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Title

Plate representing a complete perspective view of all the machinery of a bleach mill, upon the newest and most approved constructions, consisting of the wash mill rubbing boards moved by a crank, and Beetling engine for glazing the cloth.

Object Name

PRINT; Stipple engraving

Maker

Hincks, William; Hincks, William; Hincks, William (Primary maker)
Hincks, William (artist)
Hincks, William (publisher)
Hincks, William (engraver)

Date Made

23/08/1783 (publication)
before 1780
23/08/1783 (publication)
before 1780

Place Made

Ireland (North)
Scarva

Description

Stipple engraving, [framed and glazed], with Coat of Arms of Bernard Ward, 1st Baron (later 1st Viscount) Bangor. Hincks print IX. One of a set of 12 plates representing the various processes used in the linen manufacture in the north of Ireland.

Catalogue Number

BELUM.P414.1936

Copyright

National Museums NI