Sir Richard G. Macdonnell. - Hon. Edward Bowen. - Sir John Michel. - Sir. Wm. F. Williams. - Sir John B. Robinson. (B2-83)
Lower Left: Engraved Expressly for "Tuttle's History of the Dominion" - To Find Biographies See Index. Lower Right: The Burland Desbarats Litho. Compy.
Author: Charles Richard Tuttle (b. 1848)
Source / Publication: Tuttle's Popular History of the Dominion of Canada, with Art Illustrations. From the Earliest Settlement of the British-American Colonies to the Present Time; Together with Portrait Engravings and Biographical Sketches of the Most Distinguished Men of the Nation.
Publisher: D. Downie & Co., Publishers; Tuttle & Downie, Publishers; H. B. Bigney & Co., Publishers; D. Downie & Co., Publishers
Place of Publication: Montreal; Boston; Moncton, N.B.; London, England
Volume: Volume 1
Page Number: Between pages 192 and 193
Printer: Franklin Press: Rand, Avery & Company, 117 Franklin Street, Boston
Paper Dimensions: 11 x 8 1/2 inches.
Medium: Steel engraving
Coloured: Black and white
Condition: The print is in great condition with very minimal wear around the edges, including some damage to the top left corner of the print, beyond the printed area, as can be seen.
Keywords: Sir Richard G. Macdonnell, Hon. Edward Bowen, Sir John Michel, Sir. Wm. F. Williams, Sir John B. Robinson, Macdonnell, Bowen, Michel, Williams, Robinson, Portrait, Portraits, Portraiture, Tuttle, Charles Tuttle, History of the Dominion, Popular History of the Dominion, Downie, Bigney, History, Dominion, Canada, Canadian History, Antique, Antique Print, Steel Engraving, Engraving, Prints, Printmaking, Original, Rare prints, rare books, Wall decor, Home decor, office art, Unique, 1877,
Identification Number: B2-83
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