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James Pilton's Manufactory (Middlesex, England)

Invisible pleasure-ground fences for enclosing lawns, shrubberies and ornamented walks.

[London] : Mercier and Chervet, printers, [ca. 1809].
Physical Description:
[2], 2 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. in folder 28 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NA8390 J36 1809+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Date from Longford.
Longford, Elizabeth Harman Pakenham. Images of Chelsea no. 525.
BAC: British Art Center has 3 copies. Copy 2-3 have text wanting. Copy 2 can be found in Gentleman's Magazine (April 1809), opposite p. 313, with a letter from James Pilton concerning the fence. Copy 3 is bound in the publisher's own copy of The Environs of London / Daniel Lysons. London, 1811.
Subject Terms:
Engraving -- Specimens -- (ca. 1809).
Fences -- Great Britain.
Landscape gardening -- Great Britain.
Mercier and Chervet -- Printer.

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