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The Royal Navy.
The Royal Navy. Dedicated to Admiral Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley, Bar.t, Capt.n H.S. Hillyar C.B., and the Officers of H.M.S. The Royal Oak.
Drawn By Orlando Norie & T.G. Dutton. Engraved By W. Summers.
Published, October 1st. 1869, by R. & A. Ackermann, 191, Regent Street, London.
Aquatint printed in colour and finished by hand, 515 x 820mm. 20¼ x 32¼". Repaired tears into plate from margin; image unaffected.
An impressive view on board H.M.S The Royal Oak showing the uniforms of the different ranks of seamen. Each is captioned below the image. After Orlando Norie (1832 - 1901).
[Ref: 8498]   £750.00  
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The Alfred, East-Indiaman, 1400 Tons. To Captain A. Henning & the Officers of the Ship This print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servent, William Foster.
The Alfred, East-Indiaman, 1400 Tons. To Captain A. Henning & the Officers of the Ship This print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servent, William Foster.
T.G. Dutton, del. et lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, W.m Foster, 114 Fenchurch Street - Portsmouth, A.Hinton. [n.d., c.1870]
Hand coloured lithograph. Sheet: 480 x 370mm, (19 x 14½"), large margins. Repaired tear in title area and damage in extreme bottom left corner.
A naval scene showing The Alfred, an East Indiaman built by the shipping company R & H Green who were based at Blackwell Yard. An eastindiaman was any ship under the license of the East India Companies.
[Ref: 40165]   £520.00  
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[Clipper Ship
[Clipper Ship "Ambassador", A.1. 16 Years. 700 Tons Register. Thomas J. Duggan, Commander. Wm. Lund Esq. & others (Owners) Wm. Walker Esq. (Builder)]
[T.G. Dutton, del et lith.]
[London. Published May 27th 1869 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street, EC.]
Tinted lithograph, proof before letters, 430 x 620mm. 17 x 24¼". Repaired tear lower right not effecting image.
The Ambassador tea clipper sailed between the chinese port of Fuchow and London, once doing so in 108 days (1872). The beached skeleton of the ship is in Estancia San Gregorio, Chile, where it was declared a national monument in 1973. It is one of the few surviving tea clippers. The clipped weighed about 692 tons and was made of steel and teak wood, making it very fast and sleek vessel.
Parker 1950; see 17384 for published state. NMM: PAH8583.
[Ref: 17622]   £1,250.00  
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Clipper Ship
Clipper Ship "Ambassador", A.1. 16 Years. 700 Tons Register. Thomas J. Duggan, Commander. Wm. Lund Esq. & others (Owners) Wm. Walker Esq. (Builder)
T.G. Dutton, del et lith.
London. Published May 27th 1869 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street, EC.
Very fine tinted lithograph, 430 x 620mm. 17 x 24¼".
The Ambassador tea clipper sailed between the chinese port of Fuchow and London, once doing so in 108 days (1872). The beached skeleton of the ship is in Estancia San Gregorio, Chile, where it was declared a national monument in 1973. It is one of the few surviving tea clippers. The clipped weighed about 692 tons and was made of steel and teak wood, making it very fast and sleek vessel.
Parker 1950; see ref. 17622 for proof before letters
[Ref: 17384]   £1,500.00  

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Anglo-American Atlantic Yacht Race of 1870.
Anglo-American Atlantic Yacht Race of 1870. Start of the Yachts Dauntless and Cambria from Queenstown to New York on the 4th July... [publisher's dedication.]
T.G. Dutton lith, form a Painting by R.L. Stopford. [monogram in plate.]
London, Published May 25th 1871 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street, City.
Scarce hand coloured lithograph, image 370 x 615mm. 14½ x 24¼". Crease to lower right corner, some faint spotting; unexamined out of frame. Very scarce.
