2 edition of Morning parade at the Tower of London 1880 found in the catalog.
Morning parade at the Tower of London 1880
E. J. Webb-Carter
Written in English
About two prints, ascribed to Edouard Detaille, entitled "Morning parade at the Tower of London" and "Scots Guards in the Park"; the author speculates as to the identity of the regiment depicted in the first print, and considersthe accuracy of the uniforms pictured.
|Statement||Brigadier E. J. Webb-Carter.|
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|Pagination||p. 67-70p.,  plate :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Sources. 1. Jones, N. () Tower: An Epic History of the Tower of London, Windmill Books, p 2. Nichols, J. G (ed) () The Chronicle of Queen Jane and of Two Years of Queen Mary and Especially of the Rebellion of Sir Thomas Wyatt, Written by a Resident in the Tower of London.Ravens in the Tower of London, from London Town () The first two known depictions of ravens in the Tower of London both date from the year One is in a special edition of the newspaper The Pictorial World and the other is from the children's Book London Town,  written by Felix Leigh and illustrated by Thomas Crane and Elizabeth Houghton.Stand in the centre where the bridge opens and enjoy incredible views of the Tower of London.
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