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European Magazine.
European Magazine. The Baths at Brighton.
Engrav'd by S. Rawle from an original Drawing by J. Nixon Esq.r
Publishd by J. Asperne, Successor to Mr. Sewell, Cornhill May 1-1803.
Engraving. 123 x 171mm. 4¾ x 6¾".
A view of the Bath House at Brighton, the cornerstone of which was laid in 1759.
[Ref: 24931]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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The Beach at Brighton, Sussex.
The Beach at Brighton, Sussex.
Drawn by H. Edridge. Engraved by George Cooke.
London, Published by John Murray, Albermarle Street, June 1, 1814.
Engraving. 235 x 291mm (9¼ x 11½").
A view along the beach at Brighton, Sussex with boats on the shore. Horses help pull a tall-masted ship onto the beach; men on the ramp pull a smaller boat up out of the water. From "Picturesque views on the Southern Coast of England".
Tate: T05284 (proof).
[Ref: 28508]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Brighthelmstone. Fishermen Returning.
Brighthelmstone. Fishermen Returning.
P.J. De Loutherbourg R.A. delt. J. Hill sculp.t
Pub.d Oct.r 1. 1808, by J. & W. Macgavin, No. 107 New Bond Street, London.
Hand-coloured aquatint with etching, very large margins, platemark 385 x 550mm (15¼ x 21½").
Fishermen at work on the shore at Brighton (then named Brighthelmstone). The reissue of 'Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain' after designs by the landscape painter and scene designer Philip James de Loutherbourg (1740 - 1812), published seven years after the first edition. The plates, originally engraved by J.C. Stadler, were re-engraved by J. Hill, 'only slight differences of detail being noticeable in the engraving' (Abbey).
Abbey Scenery 6.5; Ford 75.
[Ref: 31391]   £420.00  
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Sickelmores' Select Views in Brighton.
Sickelmores' Select Views in Brighton.
Brighton: Printed and Published by C. & R. Sickelmore, Printers, Stationers, Engravers, and Bookbinders, 26 Kings Road. [n.d., c1826.]
Oblong folio, stitched, printed cover with plate descriptions, 9 uncoloured aquatints, as called for, rear two plates watermarked 'J Whatman 1826'. With an extra aquatint slipped in, 'Brunswick Square, Brighton', no imprint. Large margins, scarce complete.
Nine aquatint views of Brighton after Edward Fox and others, most engraved by George Hunt. The plates are: 'Pavilion, Brighton' (Ford 504); 'Brighton Suspension Pier' (207); 'Brighton Chain Pier in a Storm' (318); 'Ireland's Royal Brighton Gardens' (953), with a cricket game; 'General View of Kemp Town' (1136); 'East Cliff Brighton, Storm Approaching' (80); 'Marine Parade' (1102); 'The Temple, the Seat of T.R. Kemp Esq.r Brighton'; and 'The Battery, Brighton' (1061). A econd edition, with an extra plate, was published 1830.
Ford: Images of Brighton; Abbey: Scenery 63. Hickman: p.194.
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[A Pair of Photographs of Brighton.]
[A Pair of Photographs of Brighton.]
[n.d., c.1890.]
Pair of photographs in oval frames. Image: 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Frames: 170 x 125mm (6¾ x 5"). Unexamined out of frames.
A pair of very decorative French photographic views of Brighton. The first is a view of the West Pier built in the 1860s, the second is a view of the old Brighton Aquarium with the Chain Pier behind, the Chain Pier was destroyed in a storm in 1896. Labels on the back of the frames state 'From Soper's Emporium Brighton'.
[Ref: 44860]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Marine Parade Chain Pier Brighton.
Marine Parade Chain Pier Brighton.
Painted by John Constable. Engraved by Frederick Smith.
London Published August 12 1829 by Colnaghi Son & Co Printsellers to the King Pall Mall East & by Mr Folker Brighton.
A rare & fine engraving. 280 x 380mm (11 x 15"), with very large margins.
A rare view of Marine Parade, Brighton, taken from the beach surrounded by fishermen. The original painting was sold by Sotheby's on 20th July 1949.
Ford Images of Brighton: 71
[Ref: 45987]   £580.00  
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A Perspective View of Brighthelmston, and of the Sea Coast as far as the Isle of Wight, Inscribed (by Permission) to His Royal Highness William Henry Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, Earl of Connaught of the Kingdom of Ireland, Ranger of Hampton Court
A Perspective View of Brighthelmston, and of the Sea Coast as far as the Isle of Wight, Inscribed (by Permission) to His Royal Highness William Henry Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, Earl of Connaught of the Kingdom of Ireland, Ranger of Hampton Court Park, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter By His Royal Highnesses most Obed.t & Devoted Serv.t James Lambert. Lambert's Correct View of Brightelmston in 1765.
