West Country Mails at the Gloucester Coffee House, Piccadilly, London
Charles Rosenberg (b.1824 - fl.1844-1848)
Art / Prints
Ppaer, wood, glass and metal
803 x 1034 mm; 25 mm (Length)
Place of origin
Tyntesfield, North Somerset
Print, engraving, West Country Mails at the Gloucester Coffee House, Piccadilly, London by James Pollard (Islington 1792 - Chelsea 1867). Hand coloured print of engraving titled; West Country Mails at the Gloucester Coffee House, Piccadilly. The street scene has a row of buildings and shops in the background and in the foreground a coach and horses and various figures and a dog. Printed below; Painted by James Pollard London. Published by Thomas McLean, 26, Haymarket 1828 (and) Giraldon Bovinet, Passage Vivienne, 26a Paris. Engraved by C. Rosenberg / WEST COUNTRY MAILS AT THE GLOUCESTER COFFEE HOUSE, PICCADILLY. Frame is simple polished wood with a gilt inner mount. (glass broken). On reverse is printed label reading; this print was formerly the property of The Right Honourable / William L. Burdett - Coutts, M.P. / and was at Holly Lodge, Highgate. Another handwritten label reads; Old Colours Engraving.
Purchased from the estate of the late Lord Wraxall with the assistance of the NHMF and donations from members and supporters.
Makers and roles
Charles Rosenberg (b.1824 - fl.1844-1848), engraver James Pollard (Islington 1792 - Chelsea 1867), artist Thomas McLean, engraver and publisher