Print: Baxter CL 355. Baxter only ever published this print specifically for the Religious Tract Society publication, Sights in all Seasons.
On the right is sometimes "Baxter's Patent Oil Printing, 11, Northampton Square" but in some prints, as this one, it unusually says "Printer", instead of printing.
Some copies of this print are found with ruled lines to the sky to give tone, as this copy. The plate was obviously kept by the publishers and Kronheim printed later editions, his copies also show the ruled lines which indicates that Baxter added the lines, rather than removed them. We have early unruled copies that show the word printing inferring that printer wasn’t an error but amended by Baxter? Or possibly this was a duplicated plate
Size (cm ht x w): 14 x 11 (page)
State: In book as issued
Condition: Print is excellent, the books paper inner hinges are split but holding strong on the webbing, hand written dedications on the inner leaf dated 1858 and 1875, covers are rubbed with loss to top of spine.