Royal Procession 1820
Royal Procession 1820
Record No
26340
Title
Royal Procession 1820
Description
View of Queen Caroline's procession to St Paul's Cathedral, 1820 showing spectators cheering as the procession passses. The purpose of the procession was to return thanks for Queen Caroline's triumph over the Bill of Pains and Penalties.
Date of execution
1820
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
Main Print Collection
Engraver
anon.
Medium
woodcut
Support
paper
Longest dimension
23cms
Shortest dimension
17cms
Catalogue No
p7493939
London picture map location
Exact
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