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Object: A Plan of the House of Peers
Object: A Plan of the House of Commons
Object: The Creation of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, in the fifth Year of King Henry the VIII
Plans on either side, the Peers to left with a key naming the seats, with the throne at the top and the speaker at the bottom, the Commons to right with the speaker surrounded by the benches, the Serjeant's seat at the bottom; in the centre, a procession of nobles and clerics leading Charles Brandon from the bottom towards King, enthroned at the top with knights to either side. 1749
Etching and engraving
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Height: 484 millimetres
Width: 643 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- One of a number of views by Pine of the Commons and Peers: 1862,1213.5,6 and 8.
There is an almost identical print by Benjamin Cole of the views of the two Houses: see 1871,1209.2703.
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- Acquisition notes
- 1853,0112.1338 to 2335 is a collection of engraved portraits of persons connected with Suffolk formed by David Elisha Davy, as part of his collections on the history of Suffolk which were purchased by the Department of Manuscripts in 1852. The portraits were transferred to the Department of Prints and Drawings in 1853.
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