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Artisstic French Bronzed B Sta atuettes. Joss. Richermozz, Fabrique de d Bronze, Paris. P Sole Agents in the United Kingdom: K S. Lesser & Sons, Ltd., 23,24,25,266,27, Houndssditch. 1.
[n.d, c.1920.]] Oblong quartto, printed wrappers, stapleed; pp. (iv)+66+(2), illustrated wiith halftone illlustrations. as issued. £1660 s clocks, vases, wiith A wholesale catalogue of statuettes, a pricelist. Stock: 48824
[Twoo French tab bleware saleesman's brochures.]] 2.
[n.d., c.1820.] Oblong 4to, pplain paper biinders as issueed: vol 1 with 16 halftone pplates of cutlerry samples; vo ol 2 with 16 halftone platees of cutlery samples, s 12 pllates of tea poots, trays and othher tableware, an additional cutlery plate and a photoggraph of a cofffee pot and sugar pot. 1 platte loose, paper age-toned. £4550 mbered platess, A product caatalogue, with randomly num i.e. H & C. S Stamp at top right r in red. Stock: 48825
[Peat Bog, B Scotlandd.] 4.. [E Etching by Thomas Lupton after J.M.W. Turner.] [1 1864.] Ettching. 215 x 295mm (8½ x 11½") large margins. £60 A copy of the etched e proof oof the mezzotin nt by George Clint for Turner's 'Liber Studdiorum', origin nally pu ublished 1812. Finburg: 455 copy. Stock: 48601
[Coat-o of-Arms of W Worshipfulll Company off Distillers.] 5..
[n n.d., c.1740.] En ngraving. Platte: 185 x 145m mm (7¼ x 5¾ ¾'') large margins. m £260 Th he coat-of-arm ms for the Woorshipful Com mpany of Distillers, D with the heraldic m motto 'Drop ass Raine Distill D as Dew'' below. The aarms is flankeed by a Eu uropean figure and Native A American and d shows diistilling aparattus gathering w water from th he clouds. American A interest. Stock: 49135
6.. Hair Devices. Lo ondon, Printed d for Bowles & Carver, No o. 69 St. Paaul's Church Yard. Y Publisheed 29 Sept. 17 795. Rare, Plate: 210 0 x 160cm (8¼ ¼ x 6½''). Thrread margins. £280 A print showing g ornamental hair devices for f decorative haair work from 'A Book of N New and Alleg gorical Devices D for Arttists in Generaal, and Particu ularly for Jeewellers, Enam mel Painters, PPattern Draweers' by go oldsmith Terry y Garnet publlished in 1795. Stock: 48524
7.. Duque de Ciudad R Rodrigo Ma arques Wellington. W
[Albu um of waterrcolours, dra awings, etc. by the Mah hon family.] 3.
[by Caroline Charlotte Maahon, Edward Elphinstone Mahon et al.]] [dated 1838--1911.] Victorian maaroon moroccoo gilt album, lacking l spine, disbound. £11550 watercolours and a drawings of o views in Containing w England and overseas, including Muscaat, India, Port a Egypt. Beesides the view ws Arthur (Austtralia), China and there are flow wers, fruit andd animals, costumes (including a ggeisha), a few w copies of priints and a couple of phootographs. Originally giiven to Carolinne Charlotte Mahon M by her husband Revv. George Willliam Mahon in n 1838, the album passedd to their son, Edward Elph hinstone Mahoon, C.B., a fleet surgeon who became b Inspeector General oof was Hospitals andd Fleets. Durinng the First Zulu War he w recommendeed for a Victorria Cross but was w not awarded one. Many of the views are of places he wass posted duringg his career; he h was staff-su urgeon on HM MS Baccante, a fflag ship in thee East Indies, mentioned onn one of the skketches. In 19111 he presenteed this album tto his wife, Erm myntrude Maddeline, two yeaars after they married. Stock: 41141
[n n.d., c.1815.] Rare engraved fan design. Shheet: 520 x 27 70mm (20½ x 10 0½''). Staining g and creasingg. £260 A Spanish fan design d with a mounted porttrait of the Duke D of Wellin ngton. In 18122 Arthur Welleesley, 1st Viscount V Wellington was givven the title Duke D of Ciudad Rodrigo o after his victtory at the Seiige of Ciudad Rodrigo in 1812. Stock: 49055
8.. [Studiees of Heads.]] [C Chevalier Ignaace Joseph de Claussin.] [n..d., c.1810.] Ettching. Plate: 270 x 200mm m (10½ x 8''). Large L margins. m £130 Ettching by Cheevalier Ignace Joseph de Claussin (176618 844), amateur etcher and coollector of Rem mbrandt prrints. Stock: 48236
9.. [Ruined Tower andd Gateway.]] [n n.d., c.1800.] Ettching, 18th century waterm mark. Plate: 14 40 x 200mm (5 5½ x 8''). £50 Stock: 48233
10. [Sum mmer Morniing.] [David Lucass after John Constable.] C [c.1830.] Mezzotint prroof before lettters, printed on o chine collé.. Plate: 180 x 2250mm (7 x 9¾'') 9 very larg ge margins. Staining in m margins. Somee creasing in india. i £1550 A view of a S Summer's morrning in which h a ploughman an works his ploough with his cart horse. S. 26.
which w will be sold by auctionn by Mr. Greeenwood on Frriday, Feb. 16. 1787". De V Vesme: 553 II. Stock: 48990
11. [Oak k Trees in a Landscape.] L ] Wm Delamootte fct. 1816. Published by W.m Delamotte, S Sandhurst, neaar Bagshot, Jan n.y 1817. Etching. Sheeet: 110 x 140m mm (4¼ x 5½ ½''). Trimmed and laid on aalbum sheet. £445 A landscape with large treees, a man and d dog sit on thee crest of a hilll. Stock: 48850
Le Brin d'herbe.. The Stem of Grass. D as Grashälmcchen. 12.
Joseph Felonn inv.t et lith. Imprimé I par Lemercier L à Paris. Londoon, E. Gambartt & Co. 25 Beerners S.t Oxff. S.t. [n.d., c.1850.] ¾x Hand-coloured lithograph.. Sheet: 325 x 425mm (12¾ £2660 16¾"). w reclinee A woodland scene in whicch two nude women by a pool; onne tickles the others o nose wiith a grass stem m. Stock: 48992
Adam m Olearius, Bibliotheca aire du Duc de Holstein n, et Mathem maticien de sa s Cour. 13.
[n.d, c.1727] v large Engraving. 2285 x 160mm (11¼ x 6¼") very margins. £2330 71), afamed Oval portraitt of Adam Oleearius (1603-7 mathematiciaan, geographeer, librarian an nd writer. He was appointeed secretary onn an embassy sent by Frederick III to Russia andd Persia to try and establishh o Friedrichstaadt in the newly-fouunded town of Schleswig-H Holstein as the European term minus for an overland silkk trade. The triip proved unsu uccessful but Olearius' obsservations provided the matterial for the highly influeential 'Travels in Muscovy, Tartary and Persia', first ppublished in thhe 1640s. Thiis is likley to have been the frontispiece to an edition.. Wellcome: 2179 Stock: 48920
14. Pax A Artium Nutrrix. B. West inv. 1787 R.A. Ettched by F. Baartolozzi 17877 G Publish'd in tthe Act Jany. 28 1787 by Greenwood. Colour-printeed stipple. Sheet: 285 x 230 0mm (11¼ x 9''). Trimmedd within plate, repaired tearrs, publicationn line faint. £1440 A woman seaated on a rockk, wearing the emblems of tthe three arts on her belt, in froont of her are six putti, writing, carryying books annd sheets of paaper inscribedd 'Italy'. On thee left, the lionn of Britannia and on the right, a bust oof King Georgge III, and thee shield of Brtiannia; in the backgrouund are ships at a sea. perb and well Frontispiece to "A Cataloggue of that sup known Cabinnet of Drawinggs of John Baarnard Esq.,
15 5. [Four Seasons.] S G Gravée d'aprrés le Tableau T d'An ngeliyue Kau auffman. Angeliyue A Kauffman p. A. SSuntach Direxiit. [n.d., c.1800.] Rare set of fourr engravings. PPlates: 215 x 190mm (8¾ £750 x 7½''), all with h very large m margins. A set of four seeasons with tittles in Italian and a French. Eaach scene shows classical fi figures engageed in seasonal acctivites such as a collecting fllowers, cutting g wheat, piicking fruit an nd sitting by thhe fire. Stock: 48719
16 6. [Coursing set of foour] Plate 1 [-4]. Paainted by Wollstenholme. En Engraved by Reeve. R Pu ublished by Rich.d R Reeve, 7 Vere Street,, Bond Street, May M 25th 1807. Seet of four aquaatints, printedd in colour and d handfin nished. Each c. c 490 x 580m mm (19¼ x 23"). Trimmed to o platemark. £690 Stock: 49020
17 7. [Two Dogs.] D Ed dwin Landseeer Frresh aquatint, proof before aall letters; in pencil p under "B Bt Paris 1839"". Plate: 305 x 370mm (12 x 14½''), with laarge margins. £160 Prrovenance: Ed dge Hall, Cheeshire. Stock: 48592
18 8. [The Mathematicia M an. Done fro om an Original O Picture, paintedd by Rembrandt. By Ja ames Mc. Ardell.] [S Sold by E. Fish her, at the Gol olden head in Leicester L Sq quare, and Ry yland & Bryer, r, at the King'ss Arms in Cornhill, Londo on.] Rare mezzotint. 440 x 370mm m (17¼ x 14½ ½"). Narrow margins m on threee sides, inscri ription area trimmed off;
horizontal prrinter's crease through centrre of image. £4880 A teacher leaaning on the taable holding a pair of compasses, ddemonstrates a problem to the t student whho leans on his cchin. In front is a globe. Go oodwin: 213.
Liithograph. Sheeet: 295 x 1955mm (11½ x 7½''). 7 £180 A view of the proposed p plan for the Chapeel at Harrow Scchool. This ch hapel was neveer built and th he current ch hapel was desiigned by Sir G George Gilberrt Scott in 18 855.
The S School Misttress. In eveery village marked witth little spirre/ Embowerr'd in trees and hardlyy known to fame/ f There dwells in lowly shed and mean attire/ a A mattron old whom we sschool mistress name/ Who W boasts unruly braats with birch to tame./ They T grieve n sore in piteeous durance pent/ Aw'd d by the power of th his relentlesss dame/ And d oft times oon vagaries id dly bent/ Forr unkempt hair h or task unconn'd aare sorely sh hent./ Vide. Shenston's S School Misstress. 19.
F. Wheatly R R.A pinx.t. J. Coles sculp.t London, Publish'd Maarch 20th 17944, by Tho.s Macklin, M Poets Gallery, Fleeet Street. Engraving, 4430 x 505mm (16¾ x 20"). Small marginns. £2440 m 'The Schoolm mistress', a po oem by Williaam A scene from Shenstone (11714-1763). Stock: 48518
20. Eton from the 155 arch'd Briidge. Eton, Publishhed June 18211...by J. Ingaltton. Etching, prinnted on chine collé. c Plate: 165 x 240mm (6½ x 9½'') vvery large marrgins. Foxing. £1330 A view of Etton College with w three figurres playing cricket on thee green. Stock: 49117
To th he Right Hon.ble Peel Bar.t B M.P. & &c. &c. This V View representing the sta ate of the Ruins on th he followingg Morning iss by his permission n, respectfullly dedicated d, by his obedient hu umble Serv..t. Thomas Wood. W [&] To the Righ ht Hon.ble Peel P Bar.t M.P. M &c. &c.. This view rrepresentingg the Destruction by Firre of The Heaad Master's House at Ha arrow, on th he Night of the 22nd Octoober 1838, iss by his permission n respectfullyy dedicated by his humble Serrv.t. Thomaas Wood. 21.
W. Walton liithog. Printed by C. Hullmaadel.  A pair of raree & fine lithoggraphs. Sheetss: 210 x 270m mm (8¼ x 10½''). Creasing andd staining in corners. c £1990 n caused by ann A pair of views showing thhe destruction out break of fire in 1838 at the headmasster's house at w the result of o a defect in a Harrow Schoool. The fire was new device ffor heating thee building by hot h air. It was then rebuilt ffor Dr Christoopher Wordsw worth in 1842. Stock: 48911
South h West View w of Harrow w School Chapel. Ass it will appeear from thee Street. April 6.th 11838. 22.
W. Walton liithog. Printed by C. Hullmaandel. [n.d., c.1838.]
[Adverrt.] Eau de C Cologne du plus p ancien Jeean Marie Farina F vis-à--vis la place Juliers à Cologne, C Fou urnasseur dde S.M. Fréd deric Guilleaume G IV I Roi de Prrusse, de S.M M. Victorie Reine R d'Anglleterre, &c. &c. 23 3.
[n n.d., c.1840.] Advert A with wo oodcut illustraation. Sheet: 135 x 205mm (5 5¼ x 8''). Stain ning in cornerrs. £160 An A advert in Frrench and Gerrman for Eau-d de-Cologne by y Jean Marie Farina. F Jean M Marie Farina (1685-1766) was w an Italian born b perfumerr in Cologne who w created th he first eau-de--cologne. Thee firm, establisshed in 1709 is still in existen nce and still m managed by th he 8th he family. Thee advert is illu ustrated with geeneration of th a woodcut of th he company's bbuilding in Jü ülichs Platz in Cologne. Stock: 48940
24 4. The Grreat Eclipse of the Sun, Which Will W be Visible Next Sunnday, May 15 5. [W W. Marshall, 1, 1 Holborn Baars, Corner of Middle Row.] Rare letterpresss. Sheet: 300 x 140mm (11¾ ¾ x 5½''). Trrimmed and laaid on album ssheet. Creasin ng. £360 A broadside pro oviding inform mation on a so olar eclipse du ue to take placce on 15th Maay 1836. The broadside b prrovides detailss of what will take place an nd how it will lo ook as well as giving the tim me of day wheen it will occcur and that it i 'will be nearrly central at BerwickB up pon-Tweed an nd Alnwick, inn Northumberrland'. The brroadside also advertises a 'Gla lasses made on n scientific prrinciples to screen the eye ffrom danger, by b which means m the Sun's horns may bbe distinctly seeen', each so old at sixpencee each with ann explanatory key and illlustrated with engravings. Stock: 48934
[Adverrt.] To be Puublished by Su ubscription,, The Missioonary Print,, to Contain 30 00 Correct Likenesses. L 25 5.
Pu ublished by W. W Williams, 22, Amen Corner. Wood W engravin ng. Sheet: 105 x 115mm (4¼ ¼ x 4½''). Laaid on album sheet. £95
An advert forr subscribers to t contribute to t a large grouup portrait of 3000 missionariees and religiou us figures.
Coventry, Mach hine Printer. mm (11½ x Leetterpress sheet, rare. Sheett: 290 x 390m 15 5½''). Folds an nd staining. £160 A letterpress sh heet laying outt the plan for the Summer off 1873. Aroun nd the central pplan are listed d the names off the Preachers and their ressidences as weell as a list of an nniversaries, tea meetings, ccamp meeting gs and circuit reegulations.
[Com mic Bank Noote.] Bank of o Fashion 1823. I promise to cut any Lady orr Gentleman n's hair Supeerior to any man in Europe, or forfeit on Demand D the Sum of onee hundred poounds, 1823 Oct.r 24, London, L 24, Oct.r 1823.. 26.
For Self and Comp.a 46, Threadneedle T St. and 13, Money. Fleet St. J. M Engraving. S Sheet: 120 x 190mm (4¾ x 7½''). Trimmeed, laid on album m sheet and staained. £1880 A comic bannk note issued by a hairdressser to persuadde them to patroonise his shopp in Threadneeedle Street. Stock: 48954
The Primitive Metthodist Prea achers' Plan. Tottenh ham Missionn. 1873.
30 0. The Sp peech of His Grace, Field Marshal, Arthur, A Dukee of Wellinggton, Marqu uis Duoro, K.G. K K.B. &cc. &c. Delivvered to the House of Commons, C on n Friday, Juuly 1, 1814; The T Reply off the Right Hon. H Charlees Abbot, Sp peaker. [1 1814.] A rare broadsid de. 'J. Whatmaan 1813' waterrmark. Sheet: 53 35 x 380mm (21 ( x 15''). Follded. £240 A broadside detailing the eveents of July I 1814 when th he Duke of Weellington madde a speech in the House of Commons thanking them forr their supportt during the war w with Napolleon and the SSpeaker in turn n made a sp peech to Welliington, thankiing him for his military seervice. In Apriil 1814 Napolleon was exileed to Elba brringing an end d to the War oof the Sixth Co oalition, the brrief period of Peace P was broought to an en nd on 1st March M 1815 wh hen Napoleonn landed in Can nnes having esscaped Elba. Stock: 49027
The Veery Reverennd Theobald Mathew. ''F Father Mathew has donne more for the peace an nd happinesss of Irelandd than any person p for th he last hundred years.''--Bishop of Norwich. N 31 1.
[Billss from Beer House Farm m, near Cawston, N Norfolk.] 27.
[1840s] £5000 Over 100 hannd-written billls, various sizzes. A fascinatingg insight into the t running off the 300-acree Beer House F Farm, when ruun by Catherin ne Ireland andd her son Horaace Soame Irelland. Stock: 49014
An In nteresting and a Singularr Compilatioon of the Appllications of The T Number Seven Throughou ut the Scripttures, calculated to excite in th he minds of youth y a stronger desire to peruse the Sacred Wriitings than Volumes V written exp pressly for th he purpose. 28.
[n.d., c.1850.] Sheet: 240 x 160mm 1 (9½ x 6¼''). Trimm med Letterpress. S and laid on aalbum sheet. £995 A Christian lletterpress sheeet explaining the importancce of the numbeer seven in thee Bible. Stock: 48943
Drawn D on zinc by Augustus B Butler. Chabo ots Ziincography Sk kinner St. Lonndon. [n.d., c.1840.] Ziincograph. Sh heet: 305 x 2400mm (12 x 9½ ½''). £140 A Total Abstineence Pledge ccertificate with h a portrait of Th heobath Math hew (1790-18556), also know wn as Father Mathew M who was w a major figgure behind th he Teemperance mo ovement and C Cork Abstinen nce Society in n the 19th centtury. Below thhe profile porttrait are the front and reversse of the coin of the Roman n Catholic To otal Abstinencce Associationn and images associated with w temperancce as well as tw wo domestic scenes s sh howing Intemp perance and T Temperance. Stock: 49065
32 2. The Beeauties of thee Holy Biblee. En ngraved, Printted & Publishhed by H. Greeen, 7 Neviles Court, Fetter Laane, London g on porcelainn paper, printed in blue. Stteel engraving £70 Sh heet 95 x 140m mm (3¾ x 5½ ½"). A Sunday Scho ool card with vvignette scenees of the Life off Christ. Stock: 48814
The L Lord's Prayyer. Belief. & Ten Commandm ments. Halllelujah.
39 9. [Scrapssheet of Ephhemera relating to the Worshipful W Company C off Vintners.]
[n.d., c.1850.] mm Steel engraviing on porcelaain paper. Sheeet 70 x 110mm (2¾ x 4¼"). £775 xts in tiny A Sunday Scchool card witth the three tex writing.
Sccrapsheet. Sheeet: 560 x 3800mm (22 x 15'''). £140 A scrapsheet with w items relatting the the Co ompany of Vintners V includ ding a coat-of--arms, a plate describing th he coat of arms, a steel engrraving of the Vintners V Hall an nd a plate show wing Saint Viincent of Saragossa.
34. Life oof Christ. Pub. by J.T. W Wood, 9 Currriers Hall Cou urt, London Wall. [n.d., cc.1850.] Steel engraviing on porcelaain paper. Sheeet 155 x 95mm mm (6 x 3¾"). £770 A Sunday Scchool card witth vignette sceenes of the Liffe of Christ; thee texts of The Lord's Prayerr and The Belief; and thhe word 'Biblee' in micrograaphy.
[Scrapssheet with E Ephemera reelating to th he Worshipffull Companny of Woodm mongers.] Sccrapsheet: 265 5 x 380mm (1 0½ x 15''). £130 A scrapsheet with w ephemera relating to thee Worshipfull Company of Woodmongers W iincluding the coat-of-arms, mpany and a view v of the leetterpress desccribing the com Masons M Hall. Stock: 49136
[Playybill.] G. IV.. R. Royal Dramatic D Fette at the Theaatre-Royal, Bath, B His Majesty's M Accession, Tuesday, Jaanuary 29th h. 1828. To commence with a Com mic Piece, in Two Acts, called The Critic; Or, A Tragedy Rehearsed; R written by Sheridan. 35.
41 1. [A man nuscript deccoration with h pin writing.] w [n n.d., c.1820.] Watercolour W & ink. 35mm (11½") diameterr. Th he handwritin ng is too smalll to read.
[1828.] Letterpress pplaybill, printeed in sanguinee. Sheet: 155 x 90mm (6 x 3½''). Trimmedd. £1330 A playbill addvertising a peerformance off 'The Critic' bby Sheridan at thhe Theatre Rooyal Bath on the t anniversary ry of George IV V's accession to t the throne. Stock: 48944
36. Sir T Tho.s Crawleey Boevey. [n.d., c.1800.] Sheet: 90 x 65m mm (3½ x 2½ ½''). Stained.£665 Engraving. S The bookplatte of the Craw wley-Boevey family f of Highgrove inn Gloucestershhire, now the home h of H.R. H. Prince Charlees Stock: 48955
37. [Coaat-of-Arms of o Worshipfu ull Companyy of Distillerss.] Woodblock eengraving. Shheet: 200 x 150 0mm (8 x 6''). Trimmed andd laid on album m sheet. £2660 The coat-of-aarms for the Worshipful W Co ompany of Distillers, wiith the heraldic motto 'Drop p as Raine Distill as Dew we'' below. Beelow is a desccription of the arms which iis flanked by a European fig gure and Nativve American. A American interrest. Stock: 49134
[Scraapsheet of Ephemera E reelating to thee Worshipful Company of Bottlema akers and Horners.] 38.
Scrapsheet. S Sheet: 560 x 380mm 3 (22 x 15''). £1440 A scrapsheett with items reelating the the Company of Bottlemakerss and Hornerss, including a coat-of-arms c and a letter. Stock: 49127
42 2. The Iriish Emigrannt. W. W M'Call, Prin nter, 4, Cartwrright Place, Byrom Street, Liiverpool._Haw wkers and Shoops supplied. Rare letterpresss. Sheet: 220 x 160mm (8¾ ¾ x 6¼''). Laid on n album sheet. £140 A songsheet wiith the lyrics to 'Lament of the t Irish Em migrant' by so ongwriter, com mposer and po oet Helen Seelina, Lady Du ufferin (1807--1867). Stock: 48861
[Songgsheet.] Secoond Edition n Just Published, Price Two Shillings. S Th he Song of th he Petrel Sun ng by Miss Poole, P Miss Messent, M Miiss Lowe, & M Mr. Norman.. Composed and dedicated b by permissioon to the Lady Jane Peeel by A.H. Deendy. 43.
London: J.C.. Jones, 21, B.. Soho Squaree;_Brighton: Fred.k Wrighht, Royal Coloonnade; and all Music Sellers. Sheet: 240 x 190mm 1 (9½ x 7½''). Letterpress. S £1440 Manuscript inn top edge. A songsheet for 'The Songg of the Petrel'' which tells thhe tail of a petreel and the sighhts she has seeen upon the seea. Dedicated to Lady Jane Peeel (1800-1861), wife of D of Laurence Peeel and daughteer of the 4th Duke Richmond.
46 6. Royal Dramatic D Coollege Crysttal Palace Grand G Fête & Fancy Faiir, in aid of the t Funds off the Institution. [Quottation in Freench Below siigned Tom Hohler.] H [n n.d., c.1865.] Leetterpress tick ket. Sheet: 1355 x 90mm (5¼ ¼ x 3½''). Laaid on album sheet. £80 A ticket to a benefit for the R Royal Dramatiic College, signed below by a Tom Hohller who could d be the tenor om Hohler (1839-1892) whho first perforrmed in 1866 To an nd later caused d scandal by m marrying the Dutchess D of Newcastle N in 18 880 followingg the death of her first hu usband in 1879. Stock: 48758
47 7. John Kinnersley K H Hooper, Esqu uire, Alderman, A an nd Jeremiahh Pilcher, Essquire, Sh heriffs Electt for Londonn and Midd dlesex reequest the honor of [Sam muel Dendy y Esq,rs] Company C on Friday the 30th Septem mber, 1842, att their Inaug guration Dinnner, Vitnerr's Hall, at ha alf past fice o'Clock preecisely... En ngraving on porcelain p card.. Sheet 140 x 180mm (5½ x 7"). Some weear. £85 Hooper H (1791-1 1854) was Lorrd Major of London L 18478.. Stock: 48821
Yorick Club Annuual Dinner. February 24 4 1924 A.C.R R. Carter inn the Chair. 48 8.
44. Susan nnah Don't You Cry Fo or Me. [n.d., c.1860.] hield Letterpress songsheet withh the Britsh sh 9¾ x 7''). woodengraviing. Sheet: 250 x 180mm (9 Creasing. £2330 s 'Susannaah A song sheett for the famouus American song Don't You Crry For Me' wrritten by minstrel singer Stephen Fostter (1826-18466) and publish hed in 1848 which went oon to become one of the mo ost popular American sonngs ever writtten. Many of the t lyrics havee now been rew written to repllace several usses of the worrd 'nigger'. Stock: 48760
Vesu uvius Polka. On Favoritte Airs from m Masanielloo by Val. Moorris. 45.
London; R. A Addison & Coo. 210, Regentt & 47 King Street. [n.d., c.1880.] Coloured lithhograph musicc sheet cover. Sheet 365 x £1330 265mm (14½ ½ x 10½"). Creeasing. A view of Veesuvius eruptiing, looking across the Bayy of Naples. 'Massaniello' or 'Laa muette de Po ortici' is an opera based oon the story of Masaniello (an ( abbreviatiion of Tommaso Aniello, 16222-47), an Italian fisherman who became leader of the revolt againstt the rule of Habsburg Sppain in Naples in 1647.
[L Louis Whirter..] Ettching. Plate: 215 x 125mm m (8½ x 5''). £70 An A invitation to o the 1924 annnual dinner heeld by the Yorick Y Club off Massachusetttts. The social club was fo ormed in 1882 2 and went bannkrupt in 1979 9. On the flo oor there is a Christie's cataalogue. Stock: 49129
Green, Working C Cutler, No. 29, 2 Back Sttreet, (Near the Back H Hall,) Bristoll. Established E in 1640. Mannufacturere of Pen, Pocket, Sporttsmen's Buttcher's, Shoee Makers' an nd Farriers'' Knives; Taable Knives & Forks; Sccissors and Razors. Griinding in a Superior S Sttyle. 49 9.
[n n.d., c.1845.] Leetterpress and d wood-engravved trade card d. Border 60 x 85 5mm (2½ x 3½ ½"), with largge margins. £45 Stock: 40960
Budden n, Linen Draaper, Silk Mercer, M Hosier H & Hab berdasher. H Herne Bay & Canterbury. C Straw Bonnnets. Baby Linen. L Corsets C and Fancy F Goodds. 50 0.
Reeve & Hoaree, Warwick C..t Holb.n. [n.d d., c.1820.] En ngraved trade card. Sheet 660 x 95mm (2 2½ x 3¾"). £65 With W a vignettee of Herne Bayy from the seaa, with the piier. Stock: 48817
Edwaard Ramseyy, Goldsmith h & Jewellerr to the Queeen Dowagerr, Silversmith h& Watchmak ker, 54, Foree Street, Dev vonport. 51.
[n.d., c.1845.] Plate: 150 x 955mm (6 x 3¾'''). £665 Engraving. P A trade card for Edward Ramsay, R a silversmith and jeweller in Pllymouth. Stock: 49058
[***]] Commercial hotel and d Posting House Amb bleside. Ban nks Town, Sheerness. S Delightful G Gardens witth Bowling Green, G Billiard Taables, &c. 52.
[n.d., c.1850.] m (3¼ x 5¼"). Engraved traade card. Sheeet 80 x 130mm Trimmed. £880 With a view of the outsidee of the premisses. Stock: 48820
7. J.T. Sm mithson, (maany Years Butler B to the 57 la ate Sir Edwa ard Banks) W Wine & Spitit Merchant, M Banks B Town,, Sheerness. Delightful Gardens G with h Bowling G Green, Billiard Tables, &c. & [n n.d., c.1820.] En ngraved trade card. Sheet 880 x 130mm (3 3¼ x 5¼"). £80 With W a view of the outside off the premisess. Stock: 48819
58 8. [Watch h Paper.] J.ss Scott Watcch & Clock Maker, M Bigga ar. Kirkwood K & So on Imp. Edinbburgh. [n.d., c.1800.] En ngraved watch h paper. 45 x 445mm (1¾ x 1¾''). £160 An A ornamental watch paper, showing a yo oung woman in n classical dresss pointing at a scroll inscriibed with the watchmaker's w name n and addrress. Stock: 48864
Rook kby, Sadler, Cap & Harrness Makerr, No 76 Grayys Inn Lane London. 53.
[n.d., c.1820.] 0mm (2¾ x 2""). Engraved traade card. Ovall sheet 70 x 50 Illustrated wiith a horse andd rider.
Hick kson, Station ner, Engraveer, and Printer. Maaker of Merrchants Acco ount Books &c. 54.
[n.d., c.1820.] Engraved traade card, edged in red. Sheeet 55 x 90mm (2¼ x 3½"). £775 The text is onn an open voluume of a pile of books. Stock: 48818
Robeert Hiles, Teea Dealer an nd Grocer, N No 13 Haway S Street, Oxfoord Street, London. L Coffees, Coocoas & Choocolates. 55.
Philipps scullp.t 30 Sun St..t Bishopsgatee. [n.d., c.18200.] Engraved traade card, edged in red. Sheeet 50 x 85mm (2 x 3½"). £1880 a a pagoda. Illustrated wiith Chinese figgures, crates and Stock: 48815
A vieew of the lattest improveements at th e Gray's Inn Wine Estab blishment, [23, [ High Holborn.] 56.
Design'd & E Eng.d by W.J. White. H. Brrownlow St.t Holborn. [18840.] Engraved advvert. Sheet 115 x 145mm (4 4½ x 5¾"). Trimmed, lossing part of tittle. £1220 An advert forr Gray's Inn Wine W Establish hment, illustrating thhe tunnels of their t wine celllar. Stock: 48810
59 9. [Birth notice] n Maddame la Com mtesse Charles C de Cadignan estt heureusem ment acccouchée d'u un Garçon. Monsieur le l Comte Charles C de Cardignan a l'honoeur de d de vous en n faire part. La Mere ett l'Enfant see portent biien. Ce 24 Mars M 1823. R Rue Saint-Dominique, No. N 29. En ngraved birth notice, red-boordered. Sheet 130 x 11 10mm. Torn, glue g stains. £70 Stock: 48811
''Beh hold the eye of the Lord d is upon theem that fear hiim: and upoon them thatt put their trust in his Mercy.'' Pssalms. 60.
Painted by T T. Stothard Esqq.r R.A. Engraaved by H. C. Shenton. Lonndon, Publisheed by D. Adam ms, 22 Ludgat ate Street, Marchh 1825. Engraving. S Sheet: 230 x 1445mm (9 x 5¾ ¾''). Trimmedd, surface dirt. £445 ms by Thomass Stothard. Ann An illustratioon to the psalm eye hovers abbove the worlld in the shado ow of an eclipsed sun.. Stock: 49053
3. New Neewgate Caleedaror Maleefactor's 63 Register. R A new n Plan prroposed for the t pu unishment of o Highwaym men, by Harrd Labour on n the Roads. Dodd D delin. Pollard sculp. [nn.d., c.1795.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 205 x 120m mm (8 x 4¾'')). Marking. £50 A scene showin ng convicts buuilding a road in chains. Stock: 49139
64 4. The Solemn Mock Procession of the Pope Cardinals, C Jeesuits, Frairs rs, &c throug gh the City off London No ovember 17tth 1679. [A After Francis Barlow.] B [Hurrst, Chance & Co.][n.d., c.1829.] ngraving. 270 0 x 480mm (100½ x 19''). Triimmed, two En veertical folds, one o third laid oon album sheeet. £160 A view of a Wh hig processionn which ended d in a effigy off the Pope bein ng burnt at Teemple Bar. Th he event was a reaction to thee the fictitionss Popish Plot concoted by a Tiitus Oates which gripped thhe country in anti-Catholic hy ysteria. An illu ustration to Brrayley's 'Lond diniana', and a co opy of Franciss Barlow's 16880 broadside. Stock: 49077
The Ch hristening off the Princess Royal. [& &] The Queeen and Prinnce Albert, Visiting V the Nursery. N 65 5.
''O h hearken thou u unto the Voice V of my calling, myy King, and my m God: forr unto thee will I makee my Prayerr. Psalms. 61.
Painted by T T. Stothard Esqq.r R.A. Engraaved by W. Ensom. Londdon, Publishedd by D. Adam ms, 22 Ludgatee Street, Marchh 1825. Engraving. S Sheet: 230 x 1445mm (9 x 5¾ ¾''). Trimmedd, surface dirt. £445 ms by Thomass Stothard an An illustratioon to the psalm ear hovers abbove the worldd in the shado ow of an eclipsse. Stock: 49052
How Robert Fosster, member of the Society of F Friends, atteended Brig Flatts F Meeting wh hile serving as Lieutena ant on the Pelican. 62.
R. Spence. [nn.d., c.1910.] Etching on vvellum, signedd in pencil. Plaate: 345 x 445mm (13½ ½ x 17½''). Creeasing. £1880 A scene abovve the 'Pelicann' showing Qu uaker Robert Foster attendding a meetingg at the Briggfflatts Meeting House in Cum mbria. By artiist Robert Speence (18711964) who w was a member of the Royal Society of Painter Printm makers. Stock: 49068
Pu ublished by Dean D & Mundaay, Threadneeedle Street. [n n.d., c.1841.] A pair of scarcee & fine hand--coloured lithographs. £490 Sh heet: 275 x 35 50mm (10¾ x 13¾''). A pair of scenes, the first shoows the Christtening of Victoria V the Priincess Royal, eldest child of Queen Victoria V and Prrince Albert. T The second scene shows Prrince Albert and Queen Vicctoria visiting the nursery to o see their daughter. Stock: 48914
66 6. M.rs Margaret M Caaroline Rudd d on her Trial T at the New N Sessionss House, in the t Old Bailey. B Dodd D delin. Tid dd sculp. [n.d.., c.1795.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 205 x 120m mm (8 x 4¾'')). Trimmed too pllate. £60 A scene showin ng Margaret C Caroline Rudd d on trial for fo orgery. Stock: 49140
An Exa act Represenntation of th he Drawing off the State Lottery, L As iit will take place p on Tuesday, T the 18th Day off July, 1826 for the Last L Time in this Kingdoom. 67 7.
[n n.d., c.1826.] Fiine hand-colou ured woodcutt. Sheet: 130 x 170mm (5 x 6¾ ¾''). Trimmed d. £110 A view showing the running of the last lotttery held in th he UK until 19 994. Followingg mounting op pposition to th he practice, go overnment outltlawed the praactice and the laast lottery was held on 18th July 1826. Th he scene sh hows various clerks c and boyys from Christ Hospital scchool in their recognisible r bblue coats. There were six
prizes of £300,000 to be woon. The lottery y was derided for its lack orr organisationn. Stock: 48948
Obseequies of Hiss Grace the Late Illustrious Field Marsh hall The Duke of Wellington n, K.G. K.C.B. &c. &c. 11th November 1852. 68.
Drawn & Onn Stone by A Maclure. M MacLure, MacDonald & MacGregorr, Lithographeers to the Queen, Londdon, Manchesster & Glasgow w. [n.d., 18522.] Large folio, ooriginal lithoggraphed illustrrated wrapperss, original silk tties; four tinteed lithographss on chine colllé, complete?. S Some foxing. Covers bit du usty. £6880 Illustrations ccommemoratiing the funeraal of the Duke of Wellington: aan oval portraait; the lying-in n-state at Chelsea Hosppital; the arrivval of the carriiage at St Pauul's Cathedral annd the service in i the cathedral. mported a Sigl In 1851 MaccLure, MacDoonald & Co im m Germany which w was capaable of printinng machine from 600 sheets ann hour and thee firm is believ ved to be the first in the UK to use steam m power for liithographic printing. Theey invented their own steam m-driven presss in 1853. The firrm closed in 1992. 1 Stock: 48285
A broadside fro om the 'Princeelicke Almanaach', with an alllegorical depiiction of the m marriage of William W of Orange O and Princess Mary Sttuart (later William W III and Mary M II). The main m scene shoows William, dressed as a cæ æsar, and Marry at an altar oon which snak kes are being bu urned, attendeed by the Dutcch Virgin. On the left is a medallion m with an orange treee and the arm ms of the Houses H of Oran nge & Stuart. T To the right a Catholic biishop snarls an nd a woman hholding a Gallic cockerel pu uts her hand to o her head in ddispair. Underrneath is an in nset scene of th he private marrriage ceremo ony in the ap partments of St S James's Palaace. Landwehr 114, also la acking almana ack; BM 1892,,0411.24. Stock: 48828
The description off Windsor Castle. The co ondemnnig of Anthony,, Person, Ma arbecke, Testwood, T an nd Filmer, w with ye burning of the sa aid Person, Testwood, T aand Filmer, under the Castle C of Win ndsor, here llively descriibed. Marbecke M Sa aved by the K King's Pard don. 70 0.
En ngraving. Sheeet: 215 x 350m mm (8½ x 13¾''). Trrimmed and laaid on album ssheet. £180 A scene showin ng the burningg of the Windssor martyrs inn 15 544, with three vignettes beelow showing other pu unishments the martyrs suff ffered before th heir ex xecution. Stock: 49115
La Muse Clio. A M Madame de Pompadour Dame D du Paalais de la Reine. Le Tableau T Orig ginal apparttient à Mada ame de Pompadour. Par son tress humble et tres ob beissant serv viteur J. Daaullé. 71 1.
Peeint par F. Boucher. Gravé ppar J. Daullé gr. du Roy 17 756. A Paris chés c l'Auteur rruë du Platre S.t S Jacques atttenant le College de Cornou ouaille. A.P.D..R. En ngraving. Platte: 340 x 380m mm (13½ x 15 5''). Foxing. Very V large margins on 3 sidees. £360 A scene in the clouds c showinng Clio, holdin ng a horn andd haarp helping a cherub c write m music. Stock: 49043
[Marrriage of Wiilliam & Ma ary.] Guilelmus Henricus ett Maria Stua arda hic Arausionen nsiam illa Eb boracensiúm m incomparabiles Pricipees, Matrimo onio juncti 114 Novemb.r sstÿlo novo recepti Gloriiose 14 Decemb.r H Hagæ Aº 16777. 69.
Romanus de Hooghe inv. et fecit. [1677 7.] F Threaad Etching. 665 x 470mm (266¼ x 18½"). Framed. n central paneel, margins, lackking letterpresss almanack in bottom right corner rubbedd? Unexamineed out of fram me. £9880
72 2. Cupid and his Motther. L.E.V. Lebrun painter. Sarp, engraver. London Publish gmorton, dee March 1.o 1789, by Smithh No. 17 Strog Sttreet. Fiine engraving. Plate: 380 x 280mm (15 x 11'') very laarge margins. £260 An A engraving of o Vigee Le Brrun's painting g 'Venus Binding the Wiings of Love', showing the goddess g tyingg ogether the win ngs of her sonn. to Stock: 48986
[Woma an Making a Garland.] This Print iss humbly Insscribed, to tthe Rev.d D..r Wynne, by y His much Obliged, annd most Hum mble Seervant, John n Keyse Sheerwin. 73 3.
J. K. Sherwin fecit. f Engraverr to his Majesty, and his Royal Highnesss the Prince off Wales. Publish'd July 23 3rd 1784 by J.. K. Sherwin, No. 28 St. Jam mes's Street
& W. Hintonn No.5 Sweetinngs Alley Roy yal Exchange London. 2 (14½ x 11''). Oval stipple. Plate: 365 x 280mm £2220 Trimmed to pplate. A classical sccene in whichh a woman maakes a garlandd by a tomb. Stock: 48854
74. [The Ancient Pu unishment off Crucifixion n which was Abolished by b Constantine the Greaat in Deferencce to the Crooss of Christ.] d'Aaloude Kruiss-straffen deer Romeinen n: hoedanigee door Consttantyn der Groot, G uit eeerbied voor het Kruis d des Saligmak kers, afgerscchaft zyn. [Wilhelmus G Goeree]  Engraving, 17th century watermark. w Plaate: 280 x 360mm (11 x 14''). Centraal crease as normal. Stain at bottom left. £1880 An illustratioon from 'Joodsse Oudheden, ofte VoorBereidselen ttot de Bybelscche Wysheid....' by Wilhelm mus Goeree, Amssterdam, 16900 showing the various formss of crucifixionn as well as Romans R crucify ying prisonerss. Stock: 48751
Entréée des Français a Venisse, en Floreaal,
An 5. Dessiné par C Carle Vernet. Gravé à l’eau u forte par Duplessi-Berrtaux. Terminé par Delaunaay le jeune [Paris: Auberr, c.1804.] Coloured etcching. Sheet 315 x 430mm (12¼ ( x 17"). Trimmed witthin plate. £1440 The French aarmy marchingg through St Mark's M Squaree on the 16th M May 1797. Published in the 'Collectioon complète dees tableaux historiques dde la révolutionn française'. Stock: 49008
7. Entrata a in Roma ddell'Eccel.mo 77 Ambasciator A e di Poloniaa l'Anno MD DCXXXIII. Al. A Ser.mo Prrincipe D. L Lorenzo de Medici... M Humiliss H et oblig. ser. Steefano della Gio. G Jacomo dee Rossi le stam mpa in Roma all a Pace. [cc.1633.] Ettching on six sheets. Total iif joined 155 x 2740mm (6 x 10¾") A few nicks and tear ars, faint toning in places. Pllate small losss in border at ttop. £1500 A record of the triumphal ent ntry of the Poliish am mbassador Priince Jerzy Osssoliński and his retinue in nto the city of Rome on Sunnday, Novemb ber 27, 1633. It depicting the procession off over 300 Polles, Liithuanians, Taartars, Armeniians and Cossacks, in ncluding knigh hts, archers, vaarious ambasssadors and co ourtiers acrosss six sheets wiith an index of A-Y. On th he far left is th he dedication tto Lorenzo de Medici with th he Medici arm ms; the final figgure on the rig ght is Ossoliński O himself. De Vesm me/Massar 44--49 Stock: 48924
78 8. Assemb blée Galantee. Gravé d'A Apres le Tableau T origiinal peint paar Watteau de même grrandeur. Cee tableau estt dans le Cab binet de Mad.e M la C.teesse de Verüüe. A. A Watteau pinxit. Lebas Scuulp. a Paris av vec privilege du u Roy. [n.d., c.1730.] c En ngraving. 425 x 535mm (166¼ x 21"). Triimmed to pllate. £380 A group in a lan ndscaped gardden, listening to a guitar pllayer A plate from 'L'Oevree d'Antoine Watteau W Piientre de Roy' published bet etween 1726 and 1735. Stock: 49019
79 9. The La ady from Baathing. 206. W. W Hoare Pinx..t. E. Fisher feecit. London Printed P for Rob.t Sayer, Prrintseller No.553 Fleet Streett. Hand-coloured H mezzotint. Shheet: 325 x 22 20mm (12¾ x 8¾ ¾''). Trimmed d and laid on aalbum sheet. £190 A scene showin ng a young wooman topless after bathing in n a landscape. Stock: 48849
[Marrch of the Holy Catholicc League.] Procession der Ligue. Tantum Reeligio Potuit Suadere M Malorum...
80 0. A Littlee pritty, witt tty, Charmin ng She. E. Martin inv. J.F. J Martin scuulp.t. Publish''d as the Act o.8 Leicester SStreet Leicst Fields. F diirects 1778 No Sttipple, printed d in sanguine. Plate: 225 x 165mm 1 (9 x 6½ ½'') large marg gins. Publicatition line and in nscriptions arre faint. Creasing. £140 A portrait of a young y womann sitting on a chair c near a piianoforte whille a puppy paw ws at her.
[After Francoois Bunel.] [n.d., c.1770.] Engraving. S Sheet: 190 x 235mm (7½ x 9¼''). Crease as normal. £550 wing a processsion of the Ho oly Catholic A scene show League proteesting against Henri IV as King K of Francee in 1593.
81 1. A Flem mish Club. 4007. David D Teniers Pinx.t. P C. Corb rbutt Fecit. Lo ondon Printed fo or Rob.t Sayerr Map & Printtseller at No.53 in Fleet Sttreet. Fiine mezzotint.. Plate: 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾'') very laarge margins. £320 A scene in a tav vern in which men and wom men sit drrinking, eating g and smokingg. BM Satire Undescribed. U
82. The F Frail Sisterss. Published 122th. May, 17944 by Laurie & Whittle, 53, Fleet Street, London. with original hand-colour. Plate: 355 x Mezzotint, w 255mm (14 x 10'') large margins. m Paper tone and staining. £2990 w wearinng A scene in a room, on a chhair a young woman, h knee whilee a large hat sits with her peet squirrel on her her sister, whho wear a cap,, stands behind her with an open window w in backgrounnd. Ex. Collecction the Hon.. Christopher L Lennox-Boydd. Stock: 48832
-Thesse hands can n toil: Can Sow S the ground and d Reap for thee t and thy y Sweet babees. Alfreda Maarquess. 83.
