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Cromarty Image Library

Clarke print of Cromarty
The Cromarty Archive
Clarke print of Cromarty

This is a copy of the Clarke engraving produced around 1800? (I'm sure David Alston will be snorting with amusement and put me right). There's a certain amount of artistic license (the ruined wall in the foreground), but the view of the town and ships is very interesting. The engraving is also currently used in the Cromarty leaflet. A close up of the area around the town is shown on picture #442.
Picture added on 31 July 2003
Hello. We have been fortunate to visit Cromarty and thoroughly enjoyed it. Would you know of a way we could purchase a copy of this print? We would like to frame and hang it over our mantle, if available. Thank you.
Added by Joe Renta on 20 December 2020
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