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Ababdeh riding Dromedaries.
Ababdeh riding Dromedaries.
Drawn by E. Prisse Esq.re. On stone by Mouilleron and Lehnert.
James Madden, London. [1851.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 275 x 360mm (10¾ x 14¼").
Three Ababda nomads and their camels, with s smooth-haired saluki. Published in the 'Oriental Album: Characters, Costumes, and Modes of Life, in the Valley of the Nile'. The artist, Achille-Constant-Theodore Emile Prisse d'Avennes (1807-79), was a French orientalism who embraced Islam and took the name Edris-Effendi.
Attabay: 1001; Blackmer 1357.
[Ref: 32081]   £260.00  
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Front Elevation of the Great Temple of Aboosimble. Nubia.
Front Elevation of the Great Temple of Aboosimble. Nubia.
David Roberts. R.A., L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Aug.t 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 325 x 485mm (12¾ x 15").
Rameses II built the Great Temple to honour himself and the gods of the state. The four seated statues of Rameses are about 20 meters in height. At his feet stand the statues of his favourite children. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 40740]   £2,000.00  
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Interior of the Temple of Aboo Simbel.
Interior of the Temple of Aboo Simbel. Nov.r 9th, 1836. Nubia.
David Roberts. R.A.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Aug.t 1st, 1846.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 350 x 495mm (13¾ x 19½").
Abu Simbel, one of Egypt's top tourist attractions, built by Ramesses II in the 13th century BC. This view is of the main hypostyle hall, showing the eight statues of Ramesses dressed as Osiris, half-buried in sand. In 1968 the whole complex was moved to an artificial hill to raise it above the water of the artifical lake created by the Aswan Dam. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 40746]   £1,100.00  
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Interior of the House of the Cachef at Aboubakir.
Interior of the House of the Cachef at Aboubakir.
W. Read Sculp.t
[n.d. c.1780.]
Rare aquatint. 171 x 248mm. 6¾ x 9¾". Creasing.
Inside the house of the District Administrator in Egypt; two British men seated with two Egyptians drinking tea. Frome "History of the Arabs Modern Part of An Universal History, from the Earliest to the Present Time".
[Ref: 23233]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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255. [The Temple of Abu Simbel.]
255. [The Temple of Abu Simbel.]
Religious Tract Society. 66 Paternoster Row and 65 St Paul's Churchyard. [n.d., c.1860.]
Colour lithograph on linen, 980 x 1240mm. A few signs of wear as is usual with these items.
Dramatic view of the front of this famous temple.
Exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum, 1952.
[Ref: 6390]   £2,000.00  
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Abulfauaris.
Abulfauaris.
H. Ramberg, delin. E.G. Kruger, Sculp. 1795.
Etching, 235 x 170mm. 9¼ x 6¾". Some foxing.
A priest clothing naked Africans. A book illustration published in Germany, probably to a work by Christoph Martin Wieland (1733 - 1813), German poet and novelist. One of his essays published in 1795 was titled 'The Confessions of Abulfauaris unprecedented priest of Isis in her temple on Memphis in Lower Egypt.' After Johann Heinrich Ramberg (1763 - 1840).
[Ref: 10705]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Alexandria.
Alexandria.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 390 x 520mm (15¼ x 20½").
European and Turkish warships at anchor in the harbour of Alexandria. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 40729]   £850.00  
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[The Pharos of Alexandria.] Der von dem Ægÿptischen Könige Ptolomæo Philadelpho an der einfuhrt des Alexandririnischen hafens [...]
[The Pharos of Alexandria.] Der von dem Ægÿptischen Könige Ptolomæo Philadelpho an der einfuhrt des Alexandririnischen hafens [...] Le Fameux Phare, que Ptolomée Philadelphe, Roi d'Egypte fît élever a l'entrée du Port de Alexandrie [...]
J: B: F: v: E: del:
[Leipzig, 1725.]
Engraving with very large margins. 305 x 430mm (12 x 17"). Spotting.
The Pharos, the lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, built between BC 280 and 247. The plate was published in Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach's 'Entwürst Einer Historischen Architectur', a study of the architecture of the ancient world. Fischer von Erlach (1656-1723) was a successful Austrian architect: his baroque works include the Schönbrunn Palace, Karlskirche, and the Austrian National Library in Vienna. He also studied ancient architecture, publishing 'A Plan of Civil and Historical Architecture' in 1721, taking on classical influences in his building.
