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Print: Baxter CL 4a – One of Baxter earliest prints and used exclusively as the frontispiece in Robert Mudie’s ‘Natural History of Birds.’


Under the print is the title and "Baxter's Oil Colour Printing, 3, Charterhouse Square, from a painting by T. Landseer",


Thomas Landseer was the brother of Sir Edwin Landseer, it is printed from wood blocks only.


There is another version, printed a year earlier in 1834 which was the first print to be printed in OIL inks. It is identical apart from the lettering under the print including the address as, at that time, he was at King Square


Date: 1835


Size (cm ht x w): 19.5 x 14.6 (full page)


State: On full page from the book with lettering


Condition: Excellent colours, minor toning mainly to page edges, there is a small tear in the centre of the print but this has now been repaired with acid free tape and from the front is virtually unnoticeable, priced accordingly.

Eagle and Vulture (Charterhouse Square Address)

SKU: 1695

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