Letter: 1875 Dec. 15, National Portrait Gallery, Exhibition road, South Kensington, W., / George Scharf. 1875.

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Scharf, George, 1820-1895. Letter: 1875 Dec. 15, National Portrait Gallery, Exhibition road, South Kensington, W., / George Scharf.

Letter: 1875 Dec. 15, National Portrait Gallery, Exhibition road, South Kensington, W., / George Scharf. 1875.

Concerns Laing's edition of Wilkie and Geddes etchings. Invites Laing to dine when next in london.

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Scharf, George, 1820-1895

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