19 May 2005
After James Pollard
London Fire Engines: The Noble Protectors of Lives and Property
etching and aquatint in colours, with hand colouring in watercolour, c. 1830, on wove without a watermark, by R. G. Reeve, published by T. McLean, London, reduced to the image, a (9 cm.) repaired tear to the left sheet edge, a (9 cm.) repaired tear to the right sheet edge, two areas of restored paper loss to the right sheet edge, other shorter repaired tears, framed in a wooden frame
Image: 51 x 74 cm.; Frame: 74 x 96 cm.
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