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Creator:
Onwhyn, Thomas, 1811?-1886.
Title(s):

Mr. & Mrs. John Brown's visit to London to see the Grand Exposition of All Nations. How they were astonished at its wonders, inconvenienced by the crowds, &frightened out of their wits by the foreigners. Designed & etched by T. Onwhyn.

Published/Created:
London, Ackermann & Co. [1851]
Physical Description:
11 leaves. col. ill. 12 x 246 cm. fold. to 12 x 21 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
T690 O52 Copy 1
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Rare Books and Manuscripts
T690 .O52 Copy 2
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Published 1851, according to the English Catalogue of Books.
A continuous, illustrated strip, folded accordion style.
Cover title.
British Art Center has two copies. Copy 1 is the Abbey copy and is bound in blue boards. Copy 2 is bound in red boards and has a colored cover title.
Abbey, J. R. Life , 592
Subject Terms:
Ackermann & Co. -- Publisher.
Etching, colored -- Specimens -- 1851.
Great Exhibition (1851 : London, England) -- Anecdotes.
Panoramas, Published -- Specimens.
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