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Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair

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Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair Hand-Colored Hunt Engravings, 1822, Pair
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As described by Country Comfort Antiques

A pair of unusual hunt engravings showing the participants during and after the hunt. The first one is labeled, The Right Sort Doing the Thing and the second, Afternoon, A Few of the Right Sort That Have Done the Thing. Below the label is printed, "London Published by S. J. Fuller, at the Spring Gallery, Rathbone Place. Mar 1. 1822 and on lower right, "Printed by C. Hullmandel." Both pieces are displayed in mahogany frames.

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Country Comfort Antiques
Country Comfort Antiques

Country Comfort Antiques was created to showcase items that invite one to nestle. While formal items can be beautiful, Country Comfort strives for old-fashioned ease; rooms that are filled with pieces that can be enjoyed by the whole family, and pieces that can live and be shared with everyone. From textiles to lighting to art to furniture, Country Comfort works to offer beauty, utility, and quiet enjoyment.

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Product Information

Materials:
ink on paper/mahogany frame
Size:
22.5" L x 0.75" W x 21" H
Color/Finish:
green/multi