© Trustees of the British Museum | Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
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Untitled (Celebration of the restoration of independence to Hanover in 1813 and of the return of Prince Adolphus Frederick)

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One of the designs for transparencies made in celebration of the restoration of independence to Hanover in 1813 and of the return of Prince Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, to that city; Britannia, with laurel-wreathed trident and refulgent shield, steps ashore followed by Plenty, a boat manned by English sailors puts off to the ship 'Concordia' seen beyond. 1813. Pen and grey ink and wash, with watercolour, over graphite.
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Hanover, Germany

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