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Aldenham School [in pencil to right.]
Aldenham School [in pencil to right.]
Etched by Wallace Hester [in pencil to left.]
[n.d. c.1930s.]
Etching with watermark in top left-hand corner of paper. Plate 203 x 266mm. 8 x 10½". Soiling along left-hand edge.
Aldenham School, an independent school in Hertfordshire, with crest and motto below image. The School was founded in 1597 by Richard Platt, a proprietor of a London brewery and Master of the Brewer's Company in 1576 and 1581. In 1596 Queen Elizabeth I granted him letters patent to build "the Free Grammar School and Almshouses" at Aldenham; the foundation stone was laid in 1597.
[Ref: 22568]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[Rossall School - Hockey on the Sea Shore.]
[Rossall School - Hockey on the Sea Shore.]
F.P.Barraud. William J.Allingham [Pencil signatures.]
London, Published April 2nd 1891 by Messrs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to the Queen, 114 Bond Street W.
Etching, remarqued Artist's Proof, limited edition of 60.
[Ref: 526]   £370.00  
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Battle Schools.
Battle Schools.
H.E. Kendall, Jun.r FSA. Arch.t 33, Brunswick Square.
Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen. [n.d. c.1850.]
A rare lithograph. 286 x 420mm. 11¼ x 16½".
Henry Edward Kendall junior (1805-85) was a pupil of his father of the same name, who designed hospitals and workhouses and lived to be 98. Before the son went into independent practice, the two worked together and both were founder-members of what became the RIBA. He designed some large country houses, including one for the exiled Empress Eugénie at Farnborough, Hampshire, as well as parsonages, schools (on which he produced a book of designs) and churches. Among these was the chapel of the County Lunatic Asylum, later St Francis Mental Hospital, near Haywards Heath. He was District Surveyor for Hampstead from 1844 and in his final years was assisted by his nephew, Frederick Mew.
[Ref: 20681]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Beaumont College. ___
Beaumont College. ___ "The Lawn on Speech Day".
Painted by H.J. Brooks. Etched by E.W. Evans.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 438 x 675mm. 17¼ x 26½".
A view of ladies and gentlemen, masters, students and friends, gathered on the bank of the River Thames with a marquee to the right and a fountain in the middle-foreground by a statue. Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967.
[Ref: 22024]   £220.00  
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[Beaumont College. ___
[Beaumont College. ___ "The Lawn on Speech Day".]
[Pencil signatures:] H. Jamyn Brooks. E.W. Evans.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 431 x 666mm. 17 x 26¼".
A view of ladies and gentlemen, masters, students and friends, gathered on the bank of the River Thames with a marquee to the right and a fountain in the middle-foreground by a statue. Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967.
PSA: Vol.II. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22025]   £320.00  
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[Beaumont College. ___
[Beaumont College. ___ "The Lawn on Speech Day".]
[Pencil signatures:] H. Jamyn Brooks. E.W. Evans.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Remarque in title area. Plate 431 x 672mm. 17 x 26½".
A view of ladies and gentlemen, masters, students and friends, gathered on the bank of the River Thames with a marquee to the right and a fountain in the middle-foreground by a statue. Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967. Remarque of the arms of the college.
PSA: Vol.II. Rem.AP. 60.
[Ref: 22026]   £320.00  
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Beaumount.____
Beaumount.____"St. John's."_____General View of Exterior.
Painted by F.P. Barraud. Etched by W. Allingham. [Etched in image:] F.P. Barraud.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 437 x 585mm. 17¼ x 23". Some light toning. Two worm holes.
A view of Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967. A master and with three boys playing cricket, two saint bernard dogs to the right on the lawn. The PSA states that the artist was A.H. Wardlow.
[Ref: 22027]   £240.00  
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[Beaumount.____
[Beaumount.____"St. John's."_____General View of Exterior.]
[Pencil signatures:] A.H. Wardlow. William J. Allingham. [Etched in image:] F.P. Barraud.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title and signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 438 x 580mm. 17¼ x 22¾".
A view of Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967. A master and with three boys playing cricket, two saint bernard dogs to the right on the lawn. PSA states that the artist is A.H. Wardlow.
PSA: Vol.II. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22028]   £330.00  
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[Beaumount.____
[Beaumount.____"St. John's."_____General View of Exterior.]
