Earl Rivers in a tunic decorated with heraldic emblems over armour, kneeling on the left with Caxton, in a fur-trimmed cape and gown, presenting a book to King Edward IV who sits with sceptre and orb, his wife standing behind him and Price Edward at his elbow, with a peer and three others standing nearby behind to left and a crowd in the adjoining room to left; in a brattished border with an explanatory plaque in a border below; from a manuscript belonging to the Archbishop of Lambeth; illustration to an unidentified publication. 1807 Etching and engraving
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