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A Prince of the Blood Royal. In the Coronation Dress and Robes of Estate, attended by his Trainbearer.
A Prince of the Blood Royal. In the Coronation Dress and Robes of Estate, attended by his Trainbearer. 19th. July 1821.
J. Stephanoff, pinxit. Reynolds, Engraver to His Majesty, Sculp.t
London, Published as the Act directs Jan.y 1824 by Sir George Nayler, Garter.
Hand-coloured mezzotint, with large margins. Plate 451 x 350mm. 17¾ x 13¾".
Frederick Augustus, Duke of York in the coronation dress and robes of estate, attended by his trainbearer, Lieutenant Henry Frederick Cookes. 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: 260.28. Collage: p7511732.
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The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, bearing the Purse with the Great Seal, and attended by a Page.
The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, bearing the Purse with the Great Seal, and attended by a Page. 19th. July 1821.
Ja.s Stephanoff, pinxit. Reynolds & Scriven, Engraver to His Majesty Sculp.t
London Published as the Act directs Jan.y 1824 by Sir George Nayler, Garter.
Hand-coloured stipple and mezzotint, with large margins. Paper watermarked: J Whatman Turkey Mill 1823. Plate 451 x 349mm. 17¾ x 13¾". Some creasing to upper right-hand corner.
John Lord Eldon and his page, James Farrer Esq.re. 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: 260.20. Collage: p7510655.
[Ref: 23692]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Procession of the Dean and Prebendaries of Westminster, with The Regalia,
Procession of the Dean and Prebendaries of Westminster, with The Regalia, July 19.th 1821.
Charles Wild, Del.t M. Dubourg Scu.t
London Published as the Act directs Jan.y 1824, by Sir George Nayler, Garter.
Hand-coloured aquatint. 412 x 565mm. 16¼ x 22¼". Cut inside platemark.
John Ireland (1761-1842) served as Dean of Westminster and carried the crown during the coronation of George IV. 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: 260.4. Collage: p5419264.
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Coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth.
Coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth. A Correct representation of the Banquet in Westminster Hall at the time the Champion performs the Challenge. Plate III.
Pub. Aug.t 1. 1821, by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle Street.
Hand coloured lithograph. Sheet 225 x 565mm (9 x 22¼"). Some surface dirt. Nicks to edges. Small holes outside image near bottom corners.
A view of George IV's extravagent banquet held at Westminster hall after his coronation. The interior of Westminster Hall had been subdivided by wooden partitions to serve as courtrooms and these all had to be demolished to create the large space required for the coronation banquet, which required galleries for 2,934 spectators and 1,268 diners seated at 47 tables, some of which had to be sited in other parts of the palace. A temporary triumphal arch was erected at the north end of the hall in the style of a medieval castle. In accordance with the vogue for Romanticism and with his own taste for flamboyant clothes, George insisted that the participants should dress in Tudor and Stuart period costumes.
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The Ceremony of the Homage.
The Ceremony of the Homage. 19.th July 1821.
Architecture by Aug.s Pugin. Figures by J. Stephanoff. W. Bennett, Sculps.t
London Published as the Act directs Jan.y 1824 by Sir George Nayler, Garter.
Hand coloured aquatint. Sheet 380 x 515mm (15 x 20¼"). Trimmed within plate. Abrasion and tear losing 'm' in title.
The interior of Westminster Abbey during the coronation of George IV. 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'. Nayler only published two of the five proposed parts (1823 & 1827); it was completed by George Henry Bohn and issued in 1837.
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The Coronation Of His Majesty, George The Fourth: Taken At The Time of The Recognition. July 19, 1821.
The Coronation Of His Majesty, George The Fourth: Taken At The Time of The Recognition. July 19, 1821.
Stephanoff Pinx.t. Dubourg Sculp.t.
Pub.d by R, Bowyer, 74, Pall Mall, June 4, 1822.
Fine hand coloured aquatint. Sheet 380 x 520mm (15 x 20½"). Trimmed to plate on three sides.
The interior of Westminster Abbey during the coronation of George IV. From the series 'An impartial historical narrative of those momentous events which have taken place in this country during the period from the year 1816 to 1823. Illustrated with engravings by the first artists' (London: Robert Bowyer).
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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.]
Etching. Sheet 545 x 345mm (21½ x 13¾"). Proof before letters. Some spotting and surface dirt. Trimmed.
A scarce and decorative view of the coronation ceremony.
Whitman: 798. See 55055 for coloured version with key.
[Ref: 60048]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Coronation of George IV] The Ceremony of the Homage.
[Coronation of George IV] The Ceremony of the Homage. 19.th July 1821.
Architecture by Aug.s Pugin. Figures by J. Stephanoff. W. Bennett, Sculps.t
London Published as the Act directs Jan.y 1824 by Sir George Nayler, Garter.
Aquatint, printed in black and red, never hand finished. 340 x 505mm (15¾ x 20"). Trimmed to plate, some creasing and chipping of edges.
The interior of Westminster Abbey during the coronation of George IV. 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'. Nayler only published two of the five proposed parts (1823 & 1827); it was completed by George Henry Bohn and issued in 1837.
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Coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth.
Coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth. A Correct View of the interior of Westminster Abbey, at the time of Crowning the King. Plate 11.
Drawn & Engraved by W. H. Brook.
Pub. Aug.t 1. 1821, by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle Street.
Hand coloured lithograph. Sheet 240 x 575mm (9½ x 22¾"). Some surface dirt. Creased in centre where previously folded. Left upper corner creased.
An interrior view of Westminster Abbey with George IV being crowned.
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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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View of Palace Yard on the Day of the Coronation of His Majesty George IV.
