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Old oak bannister on the staircase of the Golden Swan, Wilcot. (Wilts) 10 July 1878
William James Herschel returned home in 1878 after 25 years in the Indian civil service. That summer he went on a sketching holiday with S. E. Hardcastle. Though the picture is signed only S. E. H. another sketch in the collection [PAD3712] identifies an S. E. Hardcastle and so it seems likely that the H here refers to Hardcastle rather than Herschel.
William James Herschel
Original size: 144 mm x 231 mm
- Image reference: PY6045
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection