Collection of Four 18th Century Engravings
DescriptionA collection of 4 engravings from the late 18th century. Depicting two interior scenes entitled 'The Holstein Priest' by Hogarth and 'People of Nuremburg' published by J. Truster 1791. Another depicting ducks by a pond entitled in Latin 'Ferula Anas Mersa Pterococcus' published by Dr. J. Truster 1789. And one depicting 'The Roman Ladies Saving their Country', 'Engraved for the Ladies Museum', an English monthly women's magazine published between 1798 and 1832. On laid.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and foxing. A 1cm tear to one of the prints, minor creasing and surface dirt to the others.
9.2 x 16.2cm (3.6" x 6.4")Sheet: 12.5 x 21cm (4.9" x 8.3")
|Dimensions||9.2 x 16.2cm|
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