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|Archive reference number||NGA27/23/16/38|
E.E. Leggatt from Messrs. Agnew & Sons: Print
A framed print featuring strange figures outside Messrs. Leggatt's new shop at no. 62. Cheapside. The notice over the display window reads E.E. Leggatt from Messrs. Agnew & Sons, and it was published by Frank Paton (1884). A note on the back of the frame reads "With the compliments and best wishes from your ex neighbouts, 1985" and it was presented by Mr [unidentified] connected to The Parker Gallery, 12A-12B Berkeley Street, London.
A typed extract by Geoffrey Agnew attempting to identify the story behind the print can be found at reference NGA27/24/2.
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