The Battle of Waterloo; A Poem, in Two Parts: by C.F. Warden:Describing, with the most possible accuracy, that variety of incident which characterised this ever memorable achievement. The Embellishments are, a Portrait of His Grace the Duke of Wellington, and eight elegant plates, engraved from sketches taken on the spot, by an officer in the Commissariat Department. The Aqua-tints are coloured with a correctness equal in appearence to Drawings, and form a Miniature Panorama of the Scene of Action. Entered at Stationers Hall.
Nine aquatint plates with original hand colour; with title excised from front board, and 11 pages (of 48) of letterpress, all mounted in album paper. Includes frontis. portrait of Wellington.
The views show the landmarks made famous by the battle. A rare panorama.
[Ref: 37184] £420.00