[Tower of London] Castrum Royale Londinense, vulgo the Tower.
[British, late impression, n.d., c.1810.]
Etching on thick wove paper, 145 x 260mm. 5¾ x 10¼". Wide margins.
View of the Tower of London from the river Thames, with Traitor's Gate in front; at wharf, two ships, pinnace-rigged, with sails reefed, one flying St George's cross at the mast-head and barrels of culverin ranged in a row; rowing boats with passengers in the foreground. Numbered '8' lower right. A reissue or copy of the c. 1647 plate by Wenceslaus Hollar (1607 - 1677).
See Pennington 908, ii.
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