Speaker's State Coach, c.1905 Framed & Mounted Print
This black and white photograph from 1905 shows the Speaker's State Coach in Speaker's Court.
The Speaker’s State Coach is a rare example of 17th century coach design and is one of only a handful surviving in Europe from this period. It is thought to have been made for King William III and Queen Mary II in the 1690s. It is the oldest of three great ceremonial coaches in Britain, the others being the Royal Gold State Coach and the Lord Mayor’s Coach.
The image has been reproduced from the original glass plate negative held in the Parliamentary Archives.
All our fine art prints are produced on heavy (200gsm) museum-quality paper with a textured, matt finish. Our framed and mounted prints use high-quality wood milled with simple clean lines and a satin finish.
- Off-white matt window mount
- Handmade by specialist picture framers
- Delivered ready for hanging
Please note, all our prints include a small, unobtrusive credit line in a corner of the image. The credit line on this image is as follows: Speaker’s State Coach, c.1905 © Parliamentary Archives, FAR/1/3
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