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[Belgium] LL.AA.RR. Le Duc de Brabant, Le Comte de Flandre et la Princresse Charlotte.
[Belgium] LL.AA.RR. Le Duc de Brabant, Le Comte de Flandre et la Princresse Charlotte. Lithographié d'après nature par C. Baugniet, dessinateur du Roi. Déposé.
Imp. de Simonau, Bruxelles.
[n.d. c.1845]
Lithograph. 483 x 381mm. 19" x 15". Tears and rips in the sheet margin.
The children of the first Belgian king Leopold the First (1790 - 1865) and of Marie-Louise d'Orleans (1812-1850), daughter of Louis-Philippe, King of France. Shown are the duke of the Brabant, (future Leopold II, 1835 - 1909, best known for the scandalous nature of his colony in the Congo); his brother Prince Philippe, Count de Flandre (1837 - 1905); and his sister the Princess Charlotte (1840 - 1927), the future Empress of Mexico.
[Ref: 8319]   £240.00  
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Alfred Crowquill, to his Old friend Phil.
Alfred Crowquill, to his Old friend Phil.
Day & Haghe Lithrs.to the Queen. Baugniet 1843. [Signature]
[n.d. c.1843]
Signed proof lithograph on india paper. 513 x 345mm.
Unique. Pseudonym of Alfred Henry Forrester, (1804-1872) the English comic illustrator, caricaturist, and writer.
[Ref: 551]   £260.00  
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Charles Fox. C. E.
Charles Fox. C. E. Contructor of the Crystal Palace, to whose untiring energy and Enginerring Skill the World is indebted for the realization of Mr. Paxton's idea of a Palace of Glass.
From life on stone by C. Baugniet.
Day & Son, Lith.rs to The Queen 1851.
Lithograph, scarce; Sheet size: 400mm x 600mm (16" x 24"). Laid on India Paper. Tear from left. Some damage to india paper.
Portrait of Charles Fox (1810-1874) an English civil engineer, whose expertise in ironwork construction led to an invitation by Joseph Paxton to build the Crystal Palace for the Great Exhibition of 1851. Fox was knighted in late 1851 for his contribution to the building of Crystal Palace and employed by the Crystal Palace Company for the re-location of the Crystal Palace to Sydenham Hill.
[Ref: 31813]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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General Havelock K.C.B.
General Havelock K.C.B.
Baugniet [signed in plate.] Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Published Oct.r 15th. 1857, by E. Gambart & Co. 25 Berners St. Oxford St. London, & 8 Rue de Bruxelles, Paris & P.& D. Colnaghi & Co. 13 & 14, Pall Mall East, London. [n.d., c.1850.]
Proof mezzotint, limited to 340. 550 x 430mm (21½ x 17"). A fine impression, on a full sheet of paper.
Sir Henry Havelock (1795-1857), famed for the relief of Cawnpore. He was promoted major-general days before his death in Noverber 1857.
[Ref: 13708]   £260.00  
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Galerie Des Artistes Dramatiques De Théatres Royaux de Bruxelles. L. Jansenne, 1er. Tenor Leger D'Opéra Comique (Rôle de Bénédic dans l’Ambassabrice)___1840-41
Galerie Des Artistes Dramatiques De Théatres Royaux de Bruxelles. L. Jansenne, 1er. Tenor Leger D'Opéra Comique (Rôle de Bénédic dans l’Ambassabrice)___1840-41
Baugniet del. Imp. de P. Degobert. Déposé.
Th. Randon, Edr. Baugniet 1841 [facsimile inside image area.]
Hand-coloured lithograph with gum arabic. Publisher's Blindstamp top left-hand corner. 304 x 220mm. 12 x 8¾". Some creasing to the left-hand corners.
Louis Jansenne [1809-?] was a tenor and director to the French Theatre. His debut came in 1834 at the Opera Comique. In 1839 he left Paris for the Theatre de la Monnaie in Brussels where he became co-Director.
[Ref: 13938]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Daniel Maclise, R.A.
Daniel Maclise, R.A.
Baugniet 1857 London.
Published Oct.r 15th 1857, by E. Gambart & Co. 25 Berners St, Oxford, London, & 8, Rue de Bruxelles, Paris & P.&D. Colnaghi & Co. 13 & 14 Pall Mall East London. M & N Hanhart, Lith Imp.t.
Lithograph, printed on india. Printseller's blindstamp. Printed area: 420 x 280mm (16½ x 11") very large margins. Slight foxing, tears in edges.
A portrait of artist and Royal Academician Daniel Maclise (1806-1870).
[Ref: 46912]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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General Sir Chas. J. Napier G.C.B. This lithograph from a Daguerreotype taken on the 14th. March 1849 by Mr. W.E.Kilburn also assisted by a sitting from the Gallant General on the 23rd. of March, is presented gratuitously to the sub-scribers to the
General Sir Chas. J. Napier G.C.B. This lithograph from a Daguerreotype taken on the 14th. March 1849 by Mr. W.E.Kilburn also assisted by a sitting from the Gallant General on the 23rd. of March, is presented gratuitously to the sub-scribers to the forthcoming Engraving which will form a companion to the portrait of His Grace the Duke of Wellington from a Daguerreotype; engraved by Mr. Royall. By their Humble Obedt. Servants Hering & Remington.
Mr. W.E. Kilburn Photographer to the Queen. 234, Regent St. Lithographed by C. Baugniet. M & N. Hanhart, Lith Printers.
London, Published By Hering & Remington 24th March, 1849. Baugniet 1849 [facsimile in the image.]
Lithograph. 764 x 555mm. 30 x 21¾". Some tears and creases around the edges of the sheet.