[Pencil signatures:] A.H. Wardlow. William J. Allingham. [Etched in image:] F.P. Barraud.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title and signed in pencil. Remarque in title area. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 436 x 584mm. 17¼ x 23". Some creasing through the image.
A view of Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967. A master and with three boys playing cricket, two saint bernard dogs to the right on the lawn. Remarque of the arms of the college. PSA states that the artist is A.H. Wardlow.
PSA: Vol.II. Rem.AP. 60.
[Ref: 22029]   £320.00  
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"Berkhamsted School" The Old Hall [in pencil to right.]
M. Oliver Rae [in pencil to left.]
MR [etched in image lower left.] [n.d. c.1920.]
Etching, limited edition: 32/120. Stamped "Remarque Proof". Plate 197 x 266mm. 7¾ x 10½".
The Old Hall at Berkhamsted School, Hertfordshire. The original school was founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral. Mabel Oliver Rae (fl. 1850-1900).
[Ref: 22577]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Blemell House, Brompton.
Blemell House, Brompton.
Drawn on Stone by J.D. Burgess from an original drawing. Printed by C.Hullmandel.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Coloured lithograph, very scarce. Printed area 305 x 450mm, 12 x 17¾". Slight mount burn in margins.
Robert Pollard bought the property in 1819 for £4,000 and set up a boys’ boarding school, as shown in this scene. In November 1852 Pollard sold up to the 'Congregation of the Oratory'for £16,000, for the site of the Brompton Oratory.
[Ref: 17685]   £480.00  
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Bradfield College [in pencil to the right.]
Bradfield College [in pencil to the right.] [Plate 1]
Etched by Wallace Hester [in pencil to the left.]
[n.d. c.1930s.]
Etching. Platemark: 200 x 265mm (8 x 10¼") very large margins.
A view of part of Bradfield College, the independent school in Bradfield, Berkshire. The college was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Bradfield.
[Ref: 40022]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Bradfield College [in pencil to the right.]
Bradfield College [in pencil to the right.] [Plate 2]
Etched by Wallace Hester [in pencil to the left.] WH.
[n.d. c.1930s.]
Etching, mint. Platemark: 200 x 265mm (8 x 10¼"), very large margins.
A view of part of Bradfield College, the independent school in Bradfield, Berkshire with the school's motto and crest in the centre below the image. The college was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Bradfield.
[Ref: 40023]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Bristol Grammar School.
Bristol Grammar School. Founded by Robert Thorne, 1536. Re-Established January 1848.
Lander sc. Exchange.
[c.1850.]
Engraving. Sheet 135 x 200mm (5¼ x 8"). Trimmed close to design.
The name and crest of the school, probably published soon after the school was reopened after a four-year hiatus in 1848.
[Ref: 40938]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Bristol Road School, Birmingham.
Bristol Road School, Birmingham. In Union with the Society of Arts & Commerce, London.
T. Underwood Lith.
Castle St. Birmingham. [n.d. c.1820.]
Hand-coloured and toned lithograph with engraving, rare, 224 x 285mm. 8¾ x 11¼". Paper toning, some creasing.
Bristol Street Board School? At the junction of Irving Street and Bristol Street. Demolished 1960s for widening of the Horsefair road. Was used as a meeting place for the Christian Society from 1877 until 1892.
[Ref: 21113]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Founder's Court, Charterhouse [in image].
The Founder's Court, Charterhouse [in image].
Ed. Burrow 1899 [to plate.] EJ Burrow sc [pencil signature.]
Published by W.H. Beynon & Co. Cheltenham. [c.1900.]
Etching on india laid paper, 190 x 275mm. 7½ x 10¼".
A view at Charterhouse School near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. Remarque of bust of the founder and his motto lower right. By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 14745]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of The Charter House taken from The Green. To the Noblemen & Gentlemen Educated at The Charterhouse School, this Plate is most respectfully Dedicated by Their Most Obedient Servant, Robt Saml Cribb.
A View of The Charter House taken from The Green. To the Noblemen & Gentlemen Educated at The Charterhouse School, this Plate is most respectfully Dedicated by Their Most Obedient Servant, Robt Saml Cribb.
