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James Anderson, L.L.D.-F.R.S.-F.A.S.-S.&c.
James Anderson, L.L.D.-F.R.S.-F.A.S.-S.&c.
J. Anderson del. Freeman sculp.
Gent. Mag. May 1809. Pl.I. p.401.
Stipple. Plate 165 x 114mm. 6½ x 4½".
Portrait, long half-length with short curly hair, seated to left, chin on his right chin with the elbow resting on the arm of his chair, a handkerchief in his left hand, wearing a dark coat, pale waistcoat and white cravat, with spectacles drawn up to his hair. Plate for the 'Gentleman's Magazine' of 1809. Dr James Anderson (1739-1808) was physician-general of the East India Company in Madras. He was also a botanist and publisher of 'The Bee', which was a weekly paper form 1790-1794.
Ex Collection: R. Hobson of Hove.
[Ref: 25380]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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James Anderson L.L.D. F.R.S._F.A.S._S.&c.
James Anderson L.L.D. F.R.S._F.A.S._S.&c.
Anderson del. Ridley sculp.
[n.d. c.1809.]
Stipple. 146 x 114mm. 5¾ x 4½".
James Anderson (1739-1808) was a Scottish agriculturist, journalist and economist. He was a member of the Edinburgh Philosophical Society and a prominent figure in the Scottish Enlightenment, and invented the Scotch Plough.
W: 67.
[Ref: 24572]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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[A bacchanialian figure drinking wine in a landscape.]
[A bacchanialian figure drinking wine in a landscape.]
[William Anderson.]
[n.d., c.1820s.]
Watercolour over pencil, sheet (image) 255 x 200mm. 10 x 8". Corner tips missing.
A rather plump Bacchus-type figure.
From an album titled 'Scraps and Sketches of the Late William Anderson Esqr/ collected by his Schoolfellow & Friend William Naylor.'
[Ref: 12291]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Birmingham Hospitals Centre.]
[The Birmingham Hospitals Centre.]
Stanley Anderson. [signature in pencil.]
[1938.]
Dry-point etching. Rare. Edition of 50. Framed. Plate: 345 x 230mm (13½ x 9"), Frame: 550 x 435mm (21¾ x 17"). Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the old Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, designed by Thomas Arthur Lodge. The hospital was opened in 1939 by George VI and Queen Elizabeth after whom the hospital was named. The artist, Stanley Anderson (1884-1966) was famed for his detailed depictions of modern British life.
[Ref: 41344]   £280.00  
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The Umpire. William Caldercourt, born at Blisworth in 1802.
The Umpire. William Caldercourt, born at Blisworth in 1802.
John C. Anderson del et lith.
London Published by John Corbell Anderson, 40 Church Road, de Beauvoir Square, Kingsland, March 1st 1852, and by F.Lillywhite, 10 Princes Terrace, Caledonian Road, Islington.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 205 x 130mm.
'Sketches at Lords'. No.2.
[Ref: 88]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Admiral Cornwallis's retreat from the French Fleet.
Admiral Cornwallis's retreat from the French Fleet.
Anderson del. Wells Sculp.
Publish'd 1 March 1802, by Bunney & Gold.
Aquatint. 140 x 227mm. 5½ x 9".
A depiction of the First Battle of Groix (1795) during the French Revolutionary War off the west coast of France. The British squadron under Admiral William Cornwallis, consisting of five ships of the line, two frigates and one cutter, are caught cruising near Brest by a French fleet of twelve sail of the line and fourteen large frigates. Cornwallis was compelled to retreat.
Parker: 109, b.
[Ref: 25146]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Alfred Diver.
Alfred Diver. Born At Cambridge, July 6th. 1824.
John C. Anderson del et lith. Printed by Richard Black.
Published by Lillywhite & Wisden, 2, New Coventry St. Leicester Square, London, July 18th. 1858.
Tinted lithograph, image 295 x 195mm. 11½ x 7¾". Minor surface soiling.
Alfred John Day Diver (1824 - 1876), cricketer for Cambridge Town Club, Cambridgeshire, Middlesex, and Nottinghamshire. John Corbet Anderson (1827 1907) is perhaps best known for his series of portraits of famous English cricketers, 'Sketches at Lords', between 1850 and 1860.
Siltzer: pg. 341.
[Ref: 9481]   £320.00  
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A Free born Englishman  Quod petis hic est.  [Ink mss.]
A Free born Englishman Quod petis hic est. [Ink mss.]
[William Anderson.]
[n.d., c.1820s.]
Pen & ink sketch, sheet 225 x 185mm. 9 x 7¼". Soiled and stained. Glued to album page.
