File:Vignette by Loutherbourg for the Macklin Bible 25 of 134. Bowyer Bible Old Testament. Headpiece to Nehemiah.gif

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English: Head-piece to the book of Nehemiah. Nehemiah 11:16. Vignette with armour piled against stone blocks, a ladder behind at right; letterpress in two columns below and on verso. 1794. Inscriptions: Lettered below image with production detail: "P. J. De Loutherbourg delineavit", "W. Bromley Sculpsit" and publication line: "Published Novr. 24 1794, by T Macklin London". Print made by William Bromley. Dimensions: height: 490 millimetres; width: 345 millimetres.
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Author Phillip Medhurst

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