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Bound Print, Plate 12, Modèles de Voitures Louis XV (Models of Louis XV Carriages), ca. 1750

This is a Bound print. It is dated ca. 1750 and we acquired it in 1920. Its medium is engraving on paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was catalogued by Julia Pastor. It is credited Purchased for the Museum by the Advisory Council.

It is signed

Printed in plate, lower left: J.F. Chopard Inv.; lower center: à Paris chez N. J. B. de Poilly rue S. Jacques à l’Esperance

It is inscribed

Printed in plate, upper right: 12 / A. Brancard de Berline / B. Brancard de vis a vis / C. Brancard de Dilligence / D. Brancard de Chais. De Poste / E. Pied de devant de Chaise de Poste / F. Pièd de devant vue de Côté. / G. Pied de devant de Dilligence / H. Traverse de Porte d’enhaut / J. Traverse d’enhaut de devant de Berline / K. Traverse d’Aileron de Berline / L. Traverse d’enhaut de derriere de Berline / M. Frize de Berline / N. Battant de Pavillon / O. Traverse de Brancard ; lower center, above the scale: Echelle de 5. Pièds ; additional printed captions throughout

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Bound Print, Plate 12, Modèles de Voitures Louis XV (Models of Louis XV Carriages), ca. 1750; France; engraving on paper; Purchased for the Museum by the Advisory Council; 1921-6-272-12

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