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Serenissima Anna G.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIIIo die Aprilis Anno 1702.
Serenissima Anna G.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIIIo die Aprilis Anno 1702.
G. Kneller Eques pinx.
I. Smith fc. et ex. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. Plate: 200 x 150mm (8 x 6"). Thread margins.
A half-length portrait of Queen Anne (1665-1712) set in an oval facing left.
CS: 9. See 45539 for another version.
[Ref: 45542]   £250.00  
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Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Adelaide.
Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Adelaide. [Presented, GRATIS, on the First of August, 1830, to the Purchasers of the Intelligence Sunday Newspaper, by the Proprietors.] - slip stuck on top as issued.
Printed by C. Hullmandel. [n.d. c.1840.]
A rare lithograph. 304 x 246mm. 12 x 9¾". Some scuffing to the image.
Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849) was the queen consort of the United Kingdom and of Hanover as spouse of William IV of the United Kingdom. The Australian city of Adelaide is named after her.
[Ref: 14573]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, William IV, King of Great Britain and Ireland, This Portrait of His Royal and August Consort Queen Adelaide,
To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, William IV, King of Great Britain and Ireland, This Portrait of His Royal and August Consort Queen Adelaide, is by permission humbly dedicated by His Majesty's most devoted Subject and Servant, William Sams.
Painted by Sir William Beechey, R.A. Principal Portrait Painter in Ordinary to Their Majesties. Engraved by Thomas Lupton, 4 Leigh Street, Burton Crescent.
London. Published by William Sams, Royal Library, 1 st James's Street, May 1, 1834.
Mezzotint. 390 x 310mm, 15½ x 12¼". Creased at bottom corner, edges worn.
Queen Adelaide (1792-1849), queen consort of William IV, the last Hanovarian king of the United Kingdom, who gave her name to the Australian city.
[Ref: 23119]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, This Portrait of Her Royal Consort, Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha, Duke of Saxony, &c.&c.
To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, This Portrait of Her Royal Consort, Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha, Duke of Saxony, &c.&c.
Painted by F. Hanfstaengl, of Gotha. M & N Hanhart, Lith. Printers. Drawn on Stone by J.H. Lynch, 50, Upper Seymour St Euston Sqe.
London, Published March 30th. 1840, by James Budd & Co. 29, Southampton St. Strand...
Lithograph on india paper, rare, india 350 x 265mm. 13¾ x 10½". Good image.
Attractive portrait of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1819 - 1861), who married Queen Victoria on 10 February 1840. In military uniform. As consort he first felt constrained by his position within the Royal Household, however over time he became more involved in public affairs, such as educational reform and the abolition of slavery. He also took the responsibility of running the Queen's household, estates and office. He was similarly heavily involved with the organisation of the Great Exhibition of 1851.
[Ref: 24064]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Albert Chancellor of an University.
Albert Chancellor of an University.
[Engraved by Charles Henry Jeens.]
[n.d. c.1847.]
Engraving. Plate 197 x 197mm. 7¾ x 7¾".
Prince Albert of Saxe-Cobourg and Gotha (1819-1861), husband of Queen Victoria and Prince Consort of the United Kingdom. In 1847 he was elected Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. He used this position to campaign successfully for reformed and more modern university curricula, expanding the subjects taught beyond the traditional mathematics and classics, to include modern history and the natural sciences.
[Ref: 17442]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg, Gotha.
Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg, Gotha.
[n.d. c.1845.]
Lithograph on chine collé, rare. 299 x 241mm (11¾ x 9½"). Foxing to upper part of image
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1819-1861), Prince Consort of Victoria, having married her in 1840. He was heavily involved with the organisation of the Great Exhibition of 1851.
Provenance: Elizabeth Anne Hippisley of Ston Easton.
[Ref: 29442]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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England's Hope.
England's Hope.
J. C. Wilson Lith 1845.
Clerk & Co. lith, 202, High Holborn.
Fine hand-coloured lithograph. Sheet: 240 x 300mm (9½ x 12"). Some slight foxing..
A portrait of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (1841-1910), eldest son and second child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and future King Edward VII. The prince is mounted on a pony along which runs a greyhound, two footmen follow behind. For a lithograph by the same artist of Princess Victoria, Princess Royal see ref: 35107
[Ref: 35108]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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His Royal Highness Prince Alfred.
