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The Menagerie, Woburn Abbey.
The Menagerie, Woburn Abbey.
G.P. Harding delt F. Ross delt
Lithograph with very fine hand colouring, printed area 185 x 260mm (7¼ x 10¼") very large margins.
The menagerie at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, showing buildings constructed accoding to designs by the great landscape gardener Humphry Repton as part of his improvements to the grounds. The octagonal aviary on the right was divided into a lower section (for canaries) and an upper section (for pigeons). On either side of the octagonal structure are the keepers' apartments, next to which are antelope enclosures. Plate from the 'Hortus Woburnensis' (1833), a volume about the grounds at Woburn Abbey. The aviary was recently reconstructed at Woburn, modelled upon prints such as this.
[Ref: 41175]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Grand Stand. Wolverhampton Race Course.
The Grand Stand. Wolverhampton Race Course.
R. Noyes. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Very rare lithograph, on india. 280 x 400mm (11 x 15¾"). Margins damaged.
A view of the Wolverhampton Race Course at the old ground in West Park. The racecourse was established in 1825 and the grand stand was built in 1827, from after plans by Mr Vulliamy. The racecourse was eventually moved to its current site in Dunstall Park in the 1880s. St. Peters Church can be seen in the distance. After Robert Noyes (1780-1843).
[Ref: 44466]   £220.00  
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The Grand Stand. Wolverhampton Race Course.
The Grand Stand. Wolverhampton Race Course.
R. Noyes. Printed by C. Hull[mandel].
[n.d., c.1830.]
Very rare lithograph. Sheet: 260 x 340mm (10¼ x 13½"). Trimmed within printed area.
A view of the Wolverhampton Race Course at the old ground in West Park. The racecourse was established in 1825 and the grand stand was built in 1827, from after plans by Mr Vulliamy. The racecourse was eventually moved to its current site in Dunstall Park in the 1880s. St. Peters Church can be seen in the distance. After Robert Noyes (1780-1843).
[Ref: 39502]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the New Theatre, at Wolverhampton. Erected A.D. 1844.
View of the New Theatre, at Wolverhampton. Erected A.D. 1844. Arther Mee & S. T. Ridley Architects. Carlton Chambers, Regent St.
Printed at 10 St. Martins Lane.
[n.d., c.1845].
Tinted lithograph. Scarce. Sheet size: 350 x 425mm (13¾ x 16¾"). Bit dusty.
A fine and highly detailed view of the Old Theatre Royal, Wolverhampton. A number of people can be seen outside the theatre, including many queuing for tickets to the left, behind a figure holding a sign, publicising the current production; 'Shakespere', 'Richard 3', 'Mr. Woolgar'. The foundation stone of the theatre was laid in June 1844 and the Theatre Royal, situated on the corner of Cleveland Road and Garrick Street (now the site of the Central Library) was opened on Easter Monday 1845. Some of the famous actors and actresses to appear at the Theatre Royal included Charles Dillon, Gustavus Vaughan Brooke and Henry Widdicombe. During the 1870s the theatre opened and closed a number of times and was finally demolished in December 1894.
[Ref: 33560]   £220.00  
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Wood Hall, Norfolk. The Seat of Wm. L. Jones Esq.re
Wood Hall, Norfolk. The Seat of Wm. L. Jones Esq.re
Laura Jones d.vt 1812 [in image lower right]
Lithograph with pencil additions, possibly by the artist, sheet 320 x 480mm (12½ x 19"). Very scarce.
Wood Hall in Hilgay, Norfolk, originally built in 1579 and rebuilt after a fire in 1806, probably by the great landscape gardener Humphry Repton (1752-1818). In 1951 the hall was awarded Grade II* listed status. Rare lithograph by Laura Jones, amateur artist presumably the wife or daughter of the homeowner William L. Jones.
Ex collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd
[Ref: 40637]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Seckford Arms Houses, Woodbridge.
Seckford Arms Houses, Woodbridge.
Drawn & Published by C.L.N[ursey]
[n.d. c.1860.]
Etching. 230 x 312mm. 9 x 12¼".
