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Henry Bone RA [facsimile.]
Henry Bone RA [facsimile.]
H. Corbould del. Thomson sculp.
London Published for the Proprietors of the European Magazine, by Lupton Relfe 13 Cornhill, May 1st. 1822.
Stipple, india proof. Plate 241 x 140mm. 9½ x 5½". Uncut.
Henry Bone (1755-1834), was an enamel painter who he moved from Cornwall to London in 1779 where he worked on jewellery designs and the enamelling of watches and fans. He began to exhibit miniatures at the Royal Academy in 1781. He executed many beautiful miniature pieces of much larger size than had been attempted before in England. Among them are copies of eighty-five portraits painted during the time of Queen Elizabeth I that are considered among his greatest works.
[Ref: 18946]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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[Invitation] Admit Mr N. Davies one of the Common Council (in His Mazarine Gown) and a Lady to the Dinner At Guildhall  On Thursday Novr. 9th. 1820.
[Invitation] Admit Mr N. Davies one of the Common Council (in His Mazarine Gown) and a Lady to the Dinner At Guildhall On Thursday Novr. 9th. 1820. The Right Honble. Thomas Thorp, Lord Major [plus two named Sheriffs]. No Admittance Till 3 o'Clock. [Signed by the 'Chairman'.]
Henry Corbould delint. Chas. Corbould sculp No.4 Cary Lane, Cheapside, London.
[London, c. 1820.]
Large engraved admission ticket to a Dinner/Ball at the Guildhall, City of London. Completed, numbered ('No 112') and signed in pen mss. Sheet 260 x 380mm, 10¼ x 15". Foxing spots; damage lower right where wax seal removed. Fold creases.
The elaborate design features allegorical female figures, winged putti, fruit and flower garlands, drinking vessels and heraldry on shields; a Thames scene to background.
[Ref: 26765]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Heraldry.
Heraldry.
H. Corbould del. J. Chapman sc.
London, Published as the act directs, June 29-1811, by Adlard & Jones.
Stipple. Sheet: 205 x 270mm (8 x 10½"). Trimmed.
An allegorical representation of Heraldry in which crests, coats of arms, medals and motos are depicted on sheilds, armour and scrolls. The allegorical figure of Heraldry stands in the centre surrounded by cherubs and a soldier in a suit of armour.
[Ref: 35544]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Rural Felicity.
Rural Felicity. Behold the blest couple return from their toil ... With stories soft stories of love.
H. Corbould del.t Rob.t Cooper sculp.t
London. Published March 1.1814, by S & J. Fuller at the Temple of Fancy Rathbone Place.
Rare stipple. Plate 303 x 229mm (12 x 9"), very large margins.
A couple in rustic dress walking through a hayfield to the right, the youth carrying a cask and staff, his arm around the girl's waist, while she carries a sheaf of hay tied in a cloth on her head, holding her straw hat in her other hand.
[Ref: 31312]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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