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date: 09 December 2019

Mosley, Charleslocked

(d. 1756)
  • Timothy Clayton


Mosley, Charles (d. 1756), engraver and printseller, is first mentioned on a print, The Citadel of Plymouth, published on 25 July 1737. At the outset of his career he probably executed copies for printsellers: The Twelve Months, after Josef Wagner, were probably examples of such work. He continued to engrave frontispieces and illustrations for booksellers, including five after ...

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F. M. O'Donoghue & H. M. Hake, , 6 vols. (1908–25)
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