File:These copies are from portions of an extremely rare print by Visscher, the apparent circumstances of which evince it to have been taken early in the reign of King James 1st many years prior LCCN2017650793.tif

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English: Title: These copies are from portions of an extremely rare print by Visscher, the apparent circumstances of which evince it to have been taken early in the reign of King James 1st many years prior to Hollar's time / C.J. Visscher delineavit ; etched by Richd. Sawyer. Abstract/medium: 1 print : etching ; plate 30.3 x 23.6 cm, on sheet 33 x 26.8 cm.
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Author Sawyer, Richd. (Richard), active 19th century, engraver; Visscher, Claes Jansz., 1586 or 1587-1652, artist; Smith, John Thomas, 1766-1833, publisher
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Collection Popular Graphic Arts
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  • Title from item.
  • Caption continues: For the loan of this very curious relic the publisher is indebted to the liberality of John Dent, Esq; M.P. & F.A.S.; in whose magnificent library it is deposited. The lowermost view is the more extensively interesting as it exhibits the manner of a Royal procession by water of which it is apprehended no delineation of an earlier date is now extant.
  • Stamped on verso: Deposit received from Joseph Verner Reed 1949.
  • Gift; Joseph Verner Reed; 1949.
  • Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).
Part of popular graphic arts · prints and photographs division
Subject waterfronts · england · london · buildings · parades & processions · rivers · thames river (england) · london (england) · etchings
Place England--London
Genre Etchings--1800-1810

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