London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A PAIR OF COLOURED AQUATINTS OF THE RACES HORSES 'PLENIPOTENTIARY' AND 'LAUNCELOT'
PUBLISHED BY S.&J.FULLER, ONE DATED 1834, AFTER JOHN FREDERICK HERRING (1795-1865)
'Plenipotentiary' winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1834; 'Launcelot' winner of the Great St Leger Stakes at Doncaster, 1840
20 x 23½in. (50.8 x 59.5cm.) overall (2)
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