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Edward Cecil Guinness, Lord Iveagh

"Guinness Trust"

Inheritor of the Guinness Brewery Fortune

This well dressed casual chap,  Edward Cecil Guinness, is the heir to the Guinness brewery fortune and is shown here in 1890 by the artistry of Sir Leslie Ward of Vanity Fair with his new title as the Earl of Iveagh. The symbol of his peerage is shown by the crown in the upper right corner.

The Jehu Junior biography of Lord Iveagh published with the print plays off the references to the famous Guinness Stout and is shown below. It is included with the print.

This print comes already matted to a standard 16 x 20" frame size so it will be easy and inexpensive to frame and is enclosed in a protective plastic sleeve. As shown above, there are a few foxing smudges on the bottom margin and a paperclip rust remnant on the top left margin. With cane and tall spats, Guinness strikes a jaunty pose in this print.

Price: $35

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