[Ref: 33738]   £420.00  
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Alexandria.
Alexandria.
On Zinc by W.A. Delamotte. Printed by C. Chalot, Skinner St.
[London: Published for the Proprietor by C.Chabot, Skinner Street, 1847.]
Zincograph, rare. Printed area 245 x 295mm (9¾ x 11½"). Edges toned.
A view of Alexandria from the sea. From F. Broughton's 'Views of the Overland Journey to India...', 12 plates issued loose in a wrapper. Abbey comments that the series was "Probably privately produced for distribution to Broughton's (and Delamotte's?) friends'.
Abbey 522.3
[Ref: 30315]   £220.00  
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Hospital der Griechen zu Alexandria.
Hospital der Griechen zu Alexandria.
G. Döbler sc.
[Prague: Bohmanns Erben, 1825.]
Sepia aquatint. Sheet 230 x 325mm (9 x 12¾"). Trimmed within plate.
A view of the Leper Hospital of Alexandria, etched by Jiri (George) Döbler for the scarce Prague edition of 'Voyage dans le Levant' by Louis, Comte de Forbin. Forbin (1779-1841), a painter and antiquarian, succeded Vivant-Denon (head of Bonaparte's 'Savants') as curator of the Musée du Louvre after the restoration of the Bourbon Monarchy. He travelled around the Levant 1817-18, painting and collecting artifacts for French museums. The original French edition was illustrated with lithographs.
[Ref: 30314]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Obelisks at Alexandria, Called Cleopatra's Needles.
The Obelisks at Alexandria, Called Cleopatra's Needles.
L. Meyer del.t.
Published by R. Bowyer, Historic Gallery, Pall Mall, 1802.
Fine hand-coloured aquatint. E & P 1801 watermark. Plate: 290 x 375mm (11½ x 14¾"), with very large margins.
A view of an Ancient Egyptian obelisk at Alexandra. Luigi Mayer (1755-1803), was a Italian-German artist commissioned who travelled extensively through the Ottoman Empire between 1776-1794 as one of the earliest and most important late 18th century European painters of the Ottoman Empire. His 3-volume work, "Views in Egypt, Palestine and Other Parts of the Ottoman Empire", contained 96 aquatints by Thomas Milton.
Abbey Travel 369.
[Ref: 46224]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Part of the New City of Alexandria, with the Light House.
Part of the New City of Alexandria, with the Light House.
L. Meyer del. T. Milton direx.
Published by R. Bowyer, Historic Gallery, Pall Mall, Feb, 1802.
Fine hand-coloured aquatint, E & P 1801 watermark; Plate: 290 x 375mm (11½ x 14¾"), with large margins.
A view of Alexandria with the light house in the distance. Luigi Mayer (1755-1803), was a Italian-German artist commissioned who travelled extensively through the Ottoman Empire between 1776-1794 as one of the earliest and most important late 18th century European painters of the Ottoman Empire. His 3-volume work, "Views in Egypt, Palestine and Other Parts of the Ottoman Empire", contained 96 aquatints by Thomas Milton.
Abbey Travel 369.
[Ref: 46225]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Alexandria.
Alexandria.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
[London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.]
Colour tinted lithograph, printed area 370 x 510mm (14½ x 20"). Trimmed to image and laid on card, as issued for the subscription edition, with touches of original hand colour.
European and Turkish warships at anchor in the harbour of Alexandria. Published in the subscription edition of the monumental folio 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864). lithographed by Louis Haghe. The lithographs of this edition were issued in parts, laid on card to mimic the presentation of watercolours, and were the the only ones to have original hand colour.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 41380]   £520.00  
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Abord de la Ville d'Alexandrette.
Abord de la Ville d'Alexandrette. Costumes des Grades postès sur le rivage de la Mer, Navires abrités dans le golfe.
Dessiné par L. F. Cassas. Comencée par Miger, et Terminée par ***.
[n.d., c.1800.]
Engraving with some etching, small margins. Plate: 295 x 465mm, (11¾ x 18¼"). Foxing. Diagonal crease in upper margin into plate.