Painted by T. Ward. Engraved by R. Havell.
[Published by R. Cribb. n.d. c.1813].
Coloured aquatint engraving. Sheet 510 x 360mm. Trimmed inside plate mark at top and bottom. Publication line missing. Light age-toning of paper and stain through dedication.
Extremely rare. In 1611 a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys were established in buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery. Pupils have always been referred to as Carthusians. The School moved to the Deanery Farm Estate, just outside Godalming, in 1872, having sold the original site to Merchant Taylors.
[Ref: 6431]   £520.00  
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The Hall Charterhouse [in pencil lower right.]
The Hall Charterhouse [in pencil lower right.]
Wallace Hester [signed in pencil lower left.]
[n.d., c.1912.]
Etching, signed artist's proof from a limited edition numbered '74' in ink centre of blindstamp lower left. 200 x 265mm. 8 x 10½". Unexamined out of frame.
A view at Charterhouse school near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. By Wallace Hester, etcher and illustrator responsible for 12 cartoons for Vanity Fair, 1910, 1911, 1913. Remarque of school crest below image.
[Ref: 10399]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Founders Court [in pencil lower right.]
Founders Court [in pencil lower right.]
Wallace Hester [signed in pencil lower left.] ['HW' monogram in reverse scratched in plate lower right.]
[n.d., c.1912.]
Etching, signed artist's proof from a limited edition numbered '74' in ink centre of blindstamp lower left. 200 x 260mm. 8 x 10¼". Unexamined out of frame.
A view at Charterhouse school near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. By Wallace Hester, etcher and illustrator responsible for 12 cartoons for Vanity Fair, 1910, 1911, 1913. Remarque of school crest below image.
[Ref: 10401]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Charterhouse [in pencil lower right.]
Charterhouse [in pencil lower right.]
Wallace Hester [signed in pencil lower left.]
[n.d., c.1912.]
Etching, signed artist's proof from a limited edition numbered '76' in ink centre of blindstamp lower left. 200 x 260mm. 8 x 10¼". Unexamined out of frame.
A view at Charterhouse school near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. By Wallace Hester, etcher and illustrator responsible for 12 cartoons for Vanity Fair, 1910, 1911, 1913. Remarque of school crest below image.
[Ref: 10402]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Charterhouse School, from Frith Hill. 'Sundown' [in image].
Charterhouse School, from Frith Hill. 'Sundown' [in image].
Ed. Burrow del. EJ Burrow sc [pencil signature.]
Published by W.H. Beynon & Co. Cheltenham. [c.1900.]
Etching on india laid paper, 190 x 275mm. 7½ x 10¼".
A view at Charterhouse School near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. Remarque of house and chapel lower left. By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 14749]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Memorials of Charterhouse.
Memorials of Charterhouse.
A Series of Original Views Taken and Drawn on Stone by C.W. Radclyffe, Esq.re
London: Published by James Moore, Carthusian Street, Charterhouse Square. MDCCCXLIV. [1844]
A series of fourteen lithographs including title-page. Gilt stamped half-morocco binding. Folio. Scuffed and binding scratched at corners. Some spotting.
Ink inscription inside front cover: Rev. John G. [Blazey] 1847-49. A collection of illustrations from the Old Charterhouse School.
[Ref: 21972]   £380.00   view all images for this item
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Charterhouse ____
Charterhouse ____ "Saturday Evening in Hall."
Painted by A.H. Wardlow. Etched by G.W. Rhead. [Etched in the image:] G. Wooliscroft Rhead Sc.
London Published Dec. 2.nd 1889, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 515 x 430mm. 20¼ x 17".
Inside the great hall at Charterhouse School in Surrey. In front of the masters and schoolboys stands a student playing a violin, accompanied by his teacher on the piano; a further student sits to the right awaiting his turn.
[Ref: 22018]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Charterhouse ____
[Charterhouse ____ "Saturday Evening in Hall."]
[Pencil signatures:] AH Wardlow. Gwooliscroft Rhead. [Etched in image:] G. Wooliscroft Rhead Sc.
London Published Dec. 2.nd 1889, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printsellers Association stamp. Plate 515 x 431mm. 20¼ x 17". Paper discolouration from old
Inside the great hall at Charterhouse School in Surrey. In front of the masters and schoolboys stands a student playing a violin, accompanied by his teacher on the piano; a further student sits to the right awaiting his turn.
