Queen helps to remove irreplaceable art treasures to safety

23 November 1992
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Dominion post (Newspaper)

Queen Elizabeth is seen supervising removal of parts of her art collection after the Windsor Castle fire on 20 November, 1992. Two footmen are carrying Heath's cartoon of the Queen performing a haka for Maori on her visit to New Zealand in 1990. She says to them: "Just be careful with that one!" Beefeaters and a corgi are also helping with the move.

Inscriptions: Recto - bottom left - Eric Heath by appointment [in ink]; Dominion ca 8 Oct 1975 [in pencil]

Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s).

Physical Description: Ink and collage on textured paper, 360 x 480 mm

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1 original cartoon(s), Cartoons (Commentary), Ink drawings, Ink and collage on textured paper, 360 x 480 mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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