King Edward V; above, a harpy holding a crown above his head; below, two lambs. Etching by J. Hulett, 17--, after G. Vertue, 1732.
- Vertue, George, 1684-1756.
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The harpy may represent the jealousy of Richard Duke of Gloucester, and the sheep or lambs the two princes imprisoned by him in the Tower of London, Edward V and his brother Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York
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