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Queen Charlotte, London, ca. 1770

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Queen Charlotte, London, ca. 1770
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This portrait of Queen Charlotte is a companion to a portrait of King George III, both of which survived in their original frames through the Turnbull family of Portland.

They were printed circa 1770 by Henry Overton, a map and print seller at Newgate, London, and are further distinguished by hand coloring.

The Queen is adorned in a red dress, ermine cape, and black bow, and crowned with a jeweled tiara.

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