Four English hand-colored engravings of St. Petersburg

circa 1815

After Mormay and engraved by Clark & Dubourgh, London, the four prints originally from a calendar and depicting April, "View of the Parade & the Imperial Palace at St. Petersburgh;" July, "View of the Canal of the Moika, the Bridge & the Police Establishment at St. Petersburgh;" September, "View of the Champ de Mars & the Summer Garden at St. Petersburgh;" and October, "View of the Square of Kassan and the Cathedral at St. Petersburgh;" each in fine polychrome matte and giltwood frame.

H: 19 1/2, W: 23 in. (frames)



PROVENANCE:

Rare Old Prints, Royal Oak, Michigan.
Property of a Philadelphia gentleman.
Estimate $700-900


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Sold for $455 (buyer's premium included)