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Old 05-10-2015, 02:39 AM
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Photos from 1995
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Princess Sibylla at the Nobel banquet in 1954
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Princess Sibylla in 1956
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Old 08-08-2015, 03:07 PM
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While we are waiting for the Nobel festivities this week, Svensk Damtidning has a photo gallery with big photos from Nobel festivities a long time ago.
Från bildarkivet – så firade Hagasessorna Nobel _ Svensk Damtidning
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While we are waiting for the Nobel festivities this week, Svensk Damtidning has a photo gallery with big photos from Nobel festivities a long time ago.
Från bildarkivet – så firade Hagasessorna Nobel _ Svensk Damtidning
Pic 9 is a great pic of Princess Chrstina wearing the ametyhst necklace (which is now on a freame to wear as tiara) in it's original version. Think that is the best pic from it worn as necklace i have seen so far.
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Old 12-08-2015, 12:48 PM
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Princess Benedikte attended the Nobel Awards in 2002. Was there a Danish laureate that year?
Princess Benedikte of Denmark in Stockholm, Sweden on December 10,... Pictures | Getty Images
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Old 11-10-2016, 04:42 PM
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From Expressen kungligt Instagram, photos by Stella Pictures. A month to Nobel festivities, Victoria in 1995
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Princess Désirée at the King's dinner for the Nobel Laureates in 1980, when queen Silvia was sick and princess Désirée attended instead of her.
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King Carl Gustaf, queen Silvia, prince Bertil and princess Lilian in 1981
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King Carl Gustaf and queen Silvia arriving to the King's dinner for the Nobel Laureates, 11th December 1977.
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King Carl Gustaf and queen Silvia arriving to the King's dinner for the Nobel Laureates, 11th Decmber 1979.
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Old 08-22-2018, 11:39 AM
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From 1953 princess Sibylla, princess Ingeborg and Mary Soames, Churchills's daughter
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From 1971 princess Sibylla and professor Ulf von Euler. Princess Sibylla's last Nobel.
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The king and queen at the private nobel Prize dinner in 1976:

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The king and queen at the private nobel Prize dinner in 1978:

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The king and queen at the private nobel Prize dinner in 1981:

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Old 07-25-2019, 11:22 AM
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Princess Sibylla and princess Christina with Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Laureate in Physics in 1969. He died in May this year.
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Toni Morrison, the Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature in 1993 died yesterday. Here is a photo of king Carl Gustaf giving the Prize to Toni Morrison.
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Old 02-02-2020, 04:13 AM
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Princess Désirée with Nobel Prize Laureate Tsung Dao Lee in 1957.
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Princess Margaretha with british Nobel Prize Laureate Frederick Sanger at the Nobel banquet in 1958, and behind Margaretha princess Birgitta.
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Princess Margaretha and princess Désirée arrive to the Nobel Banquet with Nobel Prize Laureates Severo Ochoa and Arthur Kornberg in 1959.
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Princess Désirée with Nobel Prize Laureate Rudolf Mössbauer in 1961.
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Old 03-06-2020, 09:38 PM
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The King and Queen at a private Nobel Prize dinner in 1982:

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Old 05-22-2020, 01:33 PM
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Nationalmuseum will open again Tuesday June 16
Due to the situation with the new coronavirus Nationalmuseum has been temporarily closed. Starting Tuesday June 16, the museum will be open again to visitors.

Pär Engsheden and Sara Danius’s Nobel Gowns (up until February 21, 2021)
Pär Engsheden is one of Sweden's foremost couture designers. Between 2015 and 2018 he created four notable dresses for Sara Danius, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy. The design process involved an unusually close collaboration between the couturier and the wearer of his creations. Their conversations about fashion, philosophy and literature spanned dinners, trips, letters and text messages, as well as countless fittings. With Danius as his muse, Engsheden created four unique dresses that each tell an individual story.
The exhibition is produced in close collaboration with Pär Engsheden and Sara Danius and her family. It is based on Pär Engsheden's artistic research and is a collaboration with Beckmans College of Design, which will also jointly publish a book about the research in connection with a seminar to be held during the exhibition period. The exhibition has been made possible by the generous support of Nationalmusei Vänner.
Thanks to the especially kind donation by Sara and Leo Danius of the gowns, with the support of the Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation, the garments are included in Nationalmuseum's collections. Carl Bengtsson's photographs of Sara Danius wearing the gowns are also part of the museum collections, thanks to his generous donation.
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Sara Danius at the Nobel Prize ceremonies with the gowns
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Old 06-03-2020, 01:08 AM
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The Queen jokes with 11-month-old Hidde Tonegawa, son of the Nobel Laureate in medicine, Susumu Tonegawa who keeps the child in her arms. To the Right of the Queen Carl XVI Gustaf, and Lars Gyllensten, writer and chairman of the Nobel Foundation, with his back to the camera Mayumi Tonegawa, wife of the medicine prize recipient.
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- The pandemic is basically a major crisis for humanity, but it also shows how important science is, says Lars Heikensten, the outgoing CEO of the Nobel Foundation, to DN.
This is the fourth time the banquet has been canceled in peacetime since the prize was established in 1901.
- There are two problems. You can not gather so many people crowded next to each other. And it is uncertain whether people can travel to Sweden to the extent they want, he tells the newspaper.
The winners will be announced as usual in October, but it is not yet clear how the prize ceremony will take place.
- It is a bit unclear how we do with it. Exactly as usual, that everyone is sitting in the Concert Hall, it probably will not be. But it may be that some prize winners come to Stockholm and some stay in their home country, and that we connect them digitally in some way, says Lars Heikensten to DN.
However, the foundation is planning a type of televised celebration for the winners and the Nobel Prize Museum will open an exhibition during the first week of Nobel Week in December, according to DN.
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The Nobel banquet for 2020 has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic says Lars Heikensten, CEO of the Nobel foundation, to DN today. The prizes will be announced as usual in October but handed out at a later date.
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Old 08-01-2020, 09:32 PM
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A video from the 1973 Nobel Prizes:

