Edward King (1829-1910), Bishop of Lincoln
Sitter in 6 portraits
by Alfred Miller Emarycarbon print, 1905-1910NPG P1700(95)
by Hills & Saundersalbumen cabinet card, circa 1880-1894NPG x159226
Edward King with four unidentified others
by Unknown photographeralbumen cabinet card, circa 1885NPG x19142
by Samuel Alexander Walker, printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltdcarbon print, published September 1889NPG Ax38337
by Harrison of Lincoln, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltdbromide print, 1900-1906NPG x19143
Edward King ('Men of the Day. No. 481.')
by Sir Leslie Wardchromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 September 1890NPG D44507
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