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Clerk of His Majesty's

1824

Print after Francis Philip Stephanoff

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Title

Clerk of His Majesty's

Date

1824

Artist

Description

Portrait of James Buller, whole-length, standing, slightly directed to the left, full face, in coronation dress, holding feathered hat in his right hand, left hand on his waist; after Stephanoff; illustration to Nayler's 'Coronation of George IV' (1824). 1824. Stipple, etching and aquatint, with coloured face and hand-coloured clothing.
Additional Makers: Publisher - Sir George Nayler; Print maker - Samuel William Reynolds I; Print maker - Edward Scriven
Inscription: Lettered below the image with title in open letters, continuing: "Most Honourable Privy Council, in Ordinary", production and publication details: "P. Stephanoff, delt" "Engd by S. Reynolds & E. Scriven, / Engrs to the King" and "London, Published as the Act directs Jany 1824, by Sir George Nayler, Garter"
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Location

England

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