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Print: Baxter CL 157 - A slightly enlarged version of CL 156 with same title. CL 156 was originally produced for pocket books when it was signed below the print in the plate margin. The plate was amended to this print about 3 years later, slightly lengthened and now signed in the print "Printed in Oil Colours, and Published by G. Baxter, Patentee, 1l, Northampton Square,"


The pocket book which included CL 156, stated this as being a view of British Guiana, where the London Missionary Society had a station and below that print stated “From a painting by E. A. Goodall, Esq.,".  E. A. Goodall was a son of Edwd. Goodall, the Victorian Artist.


Date: 1850


Size (cm ht x w): 8.9 x 5.6


State: Mounted on old card


Condition: Excellent

Indian Settlement (signed in water)

SKU: 1703

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