File:George III 1762.jpg
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|Title||Portrait of George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820)|
|Dimensions||50.2 × 35.1 cm (19.8 × 13.8 in)|
National Portrait Gallery, London: NPG D11286
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|Author||National Portrait Gallery London|
|Date and time of data generation||4 May 2012|
|Horizontal resolution||72 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||72 dpi|
|Software used||GIMP 2.4.7|
|File change date and time||12:15, 3 June 2012|
|Image height||581 px|
|Image width||800 px|
|Date and time of digitizing||16:16, 29 August 2008|
|Date metadata was last modified||19:19, 2 April 2012|
|Credit/Provider||National Portrait Gallery London|
|Source||National Portrait Gallery London|
|Writer||National Portrait Gallery London - www.npg.org.uk|
|Headline||NPG D11286; King George III by William Pether, published by Henry Parker, and published by John Boydell, after Thomas Frye|
|Special instructions||Unauthorised reproduction prohibited. For authorisation contact firstname.lastname@example.org www.npg.org.uk|
|Type of item||Portrait|
|Contact information|| email@example.com
St Martin's Place
London, , WC2H 0HE United Kingdom
|Online copyright statement||www.npg.org.uk|
|Unique ID of original document||uuid:A8A17D41D5C3DD118295FA080E6B66E8|
|City shown||London, St Martin's Place, WC2 0HE|
|Country shown||United Kingdom|
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