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The Ghost.
The Ghost.
F. G. Byron Esq.r delin.t. Engraved by J Pettit.
London Pub by Will.m Holland. N° 50. Oxford Street, July 29. I789. In Holland's Exhibition Rooms may be seen the largest collection of Humorous Prints in Europe. Admittance one Shilling.
Coloured etching. Sheet 250 x 290mm (9¾ x 11½"). Trimmed to image on three sides, into plate at top.
A figure with a grotesque mask and draped in a sheet advances into a room, holding up a red-hot poker. Four men look alarmed and a fifth escapes up the chimney.
BM Satires 7614.
[Ref: 61137]   £360.00  
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Hue and Cry.
Hue and Cry.
Drawn & Etch'd by F.G. Byron Esq.r [J Hassell Aquatinta]
London Pub.d Jan.y 20.th 1791, by W.m Holland [No 50 Oxford Street]
Aquatint and etching, framed. 682 x 584mm. 26¾ x 23".
The raising of the hue and cry as a highwayman gallops away from the scene of a crime. A rather unsuccessful pursuit ensues. This is the left half of Byron's large print 'Hue and Cry after a Highwayman'.
[Ref: 22973]   £450.00  
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