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File:Marquess of Waterford.jpg


Artist Robert Thorburn (1818-1885)
English: Miniature of the Marquess of Waterford dressed in Eglinton armour
English: The Marquess of Waterford (Henry Beresford, 3rd Marquess of Waterford) dressed in Eglinton armour
Date 1840
Medium watercolor on ivory
Dimensions 15.8 × 11.5 cm (6.2 × 4.5 in)
Accession number P.35-1987
Source/Photographer The Amica Library

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