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A View of the Chasm, the Ruined Cottages, The Sunk Orchard, and The Riased Reefs of Rock & Marl, occasioned by the Land-Slip, at Axmouth, Devonshire.
A View of the Chasm, the Ruined Cottages, The Sunk Orchard, and The Riased Reefs of Rock & Marl, occasioned by the Land-Slip, at Axmouth, Devonshire.
Drawn by J.Baker. On Stone by W.Gauci.
Printed by W.Gauci, 9 North Cres.t Bedf.d Square. Published by J. Baker, Alfred House Academy, Ottery St Mary. [n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Printed area 275 x 345mm, 11¾ x 13½".
A scene on the cliffs of England's 'Jurassic Coastline' after a landslip on Christmas Day 1839, taking with it a number of cottages and an orchard, as shown on a sketch map in the title area. It was the first major landslip to be recorded scientifically and is known today as the 'Undercliff'.
[Ref: 11593]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Ruins occasioned by the Earthquake, or Land-Slip, at Axmouth, near Seaton, Devonshire.
A View of the Ruins occasioned by the Earthquake, or Land-Slip, at Axmouth, near Seaton, Devonshire.
Drawn by J.Baker. On Stone by W.Gauci.
Printed by W.Gauci, 9 North Cres.t Bedf.d Square. Published by J. Baker, Alfred House Academy, Ottery St Mary. [n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Printed area 275 x 355mm, 11¾ x 14". Some spotting and creasing in the margin.
A scene on the cliffs of England's 'Jurassic Coastline' after a landslip on Christmas Day 1839, taking with it a number of cottages and an orchard. It was the first major landslip to be recorded scientifically and is known today as the 'Undercliff'.
[Ref: 11586]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Part of the Aqueduct that crosses the Langothlin Vale.
Part of the Aqueduct that crosses the Langothlin Vale.
J. Baker delt. J. Bluck fecit.
[n.d. c.1790.]
Aquatint. Plate 140 x 196mm. 5½ x 7¾".
Completed in 1805 the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct carries the Llangollen Canal over the valley of the River Dee in Wrexham in north east Wales. Canals were the arteries of the Industrial Revolution and the engineering team of Thomas Telford and William Jessop were the most experienced canal and bridge builders of their time.
[Ref: 17117]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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