The Almshouses at Woodbridge in Suffolk. Thomas Seckford served Elizabeth I in a number of important judicial roles. He amassed a personal fortune and when he died in 1587 he left his estate in Clerkenwell to endow an Almshouse for 13 poor men in Woodbridge. At the start of the Victorian period the old Almshouses were replaced by impressive new buildings. In 1861 it was suggested that the Almshouse charity be joined with the smaller and less well-endowed Free-School charity. The Free-School had been founded in 1662 by Dorothy Seckford and other benefactors. The union took place and a new school was constructed just outside the town.
[Ref: 12934]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Woodcote Park. The Residence of Baron de Teissier. To whom this View of the East Front is most respectfully inscribed by his obedient and obliged Servant. G.F. Possner.
Woodcote Park. The Residence of Baron de Teissier. To whom this View of the East Front is most respectfully inscribed by his obedient and obliged Servant. G.F. Possner.
Printed by Engelmann, G.,C., & Co. [n.d. c.1825.]
Lithograph on india. 241 x 305mm. 9½ x 12". Some water marking.
Woodcote Park, Surrey. A view of the neo-classical manor house with a double curving staircase to the door under a collonaded porch, a long terrace on an arcade stretching to either side. Sheep in the foreground. A fine view of the building which has been home to a Royal Automobile Club club house since 1913.
See also ref. 20826 for Woodcote Park.
[Ref: 20825]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Woodcote Park, seat of the late L. de. Teissier Esq.r Presented by Mrs. de Teisser & the Baron de Teissier.
Woodcote Park, seat of the late L. de. Teissier Esq.r Presented by Mrs. de Teisser & the Baron de Teissier.
T. Allom. J.H. Kerton. Eng.d for Brayley's History of Surrey.
Dorking, Published by & for R.B. Ede, 1844.
Engraving. 210 x 280mm. 8¼ x 11". Trimmed, unevenly at top, foxed.
Woodcote Park, Surrey. A view of a neo-classical manor house with a double curving staircase to the door under a collonaded porch, a long terrace on an arcade stretching to either side and culminating in wings; farmers with scythes cutting the grass in the fields, a horse-drawn cart in the middle-ground. The Royal Automobile Club has run a club house at Woodcote Park since 1913.
See also ref. 20825 for Woodcote Park
[Ref: 20826]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Wool Bridge, Dorset.
Wool Bridge, Dorset.
Fred Whitehead f.
[n.d., c.1900.]
Etching. 175 x 250mm, 7 x 10".
Frederick William Newton Whitehead (18531938).
From: Charborough House, residence to the Erle-Drax family.
[Ref: 15376]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Woolley Park. With the procession opening of the new public road on the 13.th Sept.r 1818.
Woolley Park. With the procession opening of the new public road on the 13.th Sept.r 1818.
A. Aglio pinxt. et delt. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
London Published for & by the Author, 18 Berners St. October 21, 1821.
Coloured lithograph. 228 x 367mm. 9 x 14½". Slightly messy.
Figures on horseback and carriages proceeding across a bridge up a hill, figures watching from the side of the road. The gardens to Woolley Hall, Yorkshire.
[Ref: 26115]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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River Orwell. Woolverstone House.
River Orwell. Woolverstone House.
1843.
Watercolour in sepia tones. Sheet size: 255 x 360mm (10 x 14"). Glued to backing sheet in corners. Extreme right corner detached.
A fine watercolour depicting the River Orwell, with a steam boat travelling on the right and a sailing vessel in the centre. Woolverstone Hall can be seen in the middle gound. The house was built in 1776 for William Berners, a property developer from London who had gradually been acquiring extensive land­holdings on the Shotley peninsula. The back of the house overlooks the River Orwell at a picturesque curve and from the sides of the house there are views both down and upstream towards Ipswich. The high level of skill and accuracy of the painting would suggest that it was made by an architect.
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An exact Ground-Plot of ye City of Worcester as it stood fortifyd 3. Sept. 1651.
An exact Ground-Plot of ye City of Worcester as it stood fortifyd 3. Sept. 1651.
Engraving. Sheet: 375 x 275mm (14¾ x 10¾"). Trimmed and tipped into album sheet.
