Personal pictures of Royal life which were taken more than 100 years ago when King George VI was a young boy on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, have gone up for auction.
The photographs were taken by Prince Albert's tutor Kenneth Fry around 1912, the time of Albert's confirmation.
Among the photos up for auction include a number of letters and notes in later years between Kenneth Fry and members of the Royal Family.
Albert's brother Henry, the Duke of Gloucester, wrote to Kenneth Fry thanking him for his sympathy letter after the death of his youngest brother George, the Duke of Kent in a plane crash in 1942.
Prince Albert ascended to the throne on December 11th 1936 after his older brother Edward VIII abdicated to marry the American Wallis Simpson.
Henry died in 1974 at the age of 74, while George was killed in an air crash in Scotland in August 1942. He was 39-years old.
The photos and letters sold at auction for £2,000.