HOLLOWAY, Thomas, letters, autographs, documents, manuscripts

We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association We are members of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers


Home | Recent | Search | Browse | Contact | Links | Information | News | Facsimiles | Forgeries | Back

HOLLOWAY, Thomas (1748-1827). Engraver.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed peer ('My Lord'), 2 pages 4to, Hampton, Middlesex, 22 April 1822. Expressing great gratitude at his Lordship's patronage, sending some engravings with an indication of their price ('which, if your Lordship pleases, may be paid to the bearer, who is furnished with a receipt').

'... I beg leave to suggest that the readiest mode of viewing the prints to advantage is to place them against the back of the Folio on a chair, nearly upright, between a front and side light, seating yourself on a chair before them, with the analysis, if your Lordship pleases, in your hand. ...'


£45 [No: 25981]
Email about this entry
The image shows the second page only.