View of the shore of Alexandria with portraits of guards posted to watch the ships in the harbour. From 'Voyage pittoresque de la Syrie, de la Phoénicie, de la Palastine, et la Basse Aegypte' 1799-1800. Louis Francois Cassas (was a member of the retinue for the French ambassador to the Ottoman Court. After being commissioned by the ambassador to capture the sites of the Levant, Cassas travelled throughout Syria, Northern Egypt and Palastine between 1784 and 1787.
[Ref: 35420]   £220.00  
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Interview with the Viceroy of Egypt, at his Palace, Alexandria, May 12th 1839.
Interview with the Viceroy of Egypt, at his Palace, Alexandria, May 12th 1839.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 370 x 490mm (14½ x 19¼"). With added colour & crease below title.
Mehmet Ali (1769-1849) meeting with a group of Europeans including the British Consul Major-General Patrick Campbell (17791857), Lieut. Waghorn and Roberts himself. Roberts did not have his pencil, so he reconstructed this scene from memory. Although this was an informal meeting, the Europeans were worried that Mehmet Ali was going to declare independence from the Ottoman Empire. The following year (1840) the British Navy blockaded the Nile Delta, forcing Mehmet Ali to accept a compromise, in which he was given hereditary rule of Egypt as an Ottoman viceroy. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 40994]   £600.00  
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Kambyses te Memphis d'Egiptische Afgoderie bespottende, Dood den Vermaarden Godt Apis; en doed desselfs Feest in een Bloed-Bad eindigen.
Kambyses te Memphis d'Egiptische Afgoderie bespottende, Dood den Vermaarden Godt Apis; en doed desselfs Feest in een Bloed-Bad eindigen.
[Romain de Hooghe.]
[n.d. c.1690.]
Etching. Image 277 x 356mm. 11 x 14". Cut and laid.
The festival of Apis, a a bull deity venerated for his excellent kindness and for his mercy towards all strangers. From a book of views of the Orient.
[Ref: 12958]   £240.00  
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The Exercise of the Arabs managing their Horses and throwing the Lance.
The Exercise of the Arabs managing their Horses and throwing the Lance.
R. Dalton del et sculp.
[London, n.d., c.1780s.]
Copper engraving on laid paper, 280 x 425mm. 11 x 16¾". Good margins.
Four Arab horsemen holding spears. Title in English and French; numbered 'Pl XV' lower right. From a series of prints depicting the customs, manners, costume etc. of Turkey and Egypt, drawn and engraved by Richard Dalton (1715? - 1791). Dalton, who was trained as an artist, went to Rome to pursue his studies, and in 1749 travelled with Roger Kynaston and John Frederick to Naples and Sicily, where they joined a party consisting of James Caulfeild, Earl of Charlemont, Francis Pierpoint Burton, and others. From thence Dalton accompanied Lord Charlemont on his tour to Constantinople/Istanbul, Greece, and Egypt. Dalton managed to obtain the position of librarian to George III. He was subsequently appointed keeper of the pictures and antiquary to his majesty. He was one of the original members of the Incorporated Society of Artists in 1765, and became their treasurer. He was elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1767. 'Antiquities and Views in Greece and Egypt, with the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, from Drawings made on the Spot.' was published in London in 1791 and is all three of Dalton's Tours in one volume. 'Antiquities and Views in Greece and Egypt, with the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, from Drawings made on the Spot.' was published in London in 1791 and is all three of Dalton's Tours in one volume.
DNB.
[Ref: 21956]   £260.00  
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General View of Esouan and the Island of Elephantine.
General View of Esouan and the Island of Elephantine.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July. 1st. 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 330 x 490mm (13 x 19¼").
Aswan, situated at Egypt's first cataract, studded with numerous granite islands. The largest, Elephantine Island has various monuments, and a Nubian settlement. Qubbet el-Hawa was the burial ground of the Old Kingdom noblemen from Elephantine, and their tombs were hewn out of the rock, about halfway up the hill facing the river.
[Ref: 4922]   £900.00  
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Temple of Dakke in Nubia.
Temple of Dakke in Nubia.
Etched by A.Aglio after a Drawing by S.Belzoni.
London, Publsiedh 1820 by John Murray, Albermarle Street.