Ja.s Lambert pinx.t P.C. Canot sculp.t
Publish'd as the Act directs, 1817. by Ja.s Edwards Brompton Middlesex and Published in his Topographical Surveys.
Copper Engraving. 425 x 635mm. 16¾ x 25". Folds, as normal.
A view of Brighthelmstone, the predecessor of modern-day Brighton. The field was known as Belle Vue Field. A coastal town, with farmers and town-dwellers engaged in the harvesting of the crop; cattle pulling hay to barns, people with scythes cutting the corn; three cloth sailed post-mills standing in the fields.
Ford: 23A.
[Ref: 19066]   £330.00  

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Brighton from the Sea (Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science).
Brighton from the Sea (Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science). 152.-The Illustrated London News, August 17, 1872.-153.
T. Sulman del.
[1872.]
Woodcut. 405 x 571mm (16 x 22½"). Folds and creases; some nicks and tears to edges.
A view of Brighton's coastline from the sea; produced for the London Illustrated News.
[Ref: 34750]   £75.00  
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Brighton Beach.
Brighton Beach.
R. Goff [signed in pencil].
1894.
Etching. Platemark: 55 x 115mm (2¼ x 4½").
An attractive view of Brighton beach, Sussex, with the famous pier to the left and the beach front town on the right. Robert Charles Goff (1837–1922) was a printmaker and painter who specialised in topographical scenes, strongly influenced by the work of James McNeill Whistler. Brighton and Hove Museum and Art Gallery hold a large collection of Goff's work.
Ford: Not in.
[Ref: 38045]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The Triumphal Arch,
The Triumphal Arch, Erected for the 30th. of August 1830, being the Day on which Their Majesties King William IV, & Queen Adelaide, Entered Brighton after their Accession to the Throne.
J.S, delin.
Printed & Published by W. Leppard, Brighton [n.d., c.1830].
Aquatint with etching, rare, sheet 310 x 255mm. 12¼ x 10". Lacking margins. A few closed tears to extremities.
A triumphal arch erected in Marlborough Place to celebrate the arrival of William IV and Queen Adelaide in Brighton. Fifty feet high and fifty wide, it was covered with foliage and flowers; at night it was illuminated by 4000 lamps.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 653.
[Ref: 27686]   £240.00  
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Amphitheatre. Entrance. Interior.
Amphitheatre. Entrance. Interior. The above was very tastefully planned and beautifully decorated with Evergreens, Dahlias &c. for the reception of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria on Her first Visit to the Palace at Brighton on the 4th Oct.r 1837.
Published by W.Leppard, East Street. [n.d., c.1837.]
Aquatint, scarce. Sheet 120 x 190mm, 4¾ x 7½". Trimmed and laid on album paper.
A triumphal gateway erected at the north entrance to the Royal Pavilion to Queen Victoria on her first visit to Brighton as queen.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 648.
[Ref: 21577]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The Chain Pier, Brighton. [Ink:] during our stay Summer of 1850.
The Chain Pier, Brighton. [Ink:] during our stay Summer of 1850.
G. Earp Jun.r del. Lith. by Jules Arnout. Printed by Lemercier.
Published by W.H. Mason, Her Majesty's Printseller & Publisher, 81, King's Road, Brighton, May 5.th 1846.
A rare lithograph. 305 x 514mm. 12 x 20¼". Laid on backing sheet.
The Royal Suspension Chain Pier, known as the Chain Pier, Brighton. Designed by Captain Samuel Brown R.N. in 1823, it was primarily intended as a landing stage for packet boats to Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, but it also featured a small number of attractions including a camera obscura.
Ford: 293
[Ref: 27729]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Brighton Characters, No. 4. The Fisherman.
Brighton Characters, No. 4. The Fisherman. "Who'll have this Lot Cheap".
G. Nibbs lith. Printed by C.Moody, 257 High Holborn.
Published by W. Lane, 3 Market St, Brighton, Nov.r 9th, 1846.
Fine coloured lithograph. Printed area 280 x 180mm, 11 x 7". Tape remains on right edge.
A fisherman on Brighton Beach with assorted fish at his feet.
