Simpson Crimea 2; .


Simpson Crimea 2

These are mainly from a folio in stunning unframed condition** if a number are wanted please say first as postage will reduce** The small later version and the few damaged ones left are also included on this page to compare side by side ** if a number are wanted you will get a postage refund as they are oversize and higher postal costs**





Kertch from the North
Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted x 2 av



Huts and warm Clothing for the Army

Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became  noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted
 


The Cavalry Affair of the Heights of Bulganak: the First Run
Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted



Cavalry camp
Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted
 


Camp of the Naval Brigade before Sebastopol
Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son;£55 each unmounted
£25 each unmounted foxed will wash
missing


The burning of the Public Library and Temple of the Winds in Sevastopol
LARGE (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect inc delivery ** if a number are wanted you will get a postage refund as they are oversize and higher postal costs**



The Graves in the Fort on Cathcart's Hill. The Graves of the Officers of the Fourth Division who fell at Inkermann. . by William Simpson,
LARGE (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect inc deliveryx 2



The Graves in the Fort on Cathcart's Hill. The Graves of the Officers of the Fourth Division who fell at Inkermann. . by William Simpson,

1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £45 water mark to left



Lord Raglan's Headquarters 




Interior of Lord Raglan's Head Quarters
Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted edge tear to left margins £30




Camp of the 4th Division
1.Large 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect x 2



Camp of the 4th Division
2.Large damaged 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £25 water mark to page




Sketch of the Interior of the Mamelon Vert

1.The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea
Sketch of the Interior of the Mamelon Vert
2. LARGE (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect x 2 copies


Sketch of the Interior of the Mamelon Vert . . . DAMAGED COPY
3.Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £30 water mark base left corner as shown


  The Attack on the Malakoff

1.Small version The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea



Straits of Yenikale With the Bay & Town of Kertch

The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea
Straits of Yenikale With the Bay & Town of Kertch
2.Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect x 2
£45 inc delivery some light soiling inc in sky


Ditch of the Bastion de mat

1.Small . . The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea x 2
Ditch of the Bastion de mat
2.Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series. each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect x 2 one slightly more blue
£25 scruffy copy edge tear base right almost to image ( mount with window for title)


Interior of Fort Nicholas

1. Small The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea

Interior of Fort Nicholas
2.Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect x 2


Battle of the Tchernaya 16th August 1855
1.Small The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea


Battle of the Tchernaya 16th August 1855
2.Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £45 inc delivery CONDITION ISSUE:- edge tears to left edge  almost to image will be sent mended picture is fine but will need a close mount



The valley of Baidar, from near Petroski's villa, looking east"
The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea
LARGE 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £40 inc delivery inc delivery x 2




The Investiture of the Order of the Bath
The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea

LARGE 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series. £60 inc delivery inc delivery as above  x 2



The Investiture of the Order of the Bath
1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £25 water mark to page



Commissariat Difficulties: The Road from Balaklava to Sevastopol at Kadiko
854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £60 inc delivery



Church of St Peter and St paul.t
1.Small The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates £15 ea

Church of St Peter and St paul
2.Large Lithograph William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery perfect

Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted £45 inc delivery edge tear to base  almost to text
 


Sebastopol from Old Cheronese and Ancient Church of St Vladimir
 
1.Small The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates below £15 ea x 2


Sebastopol from Old Chersonese, and ancient church of St.Vladimir
3.Large Damaged (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series. each unmounted £40 water mark base left corner


Ditch of the Malakoff Battery Gervais and Rear of the Redan
large 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted £60 perfect x 2



Mine of the Bastion du Mat
large 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted £60 perfect x 2 copies



View from the Heights above Balaklava looking towards Sebastopol
1large 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted £60 perfect


Monastery of St George and Cape Fiolente
1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £60 inc delivery inc delivery perfect




Monastery of St George and Cape Fiolente
1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £25 water mark to page



Russian Rifle Pit x 2 av
1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £60 inc delivery inc delivery perfect


Scutari Hospital Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted



Hospital and Cemetary at Scutari
854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £40 water mark base left corner


Excavated Church
1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £60 inc delivery inc delivery perfect



Docks at Sepastopol Large (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted



Docks at Sebastopol with Ruins of Fort St Paul . by William Simpson,


1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £25 water marked/stained + tear top margin almost to image


Advance of the Seige train
missing

Redan and Adevanced Trenches of the British Attack ..
 

The Redan and Advanced Trenches of the British Right Attack
The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates below £15 ea



The Funeral Cortege of Lord Raglan leaving Head Quarters
The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates below £15 ea


The North Side of the Harbour at Sebastopol
The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates below £15 ea



Church in the rear of the Redan, looking north, showing the effects of shot and shell
  Large folio The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East.

Church in the rear of the Redan, looking north, showing the effects of shot and shell
  The Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates below £15 ea



Quarantine Cemetery and Church, with French Battery

1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.  each unmounted £60 inc delivery inc delivery perfect



Quarantine Cemetery and Church, with French Battery
SMALLThe Campaign in the Crimea by George Brackenbury published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, London, 1855 from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson. The plates were designed to illustrate Simpson's "Seat of War in the East. So basically a mini version of the larger plates below £15 ea


Quarantine Cemetary & Church with French Battery no 50
1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; From the Sketches of "The Seat at War in the East, First Series", Colnaghi's Authentic Series.
each unmounted £25 water mark to page




The Storming of Delhi
1854 (lithograph) William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6). Colnaghi's Authentic Series. by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph, 42 x 26 cm (plus margins to 54 x 35 cm); drawn by W.Simpson, lithographed by J. Needham and others ; printed by Day & Son; each unmounted £40







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