Monument of Mary, Queen of Scots, from "The History of England"

Various artists/makers

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Vignette with a female allegorical figure and Cupid mourning beneath a stone roundel portrait of Mary set beneath an urn. From an unidentified edition of David Hume's "The History of England," facing page 500. This print lacks the engraver's name in the inscription and is copied after a version of this scene by Robert Cooper, published by Jones and Company on January 1, 1824.

Monument of Mary, Queen of Scots, from "The History of England", After William Bromley (British, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight 1769–1842), Etching

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