[Ref: 21578]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Brighton Characters, No. 2. The Fish Woman.
Brighton Characters, No. 2. The Fish Woman. "Fish T'day Marm"?
G. Nibbs lith. Printed by C.Moody, 257 High Holborn.
Published by W. Lane, 3 Market St, Brighton, Nov.r 9th, 1846.
Fine coloured lithograph. Printed area 280 x 180mm, 11 x 7". Tape remains on left edge.
A woman selling fish on the streets of Brighton, calling up to a potential customer at a window.
[Ref: 21579]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Pavilion, Brighton.
Pavilion, Brighton.
Drawn by Edw.d Fox, Brighton. Engraved by Geo. Hunt
Published by C. & R. Sickelmore, Stationers, 26 King's Road, Brighton.
Very fine coloured aquatint, sheet 220 x 300mm (8½ x 11¾"). Trimmed for book publication; very fine colour.
The east front of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. This plate was first published in Sickelmore's 'Select Views of Brighton', c.1827.
Ford 504. Hickman: p194.
[Ref: 35613]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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The Royal Palace at Brighton.
The Royal Palace at Brighton.
Lithograph, rare. Sheet: 225 x 350mm (9 x 13¾"). Trimmed
A view of the Brighton Pavillion as it was when it was a Royal Residence. It was sold by Queen Victoria in 1850 who used the proceeds to furnish her summer residence, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight. Below the image is a key listing the various rooms in the palace.
[Ref: 45728]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Brighton Suspension Pier.
Brighton Suspension Pier.
Drawn by Fox. Brighton.
Published by C. & R. Sickelmore, Printers &c. Kings Road.
Fine aquatint. 200 x 415mm. 8 x 16¼", on paper watermarked 'J Whatman 1826'. Margin creased.
The Royal Suspension Chain Pier, designed by Capt. Samuel Brown and opened in 1823, costing £30,000. From 1825 steam packet boats offered excursions to the Isle of Wight from the pier. However the exposed nature of Brighton beach meant that the pier was damaged by storms in 1824, 1833 and 1836. It was overshadowed by the opening of the West Pier in 1866, and remained open until 1896, when a survey found the head was nearly seven feet off perpendicular. Another storm destroyed it later in the year. Published in Sickelmore's 'Views of Brighton'.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 207; Abbey: Scenery 63.
[Ref: 21568]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton.
Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton.
This Splendid Structure was projected and Executed by Capt. S. Brown R.N. Drawn, Engraved, Printed & Publish'd by J.Bruce, 28 Middle St, Brighton.
Very fine coloured aquatint. 165 x 255mm. 6½ x 9¾". Large margins.
The Royal Suspension Chain Pier, with nine lines of description either side of the title. In the foreground are two wheeled bathing huts. Designed by Capt. Samuel Brown and opened in 1823, costing £30,000. From 1825 steam packet boats offered excursions to the Isle of Wight from the pier. However the exposed nature of Brighton beach meant that the pier was damaged by storms in 1824, 1833 and 1836. It was overshadowed by the opening of the West Pier in 1866, and remained open until 1896, when a survey found the head was nearly seven feet off perpendicular. Another storm destroyed it later in the year.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 187.
[Ref: 21570]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Brighton Suspension Chain Pier.
Brighton Suspension Chain Pier. This brilliant specimem of modern architecture was projected & executed by Cap.n S. Brown R.N. its foundation consists of four clumps of piles, 258ft. distant driven nearly 8ft...The length of the esplanade to the beginning of the Pier, is 1250 ft. & along which carriages pals. Commened Oct.r 1822 openened to ye publick Nov. 1283. Estimated expence 30.000l/
Drawn, Engraved, Printed & Publish'd, by J. Bruce, Brighton.
[n.d. c.1824.]
Aquatint, paper watermarked, with very large margins: J Whatman 1823. 276 x 376mm (10¾ x 14¾"). Some creasing.
The Royal Suspension Chain Pier, designed by Captain Samuel Brown and built in 1823. It was primarily intended as a landing stage for packet boats to Dieppe, France.
Provenance: Hermitage Hexham. Ford 195.
[Ref: 30102]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Chain Pier, Brighton.]
[The Chain Pier, Brighton.]
Published by W.H. Mason. Repository fo Art. 81, King's Road, Brighton. [1841.]
Hand-coloured aquatint. 120 x 229mm. 4¾ x 9". Very fine colour.