E. Martin invv. & Sculp. Puublish'd Decem mber the 15thh 1778 Leciestter St. No. 8. Stipple, printted in sanguinne. Plate: 220 x 165mm (8¾ ¾x 6½'') very larrge margins. Publication P lin ne and inscriptions ffaint. Time sttained. £1330 A rural scenee in which a man m holding a scythe showss his worn hannds to his wifee and children.. Stock: 48755
5. [Two Laughing L Meen.] 85 FH H.[Frans Halss.][Pieter Louw w] [n.d., c.178 80.] Mezzotint, M 18th h century wateermark. Plate: 220 x 17 75mm (8¾ x 6¾'') 6 very largge margins. Fo oxed. £360 A portrait of tw wo laughing m men one holdin ng a coin; affter an oil pain nting by Dutchh artist Frans Hals (158216 666). Ex. Colllection the Hoon. Christopheer LennoxBo oyd. Stock: 48842
86 6. Appariition nocturn rne. [n n.d., c.1830] Hand-coloured H lithograph. Shheet: 160 x 22 20mm (6¼ x 8¾ ¾''). Trimmed d and laid on aalbum sheet. £95 A scene showin ng a man havin ing a nightmarre, at the end off his bed craw wl demonic loooking animals covered in bllood. Stock: 49137
87 7. Bewaree of a Dark M Man. Prrinted by W. Clerk, C 202 Higgh Holborn. Published P by O. O Hodgson 111, Fleet Streett. [n.d., c.1835 5.] Liithograph. Sheeet: 250 x 2100mm (9¾ x 8¼ ¼''). Foxing. £120 A scene in a wo ood in which a woman carrrying a baby diistracts a well--dressed younng woman while a man steals from her pocket. Stock: 48912
88 8. [Woma an Smoking a Pipe.] [n n.d., c.1780.] Rare Dutch mezzotint. Plate:: 240 x 185mm m (9½ x 7¼ ¼''). Creasing and rubbed. £95 An A interior scen ne showing a w woman sitting g by the fire, sm moking a pipe, her King Chharles Cavalierr Spaniel pu ulls at her skirrt revealing heer legs. Stock: 48841
The L Larder. In the Commo on Parlour aat Houghton. 84.
Martin de Voos Pinxit. Joseph Farington n Delin.t. Richh.d Earlom Sculppsit. Publishedd Nov.r 1st 17 775 by John Boydell, Enggraver, in Cheapside. Londo on. Bit later. Mezzotint. 455 x 570mm (18 ( x 22½"), with w very largge margins. Reppaired tear andd crack in platte mark, somee creasing & ruubbing. £3660 A smiling maan holds up a rabbit, standin ng before a display of gaame and other foods, with a cat on clawinng a string of sm mall birds and a dog surprised by anotherr cat under thee table. Amongg the foods are a deer, boarr, lobster, pumppkins, artichokes and asparagus. The sceene was drawn byy Joseph Farinngton after thee painting by Maarten de V Vos and publisshed in Boydeell's series of engravings oof the Walpolee Collection. The T painting, the enormouss 'Cook at the Table with Game' G (1.7 x 2 .4 metres), was sold to Catheerine the Greatt in 1779 and g of the now hangs inn the General Staff Building Hermitage. Stock: 48155
89 9. The To oilet. P.. Mercier. C. Spooner S fecit.. Printed for Carington C Bowles in St. Pauls P Church Y Yard. London n. Mezzotint. M Platte: 150 x 115m mm (6 x 4½'').. Trimmed to pllate. £140 A portrait of a woman w desabiille looking att herself in a mirror. m Stock: 48839
90 0. [Damon n and Alpheesiboeus.] [1 1517.] Woodcut. W Sheet: 95 x 140mm m (3¾ x 5½''). Trimmed an nd worm holess. £90 An A illustration to the eighth oof Virgil's Ecllogues which teells the story of o Damon and Alphesiboeuss who sing of th heir rival love for their comppanion Daphn nis who has deeserted them for f the pleasurres of town. Damon D is sh hown singing while Alphesiiboeus plays his h pipe, in th he distance Daaphnis talks too a woman by the town gaates. From 'Pu ublius Vergiliuus Maro Opera' published by y Badius in 15 517. Stock: 48862
91. Diogeenes lookingg for an Hon nest Man. Printed for C Carington Bow wles, at his Maap & Print Warehouse, N No. 69 in St. Pauls P Church yard, Londonn. Publish'd as tthe Act directts, 1. Jan, 1777 7. Mezzotint. P Plate: 360 x 2550mm (14 x 9¾ ¾''). Thread m left corner. Foxing. F £1440 margins. Sticker in bottom wing the Greeek philosopherr Diogenes A scene show walking throuugh the streetts in the middlle of the day with a lightedd lamp, searchhing for a goo od man. The scene is set inn an English landscape. l BM M Satire 5392.. Stock: 48835
The G Genij takes,, Beddridin Hasen, from m the Bed of tthe beautifu ul Lady, and d lays him att the Gates oof Damascuss. Arab.n Niights Ent.t 92.
H.W. Bunbuury Esq.r del.t. J. Pettit fecit. [London, Publish'd Decr. 23rd. 17866, by J. Jones, No. 63, Greaat Portland Streeet, Marylebonne.] Stipple. Sheeet: 270 x 330m mm (10½ x 13 3''). Trimmed. £1440 ure carrying a A fictional sccene showing a spirtual figu sleeping mann from the bedd of a sleeping g woman. Stock: 49050
[Retiirement.] And A ah! let Pity P turn herr dewy eyes.... 93.
R.L. West piinxt. F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculps. 1801. Rare engraviing. Sheet: 1200 x 140mm (4 4¾ x 5½''). Trimmed. £1660 wing a man lyying on a bed with w a bandagge A scene show on his head. The poet Chatterton on his death bed. A An illustration too 'Retirement' from 'Juvenillia, or a Collection off Poems' by Jaames Henry Leigh L Hunt published in 1801. Stock: 48237
95 5. Motherr Shipton annd the Abbo ot of Beverly. B Pu ublished July 12.th 1837 byy T. Hughes 3 Broadway, Lu udgate Street. Hand-coloured H mm (7½ x etching. Sheeet: 190 x 220m 8¾ ¾''). Slight creease. £70 A scene showin ng the prophettess Ursula So outheil (1488-15 561) known ass Mother Shippton, sitting beefore a fire with w Abbott of Beverly. The true story of Ursula U So outheil is unkn nown and vari rious legends exsist e about heer life and pow wers. One storry states that she s was the daaughter of a 15 year old unm married girl who w took Ursula U and wen nt and lived inn a cave. They y were helpedd by y the Abbot off Beverly whoo found a good d home for th he child. Moth her Shipton's ccave is now a tourist t site in Knaresborough K h. Stock: 48898
96 6. [Angeliica Appearin ing to Sacrip pante.] Ang.a A Kauffmaan inv. F. Barttolozzi sculp. 1783. En ngraving, raree proof. Plate: 235 x 155mm m (9¼ x 6'') laarge margins. Marking M in tittle area. £95 A scene from 'O Orlando Furiooso' translated from the Itaalian by John Hoole. Sacrippante is showiing in arrmour, lying by b the river whhile a woman in classical drress appears before him. Dee Vesme 1648 II of IV. Stock: 49088
97 7. No. 2. Paul P et Virgginie. Madame de la Tour T reprit la a lettre en een fit la lectu ure devant to oute la famillle rassembllée... Peeint par M.lle Adèle Ferrannd. Lith. par Ch. C Vogt. Im mp. par Lemerrcier, à Paris. PParis: V.or Delarue & C.e, Pllace du Louvrre 10 [n.d., 18555]. Liithograph on chine c collé, puublisher's blin nd stamp. Prrinted area 570 x 415mm (222½ x 16¼"). Very large margins m spotted d and soiled, w with a few teaars in margins. m £480 A scene from th he novel 'Paull et Virginie', by b JacquesHenri H Bernardin n de Saint-Pieerre: Madame de la Tour reeads a letter to o Paul and Virg rginie, a whitee servant and bllack slave girl. Seet on Mauritiu us, the novel iss a parable off the social diivisions in Freench society oon the eve of th he Revolution. Stock: 48512
98 8. Peverill of the Peakk. Peveril's interview with w Alice. Peeveril shootss Maj.r Brid dgenorth. Peveril protecting Alice. The King's suprize at seeeing Sir Geeoffrey.
Macb beth Banquoo & Witchess. Banquet Scene Macb beth & Banquo. Cave scene Macbeth & armed Heaad. Combat between Macbeth & Macduff. 94.
Pub. by Hodggson & Co. Newgate N St. 18 824. Hand-coloured etching. Shheet: 185 x 23 30mm (7¼ x 99''). £770 Creasing as ppublished. Four dramatiic scenes from m William Shaakespeare's 'Macbeth'. Stock: 48893
Pu ub. by Hodgso on & Co. New wgate St. [n.d., c.1830.] Fiine hand-colou ured etching. Plate: 185 x 225mm 2 (7¼ x 9''). £70 i sceenes from 'Pev veril of the Fiive vignettes illsutrating Peeak', a novel by b Sir Walter Scott which teells the tale off cavalier Juliaan Peveril who ho fell in love with Alice Bridgenorth, th he daughter off a roundhead. The action he Peak Distriict and the Isle of Man. taakes place in th Stock: 48897
Murd dering the young y Princees. Richardss Solioquy. C Combat betw ween Richm mond & Richard. T The Crown brought b to Richmond. R 99.
Pub.d July 1..st 1823, by Hodgson H & Co o., Newgate Stt. Hand-coloured etching. Shheet: 185 x 23 30mm (7¼ x 99''). £770 Creasing as ppublished. Four dramatiic scenes from m William Shaakespeare's 'Richard III'. Stock: 48894
100. Sweeet Poll of Ply ymouth. Printed, 6th M March, 1786 for f R. Sayer, Map, M Chart & Printseller, N No. 53, Fleet Street, S London n. Mezzotint. Sheet: 150 x 1110mm (6 x 4¼ ¼''). Trimmed.. £1220 oman weepingg A scene by thhe sea showinng a young wo as her lover ssails away in a ship shown in the distancee. Poll of Plymoouth was a chharacter in a ro omantic poem m but the charaacter was then taken on as a comic figuree in satirical printts, often show wn as a prostitu ute working inn the docks. 'B Black-eyed Suee and Sweet Poll P of Plymouth' puublished by Laaurie & Whitttle takes two poetic characcters and turnss them into prostitutes beingg exported to B Botany Bay.
All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables), bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.235, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48708
101. [Willliam Tell.] [n.d., c.1800.] 2''). Trimmed. Mezzotint. Sheet: 200 x 3110mm (8 x 12 £995 wing William Tell, holding a crossbow, A scene show kneeling on oone knee whille Habsburg trroops hold bacck the Swiss tow wnsfolk. Ex: Collection C the Hon. Christopher L Lennox-Boydd. Stock: 48956
102. [Cha arlotte by the Tomb of Werter.] W Engraved byy J.R. Smith. [nn.d., c.1790.] 40 x 340mm Oval stipple with hand-collour. Sheet: 34 £1330 (13¼ x 13¼'''). Trimmed. A young wom man mourns by b the tomb en ngraved with the name Weerter. An illusttration to 'Thee Sorrows of Young Werteer' by Johann Wolfgang van n Goethe. Stock: 48853
103. [Life of Aesop: Aesop A conviccting his fellow servaants of haviing eaten thee figs.] [So thrive falsee witnesses....] [Etched by T Thomas Dudleey after Franciis Barlow.] [Amsterdam:: Etiènne Rogger, 1714.] Etching. Sheeet 205 x 165m mm (8 x 6½") Trimmed £995 within plate, mounted on album a paper. h master's Aesop, havinng beeen accused of eating his figs, has vom mited to show he had eaten nothing, n then insists his accusers do the same, proving g their guilt. Plate 1 of thiirty-one illustrrations added to the second edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life" (1687), to illuustrate the traanslation of Planudes's Life of Aesop, whichh was unillusttrated in the fiirst edition of 1666. This eexample comees from an Am msterdam edition, 'Les Fables d'Esoppe', with the prrinting plate wn. trimmed dow
[Life off Aesop: Aessop resolvin ng the ga ardener's prroblem.] [N No more you u learned fo ops...] 10 04.
Th ho: Dudley fecit [after Franncis Barlow.] [Amsterdam: Ettiènne Roger, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £110 A gardener asks of Xanthus w why his cultiv vated herbs diid not grow ass well as wild ones. Aesop replied r that Mother M Nature regarded them m as step-child dren rather th han her own. Pllate 7 of thirty y-one illustratiions added to the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life" (1 1687), to illusttrate the transllation of Planu udes's Life off Aesop, A which was w unillustratted in the firstt edition of 16 666. This exaample comes ffrom an Amsterdam ed dition, 'Les Faables d'Esope',, with the prin nting plate triimmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables),
but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.241, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48712
105. [Life of Aesop: Aesop A ordered by Xanthus too take a dish h to her that loves him best.] [A W Wife, or Dogg, as certainee reasons prove...] Tho: Dudleyy fecit 1678 [affter Francis Barlow]. [Amsterdam:: Etiènne Rogger, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. £995 h a dish of o meat to Xanthus, Aessop's master, hands Aesop, expeccting him to give g it to his wife. w Howeverr Aesop gives in to a dog, seeen in the background. Topp right are mussicians in a gaallery Plate 8 of thiirty-one illustrrations added to the second edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life", tto illustrate the translation off Planudes's Life of Aesop, which was unnillustrated inn the first editiion of 1666. This examplee comes from an Amsterdam m edition, 'Lees Fables d'Esoppe', with the printing p plate trimmed t downn. All of the plaates were designed by Barlo ow: they weree etched c.1678-9, only five by Barlow; th he rest, including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve
made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.243, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48699
[Life off Aesop: Aessop serving tongues.] [T The maryed men afrontted at the jest...] 10 06.
[E Etched by Tho omas Dudley aafter Francis Barlow.] B [A Amsterdam: Etiènne E Roger,, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Aesop, A ordered d to serve a dinnner of the best, serves up to ongues at every course to Xaanthus and his guests. When W confronted, Aesop repplies ''What ex xcels the to ongue? It is thee great channeel of learning and ph hilosophy''. Pllate 10 of thirtty-one illustraations added to o the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life" (1 1687), to illusttrate the transllation of Planu udes's Life off Aesop, A which was w unillustratted in the firstt edition of 16 666. This exaample comes ffrom an Amsterdam ed dition, 'Les Faables d'Esope',, with the prin nting plate triimmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables), bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.252, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48715
[Life off Aesop: Aessop taken to o prison.] [H How vaine are a mens dessignes...] 10 07.
Th ho: Dudley fecit [after Franncis Barlow.] [Amsterdam: Ettiènne Roger, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Having H found treasure for Xaanthus, Xanth hus still orderss Aesop A to be imprisoned. Aessop complainss of the bad faaith and is releeased. Pllate 14 of thirtty-one illustraations added to o the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life" (1 1687), to illusttrate the transllation of Planu udes's Life off Aesop, A which was w unillustratted in the firstt edition of 16 666. This exaample comes ffrom an Amsterdam ed dition, 'Les Faables d'Esope',, with the prin nting plate triimmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables),
but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.247, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48710
108. [Life of Aesop: Xanthus X offeering to drin nk the sea.] [H How poore is i man whom m sordid interest swaays...] Thomas Duddley fecit 16799 quondum co ondicipulus WHollar [aftter Francis Baarlow.] [Amsteerdam: Etiènnne Roger, 1714..] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. £1330 Drunk, Xanthhus bets he caan drink the seea. About to lose his estattes, Aesop hass the answer: insisted i that, iin order to drinkk all the sea, the t wagerers should s stop th e rivers flowinng in so that hee would only drink d sea wateer. Plate 15 of thhirty-one illusstrations added d to the secondd edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life", tto illustrate the translation off Planudes's Life of Aesop, which was unnillustrated inn the first editiion of 1666. This examplee comes from an Amsterdam m edition, 'Lees Fables d'Esoppe', with the printing p plate trimmed t downn. All of the plaates were designed by Barlo ow: they weree etched c.1678-9, only five by Barlow; th he rest, including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on this plate he signed himself as a sstudent of Weenceslaus Holllar; and in 16779 he went to Liisbon, where he h is known to o have made further printss, and he is noot supposed to have returnedd to England thhereafter. He etched e some portraits p but these prints aafter Barlow are a his most im mportant workk. BM: 1871,08812.248, descrribed as a pro oof state. Stock: 48705
109. [Life of Aesop: Beaten B by Xanthus.] [Philosopheers like Forttune-tellers thrive, / Those by faalse notions,, these false flateries livve, / And thosee as oft true vertue do mistake, m / Ass these false auguries, an nd predictio ons make.] [Etched by T Thomas Dudleey after Franciis Barlow.] [Amsterdam:: Etiènne Rogger, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 200 x 165mm (8 x 6½"). Trimm med within plate, mounted on album a paper. £995 Aesop as a sllave on Samos, being beateen by his owneer Xanthus for ssaying he hadd seen two crow ws, when onlyy one was in siight. Plate 16 of thhirty-one illusstrations added d to the secondd edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life", tto illustrate the translation off Planudes's Life of Aesop, which was unnillustrated inn the first editiion of 1666.
Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables), bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.249, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48698
[Life off Aesop: Aessop interpreeting an in nscription on n a tomb, thhereby disco overing a trreasure.] [H How poore iss man whom m sordid in nterest sway ys...] 11 10.
Th ho: Dudley fecit [after Franncis Barlow.] [Amsterdam: Ettiènne Roger, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Aesop A agrees to o decypher ann inscription an nd find the treeasure in returrn for his freeedom. After hee digs it up, Xanthus X renegees, but Aesop tricks him into giving Aesop A half the trove. Pllate 19 of thirtty-one illustraations added to o the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life", to illlustrate the traanslation of Pllanudes's Lifee of Aesop, which w was unillustrated in thhe first edition n of 1666. Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the
plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.250, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48704
[Life of Aesop: Aesop A interp preting to th he Samians th he portent off the eagle and a the publlic ring.] [In vvaine the leaarned do theeir knowledgge boast...] 111.
Tho: Dudleyy fecit [after Frrancis Barlow w.] [Amsterdam m: Etiènne Rogeer, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. £995 Aesop agreess to decypher a portent and,, in doing so, forces his maaster Xanthus to give him his h freedom. Plate 20 of thhirty-one illusstrations added d to the secondd edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life" (1687), to illuustrate the traanslation of Planudes's Life of Aesop, whichh was unillusttrated in the fiirst edition of 1666. This eexample comees from an Am msterdam edition, 'Les Fables d'Esoppe', with the prrinting plate wn. trimmed dow All of the plaates were designed by Barlo ow: they weree etched c.1678-9, only five by Barlow; th he rest, including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.251, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48709
112. [Life of Aesop: Aesop A kneeliing before king Croesus.] [Of all the graces, Heaven in man design nd...] [Etched by T Thomas Dudleey after Franciis Barlow.] [Amsterdam:: Etiènne Rogger, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. £995 Aesop negotiiates with Crooesus to prevent war betweeen Lydia and Saamos. Plate 21 of thhirty-one illusstrations added d to the secondd edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life" (1687), to illuustrate the traanslation of Planudes's Life of Aesop, whichh was unillusttrated in the fiirst edition of 1666. This eexample comees from an Am msterdam
ed dition, 'Les Faables d'Esope',, with the prin nting plate triimmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables), bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.252, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48714
[Life off Aesop: Aessop welcomed on his reeturn to Sam mos from thee court of Lydia.] L [W When eloquence the stuubborn poweers asssailes...] 11 13.
[E Etched by Tho omas Dudley aafter Francis Barlow.] B [A Amsterdam: Etiènne E Roger,, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, sm mall tear, moun unted on album m paper. £110 Aesop, A having negotiated n peaace with his former fo master Xanthus X of Lyd dia, steps off a boat with an olive branch in n his hand, and d is welcomedd by the rulerss of Samos, with w a band of horns h and trum mpets. Pllate 22 of thirtty-one illustraations added to o the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life", to illlustrate the traanslation of Pllanudes's Lifee of Aesop, which w was unillustrated in thhe first edition n of 1666. Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest,
including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.259, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48707
114. [Life of Aesop: Aesop A falsely y accused byy Eunus, his adopted son n.] [To wha at vast heigh hts had Aesop''s glory run....] Tho: Dudleyy fecit [after Frrancis Barlow w.] [Amsterdam m: Etiènne Rogeer, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. £995 a from Aesop Eunus had foorged letters, apparently offering his sservices to forreign kings. Aesop A is condemned tto death and Ennus E is given n Aesop's estattes as a reward. d to the secondd Plate 23 of thhirty-one illusstrations added edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life", tto illustrate the translation off Planudes's Life of Aesop, which was unnillustrated inn the first editiion of 1666. This examplee comes from an Amsterdam m edition, 'Lees Fables d'Esoppe', with the printing p plate trimmed t downn. All of the plaates were designed by Barlo ow: they weree etched c.1678-9, only five by Barlow; th he rest, including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd
n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.241, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48713
[Life off Aesop: Aessop in the seepulchre feed by Hermiippus.] [So pitied falls the t in nnocent accu used...] 11 15.
[E Etched by Tho omas Dudley aafter Francis Barlow.] B [A Amsterdam: Etiènne E Roger,, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Eu unus, Aesop's adopted son, forged papers that in nplicated Aeso op in treason. K King Lyceruss ordered Hermippus H to put p Aesop to ddeath, but insteead he hid Aesop A until he was reprievedd. Pllate 24 of thirtty-one illustraations added to o the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life", to illlustrate the traanslation of Pllanudes's Lifee of Aesop, which w was unillustrated in thhe first edition n of 1666. Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables), bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.255, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48701
11 16. [Life off Aesop: Eun nus confron nted by Aesop.] A [Ung grateful Eunnus how cou uld you beetray...] [E Etched by Tho omas Dudley aafter Francis Barlow.] B [A Amsterdam: Etiènne E Roger,, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Eu unus, Aesop's adopted son, forged papers that in nplicated Aeso op in treason. W When Aesop is vindicated, En nnus is condemned to deathh, but Aesop intercedes i oh hiis behalf and re-adopts r him.. However, sh hamed, Eunus caan be seen flin nging himself from a cliff behind. Pllate 26 of thirtty-one illustraations added to o the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life", to illlustrate the traanslation of Pllanudes's Lifee of Aesop, which w was unillustrated in thhe first edition n of 1666. Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the
plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.257, deescribed as a proof state.
bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.258, desccribed as a prroof state.
117. [Life of Aesop: Aesop A with King K Nectenabo,, king of Egyypt.] [How vaine are mens desiggnes...] Tho: Dudleyy fecit [after Frrancis Barlow w.] [Amsterdam m: Etiènne Rogeer, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. £1220 Nectenabo chhallenged Xannthus to build a tower that touches neithher earth nor heaven. h Aesop p trains eagless to carry childdren in baskets, travels to Egypt E and tellss Nectenabo thhey are the woorkmen for thee tower and requests Necctenabo send thhe building materials m to them. Nectennabo replies he has no men that can fly annd admits defeaat. d to the secondd Plate 27 of thhirty-one illusstrations added edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life", tto illustrate the translation off Planudes's Life of Aesop, which was unnillustrated inn the first editiion of 1666. This examplee comes from an Amsterdam m edition, 'Lees Fables d'Esoppe', with the printing p plate trimmed t downn. All of the plaates were designed by Barlo ow: they weree etched c.1678-9, only five by Barlow; th he rest, including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)),
[Life off Aesop: thee death of Aeesop.] [R Reader refleect upon thiss scene of wo oe...] T D [Thomas Dudley] D fecit [[after Francis Barlow]. Amsterdam: Etiènne E Roger,, 1714.] [A Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Aesop, A on a dip plomatic missiion to Delphi from King Croesus of Lyd dia, was sentennced to death on a umped-up chaarge of templee theft, and is thrown from tru a cliff. o the second Pllate 30 of thirtty-one illustraations added to ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life", to illlustrate the traanslation of Pllanudes's Lifee of Aesop, which w was unillustrated in thhe first edition n of 1666. Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written by y Aphra Behn n, who wrote nnew verses forr the fables), bu ut for this non n-English editiion the verse was w trimmed offf and new borrders engraved ed. Liittle is known of Dudley: onn one plate off this series hee signed himself as a student oof Wenceslauss Hollar; and n 1679 he wen nt to Lisbon, w where he is known to have in made m further prrints, and he iss not supposed d to have reeturned to Eng gland thereafteer. He etched some po ortraits but theese prints after er Barlow are his h most im mportant work k. BM: 1871,00812.259, desccribed as a prroof state. Stock: 48706
[Life off Aesop: Aessop bought by the ph hilosopher Xanthus.] X [H How poore's the prrice...] 11 19.
Th ho: Dudley fecit [after Franncis Barlow.] [Amsterdam: Ettiènne Roger, 1714.] Prroof etching. Sheet S 205 x 1665mm (8 x 6½ ½") Trimmed within w plate, mounted on albu bum paper. £95 Aesop A bought in a slave mark rket. Pllate 5 of thirty y-one illustratiions added to the second ed dition of Barlo ow's "Æsop's FFables, With His H Life", to illlustrate the traanslation of Pllanudes's Lifee of Aesop, which w was unillustrated in thhe first edition n of 1666. Th his example comes from ann Amsterdam edition, 'Les Faables d'Esope'', with the prinnting plate trim mmed down. All A of the plates were designned by Barlow w: they were ettched c.1678-9 9, only five byy Barlow; the rest, in ncluding this one, o by Thomaas Dudley. Orriginally the pllate extended down with a ttitle verse (possibly written
by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.239, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48702
120. [Life of Aesop: Aesop A passin ng the housee of the fatheer of Xanthu us's wife.] [IInsulting women whiile their slavves obey...] Tho: Dudleyy fecit [after Frrancis Barlow w.] [Amsterdam m: Etiènne Rogeer, 1714.] Proof etchingg. Sheet 205 x 165mm (8 x 6½") Trimmeed within plate, mounted on album a paper. Letterpress L overprinting.. £995 Having causeed Xanthus's wife w to leave him, h Aesop stands outsidde her father's house telling a servant thatt Xanthus wouuld be celebratting his secon nd marriage thhe following daay, the wife lisstening. She so oon rushed home. Plate 9 of thiirty-one illustrrations added to the second edition of Baarlow's "Æsopp's Fables, Witth His Life", tto illustrate the translation off Planudes's Life of Aesop, which was unnillustrated inn the first editiion of 1666. This examplee comes from an Amsterdam m edition, 'Lees Fables d'Esoppe', with the printing p plate trimmed t downn. All of the plaates were designed by Barlo ow: they weree etched c.1678-9, only five by Barlow; th he rest, including this one, by Thoomas Dudley. Originally thee plate extendeed down with a title verse (p possibly writtten by Aphra Beehn, who wrote new verses for f the fables)), but for this nnon-English eddition the versse was trimmeed off and new bborders engraaved. Little is know wn of Dudley:: on one plate of this series he signed himseelf as a studennt of Wenceslaaus Hollar; andd in 1679 he w went to Lisbonn, where he is known k to havve made furtherr prints, and hee is not suppo osed to have returned to E England thereaafter. He etcheed some portraits but these prints affter Barlow arre his most important woork. BM: 18711,0812.242, deescribed as a proof state. Stock: 48703
121. Saintt Georges. D'apres le Taableau de Rapphaël qui est dans le Cabinett de M.r Crozaai peint sur boois, de la grand deur de l'Estampe graavée par Nicoolas de Larmesssin. [n.d., c.1740.] Plate: 310 x 2220mm (12 x 8¾'') very largee Engraving. P margins. Papper tone. £1440 St. George deefeating a draagon, after a paainting on board by Rapphael. Stock: 48788
22. Latone e Vengée. G Gravé d'aprèès le 12 Tableau T Orig ginal de Davvid Teniers . qui est au Cabinet C de Monsieur M Le Comte de Vence. V Marechal M de Camp des A Armée du Roy. R David D Teniers pinx. p Noel le M Mire Sculp. AParis, A chez l'A Auteur, ruë Stt Jacqueau Solleil d'Or, vis à vis le Plesis [n n.d., c.1754.] En ngraving. 500 0 x 350mm (199¾ x 13¾"). Tear T touching arrmorial repaireed. £260 Leeto, daughter of the Titans C Coeus and Ph hoebe, gave biirth to Artemiss and Apollo, children of Zeus, Z on Delos. D Fleeing the wrath of H Hera, Leto paassed through Ly ycia. When sh he tried to drinnk from a well the local peeasants stirred d up mud to m make the waterr undrinkable, so o Leto turned them t all into ffrogs. Th he central fou untain in the teerrace garden of Versailles deepicts this scene. Stock: 49024
Persée les mains teeintes encoree du sang du u Monstre dont d il vient de délivrer se lave à laa Fontaine Hypocrène, Andromède; A H ett l'Amour prrêt à les uniir. 12 23.
Bourdon pinx. F. F Basan exc. A Paris, chéss Basan, Graveur, G Place Maubert, procche le rue de la l Bucherie. Ettching. 365 x 445mm (14½ ½ x 17½") large margins. Sllight staining bottom b right iin margins. £350 Peerseus washin ng in hands in a stream afterr having slain th he sea monsterr. Behind him m Cupid standss looking at Andromeda A wh ho, free of her chains, is seeen wrapping heerself in a drap pery. Pegasuss flaps his win ngs. On the rig ght nereids pu ut coral on Perrseus' shield. The T body of th he sea monsterr can be seen oon the right. BM: B 18 873,0712.297.. Stock: 48826
12 24. [Woma an Rejectingg a Sea Mon nster.] Drawn D by I. Mo ortimer. Etch'dd by I. Haynees. Publish'd ass the Act direccts Jan. 25 17880 by J. Mortiimer Norfolk Sttreet Strand. Ettching. Plate: 295 x 200mm m (11½ x 8'') very v large margins. m £160 A mythologicall scene in whiich a young woman w fights off a grotesque sea s monster. FFrom a series of twelve ettchings publish hed posthumoously by Morttimer's wife. After A a drawing g by artist andd printmaker John Hamilton H Mortimer (1740-17779). Stock: 48851
125. [Sold dier Fightingg a Monsterr.] Mortimer dell.t. Blyth Feciit. [n.d., c.1780.] Etching. Platte: 340 x 250m mm (13¼ x 9¾ ¾'') very largee margins. Foxxing. £1330 A mythological scene show wing a man in n armour fighting withh a sea monsteer on the shoree. After a drawing by aartist John Ham milton Mortim mer (17401779). Stock: 48852
The T Triumph off Beauty and d Love. From m an originall Drawing byy J.B. Cipriani in the Possession of W. Palmer. 126.
J.B. Cipriani R.A. Inv.t. F. Bartolozzi R.A. R sculp.t. nt.y Molteno, London Publlished Fb.y 1sst 1810, by An Printseller too her R.H. the Dutchess of York, Y No. 29 Pall Mall. mmed to platee, Stipple. 250 x 315mm (10 x 12½"). Trim me of inscription weakly in nked. £1440 creasing. Som Venus and C Cupid in a charriot drawn by doves, attendded by putti. Behhind a young man m embracess a nymph. First publisheed by William m Palmer in 17 783. Stock: 48918
127. [Beess.] E. Dayes delin. F. Hollyerr [?] sculp. [n.d d., c.1800.] mm (17¾ x Coloured stippple, rare. Sheeet 450 x 550m 21¾"). Trimm med, losing title and publiccation line, othher inscriptions w worn; marginss stained, laid on archival tissue, worm mhole in imagee. £1330 A family wavve a swarm off bees from a tree t in the farmyard bacck to their hives.
13 31. Evenin ng with the R Repose of Ca attle, in the Possession off Mr Berezy.. To the Rig ght Honorable H Lord Viscounnt Duncanno on, this Plate is Humbly Dedicateed by his Lo ordship's most m obliged and Humblle Servants Molteno M Colnaghi C & Co. C Rosa of Tivoli pinxt. p Mary C Catherine Presstel sculp.t. [L London publ.d d May 24 17977 by Mess.rs Schiavonetti S No N 12 Michael''s Place Brom mpton.] Aquatint, A very fine impressioon. Sheet 555 x 710mm (2 21¾ x 28"). Trrimmed into pplate at bottom m, losing pu ublication linee, and left, rem margined, a few tears in ed dges, some rep paired. £590 A shepherd seaated on the groound with a fllock of sheep an nd goats, ruinss in the distannce. After Philipp Peter Roos. Stock: 49145
13 32. [Figure es Herding G Goats on Do onkeys.] peeint par J. Pillement. Gravéé par Jaques Wangner. W se veend à Vienne, Paris Augsboourgs et autress Lieux chez Messieurs M les Commissionair C ires de l'Acadeemie Im mperiale avec Privilege de SSa Majesté Im mp. de n'en faaire pas Copie par l'Academ mie Imperiale d'Empire. d [n n.d., c.1770.] En ngraving. Platte: 305 x 420m mm (12 x 16½ ½''). Surface diirt. Small marrgins. £220 A rustic scene showing s a grooup of figures on donkeys heerding goats along a a path. PPublished in France, Austria A and Germany. Stock: 49044
128. [Cow ws and Sheep p.] No.3. R. Hills delinn.t Pub.d by R. R Bowyer, Palll Mall, 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. Printed P area: 260 x 340mm (10¼ x 13½'''). Slight foxinng £2880 A rural scenee in a cow sheed, on the left a farmer bendds to pick up a bbasket of turnips while in th he backgroundd two children play on the ground. g Stock: 48523
129. [Cow ws and Sheep p.] No.2. R. Hills delinn.t Pub.d by R. R Bowyer, Palll Mall, 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. Printed P area: 260 x 340mm (10¼ x 13½'''). Slight foxinng. £2880 A rural scenee showing a man m driving a cart c carrying calves while the a herd of cows and a flock of sheep follow from bbehind. Stock: 48522
130. [Group of Donkiies, and Russtic Children.] No.11. R. Hills delinn.t Pub.d by R. R Bowyer, Palll Mall, 1825. Fine hand-cooloured aquatiint. Printed areea: 260 x 340mm (10¼ ¼ x 13½''). Papper tone. £1990 A rural scenee in which a man m strokes on ne of his four donkeys while a little childd crawls to on ne which is lying down. Stock: 48597
13 33. The Miilkmaids Gaarland or Hu umours of May M Day. Frrom an Origginal Paintin ng in Vauxhall V Garrdens. [A After Francis Hayman.] H Prinnted for Rob.tt Sayer at the Golden G Buck in n Fleet Street.  En ngraving. Platte: 165 x 275m mm (6½ x 11'') large margins. m £75 A rural scene sh howing some young women n dancing to ceelebrate May Day. D After a ppainting by Frrancis Hayman H now in n the collectioon of the Victo oria and Albert A Museum m. Stock: 49110
13 37. Carte de d l'Isle de M Monbasa. Située S a la Coste C Orientale d'Afriquue par 5 deg grés de Latitude L Merridion.le Tirré du Pilote Anglois. Une U Lieue. To om.V.N.o 10. [Jacques Niccolas Bellin, n.d. c.1760.] Copper engraviing. 254 x 1900mm (10 x 7½ ½"). Cut into he platemark along a left-handd edge, and viisible worm th ho oles. £120 Mombasa M Islan nd is a coral ouutcrop located d on Kenya's co oast on the Ind dian Ocean. Stock: 18005
[Untitleed maps of E England and d Scotland in n intersectin ng roundells..] 13 38.
Th ho. Hogben Fecit. [n.d., c.11760.] En ngraved map, original handd colour. Sheeet trimmed arround roundells, at most 1155 x 60mm. Laaid on album paaper. £260 Circular maps of o England & Wales and Sccotland, with he counties dellineated with ooriginal hand colour. The th size and shape suggest they w were issued to o decorate the d on a pocket watch, lid Stock: 48809
134. [The Silver Age.] H. Walton Piinxit. Charles West Sculpsit. Publish'd Sept.r 2.d 1782 by John Booydell Engrav ver in Cheapsiide London. b Sheet: A pair of stippples, printed in sepia and black. 290 x 325mm m (11½ x 12¾ ¾''). Trimmed within w plate. £4880 Two versionss of the same print, printed in two differeent colours. The scene shows a young girl looking out wo chickens are a in a baskett across a landdscape while tw next to her. Stock: 48856
135. La B Belle Dormeu use. F. Boucher D Del. W. Rylannd Sculp. Aparris ches Buldeet rue de Gesvrres au grand Coeur. C [n.d., c.1770]. Engraving. P Plate: 270 x 3440mm (10½ x 13½'') very large marginns. £3220 oman asleep A scene in a wood showinng a young wo oung man near her sheeep and dog, beehind her a yo watches from m behind a treee. Stock: 49042
136. [You ung Woman Spinning.] J. H. Benwelll inv.t. F. Barrtolozzi sculp. London Published Jann. 20th 1784 by b J. Walker Carver C No.1488 Strand. 2 (10¾ x Stipple, prooof before title. Plate: 275 x 200mm 8'') very largee margins. Puublication line faint. £2660 A scene show wing a countryy girl sitting outside o at her spinning wheeel with her caat asleep next to her. Stock: 48984
13 39. A Souv venir of the L Launch of the Brazilian B Tra aining Ship ''Almirantee Saldanha" by y Her Excellency Madaame Getulio Vargas reepresented by b Her Exceellency Mad dame Regis dee Oliveira frrom the Navval Construcction Works W of Vicckers-Armsttrong Limiteed, Barrow-in-Fu B urness. 19thh December,, 1933. Oblong O 4to, oriiginal printed wrappers stitcched with grreen silk; colo our offset front ntis, pp. (vi), 15 half-tone pllates. Front co over chipped aand soiled. £160 With W photograp phic illustratioons of other sh hips of the Brazilian navy. he ''Almirantee Saldanha", a sailing ship, is best Th kn nown for a UF FO sighting inn 1958, observ ved by severall crrew members, with photogrraphs taken. Stock: 49012
Dedicated to the L London Misssionary So ociety. The Departure of the Camd den, Missionary M Ship. With thhe Rev. J. Williams W an nd Missiona aries for the South Seas, from the River R Thamees; sketched on the spot, and Printed in Oiil Colours byy G. Baxter, Patentee, 3,, Charterhouse Square.. 14 40.
Lo ondon: published by John SSnow, 26, Pateernoster Row. [n.d., c.18 838.] A rare Baxter print. p Sheet: 2225 x 320mm (9 ( x 8¾''). £360 A view of the missionary m shiip Camden being waved offf by spectatorrs in boats. Eig ight missionarries and their wives w left with Rev. John Wiilliams for thee South Seas. Williams W and another compaanion James Harris H were kiilled and eaten n by cannibalss in the New Hebrides H in 18 839. Followin ng his death thhe London Misssionary So ociety sent a further f seven sships to Polyn nesia all naamed after Joh hn Williams. Stock: 48767
To th he Commodore Captain n & Memberrs of the Royaal Thomas Yacht Y Club, This print oof the Match at Cowes foor a Cup given by the Members oof the Royal Yacht Squa adron, Aug. t 14.th 1844. Won by th he ''Mystery y'' Rt. Hon.b ble Viscount Seeaham. Is reespectfully dedicated d byy their obediient Servantt, N.M. Cond dy, Marine Painter to tthe Royal Thames & Ro oyal Westerrn Yacht Club b. [Lower left:] The My ystery late th he property off the Lord Alfred A Pagett was built b by Mess.rs Dittchburne & Mare and has h won Eleven Cup ps.
A marine view showing the w wreck of the Bien-Heureux B x att the Ness in Teignmouth, T D Devon. A crow wd gathers on th he beach to waatch the wavess batter the sh hip and those ab board escape into i rowng booats. A plate frrom 'The River Teign, fro om the Sourcee to the Sea' 1828.
N.M. Condy Pinx.t G. Haw wkins litho. Day D & Haghe Lith..rs to thee Queen. [n.d.. c.1845.] Lithograph inn modern Hoggarth frame, window w 380 x 460mm (15 x 18"), outsidee of frame 580 0 x 650mm (22¾ x 25½""). Unexamineed out of fram me. £8550 The match foor the Royal Squadron's S cup p at Cowes in August 18444. This was thee most notablee victory for Alfred Pagett's pioneering 25-ton 2 iron cu utter yacht 'Mystery', buuilt in 1842. No N less than fourteen Royal Thames boatts took up thiss challenge and d, following Mystery's wiin, 35 secondss ahead of her nearest rival, she led the T Thames contingent up the So olent in a triumphant cavalcade. Lorrd Alfred Pageet, who later bsequently sold the yachht to Lord Seaaham, was sub Commodore of the Royal Thames Yach ht Club from 1846 to 18733.
E. Haumont hav vre 1850. 2½''). Liithograph. Sheeet: 245 x 3155mm (9¾ x 12 A view of a steam ship.
14 44. Express of Southam mpton. F.W W. Paul R.N. Commander. C . The steam mer which co onveyed King K Louis Philippe P andd Queen Marrie Amelie frrom the portt of Havre too Newhaven n on the 2n nd of March h 1848 durinng the Frencch reevolution. £290
His M Majesty's Frrigate the Diiamond, commandeed by Captaiin Sir Sidney Smith, K.S S. being on a cruise off Cape C La Hev ve... To J. Spencer Sm mith, Esqr. M.P. M F.R.S. F.S.A. &c. this Print, ffrom the oriiginal Draw wing in his collection, iis respectfullly inscribed d by E. Orme. Prooof. 142.
Drawn by J.T T. Serres, from m a sketch by J. Boxer, R.N N. Engraved byy J. Jeakes. Pubblished for thee Proprietor, aas O His the Act direccts, Sept.r 1803, by Edw.d Orme, Majesty's Priintseller, 59, New N Bond Strreet, London. Coloured aquuatint, proof. 460 4 x 640mm m (18 x 25¼"). £5550 While blockaading Le Havrre in 1796 'Diamond' was overpoweredd and her comm mander Captaain Sir William m Sydney Smitth imprisoned. However he escaped two years later w with the help off French Royaalists, a cruciaal event in the R Revolutionaryy and Napoleo onic Wars: because of Sm mith's later seervice in the Mediterranean M and Egypt, N Napoleon Bonaaparte complaained ''That m man made me misss my destiny'''. The respectivve ships captiooned above th he image. Parker: 114aa. Stock: 41423
The N Ness with th he Wreck off the BienHeureux, JJan.9. 1826. 143.
J. Strutt. Del. Pyall Sculp. Published by W.T. Strutt & Son, Exeter & Teignmouthh. Aquatint. Sheet: 200 x 2655mm (8 x 10½ ½''). Trimmed.. £990
14 45. The Gr reat Westernn crossing th he Atlantic. Length L 236 Feet, F Breadthh 59 Feet, Tonnage T 13 320, 2 Engin nes of 225 H Horse Power Each. Lo ondon J. & F. Harwood. [n..d., c.1840.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 135 x 185m ¼''). £50 mm (5¼ x 7¼ A maritime scene showing SSS Great Westtern, designed by y Isambard Kiingdom Bruneel, the first steeam ship built fo or crossing thee Atlantic and the first unit in the Great Western W Steam Ship Companny. Stock: 48344
14 46. The Gr reat Westernn crossing th he Atlantic. Length L 236 Feet_Breadth F h 59 Feet_T Tonnage 13 320_2 Engin nes of 225 H Horse Power Each. [n n.d., c.1840.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 110 x 190m mm (4¼ x 7½ ½''). £60 A maritime scene showing SSS Great Westtern, designed by y Isambard Kiingdom Bruneel, the first steeam ship built fo or crossing thee Atlantic and the first unit in the Great Western W Steam Ship Companny. Stock: 48343
14 47. The Ba attle of Cullooden April 16th: 1 1746. This T View of the Gloriouus Victory ob btained ov ver the Rebeels, Shews H His Majestiees Army Army A comma anded by Hiis Royal Hig ghness the Duke D of Cum mberland, drrawn up in three t lines... [aafter Augustin Heckel.] Pubblished 1st November 17 797, by Lauriee & Whittle, 552 Fleet Streett London. But later.
Etching. 325 x 470mm (133 x 18½") larg ge margins. margins. Repairs in m £2660 Impressive bbattle scene celebrating the Hanoverian H victory over Charles Edwaard Stuart (thee 'Young Pretender') annd his Jacobitte army, at thee battle of Culloden on 16th April 17746. Prince William Augustus, Duuke of Cumbeerland (1721 - 1765) at centre, pointiing sword, onn horseback wiith his generalls on raised groound in foreground; After Augustin A Heckkel (1690 - 17700), a reissue off a plate engraaved soon afteer the battle. Stock: 48866
Flush hing during the Seige ta aken from th he Knowle Hoouse Dyke. 148.
