George Vertue

George Vertue by [[Jonathan Richardson George Vertue (1684 – 24 July 1756) was an English engraver and antiquary, whose notebooks on British art of the first half of the 18th century are a valuable source for the period. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Vertue, George
Published 1740
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by Vertue, George
Published 1736
Printed for James, John and Paul Knapton, at the Crown in Ludgate-Street

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by Vertue, George
Published 1736
Printed for James, John and Paul Knapton, at the Crown in Ludgate-Street

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by Vertue, George
Published 1745
Printed in London, for the editor G. V. A Member of the Society of Antiquaries

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by Vertue, George
Published 1780
Sold by T. Payne, C. Dilly, H. Payne, J. Walter, N. Conant

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by Vertue, George
Published 1759
printed for William Bathoe, at his Circulating Library in the Strand, near Exeter Exchange

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by Vertue, George
Published 1753
Invented and published by Geo: Vertue according to Act of Parliament Novr. 17

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by Vertue, George
Published 1780
printed by J. Nichols, Printer To The Society Of Antiquaries.. Sold by T. Payne and Son; C. Dilly; H. Payne; J. Walter; and N. Conant

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by Vertue, George
Published 1741
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by Vertue, George
Published 1753
Invented and published by Geo. Vertue, according to Act of Parliament, Novr. 17. 1753

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by Chiffinch, William
Published 1758
printed for W. Bathoe, at his Circulating Library near Exeter Change, in the Strand
Other Authors: '; ...Vertue, George...

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by Van der Doort, Abraham
Published 1757
Printed for W. Bathoe, at his Circulating Library near Exeter Change, in the Strand
Other Authors: '; ...Vertue, George...

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by South, Robert
Published 1715
printed by G. James, for Jonah Bowyer at the Rose in Ludgate-Street
Other Authors: '; ...Vertue, George...