PSA: Vol.I. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22019]   £260.00  
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Charterhouse
Charterhouse The War Memorial Chapel
G.S. Garnier pinxt et sculp 1929
Aquatint printed in colour, platemark 305 x 360mm (12 x 14¼"). Rare.
Charterhouse School near Godalming, with the chapel designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, consecrated in 1927 as a memorial to nearly 700 Carthusians who died in the Great War. It is the largest war memorial in England.
[Ref: 35026]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Charterhouse______
Charterhouse______ "Founders Day".
Painted by A.H. Wardlow. Etched by C.O. Murray.
London. Published Dec. 2.nd 1889, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster. Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 520 x 425mm. 20½ x 16¾".
A founder's day dinner at Charterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey. Gentlemen sit around tables decorated with floral centrepieces, women are situated in the balcony as spectators to the celebrations below.
[Ref: 22012]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Dedicated with all due Respect to his most Worthy Friends, & Patrons Jos.ph & Hen.y Berens, and John Mitford Esq.rs with the other Gentlemen Educated at Cheam School by their most Obed.t h.ble Serv.t John Young.
Dedicated with all due Respect to his most Worthy Friends, & Patrons Jos.ph & Hen.y Berens, and John Mitford Esq.rs with the other Gentlemen Educated at Cheam School by their most Obed.t h.ble Serv.t John Young.
From a Drawing by the Rev:d J: Berens. Geo. Wilson, Aqua Tint, &c.
London. Pub.d as the Act directs by J. Young No.143 Tottenham Court Road. [n.d. c.1834.]
Aquatint with added colour to sky. Plate 285 x 388mm. 11¼ x 15¼". Late impression.
Cheam School, the preparatory school in Headley, Hampshire, founded in 1645 by the Reverend George Aldrich. Children playing the grounds, a group in the centre with a kite, and playing hop-skotch, boys to the left holding a hoop, to the right looking inside a hutch, and other boys around the yard.
[Ref: 22054]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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School Board for London - Public Elementary School - Eel Brook Common - Chelsea.
School Board for London - Public Elementary School - Eel Brook Common - Chelsea. Basil Champneys - Architect.
Printed by W.W. Sprague & Co. London, E.C.
[n.d. c.1872.]
Etching. Sheet 330 x 490mm. 13 x 19¼".
A view of the first of the London board schools, which were built as a result of the Elementary Education Act (1870), to be designed in the Queen Anne Revival style by a number of architects. This was designed by Basil Champneys (1842-1935) in June and July 1872 and opened in October 1873, and has since been destroyed.
[Ref: 25943]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Cheltenham College.____
Cheltenham College.____"The Boats at Tewkesbury."
Painted by A.H. Wardlow. Etched by F.G. Stevenson.
London, Published July 25.th 1892 by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 425 x 528mm. 16¾ x 20¾". Overall paper toning.
Rowing. Two fours on the River Severn approaching the bridge at Tewkesbury. The bridge was designed by Thomas Telford. Onlookers in the foreground on the shore, other spectators and safety boats on the river, boys running to cheer they crews on the far shore near the finishing flag.
[Ref: 22017]   £260.00  
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Cheltenham College,_____
Cheltenham College,_____"Big Classical".
Painted by A.H. Wardlow. Etched by F.G. Stevenson. [Etched in image:] A H Wardlow the figures.
London, Published July 25.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond St, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 425 x 533mm. 16¾ x 21".
Cheltenham College, Gloucestershire, the first of all the major public schools of the Victorian period, opened in 1841. Here congregated in the great hall are masters and students for various presentations.
[Ref: 22064]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cheltenham College,_____
[Cheltenham College,_____"Big Classical".]
[Pencil signatures:] AH Wardlow. FGStevenson. [Etched in image:] A H Wardlow the figures.
London, Published July 25.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond St, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 431 x 527mm. 17 x 20¾".
Cheltenham College, Gloucestershire, the first of all the major public schools of the Victorian period, opened in 1841. Here congregated in the great hall are masters and students for various presentations.
