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Print, Designs for a Gate, a Railing Panel, Two Key Hole Ornaments, and a Key Top, in Nouveau Livre de Serrurie (New Book of Ironsmithing), ca. 1700

This is a Print. It was designed by Daniel Marot. It is dated ca. 1700 and we acquired it in 1988. Its medium is engraving and black ink on cream laid paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Museum purchase from General Acquisitions Endowment Fund.

Its dimensions are

H x W: 33.8 x 22.8 cm (13 5/16 in. x 9 in.)

It is inscribed

In black ink beneath each design are labels written in french.

Cite this object as

Print, Designs for a Gate, a Railing Panel, Two Key Hole Ornaments, and a Key Top, in Nouveau Livre de Serrurie (New Book of Ironsmithing), ca. 1700; Designed by Daniel Marot (French, active in the Netherlands and England, 1661–1752); France; engraving and black ink on cream laid paper; H x W: 33.8 x 22.8 cm (13 5/16 in. x 9 in.); Museum purchase from General Acquisitions Endowment Fund; 1988-4-8

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