William Daniell (British, 1769-1837) A Collection of Eleven Coloured Aquatints Three from the The Island of Staffa series (Abbey 510): 'Exterior of Finghal's Cave, Staffa', 'View from the Island of Staffa', 'The Clam Shell Cave, Staffa', 1818, on wove, printed by Thomas Davison, published by Longman & Co and the artist, London, 225 x 300mm (8 7/8 x 11 3/4in)(PL), together with eight others: 'Peel Castle, Lancashire', 'Boscastle Pier on the coast of Cornwall', 'The Old Man of Hoy', 'Lancaster Castle', 'Mary Port Cumberland', 'Harrington near Whitehaven, Cumberland', 'Mull of Galloway, Wigtonshire', 'View near Lower Heysham, Lancashire'  11
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William Daniell (British, 1769-1837) A Collection of Eleven Coloured Aquatints Three from the The Island of Staffa series (Abbey 510): 'Exterior of Finghal's Cave, Staffa', 'View from the Island of Staffa', 'The Clam Shell Cave, Staffa', 1818, on wove, printed by Thomas Davison, published by Longman & Co and the artist, London, 225 x 300mm (8 7/8 x 11 3/4in)(PL), together with eight others: 'Peel Castle, Lancashire', 'Boscastle Pier on the coast of Cornwall', 'The Old Man of Hoy', 'Lancaster Castle', 'Mary Port Cumberland', 'Harrington near Whitehaven, Cumberland', 'Mull of Galloway, Wigtonshire', 'View near Lower Heysham, Lancashire' 11
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William Daniell (British, 1769-1837)
A Collection of Eleven Coloured Aquatints
Three from the The Island of Staffa series (Abbey 510): 'Exterior of Finghal's Cave, Staffa', 'View from the Island of Staffa', 'The Clam Shell Cave, Staffa', 1818, on wove, printed by Thomas Davison, published by Longman & Co and the artist, London, 225 x 300mm (8 7/8 x 11 3/4in)(PL), together with eight others: 'Peel Castle, Lancashire', 'Boscastle Pier on the coast of Cornwall', 'The Old Man of Hoy', 'Lancaster Castle', 'Mary Port Cumberland', 'Harrington near Whitehaven, Cumberland', 'Mull of Galloway, Wigtonshire', 'View near Lower Heysham, Lancashire'
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