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James Basire (1730–1802
London), also known as James Basire Sr., was a British engraver. He is the most significant of a family of engravers, and noted for his apprenticing of the young William Blake.

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by Basire, James, 1730-1802
London (New Street, Shoe Lane, and The Strand) : Publish'd as the Act directs by Wm. Strahan & Thos. Cadell, 1777 Feby. 1st
PicturePicture [still image, sheet]
 
by Basire, James, 1730-1802
[London (New street, Shoe Lane, and The Stand) : published by Wm. Strahan & Thos. Cadell], 1777
PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
 
by Basire, James, 1730-1802
[London (New Street, Shoe Lane, and The Strand) : Published by Wm. Strahan & Thos. Cadell, Feb. 1st, 1777
PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
 
by Basire, James, 1730-1802
London (New Street, Shoe Lane, and The Strand) : Publish'd as the Act directs by Wm. Strahan & Thos. Cadell, 1777 Feby. 1st
PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
 
 
Philadelphia: : Printed by W. Dunlap, at the newest-printing-office, on the south side of the Jersey-market., [1759]
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
 
[Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by W. Dunlap, at the newest-printing-office, on the south side of the Jersey-Market, Philadelphia., [1759]
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
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