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Frontispiece to the European Magazine, Vol. 69. [London, 1816.]
Etching, frontispiece to the European Magazine. Sheet 210 x 110mm, 8¼ x 4¼". Trimmed.
View of the front of the European Magazine's office on Cornhill in the City of London. 'Asperne' in large lettering over ground floor bookshop window, to left a lane leading through to 'Cowper's Court'; two figures standing at entrance to lane include a dark-skinned gentleman in oriental dress. Bookseller and publisher James Asperne (1757 - 1820) was proprietor of the European Magazine after succeeding John Sewell in 1803.
[Ref: 19072] £65.00