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Royal Presentation Portrait of Queen Victoria, Diamond Jubilee 1897
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Royal Presentation Portrait of Queen Victoria, Diamond Jubilee 1897

Measurements: Overall: 34.5cm (13.5in) x 25.5cm (10in)



The official photogravure portrait of Queen Victoria issued to specified recipients and endorsed with the Queen’s facsimile signature and date. Framed and glazed with a letter to the reverse, addressed to Lord Hill from Sir Arthur Bigge, Private Secretary to the Queen (later Lord Stamfordham), Windsor Castle, 22 December 1897.

Sir Rowland Richard Clegg-Hill, 6th Baronet and 4th Viscount Hill (1863-1923) was a Conservative party peer. He succeeded to the viscountcy created for the Peninsula War and Waterloo General Rowland Hill in 1895.