- Collection of 250 images of elite during Victorian epoch was put together in a 32-page scrapbook
- Some underline famous faces such as Queen Victoria while others uncover eminent families in spontaneous poses
- They date from 1872-1918 and Lord Lucan is suspicion to have acquired a book after it was compiled
- Lucan dead from his London home in 1974 after his children’s nanny Sandra Rivett was murdered
- It’s a second time manuscript has left adult for auction in past 13 years – and it’s approaching to fetch Â£1,000
- Auctioneers in Gloucestershire trust print manuscript was upheld down by generations to Lucan
15:15, 8 Apr 2014
18:02, 8 Apr 2014
A singular print manuscript of a good and good of Victorian England suspicion to have been owned by Lord Lucan is approaching to fetch Â£1,000 during auction.
The collection of 250 fascinating images of a elite were put together in a 32-page scrapbook, that was once hold by a refugee aristocrat.
Some underline famous faces such as Queen Victoria and Prince Albert while others uncover eminent families in some-more spontaneous poses on days out.
The elite during play: The Meade and Clanwilliam families graphic during a spin of a century, in one of many photographs from an manuscript once owned by Lord Lucan
Monarch: Queen Victoria graphic laying a substructure mill to Mar Lodge a Scottish Highland Estate in Aberdeenshire on Oct 15, 1895
Posing for a photograph: From left, Edward Meade, RH Herbert Meade, RH Lord Clanwilliam and Arthur Meade graphic in 1904
Anyone for tennis? Lord Gillford with Lord and Lady Clanwilliam during Admiralty House, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1885
Some of a images in a book – put adult for auction by a poser ‘photography dealer’ – have been cut around like a scrapbook to fit them all into it.
They date from 1872 to 1918 and John Bingham, 7th Earl of Lucan – famous as Lord Lucan – is suspicion to have acquired a book after it was compiled.
The print manuscript was upheld down to him by his father George Charles Patrick Bingham, 6th Earl of Lucan, who was given it by his parents.
consultant Chris Albury, of Dominic Winter auctioneers in South Cerney,
Gloucestershire, pronounced it was an considerable collection.
He added: âThe manuscript is full of portraits from nobles and some royals from a spin of a 20th century.
Fashions of a era: Lady Beatrice Meade and Lady Adelaide Meade (left) and Hon Edward Meade holding George Colville (right) in 1904
Sitting back: Lord Clanwilliams and his 4 daughters relax during Abergeldie Castle nearby Crathie, Aberdeenshire, in 1901
Relative values: The Meade and Clanwilliam families graphic during a spin of a century
Impressive whiskers: Lord Charles Scott graphic in 1881 (left) and The Duke of York, Princess of Wales and Princess Victoria (right)
âA few of a cinema have also been sealed by a photographer that is flattering standard of a time.
know a images belonged to Lord Lucan since we sole a same album
in 2001 and there was a lot of anecdotal justification to advise so. Â
âMy personal favourite is a shot of Queen Victoria, it’s flattering amazing.â
family names that spin adult many frequently in a print manuscript are
Clanwilliam and Meade, with Lucan being on a latter’s family tree.
Expensive tastes: Launch of Prince Henry of Battenberg’s yacht Asphodel by Lady Elizabeth Meade in Cowes, Isle of Wight
High class: HRH Prince Albert Victor of Wales graphic in 1881 (left), and HRH Prince of Wales with Venus his dog and The Duke of York (right)
Painting a scene: Lady Ilchester and Lady Bridport graphic in Oct 1904 on a bank of Loch Rannoch Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Royalty: Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale a grandson of Queen Victoria and Prince George (left) and Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, a third son of Queen Victoria, graphic in Canada in 1870 (right)
His grandparents were Captain
Honourable Edward Dawson of a Royal Navy, who was married to a Lady
Elizabeth Selina Georgiana Meade.
Albury added: âI suppose therefore that itâs left by skirmish to his
father and afterwards him, though thereâs no tenure outline to infer that.
âIt really belonged to his family forebears – though how most he knew about it is not wholly clear.â
dead from his home in London’s Belgravia in 1974 after his
childrenâs nanny Sandra Rivett was murdered after being mistaken for his
Transport: HRH The Duchess of York and her children (left) and Lady Clanwilliam and Elizabeth Meade removing on a tram in Wiesbaden, Germany, in 1891 (right)
With her cat: Mary of Teck who became Princess of Wales, graphic on Nov 9, 1901
Mysterious: Lord Lucan (left) allegedly mistook his childrenâs nanny Sandra Rivett (right) for his mom Veronica, from whom he was estranged, and strike her with lead piping
It is believed that Lucan, a veteran gambler, mistook Mrs Rivett for his mom Veronica, from whom he was estranged, and strike her with lead piping.
Lucan telephoned his mother, seeking her to collect his children, and afterwards gathering to a friendâs residence in East Sussex.
He left hours after and was never seen again. His hermit Hugh Bingham pronounced final year that Lucan died in 2004 and is buried in Africa.
The manuscript has an estimated sale cost of between Â£700 and Â£1,000 and is being sole by Dominic Winter on Thursday.
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