View of Palace Yard on the Day of the Coronation of His Majesty George IV.
John Goldicutt Architect Fecit. C. Hullmandel Lithog.
[London Published by Colnaghi and Co Cockspur Street, July 24 1821]
Rare lithograph. Sheet 220 x 420mm (8¾ x 16½"), on 'Whatman' watermarked paper. Trimmed losing publication line.
View of the procession from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey, a pavilion on the left, a mounted guard on either side of the first part of the procession. Lettered below image are the names of people and buildings.
[Ref: 60462]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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The Grand Coronation Banquet, In Westminster Hall, July 19th 1821.
The Grand Coronation Banquet, In Westminster Hall, July 19th 1821. [&] The New Imperial Crown to be worn by His Majesty George the Fourth at his Coronation. [&] Coronation of His Majesty George the Fourth. July 1821.
W.Read Fecit.
Drawn & Engraved for La Belle Assemblee N.o 150 July 1.st 1821.
Three fine hand coloured engravings on one sheet. Sheet 240 x 380mm (9½ x 15"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album paper at corners.
La Belle Assemblée (in full La Belle Assemblée or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine Addressed Particularly to the Ladies) was a British women's magazine published from 1806 to 1837, founded by John Bell (17451831).
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The Marquess of Salisbury, carrying St. Edward's Staff. Lord Calthorpe, carrying the Gold Spurs. The Marquess of Wellesley, carrying the Sceptre with the Cross.
The Marquess of Salisbury, carrying St. Edward's Staff. Lord Calthorpe, carrying the Gold Spurs. The Marquess of Wellesley, carrying the Sceptre with the Cross. 19th. July 1821.
[J. Stephanoff pinx.]
[London Published as the Act directs...1824 by Sir George Nayler, Garter.]
Hand-coloured stipple and mezzotint. Plate 350 x 566mm. 13¾ x 22¼". Paper toning and trimmed to plate along sides.
James Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury (1748-1823); probably George Gough-Calthorpe (1787-1851); and Richard Wellesley, Marquess Wellesley (1760-1842). 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: 260.22.
[Ref: 23697]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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Coronation of his Majesty George IV. in Westminster Abbey. July 19, 1821. [&] Grand Coronation Dinner. In Westminster Hall.  July 19, 1821.
Coronation of his Majesty George IV. in Westminster Abbey. July 19, 1821. [&] Grand Coronation Dinner. In Westminster Hall. July 19, 1821.
Pubd. by G Thompson 43 Long Lane West Smithfield Aug 1. 1821.
A pair of engravings. Plate 374 x 233mm. 14¾ x 9¼". Some soiling along upper edge.
A pair of engravings showing the Coronation and Dinner for George IV; both have a lettered key of personages and key areas. George IV's coronation was a lavish and costly event, almost a year after he had become king. Caroline of Brunswick, the estranged wife, was prevented from entering the Abbey by prize fighters dressed as pages, hired personally by the King himself.
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[Explanatory Key to the Grand Historical Print of the Coronation of his Most Gracious Majesty King George the Fourth.]
[Explanatory Key to the Grand Historical Print of the Coronation of his Most Gracious Majesty King George the Fourth.]
[Published by G.Humphrey, 27, St James's Street, London, Jan.y 25.th 1822.]
Coloured aquatint, proof before all letters with large margins. 235 x 530mm (9¼ x 21")
Representation of the royal procession on foot from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey. In the centre is the 'Royal Central Pavilion' (seats three guineas each) and to the right the 'Platform and Amphitheatre' (two guineas). Bridge Street on the left and Gt. George St on the right are also identified. The published state had a key to the buildings above and the people below the scene.
For published state see ref. 7327.
[Ref: 28485]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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[Queen Victoria]
[Queen Victoria]
[After John Partridge] [George Baxter]
[n.d. c.1853]
Baxter print. Sheet 125 x 90mm (5 x 3½"). Trimmed and laid on album paper
Half length portrait of Queen Victoria. One of her hands rests on a letter on table; the other holding handkerchief and fan. She wears sash and Star of the Garter, with garter itself around left arm; right arm has a porrait minaiture of Prince Albert afer W.C. Ross (1794-1860). On her head rests the State Diadem. After portrait of Queen Victoria by Partridge (1790-1872) from 1842 which is in the Royal Collection:, reworked with new hairstyle to reflect a more mature age, in 1853.
Baxter 208. See also reference 8506.
[Ref: 60480]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Queen Victoria 1st leaving the Palace to be Crown'd at Westminster Abbey, London, June 28th, 1838.
Queen Victoria 1st leaving the Palace to be Crown'd at Westminster Abbey, London, June 28th, 1838.
[Printed & Sold by W. Belch. 6, Bridge St., Union St., Boro.]
Wood engraving with fine hand-colouring, sheet 185 x 255mm (7 x 10"). Trimmed, losing part of image left and right, and bottom line of text; glued to album sheet.
Queen Victoria leaving Buckingham Palace, where the Gold State Coach waits to drive her to her coronation at Westminster Abbey. The coach, designed by William Chambers and made by Samuel Butler in 1762, has been used at every Coronation from George IV onwards.
The artist and publication details are supplied here on the basis of similarities between this print and ref. 32278.
[Ref: 32280]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Revolution, 1688.
The Revolution, 1688.
Painted by Ja.s Northcote, R.A. Engrav'd by Ja.s Parker.
London. Publish'd April 26, 1790, by J.Harvus, Royal Exchange.
Engraving. 395 x 630mm. Marginal tear.
William and Mary of Orange, sitting on thrones beneath a canopy, with George Savile, the Marquis of Halifax, kneeling before them and presenting the crown, all surrounded by various noblemen and religious and political officials.
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