|Artist||Goldar after E.Maybry|
|Published||Published Jan.y. 18. n1790|
|Dimensions||Image 154 x 94 mm, Sheet 179 x 114 mm|
Inscription above sitter reads: Small profits do great things.
Inscription below title reads: Who a few Years since began Bookselling with five Pounds, now sells One Hundred Thousand Volumes Yearly.
James Lackington (Born in Wellington, Somerset 1746; died 1815 in Budleigh Salterton, Devon) was a bookseller who is credited with revolutionizing the British book trade.
Condition: Tipped to album page