The schooner yacht Cambria, of the Royal Harwich Yacht Club, won the "great ocean race" of 1870 against the American yacht Dauntless, from Daunt Rock, Queenstown, Ireland, July 4th, to Sandy Hook on the New Jersey coast, USA - arriving July 27th. The Dauntless was commanded by James Gordon Bennett Jr. (1841 1918), publisher of the New York Herald and the youngest Commodore ever of the New York Yacht Club. His extravagant lifestyle and shocking behaviour are believed to have inspired the phrase "Gordon Bennett" as an expression of incredulity. Short descriptions of each yacht below title. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
See Parker: 2245 for the companion print. Not in NMM.
[Ref: 17650]   £1,750.00  
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[Unidentified ship, previously thought to be the 'Coonatto']
[Unidentified ship, previously thought to be the 'Coonatto']
TGD [artist's monogram T. G. Dutton] 506.
[London, William Foster, 15th July 1863.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour, proof before letters. Image 405 x 595mm, 16 x 23¼".
The Coonatto, a three-masted ship of 633 tons, built in London by Thomas Bilbé in 1863. Used as an Australian wool clipper, the name is an Aboriginal word for a food-bearing tree. In 1876 the Coonatto ran aground on rocks under the Seven Sisters in Sussex, where some of her iron remains can still be seen at low tide. Her captain, Captain Hillman, had his certificate suspended for three months for negligence, although there was speculation he wrecked the Coonatto for insurance money. However as his next ship, the 'Inch Kenneth' foundered the following year, killing Hillman, it would seem he was just inept.
[Ref: 17774]   £1,350.00  
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To R.B.Dean, Esq.re & The Hon.ble Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs. This print of H.M.Revenue Cutter 'Vigilant' towing the Barge 'Alfred' of London, a valuable Prize, captured 17th Decr. 1828 having on board 1010 half-Ankers of Contraband Spirits co
To R.B.Dean, Esq.re & The Hon.ble Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs. This print of H.M.Revenue Cutter 'Vigilant' towing the Barge 'Alfred' of London, a valuable Prize, captured 17th Decr. 1828 having on board 1010 half-Ankers of Contraband Spirits co captured 17th Decr. 1828 having on board 1010 half-Ankers of Contraband Spirits concealed under a Coasting Cargo, is respectfully dedicated by their by their very obedient humble servant, Richard Gowlland, Commander. August 1845.
H.Rolfe Pinxt_T.G.Dutton, Lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
W.Foster, Marine Printseller & Publisher, 114 Fenchurch, St London.
Very scarce and fine lithograph. 393 x 546mm. 15½ x 21½". Hole to right-hand side, outside the image.
Revenue Cutters have patrolled our coastline for more than 300 years. From the early days of sail up to the modern high speed diesels. Revenue Cutter Vigilant, always referred to as a Cutter and never a Yacht, was the fastest sailing vessel on the Solent in 1826. A boat such as this would have speed and agility on their side enabling chases in open water and in remote ports. In the foreground of this lithograph is a buoy imprinted with 'Margate'.
[Ref: 18135]   £1,250.00  
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The Cutter Yacht
The Cutter Yacht "Dagmar", 36 tons R.Y.S. The property of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. Built 1865 by Mess.rs J.no Harvey & Co. Wivenhoe, Essex. Sails by Mess.rs Lapthorne & Sons, Gosport.
T.G. Dutton del.t et lith.
London, Published Feb.y 1.st 1866 by W.m Foster, 17 Billiter Street, Fenchurch Street, E.C.
Coloured lithograph, printed area 430 x 625mm (17 x 24½").
Large yacht sailing alongside a steamer in By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.). The view show the Dagmar off the Isle of Wight with Osborne House in the background.
NMM: PAH8761. Not in Parker.
[Ref: 16905]   £1,450.00  
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H.M.S. Dauntless, 33, Guns.  Captain E.V. Halsted. Designed and built by John Fincham, Esq.
H.M.S. Dauntless, 33, Guns. Captain E.V. Halsted. Designed and built by John Fincham, Esq.
T.G. Dutton, Lith. Day & Son, Lithers. To The Queen.
[n.d. c. 1855].
Lithograph. Sheet 380 x 530mm.
In 1847 the frigate 'Dauntless' was launched at Portsmouth. She saw action during the Crimean War and won battle honours in the Black Sea. The frigate was sold for breaking in 1885.
