Print: Le Blond LB 21 - “The town is shown in the foreground, and the confluence of the Rhine with the Nahe is seen in the distance, and close by it stands the famous mouse tower - an isolated building associated with which is the story of Bishop Hatto and the rats related by Southey. In the distance are the hills, on the left a large Roman ruin”
It was used as an illustration to Renshaw's Ladies' Pocket-book for 1852.
Size (cm ht x w): 5.7 x 9.1 (print)
State: Unmounted on trimmed embossed scrapbook page
Condition: Excellent colours
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