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ROMNEY, John (1786-1863). Engraver.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, 13 Clarendon Square, 9 March 1829. Naming his price to engrave a drawing.
'In answer to yours respecting engraving Mr Hunt's drawing from the quantity of labour there must necessarily be in the plate the price will be 55 Guineas - upon which I of course will give it every attention. ...'
The identity of Hunt has not been established. It could be William Henry Hunt (1790-1864) or Andrew Hunt (1790-1861), or indeed another of that surname.
 Together with an admission ticket to the Artists' Conversazione at Freemasons' Tavern 1827, made out for W[illiam] S. Hall and signed by Romney.

£85 [No: 25353]
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