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Print: Le Blond LB 40 - This view of one of the min lakes in what we now know as the Lake District National Park in Cumbria England. It appears to be showing from the spot where the river Derwentwater or Derwent Water enters the lake. 


The print was used as an illustration to Marshall's Ladies' Forget-me-not Pocketbook, 1853, and when so used it has under the print the title, on the left "Printed in oil colours by Le Blond & Co." and on the right "Licencees, London."


Date: 1852


Size (cm ht x w): 6 x 9.3 (print) 8.6 x 12.1 (page)


State: On pocket book page as issued with full lettering


Condition: Excellent colours, light toning to three corners of the page well away from the print, please see image

Head of Derwent Water (PBL)

SKU: 1550

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