The King in His Royal Robes wearing a Cap of Estate, His Majesty's Train borne by Eight eldest Sons of Peers assisted by the Master of the Robes 19th July 1821
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The King in His Royal Robes wearing a Cap of Estate, His Majesty's Train borne by Eight eldest Sons of Peers assisted by the Master of the Robes 19th July 1821

E. Scriven

© Museum of London

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The King In His Royal Robes wearing a Cap of Estate, His Majesty's Train borne by Eight eldest Sons of Peers assisted by the Master of the Robes 19th July 1821. George IV in his coronation robes with nine attendants. George IV was involved in the design of the ceremonial robes worn at his coronation by himself, his ministers and household officers, and also by the nobility. He discounted much that was traditional and instead used as his model the ornate robes worn by the Emperor Napoleon at his coronation in 1804.
 

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Date

1821 AD - 1821 AD
 

Image Number

003381
 

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