(this is a very small original imagesee note on image sizes)

A lithograph, transferred from a steel plate engraving, with the sky printed in blue from a woodblock, published by Thomas Nelson & Sons, c1860. Known as a Nelson print – Thomas Nelson invented this cheap way of multiple printing from a number of identical lithographic images on one large stone. The process was an attempt to compete with the increasing popularity of topographical photography.

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Royal Pavilion

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Royal Pavilion 50.822380, -0.137656 Royal Pavilion. There is more than one image of this site. Click here to view images.