[Ref: 2193]   £520.00  
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Egeria.
Egeria.
T.G.Dutton del & lith. John B. Day Lith.
London: Published by John B. Day, Savoy Street, Strand, W.C. [c.1875.]
Tinted lithograph with some colour added by hand, image 185 x 280mm. 7¼ x 11".
A handsome portrait of the 98ft schooner yacht. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
NMM: PAH5783.
[Ref: 18059]   £220.00  
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Thames Embankment.
Thames Embankment.
T.G. Dutton, chromo-lith. Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.
London, Published June 11th. 1864 by Day & Son, Lithographers to The Queen & H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, Gate Street, Lincolns Inn Fields.
Chromolithograph, image 190 x 360mm. 7½ x 14¼". Laid on card. Slightly foxed margins a little cropped, so lacking some lettering.
View of Victoria Embankment showing a proposed steamboat landing pier on the River Thames at Temple; designed for the Metropolitan Board of Works by J.W. Bazalgette. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
[Ref: 26234]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Yacht 'Gertrude',  135 Tons, R.Y.S.
The Yacht 'Gertrude', 135 Tons, R.Y.S. To Cecil & Martyn Esq., this plate is with his permission respectfully dedicated by his obedient Servants, R. & A. Ackermann.
Drawn & Lithographed by T.G. Dutton. Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith, London W.C.
London, Published Augt. 10th. 1868 by R.& A. Ackermann, 191, Regent Street.
Hand coloured tinted lithograph. Printed area: 365 x 600mm. (14½ x 23¾"). Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the yacht, 'Gertrude', an impressive ship of the Royal Yacht Squadron, with other vessels and the white cliffs and Dover Castle in the distance. After Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891). For unframed version, see item ref: 12170.
NMM: PAH8759. Parker: 2268.
[Ref: 33612]   £1,350.00  

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Great Eastern Railway Company's screw steam ship
Great Eastern Railway Company's screw steam ship "Great Yarmouth". To James Goodson Esqe. M.P. & c. & c. and the other Directors of the Gt. Eartern Railway Compy. this Print is by permission respectfully by their obedient Servant, T.G. Dutton. Length....200 Feet. Beam....28 ' 6ins. Depth.....16' 9 ins. Horsepower 100 nominal Tonnage....731 register. Builders. The Thames Graving Dock Company (Limited) Per Jones, Brothers.
T. G. Dutton, Delt. et Lith.
[London: T.G. Dutton, c.1866.]
Magnificent hand coloured lithograph, sheet 470 x 695mm. 18½ x 27¼".
Built 1866 by Jones Broths. Of London and employed carrying trade from London along the East Coast. In 1881 she was transferred to Gateshead and here was employed in the coal trade. She was wrecked in 1887. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
See NMM: PAH9110.
[Ref: 17901]   £980.00  
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H.M.S.
H.M.S. "Black Eagle", (Admiralty Yacht.) To the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty... [publisher's dedication.]
T.G. Dutton del et lith. [Signed and dated 1850 in plate.] Day & Haghe Lithrs. to The Queen.
[London: W. Foster, c.1850.]
Hand coloured lithograph, 'Proof' [lower left], image 290 x 435mm. 11½ x 17". Small tear from below into title; fine colour, unexamined out of fine maple frame.
The paddle-steamer was launched as Firebrand in 1831, and renamed in 1842; here pictured off Ryde, Isle of Wight. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
Parker: 1721. NMM: PAH8662.
[Ref: 17647]   £750.00  
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Her Majesty's Iron Cased Screw Steam Frigate
Her Majesty's Iron Cased Screw Steam Frigate "Minotaur", To Admiral Frederick Warden... [publisher's dedication.]
T.G. Dutton del et lith. [monogram in plate.]
London, Published Feby. 26th 1867 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street, Fenchurch Street.
Hand coloured lithograph, image 390 x 615mm. 15¼ x 24¼". Repaired chips and tears to tile area and margins; bright colour. Unexamined out of fine maple frame.