Sir Charles James Napier (1782-1853), Army officer and Conqueror of Sind. He won a reputation as a fierce and indomitable soldier in the Napoleonic war; accepted Indian commission, 1841, and after several hard-fought battles conquered Sind, 1843. Napier subdued the northern hill tribes, 1844-5, and began preparations for the first Sikh war. He was recalled in 1849 during second Sikh war but unfortunately he arrived too late to take part.
[Ref: 12730]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Sir Charles Napier, K.C.B. Vice Admiral of the Blue, & Command in Chief of the Baltic Fleet.
Sir Charles Napier, K.C.B. Vice Admiral of the Blue, & Command in Chief of the Baltic Fleet.
Drawn bt C. Baugniet. Printed by M & N Hanhart.
London, Published April, 5th. 1854 by Ackermann & Co. 96, Strand.
Lithograph. 472 x 381mm.
Admiral Sir Charles John Napier KCB GOTE RN (1786-1860) was a British naval officer whose sixty years in the Royal Navy included service in the Napoleonic Wars, the American War and the 'Hundred Days' War, the Syrian War and the Crimean War, and a period commanding the Portuguese navy in the Liberal Wars. An innovator concerned with the development of iron ships, and an advocate of humane reform in the Royal Navy, he was also active in politics as a Liberal Member of Parliament and was probably the naval officer most widely known to the public in the early Victorian Era.
Parker: 629.
[Ref: 12605]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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G. herbert Rodwell [facsimile signature].
G. herbert Rodwell [facsimile signature].
Baugniet 1843 [facsimile signature inside plate].
Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
Lithograph on india paper. Sheet 380 x 550mm. Some foxing and staining in margin outside india.
George Herbert Buonaparte Rodwell [1800 -1852] author, musical director and composer, and playwright and lessee to the Adelphi Theatre.
[Ref: 552]   £260.00  
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G. Herbert Rodwell.
G. Herbert Rodwell.
Baugniet 1844 [facsimile signature inside plate].
Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
Lithograph on india paper. Sheet 558 x 380mm. 19¼ x 15".
George Herbert Buonaparte Rodwell [1800 -1852] author, musical director and composer, and playwright and lessee to the Adelphi Theatre. He wrote some forty or fifty musical pieces for the stage, besides songs, works on musical theory, romances, farces, and novels.
[Ref: 17369]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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G. Herbert Rodwell.
G. Herbert Rodwell.
Baugniet 1845 [facsimile signature inside plate].
Printed by Stannard & Co. 7 Poland St.t.
Lithograph. Sheet 275 x 215mm (10¾ x 8½". Repaired tears.
George Herbert Buonaparte Rodwell [1800 -1852] author, musical director and composer, and playwright and lessee to the Adelphi Theatre. He wrote some forty or fifty musical pieces for the stage, besides songs, works on musical theory, romances, farces, and novels.
[Ref: 31834]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Albert Smith [facsimile signature].
Albert Smith [facsimile signature].
Baugniet 1844. [facsimile signature in plate]. Drawn From Life On Stone By Baugniet. M & N. Hanhart, Lithographic Printers.
Published By Leader & Cock, 63, New Bond St, Corner Of Brook St. London.
Lithograph on india laid paper. Sheet 500 x 350mm. Nicks, tears and creases to paper extremities, india unaffected.
Albert Richard Smith [1816 - 1860], author and lecturer. On 12 August 1851 he made an ascent of Mont Blanc, and on 15 March 1852 produced at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly an entertainment descriptive of the ascent and of Anglo-continental life, which became the most popular exhibition of the kind ever known. From that time until 6 July 1858 he continued at the Egyptian Hall his career of success as a public entertainer, giving various new sketches of character and illustrations by William Beverley, but always keeping Mont Blanc as the central point of attraction. On 24 Aug. 1854 he gave his performance before the queen and the prince consort at Osborne House. This shows Smith at Chamonix.
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Albert Smith [facsimile signature.] By permission of Messrs. Leader & Cock.
Albert Smith [facsimile signature.] By permission of Messrs. Leader & Cock.
Baugniet del. Cook Sc.
London, Richard Bentley, 1845.
Stipple and engraving on india. Plate 229 x 152mm. 9 x 6".
Albert Richard Smith (1816-1860) started his career as a surgeon but from the 1840s he became a popular journalist and humourist. He was one of the first contributors to "Punch." He was an English author, entertainer and mountaineer.
[Ref: 15643]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Benajmin Nottingham Webster.]
[Benajmin Nottingham Webster.]
Baugniet 1847 London, within image.
(Published by Thos. McLean).
Rare lithograph. 400 x 323mm. 15¾ x 12¾". Trimmed to image publication line lost, laid onto old album page.
Benjamin Nottingham Webster (1797-1882) was an English actor-manager and dramatist. He had small parts at Drury Lane until he moved to the Haymarket Theatre in 1829. He was the lessee of the Haymarket from 1837 to 1853. Charles Baugniet (1814-1886), artist and lithographer produced this print of Webster, aged 50, seated by his writing table.
O'Donoghue:pg.422.1
[Ref: 20695]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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W. I. Williams M. Gen. [facsimile.]
W. I. Williams M. Gen. [facsimile.]
Baugniet 1857. M & N. Hanhart, Lith Impt.
Published Octr. 15th. 1857, by E. Gambert & Co. 25 Berners St, Oxford St, London, & 8, Rue de Bruxelles, Paris. & P & D. Colnaghi & Co. 13 & 14, Pall Mall East, London.
Lithograph. E.Gambert & Co. London [stamped]. 600 x 435mm. 23½ x 17¼".
W.I. Williams
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