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  1. Description. Description. This framed graphic art print is a reproduction of a vintage 18th-century botanical illustration. It is inscribed with a seal that states “To His Royal Highness Frederick, Prince of Wales This Plate is most humbly Inscribed”. The original illustration is from the first half of the 18th century and Prince Frederick, mentioned in the inscription, was very interested in landscape and botany.

  2. Palm Print (HRH Frederick Prince of Wales) quantity ... Posters and Cards Tags: plam, print, tree. Description ... menu from a banquet held by the Prince Regent for ...

    • 33 × 50 cm
    • 19 kg
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  4. A fantastic framed botanical print stemming from Welsh botanist Griffith Hughes' [1707-1758) research publication "The Natural History of Barbados [pub. 1750]. The book captures Hughes' recorded observations of the natural botanical features of the island over a period of of several years. The illustrative prints are taken from illustrations done by famed German botanist, botanical illustrator and entomologist, George Dionysius Ehret (G.D. Ehret) and sculpted to plate by J. Mynde [1740-1770

  5. Frederick, Prince of Wales, KG, was heir apparent to the British throne from 1727 until his death from a lung injury at the age of 44. He was the eldest but estranged son of King George II and Caroline of Ansbach, and the father of King George III. Under the Act of Settlement passed by the English Parliament in 1701, Frederick was fourth in the line of succession to the British throne at birth, after his great-grandmother, paternal grandfather and father. He moved to Great Britain following the

  6. www.britishmuseum.org › collection › objectprint | British Museum

    print. Object Type print. Museum number 1888,0515.43. Title Object: His Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales &c. Description Portrait after Philippe Mercier, as a ...

  7. This framed graphic art print is a reproduction of a vintage 18th-century botanical illustration but in crimson color. It is inscribed with text “To Her Royal Highness, Princess of Wales This Plate is most humbly Inscribe’d” and instead of seal there is a picture of palm fruit in the left corner. The original illustration is from the first half of the 18th century and the mentioned Princess of Wales is Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, married to Frederick, Prince of Wales.

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