A magnificent representation of HMS Minotaur, a 50-gun armoured ironclad battleship launched at Blackwall in 1863. She served in the Mediterranean and during the 1882 Egyptian War, but spent the bulk of her active career as flagship of the Channel Fleet. She was re-named HMS Boscawen II in March 1904. Statistical lists to left and right of title. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
Parker: 1875. NMM: PAH9293.
[Ref: 17649]   £990.00  
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H.M.S. Queen.
H.M.S. Queen. To Captain Sir William Symonds...
Robert Fry del. T.G. Dutton lith. Day & Haghe, Lithrs. to the Queen.
London Published by C. Fry Bishopsgate Street [n.d. c.1840.]
Rare sepia-tinted lithograph heightened in white, image 295 x 445mm. 11½ x 17½". Closed and filled tears and chips.
HMS Queen was a 110-gun first rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 15 May 1839 at Portsmouth, ordered to a design by Sir William Symonds FRS (1782 - 1856), 'Surveyor of the Navy'. HMS Vanguard behind to left, discharging a cannon.
Not in NMM. Not in Parker.
[Ref: 22392]   £360.00  
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Her Majesty's Iron Cased Screw Steam Frigate
Her Majesty's Iron Cased Screw Steam Frigate "Royal Oak", To Captain Frederick A. Campbell... [publisher's dedication.]
T.G. Dutton del et lith. [monogram in plate.]
London, Published November 21st 1863 by Wm. Foster, 114, Fenchurch Street.
Hand coloured lithograph, image 405 x 605mm. 16 x 23¾". Crease to sky upper left; otherwise appears a fine impression with bright colour and full margins.
Launched at Chatham 1862, HMS Royal Oak was the first ship of the Prince Consort class of four wooden-hulled ironclad battleships; a magnificent representation. Statistical lists to left and right of title. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
Parker: 1875. NMM: PAH9292.
[Ref: 17648]   £1,250.00  
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H.M.S. Leander, 50 Guns,
H.M.S. Leander, 50 Guns, appointed to convey the Royal Commissioners to the Exhibition at New York.
T.G.Dutton del et lith. Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen
London Published May 25th, 1853, by Ackerman & Co, 96, Strand.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 360 x 480mm, 14¼ x 18¾". Crease in centre, cut at top.
Launched in 1848, Leander was converted to screw propulsion in 1861 but sold in 1867. During the Crimean War, Leander served at Sebastapol. The Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations was inspired by London's Great Exhibiton of 1851, and had its own Crystal Palace. At the fair Elisha Otis showed off his design for a elevator which incorporated a failsafe: it overcame public concern regarding the safety of elevators and three years later Otis installed the first passenger elevator in the United States in a New York City shop.
Parker 1802.
[Ref: 23236]   £230.00  
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H.M.S. Samarang, 26 Guns, at Chatham, Jan.y 1847.
H.M.S. Samarang, 26 Guns, at Chatham, Jan.y 1847.
T.G. Dutton Del et lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London Published by T.G. Dutton 17, Gate St. Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Coloured lithograph. 370 x 532mm (14½ x 21"). Tears; and chip to corners.
A view of HMS Samarang at Chatham. She was launched at Cochin in 1822 by the East India Company and served in various stations around the world before seeing action in the First Opium War, and was then employed under Edward Belcher, in surveying the coast of Borneo from 1843-1849. She then became a guardship at Gibraltar before being sold for breaking in 1883.
[Ref: 30897]   £360.00  
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The Auxiliary S.S. 'Kent' 2300 Tons. G. Fairles Gibbs, Commander. Built & Owned by Messrs. Money ~Wigram & Sons, Blackwall.
The Auxiliary S.S. 'Kent' 2300 Tons. G. Fairles Gibbs, Commander. Built & Owned by Messrs. Money ~Wigram & Sons, Blackwall.
T.G. Dutton del & Lith. M.&H. Hanhart imp.
London, Published Sepr. 20th 1876 by W.G.Foster, (son of W. Foster,) late of 178 Billiter St. Marine, Printseller, Publisher & Frame Maker 21 London St. EC.
