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The Queen Passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords, from The Illustrated London News, 30th January 1886

by (after) Overend, William Heysham

The Queen Passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords, from The Illustrated London News, 30th January 1886 - (after) Overend, William Heysham
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The Queen Passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords, from The Illustrated London News, 30th January 1886 - (after) Overend, William Heysham

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English: "The Queen Passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords, from The Illustrated London News, 30th January 1886" oil on Canvas.
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1886

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(after) Overend, William Heysham

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