London, South Kensington
23 September 1999
BUCKLE, Claude R.I.
ST. ALBANS ABBEY, BRITISH RAILWAYS, LONDON MIDLAND REGION
lithograph in colours, c.1950, printed by The Baynard Press, London, vertical and horizontal fold marks, minor defects, otherwise generally in excellent condition
40 x 50in. (102 x 127cm.)
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