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Edward King (1829-1910), Bishop of Lincoln

Sitter in 6 portraits

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P1700(95)

Edward King

by Alfred Miller Emary
carbon print, 1905-1910
NPG P1700(95)

x159226

Edward King

by Hills & Saunders
albumen cabinet card, circa 1880-1894
NPG x159226

x19142

Edward King with four unidentified others

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, circa 1885
NPG x19142

Ax38337

Edward King

by Samuel Alexander Walker, printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd
carbon print, published September 1889
NPG Ax38337

x19143

Edward King

by Harrison of Lincoln, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide print, 1900-1906
NPG x19143

D44507

Edward King ('Men of the Day. No. 481.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 September 1890
NPG D44507

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