Glass engraving on Tyne and Wear, 1750 to 1860 / [Alan Leach].

Glass engraving on Tyne and Wear, 1750 to 1860 / [Alan Leach].

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Leach, Alan, author
3 unnumbered leaves, 57 leaves : illustrations, facsimiles ; 30 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (leaf 57).
Photocopy. [Carlisle, PA : I. Simmonds, 2014] 28 cm. Author's name is cut off from photocopy. c. 1
Photocopy. Corning, N.Y. : Rakow Library, 2014 Reduced 93%. c. 2
Gift; Ian Simmonds; 2014; 1000151447
Wheel engraving comes to England --
The Challinges: Samuel, father and son, and John --
Thomas Alexander and his times, including Isaiah Levi and Christian David Shiner --
The Hudsons: Thomas, Robert, Thomas and Henry --
The other engravers, I: Robert Pile, Robert Greener, John RIchardson, John Williams, John Malachi Watson --
The other engravers, II: Lancelot Foreman, Noah and Matthew Birkenshaw, John Bell, John Thorpe, John Sewell, Andrew Lawrie, Joseph Leighton, William Fawcus and James Orwin --
The basket motif --
In conclusion --
Robert Hudson's will and codicils.