A view of the beach and pier at Brighton, Sussex. People sitting and relaxing on the beach with boats on the ocean and a steamer in the background; men fishing just below the pier. From "Fashionable Handbook for Visitors to Brighton".
Ford: 282.
[Ref: 24126]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Brighton & The Chain Pier from the Pier Head.
Brighton & The Chain Pier from the Pier Head.
Drawn & Lithog by C.W. Wing.
Published by Wm. Tuppen Royal Marine Library Brighton [n.d., c.1830].
Hand-coloured lithograph, sheet 225 x 350mm. 9 x 13¾". A generally good impression in fine, contemporary colour; glued to album page.
A group of male and female figures on the pier at Brighton, Sussex, with a few of the structure and the beach and town beyond. The Royal Suspension Chain Pier was designed by Capt. Samuel Brown and opened in 1823, costing £30,000. From 1825 steam packet boats offered excursions to the Isle of Wight from the pier. However the exposed nature of Brighton beach meant that the pier was damaged by storms in 1824, 1833 and 1836. It was overshadowed by the opening of the West Pier in 1866, and remained open until 1896, when a survey found the head was nearly seven feet off perpendicular. Another storm destroyed it later in the year.
Ford 'Images of Brighton' 298.
[Ref: 23431]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Royal Arch.
The Royal Arch. Erected in Honor of Their Most Gracious Majesties Arrival at Brighton. Aug.t 30th 1830. At the Expence of Mess.rs Ranger, Fabian & Lambert
Printed by C.Hullmandel.
Published by C.I. Scott, No 25, West Street, Brighton.
Lithograph with original hand colour highlighted with gum arabic, rare. Printed area 330 x 230mm, 13 x 9". Some toning on paper.
A triumphal arch erected in Marlborough Place to celebrate the arrival of William IV and Queen Adelaide in Brighton. Fifty feet high and fifty wide, it was covered with foliage and flowers; at night it was illuminated by 4000 lamps.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 648.
[Ref: 21567]   £260.00  
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[Brighton Pavilion.]
[Brighton Pavilion.] [&] George Baxter, Designer and Engraver on Wood, 37, High Street, Lewes. Emblematic Ornaments for Invoices, Coats of Arms, Fac-similes, &c. engraved on Wood. N.B. Sketches of Gentleman's Seats, Landscapes, Relics of Antiquity, Buildings, Machinery, Cattle, &c. accurately drawn for engraving.
[n.d. c.1827.]
Wood engraving and tradecard. Engraving 103 x 152mm. 4 x 6". Printer's crease on wood engraving.
Elevation of the front of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. From Baxter's 'Stranger in Brighton', 1826; and his 'Select Sketches in Brighton', 1827.
Ford: 502 [Images of Brighton].
[Ref: 25546]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Brighton Pavilion. The Steyne Front. [Old ink mss.]
Brighton Pavilion. The Steyne Front. [Old ink mss.] [Geometrical view of the Steine Front.]
[Augs. Pugin Del.t. T.Fielding Sculp.t.]
[John Nash Esq.r and Sold by Ackermann, 101, Strand, London, July, 1824.]
Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished, trimmed and mounted on brown card, as issued, again laid on later board. Image 185 x 300mm, 7¼ x 12". Pinholes in card corners, soiling of card edges, number label bottom right.
Elevation of the front of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. From John Nash's 'The Royal Pavilion at Brighton', published by Nash at the command of George IV. The title in square brackets above is taken from the Index of Subjects.
Abbey: Scenery, 62; Ford: Images of Brighton, 435.
[Ref: 21549]   £280.00  
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Brighton Pavilion. View of the Steyne Front. [Old ink mss.]
Brighton Pavilion. View of the Steyne Front. [Old ink mss.] [Perspective view of the Steine Front.]
[G.F. Robinson Del.t. T.Sutherland Acqua.t.]
[John Nash Esq.r and Sold by Ackermann, 101, Strand, London, April, 1824.]
Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished, trimmed and mounted on brown card, as issued, again laid on later board. Image 200 x 320mm, 8 x 12½". Pinholes in card corners, soiling of card edges, number label bottom right.
View of the front of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. From John Nash's 'The Royal Pavilion at Brighton', published by Nash at the command of George IV. The title in square brackets above is taken from the Index of Subjects.
Abbey: Scenery, 62; Ford: Images of Brighton, 436.
[Ref: 21553]   £280.00  
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Brighton Pavilion. North Wing of the West Front. The Private Apartments of his Majesty George IV. [Old ink mss.]
