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VICTORY OF LEIPZIG
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London, 1st October, 1820. Victory of Leipzig. Just published, a print, representing the Victory of Leipzig, from a picture painted by Krafft, at Vienna, and engraved by John Scott, London, dedicated, with the highest approbation, to their Imperial and Royal Majesties the Emperors of Austria and Russia, and King of Prussia. Executed in the best line manner, size twenty-four inches wide by nineteen, corresponding with the print of the Death of General Wolfew, by Woollett, and other celebrated productions. Price, proofs 4l. 4s. Prints 2l. 2s.
[London]: W. Lewis, printer, [1820].
2, [2] p. ; 24.0 cm. (4º)

Quarter sheet, folded, conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. Printer's statement from p. 2. Advertisement for a print to be published by: Messrs. Artaria and Fontaine, Mannheim; and Hurst, Robinson and Co., (late Boydell's,) 90, Cheapside, London, where subscriptions are received: as also by R. Ackermann; Clay; Colnaghi; Molteno; White; W. Allen and Sons, and James Del Vecchio, Dublin; S. Kerner, Cork; Cameron and Co., Edinburgh; Zanetti and Agnew, Manchester; Robinson and Co., Leeds; Wemyss and Wolstenholme, York; Harraden and Mason, Cambridge; Smith and Parker, Oxford; Freemans, Norwich; and at all book and printsellers in the United Kingdom. For the background of the publication of this engraving, see Antony Griffiths and Frances Carey, German Printmaking in the age of Goethe, exh. cat. British Museum, London, 1994, no. 111.

Copy Notes Inscribed on blank last page John Soane Esq. / Lincoln's Inn Fields. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Later C19th half green binder's cloth, marbled-paper boards.

Reference Number 4908


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