Print: Baxter CL 199 - The Siege of Sebastopol, something that, unfortunately, today, is very much in the news again. Sebastopol being on the edge of the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine or Russia depending on your point of view. This print shows the famous siege that took place between October 1854 and September 1855 and marked the end of the Crimean War.
The siege finished on the 8th September, 1855, after a siege of 349 days. Baxter at his topical best advertised this print in January, 1855, "Siege of Sebastopol. The most correct of the bombardments published. 1s. 6d."
Size (cm ht x w): 10.6 x 15.6 (print)
State: On Stamped Mount as published
Condition: Very good colours, mount slightly toned from previous over mount only noticeable around the embossed stamp
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