Sir Edward Walker (1612-1677), Secretary to Charles I
Sitter in 5 portraits
King Charles I; Sir Edward Walker
by Unknown artistoil on canvas, circa 1650On display in Room 5 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 1961
King Charles I and Sir Edward Walker
after Unknown artistline engraving, mid to late 17th centuryNPG D26326
after Unknown artistline engraving, mid to late 17th centuryNPG D26327
Sir Edward Walker
after Unknown artist, published by John Thaneline engraving, early 19th centuryNPG D27860
by Thomas Priscottstipple and line engraving, early 19th centuryNPG D29837
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