Engraving, Thomas Mifflin by Edward Wellmore

After a Painting by Gilbert Stuart in possession of G.M. Dallas Esqr.

Engraving, Thomas Mifflin by Edward Wellmore, Image 1

Engraving. Portrait of Thomas Mifflin [1744-1800] facing left wearing military uniform... likely Continental Army. Facsimile signature. Served as President of the Continental Congress and was the first Governor of Pennsylvania. Mifflin resigned from his duties in the Continental Congress in 1775 to assist in the war effort. He was made a major and then an aide-de-camp of General George Washington. His role in the Battle of Trenton and the Battle of Princeton lead to him being promoted to major general.

Date: Undated, circa 1840

Measurement: Frame: 8.5" x 10.25"; view: 6" x 4"

Material: Engraving on paper

Condition: Very good condition, not examined out of frame


SKU: 843-368

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