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[Knole House.]
[Knole House.] This View of the North West Front, of the First (or Green) Court, of Knole, Is by Permission humbly Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of Dorset, by his very obedient Servant, John Bridgman. [&] The South East Front of the First (or Green) Court, of Knole. [&] This View of the North West Front, of the Second (or Stone) Court, of Knole, Is by Permission humbly Dedicated to her Grace the Dutch.ss of Dorset, by her Graces very obedient Servant, John Bridgman. [&] The South East Front, of the Second (or Stone) Court, of Knole
J. Bridgman, del. J. Merigot, sculp.
London, Pub.d Dec.r 20, 1796 by J. Ginger, Bookseller & Stationer, 37 Old Bond Street.
Four coloured aquatints, fine colour, each 260 x 400mm (10¼ x 15¾"), three with 'J Whatman 1794' watermarks, very large margins. Paper lightly toned, one plate with small tear in margin. Uncut.
Four views of the Knole House near Sevenoaks. Bridgman wrote 'An Historical and Topographical Sketch of Knole' in 1797, with different plates.
Rare: not in Abbey; 'Sketch of Knowle' 182, 1817 edition cited.
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