018

Artnr: The Family Album in RDQ 4/2018 is MONTENEGRO - the very special Balkan dynasty which exported Princesses in many directions. Marlene A. Eilers Koenig writes about Nonnie (Nancy) from the US who became Princess Anastasia of Greece. Charlotte Zeepvat presents an anonymous correspondence with a surprise royal twist, and Ove Mogensen describes more Bonaparte graves. Also, Bearn Bilker starts his series on the November 1918 abdications in Germany.
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3/2018

3/2018

Artnr: ROYALTY DIGEST Quarterly 2/2018 presents one of the smallest sovereign units in the old German Empire: The Principality REUSS-GREIZ - or REUSS - older branch. Small as it was, it did provide Germany with one Empress and one Grand-Duchess. Charlotte Zeepvat is, as usual the creator behind this album, and she has also written an article about a Brittish governess to the Kasier's children. Marlene Eilers writes about Crown princess Jutta of Montenegro. Also, four more interesting articles on the subject of European Royalty.
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2/2018

2/2018

Artnr: ROYALTY DIGEST Quarterly 2/2018 presents the Ducal family of PARMA in 100 pictures and 4 family trees. It is a large family with lots of connections. Marlene A Eilers Koenig writes about DUCHERSS MARIE OF MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ whereas Coryne Hall tells the story of MISS WHITE AND THE PALEY FAMILY - "Caught in Revoluton". Alberto Penna Rddrigues' article focuses on two sets of siblings and the marriages between them, orchestrated by their respective mothers: The Two Sicilies and Spain. The mini-biography this time deals with Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark.
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1/2018

1/2018

Artnr: ROYALTY DIGEST Quarterly 1/2018 has two articles on the Royal House of Norway: Charlotte Zeepvat's Family Album and Trond Norén Isaksen's essay on the Viceroys of that nation. Marlene A Eilers Koenig is back with an article in Favour of Grand Duke Kirill, while Elizabth Jane Timms writes about Princess Alix of Hesse's Visit to Harrogate. Datiu Salvia y Ocaña portrays the Ifanta Beatriz, daughter of King Alfonso XIII and Queen Ena and Princess Dagmar (Jr) of Denmark is the Little-Known Royal in this issue. Finally, the series of Romanian Royal Letters is brought to its end.
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4/2017

4/2017

Artnr: ROYALTY DIGEST Quarterly 4/2017 brings Charlotte Zeepvat's Danish Royal family album up to date with two pedigrees and 94 images. Also, read about The Last Kohary - The life of Prince Philipp Josias of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and about Susan Symon's favourite German Palaces (Schlösser) and about Princess Thyra (the younger) of Denmark. Finally, enjoy more Royal Romanian Letters and a review of Ed Hanson's "The Wandering Princess".
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3/2017

3/2017

Artnr: Parents-in-law of Europe In the new issue of Royalty Digest Quarterly (3/2017), Charlotte Zeepvat has outdone herself in regards to the Family Album, which this time covers the family and descendants of King Christian IX and Queen Louise of Denmark. In over 100 amazing photographs, many rarely seen before, we get to know the Danish and British Royal families as well as the Romanovs, the Greeks and the Hanoverians. Also: The Coronations of Scandinavia, A very special Birth at Darmstadt, Princess Katherine of Greece and many more Romanian letters.
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2/2017

2/2017

Artnr: Our 46th issue deals with the Kingdom of Denmark in three different articles: A FAMILY ALBUM by Charlotte Zeepvat with 86 illustrations, and A KING FOR DENMARK by the same author, dealing with the complicated matter of whom select as heir to the Danish throne after Frederik VII. The third articler, written by Ted Rosvall, deals with a Danish Royal Legend: Jomfru Fanny - an alleged daughter of King Christian VIII and his first wife, Charlotte Frederikke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Princess Maud of Fife is the "Little-Known Royal" in this issue - presented by Coryne Hall.
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1/2017

1/2017

Artnr: In our 45th issue BULGARIA is the family album with 79 illustration, dealing with the Battenberg and Coburg dynasties both. Charlotte Zeepvat writes about the Duke of Abruzzi, an Italian Prince, while Marlene Eilers Koenig tells the story of Prince Edward of Saxe-Weimar and Lady Augusta Gordon-Lennox. The Princely House of Monaco, especially during the days of Prince Albert I, is described by Michael Nash, and there is also a new section called; LITTLE-KNOWN ROYALS, opening with prince Harald of Denmark, a mini-biography by Coryne Hall.
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4/2016

