Isabella II


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Isabella II

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(Biography) 1830–1904, queen of Spain (1833–68), whose accession precipitated the first Carlist war (1833–39). She was deposed in a revolution
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Due to his business successes and charitable works, ML was conferred the title of marquis by Queen Isabella II in the 1860s.
The stamp was first adopted by the Philippine Islands in February 1854, with the first adhesive stamp printed in Manila featuring Queen Isabella II of Spain.
Spain had relative amicable relations with the United States, but was currently in a state of upheaval wherein a brace of warring factions were vying for control of the twelve -year old Queen Isabella II.
Imperiale earned Guerlain the prestigious title of being Her Majesty's Official Perfumer (France), which led him to create perfumes for Queen Victoria and Spain's Queen Isabella II among other royalty.
QUEEN OF SPAIN from the age of three, Isabella II abdicated after thirty-six years of more or less ceaseless turmoil, and spent almost half her life in exile in France, though she characteristically never learned to speak French properly.