DescriptionGeorge IV Clipped Signature and Coronation Pass. Small slip of paper, 4.25" x 2" (sight), likely cut from a larger document, signed "George PR", as Prince Regent. Framed beneath an admission pass to George IV's coronation ceremony (10" x 9.25", sight) in 1821. No. 353, and signed by Lady Georgiana Paget (later Lady Crofton), who was sat in "Lord Stewart's Box, Poets' Corner" in Westminster Abbey. Also signed in the lower left corner by Lord Howard of Effingham, the Deputy Earl Marshal of England. The invitations, beautifully printed by Branston and Whiting and H. Dobbs, has a blue and black image of King George on the throne, flanked by female allegories. Matted and framed to an overall size of 13.5" x 16.25".
Condition: Toned, with some light soiling on right side of signature and along bottom margin of the ticket. Pass has been folded in half, resulting in light cracks along said fold.
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