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Print, 'King Henry IV', published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, ca. 19th century
Print depicting William Parsons as Dumps in the Natural Son, published by John Bell, London, 12th December 1792, Harry Beard Collection
Print depicting William Parsons as Justice Shallow in King Henry IV, published by John Bell, London, 12th December 1785, Harry Beard Collection
Print depicting John Palmer as the Earl of Warwick in King Henry IV Part III, published by John Bell, London, 9th May 1786, Harry Beard Collection
Engraved portrait of the actor William Charles Macready (1793-1873), in the title role of Henry IV, by William Shakespeare (1564-1616), early nineteenth century. Harry Beard Collection
Print depicting William Thomas Lewis as the Prince of Wales in Henry IV, part 1, published by John Bell, London, 18th January 1786. Harry Beard Collection
Print depicting William Thomas Lewis as the Prince of Wales in Henry IV, part 1, published late 18th century. Harry Beard Collection
Print, Charles Kemble as Hotspur in Henry IV, part 1', engraving by Picart, from a painting by Boaden, ca. 1825, Harry Beard Collection
Projected costume design by Theodore Komisarjevsky for Simon Shadow in William Shakespeare's play Henry IV Part II, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, ca.1932.
Costume design for Gloucester by Audrey Cruddas, Henry IV, Part 2, Old Vic, April 28th 1955
Drawing by Feliks Topolski of a scene from a production of Henry V, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1975
Plastic moulded Timpo fort or castle with some Timpo accessories and other figures made in England in the 1960s
Poster advertising Henry IV and Henry V at Theatre Royal, Bath, 1986
Poster advertising The Wars of the Roses at Theatre Royal, Bath, 1987
Poster advertising Pirandello's Henry IV at Theatre Royal, Bath, 1990
Poster advertising Henry IV and Henry V at Empire Theatre, Sunderland, 1987
Poster advertising Henry IV and Henry V at the Round House, 1974
Programme poster advertising the Royal Shakespeare Company's final performances of their first season at the Barbican Theatre, 10 January to 19 March 1983
Poster advertising Henry IV, parts 1 and 2
Poster advertising Henry IV Part 2
Poster advertising Henry IV Part 1
Poster advertising Henry IV [and] Henry V
Poster advertising Henry IV
Pen and ink caricature by John Jensen of Paul Bacon, Rex Harrison, Yvonne Mitchell and James Falkner in Pirandello's Henry lV. Published in The Tatler, April 1974.
Watercolour by William Heath entitled 'Doll Tearsheet and Mistress Quickly hauled off to prison by the Beadles', illustrating Shakespeare, Henry IV., part II, Act V., Scene 4. Great Britain, ca. 1820-1840.
Watercolour by John Masey Wright entitled 'Falstaff, Prince Henry and Poins', from Act I, Scene 2 of Shakespeare's 'King Henry IV'. Great Britain, ca. early 19th century.
Albumen photograph by Eugène Atget, late 19th century or early 20th century, Lycee Henry IV, Paris, France
Copy of manuscript
Copy of manuscript with quarterings of Henry IV. King of France and Navarre. Copied by David Thomas Powell, Britain, 1837.
Print depicting the interior of the Trinity Chapel, Canterbury Cathedral. Etching by John Moyr Smith, 1890.
Etching of the Duc d'Orleans being forced to salute the statue of Henry IV, from a red leather bound volume of 22 scenes illustrating events during the French Revolution and the Directoire. Taken from the 'Tableaux Historiques de la Revolution Française'. France, 1804.
Print, portrait of Henry IV, King of France and Navarre, engraving by Cherubino Alberti, 1595.
Print depicting the assassination of Henry IV, King of France and Navarre, engraving by Gaspar Bouttats, mid-17th century.
Print, portrait of Henry IV, King of France and Navarre, engraving by Crispijn de Passe I, 1596.
Henry IV (obv. only); Electrotype G Dupre/Liard ? 19thC
Henry IV & Maria de Medicis/3 figures; Electrotype orig. 1605 G Dupre/Liard ? 19thC
Henry IV ? (obv. only); Electrotype Liard ? 19thC
Henry IV & Maria de Medicis/as greek gods; Bronze orig. 1603 G Dupre/Liard 19thC
Medal, bronze, Jean du Caylar de Saint-Bonnet, by Guillaume Dupré, France, dated 1634
Medal, bronze, Christine de France, by Guillaume Dupré, France, dated 1635
Medal, bronze, King Louis XIII, by Guillaume Dupré, France, dated 1610
Medal, bronze, Marie de Medicis, by Guillaume Dupré, France, ca. 1600
Medal, silver gilt, Henry IV of France and Marie de' Medicis, by Philippe Danfrie the Elder, French, 1604
Medal, bronze, Marie de Médicis, by Guillaume Dupré, France, dated 1624
Medal, silver-gilt, Henri IV, King of France and Marie de Medicis, by Guillaume Dupré, France, dated 1603
Medal, bronze, Henri de Maleyssic, by Abraham Dupré, after a model by his father Guillaume Dupré, France, dated 1635
Plaque, tortoiseshell gilt, portrait of Henry IV, French, 17th - 18th century
Medal, Restoration of the Statue of Henry IV, struck bronze, by Bertrand Andrieu, French, 19th century, 1817.
Medal, one bronze, one aluminium, struck for the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Shrewsbury, England, dated 1903
Panel of clear and coloured glass painted with brown/black pigment and silver (yellow) stain. Depicting the arms of England as displayed between c.1406 and 1603, with the Yorkist and Tudor roses and a medallion with the initials of Katherine Parr. English, between 1543 and 1547.
Medallion plaque, bronze, bust of Pierre Jeannin, by Guillaume Dupre, French, 1618
Medal, Louis XVIII (obverse), statue of Henry IV restored (reverse), struck bronze, by Bertrand Andrieu, French, 19th century, 1817.
Medal, silver of Henri IV of France and Marie de Medicis. French, 1603.
Poster for Prospect Theatre Company's production of Shakespeare's Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 at The Round House, London, September 5th - 21st 1974
Marble statue of Apollo by Pietro Francavilla, Florence 1577
Statuette of Richard II holding the crown. Terracotta by Angela Gibson, 1964.
Marble statue of Zephyr by Pietro Francavilla, Florence 1577
Tile illustrated with a scene from Shakespeare's play The Merry Wives of Windsor. Transfer print, hand-coloured, by Florian Studios, Saxmundham. Issued on the 400th anniversay of the birth of Shakespeare.