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Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937 Featured Image

Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937

Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937. The central portrait is Elizabeth, Queen Consort of George VI. The others, clockwise from top are: Alexandra, Consort of Edward VII; Isabel, Consort of Edward II; Catherine, Consort of Henry VIII; Mary, Consort of James II; Caroline, Consort of George II; Adelaide, Consort of William IV; Mary, Consort of George V; Sophia-Charlotte, Consort of George III; Mary II, Joint Sovereign with William III; Anne, Consort of James I; Anne, Consort of Richard III; Eleanor, Consort of Edward I. An illustration from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, (London, 1937)

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Hugh Baron Halkett
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Hugh Baron Halkett
Town Hall BB65_03675
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Town Hall BB65_03675
Le Malade Imaginaire: satire depicting author and botanist John Hill in bed being consulted by a range of physicians all determined to secure their fees, 1752 (engraving) Featured Image

Le Malade Imaginaire: satire depicting author and botanist John Hill in bed being consulted by a range of physicians all determined to secure their fees, 1752 (engraving)

5997530 Le Malade Imaginaire: satire depicting author and botanist John Hill in bed being consulted by a range of physicians all determined to secure their fees, 1752 (engraving) by Fairholt, Frederick William (1814-66); Private Collection; (add.info.: Le Malade Imaginaire: satire depicting author and botanist John Hill in bed being consulted by a range of physicians all determined to secure their fees, 1752. Illustration from Caricature History of the Georges or, Annals of the House of Hanover, Compiled from the Squibs, Broadsides, Window Pictures, Lampoons and Political Caricatures of the Time, by Thomas Wright (John Cmden Hotten, Piccadilly, London, c1867).); © Look and Learn

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The Election - Canvassing for Votes: satire on the parliamentary election of 1755, one of a series of four titled Humours of an Election (engraving) Featured Image

The Election - Canvassing for Votes: satire on the parliamentary election of 1755, one of a series of four titled Humours of an Election (engraving)

5997532 The Election - Canvassing for Votes: satire on the parliamentary election of 1755, one of a series of four titled Humours of an Election (engraving) by Hogarth, William (1697-1764) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Election - Canvassing for Votes: satire on the parliamentary election of 1754, one of a series of four titled Humours of an Election. Illustration from Caricature History of the Georges or, Annals of the House of Hanover, Compiled from the Squibs, Broadsides, Window Pictures, Lampoons and Political Caricatures of the Time, by Thomas Wright (John Cmden Hotten, Piccadilly, London, c1867).); © Look and Learn

© © Look and Learn / Bridgeman Images


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