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    George Washington: Five 18th Century Engravings. 1) 3.5" x 6" portrait of "Georg Washington, Esqr." By J. C. H. Fritsch, circa 1780, Hart 139a, Baker 53, 2) 5" x 8" portrait of "George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army" done by J. Hinton for the "Universal Magazine" in 1781, Baker 43, 3) 4.5" x 8" portrait of "G. Washington, General Der Noord-Amercaanen" by Dutch artist Reinhardt Vinkeles, circa 1780s, Hart 56, 4) 5.5" x 7.75" portrait published by Bonneville and Ruotte of Paris in 1796, Hart 172, Baker 69 (year of birth mistakenly given as 1733!), and 5) 3.5" x 5.5" portrait from "Parson's Genuine Edition of Hume's England" published in May 1795, Hart 165c.

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