Brighton Pavilion. North Wing of the West Front. The Private Apartments of his Majesty George IV. [Old ink mss.] [The King's Private Apartment.]
[Cha.s Moore, del.t. T.Sutherland Acqua.t.]
[John Nash Esq.r and Sold by Ackermann, 101, Strand, London, April, 1824.]
Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished, trimmed and mounted on brown card, as issued, again laid on later board. Image 200 x 320mm, 8 x 12½". Pinholes in card corners, soiling of card edges, number label bottom right.
View of the rear of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. From John Nash's 'The Royal Pavilion at Brighton', published by Nash at the command of George IV. The title in square brackets above is taken from the Index of Subjects.
Abbey: Scenery, 62; Ford: Images of Brighton, 442.
[Ref: 21554]   £280.00  
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Brighton Pavilion. North Front of the Stables. Brighton Pavilion. The Riding Stables [Old ink mss.]
Brighton Pavilion. North Front of the Stables. Brighton Pavilion. The Riding Stables [Old ink mss.] [Stables towards Church Street. Riding House]
[A. Pugin, Del.t. T.Sutherland Aqua.t. [&] Augs. Pugin Del.t. M.Dubourg Sculp.t ]
[John Nash Esq.r and Sold by Ackermann, 101, Strand, London, March 1, [& July 1] 1824 ]
Two aquatints printed in colours and hand finished, trimmed and mounted on brown card together, as issued, again laid on later board. Images 110 x 180mm, 4¼ x 7" & 110 x 190, 4¼ x 7½". Pinholes in card corners, soiling of card edges, number label bottom right.
The exterior of the Stables from Church Street and the interior of the Riding House of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, built 1803-8, before the main buildings were re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Designed by William Porden in an Indian style, the building provided stabling for sixty horses. The Stables now form part of the Dome arts venue; the Riding School became the Brighton Corn Exchange. From John Nash's 'The Royal Pavilion at Brighton', published by Nash at the command of George IV. The title in square brackets above is taken from the Index of Subjects.
Abbey: Scenery, 62; Ford: Images of Brighton, 460 & 461.
[Ref: 21556]   £250.00  
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[Perspective View of the Stable Building.]
[Perspective View of the Stable Building.]
[A. Pugin, Del.t. T.Sutherland Aqua.t.
[John Nash Esq.r and Sold by Ackermann, 101, Strand, London, 1824.]
Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished, trimmed and mounted on brown card, as issued. Image 190 x 330mm, 7½ x 13". Card spotted.
The Stables as seen from the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, built 1803-8 to provided stabling for sixty horses, completed before the main buildings of the Pavilion were re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Designed by William Porden in an Indian style, the main feature was a vast 24-metre glass dome which many detractors predicted would collapse as soon as the scaffolding was removed. It survived and is now part of the Dome arts venue. From John Nash's 'The Royal Pavilion at Brighton', published by Nash at the command of George IV. The title in square brackets above is taken from the Index of Subjects.
Abbey: Scenery, 62; Ford: Images of Brighton, 458.
[Ref: 21558]   £280.00  
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[The East Front, Royal Pavilion, Brighton.]
[The East Front, Royal Pavilion, Brighton.]
[n.d., c.1820.]
Copper engraving. Sheet 230 x 330mm, 9 x 13". Trimmed to printed border. Glue residue on reverse.
View of the front of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles.
Not traced in Ford's Images of Brighton.
[Ref: 21575]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Pavilion at Brighton, the Marine Palace of his Majesty, George IVth.
The Pavilion at Brighton, the Marine Palace of his Majesty, George IVth.
Engraved by T.Sutherland.
Drawn and Published by J. Cordwell, at his Repository, 20 Great East Street, Brighton, 1821.
Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished, cut and laid on album paper. Sheet 235 x 305mm, 9¼ x 12".
View of the front of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. In the foreground is the traffic on the Steine; above the title the rooms are identified, marking the Kitchen, drawing rooms, the Round Salon and the Music Room.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 491.
[Ref: 21576]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The West or Garden Front of The Pavilion at Brighton, the Marine Palace of his Majesty, George IVth.
The West or Garden Front of The Pavilion at Brighton, the Marine Palace of his Majesty, George IVth.
[Engraved by T.Sutherland.]
Drawn and Published by J. Cordwell, at his Repository, 20 Great East Street, Brighton, 1824.
Aquatint, fine impression. 290 x 350mm (11½ x 13¾") very large margins.
