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The Burial of Queen Victoria the Good. The Coffin, surmounted by the Crown and emblems, mounted on a gun carriage drawn by eight cream-coloured horses caparisoned in gold, passing the late Queen's Lon



Reference Name GANOH : 1287.1

unframed; coffin on a gun cariage drawn by 8 horses, soldiers on foot walk alongside, with King Edward VII and mounted soldiers behind; Buckingham Palace gates on far right, crowds of people watching the procession

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Physical Dimensions:

  • picture height: 327 mm
  • picture width: 998 mm

Material: paper & ink

Condition: poor

Quantity: 2

Completeness: complete

Inscription: The Burial of Queen Victoria the Good. The Coffin, surmounted by the Crown and emblems, mounted on a gun carriage drawn by eight cream-coloured horses caparisoned in gold, passing the late Queen's London home , Buckingham Palace.

Period: 20th Century

Period: 20th Century

Period: 20th Century

Organisation:

printer: Unknown

publisher: 'The Sphere'

Person:

artist: Paget, Sidney

artist: Prater, Ernest

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