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The Golden Calendar. With A Perpetual Almanac...
Designed by Walter Severn
(British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Date: [1864–65]
Medium: Copper etching, chromolithography
Accession Number: 62.648.1
Passages from the Poems of Thomas Hood, Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club, in Thirty-Four Plates
Written by Thomas Hood
(British, London 1799–1845 London)
Date: 1858
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 26.12.3
Fair Ines (No. 24 in Passages from the Poems of Thomas Hood, Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club, in Thirty-Four Plates)
Walter Severn
(British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Date: 1858
Medium: Etching on chine collé
Accession Number: 26.12.3(24)
Passages from Modern English Poets
Edited by The Junior Etching Club
(British, 19th century)
Date: 1875
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 41.102.49
The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies (No. 21 in Passages from the Poems of Thomas Hood, Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club, in Thirty-Four Plates)
Walter Severn
(British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Date: 1858
Medium: Etching on chine collé
Accession Number: 26.12.3(21)
The Golden Calendar. With A Perpetual Almanac...
Designed by Walter Severn
(British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Date: [1864–65]
Accession Number: 62.648.1
Passages from the Poems of Thomas Hood, Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club, in Thirty-Four Plates
Written by Thomas Hood
(British, London 1799–1845 London)
Date: 1858
Accession Number: 26.12.3
Fair Ines (No. 24 in Passages from the Poems of Thomas Hood, Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club, in Thirty-Four Plates)
Walter Severn
(British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Date: 1858
Accession Number: 26.12.3(24)
Passages from Modern English Poets
Edited by The Junior Etching Club
(British, 19th century)
Date: 1875
Accession Number: 41.102.49
The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies (No. 21 in Passages from the Poems of Thomas Hood, Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club, in Thirty-Four Plates)
Walter Severn
(British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Date: 1858
Accession Number: 26.12.3(21)

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