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Members of the Imperial family in exile in the Crimea: 1917. 

Members of the Imperial family in exile in the Crimea: 1917. 

Grand Duchess Anastasia in the Alexander Palace park under house arrest: 1917. 
My scan. 

Grand Duchess Anastasia in the Alexander Palace park under house arrest: 1917. 

My scan. 

Nicholas II, Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Olga, and Anastasia, Tsarevich Alexei and a local child in Tobolsk: 1917.

Nicholas II, Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Olga, and Anastasia, Tsarevich Alexei and a local child in Tobolsk: 1917.

Grand Duchess Olga: 1917.

Grand Duchess Olga: 1917.

Grand Duchesses Anastasia and Olga in the yard at Tobolsk: 1917.

Grand Duchesses Anastasia and Olga in the yard at Tobolsk: 1917.

The Imperial family in the yard at Tobolsk: 1917.

The Imperial family in the yard at Tobolsk: 1917.

Nicholas II and Grand Duchess Maria with two officers at the Alexander Palace.

Nicholas II and Grand Duchess Maria with two officers at the Alexander Palace.

Images from the jewel book of Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna, currently up for auction at Bonham’s. 

Most of these pieces were dismantled and melted down by the Bolsheviks when they were found in a hidden room in the Yussupov Palace.

The Grand Duchesses under house arrest in the Alexander Palace park: 1917.

The Grand Duchesses under house arrest in the Alexander Palace park: 1917.

Nicholas II and Grand Duchesses Olga and Maria with guards in the Alexander Palace park under house arrest: 1917.

Nicholas II and Grand Duchesses Olga and Maria with guards in the Alexander Palace park under house arrest: 1917.