H.A. Barker del.t. William ms sculp.t. Pub blished Feb.y 66, Palser, Surrey Side, Westminster Bridge. 1810 by T. P Scarce aquattint with hand colour. 320 x 640mm (12½ ½ 1 very larrge x 25¼"), wattermarked 'B. J. Whatman 1812', margins. Spliit on plate maark, tears in margins. £3220 A view of thee Siege of Vliissingen durin ng the ill-fatedd Walcheren C Campaign of 1809, based on n the panoram mic painting by H Henry Aston Barker B that waas exhibited att the Panoramaa, Leicester Square, in 1810 0. Stock: 49017
A mounted portrait of an offi ficer of the 14tth (The King's) K Regimeent of Light D Dragoons whicch are now kn nown as 14th King's Hussarrs. Stock: 48964
15 51. Officer rs of the Brittish Army, No. N 2. 17th Lancers. L Ded dicated by P Permission to t the Adjatant A Gen neral of his M Majesty's Forces. L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine colloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. Foxing. £280 A mounted portrait of an offi ficer from the 17th Lancers. Th he regiment was w amalgamaated with the 21st 2 Lancers to o form the 17th h/21st Lancerrs in 1922. Stock: 48970
Officerrs of the Brittish Army, No. N 6. 3rd orr P. of W. Dragoon D Guaards. Dedicated by Permission to o the Adjataant General of his Majesty's M Forces. 15 52.
L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Fiine & rare coloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. £320 A mounted portrait of an offi ficer in the 3rd d Prince of Wales's W Dragoo on Guards whi hich was amalg gamated into th he 3rd/6th Draagoon Guards in 1922. Stock: 48973
Officerrs of the Brittish Army, No. N 53. 7th (o or the P. Roy yal's) Dragooon Guards.. Dedicated by y Permission to the Adjjatant General of his Majesty's M Forces. 15 53.
149. [A Cossack lanceer.] [After Verneet?] [n.d., c.1820.] Etching withh aquatint and roulette. Proo of before all letters. 515 x 610mm (20¼ ¼ x 24"). Botttom and left margins rebuuilt. £4550 A Cossack laancer on a whiite horse with h a brand on itss haunch. Behiind are hussarrs with sabres,, and a fortifieed town. Stock: 49023
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 42. 144th (or the Kin ng's) Lt. Dr. Dedicated by Permission n to the Adjaatant General of his Majesty's F Forces. 150.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. Littlee foxing. £3220
L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine colloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. Foxing. £320 A mounted portrait of an offi ficer of the 7th h (Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards whhich were amu ulgimated with w the 4th Ro oyal Irish Draggoon Guards, to form the 4tth/7th Dragoon Guards in 1 922 Stock: 48967
Officerrs of the Brittish Army, No. N 55. 9.th (o or Queen's Royal) R Lanccers. Dedica ated by Permission to o the Adjataant General of his Majesty's M Forces. 15 54.
L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & rare colloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. Little fo oxing. £280 A mounted portrait of an offi ficer from the 9th Queens Royal Lancers. The regimentt was amalgam mated with
the 12th Royyal Lancers to form the 9th/12th Royal Lancers in 19960. Stock: 48971
15 57. Nativess of the Mad dras Army. Cavalry (P Private). Drawn D & colored by W.m Hu Hunsley. Printeed by W.m Po orter. St. Thom mas's Mount 11840. A rare hand-colloured lithogrraph. Sheet: 36 60 x 270mm (1 14 x 10½''). Crreasing. £320 A mounted portrait of an Inddian private in the Madras Cavalry in unifform. Stock: 49041
Officerrs of the Maddras Army. Cavalry (U Undress). 15 58.
Drawn D & colored by W.m Hu Hunsley. Printeed by W.m Po orter. St. Thom mas's Mount 11840. A rare hand-colloured lithogrraph. Sheet: 36 60 x 270mm (1 14 x 10½''). Marking. M £320 A mounted portrait of an offi ficer of the Maadras Cavalry in n uniform. Stock: 49040
Officerrs of the Brittish Army, No. N 3. 15th (Y York E. Riding). Dedicaated by Permission to th he Adjatant General of his Majesty y's Forces. 15 59.
R. Acckermann's Costumes of o the Indian n Army. No.222. The 35th Bengal Light Infanty.. Officers. 155.
Drawn by H.. Martens. Enggraved by J. Harris. H Londonn, Published Juune 24th. 18466 by Rudolph Ackermann A att Sporting Gallery, 101, Regent Street. his Eclipse S Hand-coloured aquatint. Framed. F Printeed area: 345 x ½ x 9''). Framee: 535 x 420m mm (21 x 16½'''). 230mm (13½ Unexaminedd out of frame.. £2660 A mounted pportrait of an officer o of the 35th 3 Bengal Light Infantrry, talking to another a Europ pean soldier, around them are Indian soliders and serv vants. Stock: 48982
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 9. 79th h (or Cameroon Highland ders.) Dediccated by Permission n to the Adjaatant General of his Majesty's F Forces. 156.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. Coloured by b C. Bowen & C.H. Martinn. London, Pubblished by W. Spooner 253, Regent St. [n.d., c.1830.] F Printted area: 360 x Fine colouredd lithograph. Framed. 280mm (14 x 11''). Frame: 520 x 440mm m (20½ x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. . £3660 An offficer oof the 79th Cam meron Highlaanders in dresss uniforn, the rregiment amallgamated with h the Seaforth Highlanders to form the Queen's Q Own Highlanders H inn 1961, and noow forms part of the Scottish Division. Stock: 48988
L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Fiine & rare coloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. Foxing. £320 A portrait of an n officer from East Yorkshirre Regiment, no ow part of the Yorkshire Reegiment. Stock: 48972
Officerrs of the Brittish Army, No. N 7. 60th orr the Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Ded dicated by Permission to o the Adjataant General of his Majesty's M Forces. 16 60.
L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine colloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. Foxing. £320 A portrait of an n officer in thee Kings Royall Rifle Corps. In n 1958, the reg giment joined the Oxfordsh hire and Buckinghamshiire Light Infanntry and the Rifle R Brigade n the Green Jackets Brigadee and in 1966 the t three in reegiments weree formally amaalgamated to become b the Royal Green Jaackets. Stock: 48969
16 61. Officer rs of the Brittish Army, No. N 60. Royal R Horseg guards. Marrching Ordeer. Dedicated D by y Permissionn to the Adja atant General G of hiis Majesty's Forces. L. Mansion & S.t S Eschauzierr inv. & del. Printed P by S 253, Leefevre & Co. London, Publlished by W. Spooner Regent St. Colo oured by C.H.. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine colloured lithograaph. Framed. Printed area: 36 60 x 280mm (14 ( x 11''). Fraame: 520 x 44 40mm (20½ x 17 7¼''). Unexam mined out of frrame. Little fo oxing. £280
A mounted pportrait of an officer o of the Royal R Horse Guards in maarching order.. The Royal Horse H Guards was amalgam mated with thee Royal Drago oons (1st Dragoons) too form the Bluues and Royals (Royal Horsse Guards and 11st Dragoons) in 1969.
A mounted portrait of an offi ficer in the Liffe Guards which w forms paart of the Houssehold Cavalrry. The offficer wears th he ceremonial uniform with h the cuirass an nd helmet. Stock: 48960
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 19. 4th h. (the Queen ns own) Ligh ht Dragoons. Dedicated d by Permisssion to the Adjatant A Gen neral of his Majesty's F Forces. 162.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. Littlee foxing. £2880 A mounted pportrait of an officer o in the 4th 4 (the Queenns own) regimennt of Light Drragoons, now the 4th Queenns Own Hussarss. Stock: 48961
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 1. 10th h (the P. Walles's own) Royal R Regim ment of Hussars. D Dedicated byy Permission n to the Adjatant G General of hiis Majesty's Forces. 163.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. Foxin ng. £2550 A mounted pportrait of an officer o 10th Royal Hussars which was allmulgimated to t form the Ro oyal Hussars (Prince of W Wales Own) in 1969.
Officerrs of the Maddras Army. Light Cavalry. C (Dreess). 16 66.
Drawn D & colored by W.m Hu Hunsley. Printeed by W.m Po orter. St. Thom mas's Mount 11839. A rare hand-colloured lithogrraph. Sheet: 36 60 x 270mm (1 14 x 10½''). £320 A portrait of an n officer of thee Madras Ligh ht Cavalry in drress uniform.
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 16. 6th h (Inniskillin ng) Dragoon ns. Dedicated by Permission n to the Adjaatant General of his Majesty's F Forces.
16 67. R. Ackermann's C Costumes of the Indian Army. A No4. Madras M Infa fantry, Officcers of the Rifles R & Ligh ht Infantry iin Full Dress.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. Littlee foxing. £2880 A mounted pportrait of an officer o of 6th (Inniskilling) ( Dragoons. Thhe regiment was w amulgimatted with 5th (Princess Chharlotte of Walles's) Dragoon n Guards to form 5th/6th Dragoons in 1922. Stock: 48965
Drawn D by H. Martens, M from a sketch by Capt. Fred.c Ainslie, A 21st Fu usiliers. Engraaved by J. Harrris. London, Pu ublished June 21st. 1845 byy Rudolph Ackermann at hiis Eclipse Spo orting Gallery,, 101, Regent Street. Hand-coloured H aquatint. Fram med. Printed area: a 345 x 23 30mm (13½ x 9''). Frame: 5535 x 420mm (21 x 16½''). Unexamined U ou ut of frame. £260 A scene showin ng an officer oof a Madras In nfantry reegiment and an n officer of thhe Rifles. Therre had been a seeparate Madraas Rifle Corps but in 1830 itt was broken up p and compan nies were attacched to variou us regiments off the Madras Infantry. I Stock: 48983
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 43. 1stt Life Guard ds. Dedicateed by Permission to the Adjatant G General of hiis Majesty's Forces. 165.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. £3220
16 68. The Ma adras Lightt Cavalry. New N Dress_Office D r. R. Ackerrmann's Cosstumes of th he Indian Arrmy. No. 32 . Drawn D by H.y Martens. M Engrraved by J. Haarris. Lo ondon, Published May 24.th th 1848, by Ru udolph Ackermann, A at his Eclipse Spporting Gallerry, 191, Regent Street. Hand-coloured H aquatint. Platte: 380 x 275m mm (15 x 10 0¾''). £260
A mounted pportrait of an officer o in the Madras M Light Cavalry in thhe Indian Arm my. Stock: 49038
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 56. Royal Artilllery (Horsee Brigade). Dedicated D b by Permission n to the Adjaatant General of his Majesty's F Forces. 169.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. Foxin ng. £3220 A mounted pportrait of an officer o of the Royal R Artillerry. Stock: 48968
Officcers of the British B Army y, No. 18. 2.d d (R. N. Brit)) Dragoons. Dedicated by Permission n to the Adjaatant General of his Majesty's F Forces. 170.
L. Mansion & S.t Eschauzzier inv. & dell. Printed by Lefevre & Co. London, Puublished by W. W Spooner 2533, Regent St. Coloured by C..H. Martin. [n.d., c.1830.] Rare & fine ccoloured lithoograph. Frameed. Printed areea: 360 x 280mm m (14 x 11''). Frame: F 520 x 440mm (20½ ½x 17¼''). Unexxamined out off frame. £3220 A mounted pportrait of an officer o of 2nd Division Royyal North Britishh Dragoons, allso referred to o as the Scots Greys becausse of their excclusive use of grey horses. The regiment almugimatedd with 3rd Carrabiniers in S Dragoon n Guards. 1971, forminng the Royal Scots Stock: 48966
Numbered N 'Pl. 9, 9 Vol. I', for R Rudolph Ackermann's 'R Repository of Arts' A periodicaal, published from f 180918 829. The form mal title of the publication was w "R Repository of Arts, Literatuure, Commercee, Manufactures, M Fashions, F andd Politics", and d it discussed an nd illustrated day d to day lifee, and influencced English taaste in fashion, architecture and literature. Stock: 49056
[St Helena. Visitingg his Tomb.. The Sh hade of Nap poleon.] 17 72.
Prrinted by Dean n & Munday. [n.d., c.1825..] Liithograph. Sheeet: 180 x 2400mm (7 x 9½''). £160 Th he trunks of tw wo willow treees, together with w their brranches and otther foliage, fo form the outlin ne profile of Napoleon N Bonaaparte (1769 – 1821), beside a simple moonlit m grave on o the Atlanticc island of Saiint Helena. A woman w in a mo ourning veil hoolds a wreath,, the French Im mperial eagle at a her feet. Thhis one of seveeral puzzlety ype prints on th he same them me published in n the afftermath of Naapoleon's deatth. Stock: 48400
17 73. The Ar rabian Cameel, or Dromedary._ D _Camelus Drromedariuss. Price ¾d. Plain; 2d. Coloured. Pu ublished Undeer the Directioon of the Com mmitttee of General G Literature and Educaation, Appoin nted by the So ociety for Promoting Christtian Knowledg ge. R. Clay, Prrinter, Bread Street S Hill. Hand-coloured H ving. Sheet: 27 75 x 340mm wood engravi (1 10¾ x 13½''). £110 A portrait of a camel c with a ddescription off the animal beelow, the desccription includdes references to the Bible. Stock: 48578
Graphiic Illustratioons Of Anim mals, Sh hewing Their Utility Too Man, In Their Seervices Duriing Life Andd Uses Afterr Death. Pl. 8.. The Camell. 17 74.
171. Bona aparte's Carrriage. No.2 of Ackeermann's Repoository of Arts &c. Pub. Feby. 1 18166. Hand coloureed etching witth aquatint. Sh heet: 145 x 235mm (5¾ x 9¼''). Repaiired tear in bo ottom edge. £660 wing Napoleon Bonaparte'ss near-capture A scene show after the Batttle of Waterlooo; the French Emperor ridees away from thhe Prussian trooops that havee captured his carriage. Thee Prussian fielld marshal Geb bhard Leberecht voon Blucher, quuoted below th he image, presented thee carriage to thhe Prince Reg gent, who subsequentlyy sold it to William Bullock k, who made itt the centrepieece of a Napolleon exhibition n at his Egyptian Halll, Piccadilly. In 1842 it waas sold to Madame Tusssaud, who dissplayed for 80 0 years beforee it was completeely destroyed in a fire.
Designed D and Drawn D on Stonne by W Hawkins. Pu ublished by Thomas Varty, 31, Strand, London. L [n.d., c.1850.] ured lithograpph. Sheet: 315 5 x 440mm Fiine hand-colou (1 12½ x 17½''). Slight stainingg. £140 A central illustrration of a droomedary and a Bactrian caamels, surroun nded by eight vignette scenes of of their usses and produccts, including transport, porrtage and cllothing. Drawn D by Benjamin Waterhoouse Hawkinss (1807 ?1 1889), artist an nd sculptor off natural historry subjects. In n 1852 he was appointed dirrector of the fossil f deepartment at th he Crystal Pallace, where hee worked with w Richard Owen O on the faamous modelss of dinosaurs an nd other extincct lifeforms. Stock: 48546
Grap phic Illustraations Of An nimals, Shewing Th heir Utility To Man, In Their Services Du uring Life And A Uses Aft fter Death. Pl.2. Bull, C Cow and Caalf.
79. Fores'ss Series of th he Mothers. Pl. 4. Hen 17 And A Chicken ns. From thee Original Picture P by Mr. M J.F. Herrring Sen.r inn the possession of the Publishers.
Designed andd Drawn on Stone by W Haawkins. Published byy Thomas Vartty, 31, Strand, London. [n.dd., c.1850.] ½x Hand-coloured lithograph.. Sheet: 315 x 440mm (12½ £1440 17½''). Repaiired tears. A central illuustration of a bull, b cow and calf, surrounded bby eight vignette scenes of of o their uses aand products, inccluding transport, portage an nd clothing. Drawn by Beenjamin Waterhouse Hawkiins (1807 ?1889), artistt and sculptor of natural hisstory subjects.. In 1852 he w was appointed director of thee fossil department aat the Crystal Palace, P wheree he worked with Richardd Owen on thee famous modeels of dinosauurs and other exttinct lifeformss.
Paainted By J.F. Herring Sen. r. Engraved By B J. Harris. Lo ondon, Published May 19thh. 1854 By Meess.rs Fores, 41 1, Piccadilly. Coloured aquattint on steel. 3340 x 375mm (13½ x £180 4¾"). Trimmeed to plate at bbottom. 14 One O of nine plaates engraved bby Harris and d others for Fo ores' 'Motherss' series. Siltzeer: p.152. Stock: 49004
The G Giraffe_Cam melopardaliis Giraffa. Price ¾d. P Plain; 2d. Cooloured. 176.
Published Unnder the Direcction of the Co ommitttee of General Literrature and Eduucation, Appo ointed by the Society for P Promoting Chrristian Knowleedge. R. Clayy, Printer, Breaad Street Hill. Hand-coloured wood engrraving. Sheet: 340 x 275mm m £1440 (13½ x 10¾'''). A portrait off two giraffes with w a descrip ption of the w. animal below Stock: 48581
Foress's Series off the Motherrs. Pl. 8. Cow w and Calf. F From the Orriginal Pictu ure by Mr. J.F. Herrin ng Sen.r in the possessio on of the Publishers.. 177.
Painted By J.F. Herring Seen.r. Engraved d By J. Harris & 8 1855 By C. Quentery. London, Pubblished Nov.r 8th. Mess.rs Forees, 41, Piccadiilly. Coloured aquuatint on steell. 340 x 375mm m (13½ x 14¾"). Trimm med to plate at a bottom. £2440 One of nine pplates engraveed by Harris and a others for Fores' 'Motheers' series. Silltzer: p.152. Stock: 49005
Foress's Series off the Motherrs. Pl. 3. Ducck and Duckliings From the t Originall Picture by Mr. J.F. Heerring Sen.rr in the possession of thee Publishers.. 178.
Painted By J.F. Herring Seen.r. Engraved d By J. Harris & 8 1855 By C. Quentery. London, Pubblished Nov.r 8th. Mess.rs Forees, 41, Piccadiilly. Coloured aquuatint on steell. 340 x 375mm m (13½ x 14¾"). Trimm med to plate at a bottom. £2440 One of nine pplates engraveed by Harris and a others for Fores' 'Motheers' series. Silltzer: p.152. Stock: 49007
Fores'ss Series of thhe Mothers. Pl. 5. Sow an nd Pigs. Fro om the Origginal Picturee by Mr. J..F. Herring Sen.r in thee possession of the Publishers. 18 80.
Paainted By J.F. Herring Sen. r. Engraved By B J. Harris & C. Quentery. Lo ondon, Publisshed Nov.r 8th h. 1855 By Mess.rs M Fores, 41, Piccadillyy. Coloured aquattint on steel. 3340 x 375mm (13½ x £240 4¾"). Trimmeed to plate topp and bottom. 14 One O of nine plaates engraved bby Harris and d others for Fo ores' 'Motherss' series. Siltzeer: p.152. Stock: 49006
Graphiic Illustratioons Of Anim mals, Sh hewing Their Utility Too Man, In Their Seervices Duriing Life Andd Uses Afterr Death. The T Pig. 18 81.
Designed D and Drawn D on Stonne by W Hawkins. Lo ondon, Published by Thoma mas Varty, Adeelaide Street, Sttrand. [n.d., c.1850.] Hand H coloured lithograph, shheet 360 x 415 5mm. 14¼ x 16 6¼". Slight staaining. £220 A central illustrration of a sow w and piglets is surroundedd by y nine vignettee scenes depiccting the comm mercial uses an nd relationship p to man of thhe pig, in life and a death (eeach captioned d). Pllate to 'Graphiic Illustrationss Of Animals', illustrated by y Benjamin Waterhouse W Haawkins (1807 - ?1889), arrtist and sculptor of natural history subjeccts. In 1852 hee was appointeed director off the fossil dep partment at th he Crystal Palaace, where he worked with Richard Owen O on the faamous modelss of dinosaurs and other ex xtinct lifeform ms. Numbered N 'Pl. 11' upper righht. Stock: 48544
Grap phic Illustraations Of An nimals, Shewing Th heir Utility To Man, In Their Services Du uring Life And A Uses Aft fter Death. The Sheep.. 182.
[London, Thomas Varty, n.d., n c.1850.] 4 (14¼ x Hand coloureed lithograph.. Sheet 360 x 415mm 16¼"). Slighht staining. £2440 A central illuustration of a ram, r ewe and lamb is surrounded bby ten vignettee scenes depiccting the commercial uuses and relatiionship to man of the animaal, in life and deeath (each capptioned). From 'Graphhic Illustrations Of Animals'', illustrated byy Benjamin Waterhouse Haw wkins (1807 - ?1889), artistt was and sculptor of natural history subjects. In 1852 he w f department at the appointed dirrector of the fossil Crystal Palacce, where he worked w with Richard R Owenn on the famouus models of dinosaurs d and other extinct lifeforms. Stock: 48545
Grap phic Illustraations Of An nimals, Shewing Th heir Utility To Man, In Their Services Du uring Life And A Uses Aft fter Death. Pl.9. The R Rein Deer. 183.
Designed andd Drawn on Stone by W Haawkins. Published byy Thomas Vartty, 31, Strand, London. [n.dd., c.1850.] ½x Hand-coloured lithograph.. Sheet: 315 x 440mm (12½ £1440 17½''). Creassing and markking. A central illuustration of a reindeer r surrounded by eighht vignette scennes of of its usses and produccts, including transport, porrtage and clotthing. Drawn by Beenjamin Waterhouse Hawkiins (1807 ?1889), artistt and sculptor of natural hisstory subjects.. In 1852 he w was appointed director of thee fossil department aat the Crystal Palace, P wheree he worked with Richardd Owen on thee famous modeels of dinosauurs and other exttinct lifeformss. Stock: 48563
The O Ostrich._Strruthio Cameelus. Price ¾d. Plain; 2d. Coloureed. 184.
Published Unnder the Direcction of the Co ommitttee of General Literrature and Eduucation, Appo ointed by the Society for P Promoting Chrristian Knowleedge. R. Clayy, Printer, Breaad Street Hill. Hand-coloured wood engrraving. Sheet: 340 x 275mm m £995 (13½ x 10¾''').
A portrait of an n ostrich with a description of the bird beelow. Stock: 48579
The Peregrine Falccon_Falco peregrinus. p Price ¾d. Pla ain; 2d. Colooured. 18 85.
Pu ublished Undeer the Directioon of the Com mmitttee of General G Literature and Educaation, Appoin nted by the So ociety for Promoting Christtian Knowledg ge. R. Clay, Prrinter, Bread Street S Hill. Hand-coloured H ving. Sheet: 34 40 x 275mm wood engravi (1 13½ x 10¾''). £130 A portrait of a Peregrine P Falccon with a desscription of th he bird below. Stock: 48580
18 86. The To obacconist. G.E. G Madeley, lith. Wellingto ton, St. Strand d. London, Pu ub.d by T.McL Lean, 26 Haym ymarket, 1st May M 1830. Hand-coloured H lithograph. Shheet: 210 x 15 50mm (8¼ x 6''). Trimmed. Repaired tearr top right. £160 An A assemblage print showingg a tobacconisst made up off ciigars, tins, box xes and other eelements invo olved in the prroduction and consumptionn of tobacco. The T to obacconist sitss at a table smo moking from a pipe. Stock: 48771
18 87. Cross Readings. R E.S. Hall. Printed & sold by W. Jeffrey 7 Geo:e G Y.d ombard St. [n.d., c.1840.] Lo Rare fine hand--coloured lithoograph. Sheett: 275 x 22 20mm (11 x 8¾''). £230 A satirical printt showing brooadsides pasted on a fence, th hough the broaadsides are noot connected th hey seems to ru un into each otther in a comiical fashion, fo or example 'L Lost: A Lady's Memorandum m Book contaaining among otther things''Ab bout 1 ton & H Half Wrought Iron'; 'the Company's Eng gines now runnning on the Birmingham B Railway'; The Colosseum, C 'V Vauxhall Ducrrow's vaaluable Stud of o Horses'. Stock: 48908
18 88. Cross Readings. R (P Price Sixpen nce). Prrinted and sold d by W. Jeffreey 7 Geo:e Y.d Lombard Stt. [n.d., c.1840 0.] Rare hand-colo oured lithograpph. Sheet: 230 0 x 290mm (9 x 11½''). Stainin ng at edges. £360 A satirical printt showing brooadsides pasted on a fence, th hough the broaadsides are noot connected th hey seems to ru un into each otther in a comiical fashion, fo or example 'N N.B. Shortly will w be exhibiteed for Public inspection i thee arrms, legs &c''o of Mrs. Honeyy who has kin ndly co onsented to''Rise Rapidly''N No charge for inspection'. i Other O referencees are made too ballooning, performances p att Covent Gard den, steam shipps, Jim Crow,, punishment, tig gers and kangaroos. For annother version see 32271. Stock: 48938
Princce Albert's Stock; S or, th he Royal Fashion forr 1843, whicch is to Conttinue for thee Succeedingg Ten Years.. 189.
London Publlished by Willliam Spooner 377 Strand. Printed for W W. Kohler. Coloured lithhograph with overlay. o Sheett: 345 x 255m mm (13½ x 10''). Flap damagedd and laid on album sheet. £2440 A stockk or A transformaation print shoowing Prince Albert's neckcloth, onnce the flaps are a lifted Princce Albert and Queen Victoria's children the Princess Royal, R Prince P Alicee are revealed.. Edward and tthe newborn Princess Stock: 48939
[A naaval battle by b moonligh ht, probably the Battle oof the Nile.] 190.
[n.d., c.1835]]. Transparencyy with watercoolour to verso o, hand colourred lithograph. T Tipped into carrd mount with h tissue backinng, framed, glazeed both sides. Image 135 x 185mm. 5¼ x 7¼". Hole inn tissue inside moon. Unexaamined out of frame. £1880 N famo ous victory at Probably illuustrates Lord Nelson's the Battle of the Nile or Abboukir Bay (A August 1-2, ng backgroundd 1798), the Frrench ship l'Orrient explodin left. Sailors aare rescued froom floating wreckage w in thee foreground. E Ex: Collectionn of The Hon. C. LennoxBoyd. Stock: 48995
[T. A Arnold, D.D.. Head Mastter of Rugbyy School &c. &c.] 191.
Painted by T Thos. Phillips, R.A. Engraveed by Henry Cousins. Pubblished by J. Ryman, R Oxford, May 29th. 1840. Plate: 500 x 3775mm (19¾ x 15'') very largge Mezzotint. P £1660 margins. A three-quarrter length porrtrait of Dr Thomas Arnold (1795-1842) who was Heaadmaster of Ru ugby School C of Hon. H from 1828 annd 1841. Ex: Collection Christopher L Lennox-Boydd. Stock: 48540
Isaaccus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris Colll. S. S. Trini. Cantab. Prræfec. Nec. Non Acad. Eiusdem Prrocanc. ao. 1676. 1 192.
D. Loggan add Vivam delinn. Bernigeroth h sc. [n.d., c.1690.] Sheet: 175 x 1225mm (7 x 5'''). Trimmed. Engraving. S £2220 A portrait off academic andd mathematiciian Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) who was master off Trinity mbridge and was w famed for "Calculus". W W. College, Cam 183.3. Stock: 48727
19 93. Thoma as Gregory, 772 Years off Age. 51 Years Y Schooll master, Parrish Clerk, Sexton, &c. Toddington, T Beds. 1814. Rowle sculp. A very rare aqu uatint. Plate: 3310 x 235mm (12 x 9¼''). Th hread marginss. £260 A portrait of school teacher T Thomas Grego ory shown with w a spade in a graveyard. Stock: 48794
19 94. Albertu us Haller. M Med. et Phil. D. Regis Magn. M Brit. et e Elect. Bruunsvic. Luneeburg. Consiliarius C auclicus, a et A Archiater, Medicinae, M Anatomes, A Chirurgiae ett Botanices P.P.O. P Soc. Reg. R An.. glicc. et Suce. Sood. Nat. 16. Octob. MDCCVIII. M C.N. Eberlein pinx. p Ioh. Iacoob. Haid excud d. Aug. Vind. n.d., c.1750.] [n Mezzotint. M Sheet: 315 x 195m mm (12½ x 7¾ ¾''). Trrimmed. £240 A portrait of Sw wiss anatomistt Albrect von Haller (1 1708-1777) co onsidered the ffather of modern ph hysiology. W. 1279-1. Stock: 48766
19 95. [Edwar rd Craven H Hawtrey.] [n n.d., c.1840.] £75 Sttipple. Sheet: 180 x 205mm m (7 x 8¼''). A portrait of Ed dward Cravenn Hawtrey (1789-1862) who w was headm master of Etonn College and then its prrovost from 18 852. On accoount of his com mmand of laanguages he was w known as ""the English Mezzo M Fanti". Stock: 48562
19 96. Thoma as Hobbes. N Né a Malmeesburi, le 5 Avril A 1588. Mort M à Harddervick le 4 Décembre D 16 679. [n n.d., c.1750.]
Engraving. P Plate: 200 x 1330mm (8 x 5'')). Trimmed too plate on top eedge. Large margins m on 3 sides. s £885 A French porrtrait of English philosopheer Thomas Hobbes (15888-1679) who is often considered one of ophy. the founders of modern poolitical philoso Stock: 48717
197. [John n Neville Keeynes.] [After G.F. K Kelly.] [1927.]] Photogravuree, printed on india i paper an nd list of subscribers. P Plate: 170 x 160mm (6¾ x 6¼''). £775 A portrait off economist Joohn Neville Keeynes (1852was the father of o economist John Maynardd 1849) who w Keynes (1883-1946). The portrait is acccompanied byy a ortrait of Dr list of subscrribers who hellped fund a po Keynes by G G.F. Kelly for the t Hall of Peembroke College Cam mbridge. Stock: 49059
Georrge Louis le Clerc, Com mte de Buffon n. Intendant d du Jardin rooyal des Plantes... 198.
Drouais pinxx. 1761. J. Houubraken sc. 17 774. J. H. Schneider exxecuté avec Prrivilege. Engraving. S Sheet: 255 x 200mm (10 x 8''). 8 Trimmed to platemark £1110 A half-lengthh portrait of French novelistt, mathematiciaan and cosmologist George Louis Le Cleerc (1707-1788).. Stock: 49122
Celeb berrimorum m Vivorum, Qui De Re Nummariaa Scripsere, Verae V Effigiies. 199.
[Engraved byy Anthony vann Zijlvelt.] [n..d., c.1670.] Engraving. S Sheet: 300 x 170mm (11¾ x 6¾''). £1660 A group porttrait of variouss Renaissancee thinkers whicch are identifiedd by a key beloow. Stock: 49067
01. Guiliem mus Salmonn Medicinæ Professor P 20 Ætatis Æ Suæ 26 2 Anno. 16770. You seee his form an nd years; bu ut if you wouuld views hiis just So oule... W. W Sherwin ad vitam sculpt. [1670.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 140 x 85m mm (5½ x 3½'''). Trimmed. £140 A portrait of medical practitiioner William Salmon (1 1644-1713), frrontispiece to 'Synopsis Meedciniæ' (1 1671) and 'Pollygraphice, or, r, The Arts of Drawing, D En ngraving...' (1673). W 25888-1. Stock: 49101
20 02. Adam Smith. S Bosselman sc. Imp. I de Drouaart. [n.d., c.18 800.] ngraving. Sheeet: 255 x 170m mm (10 x 6¾''). En £120 A half-length profile portraitt of Scottish ecconomist and ph hilosopher Ad dam Smith (17723-1790) a leeader of the Sccottish Enligh htenment. Stock: 48720
20 03. [Giacom mo Barozzi..] Regolo Delli Cinque Ordini O d'Arcchitettura dii M. Iacomo Barozzio da a Vignola Libero Primoo et Origina ale. Sii Stampa in Roma da Gio. B Batta de Rossii Milanese in Piiazza Nauona.. [n.d., c.16655.] Rare engraving g. Plate: 370 x 215mm (14½ ½ x 8½'') largee margins. m £320 A portrait of Giiacomo Barozzzi da Vignolaa (150715 573), author of o The Five Orrders of Archiicture, one of th he most important architectuural treatises which w helped fo ormulate the canon of archittctural study. This en ngraving serveed as the fronttispiece to The Five Orderss off Architecture. Stock: 48987
20 04. [Jacques-Louis] Daavid. Hesse. H Navez Pixit. P Imp. lithh. de Villain. [n.d., c.1840.] Tiinted lithograp ph. Printed areea 285 x 245m mm (11¼ x 9¾ ¾"). Publisherr's collector's sstamp. £160 A head-and-sho oulders portaitt of the artist JacquesJ Lo ouis David (1748-1825) byy his former pu upil Henri Jo oseph Hesse (1781-1844) Stock: 48599
20 05. Paulus de Vos Picttor Venation num Antwerpiæ. A Ant. A van Dyck pinxit et fecitt aquaforti. S. a Bolswert Scculpsit. [c.164 40, but later im mpression.] Ettching, 18th century waterm mark. Plate: 23 30 x 150mm (9 9 x 6'') very larrge margins. £95 A portrait of arttists Paul de V Vos (1596-167 78). H: p.173 Stock: 48565
Rylan nd a Dissentting Ministeer & School Master at E Enfield Middlesex. 200.
JN del. Pub. by S. & E. Haarding Pall Mall. [n.d., c.1800.] mm (9 x 6'') larrge margins. Stipple. Platee: 230 x 150m £550 A portrait off Baptist minisster and teacheer John Rylannd (1723-1792) shown readinng at a table. Stock: 49133
20 06. Gerard d Edelinck N Natif d'Anveers, Graveur G ord..re du Roy, C Con.er danss son Academie A Ro oyale, mort lle 2. Avril 1707. To ortebat pinxit.. N. Edelinck Sculpsit. A Paris chez l'A Auteur rue S.tt Jacques vis a vis S.t Yves. [n.d., c.1710.] ngraving. Sheeet: 370 x 260m mm (14½ x 10¼''). En Trrimmed within n plate. Damaage in top left corner. £190
A half-lengthh portrait of enngraver Gerarrd Edelinck (1640-1707) engraved by his h son Nicolaas. Stock: 48745
Mich hael Angeluss Bonarotus Patritius Florentinuss An Agens LXXIII. Nu uova et Ultima Agggiunta delle Porte d'Arcchitettura dii Michel Anggelo Buonarroti Fioretin no Scultore eet Architetto Eccellmo. 207.
Pietro Marchhetti. [n.d., c.1621.] Engraving, 17th century watermark. w Plaate: 355 x 220mm (14 x 8¾'') very laarge margins. £3550 The frontispiiece to Giovannni Montana'ss 'Nuova et Ultima Aggiuunta delle Porrte di Architetttura di Michelangeloo...' publishedd by Pietro Maarchetti in 16221. Stock: 49094
Mich hael Angeluss Bonarotus Patritus Florentinuss Anagens LXXIII. L The New and Last Additiion of Ports of Architeccture of Michael An ngelo Buonaaroti The mo ost excelent Florentine Painter Scu ulptor and Architect. A 208.
Engraving, 17th century watermark. w Plaate: 355 x 215mm (14 x 8½''). Creasiing. £3550 The frontispiiece to the Engglish edition of o Giovanni Montana's 'N Nuova et Ultim ma Aggiunta delle d Porte di Architettura di Michelangeelo...' Stock: 49093
Ioann nes Baptistaa Montana Mediolanens M sis Sculptor Liignarius Aetatis LXXX XVII Obiit Romae An..o 1621. 209.
Hitroni David Sculpsit. [16621.] w Plaate: 265 x Engraving, 17th century watermark. ½ x 7''). £2440 175mm (10½ A portrait off architect Giovvanni Battistaa Montano ording the (1534-1621) who was impportant in reco me. From Gio orgio Vasari's antique archiitecture of Rom 'Lives of the Artists'. Stock: 49092
[Rub bens with hiss Wife and Child. C From m the Collectiion of His Grace G the Du uke of Marlborou ugh at Blenh heim.] 210.
[S.r Peter Pauul Rubens pinnx.t. J.s M.cArrdell fecit.] [n.d., c.1750.] UNRECORDE ED PLATE, prroof before alll Mezzotint, U letters, uncleeaned title areaa. Sheet 495 x 365mm (19½ ½ mmed close too plate on platte on three siddes x 14½"). Trim and into blannk inscription at bottom. £6550 A self-portraait of Rubens in i an ornamen ntal garden wit ith his second w wife Hélène Foourment and th heir unnamed young son, a parrot in the rosebush behiind. The painting, form merly in the collection of Baron B Alphonsse de Rothschildd, is now in thhe Metropolitaan Museum, New York.
An A unrecorded plate of McA Ardell's mezzotint, a very cllose copy but with w some notticeable differrences: for ex xample a greater number off bands around d Hélène's cu uff; Rubens' fiinger does nott extend as farr out from the heedge; and the caryatid has a different exp pression. The British Museum m has a publish shed example 1902,1011.337 79), describedd as the same as a CS 159. (1 Seee CS 159, i off ii. Goodwin:: 121 Variantt. Stock: 48871
21 11. Cav. Fr rancesco. Viierira Lusitano. Siim. Watts sculp. 1775. CR. edidit. Rare stipple, prrinted in sanguuine. Sheet: 24 40 x 170mm (9 9½ x 6¾''). Triimmed. £140 A portrait of Po ortuguese courrt painted Fran ncisco de Matos M Viera (1 1699-1785) affter Joaquin Manuel M da Rocha. Stock: 48793
21 12. J.M. Ba arrie. Su upplement to The Bookmann, Christmas, 1905. Photo by y G.C. Beresfo ford, Yeoman'ss Row. W. Th he Cranford Prress, Wealdsto one. Ph hotogravure. Sheet: S 330 x 2210mm (12½ x 8¼''). £70 A portrait of Sccottish novelisst James Matth hew Barrie (1 1860-1937), beest known forr writing 'Peter Pan'. Stock: 48958
21 13. The Efffigis of Fran ncis Bugg off Mildenhall M th he 60th Yearr of His Agee 1700. I magnifie m min ne Office, If bby any mea ans... F.. H. van Hovee. sculp. [R. Jaaneway & J. Robinson R 17 700.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 140 x 85m mm (5½ x 3¼'''). Trimmed an nd laid on albu um sheet. £140 A portrait of Frrancis Bugg (11740-1727) which w served ass frontispiece to 'The Pilgrim m's Progress from f Quakerism Q to Christianity' C 17700. Francis Bugg B became a Quaker while a young mann but converted d back to
Christianity aand wrote sevveral books arg guing against Quakerism.
in n 'L'Artiste' maagazine 1888 with Charles Dicken's faacsimilie signaature below.
The P Pourtraicture of the Learned Mr. William Caamden Aliass Clarentiuss. Whilst thiis Isle of Greaat Britain keeepes ye nam me Camden ns Brittania sh hall Improvve his Fame.
[Robert Whitte.] [1674.] Engraving. S Sheet: 140 x 90mm (5½ x 3½''). Trimmedd and laid on aalbum sheet. £1660 A half-lengthh portrait of anntiquarian, hisstorian and topographer William Cam mden (1551-1623) Stock: 48782
Quid non mortaliaa pectora cog gis, Auri sa acra fames? Virgil. Georg. G Vertue del. d & sculps. [n.d., c.1733.] En ngraving. Platte: 255 x 175m mm (10 x 7''). Small margins. m £160 A portrait of miinister and hisstorian David Durand (1 1680-1763) sh hown writing iin a large book k supported on n the shoulderrs of Father Tiime while in the t corner th hree cherubs su upport a doubble portrait of George II an nd Queen Caro oline. Stock: 48735
Derm mody. Sketcched by Rob b.t Ker Porteer from a pain nting by Mrr. C. Allingh ham. 215.
Fittler Aqua forte. Publihssed Dec.r 1. 18 805. by W. Miller, Alberrmarle Street. Engraving. P Plate: 190 x 1220mm (7½ x 4¾''). 4 Thread margins. £775 dy (1775-18022) A portrait off Irish poet Thoomas Dermod ham. who died youung from drinnk near Lewish Stock: 48394
216. [Cha arles Dickens.] [François Coorboin after Joohn & Charles Watkins.] [1888.] Etching on chhine collé. Prooof before title. Plate: 170 x 120mm (6¾ x 4¾'') large margins. m £665 d social A profile porrtrait of Victorrian writer and comentator C Charles Dickenns (1812-1870 0). Published in 'L'Artiste' maagazine 1888. Stock: 48724
Charrles Dickenss. Reproducction d'un dessin á la plume fait par p le Comte d'Orsay en n 1845. 217.
Theodore Joyyeuse 1885 D'après A. D'Orsay. Théodorre Joyeuse, sc. L Le Livre. VIIee Annee. Imp. A. Quentin. Etching. Platte: 205 x 160m mm (8 x 6¼'') very large margins. Foxxing. £885 A profile porrtrait of Victorrian writer and d social comentator C Charles Dickenns (1812-1870 0). Stock: 48722
Charrles Dickenss à 18 ans, (D Dessin d'un anonyme). 218.
Théodore Joyyeuse, sc. Le Livre. L VIIe Annee. Imp. A.. Quentin. [1885.] mm (9½ x 6¾''') large Etching. Platte: 245 x 170m margins. £665 y old Charles Dickens A portrait off an eighteen year own artist. (1812-1870) after a portraiit by an unkno Stock: 48725
219. [Cha arles Dickens.] [François Coorboin after Joohn & Charles Watkins.] [1888.] mm (6¾ x 4¾''') very large Etching. Platte: 170 x 120m margins. £880 d social A profile porrtrait of Victorrian writer and commentatorr Charles Dickkens (1812-18 870). Publisheed
22 21. George e Eliot. [A After Sir Fredeerick Buaton] Supplement to t The Bookman, Chriistmas, 1905. PPhoto by G.C C. Beresford, Yeoman's Y Row. W. The Crannford Press, Wealdstone. W Ph hotogravure. Sheet: S 330 x 2210mm (12½ x 8¼''). £60 A portrait of au uthor Mary Annne Evans (18 819-1880), kn nown by her nom n de plumee George Eliott. Stock: 48959
22 22. Mr. Gr ray. Ettch'd by W Do oughty, from aan Original Drawing. D [n.d.,, c.1778.] m (6 x 4''). Sm mall margins. Ettching. Plate: 155 x 100mm £120 Th homas Gray (1716 - 1771),, poet, classicaal scholar and leetter writer. Wolfe W is said too have remarkeed that he would w rather haave been the aauthor of Gray y's 'Elegy in a Country Church hyard' than takke Quebec. Stock: 49076
223. Victo or Hugo. Lith. de Delppech. [n.d., c.11840.] Lithograph. S Sheet: 255 x 170mm 1 (10 x 6¾''). £665 A portrait off French poet, novelist Victo or Hugo (180221885).
b all letteers. Plate: 315 x 240mm Sttipple, proof before (1 12¼ x 9½''). Laid L on album sheet at edges, foxing. Sm mall margins. £150 A profile view of a bust of pooet and writerr Alexander Po ope (1688 - 17 744).
224. Victo or Hugo. H.D.T. Mai 11848. Montreuuil [?] Fine pencil ssketch. Sheet 160 1 x 150mm (6¼ x 5¾"). a paper. Corners snippped, laid on album £6550 A portrait off French poet and a novelist Victor V Hugo b Harriet (1802-1885) in middle agee, beardless, by Nightingale.
The R Rev. James Hurdis, D.D D. Late Fellow of M Magdalen Coollege and Professor P of Poetry in th he Universitty of Oxford d. 225.
J.H. Hurdis F Fa: in aqua forrte etc: 1842 Newick N Susseex. J.H. AB. Colll: Mag. An. Aet. A 21 Sharples delin. London 17844. [1842.] Rare etching, printed on chhine collé. Plaate: 380 x 305mm (15 x 12''). £2330 A half-lengthh, profile portrrait of poet an nd clergyman James Hurdiss (1763-1801)) etched by his son James Henry Hurdis (1800-1857)) after a drawiing done in Hurdis was 21. 1784 when H
Antoine Francois P Prevost, Aum mônier de S..A. Mgr. le Prince P de Coonte. deessiné à Paris d'apres naturee et Gravé à Berlin B par G.F. G Schmidt Graveur G dy Rooy en 1745. En ngraving. Platte: 230 x 175m mm (9 x 7''). Large L margins m on 3 siides. £140 A portrait of Frrench novelistt and author Antoine A Frrançois Prévost d'Exiles (16697-1763), alsso known as Abbé A Prévost. Stock: 49121
23 30. Franciss Quarles. [n n.d., c.1700.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 95 x 60mm m (3¾ x 2¼''). Trimmed an nd paper tone. £95 A half-length portrait of Engglish poet Fran ncis Quarles (1 1592-1644). Stock: 49097
John n Milton. I dedicate d thiss first adequate p portrait of Milton M to J. F. F March Esq.re Harrdwick Housse Chepstow w as author oof the authoriitative treatiise on Milton's portraitts. Resting graatefully, Aleexander B. Grosart. G 226.
Engraved byy W. J. Alais, after a Faithornee, 1670. Privaate oofs. 50 Printss. Plate. 18 Arttist's Proofs. 32 Lettered Pro Mezzotint, prrinted on chinne collé. Plate: 370 x 295mm m (14½ x 11½'''). Trimmed too plate; margins tatty. £1660 A portrait off poet John Miilton (1608-16 674). Stock: 48775
Alexaander Pope.. From the fine f Originaal Bust by Ryysbrack, in the t Possessio on of W.m Seward Esq q.r. 227.
Drawn by J. Brown. Engraaved by M.no Bovi, Pupil too y Mrs. Brown,, at F. Bartolozzii R.A. Londonn Publish'd by Mr Middletoon's No. 162 Strand, Feb.y 1788. 1 Stipple. Platee: 360 x 285m mm (14 x 11¼''') large margins. Creeasing and marrking. £995 A profile vieew of a bust off poet and writer Alexanderr Pope (1688 - 1744). Stock: 49045
[Alexxander Popee.] [From th he fine Original Bu ust by Rysbrack, in the Possession of W.m Sewarrd Esq.r.] 228.
