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Diana, Princess of Wales (Paper Doll) : the Charity Auction Dresses by Tom Tierney
Elizabeth the Queen Mother : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Great Empresses and Queens : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney
Louis XIV and His Court : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Marie Antoinette : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Mary Queen of Scots : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Queen Elizabeth I : Paper Doll by Tom Tierney
Royal Family of Great Britain : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Royal Weddings : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Ferdinand and Isabella : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierneym: Oct 19, 1469
Henry VIII and His Wives : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyCatherine of Aragon m:1509 / Anne Boleyn m:1533 / Jane Seymour m:1536 / Anne of Cleaves m:1540 / Catherine Howard m:1540 / Catherine Parr m:1543
Napoleon and Josephine : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierneym: Mar 09, 1796
Victoria and Albert : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierneym: Feb 10, 1840
Empress Elizabeth of Austria and Emperor Franz Joseph : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierneym: Apr 24, 1854
Nicholas and Alexandra : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierneym: Nov 26, 1894
Duke and Duchess of Windsor : Fashion Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierneym: Jun 03, 1937
Princess Diana and Prince Charles : Fashion Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierneym: Jul 29, 1981
William and Kate : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierneym: Apr 29, 2011

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