To his Most Excellent Majesty George the Fourth King of Great Britain &c. &c. &c. / This print, representing his Majesty's Embarkation at Kingstown on the 3rd September 1821, / is with Gracious and Special permission humbly dedicated by his most faithful subject, / John Lushington Reilly
Printed by J. Haverty after original sketches taken on the spot by J.L.R. Esqr. ; Engraved by R. Havell & Son Chapel St. Tottenham Court Road.
|Main Creator:||Havell the elder, Robert, fl. 1800-1840, engraver.|
Crowds cheering the arrival of George IV into what was then known as Kingstown (now Dún Laoghaire) harbour on 3 September 1821. Title printed l.c. within plate mark under image; coat of arms l.c. within title. PD D25 is numbered "12" in ink within the oval bearing the monogram "JLR"; PD D25 is numbered "100" in ink within the oval bearing the monogram "JLR" while PD D25 is numbered "16" in ink within the oval bearing the monogram "JLR". For key to this image [to identify those present within it] see PD C38.
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London : Dublin : Hurst, Robinson & Co., also Colnagni & Co. ; March 1823.
R. Milliken, also Allen & Sons ;
PD D25 was formerly held at NLI call number PD HP (1821) 1 (A); PD D25a was formerly held at NLI call number PD HP (1821) 1 (C) and PD D25b was formerly held at NLI call number PD HP (1821) 1 (B) - the latter has image 38.2 x 60.6 cm., cropped within plate mark 47 x 68.3 cm.
Physical description: 1 print : aquatint & engraving ; image 38.2 x 60.6 cm., plate mark 46.4 x 67.3 cm., on sheet 53.7 x 74.2 cm.
Reproduction Note: PD D25, Neg. No: 22952; PD D25a, Neg. No: 22954 and PD D25b, Neg. No: 22951.
Attributed to Robert Havell the Elder, (fl. 1800-1840), and Robert Havell the Younger, (fl. 1820-1850), after an original drawing by John Lushington Reilly and printed by Joseph Patrick Haverty, (1794-1864).