Coloured Lithograph 460 x 295mm. faint paper toning from old mount.
Auxiliary Steam Screw Ship, built 1876 at Blackwall. In 1879 she was sold to the Marquis de Campo and renamed Barcelona, running between Cadiz and London. In 1885 she was sold to the Pinillos Line, a company formed in 1884 to sail between Barcelona and the West Indies and U.S Gulf ports. In 1888 she was sold to a Marseilles firm and refitted. 1896 saw her beached and broken having caught fire.
Macpherson Collection:p.168.
[Ref: 2205]   £950.00  
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Kriemhilda.
Kriemhilda.
T. G. Dutton, del et lith. John B. Day, Lith.
London: Published by John B. Day, Savoy Street, Strand W.C. [n.d., c.1870]
Lithograph with large margins. Sheet: 350 x 270mm. (13¾ x 10½").
View of the yacht 'Kriemhilda' with a yacht in the distance racing.
[Ref: 32822]   £450.00  
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H.M.S. Leander, 50 Guns.
H.M.S. Leander, 50 Guns. Constructed by R. Blake Esq.
T.G Dutton, del et lith. Day & Son. lith.rs tothe Queen.
T. G. Dutton. 1849.
Proof. Lithograph, rare. Size: 520 x 375mm. (20½ x 14¾"). Trimmed. Tear to lower right edge of sheet.
Launched in 1848, H.M.S. Leander was converted to screw propulsion in 1861 but sold in 1867. During the Crimean War, Leander served at the Siege of Sevastopol, which lasted from September 1854 until September 1855. Although defended heroically and at the cost of heavy allied casualties, the fall of Sevastopol would lead to the Russian defeat in the Crimean War.
[Ref: 31541]   £420.00  
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The
The "Little Lucy", Steel Screw Steamer. Successful Voyage of a Steel Screw Steamer - (From the Engineer, August 27, 1859.)
T. G. Dutton, del.t et lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
[n.d., c.1859.]
Tinted lithograph with large margins. Extremely rare. Sheet size: 400 x 515mm (15¾ x 20¼"). Creasing, some foxing. Loss to margins top left.
The 'Little Lucy', built in 1858 in Stockton, by Richardson, Duck & Co. was Teeside's first steel ship. It was built for river service in the Brazils, travelling from England to Bahia after it was originally due to be sent in loose plates and constructed on arrival. It was decided to test 'Little Lucy', sailing to Falmouth from the Tees before embarking across the Atlantic under sail and steam, to South America. The severe weather the ship successfully endured on this test trip proved that for such a small ship, she was a 'good and safe sea boat'. An explanation of the ship's construction and voyage is printed below the title.
[Ref: 35408]   £650.00  
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[Medusa.]
[Medusa.]
[Thomas Dutton.]
[c.1870.]
Tinted lithograph, printed in blue and sepia. Image 370 x 620mm. Some marginal spotting and a small tear, again marginal
[Ref: 2209]   £780.00  
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'Mirage', R.Y..S., 200 Tons. 5th October 1872.
'Mirage', R.Y..S., 200 Tons. 5th October 1872.
T.G. Dutton, del.t et lith. M. & N. Hanhart, Imp.t.
London: Published March 1st 1873 by Arthur Ackermann, 191, Regent Street.
Colour tinted lithograph. Printed area 420 x 600mm. A very good example of colour printing.
[Ref: 8402]   £1,450.00  
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To The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, this Print of their Iron Screw Steam Ship 'Mooltan', (2520 Tons Edward Cooper Commander) is most respectfully dedicated by their obedient Servant, Wm. Foster.
To The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, this Print of their Iron Screw Steam Ship 'Mooltan', (2520 Tons Edward Cooper Commander) is most respectfully dedicated by their obedient Servant, Wm. Foster.
T.G. Dutton, Delt. Et Lith.['TGD' printed monogram lower right of plate]. Day & Son Lithers. To The Queen.
London, Published By Wm. Foster, 114, Fenchurch Street [n.d. c.1865].