His Royal Highness Prince Alfred. Born Sept.r 1780 Died Aug.t 1782.
Gainsborough del. M.A. Bourlier Sc.
London, Published by E. Harding May 19, 1806.
Stipple. Plate 279 x 215mm. 11 x 8½".
The Prince Alfred (1780-1782) was the ninth son of George III and Queen Charlotte. He was inoculated against smallpox in 1782 but the sickness proved too much for the baby and in August 1782 the doctors declared that he had two weeks to live.
[Ref: 22663]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Alfred Le Grand, Roy Anglos-Saxon.  Tire en partie de Joseph Strutt, T.Lein 4o.
Alfred Le Grand, Roy Anglos-Saxon. Tire en partie de Joseph Strutt, T.Lein 4o.
Touze d. Feine Duflos Sc.
A Paris chez Duflos le Jeune. [n.d. c.1787]
Engraving with hand colour. 276 x 166mm.
Strong contemporary colour in gold leaf line surround. ['A.D.P.R.' (Avec Privilege Du Roi) inscribed lower right].
[Ref: 1931]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[H.R.H. Princess Alice with Eos.]
[H.R.H. Princess Alice with Eos.]
[Engraved by Thomas Landseer, A.R.A., 1875.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published Dec.r 21.st 1875 by Henry Graves & Co, the Proprietors Publishers to H.M. the Queen &, T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales, 6 Pall Mall, Copyright Registered. [Published by Henry Graves & Co. Printsellers and Publishers to Her Majesty the Queen and T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Pall Mall, London. Sold by D. Woodcock & Co., 17, Farringdon Street, London.]
Mixed method engraving, proof before letters on india. Printseller's Association Stamp. Artist Proof Edition, Limited to One Hundred Copies. Plate 355 x 413mm. 14 x 16¼". Uncut. Foxing off image.
Princess Alice, Queen Victoria's third child, with Eos, a favourite greyhound, the property of H.R.H. Prince Albert. From "Her Majesty's Pets being a Collection of Twenty Steel-Place Engravings from Paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. By Special Permission of, and Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen".
Ex Collection of Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 23027]   £360.00  
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Her Royal Highness Princess Amelia.
Her Royal Highness Princess Amelia.
S.r W.m. Beechey del. Cheesman Scu.
London Published by E. Harding 19 May 1806.
Stipple. Plate 272 x 222mm. 10¾ x 8¾".
Princess Amelia (1783-1810) was the youngest of George III and Queen Charlotte's fifteen children and died of tuberculosis at a young age.
[Ref: 22683]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Her Highness Princess Ann.
Her Highness Princess Ann.
G. Kneller Baronet.s pinx.
Sold By I. Smith at the Lyon & Crown in Russel Street Covent Garden.
Mezzotint, fine. Plate: 200 x 145mm (8 x 5¾"). Thread margins.
A portrait of George II's daughter Ann (1709-1759) who married William IV of Orange in 1734.
CS: 12 I of II.
[Ref: 45535]   £280.00  
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Her Royal Highness the Princess Ann of Denmark.
W Wissing and I Vandervaart. Pinxit. I. Smith fect.
Cum Privilegio Regis. Sold by E. Cooper at ye 3 Pidgeons in Beford Street. [n.d. c.1680.]
Mezzotint. x 420 x 255mm. 16½ x 10".
Portrait of Queen Anne as princess, standing, wearing pearl earrings and a loose ermine-lined dress; pedestal on the left with a vase of flowers, and a dog at its base; curtain and column in the background with buildings seen in the distance through a window. Queen Anne (1665-1714) was the daughter of James II and Anne Hyde, and in 1683 she married George Prince of Denmark. In 1702 she succeeded William III as her eldest sister Mary II died in 1694.
CS: 10.
[Ref: 23900]   £240.00  
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The Great Seal of Queen Ann
The Great Seal of Queen Ann
J. Mynde sc. [c.1730]
Engraving, platemark 325 x 200mm (12¾ x 8").
The seal of Queen Anne (1665-1714), who ascended the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland in 1702. She favoured moderate Tory politicians, who shared her Anglican religious views over their opponents, the Whigs. The Whigs however grew more powerful during the course of the War of the Spanish Succession, until in 1710 Anne dismissed many of them from office. Despite many pregnancies, Anne died without surviving children and was the last monarch of the House of Stuart.
