20 September 2001,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 446
GBP 300 - GBP 400
A pearlware commemorative nursery plate
printed in black with a vignette of women and putti mourning Queen Caroline beside a funery urn inscribed with the dates of her birth, marriage and death, titled To The Memory Of Queen Caroline/The injured Queen of England, below a border moulded and painted with swags and sprays of flowers, circa 1821 -- 17.5cm. diam.; a nursery plate printed with a verse relating to the Bill of Penalties, circa 1820 -- 17.5cm. diam; and another similar printed with a vignette titled THE HAPPY PARTY, circa 1820 -- 17.5cm. diam. (some damages throughout)
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