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John Leech Mr Jorrocks wants twenty Engraving 19th century

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John Leech (1817 - 1864) Mr Jorrocks wants twenty Engraving 19th century

This is an engraved print which is based on a character Mr Jorrock, from Robert Smith Surtees novels.

The engraving is dated around 1850s.

This is 1 of 8 prints that we have, please check our other listings.

Size 20cm x 14cm

Good condition and well kept

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John Leech Mr Jorrocks wants twenty Engraving 19th century

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