This wonderful engraving of Anne of Denmark was produced in England during the 18th century, in the year 1786. The engraving is after a portrait by Cornelius Johnson and is by John Goldar (b 1729– d 1795) who was an English engraver. The sitter is Anne of Denmark (b 12 December 1574 – d 2 March 1619) who was Queen consort of Scotland, England, and Ireland by marriage to King James VI and I.
The engraving is housed behind glass old glass in the most decorative period correct circular pressed brass frame. The engraving has historically been trimmed to fit the frame; a previous owner has helpfully included the original paper title of the engraving verso. This is a classical, all original antique engraving that will display excellently in any setting.
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Reference: NT 452689.4 National Trust online collection.
Measuring: Frame diameter 6.75 inch (17 cm) by height 1 inch (2.5 cm). Aperture diameter 4.75 inch (12 cm).
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Georgian Engraving Rare Large Circular Pressed Brass Frame, Anne of Denmark, Circa 1786
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