King George I representing royalty
|Caption||King George I representing royalty; a bishop representing episcopacy; and a lawyer representing law. Engraving by J Moore, 18 – after W Hogarth, 1724. King George I, with a guinea coin for a head, is holding a sceptre and an orb; a bishop suffering from gout is resting his leg on a pillow; a lawyer in lavish dress has a mallet for a head. Created 18 –. Contributors: William Hogarth (1697–1764); J Moore, engraver. Work ID: jmznmat2.|
|King George I representing royalty Engravings William Hogarth engraver J Moore engraver|
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