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Artikelnummer:142815286134- Original stipple engraving by Daniel ORME anno 1797 - ORIGINAL Radierung in Punktiermanier von Daniel ORME Brown, Mather, born 1761 - died 1831 (painter) Orme, Daniel, born 1766 - died 1848 (engraver) - An interior scene in which Lord Grenville introduces the Ambassador of the Ottoman Empire to George III while various officers of state look on.-"To His Grace the Duke of Leeds Governor of the United Turkey Company, This Plate of His Majesty and the Officers of State Receiving the Turkish Ambassador and Suit Is humbly Dedicated by His Grace's most devoted Servant Dan.l. Orme.Lord Salisbury - M.r. Pitt - His Majesty - Lord Chancellor - Master of Ceremonies - Lord Grenville. Turkish Ambassador - Chevalier Mavroudi - Derviche Effandi - Secretary - Enterpreter. Painted by M. Brown Historical Painter to their R. H. The Duke & Duchess of York. Engraved by D. Orme Historical Engraver to His Majesty& his R. H. The Prince of Wales.Sold & Published Jan.y. 1797 by Edw.d. Orme Jun.r. N.o.25, Conduit Street, Hanover Square." - Sultan Selim III set up permanent embassies in Prussia, France and Austria, and sent out the first resident Turkish Ambassador to the Court of St. James, Yusuf Aga Efendi. He arrived in London in London in December 1793. He is shown here presenting his credentials to George III. Significantly, the print, after a large painting by Brown, is dedicated to His Grace The Duke of Leeds, Governor of the United Turkey Company. The trade between Turkey and Britain continued virtually uninterrupted for about 340 years, from the foundation of the Turkey Company in 1581 until the outbreak of the First World War. -Entstehungsdatum: anno 1796Blattgröße / size of the leaf: ca. 59 cm x 48,5 cm Zustand: - siehe Photos - (bitte XXL Funktion verwenden) -- Condition: - Take a good look at the pictures -
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RARE 1797 TURKEY COMPANY in Britain, OTTOMAN EMPIRE OSMANISCHES REICH Radierung