The Cricket Match, between Sussex & Kent, at Brighton.This Plate is most respectfully dedicated by special permission to H.R.H. Prince Albert. By His Highnesses most dedicated and most humble Servant. W.H.Mason.
Published 1.st. May 1849 by E. Gambart & C.o.. 25 Berners St. Oxford St. London._W.H.Mason, Repository of Art, King's Road, Brighton.
Engraving, very fine with large margins. Plate: 990 x 700mm, (35˝ x 27˝").
A large view of a cricket match between Sussex and Kent held in Brighton. In the foreground stand and sit several men, a little boy and a small dog, St. Peters Church can be seen in the background. The match is being played at the Royal New Ground which was the home of the Sussex CCC between 1814-1847 until the club moved to the Royal Brunswick Ground on the seafront.
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