Coloured etching. 300 x 510mm, 11¾ x 20". Paper watermarked 'HS & S 1819'.
The temple of Ad-Dakka, drawn by Sara Belzoni for her husband Giovanni Battista's book, 'Plates Illustrative of the Researches in Egypt and Nubia, 1820-2. Originally situated about 60 miles south of Aswan, it was moved to a new site away from the flooding caused by the dam built in the 1960s. Belzoni (1778-1824), a one-time circus strongman, stumbled into Egyptology. Engaged by the British consul, Henry Salt, he removed the seven-ton bust of Rameses II from Thebes, sending it to the British Museum in London. Afterwards he cleared the sand from Abu Simbel (1817 - thirty years before the arrival of David Roberts) and opened the second pyramid at Giza.
Abbey Travel 268.
[Ref: 17042]   £260.00  
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Entrance to the Caves of Beni Hassan.
Entrance to the Caves of Beni Hassan.
David Roberts R. A. L. Haghe lith.
[n.d. c, 1840]
Lithograph with letterpress. Framed. Printed area: 300 x 540mm, (12 x 21"). Frame: 520 x 700mm, (20½ x 27½"). Unexamined out of frame.
View of the entrance to the Ancient Egyptian cemetery of Beni Hasan in front of which two goat herds and their flock are resting. Beni Hasan, as the letterpress describes, contained detailed depictions of everyday life in Ancient Egypt.
[Ref: 35080]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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Mourat Bey.
Mourat Bey.
[n.d., c.1800.]
Stipple. Sheet size: 112 x 80mm (4½ x 3¼"). Trimmed inside platemark. Glued to backing sheet.
A bust portrait of Murad Bey Mohammed (c.1750- 1801), full face, bearded, in a hat with turban, and dressed in a plain gown. In an oval. Murad was an Egyptian Mamluk chieftain (Bey), cavalry commander and joint ruler of Egypt with Ibrahim Bey. After the death of his master Muhammad Bey Abu al-Dhahab, Murad Bey was in command of the Mamluk army, whereas Ibrahim Bey was in charge of administrative duties of Egypt. They survived through the persistent Ottoman attempts at overthrowing the Mamluk regime and civil strifes. They served as kaymakams (acting governors) in Egypt on occasion, although they effectively held power for decades, even over the appointed Ottoman governor of Egypt.
[Ref: 34389]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Cairo looking West.
Cairo looking West.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Decr. 1st 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 340 x 530mm.
The Pyramids in the distance mark the limits of the city and the start of the Desert.
[Ref: 4937]   £980.00  
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View of a Palace of Shereef Bey.
View of a Palace of Shereef Bey.
On Stone by J.C. Bourne from a Drawing by Owen B. Carter Archt.
Printed by C. Hullmandel [1840].
Hand coloured lithograph, image 250 x 375mm. 9¾ x 14¾".
Groups of camels and their handlers on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. Plate 10 to Robert Hay's 'Views in Kairo' 1840.
Abbey Travel: 270, 10.
[Ref: 9776]   £190.00  
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[Cairo.]
[Cairo.]
C.Werner f. 1873.
[London, Hildesheimer & Faulkner, 1875.]
Chromolithograph. Trimmed to image, laid on board, as issued, Image 270 x 385mm, 10¾ x 15¼". Board damaged, some spotting.
A scarce view of Cairo, lithographed by Gustave W. Seitz for 'Carl Werner's Nile Sketches', 1875. Carl Friedrich Heinrich Werner (1808-94), a German watercolourist, traveled through Spain in 1856-7 and visited Egypt and the Holy Land in 1862-4 (publishing his book 'Jerusalem, Bethlehem and the Holy Places' in 1865). He was one of the few non-Muslims able to gain access to paint the interior of the Dome of the Rock.
[Ref: 26409]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Women of different distinctions, as they appear in the streets of Cairo.
Women of different distinctions, as they appear in the streets of Cairo.
R. Dalton delt et fecit.
[London, n.d., c.1780s.]
Copper engraving on laid paper, 230 x 320mm. 9 x 12½". Untrimmed folio sheet.