[Ref: 43081]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Anne, Reine de la Grande Bretagne. d'apres Lens.
Anne, Reine de la Grande Bretagne. d'apres Lens.
Touze d. Fiem. Duflos sc.
A Paris chez Duflos le Jeune. [n.d. c.1787]
Engraving with hand colour. 274 x 162mm.
Strong contemporary colour in gold leaf line surround. ['A.D.P.R.' (Avec Privilege Du Roi) inscribed lower right].
[Ref: 1937]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Anna D.G. Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ et Hibern_ Regina.
Anna D.G. Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ et Hibern_ Regina.
G.Kneller S.R.I. et Angl. Eq. aur. pin[...]
E.C. Heiss excudit aug. Vind. [n.d., c.1710].
Mezzotint. 320 x 220mm. Two tears in margin.
Queen Anne, 1665-1714. Engraved by Elias-Christoph Heiss (1660-1731).
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 3589]   £260.00  
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Anna Stuarta, Magnæ Britanniæ Regina; Religionis veræ Clypeus.
Anna Stuarta, Magnæ Britanniæ Regina; Religionis veræ Clypeus. Famam extendere factus Hoc virtutis opus.
P.Schenck fec: Amst: cum privil: 1705.
Mezzotint. 275 x 190mm.
Queen Anne (1665-1714) was the first sovereign of the Kingdom of Great Britain, created by the Acts of Union, 1707.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 5414]   £260.00  
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Regina Anna D.G. Angliae Scotiae Franciae et Hibern.
Regina Anna D.G. Angliae Scotiae Franciae et Hibern. [Around the arms:] Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense.
G. Kneller. S.R.I. et Angl. Eq: Aur: pin.
E.C. Heiss excudit Aug. Vind.
Fine mezzotint and etching, laid on album page. 318 x 210mm. 12½ x 8¼". Trimmd to plate with large false margins applied.
Queen Anne (1665-1714) ascended the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland in 1702. She favoured moderate Tory politicians, who shared her Anglican religious views over their opponents, the Whigs. The Whigs however grew more powerful during the course of the War of the Spanish Succession, until in 1710 Anne dismissed many of them from office. Despite many pregnancies, Anne died without surviving children and was the last monarch of the House of Stuart.
[Ref: 23981]   £220.00  
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[Allegorical frontispiece with a portrait of Queen Anne.]
[Allegorical frontispiece with a portrait of Queen Anne.]
M. Pool scu [after Samuel Wale].
[n.d., c.1720.]
Engraving. Sheet 290 x 180mm (11½ x 7"). Trimmed to printed border and around engraver's name, laid on album paper at edges.
Mercury and a cherub hold up a medallion portrait of Queen Anne, watched by the Muse of History and Time. Another cherub holds up a map of the British Isles, in a reference to the Act of Union of 1707.
See BM 1858,0417.250 for a state with a younger-looking queen.
[Ref: 42128]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Serenissima et Potentissima Anna D.G. Angliae Scotiae Franciae et Hiberniae Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
Serenissima et Potentissima Anna D.G. Angliae Scotiae Franciae et Hiberniae Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
G. Kneller S.R. Imp. et Angl. Eques aur. pinx. I. Smith fec.
Sold by I. Smith at ye Lyon & Crown in Russel street Covent Garden. [n.d. c.1740.]
Mezzotint with large margins. Plate 343 x 248mm. 13½ x 9¾".
Queen Anne (1665-1714) was the second daughter of James II and she married Prince George of Denmark in 1683. She was intimate and dependent on Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, whose husband, the Duke, controlled the war against France. However, in 1711, she dismissed the Marlboroughs, largely because of her sympathy with Tory opposition to the Duke's conduct of the war. The most important constitutional landmark of her reign was the Act of Union with Scotland in 1707.
CS: 1, ii/iii.
[Ref: 24340]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Serenissima Anna D.G: Angl. Scot. Fran. Et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIIIo duer Aprilis Anno. 1702. [&] His Royal Highness George Prince of Denmark.