4/2016

Artnr: Our 44th issue deals with both recent and ancient events: The Albanian Royal Wedding was covered by well-known Royal expert Netty Leistra, whereas likewise knowledgeable Marleine Eilers writes about Three Royal Weddings in 1896. Charlotte Zeepvat concludes her Family Album on the British Royal family with a 4th chapter, covering the Houses of Saxe-Coburg and Windsor in 100 pictures. Coryne Hall writes about Prince Andrei Alexandrovich of Russia and his ventures into Country Club affairs. The Half a Century of Royal Letters continues with a 2nd chapter, covering the years 1913-1917.
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3/2016

3/2016

Artnr: This is the 43rd issue of RDQ issue - number 3/2016: From the contents: * Mariana Vitória and the Royal Weddings in Portugal by Alberto Penna Rodrigues * My dearest Patsy - A nurse and her royal patients by Charlotte Zeepvat [Part II] * The Royal House of Great Britain III - Queen Victoria and her family by Charlotte Zeepvat * Anne of Romania 1923-2016 by Diana Mandache * Half a century of Royal Letters - collected by John Wimbles, compiled and edited by David Horbury. A unique illustrated correspondence ... As for the "Album", Charlotte Zeepvat has this time outdone herself, giving us no less than 108 fantastic photos, maybe 25% of them never before published, of the old Queen and her descendants. The Royal letters are written by Grand Dukes and Grand Duchesses, Queens and Princesses. Fascinating reading!
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2/2016

2/2016

Artnr: In this the 42nd issue of RDQ Trond Norén Isaksen writes about the Swedish Royal Dukedoms, Helen Rappaport about Mister Heath, tutor to the Tsar, and Charlotte Zeepvat about Patsy, a royal nurse. The Royal album this time is the House of Hanover in England - with around 80 fine illustrations.
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1/2016

1/2016

Artnr: In this issue, Charlotte Zeepvat starts her trilogy of Family Albums covering the Royal Families of Great Britain. The houses of TUDOR and STUART come first, with 2 pedigrees and 95 illustrations, many of them rarely seen before. Also, read Marlene Eilers Koenig's very thorough article about the Royal Marriage act and how it affected various descendants of King George III. Coryne Hall writes about MALMAISON and the Empress Joséphine, whereas Lucas Szkopinski presents a very naughty Infante of Spain.
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4/2015

4/2015

Artnr: Time for a major still reigning Royal family to be the object of Charlotte Zeepvat's now famous Family album series; The Netherlands - with 96 glorious illustrations and four most fascinating pedigrees, showing how almost every Royal familys descends from the House of Orange. Also, read Claudia Witte's article on the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves with unique illystrations; learn about The Herzog-Max-Palais in Muncih - written by Elizabeth Jane Timms; and about the extraordinary life of Princess Louise of Belgium.
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3/2015

3/2015

Artnr: SERBIA and YUGOSLAVIA is the Family Album of this issue, featuring the Obrenovic and Karadjordje dynasties both. Unique illustrations.

Other articles include one by Coryne Hall on Princess Beatrice and the Isle of Wight, and one on The Jewels of Portugal by Michael Nash. Also, "A Highly Unusual Affair" - Th intimate relationship between Emperor Franz Joseph and actress Katharina Schratt by Stefan Haderer.
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2/2015

2/2015

Artnr: ITALY is the family album in this issue with 106 illustrations and 3 large pedigrees.

Other articles include a biography of "The Shepherdess Queen" - Elena of Montenegro and the sequal to Charlotte Zeepvat's article on Princess Helena Victoria. Richard Thornton writes about the Tecks in Florence and Elizabeth Jane Timms on Schloss Kranichstein in Germany.
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1/2015

1/2015

Artnr: GREECE is the family album as RDQ begins its 10th year of publication. This album has 119 beautiful pictures, interesting text and a detailed genealogy.

Other articles include two short biographies of Queen Eleonore of Bulgaria and of Princess Helena Victoria. Incestuous marriages within the Royal Families of Europe is a somewhat discomforting yet true article of a very Royal problem . and finally there is an account of the wedding of King Zog of Albaniam as told by someone that was present.
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