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Charles Dilly

(1739-1807), Bookseller

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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Isaac Watts, by George White, sold by  Edward Dilly, and sold by  Charles Dilly - NPG 640

Isaac Watts

by George White, sold by Edward Dilly, and sold by Charles Dilly
mezzotint, 1727
NPG 640

Isaac Watts, by George White, sold by  Edward Dilly, and sold by  Charles Dilly - NPG D4699

Isaac Watts

by George White, sold by Edward Dilly, and sold by Charles Dilly
mezzotint, 1727
NPG D4699

Isaac Watts, by George White, sold by  Edward Dilly, and sold by  Charles Dilly - NPG D4700

Isaac Watts

by George White, sold by Edward Dilly, and sold by Charles Dilly
mezzotint, 1727
NPG D4700

John Dove, by James Watson, published by  Carington Bowles, published by  Edward Dilly, published by  Charles Dilly, after  S. Elmer - NPG D35375

John Dove

by James Watson, published by Carington Bowles, published by Edward Dilly, published by Charles Dilly, after S. Elmer
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D35375

John Dove, by James Watson, published by  Carington Bowles, published by  Edward Dilly, published by  Charles Dilly, after  S. Elmer - NPG D35376

John Dove

by James Watson, published by Carington Bowles, published by Edward Dilly, published by Charles Dilly, after S. Elmer
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D35376

Alexander Cruden, by Thomas Trotter, published by  Charles Dilly, after  Thomas Frye - NPG D19199

Alexander Cruden

by Thomas Trotter, published by Charles Dilly, after Thomas Frye
line engraving, published 5 May 1785
NPG D19199

Thomas Sheridan, by Edmund Scott, published for  Charles Dilly, after  Robert Stewart - NPG D23293

Thomas Sheridan

by Edmund Scott, published for Charles Dilly, after Robert Stewart
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1789
NPG D23293

Samuel Johnson, by James Heath, published by  Charles Dilly, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D34873

Samuel Johnson

by James Heath, published by Charles Dilly, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
stipple engraving, published 10 April 1791 (1756-1757)
NPG D34873

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Thomas Sheridan

by Edmund Scott, published for Charles Dilly, after Robert Stewart
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1789
NPG D14500

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