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Auction Description for Anderson:
Viewing Notes:
19th & 20th March 10am - 4.30pm. 21st March 9.30am - 12.30pm.
Sale Notes:
None

(464 Lots)

by Anderson-Garland


464 lots

March 24, 1998

Anderson House, Crispin Court

Newbiggin Lane, Westerhope

Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE5 1BF United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1914 303000

Fax: +44 (0)1914 303001

Email: info@andersonandgarland.com

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Lot 551: Sundry unframed prints. (qty)

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Lot 553: Sundry unframed prints in a folder. (qty)

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Lot 554: Three miniature portrait engravings and a colour reproduction after Angelica Kauffman. 4

Description: Three miniature portrait engravings and a colour reproduction after Angelica Kauffman. 4

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Lot 555: "The battle of Minden" engraving by Goldar: "General G.A. Elliott" engraving by Thornton after Hamilton; and "The battle of Inkermann" engraving by G. Greatbach after G.W. Terry, all coloured by hand. 3

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Description: "The battle of Minden" engraving by Goldar: "General G.A. Elliott" engraving by Thornton after Hamilton; and "The battle of Inkermann" engraving by G. Greatbach after G.W. Terry, all coloured by hand. 3

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