Train, Locomotive, Railroad Illustration, 19th Century, Three Prints and a Drawing.
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Train, Locomotive, Railroad Illustration, 19th Century, Three Prints and a Drawing. Including a large chromolithograph, Passenger Engine, Boston Locomotive Works, Holmes Hinkley, President, Boston: J.H. Bufford's Lithography, 313 Washington Street, [late 19th century], closed tears, foxing, dusty; chromolithograph of another Hinkley engine and car, Boston: Chas. H. Crosby Lithography, 46 Water Street, [late 19th century]; Stephenson's Patent Locomotive Engine, [Britain]: Gladwin, [late 19th century], measured and drawn by C.F. Cheffins, toned; [together with] pen-and-ink drawing of an engine on board with watercolor wash by A.F. Bound, 1894, toned, chipped, each piece framed, sizes vary. (4)
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