[Drawn by J.. Brown. Engrraved by M.no o Bovi, Pupil tto F. Bartolozzii R.A.] [Londoon Publish'd by b Mrs. Brownn, at Mr Middleeton's No. 1622 Strand, Feb.y y 1788.]
[Jean Jacques J Rouusseau. Vita am Im mpendere Vero. V From aan Original Picture by Mr M Ramsay, in the Posseession of David Hume Esq.r.] E 23 31.
A. A Ramsay Pinx x.t. D. Martinn Fecit 1766. Rare & fine pro oof before titlee. 395 x 280m mm (15½ x 11 1") very large margins. £850 Half-length H porrtrait of the phhilosopher Jeaan-Jacques Rousseau weariing fur hat andd fur-lined coat, the Armenian A costu ume he wore w when he fled his h native Sw witzerland to settle in Pariss. This portraitt was painted
during his staay in Englandd (January 176 66 to May 1767). A rare print: Chaloner Smith quotes alettter by a 'Mrs Delany' in whhich she writees ''I have searrched the townn over, and thee Duchess of Portland P has employed all hher emissaries inn vain to get a print of Roussseau, after Ramsay''. Chhaloner Smith was not a fan n of Rosseau: writing he wrrote ''plays annd novels'' and d ''published other works oof a quasi phillosophical chaaracter". CS 77. I of II. Not in Wellcome.
36. Carolus Stuart de II.de Koniin nck van 23 Engeland, E Scotland en Y Yrland. C. Hagen sculp p. [n.d., c.16855.] ngraving. Sheeet: 200 x 155m En mm (8 x 6''). Trimmed. £190 A portrait of Ch harles II (16300-1685) who was w crowned in n 1660 followiing the Restorration of the monarchy. m Charles II is shown three-quaater length in armour a baattle is taking place in the bbackground. Stock: 48876
Edmund Spenser. From the Original Picture at B Bretby Park k. To the Co ounty of Chesterfielld I dedicatee this Engraving of the ''Poet of Pooets'' very reespectfully and a gratefully A Alexander B. B Grosart. 232.
Engraved byy W. J. Alais. Printed P by MccQueen. Privaate B Noo. Plate engraveed for Rev. A. B. Grosart Blackburn. of Impressionns. 18 Artist'ss Proofs. 32 Leettered Pr. 50 Prints. Plate: 370 x 2995mm (14½ x 11½'). Small Mezzotint. P £2220 margins. p Edmund Spenser (15533A portrait off Elisabethan poet a of 1599) who iss most well knnown for his allegory Elizabeth I's rule 'The Faerrie Queene'.
Carolus everso misssus succurttere seclo. Iff they who fllew the Monnsters of thee Age... 23 37.
Fo or Edward Vizze at ye Bishoops Head overr against the Royal Exchang ge in Cornhil. [n.d., c.1684.]] Rare engraving g. Sheet: 170 x 100mm (6¾ x 4''). Trrimmed and laaid on album ssheet. £180 A satirical printt showing Chaarles II standin ng upon a monster m with th he three headss of a Jesuit, Turk T and Prresbyterian wh hile Victory hhands a sword to the King. Frrom Edward Petitt's P 'Visionns of the Goveernment' 16 684. BM Satirre 1130. Stock: 49131
Williiam Winstan nley Ætat: 39. 3 1667. Leet others drin nke of Nectaar; boast of Bayes... B 233.
 Sheet: 165 x 100mm (6 x 4'''). Trimmed. Engraving. S £1440 A portrait off poet and bioggrapher Williaam Winstanleyy M (1628-1667),, the frontispieece to 'Royal Martyrology' 1667. Stock: 49099
Annee Stuard Reiine DAngletterre Fille d e Jacque 2 E Epouse du P.. George de Danemark Elue Reine en 1701. 234.
Garve par E. Desrochers et e se vent chezz lui a Paris ruue S. Jacquesauu. [n.d., c.17100.] Engraving. P Plate: 150 x 1005mm (6 x 4'')) very large margins. £1110 A French porrtrait of Queenn Anne (1665-1714) who became queeen in 1701 folllowing the deaath of her brother-in-law w William IIII. Stock: 48738
[Charlees II.] [T]hee Explanatio on of the Embleme. E
Annaa Bulen Reggina Angliæ Elizabethæ Reginæ. N Nata Ano. 15501 Nupsit Ano. A 1532 Nov. 14. Elliz. Filiam peperit Ano. 1533 Sept. 77. Capite plexxa An.o 15366 May 19.
Guil. G Marshall Sculpsit. [n.d.., c.1649.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 270 x 160m mm (10½ x 6¼''). Trrimmed and laaid on album ssheet. Damag ged. £140 A scene showin ng Charles II kkneeling, hold ding a crown off thorns. A ray y of light beam ms down from m the crown off martyrdom, m and d one ray beam ms down from m the clouds £95 on n the left. Fron ntispiece to 'E Eikon Basilikee: The po ourtraicture off His Sacred M Majestie in hiss solitudes an nd sufferings'aan engraved exxplanation in two columns off verse. 1649 BM B Satires 7446.
[After Hans H Holbein.] [n.dd., c.1740.] Engraving. S Sheet: 160 x 1220mm (6¼ x 4¾''). 4 Trimmeed. A portrait off Anne Boleynn (1501-1536), second wife of o Henry VIII, sshown in an oval Stock: 48736
Caroolus II Dei Gratia G Angliae Scotiae Francia et Hiberniae Rex R &c. 239.
Printed & Soold by John Gaarrett at his sh hop, at ye Souuth entrance of yye Royall Exchhange in Corn nhill, goeing uup ye stayres. [nn.d., c.1680, laater impressio on.] Engraving, 17th century watermark. w Sheeet: 285 x ¼ x 8''). Trimm med. 200mm (11¼ £2000 An equestrian an portrait of Charles C II (163 30-1685) whoo was restored to the throne in 1660. Stock: 48780
24 43. Queen Elizabeth, F Founder of Jesus J College C from the Picturee in the Bodlleain Gallery. G Lo ondon. Pub.d for R. Ackerm mann's History y of Oxford, att 101 Strand. Hand-coloured H engraving. Pllate: 300 x 250mm (11¾ x 9¾ ¾''). Staining on left edge. Small margin ns. £140 A portrait of Qu ueen Elizabethh I from Ackeermann's History H of Oxfo ord. Stock: 48785
24 44. Elisabe eta D. G. Anngliæ. Francciæ & Hiberniæ H Regina. [n n.d., c.1660.] En ngraving. Platte: 155 x 90m mm (6 x 3½''). Small margins. m £160 A half-length portrait of Elizzabeth I (1533-1603) set in an n oval with a decorative d borrder. Stock: 48734
24 45. Elizabe eth, Koningiin van Engeelandt en Yrland Y etc. Tom: T I. N.o118.
His S Serene Highness Prince Leopold of Saxe Coburrg. K.G. K.G G.C.B. &c. &c. & &c. froom a Picture in n the Possession of Her Royal Highness th he Princess Charlotte. [&] [ Her Royal High hness the Prrincess Charrlotte of Saxxe Coburg, &c. &c. &c. from fr a Picture in the Possession of His Seren ne Highnesss Prince Leopold. 240.
Painted by G Geo. Dance Esq.r R.A. Engrraved by Henrr.y Dawe [&] Enngraved by H..y Dawe & T. Hodgetts. London: Pubb.d July 1. 18117 by Mr Daw we, 22 Newmaan Street. [&] L London: Publisshed Jan. 12th h 1818 by Mr Dawe, 22, Newman Streett. m (23½ x 17¼ ¼"). Pair of mezzootints. Sheets 595 x 440mm Each plate w with a repaired tear. £4000 Portraits of P Princess Charllotte (1796-18 817), the only child of the ffuture king Geeorge IV and Caroline C of Brunswick annd her husbannd Leopold I (1790-1865), ( King of the B Belgians, in unniform with th he order of thee Golden Fleecce.
[n n.d., c.1679.] En ngraving, 17th h century wateermark. Plate: 265 x 18 80mm (10½ x 7''). £190 A half-length portrait of Elizzabeth I (1533-1603) set in an n oval. An illu ustration to Boor's 'Nederland dtsche Oorlogen' O 1679 9. Stock: 48877
Regina a Elizabetha Juris ac Lib bertatus Populi Sui Seemper Conseervatrix; et Afflictorum A qua q Patet Euuropa Vindex. Nata Grenvici G 1533 3. Sep.t 7. SSorori Successit in Regno R 1558. Nov. N 17. Obbÿt 160 2/3 Mar. M 24 Anno A Ætatis 70. 24 46.
F.. Hillyard Pinx x. m. J. Simonn fecit. Printed d & Sold by Th ho: Glass next the Exchangge Stairs in Co ornhill Lo ondon cum prrivilego Reg. [[n.d., c.1725.]] Mezzotint. M Platte: 360 x 255m mm (14 x 10'')) very large margins. m Creasiing top left annd staining. £160 A portrait of Ellizabeth I (15333-1603) show wn in an oval. CS C 54.
241. Elisa abetta del Leeti. Parte Seeconde. [Italian, n.d.,, 1693.] Engraving. P Plate: 135 x 800mm (5¼ x 3'''). £1440 A portrait off Tudor queen Elizabeth I (1 1533-1603) shown sittingg on her thronne with two maale figures behind her, aan illustration from 'Historiaa o vera vita ddi Elisabetta...' 1693. Part of a diagram on verso.
24 47. [Elizab beth I.] [S Simon de Passse after Isaac O Oliver.] S. Passse [in reeverse.] [n.d., c.1620.] A rare engravin ng. Plate: 60 x 50mm (2¼ x 2''). £260 A portrait of Tu udor queen Ellizabeth I (153 33-1603), prrinted from a medal m engraviing.
[Elizaabeth I.] Ellisabetta dun nque dopo haver...
His Roy yal Highnesss the Duke of York. From a Draw wing by Geo.. Atkinson profilist p to His H Majesty and a the Royyal Family.
[n.d., c.1690.] Plate: 190 x 1115mm (7½ x 4½''). 4 Stain onn Engraving. P left. £1880 1533-1603), ann A portrait off Tudor queen Elizabeth I (1 G Leti. illustration frrom 'Teatro Belgico...' by Gregorio Stock: 48732
Th he Portrait eng graved by E. SScriven Historical En ngraver to Hiss Majesty. Pubblished 20th April, A 1825. by y G. Atkinson n, Brighton. Rare coloured aquatint. a Platee: 400 x 290m mm (15¾ x 11 1½'') very larg ge margins. £360
A portrait off H.R.H.Frederrick Augustuss Duke of Yorrk G III, & Albany (1763-1827), seecond son of George G Parade. shown walkinng in Horse Guards Stock: 48802
Hail,, Liberty, wh hose all prop pitious Swayy Sov'reigns and Subjectts should aliike obey, Foster'd byy Thee shall Concord sm mile again, and Vict'ryy follow in th hy happy Trrain. 249.
[After Thom mas Stothard.] Engraving. E Sh heet: 195 x 110mm (7¾ x 4¼''). mm (7¾ x 4¼ ¼'') Trimmed. Enngraving. Sheeet: 195 x 110m very large maargins. £550 An allegoricaal print celebrrating the reco overy of Georgge III. The figurre of Liberty hands h the King g, who standss from his throone, a sceptre while the figu ures of Victoryy, a cherub, lionn and a lawyeer stand behind d her. Stock: 48737
Gèorrge III. de Brunswich Roi R d.y Anglettere.. [&] Caroliine de Mech hlemburgSterlitz Réiine d.y Angllettere. 250.
[n.d., c.1790.] Pair of engraavings. Sheet: 105 x 75mm (4¼ x 3''). Trimmed. £1660 en A pair of Freench portraits of George III and his Queen consort Carooline who ruledd Britain from m 1761. Stock: 48729
251. [Med dal of King George G III.] G. B. Ciprianni del: F. Bartolozzi sculp. [n.d., c.1772.]] Engraving. S Sheet: 100 x 170mm (4 x 6¾ ¾''). Trimmedd. £995 ntal Gardeningg' An illustratioon to 'Dissertaation on Orien 1772 by Willliam Chamberrs showing tw wo sides of a medal of Geoorge III, on onne side is a pro ofile of Georgge III while on tthe other is the facade of So omerset Housee. Stock: 48728
252. Henrricus VIII Angliæ A Rex. [n.d., c.1700.] Sheet: 175 x 165mm (7 x 6½ ½''). Laid on Engraving. S card at top coorner. £775 A portrait off Tudor king Henry H VIII (14 491-1547) a of thhe shown set in an oval, surroounded with attributes English thronne. Stock: 48879
253. [Marry II.] Mariia Stuart nacque li 30... [n.d., c.1690.] Sheet: 280 x 170mm (11 x 6¾'') 6 large Engraving. S margins. £1440 ghter of Jamess II A portrait off Mary II (16622-1694), daug from 'Teatro Belgico...' byy Gregorio Letti. Stock: 48739
Princce Edward and a Prince George G of Wales Goin ng Down a Mine M in Australia. 254.
Engraved byy J.D. Cooper from f a photog graph. [n.d., c.1881.] ( x 5¼''). £550 Wood engravving. Sheet: 230 x 135mm (9
A group portraiit showing Priince Edward and a Prince George G of Walees by a mine iin Australia. The T two grrandsons of Queen Victoriaa, and sons of Prince Albertt Ed dward Prince of Wales travvelled to Austrralia as midshipmen m in training on H HMS Bacchantte in 1881. Stock: 48568
25 55. A Little e Blarney. Prrinted by I. M. Lefevre, Norrman St. Publlished Oct.r 13 3th 1837, by J. J McCormickk, 147, Strand. Liithograph. Sheeet: 390 x 2700mm (15¼ x 10½''). 1 Marking. M £190 A satirical portrrait showing Q Queen Victoriia sitting on a so ofa next to Daniel O'Connelll while behin nd them the Duke D of Wellin ngton and anotther politician n look at the paair suspiciouslly. Daniel O'C Connell was fo ond of Queen Victoria V and beelived that shee could help Irreland while Wellington W wass opposed to hhis ideas. Stock: 48776
25 56. Her Ma ajesty Queeen Victoria. Romain de Hoo ogue. Lith. de Fourquemin. [n.d., c.1845.] Rare lithograph h, printed on cchine collé. Sh heet: 155 x 12 20mm (6 x 4¾ ¾''). £130 A half-length portrait of Queeen Victoria (1 1819-1901). Stock: 48740
Cap.t William W Beddloe Discoveerer of the Popish Plott. 25 57.
[A Anon., c.1681]] En ngraving, rich h impression. SSheet 225 x 150mm (9 x 6''). £160 William W Bedloee (1650-80), innformer and adventurer. a In th he 1670s Bedlo oe fell into a llife of crime in n London, sp pending time in i jail for frauud and at one point p fleeing fo or the continen nt with his broother. There th hey stole ho orses and com mmitted fraud, going by diffferent diisguises and id dentities. In V Valladolid they y met Titus Oates O (and stolee from him tooo), but back in n England Bedloe came in nto the public eye following g the death of
Sir Edmund B Berry Godfreyy. Godfrey dieed in mysterious circumstances soon after recceiving testimony froom Oates abouut a supposed 'Popish Plot' to assassinate C Charles II, andd Bedloe claim med he knew how Godfreyy had died. Beedloe appeared d at a number of trials relatingg to the plot, giving g evidencce that led to tthe deaths of a nu number of innoocent people. An opportuni st, Bedloe explooited the hysteeria and gullib bility surrounding the fabricatedd plot, earning well from hiss while his early death meant he h was sparedd 'evidence', w the retributioon which Oatees and others received r once the smoke cleared. Stock: 48804
a a hiim enough infformation to ggive his story about Catholic plot to o murder Charrles some plau usibility. Oates O swore hiss testimony too Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey G in September 1678, and it was Go odfrey's murder m a few weeks w later (a ddeath that hass never been ex xplained) that overnight turn rned the plot in n the public mind m from alleg gation to certaainty. Oates managed m to reetain a central role in the unnfolding affair by co ontinually inventing new acccusations. In 1684, in the flo ood of the Torry reaction, hee was prosecu uted for peerjury, and in 1685 sentenceed to the pillo ory and public flo ogging. The Glorious G Revoolution saved him; h he was paardoned, given n a pension annd married a wealthy w widow. w Stock: 49031
[Fron ntispiece to "Wm Taits Edition of the Trial", Edinburgh 1838.] [The Glasgow nners] Thom Cotton Spin mas Hunter. President. Peter Hack ket. Treasurrer. Richard McNiel. Secretary. JJames Gibb b. Assistant Sec.y. S William M Maclean. Guaard. 258.
Printed by Foorrester & Nicch[ols.][n.d., c.1838.] c A very rare eetching. Sheett: 130 x 230mm m (5 x 9''). Creased, foxed and laid onn album sheet.. £3550 Profile portraaits of five leaaders of the Glasgow Cottonn Spinners strikke in 1837, shhown in the do ock. In the 1830s there w was a depressiion in West Scotland and byy 1837 there w was a drive to cut c the wages of the Cottonn spinners in G Glasgow. Strikke action was organised to defend the w wages and the strike s took plaace from July to August 18377, however durring the strikee a cotton spinner who had chosen too go back to work w was shot and the leadeers of the strikke were arresteed. They weree charged on 224th October and a the trial to ook place in Edinburgh inn November 1837. The five men were sentenced to seven years transportation t n, but spent 3 mes before bein ng pardonnedd years in hulkks in the Tham following inttervention from m Lord Broug gham. Frontis to William Taitt's edition of thheir trial, publlished in 18388. Kivell 127. Stock: 48979
259. Tituss Oates, from m a rare Priint. Publishd Maarch 25 1810 by b W.m Richaardson Jun.r York House Strand. Plate: 205 x 1335mm (8 x 5¼ ¼''). Foxing. Engraving. P Small marginns. £445 A portrait off a man in pilloory. Titus Oattes (1649-17055) was an Engliish perjurer whho fabricated the 'Popish Plot', a suppoosed Catholic conspiracy to o kill King Charles II. H He began his caareer as an An nglican priest,, but convertedd to Catholicism in 1677. This T secured hiis admission to Jesuit collegee at St Omer, and this gave
26 60. Major Semple. Ettched by J. Ch hapman. Publiished Dec.r 18 803 by J. Cundee Ivy Lan ne. Sttipple. Sheet: 150 x 85mm ((6 x 3¼''). Triimmed, fo oxing. £160 A portrait of the adventurer aand con man James J Georgee Seemple Lisle (1 1759-1815) w who travelled across a the world w and was often in prisonn for fraud. Having H served in n America in th he American R Revolutionary y Wars Seemple was tak ken prisoner inn 1776 and wh hile in America A had a relationship w with the writerr Elizabeth Saarah Gooch. He H travelled baack to Europee in the 1780s an nd claimed to have met manny members of o European ro oyalty. Semplee returned to E England in 1784 and was triied and senten nced to seven years' transpo ortation for fraud. He was released r on thee promise thatt he leave En ngland so he set s off for Fran ance and whilee there he cllaimed to havee witnessed thhe execution of o Louis XVI. He H returned to England E in 17795 to escape trouble in Frrance and wass once again aarrested and seentenced to traansportation to Botany Bayy, he tried to avoid a this seentence by stab bbing and starrving himselff but he reecovered and was w dispatcheed in the 'Lady y Jane Shore' to o Australia. Ho owever, durinng the voyage a mutiny brroke out and Semple S and soome fellow saiilors left the sh hip in a rowing g boat and lannded in South America. Frrom South Am merica Semplee travelled to Tangier T where w he gave himself h up annd he was takeen back to En ngland and im mprisoned in T Tothill Fields Prison P where hee penned and published p his memoir 'The Life of Major M J. G. Sem mple Lisle'. H He offered him mself as a spy to o the government, was oncee again sentencced to traansportation in 1814 but waas pardonned by the Prince Regent. Kivell p.176. p Stock: 48978
The Right Hon. Frrederick How ward, Earl off Carlisle, This T Print obbtained the First Premium gra anted in the year 1762, by b the So ociety for th he Encouraggement of Arts, Manufacture M es, and Com mmerce, instiituted in London. L 26 61.
J. Reynolds Pin nx.t. J. Spilsbuury Fecit. Published by ohn Spilsbury,, Engraver & PPrint-Seller, in Russell Jo Court, Covent Garden, G Feb. 110. 1763. Mezzotint. M 480 x 370mm (199 x 14½"). Repaired small margins. m £260
A youthful pportrait of Fredderick Howard d (1748-1825)), 5th Earl of C Carlisle, later a politician and diplomat. Inn 1778, aged oonly thirty, he headed a com mmission sent to attempt a recconciliation wiith the Thirteeen Colonies during the Am merican War of Independen nce; although it failed Howarrd was considered to have displayed d so much ability that he was entrusted with the viceroyaltty of Ireland in 1780. Despitee the upheaval of the time hhis ous. CS: 9, staate two-year rulee was peacefuul and prospero ii of ii.
65. [Portra ait of a Mann Reading.] 26 A: A V: Ostade Pinx: J: Stolkerr Fecit. S: Cru uys, Excud. [n n.d., c1780.] Mezzotint. M Platte: 280 x 200m mm (11 x 8'') very v large margins. m Slightt foxing. £190 A portrait of an n old man readding a sheet off text; after a paainting by Duttch artist Adriiaen van Ostad de (161016 685).
262. [Man n in a Turbaan.] J.C.B. 1815. 2 x 165mm m Hand-coloured etching, sccarce. Image: 235 nd toning in (9¼ x 6½'') vvery large marrgins. Tears an edges. £1330 with orginal coolour by John Cart Burgess An etching w (1798-1863)..
I. Cole Fc: et ex x: Amstelo daami. Cum Priv vil: Ord: Holl: ett West-frisice. [n.d., c.1700..] Fiine & rare mezzotint. Plate:: 255 x 180mm m (9 x 7''). Sm mall margins. £320 A portrait of an n Eastern sultaana in ornate robes r and ho olding a floweer.
La Gra ande Sultanee. Liefhebb bers van iets ra aars, bescho ouwd eens deees Sultane....
263. [Med ditation. Engraved byy S. Phillips, frrom a Drawing by R. Westaall R.A. Londonn Pub.d April 7 1802 by R. Ackermann, Repository oof Arts 101 Strrand.] Stipple. prooof before all leetters. Sheet 30 05 x 230mm (12 x 9"). Triimmed withinn platemark, paper patched iin inscription arrea bottom rigght. £1990 A seated wom man in profilee; with long daark hair, looking upwaard to the left,, wearing a loose gown withh a sash. Museum has thhe original peencil and The British M watercolour w with touches of o white. In th he description the sitter is suupposed to bee either Emmaa Hamilton or Mrs Siddons. BM for the published p statee, 2009,7006. 1 for the originnal.
26 67. [Portra ait of a Wom man] To o be sold at F. Vivares in grreat Newport Street Lo ondon. [n.d., c.1780.] c Colour-printed stipple. Sheett: 245 x 175m mm (9¾ x 7''). Trrimmed. £220 A portrait of a woman w in classsical dress, her h hair deecorated with pearls. Stock: 48859
[Porttrait of an Old O Man witth a Cane near Ruinss.] Respectfu fully dedicated to the Friends of Philanthrop py_by J.F. Waldeck W Feb.y 1821. 264.
J.F. Waldeckk Lithog. Printted by Romneey & Forster. Rare hand-cooloured lithoggraph. Sheet: 295 2 x 235mm (11½ x 9¼''). Creasing in margins. m £2220 w in the grounds of a A portrait off an old man walking s A portraitt by Jean ruined catheddral near the sea. Frédéric Maxximilien de Waldeck W (1766-1875) who w was an artist and explorer, he claimed c to hav ve been born iin E he trav velled to Soutth various counntries around Europe, Africa aged 119, he then claaimed he traveelled back to France and sttudied under Jacques J Louiss David, he theen claimed he trravelled to Eggypt with Napo oleon. He is known for hiis republicatioon of the porno ographic seriees 'I Modi' and hhis exploratioon of Mexico and a South America andd subsequent publication p of South American scuulpture. Stock: 49032
26 68. [Portra ait of Two W Women in Headresses.] [n n.d., c.1780.] Ettching; Collecctor's Mark: G G.A.C. Sheet: 195 x 160mm m (7 7¾ x 6¼''). Staaining. Trimm med. £70 A portrait of tw wo women, onne wears a veill and the seecond wears an ornate headr dress. Stock: 48860
D'Heenrico van der d Borcht iu uniori, Artiss Pictoriar A Ama=tori maaximo, Amicco suo dilectissimoo hanc tabelllam dedicatt. Adam, Alexius Bieerling. Ao. 1646. 1 269.
Hholbein inuu: Whollar feccit, 1646. Etching. Platte: 135 x 90mm m (5¼ x 3½'')). Thread margins. £1440 bein; the Portrait of a yyoung man affter Hans Holb original is noow housed in the t Louvre. Pennington: 1543. Stock: 48779
Mattthew Peters,, Of Fresh Water W Isle oof Wight, Mem mber of the Dublin Socciety & Author of sseveral Treaatises on Tilllage and Agriculturee. 270.
W.m Peters R R.A. Pinxit. J..n Murphy Scu ulpsit. Londonn Publish'd Noov.r the 1st 17778, by J. Murp phy at No 4, A Air Street Piccaddilly. Scarce mezzootint. 380 x 2880mm (15 x 11"). 1 Thread margins. £2660 c engineerr Matthew Petters (born Belffast, 1711), a civil advised on thhe improvemeent of loughs and a rivers for navigation, aand published two treatises on the subjectt. The artist is tthe subject's son, Matthew William W Peterrs (1742-1814),, most famouss for his provo ocative paintinng of a courtesaan (known as 'L Lydia' in the mezzotint m copy). He caame to regret his h choice of subject, s as he oyal Academyy's was ordainedd in 1781, becoming the Ro chaplain (17884-8), then chhaplain to the Prince P of Wales. CS: 111 II of II
uijn (1652-c.1 727) was a Dutch artist Cornelis de Bru nd traveller in the Levant annd Russia. Folllowing two an laarge tours he published p illusstrated books of o his ob bservations off the people, bbuildings, plan nts and an nimals. See reff 17356 for a pproof impresssion. Stock: 48922
27 74. [William Lithgow..] Lo, here'ss mine Effigie, E and Turkish T suitt... [n n.d., c.1640.] Rare wood engraving. Sheet:: 160 x 115mm m (6¼ x 4½ ½''). Trimmed d and laid on aalbum sheet. £180 A portrait of Sccottish travelleers, writer and d alleged spy William W Lithgo ow (1585-16455) dressed as a Turk. An illlustration from m 'The Total D Discourse of th he Rare Adventure...' A by y Lithgow. Stock: 49130
John Ross. R [facsim milie signaturre.] Victory, V Discovery Ship, Sailed 23rd d may, 1829 Capt.n C Ross R.N. R & Crew w returned 19th October O 1833 3. 27 75.
Rare lithograph h. Sheet: 195 x 125mm (7¾ ¾ x 5''). Damage D in corn ners. £130 A portrait of naaval officer Joh ohn Ross (1777-1856) who made m three jourrneys to the arrtic, in 1831 he h was the firrst European to t cross the N North Magneticc Pole and in 18 850 he underto ook a voyage to try and find Sir John Frranklin who had h gone missiing four yearss before. Stock: 49075
271. Rich..d Earlom Esq.r. E Painted by G G. Stuart. Engrraved by T. Lu upton, 6 St James's Placee Clerkenwelll. London Pub b by Hurst, Robinson & Co, successorrs to J & J Boy ydell, Feby 1. 1819. Printed area 1995 x 130mm (7 7¾ x 5") £1440 Mezzotint. P Portrait of thhe mezzotint enngraver Richaard Earlom (1743-1822) after Gilbert Stuart, used as the frontispiece tto the third voolume (added later) to John Boydell's 'Libber Veritatis; or A Collectio on of Prints after the origginal designs of o Claude le Lorrain', L engraved by Earlom. Stock: 48932
272. [Cap ptain James Cook.] 1.e Atlas. A Pl.1. [after William m Hodges, Enngraved Jamess Desmarest.] [n.d., c.1778.] Scare proof beefore title. Plaate: 150 x Engraving. S 100mm (6 x 4''). Trimmedd to plate. £4220 A portrait off Captain Jamees Cook from a French 75. See Nationnal edition of Coook's 2nd Voyyage 1772-177 Library of Auustralia. Not in Kivell. Stock: 48680
273. Corn nelius de Bru uyn Pictor. Godfr: Knelller Eques Pinxxit. G. Valck sculp. s [n.d. c.1698.] Engraving. 2275 x 180mm (10¾ x 7"), very large margins. £1880
The litttle Count Booruwlaski, born b in the Polish Russia a, in Novem mber 1739, Married M in 17 780. He has three Childdren; his Sizze is like th hat of a Chilld 3 or 4 Yeaars Old. 27 76.
A. A van Assen delin d et sculp. PPublished as the t Act diirects May 12,, 1788, by Borrowlaski No 162, 1 Corner off Strand Lane.. A rare stipple. 220 2 x 155mm m (8¾ x 6¼"). Framed. £320 Unexamined U ou ut of frame.
Józef Boruw właski (1739-18837), a Polish h-born dwarf 771 cm (28 inchees) tall. He touured Europe before settling in England, dyiing in Durham m at the age off 98.
A portrait of a hermit h from C Cabinteely neaar Dublin. An illlustration from m the New Woonderful Museum and Ex xtraordinary Magazine. M
[Rich hard Brent] Poor Old Tom T Thumb,, now living in Bristol, at a the Age off 105. From m an Originaal Picture in the Collectiion of Mr. Spackman,, in the Pictu ure Gallery at Bath.
28 80. Henry Jenkins of E Ellerton in Yorkshire, Y Who W Lived to o the surprizzing age of 169, 1 Which h iss 16 Years lo onger than O Old Parr.
T. Barker Pinnx.t. W.N. Gaardiner Sc. Lon ndon Pub, Jully 19. 1790, by Mr Spakemann. Bath. m (9¾ x 7¼").. Framed. Papper Rare stipple. 245 x 185mm £1990 toned. Unexaamined out off frame. Portrait of Riichard Brent (1682-1790), ( a centenarian known as Old Tom Thumbb, engraved by y William Nelson Garddiner after an oil o by Thomass Barker of Baath Victoria Art Gaallery, Bath. A pedlar who now in the V worked the B Bristol and Baath area, Brentt married fourr times and had 32 children:: Barker painted him three B society thhey times, raisingg his profile soo much that Bath raised moneyy to give the pedlar p a weeklly income in hhis old age. Welllcome Libraryy: V0007336. Stock: 48806
Nichoollas Byfield d, Minister sometimes s oof the City of Chester butt last of Islew worth in thee County of M Middlesex.... 278.
Publish'd Appril 1790 by J. Simco, No 11 1 Great Queenn Street. Stipple with engraving. Frramed, visible area 170 x mined out of frame. f £2660 125mm (6¾ x 5"). Unexam Nicholas Byffield (1579-16622) an Englissh clergyman who was a leeading preacheer of the reign n of James I. H He died from 'thhe stone', a callculus found to o weigh 35 ounces (just uunder a kilgraam), shown on n the table in front of him. Stock: 48807
Taaken from an Original Pictuure by Walkerr. Tho.s Worlig W Delin ett Fecit 1752. PPrinted for & Sold by Carington Bow wles, at his Map ap & Print Waarehouse, No 9 St Pauls Chu urch Yard, Loondon [n.d., c.1780]. 69 Ettching. 350 x 250mm (13¾ ¾ x 9¾"). Fram med. Unexamined U ou ut of frame. £260 Half-length H porrtrait of Henryy Jenkins (died d 1670), a reeputed centenaarian, below w which is an engraved text biiography writtten by Mrs Annne Saville an nd the text of a memorial insiide Bolton-onn-Swale church h. His life upposedly spanned the reignns of monarch hs from su Henry H VII to Charles II. In 1 667 Jenkins stated s on oath th hat he carried arrows a to the E English archeers at the Battle of Flodden Field (15133). Fiirst published in 1752, this pplate originallly had the tittle outside thee printed bordeer, but the plaate has been cu ut down and tiitle lowered. Stock: 48805
28 81. Charles S. Stratton n as Genera al Tom Thumb, T in hiis Characterr as Napoleo on, is 12 Years Y Old. 25 5 Inches Higgh and Weig ghs 15 Pounds. Lo ondon J.T. Wood, 33, Holyywell Str. Straand. [n.d. c.1850.] ngraving on porcelain p card.. Sheet 150 x 115mm (6 x En £65 4½ ½"). Charles Sherwo ood Stratton ( 1838-1883), known k on the stage as Generaal Tom Thumbb, was a dwarrf who acchieved great fame under ciircus pioneer P.T. P Barnum. His H routines inccluded imperssonating charaacters such as Cupid and Napoleon Bonapaarte, as well ass singing, daancing and comical banter. Stock: 48993
Sr. Hen nry Chauncyy of Yardley y-Bury in th he County of Hertford K Kn.t Serjean nt at Law. 28 82.
J. Savage Sculp p. [n.d. c.17000.] ngraving. Platte 292 x 192m mm. 11½ x 7½ ½", large En margins. m £160 Siir Henry Chau uncy (1632-17719), the Engllish lawyer, ed ducator and an ntiquary. c.16880 he began work w on his co ounty history 'The ' Historicaal Antiquities of Hertfordshire'. H Engraved by JJohn Savage who w was acctive from 168 83 until 1701, though he wo orked on seeveral significant works, noot much is kno own about hiim. NPG: D31 1271. Stock: 48989
S. Baarrett, the Hermit H of Ca abbinteely, i n Ireland. 279.
C. Doyle scuulp.t. Pub. by Hogg H & Co. June J 1. 1807. Stipple. Platee: 190 x 100m mm (7½ x 4''). Small marginns on 3 sides. £550
Oliveerius Cromw well Exercitu um Angliæ Reipublicæ æ Dux Generralis. Locum m-Tens et Gubernatoor Hiberniæ.. Oxoniensiss Academiæ æ Cancellariu us Parliamento Reipubllicæ Anglicanæ Hanc sui Ducis effigiem m offert. Dicat. conssecratque om mni officioru um genere mancipatuss. Petrus Loombardus. 283.
Lombart scullpsit A Londre. [after Robeert Walker.] Tho: Hinde E Excudit. [n.d.,, c.1651.] Engraving. S Sheet: 360 x 265mm (14 x 10½''). 1 Trimm med within plate. £2220 W famou us portrait of Lombart's enngraving of Walker's Oliver Cromw mwell, regardedd as the closesst likeness. It shows Cromw well as Generral of the Arm my of the Engliish Republic, Goovernor of Scootland and Ch hancellor of Oxford Univversity, in armour, with a paage tying his waist sash. L Lombart has deedicated it to Parliament. P Griffiths: 'Thhe Print in Stuuart Britain', cat. c 116. Stock: 49060
S. Th homas Fairffax, Exercitu us Parlamen nti ht Londinensiis Contra Reegem Generralis etc. Seh da den Gen neral des Paarlaments in Londen... 284.
[n.d., c.1690.] Sheet: 160 x 100mm (6¼ x 4''). 4 Trimmedd Engraving. S and laid on aalbum sheet. £770 A German poortrait of Thom mas Fairfax (1 1612-1671) who was a Paarliamentary commander c du uring the English Civill War who ledd troops at thee Battle of Naseby. Stock: 49061
An A equestrian portrait p of mililitary comman nder Adam Graf G von Herbeerstorff (1585--1629) who was w governor off Upper Austria for Maximiillian Duke off Bavaria. Stock: 48781
28 86. S.r Willliam Johnsoon Bar.t Ma ajor General G of th he English F Forces in Norrth America. A [A After Sir Joshu ua Reynolds.] [n.d., c.1770.] En ngraving. Platte: 190 x 115m mm (7½ x 4½ ½''). Staining. £60 A portrait of Sir William Johhnson (1715-1774) who seerved superintendent of Indi dian affairs in North N America A and th hen as a comm mander of the English E fo orces during th he American R Revolutionary y Wars. Stock: 49073
28 87. His Grace Charless Duke of Riichmond, Lord L Lieuten nant of Irelaand, & Gran nd Master off the Order of St. Patricck, &c. &c. &c. Paainted by John n Hoppner Esqq.r. R.A. Engrraved by Henry H Meyer. London, L Publiished Nov.r 14 4th, 1809 by Colnaghi & Co. Cockspur Sttreet, Haymark ket. Fiine mezzotint.. Plate: 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾'') very laarge margins. £230 A portrait of Ch harles Lennoxx, 4th Duke off Richmond (1 1764-1819) wh hile Lord Lieuutenant of Irelland. Stock: 48774
The Efffigies of the most magn nanimous & th hrise pursan nt George Duuke of Albermarle Earle E of Torrrington, Barron Monck of o Potheridge, Beauchamp B and Teyes. 28 88.
[A After David Lo oggan.] [n.d., c.1690.] En ngraving. Platte: 275 x 215m mm (10¾ x 8½ ½''). Slight crrease. £180 A portrait of so oldier and poliitician Georgee Monck (1 1608-1670) wh ho was a majoor figure in the Restoration off Charles II. After A a paintingg by David Lo oggan. Stock: 48786
[Georg ge Monck.] T The Most Illlustrious an nd Noble Prrince Georgee, Duke of Albermarle, A Earl E of Torrington, Baroon Monk of Potheridge,, Beauchamp, B and Teyes, P Privy Councellor to Charles C II, King K of Greaat Britain, &c. & Captain General G and Commandeer of all the Royal R Forces in the Kingdoms oof England,, Scotland, nd Ireland, Master of thhe Horse, an nd Knight an off the Most Noble N Orderr of the Gartter, &c. 28 89.
Illusttris et Generrosus. Domiinus D. Adamus Coomes in Herrbersdorff. Eques E Ordinis Di:: Calatrava,, Sacrae Caeesar:... Illusst. Generosit. Dicat et Con nsecrat Frid dericus Roth h etc. 285.
Matthais Kagger Delineavitt. Lucas Kilian n sculpsit. Anno. 1625. 4½ x 11½''). Rare engraviing. Plate: 3700 x 295mm (14 Slight loss boottom right. £2880
D. D Loggan Ad Vivam V 1661. R. Sheppard Sculp.t S 1735. En ngraving, finee impression. SSheet: 375 x 230mm 2 (14¾ x 9''). Trimmed d. £190 A portrait of so oldier and poliitician Georgee Monck (1 1608-1670) wh ho helped resttore Charles III to the th hrone in 1660. Mechell's ediition of Paul de d RapinTh hoyras The History of Englland. Stock: 48904
290. Field d Marshall The T Duke off Wellington n. From an origginal Picture [bby Bauzil]. En ngraved by Cha.s Turnerr. London, Pubblished April 16, 1816, by the Proprietoor, Cha.s Turnner, 50 Warren n St. Fitzroy Square. 4 (21¾ x Early & scarce proof mezzzotint. 555 x 405mm e entering plate. £3880 16") Repaireed tear in left edge A three-quarrter length porrtrait of Arthurr Wellesley, wearing a daark coat, a scarrf around his waist, w holdingg the hilt of hiss sword. The artist, Juuan Bauzil (17766-1820), waas born in Cologne but worked in Fraance until mov ving to Spain in h been 1797. The orriginal painting is likely to have painted shorttly after the ennd of the Penin nsular War inn 1814, after W Wellesly had heard h of his aw ward of the titlle Duke of Welllington, but before b he left Spain S for England. Thee National Porrtrait Gallery has a fulllength waterccolour portrait, apparently dressed d the same but witthout the scarff belt and sword, which wass also later enggraved by Turrner. Whitman 600, state i of iii, before naame of artist; the t second sta ate has ''First Fifty'' engravved.
29 95. Thoma as Goodall E Esq.r. Admirral of Hayti. H Paainted by Drummond. Engrraved by Ridleey Blood. Pu ublished by J Apserne at the he Bible, Crow wn & Constitution Co ornhill 1 June 1808. 1 x 115mm m (6¾ x 4½'') laarge margins. Sttipple. Plate: 170 £75 A portrait of merchant captaiin and Admiraal of Haiti Th homas Goodaall (1767-18300). Stock: 49074
His E Excellency Thomas T Earl of Strafforrd Viscount W Wentworth of o Wentwortth. 291.
G. Kneller Eques pinxit. 1714. Geo: Vertue Sculpsit. Excud. Sold by b R. Hulton ye y Corner of A. Iohnston E Pall Mall St. James. Plate: 385 x 2775mm (15¼ x 10¾''). Engraving. P £2330 Manuscript inn bottom edgee. Thread margins. A portrait off military comm mander Thom mas Wentworthh, 1st Earl of Sttrafford (16722-1739). Stock: 48784
292. Nicollo Paganini.. [n.d., c.1830.] Sheet: 180 x 145mm 1 (7 x 5¾''). £1880 Lithograph. S Niccolo Pagaanini (1782-18840) was an Ittalian violinisst, violist, guitarrist and composer. He was one of the moost celebrated viiolin virtuosi of o his time, an nd left his marrk as one of the pillars of modern violin tecchnique. Stock: 48945
293. [Nap poleon on hiss Death Bed d.] Horace Vernnet. [n.d., c.18330.] Aquatint. Sheet: 175 x 2055mm (7 x 8''). Trimmed andd m sheet. £1880 laid on album A portrait off Napoleon (17769-1821) on his deathbed oon After the originnal oil paintin ng by Horace St. Helena. A Vernet painteed in 1823. Stock: 49113
294. Jamees Cook. gemahlt von N. Dance. gestochen von J.F. J Bolt 1788 . 55 x 200mm Rare hand-cooloured engravving. Plate: 25 (10 x 8'') Foxxing. Small margins. m £2660 A German poortrait of explorer and Navaal captain Jam mes Cook (1728-1779) shown sitting at a tab ble, pointing aat a map. After a painting byy Nathaniel Daance. Stock: 48884
29 96. Sir Cha arles Hardyy. T. Hudson pinx x.t. P. Dawe feecit. London Publish'd P as he Act directs 23d Sep.t 17779 by Robert Wilkinson, W at th No. N 58 in Cornh hill. Mezzotint. M Platte: 155 x 110m mm (6 x 4¼'').. Trimmed an nd laid on albu um sheet at coorners. £70 A portrait of Brritish naval offficer Sir Charrles Hardy (1 1714-1780) wh ho served as ccolonial goverrnor of New York Y from 1755 5-1757. Stock: 49072
29 97. The Ho on.ble S.r Joohn Leake Kn. K Late Rear R Admira al of Great B Britain, Adm miral & Commander C in Chief of H His Maj.tiess Fleet and One O of the Lo ords Commiis.rs of the Admiralty. A S..r G. Kneller Bar.t B pinx. 17 12. Iohn Fabeer Fecit 1722. Done D from the Painting in thhe Royal Palacce of Kensington. K So old by T. Bowl wles in S.t Paulls Church y.d & I. Bowles at ye. Black Horrse in Cornhilll. Mezzotint. M Platte: 350 x 250m mm (13¾ x 9¾ ¾''). Trimmed to o platemark. Slightly S time sstained. £160 A portrait of Ad dmiral of the FFleet, Sir John n Leake (1 1656-1720). Stock: 48796
The R Right Honble. Sr. John Norris_Vicce Admiral off England, Admiral A and d Command er in Chief of His Majestiies Fleets &cc_. and one of His Majestties most Hoonourable Prrivy Counciil. 298.
T. Burford add vivum delinn. et fecit. Sold d by T. Burforrd at the Goldenn Eagle in Villiers Street Yo ork Buildingss. [n.d. c.1741.]] Mezzotint. 360 x 255mm (14¼ ( x 10"). Trimmed. T £1440 o the Fleet, w was Sir John Norrris (1660-17449), Admiral of a British navval officer of thhe 17th and 18th centuries, serving as Coommander-in--Chief of the Royal R Navy under Georgee II. CS: 11. Stock: 48803
299. [George Bridgess Rodney.] Painted by S.r J: Reynoldss. J. Watson Sculpsit. b John Boydeell Cheapside,, Published May 1.st 1778 by London. m Mezzotint, very fine impreession. Sheet: 390 x 265mm £2440 (15½ x 10½'''). Trimmed too image. A portrait off admiral and politician p Geo orge Bridges Baron Rodneyy (1718-1792)), famous for Rodney, 1st B his victories against the Sppanish off Cap pe St. Vincentt in 1780, relieeving Gibraltaar, and againstt the French att the Battle of the Saintes inn the Caribbeaan in 1782, shown with hhis hand restinng on an anchor. CS 127. Stock: 48883
A full-length po ortrait of Georrge Bridges Rodney R (1719 - 1792), first Baaron Rodney, naval officer and po olitician, famo ous for his vicctories againstt the Spanish offf Cape St. Vincent in 17800, relieving Gibraltar, and ag gainst the Fren nch at the Battttle of the Sain ntes in the Caribbean in 17 782. The Honn. Thomas Harrley ommissioned Gainsboroughh co to o paint this porrtrait (now Eaarl of Rosebery y collection, Dalmeny) D to co ommemmoratee the Battle off the Saintes. It was engraved d by the artist''s nephew Gaiinsborough Dupont. D CS 9; Russell R 9 ii . Stock: 48868
30 01. Sir Jam mes Saumarrez, Bart. K.B. Vice Admiral A of th he Blue. Paainted by Tho.s Phillips Esqq. R.A. Engraaved by W. Saay Engraver to o H.R.H. the D Duke of Gloucester. Lo ondon, Published & Sold Juune 4. 1810 by y Edw.d Orme O Printselleer to the King,, Engraver & Publisher Bond St.t corneer of Brook Sttreet. Mezzotint. M Sheet: 620 x 410m mm (24½ x 16 6¼''). Horizontal H creaase just above title. £280 A full-length po ortrait of Jamees Saumarez, 1st Baron Saaumarez (1757-1836), admi miral of the Roy yal Navy and faamed for his victory at the B Battle of Algecircas. Stock: 48539
The Ho onourable SS.r James Wishart Kn.t Late L Admiral of the Whiite Squadron of His Maj.ties M Fleet, and one oof the Lords Commissione C ers of the Addmiralty &cc. 30 02.