A plan of the town of Worcester showing the fortifications and Battle of Worcester which took place on the 3rd September 1651. The Battle of Worcester was the last battle of the Civil War and saw Cromwell's New Model Army defeat Charles II's troops forcing him to flee to France, hiding at one stage in the Boscobel Oak.
[Ref: 42946]   £280.00  
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Waterman's Church. Worcester.
Waterman's Church. Worcester.
[British, Anon., n.d. c.1845.]
Scarce lithograph, sheet 205 x 260mm. 8 x 10¼". Two vertical folds (flattened). Glued to backing sheet.
Remarkable print of a floating church. Until the late 19th century, Worcester was a busy port. Traffic of many kinds came up the River Severn from Bristol and Avonmouth; the Worcester and Birmingham Canal from Diglis Canal Lock carried traffic to and from Birmingham and the Midlands A floating chapel for those employed on the river and canal was founded in 1842 by the Rector of St Clements, John Davies, who became known as the Apostle of the Watermen. Davies fitted up an old Severn barge, The Albion, for the purpose, and moored it at the old St. Clement's churchyard. In the later 19th century, a new Watermen's Church was built on land of corrugated iron, with a spire. Davies' memorial can be seen in St Clement's Church.
See Worcester City Museums collection.
[Ref: 26348]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Worlingworth Hall. The Property of the Hon.ble John Henniker. [&] View of Worlingwort Church, from Worlingworth Hall. Dedicated to the Right Hon.ble Lord Henniker, Patron.
Worlingworth Hall. The Property of the Hon.ble John Henniker. [&] View of Worlingwort Church, from Worlingworth Hall. Dedicated to the Right Hon.ble Lord Henniker, Patron.
Lithographed by G.E. Madeley, 3, Wellington St. Strand.
[n.d. c.1850.]
Lithograph. Sheet 345 x 254mm (13½ x 10"). Rare.
A view of Worlingworth Hall, the former medieval manor house dating back to the 13th century; and a view of St Mary's Church; Suffolk.
[Ref: 31074]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Wyke Church, Village & West part of the Island of Portland.
View of Wyke Church, Village & West part of the Island of Portland.
F. Bernie Aqua tint. Etch'd by Fittler.
Pub.d as the Act directs Feb.y 11.1790 by I. Fittler, London, I.Love, Weymouth.
Coloured aquatint and etching with watercolour wash, plate 260 x 299mm (10¼ x 11¾"). Large margins on 3 sides.
A view of the fifteenth century church of All Saints at Wyke Regis, Weymouth, Dorset, looking across the channel to Portland. A woman and child with a hoop in foreground. The churchyard was the burial site for victims of the wreck of the Earl of Abergavenny (including William Wordsworth's brother, John) and the East Indiaman 'Alexander'. King George III frequented the church during his summer visits to the area from 1790-1805. From the oblong folio 'Views of Waymouth' (1791, 12 plates) after J. Nixon, A. Beaumont; T. Morris, F. Bowles, and J. Love, whose publication may have been inspired by interest arising from George III's visits to the area.
Abbey Scenery 339.3 for the complete set see ref. 35799.
[Ref: 37977]   £220.00  
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Wyke Church, Near Weymouth.
Wyke Church, Near Weymouth.
[Drawn by H. Horsnell.] C. Graf, Lith. to Her Majesty.
Published by B. Benson, Library, Weymouth. [n.d. c.1830.]
Lithograph on india, very large margins. Sheet 222 x 285mm (8¾ x 11¼").
A view looking out towards Portland Harbour, across Wyke Regisd and the Church of All Saints; the village is known to have been frequented by King George III.
[Ref: 31299]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Wyke Church, Village & West part of the Island of Portland.
View of Wyke Church, Village & West part of the Island of Portland.
F. Bernie Aqua tint. Etch'd by Fittler.
Pub.d as the Act directs Feb.y 11.1790 by I. Fittler, London, I.Love, Weymouth.
Coloured aquatint and etching with large margins. Plate 260 x 299mm (10¼ x 11¾").
A view of All Saints Church at Wyke Regis, Weymouth, Dorset, looking across the channel to Portland.
[Ref: 31119]   £220.00  
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Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Painted by John Constable R.A. Engraved by David Lucas.
