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11/22/2017 09:02 AM
1841 HAND COLORED ENGRAVING OF BEAUFORT COACH
age: 150+ years old
size: 24 inches wide, 29 inches long
composition: wood and glass frame, paper
comments: An 1841 hand colored engraving entitled, "The Duke of Beaufort Coach" "Starting from the Bull & Mouth Regents Circus, Piccadilly". "London, 1841, published by I.W. Laird, 1 Leadenhall St." Signed under engraving, "Engraved by Charles Hunt" "Painted by W. J. Shayer". Engraving is mounted in an antique wood frame with wood panel backing. Condition is fair with some fading, spotting, moisture spots and some staining on engraving. Wood frame shows some wear but is structurally sound. Must be seen to be truly appreciated. We encourage you to come in and view.
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