RepositoryRoyal Archives
CollectionAdditional papers of George IV, as Prince, Regent, and King
Record TypeCorrespondence
ReferenceGEO/ADD/3/85
TitleScrapbook
Date[1818-1861]
DescriptionIncluding letter, copy letter, and design of rug presented to William IV by Messrs William and George Clayton, November 1832; memorandum by George Clayton, 4 November 1832; samples of fabrics used in the coronation of George IV, 19 July 1821, comprising cloth of gold upon which peers knelt when offering allegiance, gold covering with flower motif of the canopy borne over George IV by the Barons of the Cinque Ports, gold covering of St Edward's Chair, blue and gold cover with floral motif of communion table, gold 'offering Carpet' with flower motif, and gold covering with floral motif of the Recognition Chair, footstool, and cushion used to convey crown. Covering of the pall for annointing George IV missing; blue covering of the coffin of George III, [1820]. Covering of coffin of Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III missing, [1818].
With loose cross-hatched letter from John Macpherson-Macneil of Kingston, Jamaica to Mrs Wyburn enclosing a sample of tartan [missing] identical to that worn by Prince Charles at the Battle of Culloden, 7 November 1832;
LanguageEnglish
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GEO_ADD_3_85.pdf

Extent1 volume, 1 document
Physical DescriptionHard back stamped 'Sarah E. Clayton' in gold leaf on front cover
LevelItem
Custodial HistoryDonated 2006. Prior history of this document is not known.
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