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The Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen

Author: Henrietta Keddie (pseudonym for Sarah Tytler) (British, Cupar, Fife, Scotland 1827–1914 London)
Editor: Edited, with an introduction by Lord Ronald Charles Sutherland Leveson Gower (British, London 1845–1916 Kent (?))
Engraver: James Baylis Allen (British, Birmingham 1803–1876 London)
Engraver: John Carr Armytage (British, London 1802–1897)
Engraver: Richard Austin Artlett (British, West Wittering, Sussex 1807–1873 Kentish Town, London)
Engraver: H. C. Balding (British, active 1869–82)
Engraver: Edward Paxman Brandard (British, 1819–1898 New Malden, Surrey)
Engraver: Joseph Brown (British, active 1849–1886)
Engraver: Charles Cousen (British, Horton, Bradford 1815–1889 Weston-super-Mare)
Engraver: John Cousen (British, Bradford 1804–1880 South Norwood)
Engraver: David-Joseph Desvachez (French, 1822–1902)
Engraver: Leopold Löwenstam (Dutch, Düsseldorf 1842–1898 Woodcroft, Sussex)
Engraver: William Miller (British, Edinburgh, Scotland 1796–1882 Sheffield)
Engraver: Henry R. Robinson (British, active 1827–72)
Engraver: William Callio Roffe (British, 1817–after 1870)
Engraver: Edward William Stodart (British, 1841–1914)
Engraver: George J. Stodart (British, active 1884–92)
Engraver: Thomas Vernon (British, Staffordshire 1824–1872 London)
Engraver: Robert William Wallis (British, London 1794–1878 Hove, Sussex)
Artist: After bust by Joseph Durham (British, London 1814–1877 London)
Artist: After William Henry Bartlett (British, London 1809–1854 at sea)
Artist: After sculpture by Joseph Edgar Boehm (British (born Austria), Vienna 1834–1890 London)
Artist: After painting by Thomas Sidney Cooper (British, Canterbury, Kent 1803–1902 Harbledown)
Artist: After statue by John Henry Foley (Irish, Dublin 1818–1874 London)
Artist: After painting by James Duffield Harding (British, Deptford, Kent 1797–1863 Barnes, Surrey)
Artist: After painting by John Frederick Herring Sr. (British, London 1795–1865 Kent)
Artist: After statue by Matthew Noble (British, baptized Hackness, North Yorkshire 1817–1876 Kensington, London)
Artist: After painting by William Adolphus Knell (British, Carisbrooke, Hampshire 1801–1875 London)
Artist: After painting by James Baker Pyne (British, Bristol 1800–1870 London)
Artist: After painting by Clarkson Stanfield (British, Sunderland 1793–1867 London)
Artist: After picture by James Sant (British, Croydon, Surrey 1820–1916 London)
Artist: After miniature by Robert Thorburn (British, Dumfries 1818–1885 Kent)
Artist: After statues by Mary Thornycroft (British, baptized Thornham, Norfolk 1809–1895 Chiswick, Middlesex (?))
Artist: After painting by Franz Xaver Winterhalter (German, Menzenschwand 1805–1873 Frankfurt)
Sitter: Queen Victoria (British, London 1819–1901 Isle of Wight)
Sitter: Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Coburg, Germany 1819–1861 Windsor)
Sitter: The Princess Victoria, Princess Royal (London 1840–1901 Friedrichshof)
Sitter: Edward VII, King of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (British, London 1841–1910 London)
Sitter: Princess Alice of Hesse (London 1843–1878)
Sitter: Prince Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg (British, Windsor 1844–1900 Rosenau, Bavaria)
Sitter: Princess Helena (British, London 1846–1923 London)
Sitter: Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll (British, London 1848–1939 London)
Sitter: Prince Arthur, 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (British, London 1850–1942 Surrey)
Sitter: Prince Leopold, 1st Duke of Albany (British, London 1853–1884 Cannes)
Sitter: Prince George, Duke of Cambridge (Hanover, Germany 1819–1904 London)
Sitter: Princess Beatrice of Battenberg (British, London 1857–1944 Balcombe, Sussex)
Sitter: Queen Alexandra (British (born Denmark), Copenhagen 1844–1925 Sandringham, Norfolk)
Publisher: Published and printed by J. S. Virtue (London)
Date: [1882]
Medium: Illustrations: steel engraving
Dimensions: Overall: 12 1/2 x 10 3/16 x 1 3/16 in. (31.8 x 25.9 x 3 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1962
Accession Number: 62.600.15(1-2)
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