'Cestrensis ecclesiae quondam conventualis S. Werburgae facies australis.' (Chester Cathedral) by Daniel King c.1655-1672

'Cestrensis ecclesiae quondam conventualis S. Werburgae facies australis.' (Chester Cathedral) by Daniel King c.1655-1672
SKU: ches/chec/king/001

An interesting and attractive mid 17th century south facing view of Chester Cathedral, Cheshire which was drawn, etched and engraved by Daniel King (c.1610-1664) and published in William Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanum (London: 1655). Taught by the renowned Wencelaus Hollar (1607-1677), Daniel King (1622-1664) was one of the earliest recorded English topographic engravers / etchers. 

  • This is an original etching / engraving.
  • Printed area is approximately 32cms by 17.5cms.
  • The item is in very good condition with adequate margins. Click on image for a better view.
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  • Guaranteed to be over 340 years old.