Buckinghamshire Artillery Corps (1844), Fores's Yeomanry Costumes, plate 2 (PRINT) To His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and the Gentlemen of the Corps, these engravings are respectfully dedicated, by their obliged and humble servants the Publisher,

MARTENS (H.).

Published by London Messrs Fores at their Sporting and Fine Print Repository & Frame Manufactory 41 Piccadilly Corner of Sackville Street n.d
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a handcoloured aquatint engraved by J. Harris after a painting by H. Martens, a single sheet, coloured surface measuring 295mm by 238mm. with printed captions and wide margins, overall measurement 480mm by 378mm. with plate-mark, late impression or sometimes known as a restrike printed by hand from the original antique printing plate and coloured by hand in watercolours, suitable for framing, In very fine fresh condition, colours unfaded. One of a series of handcoloured engarved Yeomanry costume prints originally published in 1844. This print depicts a scene of a central cavalryman mounted on horseback with mounted cavalrymen in background, with gun carriage and cannon. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: London Messrs Fores at their Sporting and Fine Print Repository & Frame Manufactory 41 Piccadilly Corner of Sackville Street n.d

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MARTENS (H.).
Published by London Messrs Fores at their Sporting and Fine Print Repository & Frame Manufactory 41 Piccadilly Corner of Sackville Street n.d
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Book Description London Messrs Fores at their Sporting and Fine Print Repository & Frame Manufactory 41 Piccadilly Corner of Sackville Street n.d. a handcoloured aquatint engraved by J. Harris after a painting by H. Martens, a single sheet, coloured surface measuring 295mm by 238mm. with printed captions and wide margins, overall measurement 480mm by 378mm. with plate-mark, late impression or sometimes known as a restrike printed by hand from the original antique printing plate and coloured by hand in watercolours, suitable for framing, In very fine fresh condition, colours unfaded. One of a series of handcoloured engarved Yeomanry costume prints originally published in 1844. This print depicts a scene of a central cavalryman mounted on horseback with mounted cavalrymen in background, with gun carriage and cannon. Seller Inventory # 8878

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