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Old 08-07-2020, 04:19 PM
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Queen Silvia with her parents at the Nobel Prize festivities, 10th December 1981.
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The Sommerlaths
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The Sommerlaths at the King's Dinner for the Nobel Laureates, 11th December 1981
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Alice Sommerlath at the Nobel Banquet, 10th December 1985.
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Photos from 2001. We see also countess Sonja Bernadotte, and countess Bettina Bernadotte dancing.
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Old 09-26-2020, 02:27 AM
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This year’s Nobel Prizes are soon revealed and the celebrations will adopt new formats
The first week of October is coming closer, when this year's Nobel Prizes, and the achievements that have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind, will be announced. On 5-12 October, the prize awarding institutions will make their announcements and the press conferences can be followed via the Nobel Prize's official digital channels. The ongoing global pandemic means that the celebrations in Stockholm and Oslo in December will adopt new formats with more digital elements.
A different Nobel Prize week in December: the Nobel Prize pays a visit around the world
The current circumstances with the ongoing pandemic means that this is a unique year in the history of the Nobel Prize as the idea is that medals and diplomas are handed over to the laureates safely in their home countries, most likely with the help of embassies or the laureates' universities. The traditional ceremony in the Concert Hall will instead be a digital Nobel Prize award ceremony that will be held from the City Hall in Stockholm, where the awarding of this year's prizes will be woven together with features from different parts of the world. Only a small audience will be able to attend. The Nobel Banquet will not take place but will be accessible in a new way when the Nobel Prize Museum opens the first mayor exhibiton about the banquet.
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Unclear about the king's role when the Nobel Prize goes digital
This year's Nobel will look completely different, due to the pandemic. But what role does the king really play, now that everything is going digital?
Recently, the news came that the entire Nobel Prize ceremony in the Concert Hall will be canceled. The Nobel laureates - who will be announced between 5 and 12 October - will receive medals and diplomas in secure forms in their respective home countries, probably with the help of embassies or the laureates' universities. All that remains is a TV broadcast from a studio in Stockholm City Hall, in front of a very small audience. A unique year in the history of the Nobel Prize.
But what will the king's role look like? It is he who, by tradition, awards the Nobel Prize in the Concert Hall in Stockholm on Nobel Day, December 10?
Yes, that question has no answer yet. Or rather: No decision has been made.
- It is too early to say anything about this. I can confirm that we have a dialogue with the Nobel Foundation. Planning is underway and when we together have it ready, we will go out with information, says Margareta Thorgren to Svensk Damtidning.
Oklart om kungens roll när Nobelpriset blir digitalt _ Svensk Dam
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Old 12-10-2020, 11:21 AM
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The royal court published these photos at its Facebook
From 1901
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From 1929
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From 1938
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From 1957
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From 1974
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From 1976
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It is one of queen Silvia's, and also Victoria's, most iconic and acclaimed Nobel creations, specially sewn in the mid-1990s at the fashion house Nina Ricci in Paris.
Queen Silvia wore it to the Nobel party in 1995, and two years ago Victoria made the most glamorous retro success imaginable when she arrived to the Nobel ceremony in the same magnificent dress.
Now this dress is back: It celebrates its 25th anniversary in the best place in the new exhibition "Nobelfesten – festernas fest" at the Nobel Museum in the Old Town in Stockholm, with the King's white tie. Right now the Museum is closed due to the pandemic.
Kronprinsessan Victorias Nobelklänning_ Den sorgliga sanningen _*Svensk Dam
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