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Sir George Hayter
The Sixth Day of the Trial of the Late Queen Caroline in the House of Lords, August The Twenty Third, 1820
London, c.1823. Good, printed on 6 separate sheets and put together, two of the sheets has a tear which has been professionally repaired, backed on acid free tissue paper for long term preservation.. , Portraits Royalties; Legal; Scarce view of the interior of the House of Lords in the first half of 19th century.The interior of the House of Lords, crowded with nobles in the benches and galleries on either side, the artist standing on the far right, attending the trial of Queen Caroline for adultery with Pergami, her italian secretary, including George IV in the left gallery, the Queen, seated before the bar where Brougham, Dr. Lushington and Gifford attend the testimony of the witness Majocchi. All the individuals are numbered apparently, there was a key at some point to the names of the audience, the key is not present here.Portraits Royalties; Legal; Image Size : 568x882 (mm), 22.36x34.72 (Inches)Portraits Royalties; Legal; Platemark Size : 582x907 (mm), 22.91x35.71 (Inches)Portraits Royalties; Legal; Paper Size : 610x927 (mm), 24.02x36.50 (Inches)Portraits Royalties; Legal; Black & WhitePortraits Royalties; Legal; Engraving
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Canada]
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