|Method||Lithograph with tint stone|
|Artist||Charles F. Cheffins after Henry Burn|
|Published||Published by Rogers & Wright, Stafford, August 1st, 1845.|
|Dimensions||Image 249 x 372 mm, Sheet 330 x 417 mm|
Charles F. Cheffins was a British lithographer active between 1839 and the mid-1840s. He had premises at 9 Southampton Buildings, Holborn, London.
H. Burn was a British lithographic draughstman active in the 1830s and 40s. As well as topographical scenes, he produced satrical prints such as Hamlet's scull (1830), which was published by S.W. Fores.
Condition: Small circular stain beneath inscription, and wormholes to upper left part of margin, not affecting image. Time toning to sheet.