Transparent View - Dutch, with Duplicate, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 711 (Sale info: TO BE AUCTIONED).
"These splendid cosmoramic views are all painted in a very superior manner, and to each one there is a large and very fine magnifying glass. They are well calculated either for permanent or traveling exhibition." [P. 25; note refers collectively to serials 06500088 through 06500102. Exhibited under heading: "The grand cosmorama."]
Catalogue of Splendid and Rare Curiosities, Consisting of Paintings, Engravings, Wax Figures, Busts, Animals, Birds, Fishes, Shells, Minerals, &c., to be sold at auction on Monday, July 11, 1842, at 9 o'clock, by N.A. Thompson & Co., at Harrington's Museum, in Boston, Comprising the Whole of Mr. Harrington's Rare and Valuable Collection, including Cosmoramic Views, Conflagration of Moscow, Stage Properties, &c. Boston: David Hooton, Printer, Ruskin's Building, Tremont Street.