London, South Kensington
17 February 2008
A SET OF FOURTEEN TOPOGRAPHICAL PRINTS OF CORK CITY AND ENVIRONS
By W. Spreat of Exeter, each bearing an inscribed label to the reverse with a title, some faded, and including the following: Looking to Blackbeach; Queenstown, Cork Harbour; East Grove, East Ferry; Coolmore, from Bayview; Glenbrook Baths; Monkstown; Inchera from Dundanion; Lough Mahon; and Cork Harbour
11 x 13½ in. (28 x 34.3 cm.) overall
Each in giltwood frames with verre eglomisé mounts and each bearing a paper label inscribed 'FOTA' (on the reverse of the mount) (14)
Fota House, Fota Island, County Cork, Ireland.
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