M. M Dahl pinx. J. J Faber Fecit 1722. Sold by y J. faber in Fo ountain Court of the Strandd. Mezzotint. M Platte: 350 x 250m mm (13¾ x 9¾ ¾''). Rubbing. £190 A portrait of James Wishart ((1659-1723) who w served ass Admiral A in the British Navy and a Membeer of Paarliament. Stock: 48787
30 03. [Thomas Coningsb by, 1st Earl Coningsby, with w his daug ghters Francces and Marrgaret.]
The R Right Hon.b ble Lord Rodney K.B. Vice Adm.ll of Great Britain & Ad dm.l of the White &c & &c &c. 300.
Painted by T Thomas Gainsbborough R.A. Engraved by G. Dupont. P Published 12thh. April, 1788. by B. Beale Evans in the Poultry, Londdon. ( x 15¼"). Trimmed T closse Mezzotint. 610 x 390mm (24 i areea. to plate at boottom, stitch holes through inscription Small marginns. £4550
[E Engraved by George G Vertuee after Sir God dfrey Kneller.] K [Lond don: George V Vertue, c.1723 3.] Rare engraving g. Sheet 465 x 385mm (18¾ ¾ x 15¼"). Trrimmed to plaate. Messy eddges. £380 Th homas Coning gsby (1656-17729), MP for Leominster L from 1679-1710 and 1715-166, when he waas raised to th he peerage. Co oningsby holdds a copy of th he Magna Carta? On it is written "this is my birthrig ght purchased with w the blood of my ancestoors". The pain nting by Kneller K is now in the Tower of London. The ap ppearence of the t Tower of L London in thee background is a reference to o his imprisonnment there in n 1720 for writing w some ill-chosen wordds about Simo on Harcourt, th he Lord Chanccellor. Alexandder: 382 who states that th his was presum med a Private Plate. Stock: 49022
Oliveerius Cromw wel Vice Gen neralis Exerctius P Parlam.t in Anglia A Sat Doctus D Versare Dolos. En Crrom-wel, currvum potuitt... 304.
[n.d., 1655.] w Plaate: 160 x Engraving, 17th century watermark. £2330 125mm (6¼ x 5'') very largge margins. p leadeer Oliver A portrait off military and political L Protectorr Cromwell (1599-1658) whho served as Lord monwealth folllowing the beh heading of of the Comm Charles I andd the English Civil C War. Stock: 48716
Oliveer Cromwell. [Careat successibus opto, Quisquis ab even ntu facta no otanda putatt.] 305.
[R. Walker ppinx:] [Printedd for & Sold by Rob.t Sayerr at the Golden B Buck Fleet St.]] Mezzotint. Sheet: 285 x 2220mm (11¼ x 8¼''). Trimmed, lossing text. £1990 Oliver Cromw mwell (1599-16658), lord prottector of England, Scootland and Irelland. Latin tex xt from Ovid below whichh can be translated as 'Let hiim lack successs, I wish, who tthinks that thee deed can be censured from m its outcomes''. This plate orriginally show wed Cromwelll in armour as in most likennesses, but in this t later impression a coat has beenn substituted in its place. O 'D 65. Stock: 48791
John n Heruey Esq q.r Trer and d Receau genera:l to her Mat:y. 306.
P. Lely Pinxiit. R. Thompson excudit. [n n.d., c.1690.] Mezzotint, 17th century watermark. w Sheeet: 340 x ¼ x 9¾''). Trim mmed to image on 3 sides. 245mm (13¼ £2220 H (1616-A three-quarrter length porrtrait of John Hervey 1679) who w was a politiciann who also serrved as treasurer to Q Queen Catheriine of Braganzza. CS 22. Blackett-Ordd: T.39 Stock: 48906
A portrait of Henry H Hunt (17773-1835) a radical po olitician who advocated a thee repeal of the Corn Laws. Stock: 48214
Daniel O'Connell oon his 68th Birthday B
18 843. Pu ublished by T. McLean, 26,, Haymarket, Dec. 1843. A rare tinted litthograph. Sheeet: 315 x 220m mm (12½ x 8¾ ¾'') very largee margins. £160 A seated portraait of Daniel O O'Connell (177 75 – 1847). Known K as 'The Liberator', orr 'The Emancipator', O'Connell O was an Irish politiical leader in the t first half off the nineteentth century. Hee campaigned for Catholic Em mancipation - the right for C s in the Catholics to sit Westminster W Paarliament, dennied for over 100 1 years an nd Repeal of the Union betw ween Ireland and a Great Britain. Stock: 48772
Sir Tho o.s Stamfordd Raffles, Kn.t K F.R.& A.S. A Lieut-G Governor of B Bencoolen, &c. 30 09.
En ngraved by Th hompson, from m a Miniaturee in po ossession of Mrs. M Raffles. PPublished by Henry H Fisher, Caxton, London n, Jan.ry. 18244. ngraving. Sheeet: 210 x 135m ¼''). Trimmed, En mm (8¼ x 5¼ stained. £85 A portrait of the British stateesman Thomass Stamford Raffles (1781-1 1826) who serrved as Lieuteenant Governor G of Brritish Java andd the founder of o modern Siingapore. Stock: 48949
31 10. The Right Honourrable James Shaw, Lord L Mayor and One of the Represeentatives in Parliament fo or the City oof London. Paainted by J. Hoppner Esq.r. Engraved by J.H. Meyer. Pu ublished as the Act Directs,, November 8th. 1806, by th he Engraver No.52 G.t Russsell S.t Bloom msbury. Mezzotint. M Platte: 340 x 250m mm (13½ x 10 0'') very large margins. m Repaired tears in m margins. Creasiing. £180 A half-length portrait of the SScottish-born politician an nd alderman Sir S James Shaw w (1764-1843 3) who led the fu uneral of Lord d Nelson in 18806 and also seerved as Chamberlain off London. Stock: 48975
307. Huntt. Published byy W. Aldous, 15, 1 Great Russell St. Bloomsbury.. Stipple with aquatint. Sheeet:145 x 110m mm (5¾ x 4¼'''). £665 Trimmed.
31 11. John Wilkes. W [A After Franz Heeissig.] [n.d., cc.1770.] Sccarce mezzotint. Plate: 175 x 190mm (7 x 7½''). Trrimmed within n plate. £350 Jo ohn Wilkes (1725-1797), poolitician and agitator. a His im mprisonment for f libel and bbanishment fro om the House off Commons brrought into quuestion the vallidity of paarliamentary elections. e He w was arrested in n 1763 for pu ublishing an attack a on the K King's speech. His case beecame very po opular causingg violent publiic protests to th he cry of "Wilk kes and Libert rty". He was fiinally peermitted to tak ke his seat in 11774 and was elected Lord Mayor M of Lond don the same yyear. Stock: 49123
17 774 and was elected e Lord M Mayor of Lond don the same yeear. Stock: 49105
31 14. John Wilkes W Esq.rr. [n n.d., c.1770.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 155 x 100m mm (6 x 4'') Trimmed. T
Mr. S Serjeant Glyyn, Memberr of Parliamentt for the Cou unty of Middlesex. John n Wilkes Esq q.r Elected Knight K of the Shire for the Countyy of Middlesex, 29th Ma arch 1768. Alderman oof the Ward d of Faringd don without.. The Rev.d John Hornee, Minister of o New Brentford. 312.
Rich.d Houstton inv.t delinn. et fecit. [Pub blish'd as the Act directs, F Feb.y 6. 1769,, by Rob.t Say yer, at No.53 iin Fleet Street, & J.no Smith at No. 35 in Cheapside, C London.] Mezzotint. Sheet: 295 x 3990mm (11½ x 15½''). m sheet. £1660 Trimmed andd laid on album Group portraait, seated arouund a table, Jo ohn Glyn (172221779), Serjeaant-at-law andd recorder of London, L to lefft wearing bandds and short wig, w right hand d on his knee, holding quilll in left, John Horne H Tooke (1736-1812), radical political writer, oppposite him, leaning forwardd n them John and gesturingg as he speakss, and between Wilkes (17255-1797), politiician and satirrical writer, especially off "The North Briton", B who wears w a furhe table trimmed cloaak and points at papers on th labelled 'Adddresses to Couunty County of Middlesex Constitutionaal Legal Liberrty / General Warrants W Seizure of Paapers Habeas Corpus Alteraation of Recorrds Informationss ex Office Cloose Imprisonm ment / Treatisee on Inclosing Commons Frreedom of Elections Trial byy W B. Proctor', Jury Letters tto Sr. J. Gibboons and Sir W. with a foldinng screen to rigght and a pictu ure behind of an allegorical feemale figure holding h a scrolll of Magna Charta. CS: 448. Russell: 488. Stock: 49124
John n Wilkes, Sch hildknaap, Lid L van het Parlement van Engelan nd, wegens Aylesbury, A in't Graascchap Buckin ngham. 313.
R.V. 1764. ¾ x 2½''). Rare engraviing. Sheet: 1200 x 65mm (4¾ Trimmed andd laid on album m sheet. £660 A Dutch porttrait of John Wilkes W (1725-1797), politician andd agitator. Hiss imprisonmen nt for libel andd banishment ffrom the Housse of Common ns brought into to question the validity of parliamentary ellections. He a on the was arrested in 1763 for puublishing an attack opular causingg King's speechh. His case beecame very po violent public protests to the cry of "Wiilkes and ke his seat in Liberty". He was finally permitted to tak
£60 Jo ohn Wilkes (1725-1797), poolitician and agitator. a His im mprisonment for f libel and bbanishment fro om the House off Commons brrought into quuestion the vallidity of paarliamentary elections. e He w was arrested in n 1763 for pu ublishing an attack a on the K King's speech. His case beecame very po opular causingg violent publiic protests to th he cry of "Wilk kes and Libert rty". He was fiinally peermitted to tak ke his seat in 11774 and was elected Lord Mayor M of Lond don the same yyear. A copy of Magna Carta on desk. Stock: 49106
Iohn Wilkes W Electeed Knight off the Shire fo or Middlesex x on the XX XVIII.th of March, M MDCCLXVI M III by the Frree Voice of the People. 31 15.
[1 1768.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 180 x 110m mm (7 x 4¼'')). Trimmed, paaper tone. £130 Jo ohn Wilkes (1725-1797), poolitician and agitator. a His im mprisonment for f libel and bbanishment fro om the House off Commons brrought into quuestion the vallidity of paarliamentary elections. e He w was arrested in n 1763 for pu ublishing an attack a on the K King's speech. His case beecame very po opular causingg violent publiic protests to th he cry of "Wilk kes and Libert rty". He was fiinally peermitted to tak ke his seat in 11774 and was elected Lord Mayor M of Lond don the same yyear. Two boo oks on Lo ocke: Works & Sidney on G Government on o floor. Stock: 49107
John Wilkes, W Esq.rr. Elected a Member off Parliament for the Coounty of Mid ddlesex, 29 9th of March 1768, Aldderman of Fa arringdon Ward W Withou ut. 31 16.
Ju une delin et scculp. Printed & Sold by R Marshall M No.4 Aldermary A Chu urch Yard Lonndon. [n.d., c.1 1770.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 345 x 240m mm (13½ x 9½''). Trrimmed and creasing. £140 Jo ohn Wilkes (1725-1797), poolitician and agitator. a His im mprisonment for f libel and bbanishment fro om the House off Commons brrought into quuestion the vallidity of paarliamentary elections. e He w was arrested in n 1763 for pu ublishing an attack a on the K King's speech. His case beecame very po opular causingg violent publiic protests to th he cry of "Wilk kes and Libert rty". He was fiinally peermitted to tak ke his seat in 11774 and was elected Lord Mayor M of Lond don the same yyear. Stock: 49125
31 17. John Wilkes W Esq.rr. [n n.d., c.1763.] En ngraving. Platte: 155 x 105m mm (6 x 4'') very large margins. m £90 Jo ohn Wilkes (1725-1797), poolitician and agitator. a His im mprisonment for f libel and bbanishment fro om the House
of Commonss brought into question the validity v of parliamentaryy elections. He H was arrested d in 1763 for publishing ann attack on thee King's speecch. His case became veryy popular causiing violent pu ublic protests tto Wilkes and Libberty". He wass finally the cry of "W permitted to take his seat in i 1774 and was w elected Lo rd Mayor of Loondon the same year. On the desk is a coppy of the Magnaa Carta. Stock: 49118
318. Richa ard Cumberrland Esq.r.. G. Romney P Pinxit. Val. Grreen Sculpsit. J. Boydell excudit 17711. Published Oct.r O 28.th 177 71, by J. Boyddell Cheapside London. Engraver in C Mezzotint. 455 x 330mm (17¾ ( x 13"), large l margins.. £2660 1811), dramattist Portrait of Riichard Cumbeerland (1732-1 and civil servvant, best-knoown for his 1771 play 'The West Indian'. During the American A Warr of n forr a peace Independencce he secretly negotiated with Spain. Horne: 23, ii/ii. Whitman: 30. agreement w
A to Am merica in 1796 after being esscaped from Australia sm muggled onto the ship 'Otter er'. On its arriv val to Nootka So ound 'Otter' was w wrecked annd Muir was one o of only tw wo survivors. He H made the ddifficult journ ney to Panamaa an nd on his journ ney back to Eu Europe, from th he West In ndies he was wounded w whenn a British Naaval ship atttacked the Spanish ship he was on. He arrrived in Frrance in 1796 to a warm weelcome but dieed shortly affter. Illustratio on from ''Portrraits des Perso onnages Célebrés de la Revolution' R Paaris, 1796. Kivvell p. 210. Stock: 48721
The H Honourablee Thomas Mathews M Esq qr. Rear Admiiral of Greatt Britain & Admiral of the White S Squadron off his Majesties Fleet. Done from an Originall Painting ta aken on Board the N Namur in Hieres H Bay Ja any. 1742/3.. 319.
Arnulphy Pinnx. I.Faber feccit 1744. Pricee 2.d London Printed for Joohn Ryal.l & Rob.t R Withy at a Hogarth.s Head in Fleeet Street. Plate: 350 x 2550mm (13¾ x 9¾''). Small Mezzotint. P £2660 margins. A portrait off Thomas Mathhews (October 1676 – 2 R Navy, October 1751), a British officer of the Royal ws joined the who rose to tthe rank of admiral. Mathew navy in 16900 and saw servvice on a numb ber of ships, including durring the Nine Years' War an nd the War off the Spanish S Succession. Parker: P 596. C.S. C 237 only state. Stock: 48800
The V Very Rev.d Theobald Mathew, M Administerring the Tem mperance Plledge. 320.
[n.d., c.1838.] P 185 x 14 40mm (7¼ x Hand-coloured aquatint. Plate: £660 5½''). Damagge in margins.. A scene show wing Theobathh Mathew (17 790-1856), alsso known as Fatther Mathew who w was a maajor figure behind the Temperance moovement and Cork Society in the 19th century. Abstinence S Stock: 49033
Thom mas Muir. Le L cabinet de d St. Jameaa offrit à l'Esspagne troixx... 321.
F. Bonnevilee Del. et Sculpp. A Paris, Ruee S. Jacques, No.195 près St. Severin. Plate: 205 x 1225mm (8 x 5'')). Trimmed too Engraving. P plate on bottoom and right edges. e £1330 A portrait off Scottish polittical reformer Thomas Muirr ustralia for hiss (1765-1799) who was trannsported to Au political activvities in suppoort of the Fren nch Revolutionn, United Irishm men and Scotttish political reform. Muir
32 22. Theoba ald Wolfe Toone. E. Scriven sc. Published P by H Hunt & Clarkee, York Streett Covent Garden. [n.d., c.18300.] ngraving. Platte: 140 x 90m mm (5½ x 3½'')). Small En margins. m £75 A portrait of Th heobald Wolfe fe Tone (1763--1798) an Irish revolution nary figure whho was a found ding member off the United Irrishmen, leadeer of the 1798 Irish Rebellion and considered c as the father of Irish I reepublicanism. Stock: 48395
32 23. Archibald Bower E Esq.r George G Knapto on pinx.t. J.s M Mc.Ardell feciit [n.d., c.1760] Mezzotint, M platemark 350 x 2250 (14 x 10") very large margins. m Slightt crease througgh centre sligh htly showing on n front. £190 Archibald A Bow wer (1686x8-17766), religious co ontroversialistt and historicaal writer, born near Dundee. D As a young y man Boower entered th he Society of
Jesus in Rom me and lectured at Jesuit collleges in Italy before suddeenly leaving Perugia to returrn to Englandd, allegedly havving been disccovered in a lo ove affair withh a nun. In Englaand Bower coonverted to thee Church of England and wrote about bibliographic b history and me. ancient Rom His 'History of the Popes', a violent attaack on papal was publishedd between 1748 and the supremacy, w 1760s. Durinng the publicattion of the wo ork letters emerged purpporting to shoow that despitee his protestannt zeal Bower w was flirting wiith Catholicism m, shattering his reputationn. CS 27 (onlyy state); Whiteeman 174 ii/ii;; L.151. Stock: 48799
A silhouette portrait of Septim imus Courtney y, vicar of Charles Church h, Plymouth, 11832–43, in th he pulpit. Destroyed D by in ncendiary bom mbs, the churcch is now a memorial m to thee bombing of Plymouth durring the Seecond World War. W Stock: 48607
Joseph Eastburn. This Likeneess was ta aken in the Mariners M Chhurch witho out the kn nowledge orr desire of thhe Speaker. 32 26.
Bowman Pinx.tt I.L. Fredericck Sc. Copy Right R secured Aug.t A 12. 1822 Print.d by C. Woodward. Rare stipple. Sh heet: 350 x 2550mm (13¾ x 9¾''). Trrimmed within n plate, paperr tone and tearrs in edges. £120 A portrait of Jo oseph Eastburnn with a vigneette of the Mariners M Churcch below. Joseeph Fairburn (1748-1828) ( started the Mariners Church iin an attic in Market M Sttreet, Philadelphia in 1819. The congregaation was made m up of marriners and wass the second mariners m movement m in America. A The cchurch moved d to a new ch hurch in Water St. and laterr became part of the Prresbyterian ch hurch. Stock: 49063
32 27. The Re everend Mr.. John Edwa ards, Minister M of th he Gospel, aat Leeds in York-shire. Y J. Russell pinxiit. J. Watson ffecit. Printed for f John ublished as thhe Act directs July 2d. Binns Leeds. Pu 772. 17 Mezzotint. M Platte: 355 x 250m mm (14 x 9¾''). Surface diirt. £180 A portrait, in an n oval of Johnn Edwards (17 714-1785) who w was a dissenting ministeer who had beeen a Methodist M miniister but brokee with the Wesleyans and ministered m at White W Chapel iin Hunslet Lan ne, Leeds. Stock: 49036
32 28. The Re ev.d Jer.h Leearnoult Ga arrett P.R. Minister M of Sion Chapel,, Lant Streett, So outhwark. 324. The R Reverend Mr M Thomas Bradbury. B Mrs. Mary G Grace Pinx. J. Faber F fecit. Prrinted for Johnn Bowles, at N No. 13 in Cornnhill. Price 2. Shill. S Fine mezzotiint. Plate: 355 x 250mm (14 4 x 9¾'') very large marginns. £2660 59), dissentingg Portrait of Thhomas Bradbuury (1677-175 minister; seaated facing front, in clerical dress withoutt a r on a wig, left handd on his knee,, right elbow resting table beside a book, docum ment and ink stand. s Curtainn and bookshellves behind. After Mary G Grace (d. 17866). Stock: 48801
Rev. Septimus Courtney, C M.A. M Late Vicar of Ch harles Plymouth. _ Died d March 7th h 1843, Aged d 63. 325.
Forward pinxx. Rogers scullp. Plymouth, John Bennettt, No 3. Ebrigtoon Place, and 53, Paternoster Row, London. mile signaturee. Sheet 330 x Steel engraviing with facsim 235mm (13 x 9¼"). £995
[n n.d., c.1800.] Rare etching. Plate:165 P x 1100mm (6½ x 4¼''). Marking. M £45 A portrait of dissenting preaccher Jeremiah h Learnoult Garrett, G who claimed that as a child he had d seen a viision of Christt, he attended services held by followers off John Wesley y. Garrett preaached in variou us places in Lo ondon includiing Islington aand Southwark k. Stock: 49086
32 29. Dr. Gutzlaff. [in in nk below.] Drawing D by Bearblock. [in ppencil below.] [n.d., c.1840.] heet: 300 x 2440mm (11¾ x 9½''). £260 Peen and ink. Sh A portrait of Geerman, Lutherran minister Charles C Gutzlaff G (1803--1851) who tra ravelled to the Far East, seerving as an in nterpreter duriing the First Opium O War. He H was the firstt missionary tto China who wore Chinese clothin ng. Drawn by James Bearbllock of Kings College. Stock: 49112
Veraa Effigies Reeverendido.n ni Ioseohi Hall Norvicc Episcopi.
33 35. The Re ev.d John W Wesley. A.M. Literary Magazine. M
[Crispijn vann Queborn.] [11650.] Engraving. P Plate: 310 x 1880mm (12 x 7'') large margins. £1660 A portrait off Joseph Hall, Bishop of Norwich (1574o at the basse of which arre 1656) set in a decorative oval, two cherubs, mathematicaal and scientifiic apparatus, instruments aand music.
Drawn D & Engraaved by T. Hoolloway. Publiished as the Act A directs 1 March M 1792 byy C. Forster Po oultry. En ngraving. Platte: 180 x 115m mm (7 x 4½''). Thread margins. m £85 A portrait of En nglish cleric an and theologian n John Wesley W (1703-1 1791) who, alo long with Chaarles Wesley an nd George Wh hitefield foundded the Metho odist movement. m
Reveerendus adm modum in Ch hristo Paterr Joannes Pootter Episcop pus Oxonien nsis. 331.
M. Dahl pinxx. Geo: Vertuee Sculp. 1727. Sold by G; Vertue in Broownlow Streeet Drury Lane.. Engraving. S Sheet: 385 x 275mm (15 x 10¾''). 1 Trimm med within plate. £1440 o Canterbury John Potter A portrait off Archbishop of (1674-1747).. Stock: 48783
The R Rev.d Timothy Priestley y Minister oof the Gospel in London &c. & Authorr of the New w Evangelicaal Faily Biblee, A Sermon n on the Death of Laady Huntinggdon,_an Ordination Sermon,_th he Christian n's Looking Glass, &c. &c. 332.
33 36. Effigiess Doctissimii Uiri D:ni Francisci F White, W S.T. Professoris P eet Ecclesiæ Cathis C Carleolensis C Decani D Ao Æ Æta 59. Wisdome and grrace, see in that t modestt looke Trueeth's trriumph, erro ors downfalll, in this boo oke Mærebunt M piiscatoriesIsaa. 19.8. T. Cocksonus sculp. s [1624.] ngraving. Sheeet: 180 x 110m mm (7 x 4¼'')). Trimmed, En so ome staining. £120 A portrait of Frrancis White w while Dean off Carlisle. Frrontispiece to 'Reply to Jesuuit Fisher' 162 24. Stock: 49098
Published byy Alex.r Hogg No.16 Patern noster Row, July 27, 17922_Price 2''/6d.. Mezzotint. P Plate: 340 x 2445mm (13½ x 9¾'') very larrge £2660 margins. Creease. A portrait off English indeppendent minisster Timothy Priestly (1734-1814) who was also a collaborator in making electtrical apparatuus. Stock: 49090
The R Rev.d Timothy Priestley y Minister oof the Gospel in London &c. & Authorr of the New w Evangelicaal Faily Biblee, A Sermon n on the Death of Laady Huntinggdon,_an Ordination Sermon,_th he Christian n's Looking Glass, &c. &c. 333.
Published byy Alex.r Hogg No.16 Patern noster Row, July 27, 17922_Price 2''/6d.. Mezzotint. P Plate: 340 x 2445mm (13½ x 9¾'') very larrge £2660 margins. A portrait off English indeppendent minisster Timothy Priestly (1734-1814) who was also a collaborator in making electtrical apparatuus. Stock: 49089
334. Henrricus Sachev verell S.T.P. A. Russell piinx. Geo: Verttue sculp: 171 14. Engraving. P Plate: 370 x 2660mm (14½ x 10¼'') large margins. £1880 y Sacheverell A portrait off Anglican clerrgyman Henry (1674-1724) whose impeaachment in 1710 led to riotinng wer in the following year. and the Toriees gaining pow Stock: 48795
33 37. [Rev.d George Wh hitefield.] [n n.d., c.1790.] En ngraving. Rich impression. Plate: 170 x 120mm (6¾ x 4¾''). Trimmeed to plate. £95 A profile portraait George Whhitefield (1714 4-1770) who was w a Methodisst evangelist, w with views mo ore Calvinistic than n those of Johnn Wesley, from whom he brroke away in 1741. 1 The Ang nglican Church h had not asssigned him a pulpit so he bbegan preachin ng in parks, fieelds and open n spaces in Enggland, and he earned
respect and ffavour in Walees, Scotland and a America. His sermons were often puublished, adveertised before he 8 he establisheed arrived to ensure large turnnouts. In 1738 a opened Moorfields an orphanagee in Georgia and Tabernacle inn 1741, and thhe Chapel in Tottenham T Court Road iin 1756. Stock: 48227
nderneath is a vignette landdscape featurin ng animals un in ncluding an eleephant, lion annd camel, with h a volcano. Buffon published thirty-five quarto volum mes of his Histoire H Natureelle during hiss lifetime; one additional vo olume based on o his notes w was published in i 1789 after hiis death. Engraved after Fraançois-Hubert Drouais, this was w a frontispieece to one of tthe volumes of o an English ed dition. Wellcome: 475-13 Stock: 48915
Georgee Louis Le C Clerc, Countt de Buffon. In ntendant du u Jardin du R Roy, et des Académies A Franç.se et des Sçiences, et de celles de Londres, L Edimbourg et dde Berlin. 34 41.
Drouais D Pinxit 1761. C. Baroon Sculp. et M.r M Drouais, diirexit. [n.d., c.1800.] En ngraving. 230 0 x 185mm (9 x 7¼") Smalll margins on 3 sides. £140 ortrait bust off Georges-Louuis Leclerc, Co omte de Po Buffon (1707 - 1788), Frenchh naturalist, in n an oval. mes of his Buffon published thirty-five quarto volum Histoire H Natureelle during hiss lifetime; one additional vo olume based on o his notes w was published in i 1789 after hiis death. Engraved after Fraançois-Hubert Drouais, this was w a frontispieece to one of tthe volumes. Wellcome: W 47 75-1 Stock: 48916
34 42. Iohn Evans, the Illl favor'd Asttrologer, of Wales. W
338. [The Virgin Teaching Christ to Read.] Guercino invv. F. Bartolozzzi sculp. [n.d.,, c.1783.] Stipple, prooof before title, fine impression. Plate: 3200 x 235mm (12½ ½ x 9¼''). Smaall margins. Slight S repairs tto corners in maargin. £2220 A scene in w which Mary teaaches her son to read using a sheet of papeer with the alpphabet on it. This T appeared iin Boydells' 'Seeventy-three prints...from th he original drawings...inn the Collectioon of His Majeesty' De Vesm me 2189.II Stock: 48985
339. D.r B Buchan, Skeetch'd from Life. L [n.d., c.1800.] 5½ x 4¼''). £660 Engraving, raare. Sheet: 140 x 110mm (5 A profile porrtrait of Scottiish physician William W Buchan (17229-1805) authoor of 'Domestiic Medicine'. Stock: 48401
G.L. Le Clerc Coount de Bufffon. Authorr of Natural History. 340.
Meyron del. [after Françoiis-Hubert Dro ouais] Romneyy sculp.t. Londdon, Publishedd by Tho.s Kelly, Paternosteer Row, 1821. Stipple and eengraving. 2555 x 190mm (10 x 7½") Smaall margins. £995 Louis Leclerc, Comte de Portrait bust of Georges-L Buffon (17077 - 1788), Frennch naturalist, in an oval;
Pu ublished by I. Caulfield Febb.y 1. 1794. En ngraving. Platte: 180 x 105m mm (7 x 4¼''). Laid on allbum sheet. £60 A portrait of the 'ill-favouredd' Welsh astrologer John Ev vans, active in n the 17th cenntury. After a painting p by Jo ohn Bulfinch. Stock: 48878
34 43. Edward Forbes [faacsimile sign nature]. T.H. Maguire 1850. M. & H.. Hanhart Imp p. c collé. Prrinted area 29 90 x 240mm Liithograph on chine (1 11½ x 9½"), Pt blind stamp of the Ipswich Museum. £190 Ed dward Forbes (1815-54), M Manx marine naturalist: n prrofessor of botany at King'ss College London, 1843; paalaeontologistt to the Geologgical Survey of o Great Britain, 1844; professor p of naatural history to the Royal G Scchool of Minees, 1851; presiident of the Geological So ociety of Lond don; professorr of natural hiistory at the University U of Edinburgh, E 18554. Published d in 1847 "T Travels in Lyccia". Mentor tto Huxley. Frrom the seriess 'Ipswich Musseum Portraits'. Wellcome 10 002-2. Stock: 48440
[David William Miitchell] D.W W. Mitchell [ffacsimile signature]. 34 44.
T.H. Maguire 1850. M. & H.. Hanhart Imp p. c collé. Prrinted area 29 90 x 240mm Liithograph on chine (1 11½ x 9½"), very large marggins; blind staamp of the Ip pswich Museu um. £190 David D William Mitchell (18113-59), zoolog gist and illlustrator, the first f paid secreetary of the Zo oological
Society of Loondon. While illustrating George G Robert Gray's 'Geneera of Birds' (ppublished (184 44-9) he was assisted by Jooseph Wolf. From the seriies 'Ipswich Museum M Portraaits'. Wellcom me 2019-1. Stock: 48443
A portrait of Caarlo Ferrari, w who begged peennies in the streets of Londo on, exhibitingg a little cage of o pet mice an nd tortoise, an nd was cruellyy murdered forr the sake of hiis body. John Bishop and Th Thomas Williams murdered hiim and sold hiis corpse to thhe doctors at th he anatomy scchool for disseection. Stock: 49054
345. Richa ard Owen [ffacsimile sig gnature]. T.H. Maguiree 1850. M. & H. Hanhart Im mp. Lithograph oon chine collé.. Printed area 290 x 240mm m (11½ x 9½"), very large margins; m blind stamp of the Ipswich Musseum. £2880 Sir Richard O Owen (1804 -992) KCB, Eng glish biologistt, comparative anatomist andd palaeontolog gist, famed forr word Dinosaurria (meaning 'Terrible coining the w Reptile') andd for his outspooken oppositio on to Charles Darwin's theoory of evolutiion. From the seriies 'Ipswich Museum M Portraaits'. Wellcom me 2197-3
Old Isa aac Joules. A Well know wn Gipsy in n Somersetsh hire. 34 49.
Drawn D from Life, & on Stonne by S. C. Jon nes. A. Po ocock lith. Bristol. Publisheed by J. Wherreat, Weston Su uper Mare. [n.d., c.1840.] Rare tinted litho ograph. Sheett: 380 x 275m mm (15 x 10 0¾'') large maargins. £260 A portrait of an n old man, a knnife sharpenerr, in the diistance are Flaat Holm and SSteep Holm, isslands in the Bristol Channel. Stock: 48798
346. W. Spence [facsiimile signatu ure]. T.H. Maguiree 1849. M. & H. Hanhart Im mp. Lithograph oon chine collé.. Printed area 290 x 240mm m (11½ x 9½"), blind stamp of the Ipswich h Museum. £1660 William Spennce (c.1783 – 6 January 1860), British economist annd entomologiist, one of thee founders of the Society oof Entomologiists of London n in 1833, becoming itss president in 1847. 1 From the seriies 'Ipswich Museum M Portraaits'. Wellcom me 1792-3. Stock: 48439
Richard Penderill.. Called by K. Charles th he Second Trusty Dick F For concealing Him in an n Oak Tree 35 50.
Zo oust pinxt. R. Houston fecitt. Done from the Original in n the Collectio on of Charles JJennens Esqr. Mezzotint. M Sheet: 325 x 225m mm (13 x 9'').. Trimmed an nd laid on albu um sheet. £180 Richard Penderrel (d.1672) w was a yeoman and royalist sy ympathiser, bo orn in Shropshhire, who assisted in Charles II's escape after the bbattle of Worccester and was w thus reward ded by the kinng after the Reestoration. En ngraved after a portrait by G Gilbert Soest (1600?1 1681), Dutch portrait p painteer and rival to Sir Peter Leely in London n CS: 88. Stock: 48907
35 51. John Philips Esq. Obiit II.do Februarii MDCCCXXI M IV, Ætatis X XC. Jo oseph Allen Piinx.t 1810. Joh ohn Horsburgh h Sculp.t. Prrinted by McQ Queen. Privatee Plate. Sttipple on chine collé, very ffine impressio on. 470 x 34 45mm (18½ x 13½"). £110 Jo ohn Philips (17 734-1824) in hhis library. BM M: 19 915,0216.68. Stock: 48441
347. [Dela arom.] [n.d., c.1819.] mm (10½ x 13 3¾''). Trimmedd Stipple. Sheeet: 270 x 350m within plate. Foxing. £880 A portrait off Delarom, knoown as the Faiir Circassian mpanion of thee Persian who was the favourite com ambassador iin 1819. Delarrom is shown lying on a soffa. Stock: 48855
The IItalian Boy. Who is sup pposed to have been B Burked. 348.
Pub.d by Treegear, 123 Cheeapside. [n.d.,, c.1831.] Lithograph. S Sheet: 330 x 270mm 2 (13 x 10½'') large margins. £1330
35 52. [Chess Match.] C.W. Ross 1848. [Paul Gaucci.] Liithograph, scaarce. Sheet: 3005 x 400mm (12 x 15¾''). Trrimmed and creasing. Diago gonal crease accross top rig ght corner. £190 A double portraait of George Spencer, 6th Duke D of Marlborough M (1 1793-1857) annd Sir John Sccott Burdon Saanderson (182 28-1905) show wn playing cheess. Stock: 48235
35 53. Lord Mountstuart M t. Paainted by Mr. Hone, and Enngrav'd by Cap pt. Bailiie. Oct.r O the 20th 1779. 1 A very fine stip pple, printed inn sanguine. Pllate: 280 x 19 90mm (11 x 7½''). Thread m margins. Mou uld on top of 18 8th century alb bum sheet. £260
Portrait of Joohn Stuart, 1stt Marquess off Bute (17441814) after thhe painting byy Nathaniel Ho one. Engravedd by Captain W William Bailliee (1723-1810)), who retired from the arm my in 1761 andd thereafter deevoted himselff to printmakinng and dealingg. He specialissed in imitatinng old-master drrawings and prints, p using a variety of printmaking techniques. See S ref: 12267 for a later issue printedd in black ink. Stock: 48789
The R Right Hon.b ble Charles Lord L Viscount T Townshend. 354.
G. Kneller S.R. Imp. et Mag. Brit. Baronet.s Pinx. J. d by B: Simon fecit. Cum privilegio Regis. Sold h Against Exeter E Changee Dickinson att Inigo Jones head in the Strandd. I. Smith ex. [n.d., c.1725.] Mezzotint. P Plate: 350 x 2550mm (13¾ x 9¾''). Markinng. £1880 Thread marggins. Charles Tow wnshend, 2nd Viscount V Tow wnshend (167551738), Statessman and agriculturalist. Ch harles Townshend eentered politiccs as a young man. Despite being a very poor speaker,, he led a distiinguished careeer mat. He was ressponsible for a as a statesmaan and diplom number of innnovations inccluding the inttroduction of large-scale tuurnip cultivatiion into Englaand, for whichh he gained thee nickname 'T Turnip Townsh hend'. His second wife, Dorothy, wass the sister of the Whig Prim me Minister Robbert Walpole. Stock: 48790
355. Wood dburn. 28 April 1834. mm (7½ x 5'') large marginss. Etching. Platte: 190 x 125m Faint text. £665 a on a sofa. Ex A portrait off a man lying asleep Collection thhe Hon. Christtopher Lennoxx-Boyd. Stock: 48582
356. Gusttavus Vaugh han Brooke. Engraved byy D. Pound, froom a Daguerreeotype by Fitzgibbon of St. Louis. Thhe London Printing and Company. [n.dd., c.1860] Publishing C Engraving. S Sheet: 255 x 160mm (10 x 6¼''). 6 Trimmeed. Central creasse. £775 A portrait off Irish stage acctor Gustavus Vaughan Brooke (1818-1866) who enjoyed succeess in Ireland, med at Sydneey England and Australia, whhere he perform urning to and Melbourrne 1855-18600. He died retu Australia, whhen the overlooaded SS Lond don floundereed in the Bay off Biscay, with a single lifeboat with 19 people survinng out of 239.. Kivell p. 44. Stock: 48403
Admiration, A as the Sautbboy, Strangee Flute in Consort C with h the Bagpippe, Dulcimerr and Trumpet; T and designs too make Mach hines to pllay on almost all Sorts oof Music. Hee is no less em minent for Writing, W Draawing of Co oats of Arms, A and Piictures to thhe Life, with a pen; He allso plays at Cards and D Dice. perforrms Tricks with w Cups an nd Balls, Corrn and live birds; b and pllays at Skitttles or Nine= =Pins to a grreat Nicety, with w several other o Perforrmances, to the generall Sa atisfaction of o all Spectaators. [cc.1724.] Sttipple and eng graving. Printeed border 300 x 195mm (1 11¾ x 7¾"). Framed. Tiny ccrack on border at bottom. Unexamined U ou ut of frame. £680 A self-portrait of o Matthias Buuchinger (167 74-1740), a German G artist, performer, p maarksman, mag gician and caalligrapher. Hee was particullarly noted forr his micrography m (illlustrations coonsisting of veery small teext): on this po ortrait his hairr is made up of seven biiblical psalms and the Lord''s Prayer. Faamous through hout Europe, hhe married four times faathered fourteeen children beetween 1702-2 29 in places ass disparate as Oldenburg, N Nottingham, Zu urich, Lo ondon, Belfasst, Cork (wherre he died), an nd Dublin. In n 2016 the Meetropolitan Muuseum of Art hosted h an ex xhibiton ''Worrdplay: Matthiias Buchingerr’s Inventive Drawings D from the Collection on of Ricky Jay''. BM 19 914,0520.556 (formerly own wned by Sir Josseph Banks). Stock: 48757
[Matthias Buchin nger] Londo on, April thee 29th. 1724. This is the Effigies of Mr. M Matthew w Buchinger,, being Draw wn and Writtten by himself. He is the won nderful little man of butt 29. inches h high, born without w hand ds, feet, or thighs, Jun ne the 2. 1674. in Germa any, in the Marquisatee of Branden nburgh, nea ar to Nurenburggh [...] This little l man peerforms succh Wonders aas have never been donee by any; bu t Himself. He plays on various v Sortss of Music too 357.
35 58. Madam me Caradon Allan. Pu ublished by M.r M Ainsworth,, 27, Old Bond St., Lo ondon, June, 1828. Printed by Engelman nn, Graf, Coindet & Co. [n.d., c.1830.]] Liithograph. Sheeet: 225 x 1400mm (9 x 5½''). Foxing. £75 A portrait of the French operratic soprano Maria M Caradori Allan (1800-1865). She was half Russian. Stock: 49071
Pauliine Duvernaay. The Cacchoucha Dance. Arrranged for th he Flute. 359.
Madeley, lithho, Wellingtonn St. Strand. [n.d., c.1837.] A rare lithoggraph. Sheet: 155 1 x 255mm (6 x 10''). Staining at eddges. £2330 A portrait off popular balleerina Pauline Duvernay D o Queen Victo oria, shown inn (1812-1894),, a favourite of the role of Fllorinda the herroine of Jean Caralli's 'Le Diable Boîteuux'. Accompaanying the porrtrait is the music for thee Cachoucha Dance, D a Span nish dance witth origins in Cuuba that is the highlight of th he ballet, arranged for the flute. Thee portrait is a reduced r versioon p by Madeley M in of a portrait oof Duvernay published 1837. Stock: 48935
360. [The Marble Ma aiden.] J. Brandard. [n.d., c.1847.]] ½x Hand-coloured lithograph.. Sheet: 290 x 230mm (11½ £1330 9''). Trimmedd. Slight creaasing on left. A scene from m 'The Marblee Maiden' chorreographed byy Arthur Saint--Léon in 18477. The ballerin na Adele Dumilâtre (1821-1909) is shown in a wh hite dress on 815-1898) loooks top of a podiuum while Luccien Petipa (18 at her adoringgly.
64. [Joseph h Harford.] 36 [n n.d., c.1790.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 220 x 135m mm (8¾ x 5¼ ¼''). Trimmed. A portrait of Jo oseph Harford looking to the right. The sitter, identified d in pencil bellow the imagee as 'Harford Gloucestershire G e', was one of the members of the Harford H family, a successful banking and manufacturing m H was a family in Brisstol. Joseph Harford fin nanical backer of Richard C Champion's Bristol China Works. W Harford emigrated too South Carollina, where hiis business weent bust. Stock: 48217
36 65. John Hamilton H Mooore, Hydro ographer to His H Royal Highness the D Duke of Clarence. [n n.d., c.1800.] Rare engraving g. Sheet: 170 x 110mm (6¾ x 4¼''). Trrimmed and laaid on album ssheet. £130 A portrait of Sccottish teacherr of navigation n, chartseller an nd hydrograph her John Hami milton Moore (1738-1807). Stock: 48748
The L Last Stone of o Drury La ane Theatre,, not Elliston ne, nor Winsstone but Ph hil-Stone. 361.
J.W. Gear deel.t. Drawn froom Life on Sto one & Pub.d bby J.W. Gear, 1666, Strand, neear the New Sttrand Theatre.. W. Day Lith.r to the King 17 Gate St. Rare lithograaph, printed onn chine collé. Printed area: 285 x 205mm m (11¼ x 8'') very v large margins. Markinng. £2660 A portrait off Phil Stone whho was the staage-property manager at thhe Drury Lanee Theatre. Stock: 48885
Veraa Effigies Samuelis Botleey: Ano. 16774 Ætat Sua. 333 Ampliat Ætatis Spattium Sibiuirr Bonus Hocc Est Vivere Bis Vita Posse Priori Ervi. Arts faire disclosing bud peeps out and showes, Virrtues Blossoomes early blowes... b 362.
[1674.] Sheet: 145 x 85mm (5¾ x 3¼''). Trimmedd. Engraving. S £1440 A portrait off stenographer Samuel Botleey (1640-16777), frontispiece tto 'Maximum in minimo, orr Mr. Jeremiahh Richs pens ddexterity comppleated' 1674. Stock: 49100
363. Robeert Davies. R. Martin & Co. lithog. 266, Long Acre, London. [n.d ., c.1837.] 4 x 345mm (17¾ x 13½'''). Scarce lithoggraph. Sheet: 450 £2440 Tears, markinng and staininng. Trimmed. A portrait off patriotic blaccksmith Roberrt Davies who voted Liberaal at Wakefieldd. Stock: 48882
James Neild, Esq. The Visitorr of Prisons.. Born B May 24 4, 1744; Diedd Feb. 26 1814. 36 66.
