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James III of Scotland (1452-1488), King of Scotland, reigned 1460-88

Sitter in 6 portraits

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D42375

James III of Scotland

by Richard Gaywood
etching, circa 1655
NPG D42375

D29277

Scottish Royals

by James Clark
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D29277

D42376

James III of Scotland

by Richard Gaywood
etching and line engraving, circa 1655, published 1681
NPG D42376

D23900

King James III of Scotland

after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D23900

D42377

James III of Scotland; James IV of Scotland; Margaret of Denmark

after Hugo van der Goes
photogravure, published 1902 (1478-1480)
NPG D42377

D42378

James III of Scotland; James IV of Scotland; Margaret of Denmark

after Hugo van der Goes
photogravure, published 1902 (1478-1480)
NPG D42378

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