The Paul Revere Portfolio, Works That Changed America


Three images printed from Paul Revere's original copper plates by Robert Townsend & Katherine Hanlon at R.E.Townsend Studio, Amesbury, Massachusetts in 2005. Set number 154 of 500 contains The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a Party of the 29th Regt.; A view of Part of the Town of Boston in New England and British Ships of War landing their Troops, 1768; and Soldiers' Pay 1775-1776. Printed on Arches Cover White 100% cotton rag paper. Hand colored by Jane C. Niebling, Paper Art, Newbuyport, Massachusetts. Introductory letter signed by William Francis Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. All housed in original blue cloth boards portfolio. Portfolio height 17.75 inches, width 13.75 inches. While there were 500 copies slated there were only apporximately 380 printed.



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