|A hand-coloured print portraying a classically eccentric English dandy. On the back, which has been folded into a letter, is written ‘My dear Campbell, I send you earliest information that I can get for your inspiration. I own opera tickets which you can make as late use you please of. Sincerely yours J H Standish, Clarendon this day’. Another note gives the recipient as Walter Campbell esq, Claremont Hotel, Bond Street. To the front it is inscribed ‘A Dandy of 1819’ or, as a pun on the name Standish, ‘ Or a Standing Dish of the Ton’. It was published June 19th 1819 by S W Fores No.50 Piccadilly London.|
|Lot ID: 298|
|Low Estimate: GBP 350|
|High Estimate: GBP 550|
|Next Bid: GBP 175|
|Sale ID: 1|
|Sale Date: July 14, 2016|
|Sale Location: Virtual Live Auction|
|Sale Sponsor: British Antique Dealers Association|
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|Location of Origin: England|
|Medium/Materials: Hand-coloured print|
|Dimensions: Height: 46.5cms (18.25 inches); Width: 32cms (12.5inches)|
|Primary Classification: Folk Art and Americana : Paintings, Prints & Multiples|
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|Offered By:||BADA Antiques Auction : 413 Lots : July 14,2016 : 10AM EST|
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