Coloured lithograph. 705 x 500mm. Crack to paper in title area. 2 repaired tears above, 1 just into printed area.
The Mooltan was registered for P & O on Mar.8th 1861. Designed as P & Os most luxurious vessel to date, she was expensively decorated throughout. Her engines were the company's first compound type and were designed to cut the consumption of coal by half. To assist in maintaining a reliable service speed, she was designed with a narrow beam, but this produced severe rolling in a cross sea and she was never a successful ship. Her maiden voyage started 20th Jul.1861 when she left Southampton for Alexandria and she was later transferred to the Calcutta to Suez route (this was before the opening of the Suez Canal when UK - India passages were covered in two parts).
[Ref: 2211]   £1,250.00  
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The Iron Cutter Yacht Mosquito, 50 Tons, R.T.Y.C.
The Iron Cutter Yacht Mosquito, 50 Tons, R.T.Y.C. To the Right Hon.ble Lord Londesborough, this plate is by permission respectfully dedicated by His Lordship's very obedient servant, Thomas g. Dutton.
T.G. Dutton del et Lith. Day & Son. Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Published, Nov.r 6th, 1852, by R.A. Ackermann 191 Regent Street.
Hand coloured lithograph, very fine. Printed area: 370 x 450mm (14½ x 17¾")
A view of the iron cutter yacht, 'Mosquito', at sea with several ships and yachts in the distance. The ship was constructed by T. Waterman, built by C.J. Mare & Co., and the sails made by Eversfield. It won many races, as listed below the image with the prize money, including the Lowestoft Regatta on July 6th 1852, the Great Yarmouth Regatte on July 13th 1852, and the Royal Western Yacht Championship Cup on August 5th 1852.
[Ref: 33606]   £1,350.00  
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Iron Twin Screw Armour Clad War Steamer 'Moyini Zaffer'.
Iron Twin Screw Armour Clad War Steamer 'Moyini Zaffer'. Built for the Tirkish Government by Samuda Brothers. London.
T.G. Dutton, del. & lith.
London. Published Dec.r 1st 1869 by W.m Foster, 17 Billiter Streeet, E.C.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 410 x 615mm. Unexamined out of frame.
A Turkish warship. Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm on the Isle of Dogs, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda, Jewish civil engineers. They built boats for the Royal Navy, P&O, and the navys of Turkey, Egypt, Japan, Prussia, Brazil & Argentina. Jacob also invented the 'atmospheric' railway, using air pressure to provide power for propulsion. Joseph became MP for Tavistock and, at the time this print was published, Tower Hamlets.
NMM: PAH9306.
[Ref: 8369]   £850.00  
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The Norfolk', 1000 tons, Edward A.Reynell, Commander. Built and owned by Mess.rs Money, Wigram & Sons.
The Norfolk', 1000 tons, Edward A.Reynell, Commander. Built and owned by Mess.rs Money, Wigram & Sons.
T.G. Dutton del & lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Published by W.m Foster, 114, Fenchurch Street. [n.d., c.1860.]
Tinted lithograph with hand finishing. Sheet 430 x 570mm, 17 x 22½". Some surface soiling.
The Norfolk, a "Blackwaller" clipper ship, described as ...one of the most popular vessels in Messrs. Money Wigram's Anglo-Australian line" (Argus 2/1/1872). Although primarily used for the Australian gold rush passenger trade, the Norfolk successfully delivered the first batch of brown trout eggs to reach Australia alive in 1864, which gradually populated the rivers of Australia and New Zealand.
[Ref: 18523]   £820.00  
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Messrs. Money ~Wigram & Sons, Australian Steam Ship. 'Norfolk', 3196 tons, 2500 Horse-Power. J. Pyne O'Callaghan, Commander.
Messrs. Money ~Wigram & Sons, Australian Steam Ship. 'Norfolk', 3196 tons, 2500 Horse-Power. J. Pyne O'Callaghan, Commander.
T.G. Dutton del & Lith. Jophn B.Day Lith. Etc.
London, Published October, 3rd. 1879 John B. Day 5, Blythwood Villas, Crouch Hill N.
