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Sir William Jones Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Sir William Jones collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sir W. Jones, (1746-1794), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Sir W. Jones, (1746-1794), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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James Neale of Corsham, 1726, (1924). Artist: Sir William Jones
James Neale of Corsham, 1726, (1924). Artist: Sir William Jones
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Letters from Dr Beattie to David Garrick and from Sir William Jones, 1771, (1840)
Letters from Dr Beattie to David Garrick and from Sir William Jones, 1771, (1840)
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Sir William Jones, 18th century philologist, orientalist and jurist, c1819. Artist: Holl
Sir William Jones, 18th century philologist, orientalist and jurist, c1819. Artist: Holl
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Sir William Jones, 18th century English philologist, (1836).Artist: James Posselwhite
Sir William Jones, 18th century English philologist, (1836).Artist: James Posselwhite
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Sir William Jones, English orientalist, philologist and jurist, (1832).Artist: J Cochran
Sir William Jones, English orientalist, philologist and jurist, (1832).Artist: J Cochran
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Letters from Dr Beattie to David Garrick and from Sir William Jones, 1771, (1840). Artist: James Beattie Featured Print

Letters from Dr Beattie to David Garrick and from Sir William Jones, 1771, (1840). Artist: James Beattie

Extract of a letter from Dr Beattie to David Garrick and from Sir William Jones, 1771, (1840). Extract of a letter from Dr Beattie to Garrick, presenting his poem of The Minstrel. Part of a letter from Sir William Jones, on the study of English law. Illustration from Historical and Literary Curiosities consisting of Fac-similies of Original Documents, by Charles John Smith, (Henry G Bohn, London, 1840)

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