London, Published by Mr Constable, 35 Charlotte S.t Fitzroy Square 1832.
Mezzotint. Plate: 255 x 190mm (10 x 7½") very large margins. Foxing in margins.
A view of the jetty in Yarmouth after an oil painting by Constable, now housed in the Tate. From about 1829 Constable and Lucas worked together on a series of mezzotints after sketches and paintings by Constable called 'Various Subjects of Landscape...' published in parts between 1830 and 1832. In 1843 Charles Robert Leslie published his 'Memoirs of John Constable Esq. R.A'. He obtained directly from the Constable family 186 sets of 22 images of the Various Subjects of Landscape in return for 30 copies of his book. This mezzotint is one of those; "see Tate John Constable, David Lucas".
Wedmore 10. Shirley: 18. Osbert Barnard: II of V.
[Ref: 44377]   £230.00  
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Brympton in Somersetshire
Brympton in Somersetshire
[Pieter Van der Aa after Johannes Kip, 1707]
Engraving, platemark 130 x 165mm (5 x 6½"). Very large margins. Rare unfolded state. Collector's stamp of Robert Johannes Meyer verso.
The historic manor house of Brympton d'Evercy near Yeovil in Somerset. At the time this print was made the house was probably in the possession of the Sydenham family. It is now used for hospitality, weddings and filming. Plate from James Beverell's Les Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L'Irlande. Formerly in the collection of Robert Johannes Meyer (1882-1976), Hamburg lawyer and print collector.
L.4536
[Ref: 38505]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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A south west view of the City of York.
A south west view of the City of York. Sr. John Lister Kaye Bar.t Alderman and Representative in Parliament for the City of York, contributes this plate 1736.
P. Monamy delin. W.H. Toms sculp.t
Rare etching, platemark 305 x 380mm (12 x 15") very large margins. Vertical folds.
Fine view with ships on the River Ouse.
[Ref: 45173]   £220.00  
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The South-East Prospect of City of York.
The South-East Prospect of City of York.
Sam.l and Nath.l Buck delin. et Sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament April 15th 1745. Garden Court, No 1. Middle Temple, London.
Engraving. Sheet 310 x 780mm (12¼ x 30¾"). Trimmed within plate, affecting armorial bottom left, horizontal folds, folded onto album sheet.
A detailed view of York, with a descriptive text below and a key to the right, indicating various landmarks and buildings. From the series 'Buck's Perspective Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales', before the addition of a plate number top right.
[Ref: 42269]   £320.00  
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A west view of the ruins of St. Mary's Abbey, York
A west view of the ruins of St. Mary's Abbey, York Least that time, which has now near demolished, should utterly eradicate and destroy all traces of this once magnificent Monastery, John Twistleton, of Rawcliffe Esq.r contributes this plate. 1736
W.H. Toms delin et sculp.t
Rare etching, platemark 305 x 380mm (12 x 15") very large margins. Vertical folds.
[Ref: 45174]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Yorkshire Fine Art & Industrial Exhibition, York, 1866.
Yorkshire Fine Art & Industrial Exhibition, York, 1866. The Right Hon: James Meek, Lord Mayor, President. Mess.rs J.B. & W. Atkinson. Mr. Edward Taylor, Architects. Wm. Procter, M.D. Wm. Pumphrey. Edw.d Taylor. Hon: General Secretaries.
Newbald & Stead, Lith: York. Entered at Stationers Hall.
York._Published for the Committee, May 1.st 1866.
Tinted lithograph, rare. 242 x 336mm. 9½ x 13¼". Bit messy.
A view of the hall built for the Yorkshire Fine Arts Industrial Exhibition of 1866. The centre panel shows the royal arms. The two rows either side are the arms of the "noble patrons of the undertaking." These were Lord Scarborough, Earl Fitzwilliam, Earl de Grey and Ripon, Earl Feversham, Earl Zetland, Lord Cavendish, Lord Halifax, Lord Milton, Lord Neville, the Bishop of Ripon, Lord Stourton, Lord Herries, Lord Hawke, Lord Grantley, Lord Muncaster, Lord Teignmouth, Lord Lord Feversham, Lord Wenlock, Lord de Lisle, Lord Londesborough, Lord Houghton and Lord John Hay. On the wings of the building are the arms of the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh. Decoration was by Mr T. Worthington who also did the interior decoration.
