Fasciculus:Vajiravudh and Saovabha.jpg

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Vajiravudh_and_Saovabha.jpg(566 × 360 elementa imaginalia, magnitudo fasciculi: 89 chiliocteti, typus MIME: image/jpeg)

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Summarium

From left to right: Prince Asdang Dejavudh of Nakhon Ratchasima, King Vajiravudh, Prince Chakrabongse Bhuvanath of Phitsanulok, Queen Saovabha, Prince Prajadhipok of Sukhothai, and Prince Chudadhut Dharadilok of Petchaboon. The photograph was taken between 1893 (birth of Prajadhipok) and 1920 (death of Chakrabongse. Based on the apparent youth of Prajadhipok and Chudadhut, it was probably taken around 1900.

Thai copyright law states that a photograph becomes public domain 25 years after date of initial publication.

Thus, it seems reasonable to state that this photograph is in the public domain.

The image was taken from the Thai Wikipedia where it had the file name พระศรีพัชรินพระโอรส.jpg. The original uploader did not note the source.

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recentissima23:38, 7 Septembris 2006Minutum speculum redactionis 23:38, 7 Septembris 2006 factae566 × 360 (89 chiliocteti)Patiwat~commonswikiFrom left to right: Prince Asdang Dejavudh of Nakhon Ratchasima, King Vajiravudh, Prince Chakrabongse Bhuvanath of Phitsanulok, Queen Saovabha, Prince Prajadhipok of Sukhothai, and Prince Chudadhut Dharadilok of Petchaboon. The photog

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