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George Graham, Clockmaker

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Thomas Ryley (mid 18th century), after Thomas Hudson
George Graham, Clockmaker
mezzotint on wove paper, trimmed within the plate mark, published by R.Sayer, London
unframed
S. 13½ x 9¾in. (34.3 x 24.7cm.)
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Lot Essay

George Graham is best known as a leading horologist and maker of scientific instruments in the 18th century, but his contribution to the study of astronomy was also of great importance and significance.

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