Coronation Coat of Arms for Queen Victoria, 1837
Coronation Coat of Arms for Queen Victoria, 1837
Coronation Coat of Arms for Queen Victoria, 1837
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Coronation Coat of Arms for Queen Victoria, 1837

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Overall: 42cm (16.5in) x 48.5cm (19.25in) 

Oil on panel. Emblazoned with the Royal Arms within a lozenge as appropriate to the young Queen Victoria as a heraldic heiress, encircled by the Garter motto ‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’, beneath a QV crown, flanked by lion and unicorn supporters, all above the motto ‘Dieu et Mon Droit’ (God and my right). Contained within a period frame.