This is an original 1845 black and white steel engraving of a painting by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd that portrayed the Commander-in-Chief of the Horse Guards in the British Army in London, England during the Victorian era.
This 167+ year old Item is rated Very Fine. Moderate foxing and aging. Light creasing. Some light surface rub.
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This piece was illustrated by Shepherd, Thomas Hosmer. Artist name printed on page - bottom left of image.
Reproductive art by T. Turnbull.
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