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Combat memorable entre le Pearson et Paul Jones / Richard Paton pinxit ; gravé par Balth. Frederic Leizel.

Combat memorable entre le Pearson et Paul Jones / Richard Paton pinxit ; gravé par Balth. Frederic Leizel.

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Vue d'optique showing naval battle during Revolutionary War between John Paul Jones of the Bonhomme Richard and Capt. Richard Pearson of the British naval vessel Serapis, Sept. 22, 1779.
Title appears in reverse letters on print.
By Balthasar Friedrich Leizelt after a painting by Richard Paton.
Inscribed in ink on upper right corner: No. 309.
Reference copy also available in LOT 4412 MA.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1779
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Leizelt, Balthasar Friedrich, engraver
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