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Print of the Month - January 2013

Published by George Baxter in 1836.

This print is produced entirely from wood blocks and is the vignette on title-page to the book "New Year’s Token" published in London by Wm. Darton & Son.

It is a delicate piece of colouring and portrays a little boy with a nest; the parent birds are anxiously watching him.

Wood Block Print, size 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 ins. This print is signed below on the right; “Baxter's Oil Colour Printing.”