Gent: G Mag. Aprril 1817. Pl.II . p.305. Engraaving, rare. Pllate: 120 x 80m mm (4¾ x 3¼ ¼''). £90 A portrait of jew weller and priison reformer James Neild (1 1744-1814). Stock: 48402
36 67. Sockos se boxant. N No.10. Liith. de A. Cheeyère. Gentry, Editeur. [n.d., c.1830.] Sccarce hand-co oloured lithogrraph. Sheet: 335 x 240mm (1 13¼ x 9½''). Foxing. £260 A scene showin ng two monkeeys dressed in human cllothes boxing. Stock: 49028
368. Simo on Lord Fraaser of Lovatt. [London: R. Walker, 17466.] mm (12¾ x 8¼ ¼"). Trimmed Etching. Sheeet 325 x 210m within plate. £3660 he famous A rare item sshowing reverrsed copy of th caricature poortrait of Simoon Fraser (166 67?-1747), 11tth Baron Lovat,, the Jacobite executed at th he age of eight hty for high treasson in the 17445 Rising. This version was published in ''The Lifee and Adventures oof Lord Lovatt" by Rev. Arcchibald Arbuthnot off Kiltarlity. 17746. BM Satiree 2813. See Paulson: 1666. Stock: 48808
Mezzotint M with original colouur. 360 x 255m mm (14¼ x 10 0"). £420 Caricature portrrait of a man w with long curlled hair and beeard, wearing a fur-trimmedd cloak and taasselled cap, lo ooking down adoring a onto thhe money bag g he hugs to hiimself, with an nother spillingg coins on thee table before hiim. To the leftt is a quill in aan ink-pot and da prromissory note. After Georgge van der Miijn. A Jewish im mage. Stock: 48875
37 71. An Election Ball. G. G Cruikshank. [n.d., c.1813.., but later imp pression.] Hand-coloured H etching. 'J. W Whatman 1834 4' watermark. Pllate: 140 x 190mm (5½ x 7 ½''), with very y large margins. m Paper tone. £120 A scene in a pro ovincial assem mbly room with a musician gaallery on the left, various coouples dance while w some gu uests walk from the side. BM M Satire 1343 32. Stock: 49091
37 72. Father Paul in his Cups, or the Private Devotion D of a Convent. SSee with theese friars ho ow Religion n thrives... Lo ondon, printed d for R. Sayerr & J. Bennettt Map & Prrintsellers No..53 Fleet Streeet, as the Act directs 25 April A 1778. Original O hand-ccoloured mezzzotint. Plate: 350 3 x 250mm (1 13¾ x 9¾''). Small margins.. Paper tone, foxing and daamage to edgees & margins. Few worm ho oles on left. £320 A group of mon nks sit aroundd a table drinking. Text from R.B. Sherridan's popularr comic operaa 'The Duenna' D is inscribed below thhe image. BM M Satire 4626. Exx. Collection the t Hon. Chriistopher Lenno ox-Boyd. Stock: 48844
Racccolta di XXIV V. Caricatu ure Disegnatte colla pennaa dell Celebrre Cavlliere Piet: Leon:: Ghezzi. Coonservati nelll Gabinetto di Sua Maesta il R Re di Poloniaa Elett: di Sassonia. 369.
Matth: Oesteerreich sculpsiit Dresdae. Neell Anno MDCCL. Si Vende a Dressda: da Georgee Conrado Walther: Libbraro di Corte. Rare & compplete. 24 platees with frontisspiece. Folio 405 x 265mm m (16 x 10½'')). 19th century y cloth, morocco letteering piece to spine. Ex Lib bris Robert Milnes-Crew we. Light foxinng to margins,, binding wornn and stained. £48000 R court A complete sset of 24 cariccatures of the Roman and its foreiggn visitors. Affter Pier Leonee Ghezzi (167741755), probaably the first professional caaricaturist. Based in Rom me, Ghezzi moved m freely am mongst the Italian nobiliity, even assocciating with Pope Clement XI. His satiriical portraits include i one off Vivaldi and several Britissh grand touriists. Ex: Collection West Horsley Placce. Stock: 49146
The U Usurer. Wiith Rapture Gripus hugggs his Gold... 370.
Vandermijn ppinx. Wilson Fecit. Printed for Rob.t Sayyer opposite Fettter Lane Fleett Street [n.d., c.1785.] c
37 73. Father Paul in his Cups_or, The private Devotion D of a Convent. IIn the Duen nna. Prrinted for Cariington Bowless, No. 69 in St. S Pauls Church yard, London, Publissh'd as the Actt directs. Mezzotint. M Platte: 150 x 110m mm (6 x 4¼'') very large margins. m £130 A scene in a mo onastery in whhich a group of o monks drrink around a large table, att the head of th he table sits a veery large monk. Reference tto R.B. Sherid dan's popular co omic opera 'Th he Duenna'. T Two open boo oks on floor Th he Roman Rittual and The W Woman of Pleeasure. BM Sa atire 3781 (reduced versionn). Ex. Collecction the Hon. Christopher C Lennox-Boyd. Stock: 48833
Father Paul in his Cups, or the Private Devotion D of a Convent. SSee, with these Friars ho ow religion thrives... 37 74.
[A After Robert Dighton.] D Print nted for & Sold d by Carington Bow wles, at his Map ap & Print Waarehouse, No.69 N in St. Pauls Church Ya Yard, London. Published as th he Act directs. Mezzotint. M Platte: 355 x 250m mm (14 x 9¾''). Damaged., marking. m Tears in edges. £180 A scene in a mo onastery in whhich a group of o monks drrink around a large table, att the head of th he table sits a
very large moonk. Text from m R.B. Sherid dan's hugely popular comiic opera 'The Duenna' are in nscribed below w the image. T Two open books on floor Th he Roman Ritual and Thhe Woman off Pleasure. BM M Satire 3781. Ex. Collectioon the Hon. Chhristopher Len nnox-Boyd. Stock: 48831
Fatheer Paul distu urb'd or thee LayBrother rep prov'd. Thee Door resou unds, the toping Fath her's fly... 375.
Printed for & Sold by Cariington Bowles, at his Map & Print Warehoouse, No.69 inn St. Pauls Ch hurch Yard, London. Pubblished as the Act A directs 10 0.th Nov.r 17777. Mezzotint. Sheet: 370 x 2550mm (14½ x 9¾''). Trimmed, daamage to edgees. £1880 A scene in a monastry in which w a fat mo onk berrates a p In thee younger, tall monk for distturbing their prayers. background a third monk goes g behind a curtain behinnd which womeen can be seenn. Text from R.B. R Sheridan'ss hugely popullar comic operra 'The Duenn na' are inscribeed below the thee image. BM Satire S 3782. Ex. E Collection the Hon. Chrristopher Lennnox-Boyd. Stock: 48829
376. The S Sausage Wooman. Printed for C Carington Bow wles, Map & Printseller, P No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London n. Publish'd a s the Act direccts, [May 17922]. Mezzotint. P Plate: 355 x 2550mm (14 x 9¾ ¾'') large c left. margins. Creeasing in centrre, slight tear centre £2330 A scene in a city street shoowing a grotessque woman wing embers, watched w over bby frying sausagges over glow two boys andd a man. Ex. Collection C the Hon. Christopher L Lennox-Boydd. Stock: 48830
79. [Charm ming - well aagain.] 37 [b by James Gillrray.] [Publish''d Jany. 28th. 1804, by H. Humphrey, H St James's J Streett, London.] Hand-coloured H mm (9 x 7''). etching. Sheeet: 225 x 175m Trrimmed to image £140 A convalescentt, still wearingg a nightcap, sits s at small diinner-table, his appetite resttored. He hold ds up a glass off wine with a smile s of satisffaction and is about to caarve a bird. Beehind his chair ir stands a stou ut footman in liv very, pleased with the imprrovement. One O in a series (with 'Gentle Emetic', 'Tak king Physic', 'B Brisk - Catharttic' & 'Breathinng a Vein'), all of which ap ppear in Hump phrey's shop w window in Gilllray's 'Very Sllippy-Weatherr' (1808), alonngside some of o Gillray's more m famous saatires. As the ddisplay celebrrates Gillray's do omestic arrang gements (it inc ncludes two prrints in which Hannah H Humph hrey, Gillray'ss partner and publisher, p is reecognisable) itt is conceivablle that the pattient in this saatire is Gillray y himself. Thee series certain nly had significance forr the caricaturrist. BM Satirees 10307. Stock: 48770
38 80. Humou urous Designns by M. E. Esq. Lo ondon; Publisshed by Thom mas McLean, Repository R of Wit W and Humou ur, 26, Haymaarket. 1826. Price Half-aGuinea. G A complete set of 5 aquatintss, with wrappeers. Plate: 20 00 x 210mm (8 ( x 8¼''). Mou ounted in album m sheets. £680 A series of fivee humourous ddesigns which h show figuress go oing about theeir daily lives. Titles of the plates: 'A Morning M Call'; 'A Helping H Hand'; 'Killing No Murder'; 'N New way to paay old debts' an and 'The Feelin ng Heart'. Back wrapper carries c Advertts for various sets of prints & books published by McLeean. Hickman: p. 42-47. Stock: 48550
Fortu une's Laddeer, (To Be Read R From The Bottom m Up). The drift of thiss Ladder to well comprrehend, Tak ke a Paddy's advice, and d begin at thee end. 377.
[n.d., c.1820.] Sheet: 245 x 105mm (9¾ x 4''). 4 Trimmedd Engraving. S and laid on aalbum sheet, sttaining. £995 An advert forr lottery tickerts, starting att the bottom o f the vignettes a poor man decides d to buy y a ticket, he f and fortu une. then wins and goes on to fame Stock: 48950
378. Everry Man Thin nks His Own n Geese Swans. R. Sharpshoooter, fec. Pub. Oct. 12 1829 9 by S. Gans, 115 Southamptonn Street, Strannd, sole publisher of Paul Pry's caricatuures. Hand-coloured etching. Shheet: 230 x 35 50''(9 x 14''). m sheet. Trimmed andd laid on album £2660 A scene in a sitting room in i which a larg ge man is w behind him m shown sittingg in a chair wiith his large wife and three plaain, dressed upp daughters staanding infrontt of him. An ettching by Johnn Phillips, wh ho impersonateed William Heaath by claimingg to be 'Paul Pry'. P Stock: 48526
38 81. Father Paul disturrb'd or the LayL Brother B reprov'd. Prrinted for Cariington Bowless, No.69 in Stt. Pauls Church Yard, London. L Publissh'd as the Acct directs. Mezzotint. M Sheet: 150 x 110m mm (6 x 4¼'')). Trimmed, laaid on card. £60
A scene in a monastry in which w a fat mo onk berrates a p In thee younger, tall monk for distturbing their prayers. background a third monk goes g behind a curtain behinnd which womeen can be seenn. BM Satire 3782 (reduced version). Stock: 48838
382. New way to pay old debts. M.E. Esq.r ddel. G. Hunt scculp. Pub.d by y Tho.s M.cLean, 26 Haymarket 1825. P 195 x 20 00mm (7¾ x Hand-coloured aquatint. Plate: £1440 8''), with veryy large marginns. A comic scenne in which a man is greeteed in the streett by a doctor w who requests payment p for lo ooking after thhe man's wife too which the man m replies witth a humourouus retort. Hickm man: p.46 Stock: 48551
Extraa Duty_or, The T Priest ta aking propeer Care of hiss Legacy. 383.
Printed for C Carington Bow wles, No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yardd, London. Pubblish'd as the Act A directs. [n.d., c.1780.] w Plaate: 150 x Mezzotint. 18th century watermark; £1330 110mm (6 x 4¼''). p holds a crucifix over a A sccene in a bedroom, a priest woman lyingg in her deathbbed while her husband criess facing away from the scenne. Behind them three otherr i sacks and d take them monks emptyy a cupboard into away. BM Saatire 3783 (redduced version n). Stock: 48834
Merrrily Danced the Quakerr's Wife... Illustration ns of Populaar Songs by H.K.No.4. H 384.
Published at Tregears Com mic Print Shop p, 96 Cheapsidde, London. [n.dd., c.1830.] Hand-coloured lithograph.. Sheet: 350 x 280mm (13¾ ¾x £1110 11''). Stainingg. A comic scenne showing a Quaker couplle jumping up and down aftter being firedd at by a man with w a rifle. Stock: 49080
Fron ntispiece. A Quaker being in company w with a handssome young lady, (one oof the sisterhoood) who complained off the great heat... 385.
[n.d., c.1830.] S 165 x 90mm 9 (6½ x Hand-coloured woodcut. Sheet: med and laid onn album sheett. Tears. £995 3½''). Trimm A comic porttrait of a Quakker, Ephram Broadbrim, B thee text below deescribes his diiscussion with h a young woman abouut her petticoatt.
38 87. Sad Slo oppy Weathher. [JJames Gillray.] London, Pubblish'd Februaary 10th 1808 by y H. Humphreey No.27 St. JJames's Street.. Hand-coloured H 85mm (9½ x engraving. Shheet: 240 x 18 7¼ ¼''). Trimmed d. £240 A comic scene showing a larrge man splash hing himself in n a muddy pud ddle. BM Satirre 11096. Stock: 48768
38 88. Sympto oms of not hhaving been often to Church. C A Caution. C Am men. The Psa alm. [W William Heath h.] [S.W. Forees.][n.d., c.182 23.] Hand-coloured H mm (9 x 13''). etching. Sheeet: 230 x 330m Trrimmed and laaid on album ssheet, foxing. £140 A series of scen ne showing a ssailor and his wife going in nto church and d fighting withh the vicar. BM M Satire 14 4561. Stock: 48527
38 89. Manne ers and Custtoms of the Chinese. C An A English Officer O Has H His Hair Drressed by a Chinese C Barb ber. Sm mith, Del et Lith. L London, PPublished at 26, 2 Haymarket, H 3 May M 1858. Rare tinted litho ograph. Trimm med. Creasing in title. £190 A comic scene showing the sshock of an En nglish officer on nce he realisess that his Chinnese barber haas styled his haair in the Chin nese fashion.
386. [Raw w Weather.] [James Gillraay.] [Publish'dd Feby 10th 18 808. by H. Humphrey.277 St James's Street.] S Hand-coloured etching. Shheet: 220 x 18 80mm (8¾ x 77''). £1440 Trimmed to iimage, losing title and inscrripton. A comic scenne showing ann elderly gentllemen sufferinng on a cold, bluustery day. BM M Satire 1109 97.
39 90. L'Espo oir d'un Heuureux Jour. [n n.d., c.1780.] Frrench mezzotiint. Sheet: 2955 x 225mm (11½ x 8¾''). Trrimmed. £190 A scene in a roo om showing a young womaan, deeshabille, look king through hher things. She lifts up her orrnate hat. The title translatees as 'The hopee of a good daay'.
391. Now S.r You'r a Compleat Macaroni. M L Le Petit Maitrre Partant Pour P La Prom menade. [After Branddoin.] [n.d., c.11775.] Engraving, 18th century watermark. w Plaate: 260 x ½ x 7''), with very v large marrgins. £2660 180mm (10½ A satirical sccene showing a barber finish hing a macaroni's quueue.
o strike him, oon the hill a fig gure carrying raaises his oar to a shield with an n eagle on it. PPerhaps a satirre on the W of Indepeendence fough ht in 1859 Seecond Italian War beetween the Freench Empire uunder Napoleo on III and the Kingdom K of Saardinia againstt Habsburg Tu uscany and th he Austrian Em mpire. Stock: 48557
392. [The Floating Ca astle.] Das neue n Französisch he Flossund d Castel, wom mit die franzosse eeine Landingg in England d versuchen n wollen. Zu haben beÿÿ Berndt in Frrankfurt. [n.d., c.1797.] Rare engraviing. Plate: 1900 x 230mm (7½ x 9'') large margins. Creeasing and foxxing. £1880 A German saatirical print, published p duriing the Napoleonic W Wars. The prinnt shows a flo oating, Frenchh fortress headding across thee Channel to England. E Partss of the image are identifiedd with a key beelow. Stock: 48902
39 96. A Fair Start. ''Tak ke de water togedder t when w yous heear de shot''' [&]. The Result R in Doubt. D ''De one o you's getts de water outen o fust, am m de winnerr''. King K & Murphy y Dels. Publisshed by Currieer & Ives. Copyright 1884 4, by Currier & Ives, N.Y. 115 1 Nassau Stt. New York. A pair of hand-coloured lithoograph. Sheetss: 335 x 43 30mm (13¼ x 17''). Repaireed tear top rig ght. £260 A pair of scenes showing twoo African Am mericans en ngaging in a sw wimming racee. In the first scene s the two sw wimmers prep pare to race whhile four specttators, one with w a starting gun g watch froom a boat. Thee second sccene shows thee two swimmeers laid out on n the jetty haaving water pu umped out of them after thee race. Stock: 48591
An Eng glish Sloop eengaging a Dutch D Man off War. 455. 39 97.
[aafter Robert Dighton.] Printted for & Sold d by Carington Bow wles, at his Map ap & Print Waarehouse, No.69 N in St. Pauls Church Ya Yard London. Published P as th he Act Directs. [4 June 17811] Mezzotint M with fine hand collour, 18th century watermark. w 350 0 x 250mm (133¾ x 9¾") veery large margins. m A few w small repairss, the date scraatched out (as in n two BM exam mples). £480 A prostitute pro opositions a D Dutch sailor (caricatured with w a round haat and baggy bbreeches). BM M Satires 59 952. 393. Guesss if you can n and choosee if you daree. [n.d., c.1825.] ( x 12¼'').. Lithograph, rrare. Sheet: 2660 x 315mm (10¼ Bit dusty. £1330 A satirical prrint commentiing on the chaanges in Frencch regime from the Imperial reign r of Napoleon to the Bourbon resttoration in 18115. Stock: 48556
Un W Wecchio che d'Amor calldo non Sente... 394.
M. Tuscher ddel: & sc: Lonndini 1743. Rare etching, 18th centuryy watermark. Sheet: S 235 x med. 235mm (9¼ x 9¼''). Trimm £2990 s in A scene in a garden in whiich two men stand man with a fan stands behindd conversationn while a wom them. Stock: 48891
395. [Nap poleon Ridin ng a Cockereel.] Stdr. v. A. K Kneisel. L.N. [nn.d., c.1859] Lithograph. S Sheet: 315 x 380mm 3 (12½ x 15'') very large marginns. £1330 gure of A satirical prrint showing the reduced fig Napoleon IIII riding on a coockerel while a river god
39 98. A Man of War tow wing a Friga ate into Harbour. H 459. Prrinted for & Sold by Caringgton Bowles, at a his Map & Prrint Warehousse, No.69 in SSt. Pauls Churcch Yard, Lo ondon. Published as the Acct directs, [31 Aug 1781] Mezzotint M with fine hand collour. 350 x 25 50mm (13¾ x 9¾ ¾"), large marrgins. £480 A sailor and a brightly-dresse b ed young wom man walk aw way from step ps leading up a sea wall. BM M: 5954. Stock: 48874
39 99. [Parish h Characterss.] Pu ub.d at 18 Wy ych Street. [n.dd., c.1829.] Hand-coloured H etching, pt w watermark. Plate: 185 x 33 30mm (7¼ x 13''). 1 Staining and creasing.. £160 A satirical printt based on Wiilliam Heath's series 'Parishh Characters' whiich satirises thhe major political figures uch as George IV, Wellingto ton, Robert Peeel and Lady su Conyngham, ad dditional figurres such as Lo ong Frankey reesemble those in James Catnnach's satiricaal print 'The Man M Wot Drivees the Soverieegn' BM Satiree 15782. The seecond figure from fr the right on the lower is i John Bull
'The Man Woot Pays For All!'. A See ref: 39745 3 for a seet of Heath's 'P Parish Characters'. Stock: 48947
The C Colossus. Why W man he doth bestride thiis narrow World... W 400.
[n.d., c.1767.] Sheet: 180 x 1220mm (7 x 4¾ ¾''). Trimmedd. Engraving. S £770 E of Bute. A satirical poortrait of Johnn Stuart, 3rd Earl This increasiing unpopularity of the ministry and of P Pitt himself for aaccepting a peeerage (Earl off Chatham). Piitt was perceiveed as allying himself h with Bute, B whose power is reprresented as baased upon lust and fraud. Images incluude: Duke of Bedford; B John Stuart, Earl oof Bute, as Coloossus; Fletcheer Norton, Barron Grantley; Francis Seym mour Conway,, Earl of Hertfford; Henry Fox, Lord Hoolland; Libertty with liberty cap and stafff of maintenance; Thomas Pelhham-Holles, Duke D of St. James Palace; John Mon ntagu, Earl of Newcastle; S Sandwich, ass "Jemmy Twiitcher;" Dr. W. W Scott (Anti-Sejanus); Earrl Temple. BM M Satire 4178..
04. The Am morous Holllander. 40 Ostade O Pinx.t. Philip P Corbuttt fecit. [n.d., c.1770.] c Mezzotint, M 18th h century wateermark. Collections mark off Count G. Archinto of Milaan on verso. Plate: P 350 x 25 50mm (13¾ x 9¾''). Creasinng, tears in ed dges. Small margins. m £230 A scene in a tav vern showing a man resting g against a woman, w patting g her stomach.. After a paintting by Dutch arrtist Adriaen van v Ostade (16610-1685). Stock: 48845
40 05. The Litttle Farthingg Rush-Ligh ht; or, the Wry-Mouth'd W d Family. [R Robert Sayer.][1793.] Mezzotint. M Sheet: 310 x 265m mm (12 x 10½ ½''). Trrimmed, text and a publicatioon line missing. Small margins m on 3 siides. £160 A scene in a bedroom in whiich a newly-m married couple stand awkwardlly in their nigh ghtclothes as th he watchman co omes to blow out the rush liight, followed d by a group off people. BM Satire S Undesccribed. Stock: 48847
401. A Fa alse Move. London, Pubblished by Thoo.s McLean, 26 Haymarket.. [n.d., c.1850.] mm (8 x 11''). Paper tone, Etching. Platte: 200 x 280m marking. £995 J Bull play ying a game off A satirical prrint showing John chess with a Pope. The poppe says 'Check to your Queen John' while John Bull retorts witth 'Pooh pooh_your B Bishop is out of o his place maan'. A criticism m of the re-estaablishment of Roman Catho olic hierarchy in Britain. Stock: 49035
The F Finish. Oh, what a thin ng for a man n of renown.... 402.
Pub.d by O. H Hodgson 10 Cloth C Fair. [n.d., c.1830.] Hand-coloured lithograph.. Sheet: 245 x 385mm (9¾ x margins. Papeer tone and teaars. £1880 15¼'') large m A satirical prrint showing Wellington W an nd Robert Peell running out oof a door, Peel hold a cage from f which several rats eescape. Stock: 48892
Lovaat's Ghost on n Pilgrimagee. Disguis'd d thro' Life, a Layman at a ye Block... 403.
S. Ireland scuulp.t. Publish'd according to o Act of Parliament, JJune 15th 1747. Mezzotint. Sheet: 230 x 3330mm (9 x 13 3''). Trimmed, creasing. £1330 g of Simonn A satirical sccene showing the headless ghost Fraser, Lord Lovat carryinng his own heaad around a wearing the drress of a Catho olic priest. crypt while w Lovat was exxecuted in April 1747 becau use of his rolee in the 1745 JJacobite risingg. BM Satire 2847. 2 Stock: 49087
40 06. [Signed d by Georgee Cruikshank] The Bottle. B In Eig ght Plates. Designed D and etched e by Geoorge Cruikshan nk. Dedicatedd to o Joseph Adsh head, Esq., of M Manchester. London: L Pu ublished for th he Artist, by D David Bogue, 86 Fleet Sttreet. Printed at a the surface press, Glypho ographic bllocks, by Spotttiswoode andd Shaw, New-sstreet-Square, Lo ondon. [n.d., c.1847.] c A complete set of 8 glyphogrraphic prints with w original wrappers, w rare complete. c Am manuscript ded dication signed in ink on n the cover byy the artist reads, 'Benj. Rotch Esqr. witth the complt..s of Mr. Geo. Cruikshank'. Siize: 600 x 370 0mm (23½ x 114½"). Large tears t to title. So ome small tears to edges off sheets. £350
The tragic talle of 'The Botttle', illustrated d by George Cruikshank. Plate I: The bottle b is brough ht out for the first time: thee husband indduces his wife 'just to take a drop'. Plate II: He is dischaarged from his employment nt for drunkeneess: they pawnn their clothes to supply the bottle. Plate IIII: An executtion sweeps off the greater part of their ffurniture: theyy comfort them mselves with the bottle. Plate IV: Unablle to obtain em mployment, thhy are driven byy poverty into the streets to beg, and by thhis means they sstill supply thee bottle. Plate V: Cold, misery, and w want destroy their t youngestt child: they console them mselves with thhe bottle. Plate VI: Fearful quarrels, andd brutal violennce, are the con nsequences iff the frequent uuse of the botttle. Plate VII: The husbandd, in a state of ffurious drunkeeness, kills hiss wife with th e instrument off all their miseery. Plate VIII: The bottle has done it's work - it has destroyed the infant and thee d to vicce mother, it haas brought the son and the daughter and to the strreets, and has left the fatherr a hopeless maniac. 1 was a method m of 'Glyphographhy', patented 1842, creating an eelectrotype plaate by drawing g through a p compostion oonto a metal plate. For the sequeel to this set, 'The Drunkard d's Children', see item ref: 35415.
[Calvess' Heads andd Brains: Or A Phrenologica al Lecture.]
J. Lump del.t. L. L Bump Sc. [H Henry Thomaas Alken]. London Publisshed Sep.r 18226 for the Artiist at St. [L Peeters alley Corn Hill]. Rare hand coloured etching. Printed area: 200 x 29 90mm (8 x 11¼"). Trimmedd, losing part title at top. £280 A phrenologist stands behindd a table and lectures to an in nformal audien nce. He holds his brown wig in his right haand, revealing g a bald head ccovered with reddened r bu umps. His con ncluding addreess is inscribeed beneath the im mage. In the au udience, two bbald men anxiiously feel th heir bumps, an n agitated wom man presses heer forehead, an nd a man inspects a skull. O On the lecturerr's table, with on ne of Gall's plaster heads m mapped out in numbered n co ompartments, are writing m materials and books. b Portraitt bu usts, all bald, stand on the ffloor behind him, with vaarious books on o the shelf. PPicture of Box xing Match on n wall in back kground. BM SSatires: 15158 8. Stock: 48564
407. Even ning. Engraved byy B. Baron. Invvented Painted d & Publish'd by W.m Hoggarth March 255th 1738. acco ording to Act of Parliament. Sheet: 500 x 410mm (20 x 16½''), 1 Trimm med Engraving. S to platemark. £2880 m Hogarth's fam mous satire off London life A plate from 'Times of Daay', first publisshed in 1738. Showing Sadlers Wellls, with henpecked males, th he older of which had cuuckold's hornss. Hogarth updaated his paintiings to match the engravinggs: a proof of plaate three existts without the scolding girl. See Paulson 146-149. Stock: 48535
408. Morn ning. Invented Painnted & Publissh'd by W.m Hogarth H Marchh 25th 1738. acccording to Act A of Parliameent. Engraving. S Sheet: 500 x 410mm (20 x 16½''), 1 Trimm med to platemark. £2880 m Hogarth's fam mous satire off London life A plate from 'Times of Daay', first publisshed in 1738. 'Morning' depicts Coveent Garden, wiith the imfamo ous 'Tom King's Coffee House'. See Paulson 146--149. Stock: 48536
409. Night. Invented Painnted & Publissh'd by W.m Hogarth H Marchh 25th 1738. acccording to Act A of Par.nt. Engraving. P Plate: 485 x 4000mm (19 x 16''). Trimmedd to platemark. £2880 m Hogarth's fam mous satire off London life A plate from 'Times of Daay', first publisshed in 1738. Showing a scene in Rum mmer Court, loooking onto Charing C Cross Road, with a drunken freem mason having g a chamber poot P 146-1 149. emptied on hhis head. See Paulson Stock: 48537
41 11. The Sp peaker. P.. Brown Delin n. Peake sculpp. Published acccording to Act A of Parliameent April 18, 11765. [Later im mpression.] A rare engravin ng. Plate: 205 x 230mm (8 x 9'') very laarge margins. Foxing. F £60 A scene in whicch a man stand nds to speak frrom behind a beench or pew, a woman and a man sit on either e side of hiim. A satire on n the memberrs of the Socieety of Friends. BM M Satire 4129 9. Stock: 49034
41 12. Mathew w's Trip to A America. Pu ub. by Hodgso on & Co. 10 N Newgate St. 1824. Hand-coloured H etching. Sheeet: 130 x 350m mm (5 x 13 3¾''). Staining g in corners annd along edges. Creasing. £360 Between 1822 and a 1823 the E English actor and omedian Charles Mathews ((1776-1835) toured t co America A and while w there devveloped a seriees of ch haracters based on the Ameerican types hee encounteredd du uring his traveels. He workedd these characcters into his sh how, including g the character er of an Africaan-American fid ddler Agamem mnon which hhe probably peerformed in bllack-face. Thee print shows ssix of the charracters peerformed by Mathews M in hiss performancees in the
Adelphi Theaatre in 1824 following fo his return. r Hodgson's prrint is an illusttration from an a unauthoriseed version of ann account of Mathew's M traveels. Stock: 48933
Meteerological Diiagrams of the t Pressuree and Tempeerature in th he Years 180 07, 1808 & 1809, Exhib biting the Monthly M Mea ans and Extremes d deduced from m diurnal observations made in Manchester by Tho.s Han nson. 413.
Girtin sculp. 11, Charles St. S Soho Sq.e. [London: Pubb pository of Arrts, March 1st 18810 for R. Ackkermann's Rep 101, Strand.]] Engraving, w watermark J. Whatman W 1809 9. Sheet: 230 x 400mm (9 x 15¾''). Trimm med and creases. £1330 her between thhe A pair of diaagrams illustraating the weath years 1807-1809. Stock: 49102
Meteerological Diiagrams of the t Pressuree and Tempeerature in th he Years 180 07, 1808 & 1809, Exhib biting the Monthly M Mea ans and Extremes d deduced from m diurnal observations made in Manchester by Tho.s Han nson. 414.
Girtin sculp. 11, Charles St. S Soho Sq.e. London: Pub pository of Arrts, March 1st 18810 for R. Ackkermann's Rep 101, Strand. watermark J. Whatman W 1809 9. Sheet: 235 x Engraving, w 295mm (9 x 11½''). Creasees. £1330 her between thhe A pair of diaagrams illustraating the weath years 1807-1809.
An A advert for a life ring desiggned by John Scheffer of Feenchurch Street, below is ann advert for Scheffer's peenograph, pateented in 1819 and one of th he first fo ountain pens. Stock: 48951
415. Isling gton Cattle Market, M London. [1855.] Sheet: 210 x 340mm 3 (8¼ x 13½''). Lithograph. S Trimmed, laiid on album shheet, backed on o canvas. £2440 A view of thee Islington Caattle Market which w opened iin 1855 as a suppplementary to Smithfield market. m
[1 1816.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 170 x 170m mm (6¾ x 6¾ ¾''). Trimmed, crreasing. £60 Tw wo diagrams of o machines ddesigned and produced p by Jaames Chamberrs & Co.
416. Dealeer in Tobaccco & Snuff. [n.d., c.1830.] 65mm (9¾ x Hand-coloured etching. Shheet: 245 x 16 med and laid onn album sheett. £1990 6½''). Trimm An advert shhowing a younng highlander and a native American leaaning against a barrell of tobacco. Surrounding the scene are several articles relating to tobacco e.g. 'Love's Progreess of a Tobacconist', 'Lins oon Tobaker' andd 'Grammaticaal Smoking'.
[Adverrt.] Winnowiing Machine. Drill Plough. Chambers & Coo. Wolverha ampton 18 813 [Printed d in reverse..]
41 19. The En ngraver. En ng.d by John Miller M Edin.r. Published by y Richard Griffin G & Co. Glasgow. G [n.d.., c.1840.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 105 x 135m ¼''). Trimmed. mm (4¼ x 5¼ Sllight offsetting g. £70 A scene in an engraver's studdio showing seeveral figures att work engraviing plates withh oil paintingss hanging on th he wall to be copied. Stock: 48585
[Advvert.] Scheffeer's Newly Invented I Liffe Preserver IIn Case of Shipwreck. S Under U the Patronage of His Royaal Highness the t Duke off York. 417.
[n.d., c.1822.] mm (9½ x 7''). Trimmed, Advert. Sheeet: 240 x 180m staining in coorner. £2660
42 20. The Fa arrier. En ng.d by John Miller M Edin.r. Published by y Richard Griffin G & Co. Glasgow. G [n.d.., c.1840.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 105 x 135m ¼''). Trimmed. mm (4¼ x 5¼ Sllight offsetting g. £50 A scene in a farrrier's yard shoowing a man fixing a shoe to o a horses hoof. Stock: 48583
Gran nde Exercicees Ecarts et Souplesses Italiennes ssur la Cordee lache par la l Troupe Etrangers. 421.
A Paris chez Basset Md. d'Estampes d et Fabricant F de Papiers peintts rue St. Jacqques au coin dee celle des Mathurins No.64. [n.d., c.1830.] 85mm (9¾ x Hand-coloured etching. Shheet: 250 x 38 15¼''). Creasses and stains.. Large margiins on 3 sides.. £1880 ng stunts and A diagram off fifteen acrobbats performin tricks on a sttage. Stock: 48901
La M Music touchaante. La forrtune est quelque foiis capricieusse!... 422.
I. Iac. Haid eexcud. Aug. Vind. V [n.d., c.1750.] Mezzotint, 18th century watermark. w Plaate: 405 x 260mm (16 x 10¼''). Stainning and repaired tear on lefft. Creasing. £1990 wing two younng girls playin ng musical A scene show instruments iin the street. The T seated figu ure on the leftt plays the hurrdy-gurdy andd the figure on n the right playys a triangle. Stock: 48848
[Garrrick, in the character of Abel Drugger. 423.
Rowlandson an nd the man on the left oppossite is Lord Courtenay. An older man loooks over Courrtenay's houlder at his cards and holdds up three fin ngers sh in nforming Row wlandson of hiss opponant's hand. h The seecond scene sh hows a youngg woman havin ng her palm reead by a womaan on the left w while a girl on n the right sm miles. A pair of scenes of chceatingg. The first sho ows two men pllaying cards as a third man pretends to heelp one pllayer while ho olding up threee fingers the other o of his op pponant's hand d. The two plaayers have been identified ass Lord Courten nay (the markk) and Thomass Rowlandson (th he cheat). Thee second scenee shows an op pulenyly-dresssed young wooman having her h palm read while w a young accomplice a sm miles over herr shoulder. CSS 97 7 & CS 186. Stock: 48974
42 26. The Mo other's Favoourite, playiing his Tricks T with the Candle. Prrinted for Cariington Bowless, No.69 in Stt. Pauls Church Yard, London. L [n.d., c.1780.] Mezzotint. M Platte: 150 x 110m mm (6 x 4¼'') very large £140 margins. m A scene showin ng a young booy holding a caandle in one haand and shield ding the flamee with anotherr. Stock: 48836
Painted by Sir Joshua Reyynolds Engraved by S.W. Reynolds. Enngraver to the King. Mess.rrs Colnaghi & Co,, Pall Malll, East, March 3rd 1825.] Mezzotint, prroof before leetters. 530 x 35 55mm (21 x 14"). Wear aand soiling of inscription i areea and marginns, lacking pasteed label correccting astist's name. n Small margins. £2330 h before a table of The actor staands, pipe in hand, alchemist's bbooks and paraaphernalia. Th he plate has thhe name of Reyynolds as paintter instead of the t Johann Zoffany; thiss proof was isssued with a paasted correctioon label, resultinng in a clean area a around th he name as in this example. Whitman 98 state I. Stock: 48980
Horsse Combat in n Lodoiska. No.6. Pricee 2.d Pl.6.d C Col.d 424.
Pub. Nov. 1. 1815 by W. Cole, C 10, New wgate Street. ¼ Fine hand-cooloured etchinng. Sheet: 185 x 225mm (7¼ x 9''). Trimm med, staining. £995 A fight scenee from the com mic opera Lod diska by Luigii Cherubini annd first perform med in 1791. Other O versionns of the opera w were written by b John Kemb ble and Simonn Mayr at the eend of the eighhteenth centurry. Stock: 48946
The G Gamesters. [&] The Fo ortune Tellers. 425.
Painted by thhe Rev.d Mr: Peters P R.A. En ngraved by William Warrd. London Puublished May 22.nd 1786 byy J.R. Smith N No. 83 Oxford Street. Pair of mezzootints. Plates: 420 x 440mm m (16½ x 17¼ ¼''). Trimmed to m margins or thrread margins, marking and creasing. £7880 s three mean m at a tablee A pair of sceenes, the first shows playing cardss, the man on the right is Th homas
42 27. Le Maiitre de Chau usson. Po ouquet. Porrett. [n.d., c.18422.] Ettching. Sheet: 250 x 165mm m (9¾ x 6½'').. Foxing. £45 A portrait of a boxer b from Thhéophile Gauttier's 'Le Maitre M de Chau usson' 1842. Stock: 49029
The A Art of Tenn nis and How to Play it. Showing th he Various Strokes S of th he Game demonstratted by the Leading L Play yers of England. S Showing at this t Cinema a. Come and d see the Gam me as it shou uld be Playeed...The Scenarios aand Sub-titlees have been n personallyy supervised and edited by Mr. Stan nley N. Dousst, the well-kn nown Tenniss Critic of th he ''Daily Mail''. Thee Various acctions demonstrating th he different sttrokes are sh hown at norrmal speed, and immed diately afterw wards in Slo ow Motion.
31. Primro ose and Foall. A Brood Mare, M late 43 th he Property of His Gracce The Dukee of Grafton. G See Stud Book. Price 8s.
Produced by the Parkstonee Film Co. Ltd d., Lytham. [n.d., 1925.] 4 (29 x 19"). A few Colour lithoggraph. 730 x 480mm £2550 small tears too edges. A poster for a film demonstrating how to t play tennis,, mber of the leeading playerss of the time: starring a num Joan Winifreed Austin (19003-98), John David D Patrick Wheatley (18899-1967), John Brian Gilb bert (18871974), and E Evelyn Lucy Colyer C (1902-3 30). Joan Austin ((sister of Bunnny Austin, thee last Brit to reach the reaach the Men's final at Wimb bledon before Andy Murrayy) was Britishh Junior Girls Champion in 1921; in 1923 she and Eveelyn Collier, known k as 'Thee Babes', reachhed the Wimbledon doubless final but werre beaten 6-3 6--1 by Suzannee Lenglen & Elizabeth E Ryann.
Pet, a Pure Arab bian, purcha ased by a German Noobleman, for 3000, Guin neas. 429.
Printed by D Dean & Mundaay 40, Threadn needle St. Published byy Dean & Munnday 35, Threadneedle Streeet. Rare lithograaph. Sheet: 280 x 375mm (1 11 x 14¾''). Trimmed. C Creasing. £2660 A portrait off an Arabian sttallion in an ex xotic landscappe. Stock: 48399
Grap phic Illustraations Of An nimals, Shewing Th heir Utility To Man, In Their Services Du uring Life And A Uses Aft fter Death. The Horse.. 430.
Designed andd Drawn on Stone by W Haawkins. [n.d., c.1850.] 4 14¼ x Hand coloureed lithograph,, sheet 360 x 415mm. 16¼". Slight staining. £1220 h and foall is surroundedd A central illuustration of a horse by twelve viggnette scenes depicting the commercial uses and relaationship to man of the anim mal, in life andd death (each ccaptioned). Plate to 'Grapphic Illustratioons Of Animaals', illustratedd by Benjaminn Waterhouse Hawkins H (180 07 - ?1889), artist and scuulptor of naturral history sub bjects. In 18522 he was appoiinted director of the fossil department d at the Crystal P Palace, where he h worked with Richard Owen on thee famous modeels of dinosau urs and other extinct lifefoorms. Numbered 'P Pl. 1.' upper rigght. Stock: 48543
Jaames Ward, R.A. Pinx.t et D Del. Printed by y C. Hullmandel. H Lo ondon, Pub.d bby R. Ackerm mann, Strand T. Clay, Ludgate Hill, & J. D Dickinson, New Bond St.t 825. 18 Hand-coloured H lithograph, w watermark J. Whatman W 18 825; Sheet: 38 85 x 480mm ( 15¼ x 19''). Slight S repair to op left corner off o image. £650 An A attractive sccene in a stablle showing a mother m and heer foal. 43 32. The Ae erial Man, (ppassing the Observatory, O , Greenwichh Park). Rock & Co. Lo ondon. [n.d., cc.1840]. En ngraving. Sheeet: 125 x 175m mm (5 x 7''). Trimmed and laaid on album sheet. s Stainingg at edges. £160 A fictitious scene showing a man in an aerrial craft fly ying above Grreenwich Parkk. The craft was w designed by y Joseph Degaan and the sceene shows how w he hoped it would w work ratther than a reaality. Stock: 48952
Robertt Cocking. T The Ascent of o the Royal R Nassau u Balloon, w with the Para achute atttached. 24.tth July 18377. This Sketcch exhibits th he Parachute with Mr. C Cocking, in the three sttages of the descent. 43 33.
[n n.d., c.1837.] Liithograph. Sheeet: 230 x 3555mm (9 x 14'')). Trimmed an nd creased in centre. c £260 A portrait of Ro obert Cockingg (1776-1837)) flanked by tw wo scene show wing events beefore his death h. Robert Cocking deviseed a parachutee which was atttached to the baalloon operateed by Edward Spencer (179 99-1849) and hiis partner Chaarles Green (17785-1870) and d let loose. Unfortunately, U the parachutee was poorly designed d and to oo heavy so brroke and Cockking was killed on impact. Stock: 48937
Ludwig gs= Eisenbaahn von Nürrnberg und Fürth. 43 34.
Nürnberg, N bei C. C Trummer. [[n.d., c.1835.] Sccarce hand-co oloured etchingg. Printed area: 305 x 35 55mm (12 x 14''). Central ccrease, damagee and staining. £360
A view show wing the openiing of the Bav varian Ludwigg Railway which was the firrst steam-hauled railway r was co ommissioned to opened in Geermany. The railway run from Nurremberg to Füürth in 1834 an nd opened in 1835. The firrst locomotivee called 'Adlerr' and its driveer came from Stephensons inn Newcastle. The T scene show ws hed on by the train travvelling along thhe rails watch figures on hoorseback, in caarriages, and on o foot. On itts opening day 1,200 tickets were sold. Th he driver, Wm m Wilson stayeed for 27 yearss. Stock: 48895
43 38. The Ele ection Car oof James Ba arlow Hoy Eqr: E MP. forr Southamptton. Chaired January 13 3th 1830. T. H. Skelton Printer. P H. Pethher Pinxit. Preesented Gratuitously G to the Subscribee of the Hamp pshire Advertiser. A A very rare lith hograph. Sheett: 285 x 220m mm (11¼ x 8¾ ¾''). Creasing,, tears and stai aining. £90 A print of the election car ussed by Conserv vative MP Jaames Barlow Hoy H (1793-18843). The seat has spiked wheels w like a Roman R chariot and is covereed by a caanopy supportted by pillars sshaped like ax xes. Stock: 48858
The Neew Steam Caarriage... Itt has been co onstructed by b Mr Goldssworthy Gu urney, the In nventor and d Patentee. 43 39.
435. Hetto on Colliery Railway. R Published byy Richard Grifffin & Co. Glaasgow. [n.d., c.1840.] Sheet: 105 x 135mm (4¼ x 5¼''). Trimmeed. Engraving. S Slight offsettting. £660 A view of thee Hetton Coall Co.'s 8 mile private railwaay in County Duurham and a diagram d of a steam train carrying coall. Stock: 48584
Fourr-Coupled Express E Loco omotive, Midland R R.y. Mr. S. W. W Johnson, M.I.C.E., Locomotivee Engineer Derby. D No. 14. 1 The Locomotivee Magazine Series. 436.
Reproduced from a Paintinng by F. Moorre. Alf Cookee Queen's Prinnter Leeds. Chromolithograph. Sheet: 270 x 440mm m (10½ x 17½ ½''). mage. £885 Marking, creeases and dam A portrait off a steam train locomotive frrom the Midland Raillway. Stock: 48346
Singlle Express Locomotive, L Midland R..y. Mr. S. W. JJohnson, M..I.C.E., Loco omotive Engineer D Derby. Supplement to th he Locomotivee Magazine.. January 18 898. 437.
Reproduced from a Paintinng by F. Moorre. Alf Cookee Queen's Prinnter Leeds. Chromolithograph. Sheet: 270 x 440mm m (10½ x 17½ ½''). mage. £885 Marking, creeases and dam A portrait off a steam train locomotive frrom the Midland Raillway. Stock: 48345
G. G Morton Del.t. Pyall Sculpp.t. Published by b Thos. Mc.Lean, M 26 Haymarket.Lonndon. [n.d., c.1 1828.] Coloured aquattint. 300 x 4400mm (12 x 17¼"). Time £680 staining at edgees, very slightt central creasee. A large steam-d driven coach ppassing an alee-house on thee Lo ondon to Bath h road, with paassengers inclluding a kiilted soldier. In the backgroound are amazzed spectators an nd a windmill. In n July 1829 a steam s coach bbuilt by Sir Go oldsworthy Gurney G (1793-1 1875) ran from m London to Bath B and baack at an average speed of 114mph, doublle that of a ho orse-draen coaach. Howeverr the introduction of heavy to olls for his veh hicles and Gurrney was bank krupted with deebts of £232,0 000. Stock: 49010
44 40. Ludgatte Hill, Lond don. J.D D. Harding deel. Lith. C. Huullmandel. Pub blished by Charles Tilt, Fleet Street. [n.dd., c.1840.] h hand-colourr. Printed areaa: 210 x Liithograph with 14 40mm (8¼ x 5½''), 5 with verry large margiins. £140 A view looking g east along Luudgate Hill to owards St Paaul's Cathedraal. Stock: 48977
Frontisspiece. Insidde View of Justice J Hall,, in n the Old Ba ailey, The Coourt Sitting, and the manner m of Trrying Prisonners at the Bar. B 44 41.
Ryley delin. Jeffferies Sculp.tt. Published by y Alex.r Hogg. H [n.d., c.1 1795.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 205 x 120m mm (8 x 4¾'')). £75 A view inside the courtroom m in the Old Baailey, a figure stands in the do ock while the jjury, audiencee and judges watch. w Stock: 49138
United Service Cluub House. Ground G Plan. [&] Un nited Servicee Club Housse. Principal Floor Plan. 44 42.