Serenissima Anna D.G: Angl. Scot. Fran. Et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIIIo duer Aprilis Anno. 1702. [&] His Royal Highness George Prince of Denmark.
t'Amsterdam by I: Temmen ye 1 Novembr. 1703.
Pair of engravings with etching, very scarce. 158 x 120mm (6¼ x 4¾"). Trimmed, small nicks to edges.
Portraits of Queen Anne (1665-1714) and her consort, George, Prince of Denmark (1653-1708), second son of Frederick III. The circular frames are composed entirely of lettering praising their characters. Closer inspection of his crown, robes and staff reveals further strings of lettering on the same themes.
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The Effigies of the Lady Anna,
The Effigies of the Lady Anna, who was borne ye 17th of March, 1636, baptised ye 30th of ye same month, in the yeare of our Lord god, 1637.
[n.d., c.1640. bit later]
Etching. Sheet 110 x 70mm (4¼ x 2¾"). Trimmed within plate, mounted on album paper.
Full-length portrait of Princess Anne Stuart (1637-40), standing, holding a flower; curtain in background at top right. The seventh child and third daughter of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, Anne died of tuberculosis at Richmond Palace, aged three.
[Ref: 41248]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Serenissima et Potentissima Anna D.G. Angliæ Scotiæ Franciæ et Hiberniæ Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
Serenissima et Potentissima Anna D.G. Angliæ Scotiæ Franciæ et Hiberniæ Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
G. Kneller S.R. Imp. et Angl. Eques. Aur. pinx. I. Smith fec.
Sold by I. Smith at ye Lyon & Crown in Russel-street Covent-Garden. [n.d. c.1740.]
Fine mezzotint, with small margins. 340 x 250mm (13¼ x 9¾"). Mounted in album paper.
Portrait of Queen Anne 1665-1714), half-length in an oval, wearing small crown, pearl necklace, ermine-lined robes with jewels, with the 'Great George' of the Order of the Garter. In 1707 Anne signed the Act of Union, creating the Kingdom of Great Britain; here England and Scotland are still separate kingdoms.
CS: 7, state ii of iii. Ex: Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
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Serenissima Anna D.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
Serenissima Anna D.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
G. Kneller Eques pinx. I. Smith fe. et ex.
[n.d. c.1740.]
Mezzotint, mounted on album paper (Whatman 1804). 205 x 150mm (9¾ x 6").
Half-length portrait of Queen Anne (1665-1714), in an oval, wearing the 'Great George' of the Order of the Garter. The second daughter of James II and successor to William III, the most important constitutional landmark of her reign was the Act of Union with Scotland in 1707, creating the Great Britain of the title.
CS: 6, state i of ii.. Ex Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 34363]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Serenissima Anna D.G. Angl. Scot. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
Serenissima Anna D.G. Angl. Scot. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIII.o die Aprilis Anno 1702.
G. Kneller Eques pinx. I. Smith fe. et ex.
[n.d. c.1740.]
Mezzotint. Sheet 205 x 145mm (9¾ x 5¾"). Trimed to plate mark, mounted on album paper.
Half-length portrait of Queen Anne (1665-1714), in an oval, wearing a crown and the 'Great George' of the Order of the Garter. The second daughter of James II and successor to William III, the most important constitutional landmark of her reign was the Act of Union with Scotland in 1707. The title here lists England and Scotland as separate kingdoms.
CS: 8, state i of ii. Ex Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
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Anna D.G. Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae et Hiberniae Regina.
Anna D.G. Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae et Hiberniae Regina.
G. Kneller S.R. Imp. et Angl. Eques. Aur. pinx. Petrus a Gunst sculps et excudit tot Amsterdam, op de binnen Amstel, op de hoek van de Kyfen graft [c.1700]
Rare engraving, sheet 355 x 270mm (14 x 10½"). Trimmed inside platemark and glued to backing sheet.
Portrait of Queen Anne (1665-1714), half-length in an oval, wearing small crown, pearl necklace, ermine-lined robes with jewels. In 1707 Anne signed the Act of Union, creating the Kingdom of Great Britain; here England and Scotland are still separate kingdoms. Her support of the union contributed significantly to its acceptance by both kingdoms, while her staunch support of the duke of Marlborough in the face of opposition made it possible for him to use his skills to re-establish the balance of power in Europe. Engraved and published after Kneller's portrait, by the Amsterdam-based printmaker Pieter van Gunst.
