Thomas Huddleston, Engraver

(fl. 1770-1777)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

An engraver in Dublin. In 1770 he was at the Black Lion, the corner of Temple Lane, and in an advertisement describes himself as "a young beginner." He engraved seals for marking linen, plates for doors, etc. In 1777 he was at 52 South Great George's Street, carrying on his profession as an engraver and seal-cutter, and also making dies for medals.

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