"Cap-Maker" Pu-Qua Canton The Costume of China Engraving, Dadley, Miller - London"Cap-Maker" Pu-Qua Canton The Costume of China Engraving, Dadley, Miller - London

Charming and colorful The Costume of China engraving after Pu-Qua entitled Plate LI. Cap-Maker.

Inscriptions on each page read as follows:
Pu-Qua. Canton. Delin. Dadley, London, Sculpt. Published May 4, 1799, by W. Miller, Old Bond Street, London.

Pu-Qua was a Chinese illustrator. John Dadley (1767 - 1817) was a British engraver who worked in London. William Miller (1769-1844) was a London bookseller.

The Costume of China Illustrated by Sixty Engravings with Explanations by George Henry Mason, Esquire. Major of his Majesty's (Late) 102 Regiment was first published in London, printed for W. Miller, Old Bond Street. By S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, Holborn. MDCCC.

They come nicely matted and framed, ready to display. In very good used condition with minor imperfections as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.

Measurements: Frames: 13 3/8" by 15" approximately.

Item ID: 3261B


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"Cap-Maker" Pu-Qua Canton The Costume of China Engraving, Dadley, Miller - London

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