Scrapbook of prints and manuscripts relating to the Stuart reign in England, ca. 1619-1685? [manuscript], 19th century.

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Christie Crawfurd, Robert Arthur, 1859-1948,. Scrapbook of prints and manuscripts relating to the Stuart reign in England, ca. 1619-1685? [manuscript], 19th century.

Scrapbook of prints and manuscripts relating to the Stuart reign in England, ca. 1619-1685? [manuscript], 19th century.

Consists of 107 items: 16 manuscripts, 89 art items and 2 printed items. Art items include prints, engravings, clippings and photo duplications of paintings of members of the Stuart royal family including James I, Charles I (by far the most represented), Charles II, James II, some of their children and wives as well as their followers and homes. Printed items are: a page removed from an unknown book with the genealogy of the Stuart family from James I/VI to George II; and "Fac-simile of the death-warrant and execution of Charles the First, King of England: Who was beheaded on the 30th January 1648: - in the 49th year of his age, and the 24th year of his reign," with copy of M. Weesop painting of The execution of Charles the first, King of England. Copied, printed & published by J. Netherclift, Lithographer, 23, King William Street, West Strand. The original painting is in the possession of Mr. Bently, 3 Gt Newport St.

150 p. ; 46 x 34 cm.

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