A high-status Egyptian woman and child on a horse led by a man through the Cairo streets; two other women observe to right. Title in English and French; numbered 'Pl XII' lower right. From a series of prints depicting the customs, manners, costume etc. of Turkey and Egypt, drawn and engraved by Richard Dalton (1715? - 1791). Dalton, who was trained as an artist, went to Rome to pursue his studies, and in 1749 travelled with Roger Kynaston and John Frederick to Naples and Sicily, where they joined a party consisting of James Caulfeild, Earl of Charlemont, Francis Pierpoint Burton, and others. From thence Dalton accompanied Lord Charlemont on his tour to Constantinople/Istanbul, Greece, and Egypt. Dalton managed to obtain the position of librarian to George III. He was subsequently appointed keeper of the pictures and antiquary to his majesty. He was one of the original members of the Incorporated Society of Artists in 1765, and became their treasurer. He was elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1767. 'Antiquities and Views in Greece and Egypt, with the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, from Drawings made on the Spot.' was published in London in 1791 and is all three of Dalton's Tours in one volume.
DNB.
[Ref: 21953]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Perspective du Bourg Deir Etün, à une demi-lieüe au delà du Vieux Caire.
Perspective du Bourg Deir Etün, à une demi-lieüe au delà du Vieux Caire.
[Etched by Carl Marcus Tuscher after Frederick Ludvig Norden.]
[Copenhagen, 1755.]
Coloured etching. 225 x 415mm, 9 x 16¼".
A view of a town near Cairo from Frederik Ludvig Ludvig Norden's 'Voyage d'Égypte et de Nubie'. Norden, a Danish captain, travelled down the Nile through Egypt to Sudan in 1737-8; his account was published over a decade after his death with engravings taken from his drawings made on his tour.
[Ref: 23670]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The manner of the Beys parading through the Streets of Cairo, in going to the Castle to hold their Council.
The manner of the Beys parading through the Streets of Cairo, in going to the Castle to hold their Council.
R. Dalton delt. et fect.
[London, n.d., c.1780s.]
Copper engraving on laid paper, 320 x 440mm. 12½ x 17¼". Good margins.
A procession of Ottoman councillors through the streets of Cairo, Egypt; some mounted on horseback. Title in English and French; numbered 'Pl XVII' lower right. From a series of prints depicting the customs, manners, costume etc. of Turkey and Egypt, drawn and engraved by Richard Dalton (1715? - 1791). Dalton, who was trained as an artist, went to Rome to pursue his studies, and in 1749 travelled with Roger Kynaston and John Frederick to Naples and Sicily, where they joined a party consisting of James Caulfeild, Earl of Charlemont, Francis Pierpoint Burton, and others. From thence Dalton accompanied Lord Charlemont on his tour to Constantinople/Istanbul, Greece, and Egypt. Dalton managed to obtain the position of librarian to George III. He was subsequently appointed keeper of the pictures and antiquary to his majesty. He was one of the original members of the Incorporated Society of Artists in 1765, and became their treasurer. He was elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1767. 'Antiquities and Views in Greece and Egypt, with the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, from Drawings made on the Spot.' was published in London in 1791 and is all three of Dalton's Tours in one volume.
DNB.
[Ref: 21958]   £260.00  
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The Aquaduct of Cairo and part of Masr-el-Atee Kah from the Island of Er-Rodah.
The Aquaduct of Cairo and part of Masr-el-Atee Kah from the Island of Er-Rodah.
On stone by J.C. Bourne from a Drawing by Rob.t Hay Esq.r
Printed by C. Hullmandel. [1840.]
Tinted lithograph. 388 x 565mm. 15¼ x 22¼".
A view of the Cairo aqueduct which extends from the banks of the Nile in the area of Fum al-Khalij, to Sayyida Aisha Square close to the Citadel of Salah al-Din. Plate to Robert Hay's 'Views in Kairo [sic]' (1840), published a few years before David Roberts' lithographs of many of the same locations.
Abbey: 270.2
[Ref: 26990]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cairo] Vue de la Ville du Grand Caire et Ses Environs.
[Cairo] Vue de la Ville du Grand Caire et Ses Environs.
[Amsterdam, Henri Abraham Chatelain, c.1710.]
Engraving. 380 x 440mm (15 x 17¼") very large margins. Fold in centre as normal.
