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Princess Carlota Joaquina (1775-1830), painted by Torni - National Museum of Soares dos Reis

Queen Maria I of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves - died in Rio de Janeiro 1816

Queen Maria I of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves - died in Rio de Janeiro 1816

Infanta Maria Francisca Doroteia de Bragança (1739-1771) - Queluz National Palace

Infanta Maria Francisca Doroteia de Bragança (1739-1771) - Queluz National Palace

King João V (1689-1750), painted by Batoni - Ajuda National Palace

King João V (1689-1750), painted by Batoni - Ajuda National Palace

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Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen (c.1500–1559) Isabel de Portugal 17 x 12,7 cm. colecção particular vendido num leilão da Christie’s em 1999

Dona Carlota Joaquina Teresa Caetana de Bourbon e Bourbon, 10 years old,  future Queen of Portugal and Princess of Spain, Mariano Salvador Maella, 1785

Dona Carlota Joaquina Teresa Caetana de Bourbon e Bourbon, 10 years old, future Queen of Portugal and Princess of Spain, Mariano Salvador Maella, 1785

Carlota Joaquina of Spain, sister of Fernando VII and pretender to rule the Americas during the Peninsular War. The medalion sports a portrait of her husband, King Juan VI of Portugal.

Carlota Joaquina of Spain, sister of Fernando VII and pretender to rule the Americas during the Peninsular War. The medalion sports a portrait of her husband, King Juan VI of Portugal.

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Dona Carlota Joaquina e Dom João VI

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Princess Maria Francisca (future queen Maria I (1734-1816)), painted in 1739 by Francisco Pavona - Queluz National Palace

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