14 April 2010,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 1,125
GBP 500 - GBP 800
AFTER WILLIAM CAMDEN
Seven plates:The Funeral Procession of Queen Elizabeth I
engravings on laid paper, published by Sumptibus. Soc. Antiquar, London, 1791
P. 18¾ x 26¾ in. (48 x 68 cm.)
Together with a small pen and ink drawing depicting five different types of coronet (8)
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After the forty-foot long pen and ink drawing, attributed to William Camden (1551-1623) in the Collection of the British Library.
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By repute, a wedding gift to Siegfried Sassoon.
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