To The Right Hon. Earl Talbot K.G. Lord Lieutenant of the County, This View of Stafford, from the Railway Station Bridge, Is, with Permission, respectfully dedicated, by his Lordship's obliged and obedient humble Servants The Publishers.

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
Notes 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.
Framing mounted
Price £300.00
Stock ID 33010