Pair of engravings of English gothic churches by John Coney (1819)

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Two framed copperplate engravings of English Gothic ecclesiastical buildings. Engraved and printed by John Coney. Signed in the plate and published in London, 1819. The engravings have been archival mounted and framed in a black wood molding. One engraving is of the southeast view of the Collegiate Church of Howden, Yorkshire, and the second is the southwest view of Lincoln Cathedral, Minster Yard, Lincoln. 

London, England, 1819.

Condition: Both works have been cleaned, reframed, and are in very good original condition.

Materials: Engraving, Laid Paper

Dimensions: 23” W x 1-1/2" D x 19” H (framed)

SKU: 4806

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