A rustic character, a shepherd with his crook, enjoying a glass. Apparently a satire on the English love of alcohol, with a quotation from Daniel Defoe (c.1659-1661 - 1731) below: 'Slaves to their liquor, drudges to their pots,/ The mob are statesman and the statesmen sots.'
From an album titled 'Scraps and Sketches of the Late William Anderson Esqr/ collected by his Schoolfellow & Friend William Naylor.'
[Ref: 12300]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Place St. Gervais, Falaise. [Pencil.]
Place St. Gervais, Falaise. [Pencil.]
Stanley Anderson [pencil signature.] ['S. Anderson' etched in plate lower right.]
[n.d., c.1930.]
Etching, 285 x 220mm, 11¼ x 8¾". Slight age toning.
A market square in Falaise, Normandy, France, with figures and a memorial.
By Stanley Anderson, RE, ARA (1884 - 1966).

[Ref: 12323]   £240.00  
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Joseph Guy. Of Nottingham.
Joseph Guy. Of Nottingham.
John C. Anderson del et lith. Printed by Richard Black.
London: Published by John Corbet Anderson, 40, Church Road De Beauvoir Square Kingland, 2nd. April, 1853, and by F.Lillywhite, 10, Princes Terrace, Caledonian Rd. Islington.
Tinted lithograph, image 290 x 205mm. 11½ x 8". Some spotting; slight surface soiling.
Joseph Guy (1813 - 1873), Nottinghamshire cricketer. John Corbet Anderson (1827 1907) is perhaps best known for his series of portraits of famous English cricketers, 'Sketches at Lords', between 1850 and 1860.
Siltzer: pg. 341.
[Ref: 9480]   £320.00  
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Joseph Guy. Of Nottingham.
Joseph Guy. Of Nottingham.
John C. Anderson del et lith. Printed by Richard Black.
London: Published by John Corbet Anderson, 40 Church Road De Beauvoir Square Kingsland 2nd April 1853, and by F. Lillywhite, 10 Princes Terrace Caledonian Rd. Islington
Coloured lithograph, printed area 320 x 210mm. Some creasing.
Joseph Guy (1813-73) batsman and wicketkeeper for Nottinghamshire. His first-class career lasted from 1837 to 1854.
[Ref: 13641]   £350.00   (£420.00 incl.VAT)
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A. Judge
A. Judge Ded. to Wine Tasters. [Ink mss.]
[William Anderson.]
[n.d., c.1820s.]
Pen & ink and watercolour, sheet 230 x 210mm. 9 x 8¼". Slightly soiled; glued to album page at corners.
Caricature of a red-nosed Judge enjoying a glass of wine in his chair.
From an album titled 'Scraps and Sketches of the Late William Anderson Esqr/ collected by his Schoolfellow & Friend William Naylor.'
[Ref: 12293]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[A scene from mythology: Satyr and Goat.]
[A scene from mythology: Satyr and Goat.] From the original Painting found in the Ruins of Pompeii.
[William Anderson.] Sketched at Naples 1830. [Ink mss.]
[n.d., c.1820s.]
Pen & ink and black bodycolour, sheet 180 x 240mm. 7 x 9½". Slightly soiled..
A copy of a fresco in Pompeii, Italy.
From an album titled 'Scraps and Sketches of the Late William Anderson Esqr/ collected by his Schoolfellow & Friend William Naylor.'
[Ref: 12299]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Let the poor town bred Satyrs Sport/ With am'rous verses as if bred at Court.  [Ink mss.]
Let the poor town bred Satyrs Sport/ With am'rous verses as if bred at Court. [Ink mss.]
[William Anderson.]
[n.d., c.1820s.]
Pen & ink sketch, sheet 170 x 120mm. 6¾ x 4¾". Slightly soiled; corner tips missing. Glued to album page.
Social satire. Two destitute men in rags in a street: one contemplates leaving town by one of the means advertised on the posters on the wall, saying 'For I must away by tomorrow ah Me ah Me'; the other approaches saying 'You ask a song you bid me sing.'
From an album titled 'Scraps and Sketches of the Late William Anderson Esqr/ collected by his Schoolfellow & Friend William Naylor.'
[Ref: 12301]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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T. Telford Esqr  [ink mss.]
T. Telford Esqr [ink mss.]
[William Anderson.]
[n.d., c.1820s.]
Medallion portrait in pen & ink, inscription around circumference. Sheet diameter 95mm, 3¾". Smudge; glued to album page.
Thomas Telford (1757 - 1834) was a stonemason, architect and civil engineer and a noted road, bridge and canal builder.
From an album titled 'Scraps and Sketches of the Late William Anderson Esqr/ collected by his Schoolfellow & Friend William Naylor.'
[Ref: 12294]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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