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|Artist||John Whittaker 1831 (Author & Publisher, Details of artist on Google Art Project)|
|Title||Ceremonial of the Coronation of King George IV|
|Object type||Books & Manuscripts|
|Medium||Printed on japan vellum; gold letterpress, stipple engraving with etching and aquatint, and hand-colouring. Bound in brown morocco, gold-tooled, with the Royal Arms on both boards, rebacked. Printed in London by John Whittaker, forty-three folios, interleaved with blanks.|
|Dimensions||Height: 695 mm (27.36 in). Width: 600 mm (23.62 in).|
|Accession number||RCIN 1005090|
|Object history||Probably George IV's presentation copy|
|Notes||More info at museum site|
|Source/Photographer||Google Art Project: Home - pic|
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