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The Burning of the Theatre in Richmond, Virginia, on the Night of the 26th. December 1811, By which awful Calamity, upwards of One Hundred of its most valuable Citizens suddenly lost their lives, and many others, were much injured.

B. Tanner

Published by B. Tanner, 1805
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Engraving with hand color. Published Feby. 25th. by B. Tanner. No. 74 South 8th. St. Philadelphia. Some tearing at upper margin corners, but not of image itself. Colors are still very strong. Sheet size: 14 1/2 x 18". Inventory#: p738pmat. Bookseller Inventory # 000738


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Title: The Burning of the Theatre in Richmond, ...

Publisher: B. Tanner

Publication Date: 1805

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Book Condition: Good

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Address: Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.

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Store Description: Arader Galleries has specialized in the field of color plate books and early works on paper for over thirty years. The size and quality of our inventory is second to no other dealer. We are committed to building the finest art and book collections for our clients. We welcome the opportunity to work with you. Lori Cohen, Gallery Director, has worked in the international fine art market for 22 years. She advises museums and libraries on acquisitions as well as distinguished private and corporate collections throughout the United States and Europe.