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17th-C. English Historical Engraving
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COLOR gray/multi; frame, gold
CONDITION Good; minor paint loss to frame, discoloration
DIMENSIONS 14" L x 1" W x 8.75" H
ERA Antique: 17th century
MADE OF gesso on paper; frame, wood
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17th-century English historical engraving. A dedicated ‘title page’ to Sir Richard Gilpin, showing a northeast view of Scaleby Castle. Displayed in a carved giltwood and composition frame, surmounted by a Royal Coat of Arms. (Cf. Richard Gilpin, (1625-1700), an English nonconformist minister and physician prominent in Northern England during Restoration of the Monarchy. In 1659, he purchased the medieval fortress, Scaleby Castle, in Cumberland.) Minor paint loss to frame, discoloration.