Baltimore: Ferrai & Dupin.
Stipple engraving. Sheet measures 12.75" x 9".
This circa 1798 print features a half length portrait of George Washington. Washington is seen here dressed in military uniform sitting on a chair holding a plan. His sword rests on his right arm while his hat is placed on a table next to him. A medal from the Society of Cincinnati hangs from his left lapel. In the background rows of military tents are visible.
The head of Washington is based on the Gilbert Stuart's "Anthenaeum". Engraved by John Galland after F. Bartoli. This is the 2nd state of this print, which can be recognized by the name of the publisher Ferrai and Dupin. Dedication to Commodore John Barry is included. Below the image is an eagle with a crest with the motto of the United States, "E Pluribus Unum".
In good condition with thin left and right margins. Top margin cut off. Some edge wear and closed verso repairs. Damage over the word "Dupin" in lower right. Minor wear along original centerfold. Hard to find.