Much scandal was raised in the spring of 1786 by the refusal of the King George III and his Minister to relieve the Prince of Wales by paying off his debts. The King and Queen are represented, with their then proverbial avarice, as gathering in for themselves and hoarding up the riches of the treasury, dispensing a share of it only to their German favourites, while the Heir apparent is left in rags and poverty to seek assistance of a foreign prince.
Available to 30 inches.
I restore rare and vintage posters and render them into Museum quality digital versions in large sizes, often up to 60 inches. You will find an interesting selection, plus some fabulous items never before published.
Sold as plain, framed (with more than 250 styles), canvas, or acrylic.
Greetings Cards, and even Metal Sign versions, are also always available!
High quality giclee printing techniques are employed, and all papers and canvasses are acid-free, and use only archival inks that never fade.
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