Not in O'D.
[Ref: 39750]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Queen Anne]
[Queen Anne] Anna de Zeitregirent Königin in Engeland, Schottland, Franckreich und Irrand.
J.L. Höning scul. et excudit Norimb.
[c.1705]
Rare engraving, platemark 310 x 225mm (12¼ x 8¾") large margins. Crease through centre not visible from front.
Anne, queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1665-1714). Anne's twelve year reign proved a watershed between the violence of the seventeenth century and the stability and prosperity of the eighteenth century, which owed much to her personally. In 1707 she signed the Act of Union, uniting England and Scotland to create the Kingdom of Great Britain; Anne's fervent support for the Union contributed significantly to its acceptance by both kingdoms. Meanwhile, her staunch support of the duke of Marlborough in the face of opposition made it possible for him to use his skills to re-establish the balance of power in Europe. During Anne's reign neither political party triumphed; the final victory of the whigs came only after her death, with the reign of George I (whose Hanoverian succession Anne supported). Rare engraving by the Nuremburg printmaker and publisher Johann Lorenz Höning (1700-170, fl.).
[Ref: 40568]   £290.00  
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Her Highness the Lady Ann.
Her Highness the Lady Ann.
P. Lely pinxit.
R.Tompson excudit. [n.d. c.1680.]
Rare mezzotint, 18th century watermark. 330 x 250mm (13 x 9¾"). Tear in right margin.
Portrait of the future Queen Anne, three-quarter length, sitting, hair in curls, low dress with short sleeves, holding flowers.
CS: 1.
[Ref: 40631]   £240.00  
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[Queen Anne]
[Queen Anne] Anne par la grace de Dieu Reine de la Grande Bretagne &c.
T. Gole fec: et exc: cum Privil ord: Holland &c.
Mezzotint, very fine; sheet 245 x 185mm (9¾ x 7¼"). Trimmed; tipped into album sheet.
Anne, queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1665-1714). Anne's twelve year reign proved a watershed between the violence of the seventeenth century and the stability and prosperity of the eighteenth century, which owed much to her personally. In 1707 she signed the Act of Union, uniting England and Scotland to create the Kingdom of Great Britain; Anne's fervent support for the Union contributed significantly to its acceptance by both kingdoms. Meanwhile, her staunch support of the duke of Marlborough in the face of opposition made it possible for him to use his skills to re-establish the balance of power in Europe. During Anne's reign neither political party triumphed; the final victory of the Whigs came only after her death, with the reign of George I (whose Hanoverian succession Anne supported).
CS: Not in.
[Ref: 42893]   £360.00  
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The Royall Princess Ann
The Royall Princess Ann Married With Prince George of Denemarck
[Anon., c.1690]
att Amsterdam by Nicolaus Visscher with Privilidge of ye High and Mighty States Generall.
Engraving, fine; sheet 365 x 260mm (14¼ x 10¼"). Trimmed; tipped into album sheet, slight nicks left edge.
Queen Anne (1665-1714), second daughter of James II, while a princess. In 1683 she married Prince George of Denmark, an alliance encouraged by Louis XIV, who wished to see the naval powers of England and Denmark united against the Dutch. As queen, Anne was intimate and dependent on Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, whose husband, the Duke, controlled the war against France. However, in 1711, she dismissed the Marlboroughs, largely because of her sympathy with Tory opposition to the Duke's conduct of the war. The most important constitutional landmark of her reign was the Act of Union with Scotland in 1707.
[Ref: 42898]   £290.00  
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[Queen Anne.]
[Queen Anne.] Semper Eadem.
M. v. d.r Gucht sculp. [after Sir Godfrey Kneller.]
[n.d., c.1725.]
Engraving. Sheet 240 x 275mm (9½ x 10¾"). Trimmed, laid on album sheet. Some loss on edges.
Half-length portrait of Queen Anne (1665-1714), within an oval border, wearing small crown, earrings and necklace, chain and George, with an added sash with 'Semper Eadem'. This is not the usual portrait engraved by Michael van der Gucht after Kneller, used in Kennett's 'History of England' (1706); this version, with no coat of arms and a swag held aloft by cherubs, we have been unable to trace.
[Ref: 42975]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Serenissima Anna G.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIIIo die Aprilis Anno 1702.
