The King In His Royal Robes wearing a Cap of Estate His Majesty's Train borne by Eight eldest Sons of Peers assisted by the Master of the Robes.19.th July 1821.
London, Published as the Act Directs 24.th April 1826, by Sir George Nayler Garter.
Hand-coloured aquatint and engraving. 412 x 565mm. 16¼ x 22¼. Some toning around the edges. Cut inside platemark.
King George IV in his royal robes, assisted by the sons of Peers and the Master of the Robes, Lord Francis Conyngham (1797-1876). From Sir G. Nayler's "The Coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty King George the Fourth, solemnized in the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter Westminster upon the Nineteenth Day of July MDCCCXXI."
See Abbey Scenery: 260.34.
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