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Lot 293

Tuesday 04 Oct, 2016 - 10.00am

William Heath (1795-1840) - Coloured engraving - "The New Master of the Crown Inn discharging Betty the Head Chambermaid", satire showing William IV, Lord Coningham and Elizabeth Coningham, Marchioness Coningham, 9.25ins x 3.25ins, framed and glazed, two further satires with the Coninghams (one with William IV), and three items of ephemera, various (one unframed) Provenance: The Collection of the late Dr L.L.Boyle of Patrixbourne

Estimate £70 - 100

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป