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[Triumphal Arch erected for William III in the Hague]
[Triumphal Arch erected for William III in the Hague] Arc de Triomphe dans l'Avant Cour, erige pour sa Majesté Britannique, 1691 [parallel text in Dutch]
J. V. D. Avele fec.
Apud Carolum Allard cum Priv. ord. Holl et Westvrisiae.
Etching, 17th century watermark; sheet 250 x 295mm (9¾ x 11½"). Tipped into album sheet; central fold. Trimmed to border.
Huge triumphal arch erected in the Hague on the occasion of William III's visit in 1691 (the first time he had returned to the Netherlands since being crowned king of England, Scotland and Ireland in 1688). The arch was one of a series which channelled the procession towards the town hall. Plate from a Dutch publication comprising twenty plates depicting key episodes from the Glorious Revolution.
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