Print of the Month - July 2020

Published by Le Blond & Co. in 1852 and printed using the patented Baxter Process.

Abraham Le Blond was one of George Baxter's licensees. He often gave his prints identification numbers - this being number 40.

The print can be found unmounted or on a mount with embossed fancy border.

This print was also used as an illustration in 1853 to John Renshaw’s annual pocket-book and diary called "Marshall's Ladies' Forget-me-not".

Size 2 1/4 x 3 3/4 inches.

This print is unsigned except when it is in the pocket-book when it has engraved on the left "Printed in oil colours by Le Blond & Co." and on the right "Licencees, London".