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Colour print from Vanity Fair, with accompanying commentary by Jehu Junior. In very good condition. A couple of foxing spots to margin. Else clean and unmarked. Two pages. Caricature of The Prince of Monaco. Albert-Honoré-Charles Grimaldi (1889–1922), seaman, amateur oceanographer, and patron of the sciences, whose contributions to the development of oceanography included innovations in oceanographic equipment and technique and the founding and endowment of Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (1899) and the Oceanographic Institute in Paris (1906).
Title: “The Prince of Monaco”. ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Princes.- No.XXII. The Prince of Monaco
Categories: SPY - PRINTS,
Publisher: Vanity Fair. London. 7/06/1900:
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Seller ID: 55800
Keywords: SPY - PRINTS SPY, Sir Leslie Ward, “The Prince of Monaco”, Albert-Honoré-Charles Grimaldi, Vanity Fair, Jehu Junior, seaman, oceanographer, Oceanographic Institute,