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Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt (1843-1914), Politician and warden of All Souls College, Oxford

Sitter in 6 portraits

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P1700(43)

Encaenia at the University of Oxford

by Unknown photographer
printing-out paper print, 21 June 1899
NPG P1700(43)

x8266

Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1901
NPG x8266

x8267

Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1901
NPG x8267

D20783

Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt

after Henry John Stock
collotype, (1907)
NPG D20783

D18069

Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt

after Henry John Stock
collotype, (1907)
NPG D18069

D45070

Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt ('Statesmen. No. 737.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 June 1901
NPG D45070

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