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Richard Walker (Engraver)

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1Richard Walker was a Liverpool engraver residing in Edmund Street in 1790, Bevington Bush in 1794, Castle Street in 1803, Harrington Street in 1805, and Temple Street in 1808. Alan Smith identified him with a retired ‘Richard Walker, gentleman’ of Rose Place in 1839. His signature as engraver is found in the overglaze print on a creamware jug, together with the name of Joseph Johnson of Liverpool as its printer.  

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