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Royal Luncheon to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Guildhall 12 June Coronation Year MDMLIII.
Royal Luncheon to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Guildhall 12 June Coronation Year MDMLIII. [Intro Page:] To Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. A Royal Luncheon given by The Corporation of the City of London at Guildhall Friday 12 June 1953 in Celebration of Her Majesty's Coronation.
Designed & Printed at the Baynard Press, London. [1953.]
Printed letterpress, facsimile and photo-lithograph; embossed front cover; 4 sheet, double-side 4to. 280 x 205mm. 11 x 8".
The programme for the Royal Luncheon held at the Guildhall on Friday 12th June 1953, following her coronation 10 days previously; including the speeches, the musical programme, menu, list of toasts to tbe made, a picture of the Guildhall before damage by enemy action in December 1940, and a list of the Sub-Committee members.
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[George the Third King of Great Britain &c &c.
[George the Third King of Great Britain &c &c. From the Original Picture in the Royal Academy.]
[Painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Engraved by Dickinson & Watson.]
[Publish'd April 25th 1781 by Watson & Dickson No. 158 New Bond Street.]
Rare mezzotint, proof before letters. 720 x 500mm (28¼ x 19¾"). Trimmed to plate mark, margins rebuilt but damaged, horizonal fold.
A large and impressive portrait of George III, seated on his coronation throne in Westminster Abbey, sceptre in hand.
CS 27..
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Choir of Westminster Abbey during the coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the IV, July 10 1821.
Choir of Westminster Abbey during the coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the IV, July 10 1821.
Painted by Frederick Nash. Engraved by Charles Turner.
London Published Jan.y 1 1822 by F. Nash, No 40 Mary Street, Fitzroy Square, Mess.rs Colnaghi & Co, Cockspur Street, Hurst & Robinson, Cheapside, & Moltano, Pall Mall.
Finely hand coloured etching. Sheet 535 x 410mm (21 x 16¼"), on card, as issued. Dusty.
A scarce and decorative view of the coronation ceremony with 12 numbers depicting the orders.
Whitman: 798; this state with key below not seen by Whitman.
[Ref: 55055]   £350.00  
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[Order of procession at the coronation of James II]
[Order of procession at the coronation of James II]
[J. Collins and N. Yeates, 1687]
Ten engravings, each sheet approx 445 x 490mm (17½ x 19¼") except one half-sheet. Vertical and horizontal folds.
The coronation procession of James II on 23 April 1685, over ten large sheets. Illustration to Francis Sandford, 'The history of the coronation of the Most High, Most Mighty, and Most Excellent Monarch, James II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. And of his royal consort, Queen Mary' (London, 1687). Sandford worked for two years with his fellow herald Gregory King to produce this record of the coronation rituals, which included twenty-seven lavish engravings of the sumptuous feasts, processions and fireworks in a style previously unseen in the British Isles. Unfortunately for Sandford, the book appeared shortly before the Glorious Revolution which saw James II flee the country, and the authors barely cleared their expenses.
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[Banquet for the Coronation of Joseph I.] Freÿ Taffel der M:D: dreÿ obern H.n. Ständten.
[Banquet for the Coronation of Joseph I.] Freÿ Taffel der M:D: dreÿ obern H.n. Ständten.
J.C. H.akhofer delin. C. Engelbrecht et J.A. Pfeffel fec.
[Vienna: Johann Jacob Kürner, 1705.]
Engraving with etching. 530 x 395mm (21 x 15½"). Framed. Centre fold as issued. Unexamined out of frame.
An elevated view of the food presented at a banquet celebrating the coronation of Joseph I in Vienna, 22nd September 1705. An impressive image of a feast scene. Engraved by Christian Engelbrecht and Johann Andreas Pfeffel after Johan Cyriak Hackhofer, plate VII of Ludwig von Gülich's ''Erb-Huldigung, so... Josepho dem Ersten Von Denen gesambten Nider-Oesterreichische Ständen...''. The author was a delegate from Lower Austria, who was present at this banquet.
[Ref: 56016]   £550.00  
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[Coronation of Frederick I of Prussia] Die Königl. Prüssische Salbung.
[Coronation of Frederick I of Prussia] Die Königl. Prüssische Salbung. Prospect der Schlos Capell in Königsberg, wie die beede Königl. Thronen geordoniret und dieselbe ausgezieret gewesen, bey geschehener Salbung Ao. 1701, den 18.
Eosander de Göthe Invent: et ordon.
[Frankfurt: heirs of Matthaus Merian, 1712.]
Fine & rare etching on three sheets conjoined. Total 390 x 910mm (15¼ x 36"). Original binding folds. Small margins.
The coronation of Frederick I of Prussia in the chapel at Königsberg Castle. By Johann Friedrich Eosander von Göthe (16691728) a Late-Baroque architect.
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Her Most Gracious Majesty & Escort Leaving The Palace, St. James's Park.  No.1 - A Series of Birds eye Views taken on the day of Her Majestys Coronation. -  June 28th. 1838.
Her Most Gracious Majesty & Escort Leaving The Palace, St. James's Park. No.1 - A Series of Birds eye Views taken on the day of Her Majestys Coronation. - June 28th. 1838. [&] Hyde Park Fair. No.2 - A Series of Birds eye Views taken on the day of Her Majestys Coronation. - June 28th. 1838.
W. Clerk, lith, 202 High Holborn.
Published by G.S. Tregear, 96, Cheapside, London.
Pair of coloured lithograph, images 240 x 422mm & 271 x 396mm. Tears from edges, one just into image lower left [&] Tear into image at top. Water stain below title.
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[William III and Mary II, with scenes from their coronation in background]
[William III and Mary II, with scenes from their coronation in background] Wilhelm III von Oranien und Maria Stuart Koenig und Koenigin von gross Britannien Frankreich und Irland
[Anon., c.1695]
Engraving, scarce; 17th century watermark; sheet 275 x 335mm (10¾ x 13¼"). Trimmed; repaired horizontal fold at top; slight crease.
Anonymous German engraving responding to the coronation of William III and Mary II in 1688.
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[Coronation of William III and Mary II at Westminster Abbey]
[Coronation of William III and Mary II at Westminster Abbey] H. Mai. Willem III en Maria Gekroont tot Koning en Koningin van Engelant [...]
[Anon. Dutch, c.1689]
Etching, scarce; sheet 360 x 595mm (14¼ x 23½"). Creases.
The coronation of William III and Mary II at Westminster Abbey on 11 April 1689, with their portraits top left and top right. The Archbishop of Canterbury, William Sancroft, refused to sanction the removal of James II so the coronation was performed by the Bishop of London, Henry Compton.
[Ref: 42590]   £580.00  
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