To the Right Honorable and Honorable the Post Masters General of Ireland, this view of the Post Office in Sackville Street Dublin, is with due respect, inscribed by their Lordships most obedient servant, Francis Johnston, architect.
Walmesley del. ; R. & D. Havell sculp..
|Main Creator:||Havell the elder, Robert, fl. 1800-1840, engraver.|
View of the front of the General Post Office, Sackville Street [now O'Connell Street], Dublin; men in foreground doing road maintenance.
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London : John Murphy, Fitzroy Square ; December 9th, 1809.
G. Tesloline's, Cornhill,
Formerly at call number 537TD.
Physical description: 1 print : aquatint (coloured) ; image 44 x 53.8 cm., plate mark 51.4 x 60.8 cm., sheet 60.1 x 87 cm..
Citations/References: National library of Ireland catalogue of topographical prints and original drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Malton Press, Dublin, 1975 ; p. 28.
Attributed to Robert Havell the elder, (fl. 1800-1840), and son after an original drawing by Thomas Walmsley, (1763-1806).
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