The Foundling Museum, London, England
Print after Joseph Nash
The opening ceremony of the Great Exhibition of 1851 in the Crystal Palace with Queen Victoria and Prince Albert standing in the central crossing facing a line of dignitaries; plate 1. 1851. Colour lithograph.
Additional Makers: Publisher - John Dickinson; Publisher - Ernest Gambart; Print maker - Joseph Nash; Publisher - William Schaus
Inscription: Lettered with title, and "Lithographed by Joseph Nash from his drawing in the possession of Her Majesty" with the publication line of Dickinson Brothers in New Bond Street, Gambart in Paris and Schaus in New York, and the date 1851
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