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Stevens & Co (active 1876-1877), Lithographers

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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Albert Grant, Baron Grant (né Abraham Gottheimer) ('Delicate Manipulation')

by 'Pet', printed by Stevens & Co
chromolithograph, published 31 January 1877
NPG D34765


(Paul) Julius de Reuter, Baron de Reuter (né Israel Beer Josaphat)

by 'Pet', printed by Stevens & Co
chromolithograph, published 7 March 1877
NPG D42201


Sir Thomas White

by 'Pet', printed by Stevens & Co
chromolithograph, published 1877
NPG D4775


William Henry Smith

by 'Pet', printed by Stevens & Co
chromolithograph, published 1877?
NPG D8493


Edward Howley Palmer

by 'Pet', printed by Stevens & Co
chromolithograph, published 18 April 1877
NPG D39511


Charles Henry Parkes

by 'Pet', printed by Stevens & Co
chromolithograph, published 3 January 1877
NPG D39542

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