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image © Trustees of the British Museum | Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Patent steam carriage...

1828

Print after G. Morton

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Title

Patent steam carriage...

Date

1828

Artist

Print after G. Morton

Description

A steam carriage, loaded with apssengers and their luggage, driver sitting at the front on the far left, and man with trumpet sitting on the back. 1828. Hand-coloured aquatint.
Additional Makers: Publisher - James Adcock; Print maker - H Pyall
Inscription: Lettered above image with title and below image with a description of the carriage, beginning "The above is a representation of a Steam Carriage, the invention of Mr. W.H.James of Birmingham..." and: "London. Published by James Adcock, 16 Finch Lane, Cornhill, April, 1828."
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England

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