The Triumphal Arch,Erected for the 30th. of August 1830, being the Day on which Their Majesties King William IV, & Queen Adelaide, Entered Brighton after their Accession to the Throne.
Printed & Published by W. Leppard, Brighton [n.d., c.1830].
Aquatint with etching, rare, sheet 310 x 255mm. 12¼ x 10". Lacking margins. A few closed tears to extremities.
A triumphal arch erected in Marlborough Place to celebrate the arrival of William IV and Queen Adelaide in Brighton. Fifty feet high and fifty wide, it was covered with foliage and flowers; at night it was illuminated by 4000 lamps.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 653.
[Ref: 27686] £240.00