CANNA KOENIGIN CHARLOTTE (Queen Charlotte) by Robert Thompson c.1905


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A very attractive Edwardian botanical print that appeared in Robert Thompson’s Gardener’s Assistant in 1905.

This particular flower takes its name from Queen Charlotte (1744-1828), consort to George III, who was an enthusiastic gardener. Described as a “Patroness of Botany” by her contemporaries, she played an important role in the popularising of gardening in Britain.

  • This is an original chromolithograph
  • Printed area is approximately 16cms by 25cms
  • The print is in very good condition with decent borders. Click on image for a better view.
  • The item is displayed in an acid-fee mount board
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  • Guaranteed to be over 100 years old.
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