PHYSIOGNOMICAL PORTRAITS. One Hundred Distinguished Characters. From undoubted Originals. Engraved in the Line Manner, by the most Eminent British Artists. VOLUME FIRST.
by Walmsley, Edward (named in dedication to George IV)
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- PHYSIOGNOMICAL PORTRAITS. One Hundred Distinguished Characters. From undoubted Originals. Engraved in the Line Manner, by the most Eminent British Artists. VOLUME FIRST.
- Walmsley, Edward (named in dedication to George IV)
- Plates (52) on India paper including pictorial engraved titlepage and engraved portrait to dedication, by Sir Thomas. Lawrence,
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- John Major, Robert Jennings & Robert Triphook first edition.
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- 1822 - 1824
- portraits biography engravings proofs
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