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Miscellaneous documents, portraits, and maps, 1681-1862

Author: Thomas Phillipps, Sir; Jean Mermin Horblit; Harrison D Horblit
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection of portraits, views and documents representing various interests of Sir Thomas Phillipps. The collection includes certificates of his election to four learned societies: Georgia (United States of America) Historical Society; Gesellschaft für altere deutsche Geschichtskunde; Regia Scientarum Academia Borussia; and the Société Française de Statistique Universelle. The engraved portrait drawings include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drawings
Engravings
Maps
Passports
Portaits
Portraits
Maps Facsimiles
Named Person: Moll Cutpurse; John Dunkin; John Cam Broughton, Baron; Hercules Humphreys; William Wyndham, Sir
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Phillipps, Sir; Jean Mermin Horblit; Harrison D Horblit
OCLC Number: 122405952
Notes: Title devised by cataloger.
All items housed in portfolio boxes except for the framed map of Australia.
Description: 19 items ; 45 x 54 cm. and smaller.

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Collection of portraits, views and documents representing various interests of Sir Thomas Phillipps. The collection includes certificates of his election to four learned societies: Georgia (United States of America) Historical Society; Gesellschaft für altere deutsche Geschichtskunde; Regia Scientarum Academia Borussia; and the Société Française de Statistique Universelle. The engraved portrait drawings include but are not limited to: the antiquarian John Dunkin; John Cam Hobhouse (Lord Broughton); Hercules Humphreys; Sir William Wyndham and Moll Cutpurse. A passport allowing him to enter France in 1825 and his chromolithographed reproduction of the first printed map of Australia from Nicholas Vallard's Atlas (1547) are also part of this collection.

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