Downing Street has released photographs documenting Baroness Thatcher's time in office and showing her how her legacy lives on inside Number 10.
The collection includes an image of a huge, finely-crafted wooden globe given to Margaret Thatcher by former French president Francois Mitterrand during a visit to Britain. It now sits at the bottom of Number 10's Grand Staircase.
In one photograph Lady Thatcher is shown alongside the Queen and then-US President Ronald Reagan at a Buckingham Palace banquet in 1984.
She is also pictured during her time as Secretary of State for Education and Science in a group shot of one of former Prime Minister Edward Heath's cabinets.
Lady Thatcher made several improvements to the interior of Number 10 Downing Street, and appointed architect Quinlan Terry to renovate the state rooms.
One of the photographs shows her personal signature - a thatcher - hidden among gold leaf that was added to the Terracotta Room.
There is also a photograph one of the signed copies of Lady Thatcher's autobiographies, which she gave to the Downing Street library. They sit in the Cabinet Room's bookcase alongside other books presented by retiring ministers.