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[Title] Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword.
[Title] Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword. Twenrty Four Plates, designed and etched by T. Rowlandson, under the direction of H. Angelo and Son, Fencing Masters to the Light Horse Volunteers of London and Westminster dedicated to Colonel Herries.
Aquatinta by J. Hill.
Published as the Act directs Feb.y 1799, by H. Angelo, Curzon Str.t May Fair.
Coloured aquatint, with collector's stamp. 285 x 325mm (11¼ x 12¾"), large margins on 2 sides. Paper lightly toned.
Two troopers, one cavalry and one infantry, stand within archways with a statue of Victory and friezes of military scenes. Henry Angelo (1756-1835) ran a successful fencing school in London. Thomas Rowlandson was a great friend, and published several prints depicting Angelo.
[Ref: 63371]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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