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Two headpieces to an edition of 'Royal Engagement Pocket Atlas' for 1815, printed from one plate, showing scenes from Walter Scott's 'The Bridal of Triermain', lettered to the left of the scene with the month, to the right with the number of days in that month, and below with subject details; by Angus after Stothard. 1815
February, 'Portcullis rose with crashing groom'; a man leading horse, blowing trumpet to open the gate at left.
February, 'and, from beneath his glove of mail'; a knight in armour on horseback at left, castle at right.
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Height: 26 millimetres (each image approx.)
Width: 60 millimetres
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Associated Title: The Bridal of Triermain
Associated Title: The Royal Engagement Pocket Atlas
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