Fine etching. Plate 309 x 375mm. 12¼ x 14¾". Vertical fold down the centre. Some small nicks and tears.
The arrival of William of Orange in London; large crowds and cannon fire marks his arrival. London and the Thames can be seen in the background. William III (1650-1702) was a dutch Royal who won English, Scottish and Irish crowns following the Glorious Revolution. He ruled jointly with his wife, Mary II, and were always referred to during their joint reign as "William and Mary". A rare image.
See BM: 1912,1025.1.
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