JOhn Kay 2. .

John Kay 2



The miniature-painter and caricaturist John Kay was born near Dalkeith, Midlothian, in April 1742. The son of a mason, he was apprenticed at the age of thirteen to George Heriot, a barber in Dalkeith. Six years later, he moved to Edinburgh where he continued to work as a journeyman barber. In 1771 he was enrolled a member of the Society of Surgeon-Barbers and set up in business on his own account. In his spare time, however, he began to produce highly original portrait sketches and caricatures of Edinburgh characters, despite having received no formal training in drawing. He attracted the patronage of William Nisbet of Dirleton, who settled an annuity upon him, and in 1785 was finally able to give up his trade for art. Kay opened a shop in Parliament Close where he sold his etchings. From 1784 to 1822 he is calculated to have etched nearly nine hundred plates portraying many of the most notable Scotsmen of the day  Many of Kay's more satirical prints were bought by his subjects themselves with the express purpose of destroying them. On at least one occasion, he was 'cudgelled' and, on another, unsuccessfully prosecuted. In 1792 he decided to publish some of his work in book form and prepared a brief biographical sketch which supplies most of the few details that are known of his life. The project, however, remained unrealized, and it was not until after his death that a collection of 340 of his etchings was published in 1837-38. Kay contributed portraits to the annual exhibitions of the Edinburgh Associated Artists from 1811 to 1816, and to the 1822 exhibition of the Institution for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts in Scotland. He died in Edinburgh on 21 February 1826.
Editions :- Kay  was aided, it is said, by James Thomson Callender, who compiled some descriptive letterpress, including a slight autobiographical sketch, but the work was unfinished at the time of Kay's death. In 1837-8 a quarto edition of his plates, under the title 'A series of original portraits and caricature etchings by the late John Kay, miniature painter, Edinburgh,' was published in monthly numbers by Hugh Paton of Edinburgh. A second edition, in four volumes, was issued in 1842 by the same publishers. The plates then passed into the hands of A. and C. Black of Edinburgh, who had them retouched, and in 1877 published a third edition in two volumes, after which the plates  were destroyed. A 'popular letterpress edition', in two volumes, which very inadequately reproduced the more interesting plates, and reprinted only a portion of the letterpress, was published in London and Glasgow in 1855 but is easily identified as the paper is much cheaper not rag paper .This posthumous collection of Kay's caricatures was immensely popular and led to a second, four-volume, edition being printed in 1842 ( same thing split into four parts to look larger !) . Kay's portraits of Adam Smith are considered 'the only authentic likenesses that exist of the great economist' These etchings are priced from the 1838 booklet but may be earlier I have a few which seem to be proof to India paper of the 1838 as similar to the Neale of that time but a proof edition is not mentioned  **The size for the image ranges from A4 down to small miniatures. .. all are shown at the same image size so if exact sizing is needed please ask as listing each individually will take forever** Due to them being a pain to identify as he did not number all the site will now have them all with pics and for sale buttons where available page 21 61-.121



LXI. Mr. William Martin, Bookseller and Auctioneer in Edinburgh

This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £15r



LXII. Mr. Thomas White
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £18r



LXIII. Mr. Henderson and Mr. Charteris, of the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh

This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 b =1r



LXIV. The Rev. Joseph Robertson Macgregor, First Minister of the Edinburgh Gaelic Chapel

Rev Joseph Robertson McGregor of Edinburgh Gaelic Chapel An original antique  bookplate  from 'A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay, miniature painter, Edinburgh'. Published by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838; Carver and Gilder To her Majesty Queen Victoria £15 b

 

LXV. The Rev. James Lawson of Belvidere, The Job of Present Times
 REV JAMES LAWSON of Belvidere This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18r



LXVI. An Exchange of Heads. Hugo Arnot, Esq. - Mr. William Macpherson, and Roger Hog, Esq.

This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £12 b  + 1r



LXVII. The Rev. John McLure, Chaplain to the Grand Lodge No.LXVII.Plate 67

THE REV. JOHN M'LURE. CHAPLAIN TO THE GRAND LODGE.Ma M'LunE was originally educated for the church, and obtained the clerical title by being licensed to preach, after undergoing the usual trials. Itwas not his fortune, however, to obtain a kirk. A few embarrassing years of " hopes deferred" entirely deadened his ambition for the pulpit; and at last, abandoning all intention of "clinging by the horns of the altar," he settled down in Edinburgh as a teacher of writing, arithmetic, and book-keeping. This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . x 4 £10 ea +3r



