• Travel, Science & Natural Hist auction at Christies

    Sale 5809

    Travel, Science & Natural History

    15 October 2009, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 100

    W. Pyott (late 18th century), after Charles Frederick De Breda

    The Benevolent Effects of Abolishing Slavery, or the Planter instructing his Negro

    Price Realised  

    W. Pyott (late 18th century), after Charles Frederick De Breda
    The Benevolent Effects of Abolishing Slavery, or the Planter instructing his Negro
    mezzotint on laid paper, good impression with margins, published by W.Pyott, London, 1792
    unframed
    S. 19¼ x 15in. (49 x 38cm.)
    with a mixed method engraving of a scene on the deck of a slave ship entitled 'Scene on the Coast of Africa', by Charles Wagstaff, after A.F.Biard, published 1844; and a portrait mezzotint of Thomas Clarkson, by C.Turner (3)


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