View of the back entrance of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, as re-designed by John Nash between 1815-1822. Although the exterior was in the Indo-Saracenic style the interiors were in the most extravagant chinoiserie style ever executed in the British Isles. This example lacks the engraver's name.
Ford: Images of Brighton, 538.
[Ref: 44556]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Dining Room, Royal Pavilion, Brighton.]
[Dining Room, Royal Pavilion, Brighton.]
H. Repton Esq.r del.t. J.C. Stadler, sculp.
[London: Boydell, Longmans, et al, c.1822.]
Coloured aquatint. 185 x 260mm, 7¼ x 10¼", on paper watermarked 'Turkey Mill'. Paper lightly toned, time stained..
The only interior view from Humphrey Repton's 'Designs for the Pavillion at Brighton'. Originally published 1808, this example comes from the 1822 second edition, issued on the completion of the rebuilding according to the designs of Repton's rival, John Nash.
Abbey: Scenery, 57; Ford: Images of Brighton, 419.
[Ref: 21572]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Idol Rock, one of the Brimham Rocks, North Yorkshire.]
[Idol Rock, one of the Brimham Rocks, North Yorkshire.]
R. Dunning Pinxit. [ink mss. on verso.]
[n.d., c. June 1816.]
Watercolour. 150 x 210mm (6 x 8¼").
The 15-foot high Idol Rock, weighing an estimated 200 tons, sitting on a tiny rock only one foot in circumference. On the reverse is an ink mss. description by the artist. The artist issued a set of four aquatints of nearby Fountains Abbey in 1813, engraved by Robert and Daniell Havell, self-published at Ripon.
[Ref: 39087]   £260.00  
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Bristol High Cross.
Bristol High Cross.
[J. Seago.][n.d., c.1790.]
Engraving. Plate: 260 x 180mm (10¼ x 7"). Light foxing and small hole in bottom of engraved area.
A print of Bristol High Cross which was erected in the centre of Bristol market in 1373; it was moved to various locations in Bristol until it was finally moved to Stourhead in 1780.
[Ref: 45399]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the City of Bristol, from Clifton Wood. With the effect of the Fires which took place during the Riots on the Night of the 30th, of October, 1831.
View of the City of Bristol, from Clifton Wood. With the effect of the Fires which took place during the Riots on the Night of the 30th, of October, 1831. [In title area underneath specific buildings:] County Gaol. Bishop's Palace. Queen Square. Toll Houses. City Gaol.
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by S. Jackson.
Printed by C. Hullmandel. [n.d. c.1832.]
Lithograph. 268 x 310mm. 10½ x 12¼". Trimmed on three sides. Very slight nick on left.
The Bristol Riots of 1831 took place after the House of Lords rejected the second Reform Bill, which aimed to improve the 'rotten boroughs' standards and to give Britain's fast growing industrial towns greater representation in the House of Commons. The riots continued for three days during which the palace of Robert Gray the Bishop of Bristol, the Mansion House, and private homes and property were looted and destroyed, along with the demolition of much of the gaol. Work on the Clifton Suspension Bridge was halted and Isambard Kingdom Brunel was sworn in as a special constable.
[Ref: 20072]   £220.00  
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To the most Noble the Marquis of Worcester, this View of the City of Bristol is humbly Inscribed by His Lordships most Obed.t Serv.ts T. Jones & J. Hassell.
To the most Noble the Marquis of Worcester, this View of the City of Bristol is humbly Inscribed by His Lordships most Obed.t Serv.ts T. Jones & J. Hassell.
Drawn & Engraved by J. Hassell
London, Pub.d March 2d 1795 by T. Jones No.23 Clarges Street, and J Hassell, No.2 Castle Street, Leicester Square.
Very fine & rare coloured aquatint, platemark 275 x 345mm (10¾ x 13½"). Very large margins. Bit dusty on left margin.
Fine view along the river Avon towards Bristol.
[Ref: 37020]   £280.00  
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View of Bristol from Clifton Wood.
View of Bristol from Clifton Wood. To the Right Worshipful John Kerle Haberfield Esq.re Mayor of the City of Bristol. This View is most respectfully dedicated by The Publisher.
Drawn by S.C. Jones from a Painting by W. Muller in the possession of George Jones Esq.re On Stone by L. Haghe. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by George Davey 1 Broard S.t Bristol. [n.d. c.1850.]
Lithograph with large margins. 280 x 380mm (11 x 15").
