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On the other hand it is also noted that James Banford could be a possible contender as it was he who complained to Duesbury about his eyestrain when devoting microscopic attention to the small figures in his landscapes. Banford's work is still to be positively identified; he freelanced as a decorator before coming to Derby about 1789.
Mark crown, crossed batons dots and D in blue
Numeral 1 for gilder Thomas Soar, pattern 67 and 5 for the ground layer Jonathan Yates