LXVIII. Mr. Alexander Wood, surgeon

ALEXANDER WOOD Edinburgh Surgeon  This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £12 2 x r



LXIX. Mr. Wood
Alexander Wood /Surgeon This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £14 b + 1r

LXX. Captain Hind



LXXI. Robert McQueen of Braxfield, Lord Justice-Clerk  This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £12b


LXXII. George Pratt (The Town-Crier)
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £10r


LXXIII. The Rev. Dr. John Erskine, late of the Old Greyfriars' Church, Edinburgh

This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £10 +1r



LXXIV. Dr. Erskine

REV DR JOHN ERSKINE of Greyfriars Church This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £10 r



LXXV. Dr. Henry Moyes, lectureer on Chemistry, etc.
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size



  LXXVI. Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo, banker in Edinburgh
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £15r



LXXVII. Thomas Fraser (A Natural)
  1784. An original antique  bookplate  from 'A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay, miniature painter, Edinburgh'. Published by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838; Carver and Gilder To her Majesty Queen Victoria. £12r



LXXVIII. The Marquis of Huntly, afterwards Duke of Gordon


LXXIX. Sir James Montgomery of Stanhope and David Stuart Moncrief, esq. of Moredun

Sir James Montgomery of Stanhope and  David Stuart Moncrieff, Esq., of Moredun, His Majesty’s Barons of Exchequer This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £15  1 r



LXXX. Rev. Greville Ewing
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £12b



LXXXI. The Earl of Hopetoun




LXXXII. Charles Hay, Esq., Advocate  CHARLES HAY Advocate and Friend of Robert Burns
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £12r


LXXXIII. Lord Newton on the Bench
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £18r



LXXXIV. The Earl of Errol and the Right Honourable Lord Haddo.
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £12 r



  LXXXV. Voltaire, the French Philosopher, and Mr. Watson, an Edinburgh Messenger
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £15r

  

LXXXVI. Mr. William Smellie, Printer and Mr. Andrew Bell, Engraver
  Andrew Bell (1725 or 1726-1809), Engraver and publisher.   William Smellie (1740-1795), Printer, editor and antiquary. An original antique  bookplate  from 'A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay, miniature painter, Edinburgh'. Published by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838; Carver and Gilder To her Majesty Queen Victoria £10 mucky



LXXXVII. The Right Honourable David Earl of Leven and MelvillePlate

DAVID, sixth EARL of LEVEN and fifth of MELVILLE, was the only son of Alexander fifth Earl of Leven, by Mary, daughter of Colonel Erskine of Carnock, and was born in 1722. His lordship entered the army in 1744, and held a company in the 16th regiment of foot; but he left the military service on succeeding to the family titles and estates, by the demise of his father, in 1751. For a series of years his lordship seems to have interfered little in public matters. In 1773 he was appointed one of the Lords of Police, an office which he held till the abolition of that Board in 1782This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £8 x 2b  + 1r



XXXVIII. The Right Honourable Lord Adam Gordon


LXXXIX. Right Honourable Lord Adam Gordon and His Royal Highness the Count D'Artois, afterwards Charles X

John Dhu, XC
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  XC. John Dhu£15r


XCI. Sir William Nairne, Baronet, Lord Dunsinnan
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £15r





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XCII. Mr. Ralph Rylance /RALPH RYLANCE Journalist, Translator
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £15 r


XCIII. Levelling of the High Street of Edinburgh
Orlando Hart; William Jamieson; Sir James Hay; Sir James Hunter Blair; Archibald McDowall  93 This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £15bx 2  + 1r


XCIV. Mr. Moss in the character of 'Caleb' Theatre Royal Edinburgh
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 b +1r


XCV. Mr. Robert Meikle ROBERT MEIKLE Grand Clerk Court of Session  95
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £12 b + 1r


XCVI. Mr. Thomas Neil, Wright and Precentor


MR THOMAS NEIL, WRIGHT AND PRECENTOR, IN THE CHARACTER OF " THE OLD WIFE." This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £8 x 2r

