Washington Wilson of Aberdeen, like James Valentine of Dundee, produced
a very large number of views of Scotland in the 19th century. Both
companies sold their prints individually and mounted into albums.
The image below is taken from an
albumen print, approx 5.25 ins x 8 ins. The title of the photograph is
Nelson's Mont., Calton Hill, Edinburgh. This monument to
Nelson is in the shape of an upturned telescope.
[No.163G.W.W.] was one of the earliest of George Washington
Wilson's photos. I have not yet discovered the date when it was