Inscribed in pencil at lower left: The three names; at right: 1869.
Block signed with the artist's monogram and the name of the engraver.
Proof of a wood engraving by Harral after a drawing for an illustration by Charles Keene for the short story "The three names," published in London society's Holiday number for 1869.
The Library also owns an original pen and ink sketch by Keene for this illustration (see: 1986.2092).
Illustration of an outdoor setting with three men in hiking gear and equipped with pick axes standing in the foreground while a fourth man peers at them from behind a boulder in the background.