1835 print from engraving drawn and engraved by Thomas Allom and J. W. Lowry of Carlisle Cathedral in England.
An original 1835 print from engraving drawn and engraved by  Thomas Allom and J. W. Lowry entitled:


Interesting information. "...of this cathedral, the choir is by far the most magnificent portion. It was begun in the reign of Edward III of by Bishop Welton, and finished by his successors to the episcopal chair. The stalls are richly decorated with Tabernacle work and the episcopal throne is elegant and stately. The dimensional of the choir are 137 feet in length by 71 feet in breadth, including the aisles; the height being 75 feet......".

The print measures overall approximately 205 x 135 mm (8 x 5.25 inches ). There is some age yellowing and spotting - please check the larger picture for condition.Anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. This item will be shipped flat in a board backed envelope, and protected inside that envelope by a plastic sleeve.
The term "an original print" etc. is a pictorial image made in a manner which allows it to be multiplied, and originating from the date stated. This includes examples of various methods of printmaking including engravings, etchings, woodcut etc. Many prints inevitably would have been originally bound in a book at some time. 
Condition Used
Weight 0.1kg