[Engravings of coins and other miscellaneous items]
|Main Creator:||Longmate, Barak, engraver.|
Fig. 1 shows the inscription on a sundial; Fig. 2 shows the quarterings of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester; Figs. 3-4 show two coins found in County Kilkenny, Ireland; Fig. 5 shows a token of St. Ives; Fig. 6 shows a gold coin found in Sussex, England; Fig. 7 is a facsimile of the signature of King Henry I of England; Fig. 8 is a facsimile of the signature of King Henry VIII of England; Fig. 9 shows the inscription found over a chimney piece in an old farmhouse at Pinchbeck, near Spalding, Lincolnshire, England.
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It is not certain whether this engraving was done by Barak Longmate Senior (1737-1793) or by his son, Barak Longmate Junior (1768-1836).
Printed u.r.: Gent. Mag. Feb. 1792. Pl. III p. 121.
Physical description: 1 print : engraving ; image 20.3 x 11.2 cm., within plate mark, on sheet 22.7 x 14 cm.
Citations/References: Page from: The Gentleman's Magazine. - February 1792 Pl. III, pages 121-125