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Print: Baxter CL 288 Published in the pocket books for 1851 Suttaby's Marshall's Ladies' Fashionable Repository Le Souvenir and issued separately by Baxter.


This is a square top print, cut dome shape when on a mount and cut smaller when used for pocket-books when under the print is the title and "Baxter's Patent Oil Printing," and "11, Northampton Square,"


“Netley Abbey is a ruined late medieval monastery in the village of Netley near Southampton in Hampshire, England. The abbey was founded in 1239 as a house for monks of the austere Cistercian order. Despite royal patronage, Netley was never rich, produced no influential scholars nor churchmen, and its nearly 300-year history was quiet. The monks were best known to their neighbours for the generous hospitality they offered to travellers on land and sea.


In 1536, Netley Abbey was seized by Henry VIII of England during the Dissolution of the Monasteries and the buildings granted to William Paulet, a wealthy Tudor politician, who converted them into a mansion. The abbey was used as a country house until the beginning of the eighteenth century, after which it was abandoned and partially demolished for building materials. Subsequently the ruins became a tourist attraction, and provided inspiration to poets and artists of the Romantic movement. In the early twentieth century the site was given to the nation, and it is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument, cared for by English Heritage.” (Wikipedia)


This plate was purchased by Joseph Mansell, a licensee of the Baxter’s process in the 1860 Southgate and Barrett Catalogue, and he issued prints himself. The differences between Baxter’s and Mansell’s printings can be seen in my article


Date: 1850


Size (cm ht x w): 7 x 9.6 (print) 12.6 x 17.3 (Mount)


State: On Red Seal Mount s issued


Condition: Very good colours, foxing to top of mount, priced accordingly

Netley Abbey – RSM

SKU: 1620

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