Serenissima Anna G.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hiber. Regina &c. Inaugurata XXIIIo die Aprilis Anno 1702.
G. Kneller Eques pinx.
I. Smith fc. et ex. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. Plate: 200 x 150mm (8 x 6"). Thread margins.
A half-length portrait of Queen Anne (1665-1712) set in an oval.
CS: 9. See 45542 for another version.
[Ref: 45539]   £250.00  
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[Anne of Cleves]
[Anne of Cleves] Anna Clivensis Henrici VIII Regis Angliae Uxor IIII
HHolbein pinxit Wenceslaus Hollar fecit Aqua forti, ex Collectionae Arundeliana, Ao 1648
Etching, sheet 260 x 185mm (10¼ x 7¼"). Trimmed and glued to backing sheet with decorative border. Fine impression.
Anne of Cleves (1515-1557), fourth wife of Henry VIII of England and Queen of England from 6 January 1540 to 9 July 1540. The marriage was never consummated, and she was not crowned queen consort. When her health began to fail, Anne was allowed by Mary I to live at Chelsea Old Manor, and later died on 16 July 1557 (making her the last of Henry VIII's wives to die). Etched by Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77) after the portrait by Holbein, now in the Louvre but at the time (1648) in the collection of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel, who Hollar had known since 1636. In 1644 Hollar had moved to Antwerp due to the political climate in England. Lord Arundel was also in Antwerp at this time with much of his collection, and during his eight year stay in the city Hollar made numerous prints from works in the Arundel collection such as this.
Pennington 1343; O'D 1
[Ref: 40151]   £240.00  
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Anne de Cleves.
Anne de Cleves.
Adr.n vander Werff pinx. Vermeulen sculpt.
[Rotterdam, Reinier Leers, c.1707.]
Fine engraving, 18th century watermark. 360 x 235mm (14¼ x 9¼"), large margins.
Medallion portrait of Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII's fourth wife, suspended in an arched window. An illustration to Isaac de Larrey's 'L'Histoire de l'Angleterre'.
[Ref: 44997]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Anna Clivensis Henrici VIII Regis Angliæ Uxoe IIIIta.
Anna Clivensis Henrici VIII Regis Angliæ Uxoe IIIIta.
H Holbein pinxit. Wenceslaus Hollar fecit Aqua forti ex Collectione Arundeliana Ao. 1648 but later.
Etching, rare. Plate: 260 x 180mm (10¼ x 7"). Trimmed and laid on album sheet. Small repair in title.
A portrait of Henry VIII's fourth wife Anne of Cleves (1515-1557).
Pennington 1343.
[Ref: 43715]   £280.00  
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[Anne of Denmark]
[Anne of Denmark] Anna Friderici III. Danorum Regis F. Jacobi VI. Scotorum Anglorumq. Primi Electi Regis Uxor, Lectissima Heroina.
[Petrus de Jode Antwerp DD; n.d., c.1603]
Line engraving, sheet 170 x 136mm (6¾ x 5½"). Trimmed.
Contemporary portrait of Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), Queen of James I, Anne was an enthusiastic patron of the arts, who commissioned elaborate masques from such leading talents as Ben Jonson and Inigo Jones. Jones also designed for Anne the Queen's House at Greenwich, an early example of British architecture in the Palladian style. One of a pair of engravings by Pieter de Jode (1570/3-1634).
For the pair of Anne of Denmark and James I, see ref. 15803.
[Ref: 27289]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Anna D.G. Angliae, Franciae, Scotiae, Hiberniae Regina. An. MDCIIII.
Anna D.G. Angliae, Franciae, Scotiae, Hiberniae Regina. An. MDCIIII.
Crisp. de Passe F. et excud. Colon.
[n.d., c.1604.]
Engraving. Fine impression. Sheet size: 145 x 90mm (5¾ x 3½"). Trimmed with false margins.
A head and shoulders portrait of Anne of Denmark (1574 - 1619), Queen consort of Scotland, England, and Ireland as the wife of King James VI and I. By Dutch engraver, draughtsman and painter Crispijn de Passe the Elder (c.1565-1637) who produced portraits of European nobility, as well as religious, mythological and allegorical prints and books.
[Ref: 39015]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Anna, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange.]
