The Royal Oak
Pen, Ink & Watercolour
A 19th century caricature drawing of the Royal Oak, the tree in Boscobel Wood within which the future King Charles II hid to escape the Roundheads following the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Inscribed along the bottom – The Royal Oak (over-written by a later hand) / The Penderell family have no idea where Charles is!
Indistinctly signed. Laid on a decorative printed card.
From a collection of unframed artwork offered for a limited period at a keen price. No trade discount is available and postage will be additional at cost.
Item Ref. 2806g
Size: sheet, 279 x 228mm