Tinted lithograph. 460 x 295mm, 18 x 11½". Two repaired tears in the margins.
Built by R & H. Green, London, she was launched on 21st Jun.1879, used by Money, Wigram & Co on their London - Sydney service. In 1882 Norfolk was purchased by Royal Mail Steam Packet Co and renamed La Plata, making her first Southampton - South America voyage on 9th October.
Macpherson Collection:p.212.
[Ref: 20546]   £1,250.00  
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HMS Orion 91 Guns. To Captain John Erskine, This Plate is respectfully dedicated by His Officers.
HMS Orion 91 Guns. To Captain John Erskine, This Plate is respectfully dedicated by His Officers. [Dimensions to left and right.]
Painted & Lithog.d by T.G. Dutton. Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen. [Inside image:] T.G. Dutton 1856.
London, Published by Adolphus Ackermann & Co. 15 Beaufort Buildings, Strand, May 1.st 1857.
Hand coloured lithograph. Visible area 465 x 622mm. 18¼ x 24½". Mount burn around image repair tear upper left and centre top.
HMS Orion was a 91-gun screw ship launched in 1854 and commanded by Captain J.E. Erskine, where she saw service during the Baltic War against Russia in 1855. She had a crew complement of about 750 men and boys. She was broken up in the 1860s.
Parker: 1819.
[Ref: 21046]   £720.00  
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Osborne.
Osborne.
T.G.Dutton del & lith. John B.Day Lith.
London: Published by John B.Day, Savoy Street, Strand, W.C. [c.1876].
Lithograph. Printed area 205 x 280mm.
A paddle-steamer.
[Ref: 2215]   £320.00  
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The Union Steam Ship Company's Royal Mail Steamer 'Phoebe' 613 tons. 120 horse power. To H.R. Clark Esq.re Commander, This plate is respectfully dedicated by his obedient servant, Wm Foster.
The Union Steam Ship Company's Royal Mail Steamer 'Phoebe' 613 tons. 120 horse power. To H.R. Clark Esq.re Commander, This plate is respectfully dedicated by his obedient servant, Wm Foster.
T.G.Dutton, del et lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Published by Wm. Foster, 114 Fenchurch Street.
Tinted lithograph. 300 x 460mm.
Union Line steamer, built by Messrs. Alexander Denny & Bros. in 1851, an iron screw vessel with a tonnage of 585. She was originally built for Preston & Co. who ran her to South America, being purchased by the Union Line in 1857, on the condition that she passed satisfactory trials, which she had no difficulty in doing. In 1861, she was sold to London brokers, who subsequently transferred her to the Union Line of New Zealand, by whom she was employed on the Inter Colonial mail service for many years. Finally she was hulked in 1901 and later broken up.
[Ref: 2219]   £850.00  
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The Iron Screw Steam Ship 'MO?????'. (Powerful) 1000 tons. The Property of the Russian Steam Navigation & Trading Company. Buily by Messrs and w. Leslie & Co, Iron Ship Builders, Hebburn Quay, Gateshead on Tyne.
The Iron Screw Steam Ship 'MO?????'. (Powerful) 1000 tons. The Property of the Russian Steam Navigation & Trading Company. Buily by Messrs and w. Leslie & Co, Iron Ship Builders, Hebburn Quay, Gateshead on Tyne.
T.G. Dutton del & Lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Published by W.Foster, 114 Fenchurch Street.
Coloured lithograph, printed area 360 x 470mm. Tear through title area into image reinforced.
Built less than two years after the end of the Crimean War.
[Ref: 2216]   £950.00  
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The Prince of Wales, East Indiaman, (1350 Tons.) To Richard Green, Esq.r of Blackwall, this print is by permission respectfully dedicated by his obedient Servant, Thomas Dutton.
The Prince of Wales, East Indiaman, (1350 Tons.) To Richard Green, Esq.r of Blackwall, this print is by permission respectfully dedicated by his obedient Servant, Thomas Dutton.
T.G. Dutton, del. & lith. Day & Haghe Lithers. To The Queen.
