15 January 2003
JOHANNES KIP (1653-1722), after THOMAS BADESLADE (1718-1715)
Dr. Harris's History of Kent: Eight Plates
eight engravings, circa 1720, with hand-coloring, on laid papers, published in London, all with margins, all with central vertical folds where previously bound, several plates with additional auxiliary folds, all with associated pale staining and minor creasing to varying degrees, otherwise all apparently in good condition, in burl wood frames with gilded trim and French mats with wash lines, not examined out of the frames
all P. approx. 13¾ x 17¼ in. (348 x 437 mm.)
all overall 26 x 31¼ in. (659 x 793 mm.) (8)
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Please note that the correct year of death for Thomas Badeslade is 1750, not 1715 as was originally indicated in the catalogue.
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