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Theodora de Verdion, an eccentric teacher of languages, a book seller and collector of medals. Engraving by G. Scott, 1803.
- Scott, G.
- 1 Feb[ruary] 1804
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[London] (London House Yard) ; [London] (447 Strand) : R.S. Kirby : L. Scott, 1 Feb[ruary] 1804.
1 print : stipple engraving and etching ; platemark 19.2 x 13.9 cm
Miss Grahn alias Theodora de Verdion known by the name of Dr. de Verdion; teacher of languages &c. &c. died July 15 1802.
Wellcome Library no. 20927i