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Charles Tilt (1797-1861), Bookseller and publisher

Artist associated with 12 portraits

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D33246

Richard ('Dick') Whittington ('Whittington and his cat, and the old cook')

by Filippo Pistrucci, published by Charles Tilt
lithograph, published 1829
NPG D33246

D42119

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

by Edward Scriven, published by Charles Tilt
stipple engraving, published 1 October 1830
NPG D42119

D8129

King William IV; Queen Adelaide (Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen)

published by T. Bird, published by Rudolph Ackermann, published by Charles Tilt
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1 July 1830
NPG D8129

D11137

(Augusta) Ada King (née Byron), Countess of Lovelace

by William Henry Mote, published by John Samuel Murray, and published by Charles Tilt, after Frank Stone
stipple engraving, published 1 June 1832
NPG D11137

D35769

Sarah Sophia Child-Villiers (née Fane), Countess of Jersey

by Henry Thomas Ryall, published by John Samuel Murray, sold by Charles Tilt, after Edmund Thomas Parris
stipple engraving, published 1833
NPG D35769

D1373

John Samuel Murray

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Charles Tilt, after Henry William Pickersgill
engraving, 1833
NPG D1373

D33565

Queen Victoria

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Hodgson, Boys & Graves, and published by Charles Tilt, and published by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after Richard Westall
line engraving, published April 1834
NPG D33565

D35041

Queen Victoria

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Hodgson, Boys & Graves, and published by Charles Tilt, and published by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after Richard Westall
line engraving, published April 1834
NPG D35041

D8350

Matthew Gregory Lewis

by J. Hollis, published by John Samuel Murray, sold by Charles Tilt, after George Henry Harlow
stipple engraving, published 1834
NPG D8350

D18719

Queen Victoria

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Hodgson, Boys & Graves, and published by Charles Tilt, and published by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after Richard Westall
line engraving, published April 1834
NPG D18719

D14423

John Samuel Murray

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Charles Tilt, after Henry William Pickersgill
stipple engraving, published 1837
NPG D14423

D34639

Miss Gore

by William Henry Mote, published by Charles Tilt, published by David Bogue, after William Drummond
stipple engraving, published 1 November 1842
NPG D34639

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