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[Sir Thomas Bodley.]
[Sir Thomas Bodley.]
[After Michael Burghers.]
[1674?]
Engraving. Sheet 150 x 105mm, 6 x 4¼". Trimmed to image, laid on album paper.
Sir Thomas Bodley (1545-1613), diplomat and scholar, best known as the founder of the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
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Britannia 1696.
Britannia 1696.
MB [M Burghers] d. et sculp.
[n.d. c.1699.]
Engraving. 70 x 166mm (2¾ x 6½"). Cut.
From "Musarum Anglicanarum Analecta" by Joseph Addison, a book on English wit, poetry and satire.
[Ref: 29012]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Illustration]
[Illustration]
MBurg. sculp. [c.1700]
Engraving, platemark 150 x 105mm (6 x 4") very large margins.
Storm scene with objects raining down from the sky upon a terrified crowd. One of these objects is a flag inscribed 'nascentes moribur' ('when we are born we die'). Engraved by Michael Burghers (1653-1727), Dutch engraver who emigrated to England to become assistant to David Loggan, who he succeeded as engraver to Oxford University after Loggan's death.
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To the right Hon.ble and truly Noble Lord Thomas Viscount Weymouth & Baron of Warminster This 30 Table Shewing the W.N.W. Prospect of the Fair City of Lichfield taken near Units. Well with all dutifull observance is humbly presented by R.P.L.L.D.
To the right Hon.ble and truly Noble Lord Thomas Viscount Weymouth & Baron of Warminster This 30 Table Shewing the W.N.W. Prospect of the Fair City of Lichfield taken near Units. Well with all dutifull observance is humbly presented by R.P.L.L.D. Tab, XXX. ad Pag.368.
M. Burghers. deling. et sculp.
[Robert Plot, 1686.]
Engraving. Plate 260 x 431mm. 10¼ x 17". Vertical crease and fold through centre as normal.
Taken from "The Natural History of Staffordshire". A west north west prospect of Lichfield, Staffordshire. Cows graze in the foreground; Lichfield Cathedral is the only medieval English cathedral left with three spires.
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To the right Worsp.ll S.r Charles Skrymsher Gis Maj.ties high Sherriff of Staffordshire 1684 This 19 Table Shewing the E.N.E. Prospect of Norbury Manor
To the right Worsp.ll S.r Charles Skrymsher Gis Maj.ties high Sherriff of Staffordshire 1684 This 19 Table Shewing the E.N.E. Prospect of Norbury Manor and of Shebben Poole where the pewits annually breed, in Testimony og his Munificence is thankfully dedicated by R.P. L.L.D.
Mburghers delin. et sculp.
[Oxford Theatre, 1686.]
Coloured engraving. 265 x 295mm (10½ x 11½"). Large margins. Split in margin of lower centrefold.
Norbury Manor and Shebdon Pool in Staffordshire, with the harvesting of Northern Lapwings.
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To the right Hon.ble and truly noble Lord Robert Lord Ferrers Master of ye Horse to ye Queen and high Steward of the Towne Stafford. This 34 TableBeing the E.N.E. Prospect of the said Towne, taken from Coto Hill, with all inmaginable veneration is humbly
To the right Hon.ble and truly noble Lord Robert Lord Ferrers Master of ye Horse to ye Queen and high Steward of the Towne Stafford. This 34 TableBeing the E.N.E. Prospect of the said Towne, taken from Coto Hill, with all inmaginable veneration is humbly consecrated by R.P.L.L.D. Tab, XXXIV. ad Pag.416.
M. Burg. deling. et sculp.
[Robert Plot, 1686.]
Engraving. Plate 285 x 419mm. 11¼ x 16½". Vertical crease and fold through centre as normal.
Taken from "The Natural History of Staffordshire". East north east prospect of the town, showing castle hill in the middle behind the town.
William Salt Library: SV IX. 14.
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