Five views of Cairo, with engraved text in French. From Chatelain's seven-volume 'Atlas Historique', published between 1705 and 1720.
[Ref: 44585]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Grand Cairo; - the Metropolis of Africa.
Grand Cairo; - the Metropolis of Africa.
Published 12 Nov.r 1810 by Rob.t Laurie and Ja.s Whittle, 53, Fleet Street, London.
Coloured engraving, rare. 295 x 440mm, 11½ x 17¼". Trimmed to plate on right, very minor soiling in sky.
A view looking across Cairo to the Nile and the Pyramids of Giza. The original hand colour is particularly fine.
[Ref: 20703]   £490.00  

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Bazaar of the Coppersmiths, Cairo.
Bazaar of the Coppersmiths, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 485 x 325mm (19 x 12¾").
A market within the Qalawan Complex of old Cairo. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 40734]   £1,150.00  
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Bazaar of the Coppersmiths, Cairo.
Bazaar of the Coppersmiths, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 485 x 325mm (19 x 12¾").
A market within the Qalawan Complex of old Cairo. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 41002]   £1,250.00  
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The Citadel of Cairo, Residence of Mehemet Ali.
The Citadel of Cairo, Residence of Mehemet Ali.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July 2nd, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 345 x 485mm (13½ x 19"). Slight mount stain.
A prospect of Caro's Citadel, as rebuilt by Muhammed Ali Pascha (1769-1849). A pilgrim's caravan is shown leaving for Mecca.
[Ref: 34908]   £750.00  
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The Citadel of Cairo, Residence of Mehemet Ali.
The Citadel of Cairo, Residence of Mehemet Ali.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July 2nd, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 345 x 485mm (13½ x 19").
A prospect of Caro's Citadel, as rebuilt by Muhammed Ali Pascha (1769-1849). A pilgrim's caravan is shown leaving for Mecca. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
Abbey Travel 272.
[Ref: 41010]   £1,000.00  
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The Citadel of Cairo, Residence of Mehemet Ali.
The Citadel of Cairo, Residence of Mehemet Ali.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July 2nd, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 345 x 485mm (13½ x 19").
A prospect of Caro's Citadel, as rebuilt by Muhammed Ali Pascha (1769-1849). A pilgrim's caravan is shown leaving for Mecca. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
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The Entrance to the Citadel of Cairo.
The Entrance to the Citadel of Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July 2nd, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 350 x 485mm (13¾ x 19"). Slight mount stain.
The Saladin Citadel, on the Moqattam Hill, originally fortified against the Crusaders. Before the walls pilgrims gather to join a caravan for Mecca.
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The Entrance to the Citadel of Cairo.
The Entrance to the Citadel of Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July 2nd, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 350 x 485mm (13¾ x 19").
The Saladin Citadel, on the Moqattam Hill, originally fortified against the Crusaders. Before the walls pilgrims gather to join a caravan for Mecca. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
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Cairo from the Gate of Citzenib. Looking towards the Desert of Suez.
Cairo from the Gate of Citzenib. Looking towards the Desert of Suez.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Jany. 1st. 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 330 x 490mm (13 x 19¼").
The eastward view of Ciaro shows the Mosque of Sultan Hassan on the left and the Citadel on the right. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
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Minarets and Grand Entrance of the Metwaleys. At Cairo.
Minarets and Grand Entrance of the Metwaleys. At Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 510 x 325mm (20 x 12¾"). Slight mount stain.
The 'Bab Zuwailah' gate, also known as 'Bawabbat al-Mitwali'. The towers, built for observation, today provide the best views of the old city. Roberts mistakenly also gave the 'Metwaleys' name to as nearby mosque, that of Sultan al-Muayyad.
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Minarets and Grand Entrance of the Metwaleys. At Cairo.
Minarets and Grand Entrance of the Metwaleys. At Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 510 x 325mm (20 x 12¾").
The 'Bab Zuwailah' gate, also known as 'Bawabbat al-Mitwali'. The towers, built for observation, today provide the best views of the old city. Roberts mistakenly also gave the 'Metwaleys' name to as nearby mosque, that of Sultan al-Muayyad. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
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Interior of the Mosque of the Metwalys.
