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The funeral procession on the River Thames of Lord Nelson seen from Bankside. Coloured etching by John Thomas Smith, 1806.
- Smith, John Thomas, 1766-1833
- 15 February 1806
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London (36 Newman Street) : John Thomas Smith, 15 February 1806.
1 print : etching, with watercolour ; image 22.8 x 45.5 cm
An accurate view (drawn and etched by J.T. Smith, engraver with the Antiquities of London & Westminster) from the house of W. Tunnard Esq. on the bankside, adjoining the site of Shakespeare's Theatre- on Wednesday the 8th January 1806, when the remains of the great Admiral Lord Nelson were brought from Greenwich to Whitehall ...
Extensive lettering underneath the prints describing the personnage in the funeral barges in detail
Wellcome Library no. 46674i
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