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Waterloo Bridge.
Waterloo Bridge. S.t. Martins. Adelphi. S.t. Paul's Covent Garden. Savoy. Covent Garden Theatre. Lancaster Place. Drury Lane Theatre.
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[Published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. Sheet: 650 x 280mm, (25½ x 11") large margins.
Section showing St. Martins to Waterloo Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.' Imagined view along River Thames looking from the site of Charing Cross Station on left to Waterloo Bridge on right. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here, this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988); See Abbey Life: 496.2.
[Ref: 39952]   £320.00  
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An Enraged and Badly Wounded Bear Shot by The Author.
An Enraged and Badly Wounded Bear Shot by The Author.
Drawn on Stone, by T.M. Baynes. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[London: H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1831.]
Lithograph on india laid paper, sheet 140 x 220mm. 5½ x 8¾". Light marginal staining.
Plate to Volume II of 'Field Sports of the North of Europe; comprised in a personal narrative of a residence in Sweden and Norway, in the years 1827-28. With numerous engravings' by Llewellyn Lloyd, in 2 vols.
British Library: 014817285. Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 11412]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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The Author In Personal Conflict With A Bear.
The Author In Personal Conflict With A Bear.
Drawn on Stone by T.M. Baynes. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[London: H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1831.]
Lithograph on india laid paper, sheet 140 x 220mm. 5½ x 8¾". Light marginal staining.
Plate to Volume II of 'Field Sports of the North of Europe; comprised in a personal narrative of a residence in Sweden and Norway, in the years 1827-28. With numerous engravings' by Llewellyn Lloyd, in 2 vols.
British Library: 014817285. Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 11411]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Blackfriars Bridge.
Blackfriars Bridge. Gardens. Grand Junction Wharf. White Friars Dock. S.t. Brides Church. City Gas Works.
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[Published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. Sheet: 645 x 275mm, (25½ x 11") large margins.
Section showing Blackfriars Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.' Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correclty above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
Collage: p749801x; R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988). See Abbey Life: 496.2.
[Ref: 39951]   £330.00  
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[Section showing St. Mary Somerset to Southwark Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[Section showing St. Mary Somerset to Southwark Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph, printed area 205 x 670mm. 10¾ x 26½".
Imagined view along River Thames showing the area between the site now occupied by the Millennium Bridge (on the left), and Southwark Bridge on the right. Landmarks annotated along bottom are 'Steel Yard', the Wren church of St Mary Somerset, Bow Church, Queenhithe Stairs, St James Garlick Hill (also designed by Wren), the British Copper Company, St Antholia on Watling Street (a church now destroyed but considered one of Wren's finest buildings), and St Michael College Hill. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correctly above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988), see Abbey Life: 496
[Ref: 27503]   £260.00  
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[Section showing London Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[Section showing London Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
Printed by C. Hullmandel
[published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph, printed area 205 x 355mm. 10¾ x 14".
Final sheet from a long view of the north bank of the Thames, showing London Bridge (with the driving piles for the new bridge of 1823-31 adjacent) and the Monument. Other sites listed in key below are Old Swan Stairs, Fishmongers Hall and Wren's church of St Magnus the Martyr. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correctly above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988), see Abbey Life: 496
[Ref: 27504]   £220.00  
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Archery Ground at Nescliff.
Archery Ground at Nescliff.
Drawn on Stone by T. M. Baynes. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d., c.1823.]
Lithograph on watermarked paper, 'Whatman 1823'. Rare, with large margins. Sheet size: 305 x 395mm (12 x 15½").
A detailed view of a ladies archery competition, taking place at Nescliffe, Shropshire. A number of large targets are displayed in the clearing, surrounded by trees. As the well dressed women take aim, they are watched by a large crowd of spectators. In the distance to the left is a tea pavilion, put up by local landowner the Earl of Bradford.
[Ref: 35114]   £320.00  
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[Section showing Somerset House to the Temple, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[Section showing Somerset House to the Temple, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. 272 x 671mm. 10¾ x 26½".
Imagined view along River Thames with part of Waterloo Bridge on left, looking from Somerset House on left to the Temple on the right. Other landmarks annotated along bottom: New Church Strand (ie St. Mary-le-Strand), Surrey St., Norfolk St., St, Clement's Church, and Arundel St. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correctly above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988); For other sections see refs 23747, 23749 & 23750. See Abbey Life: 496.2.
[Ref: 27466]   £260.00  
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[Section showing Southwark Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[Section showing Southwark Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. 266 x 672mm. 10½ x 26½". Repaired tear on right.
View of the River Thames with Southwark Bridge on the left showing Trench's proposed Embankment. Buildings annotated along the bottom: St. Stephen Walbrook, Mansion House, All Hallows, Calvert's Brewhouse, St Michael Cornhill. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correctly above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
Collage: p749801x; R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988); See Ref 23747 & 23750 for two companion pieces. See Abbey Life: 496.2.
[Ref: 23749]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Section showing the Thames at Westminster, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[Section showing the Thames at Westminster, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. 205 x 670mm. 10¾ x 26½".
Imagined view along River Thames at Westminster, a site now occupied by the Victoria Embankment. Landmarks annotated along bottom are the residences of the Duchess of Buccleuch, Earl of Cassilis, Lady Exeter, Mrs. Bennet, Earl of Pembroke, Michael Angelo Taylor, the Hon. George Lamb, Lady Grantham, Lord Liverpool, Mr. Dalgleish, and the Almonry Office. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correctly above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988), see Abbey Life: 496
[Ref: 27495]   £320.00  
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