James Gammon (engraver)
He lived in London, and was employed mainly by booksellers. Among his engravings were portraits of James I, Charles I, Charles II, Catherine of Braganza, James, duke of York, Henry, duke of Gloucester, Mary, princess of Orange, the Duke and Duchess of Monmouth, Richard Cromwell, George Monck, Duke of Albemarle (a copy from Loggan's print), Sir Tobias Mathew (prefixed to his Letters, 1660), Edward Mascall the painter, and others. A portrait of Ann, duchess of Albemarle, was engraved by a Richard Gammon "against Exeter House in ye Strand", probably a relative of James.
- "Gammon, James". Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.
- Strutt, Joseph (1785). A Biographical Dictionary: containing an historical account of all the engravers, from the earliest period of the art of engraving to the present time. London: Robert Faulder, 1785. p. 319.
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