[Ref: 26585]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Six Views of York Cathedral.
Six Views of York Cathedral. South West. [&] North West. [&] South East [&] The Choir. [&] The Nave. [&] North Trasncept.
Drawn & on Stone by W. Bevan. Printed by W. Monkhouse, York.
Sold by John Sampson Coney St. York. [n.d., c.1830.]
Set of 6 lithographs. Sheet: 280 x 375mm (11 x 14¾").
A complete set of six views of York Minster.
Abbey 384 different version.
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Cliffords Tower from w.thout Castlegate Postern.
Cliffords Tower from w.thout Castlegate Postern.
[after Francis Place?, c.1700]
Rare etching, platemark 100 x 175mm (4 x 7") large margins.
Clifford's Tower, York. The tower, which is all that remains of York Tower, built by William the Conqueror, is now managed by English Heritage.
[Ref: 46094]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Interior of York Minster. With the Gallery erected under the West Window, for the Audience at the Musical Festival, September, 1828.
View of the Interior of York Minster. With the Gallery erected under the West Window, for the Audience at the Musical Festival, September, 1828.
Drawn on Stone by T.M. Baynes from a sketch by I. Brown, York. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Published Sep.r 23.rd 1828, by Thomas Marsh, Successor to J. Wolstenholme, Minster Gate, York.
Lithograph. 280 x 330mm. 11 x 13". Some foxing and staining.
The interior of York Minster, where the third musical festival was held for the benefit of the York County Hospital, and of the General Infirmaries of Leeds, Hull, and Sheffield. Matthew Cambidge (1764-1844) succeeded his father as organist of York Minster and played an active part in the musical life of York. He organized huge music festivals given at York in 1823, 1825, and later.
See Ref: 26184 for larger coloured version.
[Ref: 26165]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Interior of York Minster. With the Gallery erected under the West Window, for the Audience at the Musical Festival, September, 1828.
View of the Interior of York Minster. With the Gallery erected under the West Window, for the Audience at the Musical Festival, September, 1828.
Drawn on Stone by T.M. Baynes from a sketch by I. Brown, York. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Published Sep.r 23.rd 1828, by Thomas Marsh, Successor to J. Woltenholme, Minster Gate, York.
Fine coloured lithograph, with very large margins. 349 x 438mm. 13¾ x 17¼". Some creasing in corners.
The interior of York Minster, where the third musical festival was held for the benefit of the York County Hospital, and of the General Infirmaries of Leeds, Hull, and Sheffield. Matthew Cambidge (1764-1844) succeeded his father as organist of York Minster and played an active part in the musical life of York. He organized huge music festivals given at York in 1823, 1825, and later.
See Ref: 26165 for smaller uncoloured version.
[Ref: 26184]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Interior of York Minster, with the Orchestra erected under the Great Tower for the Musical Festival. September, 1825.
View of the Interior of York Minster, with the Orchestra erected under the Great Tower for the Musical Festival. September, 1825.
Drawn on Stone by T.M. Baynes from a sketch by J. Brown, York. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Pub.d Sep.r 12. 1825, by John Wolstenholme, Minster Gates, York.
Lithograph, with very large margins. 330 x 420mm. 13 x 16½".
The interior of York Minster with the organ and orchestra seen under the great tower, where the second musical festival was held for the benefit of the York County Hospital, and of the General Infirmaries of Leeds, Hull, and Sheffield. Matthew Cambidge (1764-1844) succeeded his father as organist of York Minster and played an active part in the musical life of York. He organized huge music festivals given at York in 1823, 1825, and later.
[Ref: 26166]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Porch of St Margaret's Church, Walmgate, York.
Porch of St Margaret's Church, Walmgate, York.
Drawn & Etch'd by H.y Cave.
York. Published by Henry Cave, Aug.t 1st, 1817.
Etching. 485 x 435mm. Some wear to margins.
[Ref: 1188]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Nine [crossed in ink, annotated 'Six' above by 19th century hand] Lithographic Views of the Cathedral Church At York;
Nine [crossed in ink, annotated 'Six' above by 19th century hand] Lithographic Views of the Cathedral Church At York; St. Mary's Abbey, &c.
