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Print of the Month - September 2013

Published and printed by Bradshaw & Blacklock using George Baxter's patented Baxter Process. Size 9 x 7 inches approx.

Prince Albert is wearing the Garter ribbon and star together with another order on a red ribbon around his neck.

A model farm, which was a hobby of the Prince, is also visible in the background.

Courtney Lewis thought it likely that this print was taken from a painting by W C Ross RA but it is not an exact copy.

Its publication was advertised in 1854 in Bradshaw's Illustrated Travellers' Hand-book in France.

Bradshaw & Blacklock were a Licensee of George Baxter's patented Process and their factory was based in Manchester.