[Anna, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange.] Anna, Kroonprincesse van Grootbrittanje, Gemalinne van Willem de IV Prins van Oranje enz enz enz.
H. Pothoven delin J. Houbraken sculps 1750.
J.bs Haffman en P. Meyer Excud.
Very fine engraving, platemark 370 x 235mm (14½ x 9¼"). Small margins.
Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Hanover (1709-1759), was the second child and eldest daughter of George II and his consort, Queen Caroline. She was the wife of William IV of Orange, the first hereditary stadtholder of the Netherlands. Princess Anne was the second daughter of a British sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal. From a series of twenty-one engravings by Jacob Houbraken and Pieter Tanjé of Dutch stadholders and their families, each in a decorative oval placed on a pedestal, designed by Hendrik van Pothoven.
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Son Altesse Royale Anne Princesse d'Orange.
Son Altesse Royale Anne Princesse d'Orange.
Ph: Mercier Pictor & Bibliothecarius Principis Pinxit. I. Faber fecit. 1734.
Sold by J. Faber at ye Golden head ye South side of Bloomsbury Square.
Mezzotint. Plate 350 x 248mm. 13¾ x 9¾".
Anne, Princess of Orange (1709-1759), Princess Royal, daughter of King George II; wife of William IV, Prince of Orange.
NPG: D9252. CS: 264.
[Ref: 17113]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Anna van Bronswyk Luneburg, Kroon Princesse van Groot Brittagne,
Anna van Bronswyk Luneburg, Kroon Princesse van Groot Brittagne, Aanstaande Princesse van Orange, enz. enz. enz.
G. van Nymegen ad vivum delin. 1765. Par Beauvarlet, H. Hysing ad vivum pinx. J.C. Phillips Sculp 1733.
t' Amsterdam by de Erven J. Ratelband en Comp.
Engraving. 320 x 215mm (12½ x 8½"), with additional small double portrait of Anne and Prince William IV of Orange. Trimmed inside platemark
George II's eldest daughter Anne (1709-59), married William IV of Orange in 1734, regent for her son, William V (1748-1806), from 1751 until her death. William V was to be the last Stadtholder of the Dutch Republic.
O'D 9.
[Ref: 38431]   £220.00  
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Prince Arthur
Prince Arthur (A Sketch, 1853.) Proof.
Winterhalter. R.J. Lane Hanhart, imp.t.
Published by Permission of Her Majesty J. Mitchell, Royal Library, 33, Old Bond Street, London.
Lithograph. Plate 530 x 360mm (20¾ x 14"). On board.
Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert (1850-1942), seventh child of Queen Victoria and her last surviving son. Shown here in his third year, he is dressed as a Grenadier Guard, complete with scaled down musket. Winterhalter's oil was commissioned by Queen Victoria and given to Prince Albert on his birthday, 26th August 1853.
[Ref: 41345]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Her Royal Highness ~ Augusta Princess Dowager of Wales.
Her Royal Highness ~ Augusta Princess Dowager of Wales.
J. Hudson pinxt. 1761. R Purcell fec.
Mezzotint, 250 x 360mm.
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Her Royal Highness Augusta, hereditary Princess of Brunswick & Lunenberg.
Her Royal Highness Augusta, hereditary Princess of Brunswick & Lunenberg.
J. Reynolds pinx. Philip Corbutt fecit.
London. Printed for Rob. Sayer. Map & Printseller near Serjeants Inn Fleet Street.~
Mezzotint, 250 x 360mm.
Charlotte Augusta, Princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttell (1737-1813), daughter of Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales, and sister of George III. In 1764 she married Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick at St. Jamesís Palace. During the Napoleonic Wars her husband died from wounds received in battle, and the princess returned to Britain in 1807, granted protection by George III. Purcell was the actual engraver, adopting the alias of 'Corbutt', generally with the prefix of 'Charles', but sometimes 'Philip' or initials.
CS: p.1008
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An Illustrious Consort.
An Illustrious Consort.
Drawn Etch.d _ by Rich.d Dighton 1818 July.
Pub.d by T. McLean Haymarket.
Coloured etching. 220 x 190mm. Margins chipped.
Profile of Princess Augusta of Hesse-Cassel, Duchess of Cambridge & grandmother of Queen Mary, wearing a wreath of roses on closely curled hair and holding an opera-glass.
