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STOTHARD, Thomas, R.A. (1755--1834)
Proposals for disposing of a picture representing characters from the plays of Shakspeare, painted by Thomas Stothard, Esq. R.A. and considered to be the finest work of that eminent painter.
[London]: J. Moyes, 28 Castle Street, Leicester Square, [1833?].
[4] p. ; 23.2 cm. (4º)

Drop-head title, p.[4] blank. Printer's statement from foot of p.[3]. Watermark: G W / 1832. As with the "Canterbury Pilgrimage" (q.v.) this 'Companion Picture' was to be disposed of by the owner, W.B. Tiffin, by means of a lottery. This was to be held at his premises on 24 February 1834 (or earlier if the subscription limit of 100 tickets at 3 guineas each was met before then). On this occasion however the subscriber could choose from 22 different engravings up 'to the full amount of his subscription.'

Binding Loose bifolium.

Reference Number 3366


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