Photo, Print, Drawing This accurate representation of Edward Oxford shooting at the Queen, on being held before a strong light, magically discovers the means which saved old England's hope from the assassin's aim!! God saved the Queen! / / W. Clerk, lith., 202 High, Holborn.

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Title
This accurate representation of Edward Oxford shooting at the Queen, on being held before a strong light, magically discovers the means which saved old England's hope from the assassin's aim!! God saved the Queen! / / W. Clerk, lith., 202 High, Holborn.
Summary
Print shows Edward Oxford shooting at Queen Victoria as she rode in a carriage with Prince Albert on Constitution Hill on June 10, 1840.
Contributor Names
Clerk, W., lithographer
Created / Published
London : Glover & Co. Publishers, Water Lane, Fleet St., [1840s?]
Subject Headings
-  Victoria,--Queen of Great Britain,--1819-1901--Assassination attempts--England--London
-  Oxford, Edward,--1822-1900
-  Shooting--England--London--1840-1850
-  Criminals--England--London--1840-1850
Format Headings
Cartoons (Commentary)--British--1840-1850.
Lithographs--British--1840-1850.
Genre
Cartoons (Commentary)--British--1840-1850
Lithographs--British--1840-1850
Notes
-  Title from item.
-  In: Unpublished P&P checklist, "British Political and Social Cartoons, 1655-1832 ... not in the published catalogs of the British Museum," compiled in 1968 (NC 1470.M4. Vol.1).
-  Printed at bottom: "(Designed by the Great Wizard!)."
-  Not found in British Museum Catalogue (BMC).
-  Most images available on microfilm, "British Political and Social Cartoons, 1655-1832, not in the British Museum," produced by the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1970 (Microfilm LOT 12022). Unpublished checklist provides captions for images on microfilm.
-  Forms part of: British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress).
Medium
1 print : lithograph ; sheet 179 x 194 mm.
Call Number/Physical Location
PC 2 - This accurate representation of Edward Oxford (A size) [P&P]
Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
Digital Id
ds 09604 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ds.09604
Library of Congress Control Number
2006678821
Reproduction Number
LC-DIG-ds-09604 (digital file from original)
Rights Advisory
No known restrictions on publication.
Access Advisory
A microfilm surrogate is provided in preference to the original, as per Divisional preservation policy (Microfilm LOT 12022, reel 1).
Language
English
Online Format
image
Description
1 print : lithograph ; sheet 179 x 194 mm. | Print shows Edward Oxford shooting at Queen Victoria as she rode in a carriage with Prince Albert on Constitution Hill on June 10, 1840.
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2006678821
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  • Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication.
  • Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ds-09604 (digital file from original)
  • Call Number: PC 2 - This accurate representation of Edward Oxford (A size) [P&P]
  • Access Advisory: A microfilm surrogate is provided in preference to the original, as per Divisional preservation policy (Microfilm LOT 12022, reel 1).

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Clerk, W., Lithographer. This accurate representation of Edward Oxford shooting at the Queen, on being held before a strong light, magically discovers the means which saved old England's hope from the assassin's aim!! God saved the Queen! / / W. Clerk, lith., 202 High, Holborn. England London, 1840. [London: Glover & Co. Publishers, Water Lane, Fleet St., s?] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2006678821/.

APA citation style:

Clerk, W. (1840) This accurate representation of Edward Oxford shooting at the Queen, on being held before a strong light, magically discovers the means which saved old England's hope from the assassin's aim!! God saved the Queen! / / W. Clerk, lith., 202 High, Holborn. England London, 1840. [London: Glover & Co. Publishers, Water Lane, Fleet St., s?] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2006678821/.

MLA citation style:

Clerk, W., Lithographer. This accurate representation of Edward Oxford shooting at the Queen, on being held before a strong light, magically discovers the means which saved old England's hope from the assassin's aim!! God saved the Queen! / / W. Clerk, lith., 202 High, Holborn. [London: Glover & Co. Publishers, Water Lane, Fleet St., s?] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2006678821/>.