Royal State Coach, watercolour & ink painting
This is a fine art print of the original watercolour & ink painting of Britain’s longest living monarch, Queen Elizabeth II on a Royal Carriage on Pall Mall in celebration of her 62 years on the throne,
This state coach was designed as a tribute to Britain’s heritage. It was the first one to be built in over 100 years and it had fragments of King Henry VIII’s warship: the Mary Rose, and Lord Nelson’s ship: the Victory, as well as pieces of wood from Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Kensington Palace, and even a supposed piece of Sir Isaac Newton’s apple tree.
It reportedly took £4.5 million to complete the project and is likely worth twice that if sold.
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Watercolour by Marcus Müller
Pictured by Alex Barros