22 May 2001
ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1740
Charles Cockayne, 5th Viscount Cullen (1710-1802), facing right in red coat, frilled cravat and black stock, fur-bordered red hat, a gun held under his right shoulder and his hand resting inside his jacket, a leather strap across his body and his left arm on his waist
oval, 2 1/16 in. (53 mm.) high, gold brooch frame surmounted by a coronet, the plain reverse engraved with the sitter's name
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Charles Cockayne, 5th Viscount Cullen was a well known sportsman and owner of racehorses. He married Ann (d. 1754) eldest surviving daughter of his maternal uncle, Borlase Warren and had issue.
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