EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHROMO-LITHOGRAPH OF A DRUMMER BOY FIRST PUBLISHED LONDON.
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EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHROMO-LITHOGRAPH OF A DRUMMER BOY FIRST PUBLISHED LONDON JULY 20TH 1791 & LATER PRINTED BY MACKLIN OF 39 FLEET ST LONDON / RE-FRAMED UNDER GLASS & MEASURING 17 X 22.5 INCHES
A fine Chromo-Lithograph of a drummer re-produced in the early 19th century after the original etching by F.D.Seiron created in 1791,and later printed by Macklin of Fleet Street London from the original titled a "A Drummer" shown struggling to hold onto his large military drum.
Original work by J.C.Banbury Esq,
Etching by F.D.Seiron Sculp.
Height 22.5 Inches
Width 17 Inches
Early 19th Century
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