Tools of War Gabion Sand Bags Mantlet Fascines 1798 antique American printBrian DiMambro- Antique & Vintage Maps, Prints, Books & Gold Coins
War. Attack of Fortified Places.
(Various Tools of War- Fascine- Sand Bag- Gabion- Mantlet)
Printed 1798, New York/ Philadelphia, likely by by J. Low.
Engraved by Lawson
Uncommon original antique American produced engraved print.
Printed on period hand-made paper as issued which shows typical signs of age, toned and foxed resulting in a nice patina, but still remains sound.
An appealing, uncommon and interesting antique print produced in late 18th century America which could readily be collected on it's own merits, displayed or given as a present.
In Fair to Good or better antiquarian condition, mostly clean overall, scattered spotting, foxing or age soiling as clearly seen, overall the image is clean and still entirely attractive --
Please inspect enlargeable photo closely- any noteworthy flaws to the printed surface area should be noticeable within zoomable picture provided. This scan forms a central part of the item description and we encourage you to study it carefully.
[ note: We grade very conservatively. We are doing our best to show & describe this item so you are happy when it arrives ].
Despite any small age flaws, the printed area remains visually pleasing.
Overall a nice impression of an original and interesting antique printed image that any collector, dealer or person of taste would be happy to own or display.
Sheet measures c. 8 1/8" W x 10 1/2" H.
Engraved area measures c. 7 1/4" W x 9" H.