An Apple Mill

Method Copper engraving with hand colouring
Artist James Mynde
Published [c. 1750]
Dimensions Image 133 x 194 mm, Sheet 157 x 207 mm
Notes Detailed engraving of an apple mill, which was used for making cider.

James Mynde (1702 - 1771) was a British engraver. Working in London, he owned a large studio, and could charge up to 60 guineas for an apprentice. He was responsible for numerous book illustrations and later became an engraver to the Royal Society.

Condition: Trimmed within plate mark to bottom. Two vertical centre folds as issued. Small tear to bottom of left centre fold.
Framing unmounted
Price £40.00
Stock ID 43623