Print: Baxter - CL 323 - Published in Carnan's Ladies' Own Memorandum Book, 1847 and issued separately by Baxter. The name “Luggellaw” doesn’t appear to be referenced today, even in 1848 it was also called Leggela or Lough Tay (or the Guinness Lake) the name used today and is in County Wicklow, Ireland.
When in the pocket book under the print is engraved the title and on the left is "Baxter's Patent Oil Printing, 11, Northampton Square," and on the right is "From a Painting by S. Fisher, Esq." Possibly an engraving by Samuel Fisher?
Produced from a steel plate and eight colour blocks. It was originally sold at 6d.
Size (cm ht x w): 6 x 9.2 (print) 7 x 10.3 (page)
State: On pocket book page with lettering
Condition: Very good colours, some light staining to the sky mainly on the right hand side, very bottom of the title has been slightly trimmed, please see images, priced accordingly
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