Village of Nicolet. (B2-D-6b)


Village of Nicolet.
Lower Left: Drawn by J. Bouchette Esqr. Det. Lower Right: Engrav'd by W J Bennett.
Author: Joseph Bouchette, Esq. (Surveyor-General of Lower Canada and Lieutenant-Colonel C.M.)
Source / Publication: A Topographical Description of the Province of Lower Canada, with Remarks Upon Upper Canada, and on the Relative Connexion of Both Provinces with The United States of America
Publisher: W. Faden (Geographer to His Majesty and the Prince Regent)
Place of Publication: Charing-Cross, London
Date: 1815
Artist: Joseph Bouchette
Engraver: W. J. Bennett
Paper Dimensions: 5 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches.
Medium: Steel engraving
Language: English
Coloured: Black and white
Condition: The print is in great condition with some minor wear and minor foxing around the edges, as can be seen. The print has previously been attached to the matting with archival tape and the matting is fresh and clean, as can be seen.
Keywords: Village, town, Village of Nicolet, Nicolet, windmill, boat, row boat, fishing, church, canadian town, A Topographical Description of the Province of Lower Canada, Lower Canada, Joseph Bouchette, Bouchette, 1815, W. Faden, Faden, W. J. Bennett, Bennett, Charing Cross, London, steel engraving, black and white, matted,
Price: US$150
Identification Number: B2-D-6b

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