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19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms

Arts & Letters Antiques

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19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms
19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms
19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms
19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms
19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms
19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms
19th-C. Engraved Coats of Arms

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

engraving/giltwood frame

Size:

14.75" L x 0.5" W x 17" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

A hand-colored copper engraving on paper of English Coats of Arms. The engraving is labeled "London Pubd as the Act directs July 8, 1809 by J. Wilkes." On verso of the frame, an additional label reads "Original hand colored copper plate engraving. Printed in London circa 1811." Displayed in a giltwood frame.
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Why We Love This

A hand-colored copper engraving on paper of English Coats of Arms. The engraving is labeled "London Pubd as the Act directs July 8, 1809 by J. Wilkes." On verso of the frame, an additional label reads "Original hand colored copper plate engraving. Printed in London circa 1811." Displayed in a giltwood frame.

About Arts & Letters Antiques

As an author and journalist, the time I spend in my study is always interesting and satisfying. Whether I’m reading a novel, enjoying a piece of art, or writing with a fountain pen, it is time well spent. This love of art and the written word is the foundation for Arts and Letters, a collection of artwork, books, inkwells, letter openers, magnifying glasses and other accents that will fit comfortably in a study, office or library.