Interior of the Mosque of the Metwalys.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, July 2nd, 1849.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 530 x 350mm (20¾ x 13¾"). Slight mount stain.
The Mosque of Sultan Al-Muayyad, a musician and poet, built 1412-21. The 'Madrasa-Khanka' [monastery] of this religious complex was dedicated to Sufis only. The 'Dikka' of decorated wood and ivory, the slender marble columns and the gilded ceilings give a hypostyle plan to the congregational Mosque. The name Roberts gives, 'Metwalyes', refers to the nearby gate 'Bawabbat al-Mitwali', better known as Bab Zuwailah.
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Modern Mansion, Showing the Arabesque Architecture of Cairo.
Modern Mansion, Showing the Arabesque Architecture of Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, August 1st, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 520 x 355mm.
A group of Arabs before a doorway, above which is a mashrabiya, a wooden versandah.
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Modern Mansion, Showing the Arabesque Architecture of Cairo.
Modern Mansion, Showing the Arabesque Architecture of Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, August 1st, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 500 x 350mm (19¾ x 13¾").
A richly-decorated entrance with a mashrabiya, a wooden verandah jutting out over the street, published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
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Modern Mansion, Showing the Arabesque Architecture of Cairo.
Modern Mansion, Showing the Arabesque Architecture of Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, August 1st, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 500 x 350mm (19¾ x 13¾").
A richly-decorated entrance with a mashrabiya, a wooden verandah jutting out over the street, published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
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Mosque El Mooristan, Cairo.
Mosque El Mooristan, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. [Lithographed by Louis Haghe.]
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Jan.y 1st 1849.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 530 x 325mm (20¾ x 12¾").
The Mosque of Sultan Qalawan, part of the complex built in 1284 that included Mamluk Sultan Qalawun's maristan ('hospital'), the mosque, a madrassa ('school'), and the sultan's own tomb. The madrassa of Qalawun was built with stone cannibalized from the pyramid and included a public library.
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Mosque El Mooristan, Cairo.
Mosque El Mooristan, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Jan.y 1st 1849.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 530 x 325mm (20¾ x 12¾").
The Mosque of Sultan Qalawan, part of the complex built in 1284 that included Mamluk Sultan Qalawun's maristan ('hospital'), the mosque, a madrassa ('school'), and the sultan's own tomb. The madrassa of Qalawun was built with stone cannibalized from the pyramid and included a public library. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition
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Mosque El Mooristan, Cairo.
Mosque El Mooristan, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Jan.y 1st 1849.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 530 x 325mm (20¾ x 12¾").
The Mosque of Sultan Qalawan, part of the complex built in 1284 that included Mamluk Sultan Qalawun's maristan ('hospital'), the mosque, a madrassa ('school'), and the sultan's own tomb. The madrassa of Qalawun was built with stone cannibalized from the pyramid and included a public library. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
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The Mosque of Sultan Hassan, Cairo.
The Mosque of Sultan Hassan, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 365 x 510mm (14½ x 20").
The Sahn or court of the Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan, near the Citadel in Cairo, begun in AD 1356 and finished three years later. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe. This example comes from the library of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen (1815-81), 3rd Baronet of Redenham, an amateur artist listed as a subscriber to this work. However this is not a hand-coloured subscription plate but is still an early printing, one issued in wrappered parts prior to the bound First Edition.
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Mosque of Sultan Hassan, From the Great Square of the Rameyleh.
Mosque of Sultan Hassan, From the Great Square of the Rameyleh.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Septr. 1st, 1849.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 330 x 485mm.
The Mosque is considered one of the greatest works of Islamic art. The main minaret is the tallest of old Cairo with the Dome of the Sultan's Mauseleum dating from the 18th century.
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The Mosque of Sultan Hassan, Cairo.
The Mosque of Sultan Hassan, Cairo.
David Roberts. R.A. L. Haghe Lith.
London, Published F. G. Moon, 20 Threadneedle Street, Dec.r 1st, 1848.
Tinted lithograph, printed area 365 x 510mm (14½ x 20").
The Sahn or court of the Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan, near the Citadel in Cairo, begun in AD 1356 and finished three years later. Published in the monumental folio edition of 'Egypt & Nubia: from drawings made on the spot' by David Roberts (1796 - 1864), lithographed by Louis Haghe.
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