View of Bristol from a hillside, with a couple and two children conversing on a path in foreground at left, and three goats seen nearby at centre.
[Ref: 34730]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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In Commemoration of the Grand Procession,
In Commemoration of the Grand Procession, (As it appeared passing over the drawbridge, and along St. Augustine's-Parade), On the memorable Colston's Day, the 13th November, 1848, In honour of the restoration of the port and harbour to the city of Bristol, and the adoption of free port principles by the mayor and corporation, This Engraving Is Presented to the Subscribers of the Bristol Mirror and Free Port Advocate for the 6th of January 1849; and is respectfully inscribed to the United Trades of Bristol, Who organised and conducted the Procession throughout in the most admirable manner.
Drawn by S.G. Tovey. Engraved by J.L. Marcke.
1849.
Engraving, 440 x 290mm. Hole in bottom right, outside printed area.
Image commemorating a procession in 1848 advocating the restoration of a free port to Bristol.
[Ref: 8423]   £260.00  
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Bristol High Cross was erected An.º 1373...
Bristol High Cross was erected An.º 1373...
Sam.' & Nath.l Buck delin et sculp 1734.
Etching. 470 x 290mm (18½ x 11½"); large margins on 3 sides. Original folds. Cut to platemark.
One of the few folding plates in 'Buck's Antiquities'. The cross is now on the right of the Stourhead Estate.
[Ref: 39706]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The City of Bristol.
The City of Bristol. As it appeared on Sunday night (taken from 6 to 12 o'Clock) 30th Octb.r 1831. When the New Gaol, the Toll Houses, the Bisghops Palace, two sides of Queen Square, including the Mansion House, Custom House, excise Office, Warehouses,, with various othe buildings & other property to the Amount of One Hundred Thousand Pounds Sterling, was totally Destroyed,
From a Sketch Taken from Brandon Hill, by C.H. Walters.
London, John Bysh, 8, Cloth Fair, West Smithfield. [n.d. c.1831.]
Aquatint, very scarce. 290 x 395mm, 11½ x 15¾". Trimmed to plate on three sides, several tears.
[Ref: 27537]   £320.00  
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View of the City of Bristol.
View of the City of Bristol. As it appeared from Pile Hill, during the dreadful riots on the night of Sunday October 30.th 1831, when the New Prison and Two Toll Houses, seen on the left of the Picture, the Bishop’s Palace near the Cathedral in the centre, the Mansion House, Custom House, Excise House, and nearly Fifty Dwelling and Ware-Houses in Queen Square & Streets adjacent occupying the distance beyond Redcliff Church on the right (exclusive of the Bridewell and Lawfords Gate Prisons which do not fall within the limits of the Picture) were plundered & burnt and property to the amount of nearly One Hundred Thousand Pounds sterling totally destroyed.
T.L. Rowbotham del.t Drawn on Stone by L. Haghe.
Published by Daley & Muskett Booksellers Broad St. Bristol and sold by Charles Tilt Fleet St. London & all other Booksellers. ... London. [n.d. c.1831.]
Fine coloured lithograph with large margins. 235 x 310mm (9¼ x 12¼"). Nicks, tears and chip to lower left edge; some text faint.
One of several prints made in the wake of the 1831 Bristol Riots. These were amongst the several manifestations of civil unrest which took place after the House of Lords rejected the second Reform Bill. The Reform Bill aimed to improve 'rotten boroughs' standards and to give Britain's fast growing industrial towns greater representation in the House of Commons. The riots continued for three days during which the palace of Robert Gray the Bishop of Bristol, the Mansion House, and private homes and property were looted and destroyed, along with the demolition of much of the gaol. Work on the Clifton Suspension Bridge was halted and Isambard Kingdom Brunel was sworn in as a special constable.
for other views of the riots see refs. 20072 and 20926
[Ref: 28736]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Brixham Harbour Devon [pencil, lower right.]
Brixham Harbour Devon [pencil, lower right.]
JHWiley [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1920.]
Etching on watermarked laid paper, 200 x 150mm. 8 x 6".
The quayside with fishing boats at Brixham, a picturesque fishing town at the southern end of Torbay on the south Devon coast. By J.H. Wiley.
Guichard: pg.75, Appendix 1 'Minor Etchers'.
[Ref: 13855]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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View in Broad-Street in Oxford.
View in Broad-Street in Oxford.
J. Farington R.A. delt. J. C. Stadler Sculpt.
Pub. June 1, 1793, by J. & J. Boydell, Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, & No. 90, Cheapside.