BM Satires 13022.
[Ref: 11458]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Her Royal Highness Princess Augusta.
Her Royal Highness Princess Augusta.
Sr. W.m Beechey del. Geremia Scu.
London Pub.d by E. Harding 19 May 1806.
Stipple. Plate 280 x 216mm. 11 x 8½".
Princess Augusta Sophia (1768-1840) sat at a loom, spinning thread through her fingers. She was the sixth child and second daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was a Princess of the United Kingdom and a Princess of Hanover. She remained unmarried and had a particular devotion to her brother William, Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV. She was fond of visiting Weymouth in Dorset. George III and Queen Charlotte's admiration for Beechey's work led to commissions for royal portraits of their large family. In this protrait the Princess is seen spinning.
BM: 1850,1014.229. NPG: D8016.
[Ref: 22684]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.
Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.
Sr. Will.m Beechey del. Maria Anne Bourlier Sc.
London Published by E. Harding 19 May 1806.
Stipple. Plate 279 x 220mm. 11 x 8¾".
Princess Augusta Sophia (1768-1840), the second daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was both a Princess of the United Kingdom and a Princess of Hanover.
[Ref: 22670]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Her Royal Highness The Princess Augusta Sophia.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Augusta Sophia. From the original Picture, by Sir W. Beechey R.A. in the possession of H.R.H. the Duke of Glocester to whom, by permission, this print is most respectfully dedicated, by his humble & obed.t Serv.t [E. Harding.]
Engraved by S.W. Reynolds Engraver to the King. & S. Cousins.
[Pub.d as the Act Directs March 8. 1824 by S.W Reynolds. Bayswater.]
Mezzotint, rare 345 x 259mm. 13½ x 10¼". Trimmed; crease at bottom of title area.
Portrait, three-quarter length, standing in a landscape next to a tree, turning to right, wearing a low-cut dress with lace, transparent shawl, plumed hat and necklace. Princess Augusta Sophia (1768-1840), the second daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was a Princess of both the United Kingdom and of Hanover.
Whitman 13: ii.
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Her Royal Highness Princess Sophia Augusta.
Her Royal Highness Princess Sophia Augusta.
Johnson delin et sculp.
Publish'd as the Act directs Aug.t 20. 1770 by H. Marshall No. 4 Aldermary Church Yard London.
Mezzotint, platemark 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Small margins.
Princess Augusta Sophia (1768-1840), sixth child and second daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, portrayed as a very young child. She was a Princess of the United Kingdom and a Princess of Hanover who remained unmarried and had a particular devotion to her brother William, Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV.
Not in O'D or CS.
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[Princess Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge.]
[Princess Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge.]
M. Gauci del.
Printed by Engelman, Graf, Coindet & Co Lithographers to Her Royal Highness Princess Augusta. [n.d., c.1835.]
Lithograph on india laid paper, sheet 415 x 315mm. 16¼ x 12½". Two repaired tears to right paper edge.
Princess Augusta Wilhelmina Louisa, Duchess of Cambridge (1797 - 1889), wife of Prince Adolphus Frederick, 1st Duke of Cambridge who is the subject of the miniture worn as a necklace by the sitter.. By Maxim Gauci (1776 - 1854), printmaker, lithographer. Born in Malta, he settled in London in 1809, and was father of Paul Gauci and William Gauci.
[Ref: 13246]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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His Royal Highness Edward Augustus Duke or York and Albany, Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron, Earl of Ulster, & Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
His Royal Highness Edward Augustus Duke or York and Albany, Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron, Earl of Ulster, & Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
J. H. Schaak pinxt. T. Burford fecit.
[n.d. c.1700.] London printed for John Ryall, at Hogarth's Head, in Fleet Street.
A rare mezzotint. Plate 503 x 351mm. Cut to just outside the platemark.
Prince Edward, Duke of York (1739-1767), was the younger brother of George III of the United Kingdom, the second son of Frederick, Prince of Wales and Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. Admiral and second in command of the Channel Fleet with Earl Howe as his flag captain. He took part in the expedition to Cherbourg in 1758, Quiberon Bay in 1759 and against Manilla in 1761.
Parker: 1163. From the Collection of Viscount Hood. C.S. 20 only state.
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