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- Object: Bonaparte resigning the Crown and Sceptre to the British Lion (...)
Napoleon to left presenting his crown and sceptre to the British lion which is standing on the French Eagle; behind it, to right, Victory, Peace and Plenty personified, each equipped with attributes; three crowned eagles (symbolising the allied forces) hovering to left; seascape in the background with a fleet in front of a setting sun and view of the island of Elba in the distance to left; proof of the etched state with pencilled version of final lettering. 1814
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Height: 482 millimetres
Width: 367 millimetres (platemark)
- Curator's comments
- Not identifiable in Andresen. Second state: Ee.2.145.
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: Napoleon's defeat 1814
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- One of three listed prints given by Rehberg on 11 February 1815 and recorded in the 'Book of Donations 1756-1823'.
On verso in pencil 'Presented by Mr Rehberg' and in another hand 'French Portraits vol.1 Nov.2 1833'
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