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The Countess of Lucan (Lady Margaret Bingham) (British, d. 1814) Admiral Sir John Hawkins (1532–1595), wearing black doublet and white semi-circular lawn collar

John Bogle (British, 1746-1803) A Gentleman, wearing grey coat, white waistcoat, frilled chemise, stock and cravat, his powdered wig worn en queue

Richard Jorden (British, active circa 1779-1785) Two silhouettes of Ladies, both profile to the right, wearing caps dressed with ribbon

William Bishop Ford (British, 1832-1922) A detail of 'Grafton', from Dignity and Imprudence

Cornelius Beavis Durham (British, 1809-1884) A Lady, seated in an interior before a window, wearing white dress with lace trim and tiered lace sleeves, folded detailing at the bust, three sash ribbon bows to her bodice and a bow to each sleeve, a gold, diamond and sapphire ring on her second right finger, a black lace shawl draped around her arms, her dark parted and upswept hair dressed with a pink rose, a Chinese vase holding the same flower sits on a small table behind her

English School, circa 1680 A Gentleman, said to be Brigadier General Thomas Meredith, wearing gold cloak, blue waistcoat, white chemise, stock and lace jabot, long curled natural wig

Samuel Metford (British, 1810-1896) A silhouette of a Naval Officer, full-length, profile to the left, wearing uniform, he holds his cocked hat, his sword by his side

George Perfect Harding (British, circa 1780-1853), after Hans Holbein the Younger (German, circa 1497-1543) Henry VIII (1491-1547), King of England (1509-1547), wearing brown doublet slashed to reveal white, embroidered with gold and bearing gold and onyx buttons, small white collar, fur waistcoat, jewel-set gilt-metal collar, black hat studded with matching jewels and carrying a large white plume

Attributed to Edward Luttrell (Irish, circa 1650-circa 1723) A Gentleman, wearing brown doublet, embroidered and fringed sash over his right shoulder, white stock and cravat, shoulder length natural wig

George Perfect Harding (British, circa 1780-1853), after Hans Holbein the Younger (German, circa 1497-1543) Edward VI (1537–1553), King of England (1547-1553), wearing dark red doublet with gold embroidery, white tasselled collar, crimson over doublet with gold embroidery and ermine trim, jewel-set gilt-metal collar, black hat studded with pearls and dressed with a small white plume

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