Sepia aquatint. 320 x 220mm.
From the 'History of the River Thames'.
Abbey: 432.
[Ref: 2398]   £220.00  
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The Brocas
The Brocas
Printed and Published for the Proprietor by Day & Son Lithographers to the Queen, June 1852.
Rare coloured lithograph, printed area 320 x 385mm (12½ x 15¼").
View of Windsor Palace from the Brocas, a meadow on the bank of the Thames which takes its name from the Brocas family, local nobility in the 13th century. A large crowd gathers to watch a rowing race taking place. By Percival Skelton (1849-87), from the series 'A Few Recollections of Eton' (1852).
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 40246]   £320.00  
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A View of the Mouth of a Coal Pit near Broseley, in Shropshire.
A View of the Mouth of a Coal Pit near Broseley, in Shropshire.
Robert [illegible-Pollard?, pinxit] Francis Ches[ham] sculpsit
Published Feb.y 1st 1788 by John & Josiah Boydell, No 90, Cheapside, London.
Engraving, open letter proof; platemark 415 x 550mm (16¼ x 21½") very large margins. Creasing; messy.
Landscape from the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution, combining industrial and pastoral elements.
[Ref: 45136]   £450.00  
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Bryanston in Dorsetshire, The Seat of Henry William Berkeley Portman Esqr.
Bryanston in Dorsetshire, The Seat of Henry William Berkeley Portman Esqr.
J. Laporte delt. J. Emes sculpt.
Published as the Act Directs June 1. 1794.
Copper engraving. Watermarked. Plate 258 x 388mm. 10¼ x 15¼".
Bryanston, in Dorset, as seen here on the River Stour. It was around 1890 that the Sir William Portman built a palatial country house designed by Richard Norman Shaw, as depicted here.
[Ref: 16117]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Bryanstone in Dorsettshire one of the Seats of Henry Portman Esq. 77.
Bryanstone in Dorsettshire one of the Seats of Henry Portman Esq. 77.
L. Knyff Del. I. Kip Sculp.
[n.d. c.1714.]
Engraving. Plate 350 x 482mm. 13¾ x 19". Fold down centre as published.
Bird's eye view of Bryanston House in Dorset; with formal gardens, fountain, boules green, stables and farm buildings; peacocks in one of the yards; a river running past house; fields surrounding. Now a major Public School.
[Ref: 26373]   £260.00  
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Bryanstone in Dorsetshire.
Bryanstone in Dorsetshire.
[After L. Knyff]
[n.d. c.1714.]
Engraving. Plate 130 x 170mm (5 x 6¾"). Collector's stamp of Robert Johannes Meyer verso. Very large margins.
Bird's eye view of Bryanston House in Dorset; with formal gardens, fountain, boules green, stables and farm buildings; peacocks in one of the yards; a river running past house; fields surrounding. This house was demolished in 1778 and replaced by another, which was itself replaced in 1890 by the mansion by Richard Norman Shaw which now houses the major Public School. Reduced version of the large view engraved by Johannes Kip. Previously part of the collection of Hamburg-based book and print collector Robert Johannes Meyer (1882-1976), whose collection focused on northern European printmakers of the 16th-18th centuries.
For Kip's view, see ref. 26373; L.4536
[Ref: 37980]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Bryanston, Chateau de l'Honorable W.m Portman, Ecuyer dans la Province de Dorset.
Bryanston, Chateau de l'Honorable W.m Portman, Ecuyer dans la Province de Dorset.
W. Tomkins pinx. Guyot sculp.
[n.d. c.1780.]
Aquatint with etched outline, very fine, printed in colour. 178 x 190mm. 7 x 7½". Cut.
The palatial country house in Dorset, with the River Stour in the foreground; now the famous public school.
[Ref: 21677]   £350.00   (£420.00 incl.VAT)
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Cottage in the Village of Buckland-in-the-Moor, Devon.
Cottage in the Village of Buckland-in-the-Moor, Devon.
E.A. Martin, delin.
Hackett, lithog. Exeter [c.1830]
Rare lithograph, printed area 190 x 290mm (7½ x 11½"); very large margins. Repaired tear to left margin.
Unusual rural scene with family playing outside a cottage by a stream. On the other side of the stream a man, accompanied by his dog, brings back wood. Buckland-in-the-Moor is a village situated in Dartmoor, in Devon.
Ex: Collection Hon Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 40644]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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