"Drawing Room of Queen Victoria"
This is an original 1845 black and white steel engraving of artwork by J. Gilbert that portrayed Queen Victoria of England during a ceremony of presentation that was held in the drawing room inside St. James' Palace in London, England.
This 167+ year old Item is rated Very Fine. Heavy Foxing. Light creasing. Some light surface rub. Please note: There is light aging throughout.
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Keywords specific to this image: Victorian