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A View of the City of New York from Brooklyn Heights, in 1798 by Monsieur C. Memin with a Pantograph Invented by Himself. Inscription: in plate: From an original drawing now in the possession of J.
One of the most detailed views of New York from the late 18th century, probably showing the skyline from the water in 1796. The work is created from three prints joined together.
1 Broadway, Old Slip (foot of William Street), Grace Church, Jone's Wharf, Trinity Church, 1st Presbyterian Church, Wall Street, Federal Hall, Tontin Coffee House, Murrays Wharf, City Hotel, Scotch Presbyterian Church, Present Post Office (Middle Dutch Church), Old Sugar House, Fly Market, Jacksons Wharf, Oswego Market (Head of Maiden Lane), St. Paul's Church, North Dutch Church (steeple erected in 1828), Burling Slip, Brick Church, St.
George's Church (steeple burnt in 1814), Bridewell, Beekman Slip, Jail, New York Hospital, Peck Slip, and Walton House. Title:A View of the City of New York from Brooklyn Heights, in 1798 by Monsieur C. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "0uterbanks" and is located in this country: US.
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