No. 9. Morgan's Improved Protean Scenery. Napoleon Powerless and Powerful. 'This Print at first represents the Exiled Emperor musing on the Sea Shore; and upon holding it before the light, you will again behold him powerful – reviewing his soldiers – forming one of the most pleasing illusions that can be imagined.'
London: W. Morgan, No date [circa 1838]. Mounted hand-coloured lithographic transformational print, 250 x 280 mm., with mounted label below. Some browning and foxing; some staining to the top edge of the mount; else very good.
Book ID: 12718
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