[n n.d., c.1830.] Original O pen & ink drawingss, bound togeth her. 270 x 38 85mm (10½ x 15¼''). Tearss and marking g. £180 Tw wo ground plaans of the Uniited Services Club C buildingg on n Pall Mall bu uilt in 1828 byy John Nash. Stock: 49095
The Q Queen's Vissit to the Citty. No.v.r 9.tth 1837. Draw wn on the Sp pot from thee corner of Chancery L Lane. 443.
W. Lake. lithh. 50. Old Bailley. [Pub.d by y E. Davies, 437. Oxford St.] heet: 210 x Fine hand-cooloured lithogrraph, mint. Sh 300mm (8¼ x 12''). £2440 oming into thee Queen Victoria in her Royyal Carriage co M Day, whereby w he City of Londdon, on Lord Mayor's presented herr with the swoord of Justice. Stock: 48909
4.e V Veuë et Persp pective de Londres, L du côté de la T Tamise. 444.
Peinte pas Chharles de Léoppold-de-Greveenbrock, Peintre ordinnaire du Roi ett Gravée d'aprrès le Tableauu Original de la même granddeur, par P.F. Tardieu. A Paris chés Daaumont. Preseentement chéss Lachaussée rue S. Jacquees. [n.d., c.17550.] Hand-coloured etching, 188th century waatermark. Platte: m (9½ x 11 ¾''') large margiins. Foxing. 240 x 300mm £3880 ng across A view of Loondon from thhe south lookin Southwark, aacross Londonn Bridge to thee City of London. Stock: 48759
Lond dra Capitalee dell'Inghiltterra. Tom XII. A. Il ffiume Tamiggi. B. Il Ponte. C. La Torre. D. Ill Palazzo di Whitehall. E. Il Borgo di Southwark k. 445.
[Fran. Sesone.] [n.d. c.17440.] Plate 177 x 3422mm (7 x 13½ ½"). Trimmedd Engraving. P along upper pplate edge, follds as normal.. £2880 A pre-fire proospect of Lonndon, engraved d by Sesone aand probably coppied from Schenck's view of London (forr which see reff. 28514). Stock: 48570
David D Laing (1774-1856) buuilt the New Custom C House in n 1817 publish hing a book chhronicling his problems with w the foundaations the nextt year. Subsid dence caused th he building to collapse in 18825, causing th he ruin of Laaing's businesss. Th he view is from a series of eeighteen 'View ws of Lo ondon' publish hed by Ackerm mann between n 1811 and 18 822, engraved d mostly from paintings by John J Gendall an nd Thomas Sh hepherd; it is llikely that onee of these arrtists sketched d Laing's draw wing for engrav ving. Adams; 22 21 no 6. Stock: 48867
44 47. Ackerm mann's Seriees, No.10. View V of Regent R Streett. Drawing R Room Day. Drawn D by G.S. Shepherd_T. Picken. lith. Day D & Son, Liith.rs to the Queen. Sccarce hand-co oloured lithogrraph. Sheet: 285 x 365mm (1 11¼ x 14¼''). Repaired R tear in right edge.. £240 A view of Regeent Street show wing the Ackeermann Gallery G with prrints displayedd in the windo ow, a crowd gaathers on the pavement p to w watch the cavaalry ride up th he street. Stock: 48773
44 48. A New and Accuraate Plan of the t City of Westminster W The Dutchyy of Lancastter and Placed Adjaccent. B. Cole Sculpsiit. [1756.] Hand-coloured H engraved mapp. Plate: 240 x 375mm (9 9½ x 14¾''). Marking. M £95 A map of Westminster whichh shows streett names, no otable building gs and outer ly lying villages such as Marylebone, M To ottenham Couurt. Stock: 48576
44 49. To the Society of M Methodists in n the Connexion C off the late Reev.d John Wesley, W A. M. M this View of Lambethh Chapel, is reespectfully inscribed byy their most obedient hu umble Serv..t Ch.s Roseenberg. T.D.W. Dearn del.t. d Ch. Rossenberg sculp.t. Published une 24.th 1812 2, by Ch. Roseenberg, 22, Eaast Street, Ju Laambeth, and Tho.s T Palser, SSurry Side, Westminster W Bridge. nd-coloured aqquatint. Plate: 290 x Fiine & rare han 39 90mm (11½ x 15½'') large m margins. Creaase. £230 A view of the Lambeth L Methhodist Chapel built in 1793 ass the parish ch hurch of St Maary, it is now the t Church off Stt. Anne on South Lambeth R Road. Stock: 49051
A South View off the New Cu ustom Housse. Reduced frrom a Drawiing by D. La aing, Esq.r the Architeect. 446.
J.C. Stadler S Sculp.t. Londoon. Published April 1st 181 7 at R. Ackerm mann's Reposittory of Arts, 101 1 Strand. Aquatint, priinted in colourrs and hand fin nished. Sheet 420 x 530mm m (16½ x 21")). Trimmed within plate, close to publlisher's inscripption. Slight repaired r smalll hole near front boat. £4550
A View w taken nearr Battersea Church C lo ooking towards Chelseaa. 45 50.
G.D. G Heumann excudit Norim mberg. [n.d., c.1720.] En ngraving. Platte: 260 x 430m mm (10¼ x 17 7'') very large margins. m Creasee. £350 A view along th he Thames loooking East tow wards Lo ondon, Chelseea can be seenn across the riv ver. Stock: 48413
A pen and ink map m of the lannd and roads around a Ely. As A well as mark king the townns the annotations mark go ood land, swam mp areas, briddges and bank ks. Stock: 48953
[Bottom m central shheet of Isaacc Taylor's 'D Dorset Shiree'.] 45 56.
451. [Twicckenham.] Edwards. [18862.] Etching, signned in plate Eddwin Edwardss 62. Plate: 1665 x 325mm (6½ ½ x 12¾'') verry large margiins. £1220 A view of Tw wickenham froom the Thamees. Stock: 48574
Wind dsor Castle from f the N.W. To His Grace the D Duke of Montagu, &c, &c, & &c, thesse Views of th he Royal Casstle of Wind dsor, are moost respectfullyy inscribed, by His Grace's most obedient, aand most oblliged humblle Servant Paul Sandb by R.A. 452.
P. Sandby Feecit. Publish'dd according to Act of Parliament byy P. Sandby St. S Georges Ro ow Sep.r 1.st 1776. P 340 x 49 90mm (13¼ x Hand-coloured aquatint. Plate: 19¼'') very laarge margins. Central creasse and repairs.. £2660 Windsor Castle by Paul Sand dby (1725A view of W 1809). Sandbby made severral prints and drawings of Windsor Casstle during his career, he gained access too the grounds oof Windsor thhrough his brother John whoo was Keeper oof Windsor Grreat Park. Stock: 48896
453. [Cliftton Suspenssion Bridge. [n.d., c.1865.] 3 (8¾ x Coloured lithhograph, rare. Sheet 220 x 315mm 12½"). Trimm med close to image, i laid on n board, paperr toned, glue stains over inscription area. £1880 A close up viiew of the Cliifton Suspensiion Bridge, thee bridge was ddesigned by Isaambard Kingd dom Brunel annd completed inn 1864 by William Henry Barlow and Johhn Hawkshaw fo following Brunnel's death. Stock: 48606
[R Ross-on-Wye, 1765.] En ngraved map, one sheet of ssix. 590 x 470 0mm (23¼ x 18 8½"), very large margins. C Central crease as normal. Uncut. U £320 One O sheet of the first large-sccale map of Dorset. D en ngraved by Isaaac Taylor (17730-1807) from his own su urvey. It coverrs Bere Regis.. Lulworth, Do orchester, Weymouth, W Porrtland and Abbbotsbury in unprecedented deetail. A Remarrk describes C Chesil Beach; and a co ompass rose has h a decorativve border of bu utterflywinged w windheeads. Stock: 48928
[Top riight sheet off Isaac Taylo or's 'Dorset Sh hire'.] 45 57.
[R Ross-on-Wye, 1765.] En ngraved map, one sheet of ssix. 590 x 470 0mm (23¼ x 18 8½"), very large margins. C Central crease as normal. Uncut. U £320 One O sheet of the first large-sccale map of Dorset. D en ngraved by Isaaac Taylor (17730-1807) from his own su urvey. It coverrs Cranborne, Blandford Fo orum, and Wimborne W Min nster in unpreccedented detaiil, with viignettes of thee 'Observatoryy at Horton and 'Shirborne Castle' in panells at the top. Stock: 48925
[Top ceentral sheet of Isaac Taylor's 'D Dorset Shiree'.] 45 58.
[R Ross-on-Wye, 1765.] En ngraved map, one sheet of ssix. 590 x 470 0mm (23¼ x 18 8½"), very large margins. C Central crease as normal. Uncut. U £420 One O sheet of the first large-sccale map of Dorset. D en ngraved by Isaaac Taylor (17730-1807) from his own su urvey. It coverrs Shaftesburyy, Sherborne, and Cerne Abbas A (marking g the positionn of the 'Giant') in un nprecedented detail, with a vignette of th he 'Lullworth Castle' in a panel at the top. Stock: 48927
[Bottom m right sheeet of Isaac Taylor's T 'D Dorset Shiree'.]
[Engraved byy Johannes Kiip.] [London: c.1710.] Engraving. 4480 x 620mm (19 x 24¼"). Central creasee as normal, reepaired tear. £5550 A fine distannt view of Cam mbridge, with harvesters in the foregrounnd.
[R Ross-on-Wye, 1765.] En ngraved map, one sheet of ssix. 590 x 470 0mm (23¼ x 18 8½"), very large margins. C Central crease as normal. & otther central crease. Uncut. £520 One O sheet of the first large-sccale map of Dorset. D en ngraved by Isaaac Taylor (17730-1807) from his own su urvey. It coverrs Poole Harboour, Swanagee, Studland, Corfe, Worth Matravers M and Wareham in nprecedented detail, with thhe 'Characters' (key) un bo ottom right.
Prosp pectus Canttabrigiæ Occcidentalis. A Prospect off Cambridgee from the West W
455. [Ely.] [By T. H. Paage] [n.d., c.18820.] map. Sheet: 955 x 165mm (3¾ x 6½''). Laiid Manuscript m on album sheeet. £2330
[Eigh ht views in the Isle of Wight, W illustratingg the Rev. Leegh Richmo ond' ''The Dairyman's Daughter'''.] Brading g Church. [& &] Culver Clifff. [&] Arretton Church. [&] Bradin ng Parsonage.. [&] Yaverlland [&] Dairyman's Cottage. [& &] [Headston ne of Elizab beth Wallbridgee, Arraton] [&] [Gravesstone of Litttle Jane'] 460.
[n.d., c.1825.] m Eight lithogrraphs, various sizes, largest 115 x 220mm (4½ x 8¾"). From a scrapbbook. £4220 hmond's 'The From an illusstrated editionn of Legh Rich Dairyman's D Daughter', tellling the story of o Elizabeth Wallbridge w who was wilfuul, proud, selfiish and irreligious, bbefore being coonverted by a sermon and becoming deevout at 26. Hoowever she so oon became illl and spent thee rest of her liffe studying th he bible, whichh she discussedd with Richmoond, dying aged 31. Richmond's aaccount, first published as a tract in 18144, stressed her sstrength durinng her sufferin ng and proved to be hugely poopular, with a circulation ex xceeded four million copiees in 19 languages by 1828.. Wallbridge'ss grave at Arraaton attracted pilgrims and tourists, t including Quueen Victoria. Richmond (11772-1827) heeld the joint cu uracies of St. Mary's Churcch, Brading annd St. John the Baptist Church, Yavverland before becoming recctor of Turveyy, Bedfordshiree in 1805. Nott in Abbey. Stock: 49002
461. Villa a near Shank klin, and San ndown, Isle-of-Wight. F For Sale by Auction by M.r Geo. Robins at tthe Auction Mart, Lond don on Thursday JJune 9th 18336, at 12 o'C Clock.
En ngraving with h original handd colour. 435 x 555mm (17 x 21¾") very laarge margins, 18th century watermark. w plit in upper centre c fold mar argin, edges worn. w £120 Sp One O sheet of Eu ugène Henri FFricx's monum mental 21sh heet map of th he theatre of thhe War of the Spanish Su uccession in northern n Europpe, covering the Netherlands, N no orthern Francee and Kent. Originally pu ublished by Piieter Mortier bbetween 1704 4-11, the map would w have exttended south in into Germany had the pu ublisher not diied in 1711. T This sheet, sho owing Romney in Ken nt and Ambletteuse in Pas-d de-Calais (w with ships filling the Channnel between) was w published by y his successo ors, Jean Coveens and Cornelis Mortier. Stock: 48519
View frrom Rochest ster bridge of o the Public Baths,, Erected onn the Medwa ay. 46 64.
G. G Madeley lith hog. 3. Wollinngton S.t Stran nd. [n.d., c.1830.] ¾''). Liithograph. Sheeet: 210 x 2200mm (8¼ x 8¾ Trrimmed, sligh ht damage in tiitle on left. £140 A view of the swimming bath ths at Rochester, the jetty stretching out in nto the Medw way. Stock: 48913
46 65. Straits of Dover. Drawn D by J.M.W W. Turner R.A A. Engraved by b Will.m Miller M 1827. En ngraving on chine collé. Plaate: 250 x 325 5mm (9¾ x 12 2¾"). Backing g paper toned.. £85 A view of the Channel C with tthe white clifffs of Dover in th he background d. Stock: 47624
Madeley, lithh, 3 Wellingtoon St. Strand. [1836.] A rare lithoggraph. Sheet: 190 1 x 260mm (7½ x 10¼''). Trimmed andd stained. £1440 A view of a hhouse with a veranda. v Stock: 48942
A Ch hart of the Sands S and Channels from m the Nore too Margate Road. R 462.
London: Prinnted for Roberrt Sayer and Jo ohn Bennett, Chart-Sellerss, No 53, Fleet Street, as thee Act Directs 14th May 1781. 4 x 630mm m (18½ x 24¾""), Coloured enggraved chart. 470 with very larrge margins, 18th century watermark. w Tears in marggins. £1660 A chart of thhe Kent coast from f Margate to the east ennd of the Isle off Sheppey andd the 'The Noree' (the infamoous sand bank that was such a hazard at the very start of tthe Thames), maarking the warrning buoys. Stock: 48520
[The War of the Spanish Succession in northern E Europe] Carte Particulieere d'une partie d'An ngleterre Su ur la Copie de d Bruxelless par E:H: F Fricx. 463.
A Amsterdam m Chez J. Covvens et C. Mortier. [n.d., c.1730.]
46 66. [Tilbur ry Fort - Wiind against Tide.] T [E Engraved by by b James Tibbbitts Willmore ARA after Clarkson Stansfield.] [Art Unnion of Londo on, 1854.] ngraving on chine collé, veery fine proof before b all En leetters. 770 x 63 30mm (30¼ x 24¾") very large l margins. m £550
Small boats sstruggling agaainst waves in n the Thames ooff Tilbury fort, larger ships inn the backgrou und. S RA (1793-1867), a After Clarksoon Frederick Stanfield marine painteer who workeed as a theatre set painter wiith David Roberrts early in hiss career and worked w with him m on several larrge-scale diorrama and pano orama projectss in the 1820s and 1830s. Having moved on from set he amateur design he conntinued to paiint them for th productions ddirected by Chharles Dicken ns. Painted in 18849, the originnal oil is in Th hurrock Museum. Stock: 48452
The S South-West Prospect off Yarmouth,, in the Coun nty of Norfoolk. 467.
Sam.l & Nathh.l Buck delinn. et sculp. Pub blish'd according to Act of Parliam ment January 7th 1741 ndon. Garden Courrt No.1 Middlee Temple, Lon Engravings. P Plate: 305 x 805mm 8 (12 x 31¾"). 3 Centraal fold as issuedd, old ink msss. plate numbeer. Slight offsetting in title at top. Small margins.. £4220 ng the docks, A detailed prrospect of Yarrmouth showin with a descriiptive text beloow and a key to the right. From the seriies 'Buck's Peerspective Views of Cities and Chief Toowns in Englaand and Waless'; an early printing, befoore the additioon of a plate number n top right.
A Desig gn for the P Proposed New w Church att Bridgwater, Somersettshire. 47 70.
Day D & Haghe Lith.rs L to the Q Queen. [1840..] Leetterpress with h lithographicc illustration, rare. r Sheet: 39 90 x 240mm (15¼ ( x 9½''). C Creasing and central fold ass issued and ass folded for poost, stamped No.22, N 1840. £95 A pamphlet pro oviding inform mation on a prroposed ch hurch to be bu uilt in the distrrict of Eastoveer in Bridgwater. Th he proposal alsso requests sub bscriptions bee donated and lists bankers and banking institutions i in So omerset and London L wheree subscriptionss can be reeceived. Addreessed on the vverso to a Mr Phippen, P Badgworth Cou urt, Cross. Stock: 48390
The Wind Rock, C Cheddar Clifffs, So omersetshirre. 47 71.
Mrs. M G. Rowe Lith._Printed L and Published d by G. Rowe, 9 Claren nce S.t., Chelteenham. Tiinted lithograp ph. Sheet: 3800 x 275mm (15 x 10¾'') £70 veery large marg gins. A view of the liimestone gorgge in the Mend dip Hill in So omerset. Stock: 48385
Remaains of Anciient Splendo our in Oxforrd and its Viciinity. 468.
Drawn from Nature and On O Stone by W. W A. Delamottte ker and C. Tillt Broad Street. Oxford. Soldd by J. H. Park a Strakers Litthographic Fleet St. Lonndon. Printed at Press, Georgge Yard, Lombbard Street Lo ondon. 1837. Series of 6 lithographs in wrappers, w scarrce item. 295 x ½ x 9''). Tears and stains in wrappers, w som me 230mm (11½ repairs & creeasing in platees. £3220 A collection of views of Oxford O in origiinal wrappers.. L Views In ink on fronnt wrapper siggned "Maria Lock". include: 'Oldd Houses in thee High St. Ox xford'; 'Old House in the High Street. Oxford'; O 'Hou use in the Highh M the Auction A Housee; Street. Oxforrd' including Mallams 'Room in Bisshop King's House. H St. Aldaates, Oxford'; 'Bishop Kingg's House S.t Aldates. A Oxford'; 'Manor House. Marsston, Near Oxfford'. Shops sh hown in the nd Spirits'; High Street iinclude: 'J. Coooper Wine an 'Gattle Tobaccconist'; 'T. Mallam M Auctioneer'. Stock: 48296
469. Cascades du Parrc d'Exton à M. de Gainsborou ugh. Projett d'une Casccade. [n.d., c.1777.] Rare engraviing. Plate: 2255 x 340mm (9 x 13½'') veryy large marginns. Staining. £1660 i Rutland, thee A view of thee waterfalls att Exton Park in home of the E Earls of Gainssborough. An illustration from 'Detail D Des Nouveauux Jardins a Laa Mode' 1777.. Stock: 48900
47 72. Chedda ar. Somerseetshire. Drawn, D Printed d & Published by G. Rowe. Cheltenham. Liithograph. Sheeet: 245 x 3200mm (9¾ x 12 2½'') very laarge margins. £70 A view of the liimestone gorgge in the Mend dip Hill near th he village of Cheddar C in Som merset. Stock: 48383
47 73. Chedda ar, Somerseet. Drawn, D Printed d & Published by G. Rowe, 9 Clarence S..t., Cheltenham m. [n.d., c.18440.] Tiinted lithograp ph. Sheet: 3800 x 275mm (15 x 10¾'') £70 veery large marg gins. A view of the liimestone gorgge in the Mend dip Hills near th he village of Cheddar C in Som merset. Stock: 48386
Ched ddar Cliffs. Looking L Towards the Entrance. 474.
From Naturee & on stone by b J.S. Prout. Printed P by C. Hullmandel. Published by George Daveey, 1, Broad S t. Bristol. Sheet: 260 x 205mm 2 (10¼ x 8'') very largge Lithograph. S margins. £660 A view of thee limestone goorge in the Meendip Hills neear Cheddar Villlage. Stock: 48387
475. Cook kes Folly. Sketched from Nature by T. T Hulley. Briistol, Publisheed by T. Bedforrd High Streett. [c.1830.] Lithograph. S Sheet: 230 x 290mm 2 (9¼ x 11½''). Slightt marking. £1660 A view of Coooks Folly in Hotwells nearr Bristol. Stock: 48532
The H Hermitage, at Hatch Co ourt Somers.re S Seat of John n Collins Esq. 476.
Drawn and eengraved by T. Bonnor. [n.d d., c.1785.] Sheet 65 x 1055mm (2½ x 4¼ ¼"). Trimmedd. Engraving. S £445 A little shrine under a casccade with a monk praying too C (in Hatcch Beauchampp, a crucifix. Coollins' Hatch Court Taunton Deaane), was builtt c.1755; the gardens g are listed, Gradee II. Drawing of lady verso.. Stock: 48822
477. [The Avon at Cliifton.] NP. 1787. ur as normal. Hand-coloured aquatint with watercolou med within platte. Sheet: 280 x 405mm (11 x 16''). Trimm £4880 A view of thee Avon at Hottwells near Brristol showingg boats being ppulled along thhe river by row wing boats. B By Bristol born artist Nicholaas Pocock (174 40-1821). Stock: 49047
478. Seeth hing Wells. [n.d., c.1850??] Ink sketch m map. Sheet 4255 x 680mm (16 6¾ x 26¾"). Tears. £1660 m near the A sketch mapp of the Brighhton Road from Thames Dittoon Marina to the t Fox & Ho ounds public house at Wesstfield Road, with w Brighton n Road (to Surbiton) maarked 'From Brighton'. B It is possible this was draw wn when both Chelsea Wateer Lambeth Wateerworks were about a to be Works and L
t original reelocated to Seeething Wells iin 1852 after their sites were declaared too pollut uted to providee drinking water w safely. Stock: 49013
47 79. St. Leonard on Seaa. Sussex. A.B. A del. On sto one by J.S. Teempleton. [n.d d., c.1840.] Liithograph and d separate letteerpress on scraapsheet. Sh heet: 405 x 23 30mm (16 x 9'''). Images trim mmed with staining and creeasing. £240 A view of St Leeonards with aaccompanying g text deescribing the town. t The imaage shows thee town from th he sea, on the beach b bathingg machines can n be seen and caarriages drive along the widde promenade bordering th he beach. The text below deescribes the route from Hastings H to the town, the num mber of housees and public bu uildings and coaches whichh run to the tow wn. St Leeonard's on Seea was designned and started d in 1828 by Lo ondon propertty developer JJames Burton who had the id dea of setting out o a new seasside resort. Th he town now fo orms part of Hastings. H Stock: 48936
48 80. [Views at St. Leonaards, Near Hastings. H The T First Sto one Laid Maarch 1, 1828.] Views of th he Villa Cotttage & Lodgge. At the North N End off the Vale off St. Leonarrds. [&] The South Lodge L [&] Th he Public Roooms. [&] The T Double Villas V East & West of thee Public Roo oms. [&] The T Imperiall with the Baaths Public Rooms and Adjacent A Buiildings on thhe Marina. [&] [ The Baths, B North Front, as fiirst intended d [&] The Baths, B North Front. [&] The West Villa V and Adjoining A Ho ouses of the Marina. [& &] The West Terrace. T [&] The East C olonnade. [&] [ The East E Gate & Adjoining H House Facin ng the Sea. [A All but first plate] J.B. 18299. Drawn on Stone S by T. Dighton D & T. Bartholomew. B Printed by C.. Hullmandel. Elleven lithograaphs, stitched aas booklet. Eaach 245 x 32 20mm (9½ x 12½"). 1 Lackinng two plans, front plate with w some tonin ng. £380 Jaames Burton (1761-1837), a successful London L arrchitect, purch hased land from m the Eversfield estate andd seet about develo oping the new w town and ressort of St Leeonards-on-Seea. Abbey: 162 62. Stock: 49011
A View w of the Grannd Lake & Pantheon, P in n the Celebrated Gardenn of M.r Ho oare, at Sttourton in Wiltshire W Taaken from th he Mount off Diana. D 48 81.
[n n.d., c.1770.] Rare engraving g. Plate: 200 x 265mm (8 x 10½''). Very slight creasing. Trimmed to platemark. £160 A view of the ornate o gardenss at the Stourh head estate in Wiltshire. W Afterr the Hoare faamily bought the t property in n 1717 they made various chhanges to the existing ho ouse and grou unds includingg the artifical lake l and vaarious follies. Architects invvolved were Colen C Campbell, Willliam Benson, FFrancis Cartw wright , Henryy W Wilkinns. Fllitcroft and William Stock: 48899
482. Mena ai Bridge. [n.d., c.1820.] Sheet 285 x 405mm (11¼ x 16"). £1330 Lithograph. S A sketch of T Thomas Telfoord's suspensio on bridge, completed inn 1826.
study of classiccal literature, aand was especcially in nterested in thee great oratorss of antiquity. NPG: D34801. D Whitm man 232. Stock: 49141
483. View w on the Riveer Wye. Drawn by Paayne. Aquat.a J Hassell. Lon ndon, Pub. 1 Jan 1811, byy J. Hassell, Drrawing Master mm (10¼ x Aquatint, priinted in colourrs. 260 x 349m 13¾"). Trimm med to plate, some surface soiling. £1330 View of the R River Wye, Foour women an nd a man withh baskets in thee foreground; a man herdin ng two donkeyys up the lane too the cottage; and a sailing ship on the river. L in Englandd: From Hassell's 'Aqua Pictuura'. Abbey: Life 140. Stock: 48994
484. My H Highland Laaddie. No.7.. London, Pubb.d Nov. 1. 18225 by W. Colee, 10, Newgatte Street. P 150 x 12 25mm (6 x 5'')) Stipple, printted on india. Plate: large marginns. Foxing. £665 wing a Scottissh boy playing g a chanter to a A scene show young Scottish woman. Stock: 49096
The E Ejectment. To the Abseentees of Ireland thiss print illusttrative of th he domestic misery of th heir Tenanttry is respectfully dedicated tto their veryy humble serrv.t. Edw.d Hayes. 485.
Drawn on Stone by E. Hayyes. Printed by y M. H. & J. W W. blished by M.H H. Allen, 32 Daame S.t Dublinn. Dublin, Pub & J.W. Allenn, 32 Dame Sttreet. [1840.] Lithograph, sscarce. Sheet: 370 x 440mm m (14¾ x 17½ ½''). Trimmed, creeased in centrre and laid on album sheet. £6550 A scene in a rustic Irish hoome showing the poverty ng the mid 19tth many familiees were experiienceing durin century. By IIrish artist Edw ward Hayes (1 1797-1864). Stock: 48538
The R R.t. Hon.blee Henry Gra attan, M.P. This Print is with perm mission Dediicated to thee Rt. Hon.blee Earl Fitzw william by hiis ob.t. & very h.ble S Serv.t J. Ramsay. 486.
Painted by J. Ramsay. Enggraved by C. Turner. T Londoon R No. 23, 2 Great Pub. Oct.r 255. 1806 by J. Ramsay, Pultney Streeet, Golden Squuare, & by C. Turner (for thhe proprietor) 50, Warren Strreet, Fitzroy Square. Fine mezzotiint. 510 x 355mm (20 x 14""), with very large marginns. £2880 ber of the Irishh Henry Grattaan (1746-18200) was a memb House of Com mmons and a campaigner for f legislative freedom for tthe Irish Parliament in the late l 18th century. He oopposed the Act A of Union 1800 1 that merged the K Kingdoms of Ireland I and Grreat Britain. A member of thhe Anglo-Irishh elite of Proteestant background, Grattan was a distinguished student at n a lifelong Trinity Colleege, Dublin whhere he began
48 87. [A pair r of importaant Irish scra apbooks.] Olio, O or Scrap p Book. A m miscellaneou us Collection C of Biography,, Literature,, Anedotes, Poetry & Em mbellished wi with a Great Variety of Engravings E Selected S &A Arranged by y E. Madder. M Vol.. 1. [&] Olioo; or, Scrap Book. A Collection C of Anecdotes, Poetry, &c Selected an nd Arranged by E.M. V Vol II. Printeed at the Limerick L Adv vertiser Offfice By A. MacDonnell, M 18 822. [1 1818-1822.] Tw wo scrapbook ks. Folio, conte temporary halff-calf with marbled m boardss, titlepages coomposed of leetterpress cu uttings. Volum me I with wateercolour vigneette, Volume II with engraved scrap,445 x 280mm (17½ ½ x 11''). mely distressedd, most gatherrings loose. Binding extrem £10000 Tw wo large scrap p albums com mpiled between n 1818 and 18 822 by E. Mad dder in Cork. Amongst the contents of seeparately published items arre 436 consecutively nu umbered pagees in Vol I & 3360 pages in Vol V II. Both th he albums have a large quanntity of cut-ou uts from Cork & Limerick loccal newspapers rs. Amongst A the co ontents are: VOL V I: Paul Saandby 'Flying Machine from m Edinburgh' 17 762, (differentt version to BM M 3859); Flin nt Map; Mrs. Kelly K in Irish Widow; W Doctoor, Q - Dr. Orlando B; Saalamande; The Jew/The Dooctor; Indian Juggler, J Dublin; D Mr. Sadler Ascent K Kilmainham 18 816; Female Saalamander Ad dvert; Mr. O’M Mulcahy Takee off of Dancing D Master; Raree Show w; Kitchingmaan’s Sttenography; Collings, C Samuuel - Death too o many for th he Doctor, Hib bernian Mag; L Lord’s Prayerr in the size off a Silver Penny; 5 Lions & Veerses; Cure fo or Love; The ppesleys Cheesemonger;; No Grumblinng a Tale; Hip Drunken D Men; Plan Radcliffe fe Library Oxfford 1814; Paair Magnus Jaackson, 2 sheeets; A; Welsh Sermon at a fu uneral; Tradeccard - Russell T Tea Man; Cocckneys Jo ournal; The Qu uizes; Map off Matrimony Wales W & Irish Seea; Larrys Farrewell; Tradeccard – Whiteleeys; Patent seelf acting Kitchen range; Toom Moor; Elep phant;
Physiognomiical System W. W Bryan; Pairr Despatch Notices 18188; LT Englandd Notice; Man n of Letters or Pierots; Alphhabet; Tradecaard – Carpet & Furniture warehouse; IIll Timed Conntroversy 1787 7 Hibernian Mag; Lady G Godiva; Tradecard - Bowyer, M – Haberdasheryy & Fancy waarehouse; Thee Pret & the Painter of Hiibernian Mag;; Burnetts Pateent Paratout; Guerin, J - T Temple of Fanccy Limerick; Lyon L Entrancced after Hogarthh, c. 1762 – diifferent versio on to BM 39222. As well as nuumerous otherr illustrations and scraps. VOL II: Mr. Charles Funeeral scene skelleton, the deviil muel Smith, etc; Advert - “Spanker” Horse Sale Sam t letter “S”; Original Mussic Strangford – a take off of the B Jonath han B 1782Roundell dessigned by J. Blewitt, 1853; “An Eppitome of the Logerian Sysstem” in ink.; Royal Patentt Chiroplast Hands H Directorr adapted to a Cabinet; Pianno Forte (Inveented by Johan nn B. Logier);; The Coalitionn; Jukes – Prinnting House Strawberry S Hiill; Parting admoonition & Inauugauration of George IV; Advert - Perfforming Dogss; Barker’s Pan norama, Waterloo 1816; Nelson’s Grand G View of o London/Panoorama Lapp’s Island (Cork)); Biblical Branches staarting with Addam and finish hing with Jesuus; Life Pressingg sea mattress invented by J. J S. Eschauzieer, Gibraltar; Neewspaper Advvert – Plan of Jefferson J New w Hampshire; A Advert - Mr. Maillardet; M Co ork mechanicaal museum & aautomaton draw wing; Advert – Mr. Matthews at home 1819; A Song to the Yeomanary oof grim; Dandiess Cork; Tradeccard – Davis; Barret the Pilg Toilette; Thee Castle Bulliees discomforteed, 1784; BM 1948.0214.7557; Sale the Day, D Mr. Leary y; Tradecard – Cook’s Appaartus Deakin & Duncan; Jud dith Sargent Murray 17900 “Equality off the Sexes” frontis?; Tradecard – H Harrington, Cork C Drugist; Tradecard T Franklin Jew weller Goldsmiith College Grreen, Dublin; Tradecard – W W. Long Breaadmaker Chelltenham. As well as numeerous other illuustrations and d scraps.
49 90. The Du ublin Great Industrial Exhibition E off All Nations. Siir J. Benson, Architect. A Reaad & Co. Litho ographers. Pu ublished by Authority, A Mayy 26th 1853, Read R & Co. Liithographers, 10 Johnson's Court, Fleet S.t. S London. Chromolithograaph, rare. Sheeet: 290 x 535m mm (11½ x 1''). Dusty in margins. m 21 £350 A view of John n Benson's exhhibition buildiing for the Dublin D Great In ndustrial Exhib ibition in 1853 3. The ex xhibition was held in the gro round of Leinsster House from 12th May until 31st Occtober. Exhibittors included prroducers of Iriish linen and ffurniture, American manufacturers m such s as Colt aand Singer, Au ustralian gold miners m and Brittish industriess. Description below title. Stock: 48549
488. The S Scalp, Co. Wicklow. W [n.d., c.1835.] ( x 10½''). Lithograph, rrare. Sheet: 1990 x 270mm (7½ Remains of sscrap, sheet veerso. £775 A view of thee Scalp a peakk in the mounttain range of Barnaslingann in Ireland. Stock: 48342
Cottaage at Cartoon, The Seatt of his Gracce the Duke of Leinster. 489.
Drawn on Stone by Miss Isabella I Renny y. Printed by M.H. & J.W.. Allen. [n.d., c.1840.] Lithograph, pprinted on chiine collé, rare.. Sheet: 300 x 410mm (12 x 16¼'') very large l margins. Creasing. £2330 o Carton A view of a ssmall cottage on the estate of House, the seeat of the Dukke of Leinster. Stock: 48525
Ferdinandus III. D Dei Grat. Im mperator Rom. R Sep. Au ugust. Germ m. Hung. Boh. Rex: Archidux A Au ust. Dux Burrgund. etc. 49 91.
Ant. A van Dyck pinxit. Corn. G Galle Iunior sculpsit. s [?] ex xcudit Antwerrpiae A.o. 16449. [Later impression.] En ngraving, 18th h century wateermark. Plate: 275 x 19 95mm (10¾ x 7¾'') very larrge margins. Staining. S £75 A portrait of Ho oly Roman Em mperor Ferdin nand III (1 1607-1657). H.123 H II of II Stock: 48567
49 92. Le Pind de. Traverséée de Jannin na à Tricala. T L. Dupré. Litho. de C. Mollee. [n.d., c.1820.] graph. Sheet 4470 x 365mm (18½ x Coloured lithog 4½"). Spotting g in unprintedd areas, repaireed tears in 14 ed dges. £480 A scene of Lou uis Dupré and his fellow travellers cllimbing up a snowy s pass in the Pindus Mountains M
with the helpp of local guiddes. The artist is recognisablle by the drawinng book he caarries. From Louis D Dupré's ''Voyaage à Athèness et à Constantinopple''. Stock: 49026
49 96. Theoph hile Brachett S. De La Milletiere M Con.er C Du. Roy R En Ses C Con.ls Desta at et Prive. Ph h. Champaign ne pinx. T. Moorin scul. cum m priv. Regis. [n n.d., c.1650.] En ngraving. Sheeet: 310 x 250m mm (12 x 9¾''). Trimmed. £230 A portrait of Frrench statesmaan Théophile Brachet de la Milletière M (1588-1665). Stock: 49079
49 97. Louis Duc D de Bourrgogne. Piint par de Troy ye. Gravé parr le Chevalier Edelinck C.P.R. [n.d., c.1 1702.] ngraving. Platte: 400 x 290m mm (15¾ x 11 1½'') large En margins. m Tear in left edge. £240 A portrait of Lo ouis Duc de B Bourgogne (16 682-1712) allso know as th he ''Petit Daupphin'' whose grrandfather was w Louis XIV and son Louiis XV. Stock: 48742
Ali P Pacha de Jan nnina, chasssant sur le laac de Butrintoo en Mars 18819. Pl. VIIII. 493.
L. Dupré. Im mp. Litho. de M.elle M Formen ntin. [n.d., c.1820.] Coloured lithhograph. Sheeet 355 x 515mm (14 x 20½""), publisher's bllind stamp. £4880 Ali Pasha of Yannina (17440-1822), the Ottoman umelia, in a Albanian ruleer of the western part of Ru rowing boat w with six oarsm men and bodyguard, smokinng a pipe. From m Louis Dupré''s ''Voyage à Athènes A et à Constantinopple''. Lord Byron vvisited the couurt of Ai in Ioannina in 18009 and had veryy mixed feelings about him and his court.. Ali Pasha waas notorious thhroughout the region for thee cruelties infliicted on his suubjects, from torture t to rapee and even muurder. In 1820 the tensions with w the Turkiish Reforms grew w and after tw wo years of fig ghting the Ottoman forcces took hold of Ioannina fo orcing Ali Pasha to surrrender. He waas asked to surrrender for beheading, w which he refussed and contin nued to fight until he was eventually shoot. Stock: 49025
Vue d de la Ville et du Pont dee Bordeaux Prise du qu uai de la Basstide. 494.
L. Garneray Pinx et Sculps. Paris chez Bassett, B rue Stt Jacques No 664. [n.d., c.18330.] Aquatint. Sheet 390 x 490mm (15¼ x 19¼"). Trimmeed £4880 within plate. A very fine vview of Bordeeaux by Ambroise Louis Garneray (17783-1857), with the new Po ont de Pierre, built 1819-222. It was desiggned for Napo oleon but builtt until five yeaars after his faall; however itt retained the 117 arches (the nnumber of letteers in the nam me 'Napoléon Bonaparte') aand the white medallions in n honour of thee emperor abovve each pillar. Stock: 48284
495. [Hen nri Jules de Bourbon-Co B ondé.] Mignard Pinxx. N. Boilly Sculp. S [n.d., c.1680.] Engraving. 3355 x 280mm (14 x 11''). Crreasing. £2330 d Bourbon-Co ondé (1643A portrait off Henri Jules de 1709). Stock: 48744
49 98. Fonten nelle. Peeint pas Garneerey. Gravé paar P.M. Alix. [n.d., c.1810.] 3 x 230mm Colour-printed French mezzootint. Sheet: 310 12 x 9''). Trimm med. £160 (1 A portrait of Frrench writer B Bernard Le Bo ovier de Fo ontenelle (165 57-1757) whoo contributed to the Age of En nlightenment in France. Stock: 48905
49 99. [Lafaye ette.] Liith. de Delpecch. [n.d., c.18330.] Liithograph. Sheeet: 255 x 1700mm (10 x 6¾ ¾''). £50 A portrait of Frrench aristocraat and generall Lafayette (1 1757-1834) wh ho fought in thhe American Revolutionary Wars W and the French Revollution. Stock: 48752
50 00. Louis Dauphin D de France. Hyacinth H Rigau ud. P. Drevet ssculp. [n.d., c.1701.] En ngraving. Platte: 470 x 340m mm (18½ x 13 3¼'') large margins. m Slightt crease in cenntre, repaired hole. h £290 A portrait of Lo ouis the Grandd Dauphin (16 661-1711), elldest son of Lo ouis XIV whoo died before his h father. Stock: 48741
50 01. Louis de d XIIII Konning van Vrrankryk en Navarre. N [JJan Luyken.] [1685.] [ En ngraving, 17th h century wateermark. Sheett: 280 x 18 85mm (11 x 7¼''). Trimmedd and paper to one; creasing. An A equestrian portrait p of Louuis XIV. Illusttration from th he first volumee of Lieuwe vaan Aitzema's and Lambert vaan den Bos' "H Historien onsees tyds, behelzzende Saken vaan Staat en oo orlogh", Jan Cllaesz. ten Hoo orn & Jan Bouman: Amsterdam, 1685. Stock: 49111
Le Reg gne de Louiss XV Roi de France et dee Navarre Commencé C ppar la Délivrrence des Prisonniers d'Etat d et le R Rapel des Ex xilez le 4, Seeptembre 17 715. 50 02.
[n n.d., c.1715.]
Very rare enggraving. Sheeet: 430 x 530m mm (17 x 21'').. Trimmed andd damaged. £4880 A scene show wing the younng king of Fran nce Louis XV V (1710-1774) upon the throone. He ascend ded the thronee on the 1st Seeptember 17155 following the death of his great-grandfaather Louis XIV. As Louis XV was so young Phillippe Duc D'Orleeans acted as Regent R until thhe king came off age. Stock: 49078
[Ferd dinand de Neufille, N Bish hop of Saint-Malo.] 503.
Champaigne Pinxit. Nanteeuil Sculpebat. [n.d., c.16577.] Plate: 365 x 2665mm (14½ x 10½''). £2440 Engraving. P A half-lengthh portrait of Ferdinand de Neufille, N Bishoop of Saint-Malo (1608-90). Stock: 48746
504. M. lee Dauphin. N. Habert facciebat. A Paris Chez Habert, rue S.t Jacques procche St. Severinn a la Maison Royale. [n.d.,, c.1690.] Sheet: 405 x 250mm (16 x 9¾''). 9 Trimmeed Engraving. S and laid on aalbum sheet att sides. Slightt creasing. £3660 A portrait off Louis, Duke of Burgundy (1682-1712) ( nquish him froom also known aas le Petit Dauuphin to distin his father le G Grand Dauphiin. Stock: 49114
View w of the Pyreenees from Pau. P [in manuscriptt.]
Th heatre, a Synaagoge, the Oraangerie, the Marketplace, M Hotel H de Saxe and a the Kreuzz Kirche. Stock: 48295
[Muggeendorf Cavee.] Abbildungen und beeschreibung gen merkwüürdiger holen um ru uggendorf im m banreuthiischen oberland fur frreunde der nature n und kkunst... 50 07.
Jo ohann Christiaan Rosenmülleer. Erlangen verlegt v ben Jo ohann Jalob Paalm, 1796. Leetterpress with h two etched pplates, rare. 415 x 300mm (1 16 x 11¾'') large paper copyy. Front wrapp per and Frrontis stained and foxed. £700 A letterpress deescription of thhe caves at Muggendorf M with w illustration ns of the entraance and interiior of the caave by Johann n Christian Roosenmüller (17 771-1820). Rosenmüllerwaas a German aanatomist who o worked on fo ossils in the caave, he gave thhe binomial naame to the Ursus U spelaeus,, an extinct beear he identifieed from fo ossils in the Muggendorf M cav aves. Stock: 48560
50 08. Antonius Albicius Nobilis Flor rentinus. Hæc H est Albittii, Regum qqui Stemmata scripsit.... [n n.d., c.1625.] En ngraving. Platte: 190 x 125m mm (7½ x 5''). £280 A portrait of Itaalian jurist andd genealogist Antonio Albizzi A (1547-1 1626). Stock: 49120
Done by Mrss. Martin Smitth (née Louisaa Ridley). [in manuscript.] 1852. w acrross three Very large Panorama in watercolour mm (12 x 56¼ ¼''). Staining inn sheets. Total: 310 x 1430m £5550 edges. P lookiing A view of Paau in the northhern edge of Pyrenees across the tow wn to the mouuntains. Painteed by Louisa Smith, wife oof Martin Tuccker Smith (18 803-1880) whoo was a bankerr and Liberal party p politiciaan, and daughtter of Sir Mattheew White Ridley. Stock: 48559
50 09. Joanne es Corneliuss Dux Ven.m m Cre.s XXII X Maij MDCCIX. M Gio. G Agostino Cassana C pinx. Johannes Sm mith fecit Lo ondini 1712. A rare combinaation of mezzootint & engrav ving; 18th ceentury waterm mark. Plate: 4115 x 295mm (16½ x 11½''). Damage D in marrgins. £180 A portrait of the Doge of Vennice, Giovann ni Corner (1 1647-1722). Stock: 48792
51 10. Vue de la Fontainee du Jardin de Montalte M au Terme T de D Diocletian sur le Mont Viminal V a Ro ome. Fontanna e Pischierra nel Giardino G Montalto alle T Terme Dioclletiane su l Monte M Vimin nale. AParis A chez Pasquier rue St. Severin chez un Vitrier. [n n.d., c.1770.] engraving. Pllate: 290 x 415mm (11½ x Hand-coloured H £175 14 4¼''). Manuscript in marginns. A view of an orrnate complexx of fountains in the an ncient Baths of o Diocletian in Rome. Stock: 48366
506. Erinn nerung an Dresden. D Nature Zeuchhnung v. O. Wagner. W Stahl Stich v. E. Schmidt. [n.dd., c.1850.] Engraving. P Publisher's stam mp on left. Plate: 240 x £1220 295mm (9½ x 11½''). Bit dusty. d den arranged A collection of souvenir views of Dresd P Gardenns. around a cenntral view whicch shows the Palace Other views include the Caffe Reale, the Kings
51 11. [A View w of Trent, iin the Tyroll.] Paainted by Sir A.W. A Callcottt, R.A. Engrav ved by James B. Allen. Londo on, Publishedd July 1, 1840,, by the dward & Williiam Finden] No. N 18 & 19, Prroprietors [Ed So outhampton Place, P Euston SSquare, Sold also a by F.G. Moon, M Threadn needle Street & Ackermann n & Co. Sttrand Prroof engraving g on chine colllé. 365 x 610mm (14½ x £160 24 4"), with very large marginss.