London. Foster, Fenchurch St. Plymouth Fry, Portsmouth, Hinton.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 350 x 410mm. Crack to paper in title area. Laid on restoraton paper.
The 'Prince of Wales' was one of Green's large 'Blackwall frigate' Indiamen, built by them at Blackwall in 1842, and specially fitted for carrying troops to the East.
NMM: PAH9324.
[Ref: 2217]   £620.00  
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The Auxiliary Screw Steam Ship 'Somersetshire'2200 tons. J.S.Atwood Commander. Built by Mess.rs Money Wigram & Sons, Blackwall.
The Auxiliary Screw Steam Ship 'Somersetshire'2200 tons. J.S.Atwood Commander. Built by Mess.rs Money Wigram & Sons, Blackwall.
T.G.Dutton, del.t et lith.
London, Published July 13th 1867 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street. E.C.
Coloured lithograph. 300 x 460mm.
Iron screw steamer, built by Messrs. Money Wigram & Sons, of Blackwall, for their own service to Australia in 1867, a vessel of 2,342 tons gross, which was regarded as one of the finest steamers of her day. She cost over £70,000 to build, and on trial she managed 10¼ knots which was considered very good at that time. In the early 'eighties, she was sold to J.R. Renner of Liverpool, converted passed into the hands of the Norwegians and was posted missing in summer of 1898.
[Ref: 2220]   £620.00  
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The Clipper Ship 'Spindrift', Winner of the Great Ocean Race from Foo-cho-foo. Season 1868.
The Clipper Ship 'Spindrift', Winner of the Great Ocean Race from Foo-cho-foo. Season 1868. Left Foo-cho-foo 29th May at 3.50pm _ Off the Wight 1st Sept.r at 4.50pm. Passage 95 Days 1 hour.
T. G. Dutton del.t et lith.
London Published November 14th 1868 by W.m Foster, 17 Billiter Street, E.C.
Tinted lithograph, very scarce. Framed, window size 425 x 610mm (16¾ x 24"). Mounted over printed border, unexamined out of frame.
An extreme composite clipper ship built in 1867 by Charles Connell, Glasgow. Launched July 18th 1867, she only made three successful trips to China before being wrecked near Dungeness, one day into a voyage to Shanghai with a £200,000 cargo, 21st November, 1869.
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Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert.
Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert.
T.G.Dutton del & lith. John B.Day Lith.
London: Published by John B.Day, Savoy Street, Strand, W.C. [c.1876].
Colour lithograph. Printed area 205 x 280mm.
A paddle-steamer.
[Ref: 2224]   £320.00  
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To the Rt. Honble. Lord Willoughby de Eresby, this print of The Lugger Yacht 'New Moon', 220 Tons, is respectfully dedicated by His very obedient Servant, Wm Foster.
To the Rt. Honble. Lord Willoughby de Eresby, this print of The Lugger Yacht 'New Moon', 220 Tons, is respectfully dedicated by His very obedient Servant, Wm Foster.
T.G. Dutton Del. et Lith. Day & Son Lithrs. to the Queen.
London, Published by Wm. Foster, 114 Fenchurch St.
Tinted lithograph, image 300 x 460mm. 11¾ x 18". 2 slight creases.
Large yacht sailing to the left, other yachts in the background and seaside cliff with castle on the far right. After Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
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The Yacht 'Gertrude',  135 Tons, R.Y.S.
The Yacht 'Gertrude', 135 Tons, R.Y.S. To Cecil & Martyn Esq., this plate is with his permission respectfully dedicated by his obedient Servants, R. & A. Ackermann.
Drawn & Lithographed by T.G. Dutton. Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith, London W.C.
London, Published Augt. 10th. 1868 by R.& A. Ackermann, 191, Regent Street.
Tinted lithograph with colour added by hand, image 365 x 600mm. 14½ x 23¾". Some small closed marginal tears.
An impressive ship of the Royal Yacht Squadron, other vessels and the white cliffs and Dover Castle in the distance. After Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
NMM: PAH8759.
[Ref: 12170]   £1,650.00  
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