£2x 2 on poorer paper  will mount


XCVII. Major Campbell of the 35th Regiment

This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £15 b


XCVIII. The Royal Edinburgh Volunteers. Mr. Archibald Gilchrist
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CONVERSATION DEMONSTRATION Edinburgh Gentlemen
ohn Davidson (circa 1724-1797), Antiquary and lawyer. Alexander Murray, Lord Henderland (1736-1795), Judge and politician. James Hutton (1726-1797), Geologist. James Burnett, Lord Monboddo (1714-1799), Judge and philosopher. George Paton (circa 1720-1807), Bibliographer and antiquary. An original antique  bookplate  from 'A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay, miniature painter, Edinburgh'. Published by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838; Carver and Gilder To her Majesty Queen Victoria. £15b  XCIX. John Davidson, Esq., and Lord Henderland. George Paton, Esq. Lord Monboddo and Dr. Hutton.

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DAVID ROSS Lord Ankerville of Tarlogie 100
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 r  C. David Ross, Lord Ankerville


CI. Francis Home, M.D.

This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £10 b + 2r


  CII. The Right Hon. the Earl of Haddington, Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo, Bart., and Sir James Hunter Blair, Bart.

The Friendly Invitation, Edinburgh; Hunter & Anderson This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size 2 £14r


CIII. Dr. William Cullen Sir William Cullen 103
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £10 b + 1r


CIV. Dr. Cullen in his study
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £12 b + 1r


WILLIAM BRODIE Deacon Brodie Secret Burglar / CV. William Brodie, Deacon of the Incorporation of Wrights and Masons, Edinburgh
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 r


/CVI. George Smith and Deacon William Brodie with game cock


The First Interview in 1786' between Deacon Brodie and George Smith, This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 r


CVII. General Buttons, An American Officer



CVIII. Mr. John Wright, Lecturer on Law
JOHN WRIGHT Lecturer on Law  This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £10 b + r


CIX. John Wright, Edq., Advocate
JOHN WRIGHT Lecturer on Law  This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £10 b    + r


CX. The Rev. William Beat, Minister of Kilrenny

Plate 110/ No.CX.  THE REV. WILLIAM BEAT, MINISTER OF KILKENNY. THIS likeness of the Reverend gentleman was taken from a drawing executed by himself, and communicated to the artist by Mr Douglas, one of his friends. MR BEAT was long pastor of the parish of Kilrenny, in the county of Fife, and died at the Manse there on the 21st December 1797, in the eighty-seventlh year of his age, and fifty-second of his ministry. A funeral sermon was preached at Kilrenny the Sabbath following by the Rev. Dr Hill, principal of St Mary's College. This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £10 x 2  @b + 2r


CXI. James Marshall, Esq., writer to the Signet / JAMES MARSHALL Writer to the Signet
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 r



CXII. Rev. John Wesley
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £12 r tiddly

CXIII. Sir James Grant of Grant, Bart.



CXIV. Dr. Alexander Monro, Secundus, Professor of Anatomy

DR ALEXANDER MONRO Professor of Anatomy This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size  £12r



CXV. Rev. John Kemp, D.D.

ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE TOLBOOTH CHURCH, EDINBURGH.THE subject of this Etching, born in 1745, was the son of the Rev. David Kemp, minister of Gask, in Perthshire, a man of piety and worth. By hismfather he was at an early period designed for the clerical profession, and passednthrough his academical studies at the University of St Andrew's with considerable credit This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £10  +2r

CXVI. The Most Noble the Marquis of Graham, and The Right Hon. the Earl of Buchan
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £14r



CXVII. Henry Dundas, Viscount Melville



CXVIII. Andrew Nicol
  Plan of Middenstead  This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18 b +1r


CXIX. Three Legal Devotees. Andrew Nicol, Mary Walker, and John Skene

LEGAL DEVOTEES Andrew Nicol, Mary Walker, John Skene  This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size £18 b  + 1r


CXX. Four Bucks. Dr. Eiston, Signior Stabilini, Captain McKenzie, and Macnab of Macnab /
This is an antique bookplate either   from A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay.  That was published  by Hugh Paton, Edinburgh 1838;  or one of the earlier editions  of loose plates on rag paper  size of page 275 ×211 mm with the engravings varying in size . £18


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