A view of Trrento (anglicissed as Trent), formerly partt of Austria but aannexed by Itaaly in 1919. Sir Augustuss Wall Callcottt (1779-1844)), a friendly rival of J.M.W W. Turner, maade Keeper off the Queen's Pictures in 18843. He painted this picturee for his friendd Samuel Cartw wright, a denttist. Exhibited at the R.A. inn 1836, The Tiimes newspapper commented d that to ''lookk at Callcott's ''Trent in the Tyrol' T after a dose d of Turnerr's 'Mercury andd Argus' is as cool and refreeshing as iced champagne aafter mulligataawny''. This pllate was engraved forr Finden's 'Galllery of British h Art'. Stock: 48491
Partiicular Draugghts of somee of the chieef African Islaands in the Mediterranean, as also in the Atlan ntic and Eth hiopic Ocean ns 512.
[St Helena siigned] By Em man. Bowen. London, L c.17477. Engraved maap. Sheet 370 x 475mm (14 4½ x 18¾"). A few small teaars, edges worrn. £2880 Eight maps oon one sheet: Malta, M Gozo & Comino; Algoa de Salldana; Tenerifffe; Cape Verd de Islands; St Helena; Maddeira; Table Baay; and 'A Plaan of the Dutcch Fort at the Caape of Good Hope'. H Stock: 48930
Adam m Comtesse de Holland de et Zeeland de 15 en Seign nurie. 513.
Sichem fecit. [1603.] Plate: 200 x 1225mm (8 x 5'')). Creasing, Engraving. P staining and offset. £995 A portrait off Ada Countesss of Holland (1188-1223), Dirk VII Counnt of Holland. An illustratioon daughter of D from 'La Graande Chroniquue Ancienne et Moderne de Hollande...' bby Jean Francoois le Petit 1603. Stock: 48863
Philip ppus Baldæ æus Delphensis V.D. M. Primo Ann num in Puntte Gale, Posttea in Regnoo Iaffnapatnaam in Insulaa Ceylon 8 Annos, A Iam in Geervliet 22. Ætatis 38. A. 1671. 514.
vr. Sÿderveltt. I:v P. A. Bloooteling sculp p. [1671.] Engraving. P Plate: 275 x 1990mm (10¾ x 7½'') very large marginns. £1880 A portrait off Dutch minister Philips Balldaeus (16321671) who trravelled to Ceyylon. Stock: 49119
515. Gran nd hospice du d béguinagee à Bruxellees. [n.d., c.1830.] Sheet: 220 x 270mm 2 (8¾ x 10½''), with Lithograph. S large marginns. £1220 A view of thee Grand hospiice de béguinaage in Brussells, now know ass the Hospice Pachéco whicch was built between 1824 and 1827.
A portrait of four burgomasteers of Amsterrdam, Antonius A Oetgeens van Waveeren; Albertus Conradi Burgh; Petrus Hasselaar H and Abraham Boo om, awaiting he arrival of Marie M de Medicci. An illustraation to th 'M Medicea Hospees' by Caspar Barlaeus. Stock: 48749
51 17. 'The Sttaalmasters''. Rembrandt. Joh hannes Pieter dde Frey. [n.d., c.1799.] En ngraving, 18th h century wateermark. Plate: 320 x 36 65mm (12½ x 14½'') large m margins. Repaaired damage in n top edge. Stain bottom lefft. £320 A group portraiit of the Syndiics of the Clotthmakers Jaacob van Loon n, Volckert Jan ansz, Willem van v Doeyenburg, D Aernout A van deer Mye and Jo ochem de Neve. N After a painting p by Reembrandt whicch is now ho oused in the Rijksmuseum R iin Amsterdam m. Stock: 48750
51 18. [A Raftt.] Een Vlod dt, Een Ond derlegger. J.JJ. [Rainer Zeeeman.] Etching ng, fine, 18th century c watermark. w Plate: 135 x 240m mm (5¼ x 9½ ½''). Th hread marginss. £240 A view of rafts near Amsterddam. Plate 2 from fr 'V Verscheÿde Scchepen en Gessichten van Am mstelredam. Derde D Deel'. Stock: 48351
Friedriich Wilhelm m, II König von v Preussen. 51 19.
Graff G pinx. Tart sculp.t Pub aas the Act direects by the prroprietor Aug..t 25 1789 Lonndon. Colour printed stipple. Plate:: 225 x 160mm m (9 x 6¼'') laarge margins. £190 A profile portraait of Fredericck Wilhelm II of Prussia (1 1744-1797). Stock: 48797
[Fourr Burgomassters of Amssterdam.] Effigies Noobilissimorum et Amplisssimorum...
Capt.n W. H. Parker, Del.t. [n [n.d., c.1855.] Rare tinted litho ographs. Sheeet: 420 x 285m mm (16¾ x 11 1¼''). £230 Tw wo portraits of o figures in thhe Crimea afteer drawings by y Captain W. H. Parker donne during the Crimean C War. W
T. de Keÿserr pinxit. I. Snÿÿderhoef sculp psit. [n.d., c.1638.] Sheet: 320 x 380mm (12½ x 15''). Trimm med Engraving. S within plate. £3440
Militarry Pasha & A Attendant. Tartar (G Governmentt Messengerr).
521. [Man n in a Sledgee Pulled by Reindeer.] R [n.d., c.1830.] Pencil drawinng; in reverse to print. Sheeet: 190 x 245mm (7½ x 9¾''). Damaaged and laid on album sheeet. £1220 Northern Europpe showing a man m in a sledgge A scene in N pulled by a reeindeer and a woman and child. c After a lithograph. SSee 49108 Stock: 49109
522. [Man n in a Sledgee Pulled by Reindeer.] R [n.d., c.1830.] Sheet: 190 x 245mm 2 (7½ x 9¾''). Trimm med Lithograph. S and creased. £995 Northern Europpe showing a man m in a sledgge A scene in N pulled by a reeindeer and a woman and child c standing by a hut coveered in reindeer skins. See 49109 4 for drawing. Stock: 49108
[Porttrait of a Ru ussian Ortho odox Priest, titled in Cyyrillic.] 523.
H=Mibreulenn [?] 1844. Puublié par Dazaario à Moscouu et à St Petersboourg. Rare lithograaph with handd colour with gum g arabic highlights. Shheet 525 x 375mm (20¾ x 14¾"). Paper toned. £5550 A Russian orrthodox priestt, wearing a jewel-encrustedd medallion poortrait of Jesuss. Stock: 49142
A view of Tobo olsk in Russiaa situated at th he confluence off the Irtysh and Tobol riverss and a large waterfall. w Stock: 48405
52 26. [Tsar Alexander A III.] [n n.d., c.1880.] Ph hotograph on card; stampedd William Luk ks verso. Sh heet: 105 x 60 0mm (4 x 2¼'''). £110 A portrait of Tssar Alexanderr II (1818-1881) who was asscended the Russian throne in 1855. Titlee and details in n Russian cyrilllic. Stock: 48957
52 27. [Henning Meyercrron.] Perillu ustris Dominus D H. Meyercron M E Eques Aura atus Ordiniss Dannebrogic D i... Hyacint. H Rigaud pinx. C. Verrmeulen sculp p. et excud. C.P.R. [n.d., c.1 1694.] ngraving, 17th h century wateermark. Plate: 475 x En 35 55mm (18¾ x 14'') very larg rge margins. Thread T margins. m £260 A portrait of Daanish diplomaat Henning Meeyercron (1 1608-1656). Stock: 48747
52 28. [Alphonso VI of Caastille and León.] L Willms W Rogers Sculp. [n.d., cc.1602.] Rare engraving g. Sheet: 265 x 170mm (10½ ½ x 6¾''). Trrimmed. Sligh ht staining. £230 A full length po ortrait of Alphhonso VI of Castille C and Leeón (1040-110 09) who was kknown as 'Thee Brave'. Peerhaps used ass an illustratioon to Sir Williiam Segar's 'H Honour Militarry and Civill' 1602. Ex Colllection Hon. Christopher C Lennox-Boyd. Stock: 48880
52 29. Philipp pe Duc d'Annjou. Piint par de Troy ye. Gravé parr le Chevalier Edelinck C.P.R. [1698.] mm (15¼ x 11½''). ngraving. Sheeet: 390 x 295m En £190 Trrimmed and mounted m into aalbum sheet. A portrait of Ph hilippe, later PPhilippe V of Spain (168317 746) son of Lo ouis Grand Daauphin. Stock: 48743
524. Un S Samojeed. [n.d., c.1790.] Plate: 190 x 1770mm (7½ x 6¾''), 6 very largge Engraving. P margins. £550 m from Siberia. A portrait off a Samoyed man Stock: 48572
Tobooleski The ch hief City of Siberia. Th he Great rock ky Waterfalll call'd Skam manskoy. Vool. II. pa. 921. 525.
[n.d., c.1748.] Sheet: 405 x 2445mm (16 x 9¾''). 9 Trimmeed Engraving. S on left. £880
53 30. Vue de Genève dep puis Cologni. [n n.d., c.1840.] Very V fine hand--coloured aquuatint. Sheet: 220 2 x 290mm (8 8¾ x 11½''). Trimmed. T £450 A view of Geneeva with fine hhand-colour. Stock: 48586
53 31. Genêve e. Grundmann G dell. [n.d., c.18400.] Hand-coloured H aquatint. Sheeet: 155 x 210m mm (6 x 8¼ ¼''). Trimmed d. £230 A view of Geneeva with fine hhand-colour. Stock: 48587
532. [Porttrait of a Wo oman Sitting on Ruins.]] C. Werner, f. 1873. Chromolithograph. Sheet: 255 x 375mm m (10 x 14¾'') . £1330 w sitting oon A scene by thhe Nile showiing a young woman Ancient Egypptian ruins. Frrom set of 24 plates in 'Carll Werner's Nile Sketches', printed p in 5 parts. Stock: 48575
To th he very Reveerend Dr Geeorge Markham, Dean of Yoork. This Viiew of Markham's Cove, Algooa Bay, Cap pe of Good Hope, Is deedicated by his most obeed.t Serv.t. [Geo Dinsd dale From Sketches sentt to England d by his Exceellency Majoor Genl Sir Rufane Shawe Don nkin K.C.B. Acting Gov vernor, &c. &c.] 533.
[n.d., c.1820.] heet: 260 x Hand-coloured lithograph,, very rare. Sh ¼ x 13¼''). Triimmed inside title. £2000 340mm (10¼ A view of thee Cape of Goood Hope sent back by Sir Rufane Shaw we Donkin, a British B officerr, who settled in the Cape Collony followingg the death off his wife whoo was the daugghter of Rev. Dr. D George Markham to whom this pllate is dedicated. Stock: 48051
53 35. To the Right Hon.b ble Fredericca, Countess C of Mansfield. M T This View off Port Elizabeth E Alg goa Bay, Caape of Good Hope, from m Markham's M Cove. C Is deddicated by heer Ladyship's L most m obed.t SServ.t Geo. Dinsdale. D From Sketches sent to Enngland by his h Excellency E Major M Gen.l SSir Rufane Shawe Donkin, D K.C..B. Acting G Governor &cc. &c. Prrinted by C. Hullmandel. H [nn.d., c.1820.] Hand-coloured H lithograph, veery rare. J. Whatman 1821 watermark. w Sheeet: 345 x 4655mm (13½ x 18½'') very laarge margins. £320 A view of the Port P Elizabethh sent to Englaand by Sir Rufane Shawe Donkin, a Briitish officer, who w settled in th he Cape Colon ny, the Port is named for hiss late wife Ellizabeth. Mark kham's Cove w was also nameed for his wife w whose maiden name waas Markham, other o prints fo or this series are dedicated tto members off her family. Stock: 48063
Run wiith the 7th D Dragoon Fox x Hounds in n Caffir Lan nd, Cape of G Good Hope.. 53 36.
Frrom a Sketch by Sir Harry D Darell, Bar.t. Day & Son Liith.rs to The Queen. Q [n.d., cc.1852.] Tiinted lithograp ph, rare. Sheeet: 450 x 560m mm (17¾ x 22 2'') very large margins. £280 A view in South h Africa show wing a fox hun nt through the African A landscaape. The localls are about to o throw spears att the hounds ch hasing the foxx. One of thirrteen views from 'China, India, Cape of G Good Hope an nd Vicinity' 18 852. Stock: 48105
53 37. Battle of o Otumba. Brighty del.t. Romney R sculp..t. London Pub blished by Rich.d Evans, 17, 1 Paternosteer Row. [n.d., c.1817.] En ngraving. Platte: 200 x 165m mm (8 x 6½'') very large margins. m £50 A historical sceene showing thhe Battle of Otumba O which was w fought betw ween the Spannish under Cortes and the Aztecs A in what is now Mexicco.
To M Miss Celia Markham, M Th his View of Port Elizab beth, Algoa Bay, B Cape of o Good Hope, Is deedicated by her most ob bed.t Serv.t Geo Dinsdaale. From Sketches S sen nt to England d by his Exceellency Majoor Gen.l Sir Rufane Shawe Don nkin K.C.B Acting A Goveernor &c. & &c. &c.
Printed by C. Hullmandel.. [n.d., c.1820.] heet: 345 x Hand-coloured lithograph,, very rare. Sh ½ x 18½'') veryy large margin ns £3220 465mm (13½ A view of thee Port Elizabeeth sent to Eng gland by Sir Rufane Shaw we Donkin, a British B officerr, who settled in the Cape Collony followingg the death off his wife Elizabeth (néée Markham), for whom thee port was named. Stock: 48062
Anacoa ana Condem mn'd to Deatth by the Sp paniards. 53 38.
Meyron M del. Ro omney scu. Loondon Pub. Jaan 25 1817 by Rich.d Evans White W row Spittalfields. En ngraving. Platte: 210 x 160m mm (8¼ x 6¼ ¼'') very large margins. m £50 A historical sceene showing A Anacoana, who was a Taaino chief cap ptured becausee of her suspected in nvolvement in attacks on thee Spanish setttlement in Hispaniola. H Anacoana was offfered the cho oice of beecoming a con ncubine to onee of the Spaniards but she reefused and so was w hanged. Stock: 48301
539. Columbus presenting the Pr roduction off the new Woorld to Ferd dinands & Issabella. Meyron del. Romney scu. London Pub. Jan. 11.1817 w Spitalfields. by Rich. Evaans White row Engraving. P Plate: 205 x 1660mm (8 x 6¼ ¼'') very large margins. £665 t explorer Christopher C A historic scene showing the g Ferdinand annd Columbus reeturning to thee court of King Queen Isabellla who had fuunded his expeeditions. Columbus prresents a groupp of Native Americans A whoo carry basketss full of fruit that t look like coconut. c
En ngraving. Sheeet: 260 x 200m mm (10¼ x 8'') very large margins. m Trimm med. £60 A historical sceene showing thhe English setttlers atttacking the Native Americaans in retaliatiion for an atttack on the En nglish settlem ment in Virginiia. Stock: 48300
The ffirst discoveery of Ameriica by Columbus. 540.
Meyron del. Romney scu. London Pub. Dec. 21 18611 by Rich.d Evvans White row w Spitalfieldss. Engraving. P Plate: 210 x 1660mm (8¼ x 10¼'') 1 very large marginns. £660 C An imaginedd historical sceene showing Columbus landing on thhe shores of thhe West Indiess. Stock: 48305
[Asceending Conffederate Fla ag with vignettes frrom Americcan Civil Wa ar surroundin ng] ''The Warrior's W Ban nner Takes its Flight too Greet the Warrior's W Soul''. S 541.
[Anon., c.18770] Lithograph w with hand-coloouring, sheet 355 3 x 275mm m (14 x 10¾"). Tears to edgees. £995 memorating thhe Confederaccy and its A plate comm veterans after their defeat in the Americcan Civil War.. B the Confederacy's C At the centree is the 'Steel Banner', second flag, topped with a cross to symb bolise the righteousness of the cause. The vignettees in the four nia. Top left: ' 'A corners relatee to four inciddents in Virgin Charge in thee Wilderness"" shows Roberrt E. Lee's famous attem mpt to lead thee Texas Brigad de in an assauult during the Baattle of the Wilderness W May y 5–7, 1864, inn which the trooops promisedd Lee they would only continue if thhe general mooved to a saferr location. Topp right: ''The C Crater'' shows the Union forces exploded a mine, blowinng a gap in thee Confederate defenses of Petersburg, V Virginia, July 30th, 1864. Bottom B left: ''The Fight inn Hampton Rooads'' shows th he SS Virginiaa, the the first C Confederate stteam-powered d ironclad warship, ram mming and sinkking the USS Cumberland, March 8th, 1862, the day before b the fam mous ironclad duel betweenn Virginia andd Monitor. Botttom right: ''After the Suurrender'' depicts General Lee thanking hhis officers while the defeatedd soldiers waitt for their paroles. Alabaman poeet A.J. Requieer's ''Ashes of Taken from A Glory'', ''Thee Warrior's Banner'' was a popular emblem m, p and several vversions of thiis print were published. Stock: 43104
The E English Purrsuing their Victory & Hunting th he Indians, from fr their Places of Retreat. 542.
London Publlished by Richh.d Evans Pateernoster Row.. [n.d., c.1817.]
[Plates from ''The Natural Hisstory of the ra arer Lepidopterous Inseects of Georrgia. In ncluding theeir systemati tic characterrs, the pa articulars off their severral metamorrphoses, an nd the plantts on which they feed. Collected C frrom the obseervations off Mr John Abbot, A manyy yeears residen nt in that couuntry, by Ja ames Edward E Smitth.''] 54 43.
[E Engraved by John Harris.] [[Two plates with w ink mss.] So old by R. Marrtin Book & PPrintseller, 47 Great Queen Sttr.t Lincolns In nn Fields [n.dd., latest waterrmark 1828.] 25 5 plates (of 10 04) plus 2 dupplicates, engravings with stipple and roullette, all in oriiginal hand co olour. Each c. 38 80 x 290mm (15 ( x 11½"), ssome on Whattman paper, watermarks w 18 820-8. Separatte issue plates thus a few sh howing signs of o wear, two pplates withoutt printed titles an nd numbers. £3500 A collection off plates of the bbutterflies and d moths of th he US state of Georgia, illusstrated with th heir larvæ, pu upæ and the plants each preefers to feed. Originally O publlished in 17977, the 'Natural History' was th he earliest illusstrated monoggraph devoted d to the bu utterflies and moths m of Nortth America. However H it was w not a comm mercial successs and existing g sets are paarticularly raree. The publishher Robert Maartin seems to haave bought thee plates c.18200 and issued them t in ndividually, no ot wishing to ttake on the ex xpence of reeprinting the teext, sometimees writing his publisher's p in nscription on them by hand. Stock: 49009
Peterr Stuyvesantts Army enttering New Amsterdam m. See Knicckerbocker'ss New York.. 544.
From a Draw wing by Williaam Heath of London. L Lithograph. S Sheet 250 x 715mm (10 x 28¼"). 2 Laid onn archival papeer. £3660 A satire depiicting the Dutcch colonists of New York inn the 1650s, naaming the fam milies underneaath, includingg Van Brummeel, Van Klotenn, Van Pelt, Van V Ness, Vann Higginbottom m, Van Groll, Gardenier, Van Hoesen, Couenhoven, and Van Korrtlandt. York, From th he Beginning oof From 'A Histtory of New-Y the World to the End of thhe Dutch Dynaasty, Containinng a Curious Matters, M the Among manyy Surprising and Unutterable P Ponderings off Walter the Doubter' D by 'Diedrich Knnickerbocker', a pseudonym m of Washingtoon Irving. Stock: 49144
[Skettch Map.] Dominion D of Canada. Albert Raillway of New w Brunswick k. 545.
Lithographicc map. Sheet: 440 4 x 540mm m (17¼ x 21¼' '). Creasing andd folds as issueed. £1330 A map of thee Albert Railw way in the areaa around the Bay of Fundyy. Towns marrked include Salisbury, S Alm ma, Harvey and G Greenville. Stock: 48595
Roraaima. A rem markable ran nge of Sandstone Mountains in Guiana. 546.
bo oundaries. Thee expedition w was headed by y Robert Hermann H Schom mburgk, who gave his nam me to the 'Schomburgk Line', L the bordeer between Brritish Guiana an nd Venezuela. Abbey Traveel 720; Borba de Moraes: ''T This album is quite rare''. Stock: 48695
54 48. Pirara and Lake A Amucu. The Site of El Dorado. D Drawn D from thee original Skeetch by Charlees Bentley. On O Stone by Geeorge Barnardd. London: Pu ublished by Ackermann A & Co., C 96 Strandd, 3rd. Aug.t 1840. 1 Tiinted lithograp ph with fine hhand colour, Printed P area 32 20 x 410mm (12½ ( x 16¼") large marginss. Laid on caard. £320 A native villagee on a plain beelow steep mo ountains, from 'Twelve views v in the innterior of Guiaana: from drrawings execu uted by Mr. Chharles Bentley y, after sk ketches during g the expeditioon carried on in i the years 18 835 to 1839'. Th he original sketch was by Ja James Morriso on, drraughtsman on n a British Goovernment exp pedition to su urvey Guiana and fix its easstern and westtern bo oundaries. Thee expedition w was headed by y Robert Hermann H Schom mburgk, who gave his nam me to the 'Schomburgk Line', L the bordeer between Brritish Guiana an nd Venezuela. Abbey Traveel 720; Borba de Moraes: ''T This album is quite rare''. Stock: 48694
Drawn from the original Sketch S by Charles Bentley. y C. On Stone by George Barnaard. Printed by kermann & Coo., Hullmandel. London: Publlished by Ack 96 Strand, 3rrd. Aug.t 18400. Tinted lithoggraph with finee hand colour, Printed area 300 x 410mm m (11¾ x 16¼ ¼")large margiins. Framed. Unexaminedd out of frame.. £3880 The Pakaraim ma Mountainss, include Mou unt Roraima, first describeed by the Engllish explorer Sir S Walter Raleigh in 15595, shared beetween Venezzuela, Guyana and Brazil. The original sketch was byy James Morriison, G expedition e to draughtsmann on a British Government survey Guianna and fix its eastern e and western boundaries. T The expeditionn was headed by Robert Hermann Schhomburgk, whho gave his naame to the 'Schomburgkk Line', the boorder between British Guianna and Venezueela. Abbey Traavel 720; Borb ba de Moraes:: ''This album is quite rare'''. Stock: 48696
547. Atara aipu or the Devil's Rock k. Drawn from the original Sketch S by Charles Bentley. On Stone by Coke Smith. Printed by C. Hullmandel. o., 96 Strand, London: Pubblished by Ackkermann & Co 3rd. Aug.t 18840. Tinted lithoggraph with finee hand colour, Printed area 320 x 410mm m (12½ x 16¼ ¼") large marg gins. Laid on card. £3550 a estimated 550 5 feet abovee A granite peaak extending an its base, in tootal 1,300 feett above sea lev vel. The original sketch was byy James Morriison, G expedition e to draughtsmann on a British Government survey Guianna and fix its eastern e and western
54 49. Atahua alpa Rejectinng the Breviary. Brighty del.t. Romney R sculp..t. Published by b R. Evans, 7 Paternoster Row, R 1817. 17 En ngraving; wattermark 1816. Plate: 225 x 150mm (9 x £50 6'') very large margins. m A historic scenee showing thee last Incan Em mperor Atahualpa A rejeccting the breviiary offered to o him by Dominican D friar Vincente dee Valverde. Affter Atahualpa A rejeccted the breviaary Valverde called c the Sp paniards to atttack the Incanns and they conquered without w losing one o Spanish ssoldier however many In ncans were slaaughtered. Stock: 48299
A Leeader of the Savage Trib bes Recordin ng his Victoriees on a Treee. 550.
J.B. Cruikshaank del.t. C. Canton C sculp.tt. London Published byy Rich.d Evanss White Row Spitalfields. [n.d., c.1817.] Sheet: 260 x 200mm (10¼ x 8''). £995 Engraving. S A scene show wing a native South Americcan carving signs and sym mbols into a trree while surrrounded by other men, Stock: 48306
551. Balbo oa Discoverring the Soutthern Ocean n. Brighty del.t. Romney scuulp.t. [n.d., c.1817.] Plate: 200 x 1660mm (8 x 6¼ ¼'') very large Engraving. P margins. £550 A historical sscene showingg the Spanish conquistador Vasco Nunezz de Balboa (11475-1519) diiscovering thee Pacific. Balbboa was the firrst to reach thee Pacific from m the New Worrld and he fouunded Santa María M la Antiguua del Darién, thhe first permaanent European settlement in the Americass. Stock: 48298
A pair of bowm men stalking saavanna deer under u PuréPiiapa, a fifty-fo oot natural bassalt pillar, from m 'Twelve viiews in the intterior of Guianna: from draw wings ex xecuted by Mrr. Charles Benntley, after skeetches during th he expedition carried c on in tthe years 1835 5 to 1839'. Th he original sketch was by Ja James Morriso on, drraughtsman on n a British Goovernment exp pedition to su urvey Guiana and fix its easstern and westtern bo oundaries. Thee expedition w was headed by y Robert Hermann H Schom mburgk, who gave his nam me to the 'Schomburgk Line', L the bordeer between Brritish Guiana an nd Venezuela. Borba de Mooraes: ''This album a is quite ra are''. Stock: 48693
55 55. Incas of o Peru. Gent. G Mag. Maay, 1752. En ngraving. Sheeet: 195 x 100m mm (7¾ x 4'')). Trimmed an nd laid on albu um sheet. £130 Siix portraits off Inca emperorrs including In nca-Roca, Yahuar-Huacac Y c, Viracocha-IInca, Pacha-Cutec, YupanQui, Q Tupac-Yup panqui. Stock: 48718
[William Penn on tthe Banks of o the Delaware.] D 55 56.
552. Entra ance Rio dee Janiero. [by Lieutenan ant Nightingalee, R.M.] ]n.d., c.1850.] Ink and wateercolour. Sheeet 120 x 220mm m (4¾ x 8¾")). £4550 R de Janeiro o, with H.M.S. Fox aapproaching Rio Sugarloaf Moountain. Stock: 49015
Singu ular Dressess of the Inha abitants of Conception n in South America. A 553.
Walker sculpp. [n.d., c.18177.] Engraving. P Plate: 165 x 2110mm (6½ x 8¼'') 8 very largge margins. £445 wing the costum me of the inhaabitants of A print show South Ameriica in the eighhteenth century y, the costumee is an interestiing mixture of European an nd South American coostume. Stock: 48304
Pure-Piapa. A remarkable r Basaltic Column in Guiana. 554.
Drawn from the Original Sketch S by Chaarles Bentley. uci. [London: On Stone by P. Gauci. Prinnted by P. Gau Ackermann aand Co., 18400.] Coloured lithhograph with very v fine colo our. Sheet 345 x 450mm (13½ ½ x 17¾") largge margins. Trrimmed at bottom, losinng publicationn line, some fo oxing outside image. £2990
RS. [Robert Spence.] [n.d., cc.1905.] Ettching on vellum, signed inn pencil. Plate: 345 x 44 45mm (13½ x 17½''). Creassing. £180 A scene showin ng William Peenn and a grou up of Eu uropeans standing before a group of Natiive Americans. A By artist Robert Spence (1871 1-1964) who was w a member of the Royal SSociety of Paiinter Prrintmakers. Stock: 49069
55 57. Genera al Washingto ton. Paainted by John n Trumbull Essq.r. Engraved d by T. Cheesman. [London, publishhed Aug.t 1. 1796 by A. C. 9 New Bond Street.] dee Poggi. No. 91 Sttipple. Sheet 710 7 x 455mm (28 x 18"). Trimmed within w plate, losing publisherr's line; small repaired hole in n image, some wear to edgees and repaired d tear within in nscription areaa. £450 A full length po ortrait of Geneeral George Washington W at th he Battle of Trrenton, 1776, dduring the Am merican Revolutionary War, W after Waashington's cro ossing of the Delaware D Riverr north of Trennton, New Jerrsey. NAM. 20 006-12-87-1. After A the painnting by John Trumbull, T no ow in the Yalee University A Art Gallery, Neew Haven, Connecticut. C Stock: 48870
55 58. [A Tim mucua Villagge.] [A After Jaques LeMoyne.] L Fum magalli sc. [n.d., c.1827.] Aquatint. A Plate: 210 x 305mm m (8¼ x 12'') very large margins. m Creasiing and foxingg. £65 A view of a Tim mucua villagee in Florida. An A illustration to o Giulio Ferrarrio's 'Le Costuume Ancien ett Moderne ou Histoire H du gou uvernement...' 1816-1827. Stock: 49048
559. [Florrida Natives Cooking] [After Jaquess LeMoyne.] Fumagalli F f. [n n.d., c.1827.] Aquatint. Plaate: 220 x 2855mm (8¾ x 11¼'') very larg e margins. Creeasing and foxxing. £885 A view nativve Americans preparing p food by the water er. An illustratioon to Giulio Ferrario's 'Le Costume C Ancieen et Moderne oou Histoire duu gouvernemen nt...' 1816-18227. Stock: 49049
560. Old ccedars, coasst of Maine. J Smillie del et sct. 1880. [all [ inscription ns in pencil.] Etching. 125 x 170mm (5 x 6¾") very large margins. £1330 fo of the By James Daavid Smillie (11833-1909), founder New York Ettching Club annd charter meember of the London Sociiety of Painterr-Etchers. Stock: 48917
Free Omnibus Niagara N Hou use. Open Summer an nd Winter, Niagara N Falls, N.Y. R. D D. Porter. Prooprietor. Tw wo Dollars Per Day. 561.
[n.d., c.1870.] g on two sheetts. Letterpress aadvert with woood engraving Each sheet: 1115 x 70mm (4½ x 2¾''). To op corner missing on oone sheet. £2330 ment for Niagaara House hotel described aas An advertism 'one of the olldest establishhed Hotels at Niagara N Falls, and is knownn far and near for the hospittality it extendds to its guests aand patrons'. The T advert dettails how it provides a free omnibus too the Falls from m the hotel ass a the Fallls well as listingg places of intterest in and around including Am merican Falls, American Raapids, Goat Island and Luuna Island. Stock: 48756
An A early view of o San Diego, California fro om William Hemsley H Emory y's 'Notes from m Military Reeconnoissancee from Fort Leavenworth in M Missouri to San n Diego in California'. Stock: 49084
56 64. San Francisco. [JJoseph Meyer.] [n.d., c.18488.] Hand-coloured H engraving. Shheet: 145 x 20 00mm (5¾ x 8''). Trimmed, publication p deetails missing.. £95 A view of San Francisco F lookking down across the haarbour. An illu ustration from m Joseph Meyeer's 'Lexicon'. Stock: 49082
56 65. San Franzisko im JJahre 1852. [1 1852.] Liithograph. Sheeet: 205 x 2555mm (8 x 10'')). Damage in ed dges. £140 A view of San Francisco F in C California look king down accross the harbo our full of ship ips. Stock: 49081
56 66. St. Lou uis. Drawn D by J.W. Hill. Engraveed by Wellstood & Peters. En ngraved by peermission, for the Ladies Reepository, from Views of American Citties, Published d by Smith, Brothers & Co. Printed by M Middleton, Waallace & Co. 50.] Cin. [n.d., c.185 ngraving. Sheeet: 160 x 250m mm (6¼ x 9¾ ¾''). £65 En A view of the port p town of SSt Louis in Misssouri. Stock: 49085
The Ba arbados Mullatto Girl. This T Plate iss Dedicated to t John Geoo. Felton Esq q.r by his most m Obliged d and devoteed Serv.t A. Brunias. 56 67.
A. A Brunias pinx x.t et sculp.t. L London, Pub.d d as the Act diirects July 1st. 1779 by the Proprietor No o.7 Broad Sttreet, Soho. engraving, 188th century watermark. Hand-coloured H Pllate: 315 x 235mm (12¼ x 99¼''). Small margins. m Lo oss of crest arrea in title. £360 A portrait of a mulatto m womaan in conversaation with a seeated woman and a a bare-cheested woman. After Agostino A Bruniias, an Italian artist, who traavelled to the West W Indies and d travelled witith Sir William m Young, the 1sst Governor off Dominica. W While in the West W Indies he was w hired to paint various inhhabitants, wheen he reeturned to Eng gland he overssaw the engrav ving of prints off his 'West Ind dian Scenes'. Stock: 48887
562. Sacra amento-Cityy in Calaforrnien. Aus d. Kunsttanst d. Bibl. Inst. I in Hildbh h. Eigenthum d. Verleger. [n.d., c.1850.] Sheet: 170 x 235mm (6¾ x 9¼''). £665 Engraving. S A view of Saacramento, cappital city of California C in thhe United Statess. Stock: 49083
563. San D Diego from the Old Forrt. C.B. Graham m Lith.rs. [n.d.., c.1850.] Lithograph. S Sheet: 135 x 220mm 2 (5½ x 8¾''). Foxingg. £1440
Free Natives of Doominica. Th his Plate is Dedicated D to Sir W.m Yooung, Bart. by his most Obliged O and devoted Serrv.t. A. Brun nias. 56 68.
A. A Brunias pinx x.t et sculp.t. L London, Pub.d d as the Act diirects Feb.ry [...] by the Prooprietor No.7 Broad B Street, So oho. Hand-coloured H engraving, J. Whatman waatermark. Pllate: 315 x 235mm (12¼ x 99¼''). Loss off crest area in tittle. Small margins. £360 Th he portraits off two women w wearing European co ostume with taall headresses,, and a man holding a caane. After Ago ostino Bruniass, an Italian arrtist, who
travelled to thhe West Indiees and travelleed with Sir William Youung, the 1st Goovernor of Do ominica. Whille in the West IIndies he was hired to paint various inhabitants, w when he returnned to Englan nd he oversaw w the engravingg of prints of his h 'West Indiian Scenes'. Stock: 48886
Itaalian artist, wh ho travelled too the West Ind dies and traavelled with Sir S William Yo Young, the 1st Governor of Dominica. D Whiile in the Westt Indies he waas hired to paaint various in nhabitants, whhen he returned to England hee oversaw the engraving off prints of his 'West Indian Sccenes'. Stock: 48889
Need dham's Point, Carlisle Bay, B Barbados. 569.
E. 1818 Inv.oo. Bailey sculpp. Published 30.th 3 Novembber 1817. by Joyyce Gold, Naval Chronicle Office, O No. 1003 Shoe Lane, F Fleet Street, London. Hand-coloured aquatint. Sheet: S 135 x 215mm (5½ x med. 8½''). Trimm £1660 A view of Neeedhams Poinnt on the Carib bbean island oof Barbados. Stock: 48569
570. Les IIsles Antilless et le Golfe du Méxiquee. [by Rigobertt Bonne.] [Paris, n.d., c.1780.] mm (9 x 13").. Small hole inn Engraved maap. 225 x 330m margin, stainn at top. Smalll margins. £1880 A map of thee West Indies and Gulf of Mexico, M with aan inset of Berm muda. Stock: 48929
The West India W Washer-Wom man. This Plate is dediccated to Sir JJohn Frederrick, Bart. by y his most Obliged O and devoted Serrv.t A. Brunias. B 57 72.
A. A Brunias pinx x.t et sculp.t. L London, Pub.d d as the Act diirects July [1st. 1779 by] thhe Proprietor No.7 N Broad Sttreet, Soho. engraving, J. Whatman waatermark. Hand-coloured H Pllate: 315 x 235mm (12¼ x 99¼''). Small margins. m Lo oss of crest arrea in title. £360 A scene showin ng three womeen doing laundry in a river, on ne figure has a baby strappeed to her back k. After Agostino A Bruniias, an Italian artist, who traavelled to the West W Indies and d travelled witith Sir William m Young, the 1sst Governor off Dominica. W While in the West W Indies he was w hired to paint various inhhabitants, wheen he reeturned to Eng gland he overssaw the engrav ving of prints off his 'West Ind dian Scenes'. Stock: 48888
[Walru us Hunt.] Toocht naer No ova Zemla in n den Jaere MDXCVI. M 57 73.
Jaan Luyken inv vent et fecte. [nn.d., c.1679.] En ngraving. Platte: 280 x 350m mm (11 x 13¾ ¾''). Repairs an nd creasing in borders. Smaall margins made m up. £160 An A illustration from Pieter B Bor's ''Nederlan ndsche Oologen''. O The scene shows a boat full of sailors s atttacking a walrus near Magddalenefjorden n in Norway du uring an exped dition to Novaaya Zemlya. Stock: 48309
57 74. A Chin nese Prostituute, riding in n Publick, with w a Man going g beforee, who makes known heer Price. A View of a laarge Street in i one of ye Trading T Citiees of China sshewing how w their Siigns are placed & Shopps disposed.
The W West-India Flower Girll. This Platee is Dedicated to Sir Pat.k Blake Bar.t by his most Obligged and devooted Serv.t A. A Brunias. 571.
A. Brunias pinx.t et sculp.t. London, Pu ub.d as the Actt t Proprietor No.7 Broad directs [July 1st. 1779 by the] Street, Soho. Hand-coloured engraving,, 18th century watermark. Plate: 315 x 2235mm (12¼ x 9¼''). Smalll margins. Loss of crestt area in title. £3660 A portrait off three women in a street, on ne figure on thhe f on the left holds a pplatter of flowers while the figure right holds onne to her nosee. After Agosttino Brunias, aan
[n n.d., c.1748.] En ngraving, 17th h century wateermark. Plate: 315 x 21 10mm (12¼ x 8¼''). Paper ttone and tearss. £140 Tw wo views of China C from Joohn Harris's 'N Navigantium attque Itinerantium Bibliothecca', or 'A Com mplete Collection of Voyages V and T Travels'. Com mmissioned nder King Geo orge II of Enggland, published London, un 17 748. Stock: 49104
57 75. The Gr reat Wall off China. Jaabez Vale, 44, Hanover Streeet, Liverpooll. [n.d., c.1860.] ut, printed in bblue. Sheet: 17 75 x 225mm Sccarce Woodcu (7 7 x 9''). Trimm med. £350 Teea wrapper. A view of the Great Wall off China after Saands. Stock: 48622
576. [Hon ng Kong Chiina from thee Bend.] [1890.] Watercolour.. Sheet: 250 x 355mm (9¾ x 14''). £2660 A view of Hoong Kong from m the sea. Stock: 48764
The H Harbour of Hong Kong g.-From an Original Sk ketch. 577.
[After Richarrd Leitch.] [Illustrated Lond don News, December 277th 1856.] Wood engravving. Sheet: 270 x 355mm (10½ ( x 14''). Laid on album m sheet. £1330 A view of Hoong Kong from m Flagstaff House H looking towards the hharbour. Afterr a drawing by y artist correspondennt Richard Leiitch. Stock: 48765
Lakee See Hoo, and Temple of o the Thundering Winds, froom the Valee of Tombs. 578.
Jabez Vale, 444, Hanover Street, S Liverpo ool. [n.d., c.1860.] m Scarce wooddcut, printed inn blue. Sheet: 175 x 225mm (7 x 9''). Trim mmed. £3550 Tea Wrapperr. A view of Lake L See Hoo o, after a steel engraving byy Thomas Alloom. Stock: 48621
579. Maca ao, China. Drawn & Enngraved by Tho.s & Will.m Daniell. Published byy Mess.rs Longgman Hurst, Ress R & Orme Paternoster R Row. June 1. 1810. 1 Aquatint. Plaate: 185 x 2500mm (7¼ x 9¾ ¾''). On card aas issued. £2220 Macao, China from fr the sea, the harbour is A view of M filled with Euuropean and Chinese C ships.. An illustratioon from 'A Pictuuresque Voyage to India; by y the Way of China' 1810.
82. The Br reakfast. Plaate 3. Anglo o Indians. 58 Drawn D by W. Tayler, T Esq. B engal Civil Seervice. Litho. By J. Bouvier. Published P Febb.y 1.st 1842, for the T McLean, 266 Haymarket, London. L Prroprietor by T. Prrinted at the Gen.l G Lith.c Esstab.t 70 St Martins M Lane. Coloured lithog graph, with texxt. 476 x 369m mm. 18¾ x 4½". 14 £190 A scene showin ng a young cou ouple having breakfast b du uring their hon neymoon. Thee old Khansam man and the litttle Khidmutg gar are still seeen attending on o their master m and mistress; the form mer stands in reverential r stillness, the lattter holds a Chhowree to bru ush away the fliies. Fried fish and rice, the characteristic materials of an n Indian break kfast, are consp spicuous on th he table. A pllate of Sylhet oranges shew ws that is is thee cold season, which w accountss for the silk ddress and cloth h coat of the co ouple, the carp pet over the m mat, and the ab bsence of the Pu unkah. A Chu uprassee with jjoined hands, is su ubmissively co ommunicatingg a message to o his master. Wall-shades W aree on each sidee of the landsccape against th he wall. Frrom "Sketchess Illustrating tthe Manners & Customs off th he Indians and d Anglo Indianns Drawn on Stone S from th he Original Drrawings from L Life by Williaam Tayler, Essq. Bengal Civ vil Service"; iin the period of o the do ominion of thee British East India Compan ny on the In ndian subcontiinent (1757-18857), also kno own as the Company Raj. Abbey A Scenery ry: 465.3. Stock: 49037
Temp ple of Pau Lin L Shi from m Nieuhof. No.114. Voo.3, Palte LIII, p.413. 580.
J. Basire scullp. [n.d., c.17550.] Engraving. P Plate: 155 x 2110mm (6 x 8¼ ¼''). £995 A view of thee temple of Paau Lin Shi after the work off Nieuhof whoo produced som me of the earlliest views of China. This pplate appears in i 'A New Geeneral Collection off Voyages andd Travels' published by Astley. Stock: 48761
Insid de of the Tem mple Jugang gu in the Province off Peking. Vol. V 2. page 940. 9 581.
[Emanuel Boowen.] [n.d., c.1748.] c Engraving. P Plate: 210 x 3220mm (8¼ x 12½'') 1 very large marginns. Creasing onn bottom left. £1660 mple in China. A A view of thee interior of a Buddhist tem plate from 'N Navigantium atque a Itinerantium Bibliotheeca or A Compleeat Collection of Voyages and a Travels' published in 1748. Stock: 48762
58 83. Pays A Nocturnal V Visit to Dun ngaree. Rowlandson sc. Quiz fecit. L London, Published by Th homas Tegg, No.111 N Cheappside Oct.1. 1815. Hand-coloured H aquatint. Sheeet: 145 x 235m mm (5¾ x 9¼ ¼''). Marking. £65 A view of Dong gri, a village iin India near.M Mumai. In 16 613 George White, W co-founnder of the Brritish East In ndia company,, established aan Anglo tradiing post th here. The locall coarse cottonn fabric, very similar to deenim, became known ad 'Duungaree'. An A illustration from 'The Graand Master, orr Adventures off Qui Hi? in Hindostan. H AH Hudibras Poem m in Eight Cantos by Quizz', William Coombe 1741-18 823 published by y Thomas Teg gg, London, 18815. Stock: 48573
58 84. Vue du u Temple Prrotestant à Sincapour. S Dessiné D par Lau uvergne. Imp.. Lemercier. Lith. L par Bichebois Fig. par V. Adam.. Paris, Arthuss Bertrand diteur. Londrees_Ackermannn et Co. 96 Strrand. éd Liithograph. Printed area: 2200 x 310mm (8 8¾ x 12''), with w very large margins. £550
A view of Sinngapore from m Auguste Nich holas Vaillantt's 'Voyage autoour du Monde [...] 1836 et 1837[...] 1 sur laa Bonite' publiished in Paris and London between b 1840-52, engravedd by L.P.A. Biichebois after an original drawing by B B. Lauvergne. Stock: 48352
A vieew of Bataviia the Capita al of the Dutch - setttlements in India. 585.
Drummond P Pinx.t. Wells Aq.nt A sc. [n.d.., c.1796.] A rare aquatiint. Sheet 360 x 450mm (14 4¼ x 17¾"). Trimmed witthin plate, losiing publicatio on line, parts oof margin and ccorner of imagge rebuilt, a feew small tears and other weear. £3880 One of the laast views of Jaakarta as headquarters of thee Dutch East Inndia Companyy (VOC) in th he East Indies.. By 1800 the VOC had gonne bankrupt, after a which thee Batavian Reppublic (Napoleon's Dutch client state) made it the ccapital of the Dutch D East Ind dies. NMM: PAI0233, theeir date 25 Feeb 1796. The India I Office Library attribbutes the view w to Samuel Drummond. D Stock: 48451
586. Un Japonois. Gr. par E. Koorneeff. [n.d., c.1880.] Hand-coloured etching. Pllate: 215 x 160 0mm (8½ x £1660 6¼''), with laarge margins. Foxing in marrgins. A portrait off a Japanese man, m title in cyrrillic and French. Stock: 48577
58 87. Mountaineers of th he Himalaya a. Prrince A. Solty ykoff del. J. Trrayer lith. Pub blished by Sm mith, Elder & Co. 65, Cornnhill, London, 1858. Imp. Pllista, rue des Lions L S.t Paull, 8, Paris. Tiinted lithograp ph. Printed areea: 390 x 285mm (15½ x 11 1¼''). Mount burn. b £550 A group portraiit of sherpas fr from the Himaalayas. A pllate from 'Indiian Scenes andd Characters: Sketched from Life' by Alexis A Soltykooff. Stock: 48534
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A collection of antiquarian prints assembled for the Antiquarian Book Sellers' Association Rare Book Fair at Battersea Evolution, May 2018
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A collection of antiquarian prints assembled for the Antiquarian Book Sellers' Association Rare Book Fair at Battersea Evolution, May 2018