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To Lieutt. Coll. The Earl of Winchelsea (of the east) ____& Lieutt. Coll. The Earl of Brecknkock (of the West) & to The East and West Kent Regiments of Yeomanry Cavalry,  This Plate, representing The Review At the Moat Park, on Friday the 26th May 1837.
To Lieutt. Coll. The Earl of Winchelsea (of the east) ____& Lieutt. Coll. The Earl of Brecknkock (of the West) & to The East and West Kent Regiments of Yeomanry Cavalry, This Plate, representing The Review At the Moat Park, on Friday the 26th May 1837.
Drawn by G. B. Campion. Engraved by Cha.s Hunt.
Published by J. Smith, Maidstone. And H.Ward, Canterbury. 1837.
Coloured aquatint. 630 x 490mm (24¾ x 19¼"). Trimmed to plate. Rust marks from pervious framing. Damage to right margin inside plate mark. Tear in title area lower left.
Shows this major review in full colour.
Hickman: p. 206.
[Ref: 1154]   £450.00  
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This view representing the triennial Ceremony of the procession AD MONTEM, is respectfully dedicated to the Nobleman and Gentleman educated at Eton.
This view representing the triennial Ceremony of the procession AD MONTEM, is respectfully dedicated to the Nobleman and Gentleman educated at Eton.
Drawn by G. B. Campion. Engraved by C. Hunt.
London published Dec.r 1.st 1838, by Ackerman & Co. 96 Strand.
Hand-coloured aquatint. Printed area: 390 x 560mm (15¼ x 22"). Unexamined out of frame. Light spotting in sky of printed area.
A scene depicting a procession at Eton, called the Montem. The object of the ceremony, celebrated on Whit Tuesday, was to make a collection for the senior scholar on the foundation, in preparation for his leaving Eton for University. Carriages, a military band and crowds of onlookers, watch the procession of figures in elaborate costume. Windsor Castle can be seen in the disctance. The print is dedicated to 'The Noblemen and Gentlemen educated at Eton', and inscribed underneath is a detailed explanation of the event.
Hickman: 207.
[Ref: 32054]   £750.00  
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[France] Marshal Soult.
[France] Marshal Soult.
A Sketch by G.B. Campion.
London Published August 6.th 1838, by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand. J. Graf, Printer to her Majesty.
Lithograph. 445 x 299mm. 17½ x 11¾".
Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult, 1st Duke of Dalmatia (1769-1851) was a French general and statesman, named Marshal of the Empire in 1804. He was one of the only six officers in French history to receive the distinction of Marshal General of France. He was known as the Hand of Iron and served three times as Prime Minister of France.
In the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal.
[Ref: 24819]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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