Print: Baxter - CL 285 - Used in The Sovereign Pocket Book, 1859 and issued separately by Baxter.
The description of the print in the Sovereign Pocket Book is: "The River Camel, of which our plate affords a pleasant view, rises near the north-east coast of the County of Cornwall, and after a short and circuitous course falls into the Bristol Channel.
The town of Camelford, to which the river gives its name, is about seventeen miles from Launceston, and stands near the source of the stream.”
When in the pocket book under the print is the title and "Baxter's Patent Oil Printing, 11, Northampton Square," and "From a Painting by T. Dingle," It was originally sold at 6d.
Size (cm ht x w): 5.5 x 9.2 (print) 12 x 17.4 (mount)
State: On Red Seal Mount as issued
Condition: Excellent colours, light toning from corners used for mounting in an album, most probably the reason why it has retained its colours so well
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