London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
Egypt & Nubia
10 carbon prints. 1868-69. 9 signed/initialled and/or titled/dated in negatives; each with printed credit, publisher's copyright credits and series' title, publisher's blindstamp credit, printed description label with number on mount.
Each approx. 16 x 20.5cm. or reverse. (10)
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Taken during Good's second tour in winter of 1868-69 to Egypt and Nubia. The carbon prints were printed and published by the Autotype Company upon his return to England.
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