When they say antique they mean it. As soon as I carefully unveiled it from it packaging I could smell the scent of old paper... like and an old antique, dusty book in a library or archive but in a good way...no sorry a brilliant way. It is not thee original obviously and with a keen eye you can unfortunately spot the differences but...WHO CARES?
You have your own old, gorgeous piece of history in your hands, why let the name of the engraver or crafter ruin the feeling of touching and owning a fine piece of beautiful old century art.
Oh and the set of A Harlot's progress is a spectacular sight and story, and if you buy the dvd (yes it comes in movie form to nowadays!) it makes this little gem just even more special.
I know I treasure mine.