London, Published by T. McLean, 26, Haymarket, Nov:21, 1829.
Coloured lithograph. 285 x 425mm (11¼ x 16¾"). Crease.
Satire on the Duke of Cumberland's declining influence. George IV, holding a satirical print (from a folio of 'McLean's Caricatures', naturally) points out to Cumberland that 'the Caricaturists have cut off your Mustaches'. Watching the interview from the right are two elegant young men, Lord Mount Charles and Lord Strathavon, who wears top-boots and leans on his brother-in-law's shoulder.
BM Satires: 15915.
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