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England's Loveliest Flower. The Victoria Rose-bud reared at Kensington Palace.

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Title: England's Loveliest Flower. The Victoria Rose-bud reared at Kensington Palace.
Portraits: British Monarchy - Hanover
Medium: Lithograph
Artist: Jones T H
Engraver: Madeley G E
Portrait Subject: Queen Victoria
Publisher: William Spooner
Date: 1834
Dimensions: 170 x 120 mm
Colour: Original colour

Contructed in two layers with Victoria's face enclosed by simulated petals of a rose.
G.E.Madeley 3 Wellington St, Strand
William Spooner Regent Street, Oxford Street

No longer available.


Web References
Year:1834 en.wikipedia.org



Antique Lithograph - "England's Loveliest Flower. The Victoria Rose-bud reared at Kensington Palace." by G E Madeley after T H Jones published 1834 by William Spooner.