By Abrahams, Monkhouse, &c.
Price Eight Shillings. York: Published at Bellerby's Public Library, 13, Stonegate. 1842. H. Bellerby, Printer, Gazette-Office, York.
Six sepia tinted lithographs, as called for, after F.H. Abraham; in original blue printed wrapper. Rare in wrappers. Folio (400 x 285mm, 15¾ x 11¼). Wrapper with tatty extremities; plates spotty.
Includes three exterior and one interior view of the Cathedral; also south west prospect of the city from the walls, and St. Mary's Abbey with the Yorkshire Museum.
Not in BL. Provenance: Pemberton family of Trumpington Hall.
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Winn's George Hotel, York.
Winn's George Hotel, York. This Plate represents the interior of the State Dining Room at the George Hotel, Coney Street [...]
Printed in oil colours by Bradshaw & Blacklock [c.1851]
Very rare Baxter print, on backing as orginally presented, sheet 370 x 445mm (14½ x 17½"). Margins dusty.
Interior of the George Hotel in York, a coaching inn which from 1614 until 1869 (when it was demolished to make way for Leak & Thorp) served travellers on their way to Manchester, Hull and Newcastle. In 1849 Anne and Charlotte Bronte stayed there en route to Scarborough.
See Paul Chrystal and Simon Crossley, 'York Industries Through Time'
[Ref: 40384]   £260.00  
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Yorkshire Grand Musical Festival.
Yorkshire Grand Musical Festival.
[Illegible text.]
York Published by Hy Cave Sep.r 23 1823.
Pen lithograph, very rare; 373 x 279mm. 14¾ x 11". Laid on separate sheet.
Inside York Minister, with the grand organ and orchestra seen in the background under the great tower. The cathedral full of spectators to mark the first Yorkshire Musical Festival in 1823. Matthew Cambidge (1764-1844) succeeded his father as organist of York Minster and played an active part in the musical life of York. He organized huge music festivals given at York in 1823, 1825, and later.
[Ref: 26167]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Yorkshire.
Yorkshire. Reference to the Wapentakes. The Larger Figures on the Map. North Riding 1... 14 Bulmer. East Riding. 15... 21 Holderness. West Riding. 11... 26 Stratforth and Tickhill. Explanation. Mail Roads... The number of Members returned by each Borough as...
Engraved on Steel by Pigot & Son, Manchester.
Published by Pigot & Co. 21 Basing Lane, London & 18 Fountain St. Manchester. [n.d. c.1840.]
Engraving, scarce, 337 x 369mm. 13¼ x 14½". Horizontal crease one third of the way down the sheet.
Yorkshire, the largest historic county of the United Kingdom.
[Ref: 15105]   £230.00  
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Eboracenis Comitatis (cuius Incolæ olim Brigantes apellabantur) pars Orientalis, vulgo East Riding.
Eboracenis Comitatis (cuius Incolæ olim Brigantes apellabantur) pars Orientalis, vulgo East Riding.
Christophorus Saxo' descrip: Gulielmus Hole sculpsit.
[London, 1610.]
Engraved map. 200 x 250mm (8 x 9¾"). With 7p. text extract from Camden's 'Britannia', within paper wrappers. Very large margins. Uncut.
A map of the East Riding of Yorkshire, engraved by William Hole after the first printed map of the county by Christopher Saxton. First published in 1607, this is an example of the first state, before a plate number was added. The text gives a short history and description of the Riding.
[Ref: 37613]   £240.00  
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Eboracenis Comitatis pars Septentrionalis, vulgo North Riding.
Eboracenis Comitatis pars Septentrionalis, vulgo North Riding.
Christophorus Saxon descrip: Gulielmus Hole sculpsit.
[London, 1610.]
Engraved map. 200 x 345mm (8 x 13½"). With 7p. text extract from Camden's 'Britannia', within stapled paper wrappers. Very large margins. Uncut.
A map of the North Riding of Yorkshire, engraved by William Hole after the first printed map of the county by Christopher Saxton. First published in 1607, this is an example of the first state, before a plate number was added. The text gives a short history and description of the Riding.
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