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After Major W.G.R. Masters

Bombardment of the Forts at the Entrance of the Peiho River, 25th June, 1859, by T.G. Dutton

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After Major W.G.R. Masters
Bombardment of the Forts at the Entrance of the Peiho River, 25th June, 1859, by T.G. Dutton
coloured lithograph, published by Day & Son, London, margins trimmed, some time staining and surface dirt, unframed
12 x 19in. (32.4 x 49.5cm.)4
a quantity of unframed prints including a representation of the steam boats, prepared for the Greeks, after W.J. Huggins, H.M. Queen Victoria's tour thro the fleet in the harbour of Cork, after Lt. J. Jones, H.M.S. Queen being towed out of Malta Harbour, after Lt. G.P. Mends, the loss of Her Majesty's steam frigate Avenger after T.G. Dutton, the loss of the Isis, after W.J. Huggins, the Soho after W.J. Huggins, six unframed plates of scenes in the Crimea, after W. Simpson, storm in Balaklava Bay, after Lt. M. O'Reilly and others and an unframed watercolour of a ship at anchor in Far Eastern waters
by W.G.R. Masters (25)
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