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General Sir William Stephen Alexander Lockhart

The above print sold recently to J.M.
The print to the right is avaialble now.


General Sir William Stephen Alexander Lockhart

The print to the right is avaialble now.

General Sir William Stephen Alexander Lockhart
Sept. 8, 1898
SPY (Leslie Ward)
Biographical Text
Sorry, text is unavailable
Military and Navy
Condition notes
Good to Very good: margins somewhat grubby (would be covered by mount/mat); short tear right edge well outside of image area.
Note: In 1898 the works of Vincent Brooks, Day & Son—the usual lithographers for Vanity Fair magazine—burned down. Afterwards, a few prints, including this one, were printed by P.W. van de Weyer in Utrecht, Holland. They used the "colortype" offset printing method. Thus, this print does have a "dot pattern" unlike the continuous tone of the earlier and later stone lithographs.


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