An original lithographic print of a pencil sketch by John ('H. B.') doyle (1797–1868). It is a satirical sketch based on the nursery rhyme 'Sing a Song of Sixpence'. In this case, it features King William IV, Prime Minister William Lamb, George Howard, Viceroy of Ireland and Whig politician Constantine Phipps. It was printed by Alfred Ducote, St Martins Lane, London, and published by Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarket, London, on 28th December, 1836.
Faint foxing spots to surface, but otherwise in good condition. Glass has been cleaned and the frame back resealed.
NOW SOLD - Antique print of William IV
Dimensions (h x w)
34 x 39cm