|Title||George IV, crowned July 19, 1821 [graphic].|
|Contributors||Sams, William, publisher.|
|Physical Description||133 pictures : hand-colored aquatints ; sheets end-to-end 8 x 907 cm, rolled (in wooden drum) to 8 x 6 cm (scroll format)|
|Full Orbis Record||http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/3294539|
Depicts a long procession of people walking from right to left through an arcade, in 133 numbered scenes; at the front on the far left are flower girls, followed by musicians, judges, the Lord Chancellor in scene 18, choristers, politicians, knights, peers and princes of the realm, with the King accompanied by bishops in scene 102, his long train supported by pages and a canopy carried behind him, followed by yeomen of the guard and the King's Champion mounted on a skewbald charger at the end of the procession on the far right.
Title from publisher's illustrated label on original boxwood drum.
Abbey, J.R. Life, 483
BAC: British Art Center copy is the Abbey copy. In original boxwood drum.
|Call Number||DA537 .C67 1822 Flat|
|Collection||Rare Books and Manuscripts|
George -- IV, -- King of Great Britain, -- 1762-1830 -- Coronation.
Coronations -- Great Britain -- 19th century -- Pictorial works.
Processions -- England -- Pictorial works.
Kings and rulers -- Great Britain.
|Form Genre Terms||
Aquatints -- Hand-colored -- 1822.
Scrolls -- England -- 19th century.
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