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Prints

‘Patent Pupetts alias Hertford

Fantoccine

From Charles Williams, a hand coloured

satiricsl etching, published April 6th

1812 by S W Fores, 50 Picadilly, London

'The Morning Ride',

print from James Gillray c. 1810 pub

Hannah Humphey, London

A Scene from Don Giovanni

From G Cruikshank published by S. W. Fores, 23 July 1820, 16 Panton Street, London

Queen Caroline as Boadicea, Queen of

Britain overthrowing her enemies.

A hand coloured print published by John Fairburn, after George Cruikshank, November 1820, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, London.

The Abyssinian Monster or the Invisible

Being drawn from his Den

A hand coloured engraving published by J Dawson, Camden Town, London, pub Dec 1820. 26 x 34 cm.
We have a large stock of prints from the 18th and early 19th century.
Please contact us if you are looking for specific items at sales@sandjabbottceramicsplus.co.uk Click here for a short article on ‘Queen Caroline, the Injured Queen’ with illustrations and more information about prints featuring the marital problems of Caroline of Brunswick the estranged wife of George IV and Queen of England. On this page is a selection of satirical prints concerning King George IV and Queen Caroline. Click on the image for more details.
'The Royal Hen and the Dunghill Cock', published by John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, London 1820
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S & J Abbott Ceramics Plus
© S & J Abbott Ceramics Plus June 2020

Prints

Patent Pupetts alis Hertford

Fantocinni by Charles

Williams, a hand coloured

satiricsl etching, published

April 6th 1812 by S W Fores,

50 Picadilly, London

'The Morning Ride', after

James Gillray c. 1810 pub

Hannah Humphey, London

A Scene from Don Giovanni

From G Cruikshank published by S. W. Fores, 23 July 1820, 16 Panton Street, London

Queen Caroline as Boadicea,

Queen of Britain overthrowing

her enemies.

A hand coloured print published by John Fairburn, after George Cruikshank, November 1820, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, London.

The Abyssinian Monster or the

Invisible Being drawn from his Den

A hand coloured engraving published by J Dawson, Camden Town, London, pub Dec 1820. 26 x 34 cm.
We have a large stock of prints from the 18th and early 19th century.
Print 'The Royal Hen and the Dunghill Cock', published by John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, London 1820
Please contact us if you are looking for specific items at sales@sandjabbottceramicsplus.co.uk Click here for a short article on ‘Queen Caroline, the Injured Queen’ with illustrations and detailed information about Caroline of Brunswick the wife of George IV. On this page is a selection of satirical prints concerning King George IV and Queen Caroline.
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'The Royal Hen and the Dunghill Cock', published by John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, London 1820