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Cricket Match Between Sussex & Kent
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CARE N/A
COLOR green/multi
CONDITION Good; some repaired tears, surface scratches, water stain to margin
DIMENSIONS 38.5" L x 26.5" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE OF ink on paper
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 27 - Aug 01
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Original engraving with mezzotint, hand-colored at publication of "The Cricket Match, between Sussex and Kent, at Brighton," engraved by George Henry Phillips after a painting by William Drummond and Charles J. Basébe. London, E. Gambart & Co., 1849. Unsigned. Unframed. Has a few repaired tears, including one at the right edge that is approximately 5" long; water stain to lower left margin; some bumps to edges; a few light scratches to surface of print.
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