PSA: Vol.II. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22065]   £280.00  
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[Cheltenham College,_____
[Cheltenham College,_____"Big Classical".]
[Pencil signatures:] AH Wardlow. FGStevenson. [Etched in image:] A H Wardlow the figures.
London, Published July 25.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond St, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Remarque in the title area. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 425 x 521mm. 16¾ x 20½".
Cheltenham College, Gloucestershire, the first of all the major public schools of the Victorian period, opened in 1841. Here congregated in the great hall are masters and students for various presentations. Remarque of the arms of the school.
PSA: Vol.II. Rem.AP. 60.
[Ref: 22066]   £280.00  
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Proprietary College, Cheltenham.
Proprietary College, Cheltenham. J. Wilson, Esq.rs Architect.
T. Picken, lith. Day & Haghe. Lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by H. Davies, Montpellier Library Cheltenham. [n.d. c.1843.]
Lithograph. 128 x 203mm. 5 x 8".
The Cheltenham Proprietary College was founded in 1841 by G.S. Harcourt and J.S. Iredell, with the purpose of educating the sons of gentlemen. In 1843 it moved from three houses along Bays Hill Terrace to Boyne House.
[Ref: 19258]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Cheltenham Proprietary College.
Cheltenham Proprietary College.
E.D. Eichbaum, delin. J.C. Hunter, sc.
Published by R. Edwards, Stationer, Bookseller, Binder &c. 414, High Street, Cheltenham. [n.d. c.1860.]
Engraving. 172 x 209mm (6¾ x 8¼"). Laid on album sheet.
In 1840 a meeting was held of Cheltenham residents who decided to set up a 'Proprietary Grammar School'. G.S. Harcourt and J.S. Iredell, founded the Cheltenham College in 1841 to educate the sons of gentleman. Within two years it was relocated to the site seen here, and soon became known simply as Cheltenham College.
[Ref: 34734]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Christ's Hospital.
Christ's Hospital. ''Such are thy Youth, sweet spot! The children such [/] That tread thy walks, now silent when the hour...''
J. Cristall Pinx.t. F. Vincent Sc.
London Pub.d by H. Harrison, 41 Bedford St. Covent Garden.
Stipple, rare. Sheet: 240 x 145mm (9½ x 5¾"). Trimmed.
A portrait of a schoolboy from Christ's Hospital school shown wearing the recognisbale bluecoat which is still worn by pupils today.
[Ref: 46210]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Grammar School of Christ Church.
Grammar School of Christ Church.
A. Pugin del.t. J. Stadler sculp.t.
Published Sept.r 1. 1816, at 101, Strand, for R. Ackermann's History of Christ's Hospital.
Coloured aquatint. 250 x 300mm (9¾ x 11¾"), watermarked 'J. Whatman 1816'. Tear just touching platemark.
The interior of Christ's Hospital ('The Bluecoat School'), with the boys seated on either side of room in four rows. Originally in Greyfriars, London, the school moved to Horsham in 1902. One of the illustrations to Ackermann's 'History of the Colleges'. 1816.
Abbey: Scenery 438.
[Ref: 37859]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Old School Christs Hospital Hertford [in pencil to right.]
The Old School Christs Hospital Hertford [in pencil to right.]
Etched by A.E. Wardle [in pencil to left.]
[n.d. c.1950s.]
Etching with stamp on verso 'Arches France'. Plate 292 x 198mm. 11½ x 7¾". Later impression.
Christ's Hospital (known as The Bluecoat School) near Horsham, West Sussex. The school was originally founded in the 16th century in Greyfriars, London and Hertford. The girls part of the school settled in Hertford in 1707 but merged with the boys at Horsham in 1985.
[Ref: 22573]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Christs Hospital Hertford [in pencil to the right.]
Christs Hospital Hertford [in pencil to the right.] School Hall [in pencil to lower left outside plate.]
Etched by A.E. Wardle [in pencil to the left.]
[n.d. c.1912.]
Etching with stamp on verso 'Arches France'. Plate 203 x 266mm. 8 x 10½". Later impression.
Christ's Hospital (known as The Bluecoat School) near Horsham, West Sussex. The school was originally founded in the 16th century in Greyfriars, London and Hertford. The girls part of the school settled in Hertford in 1707 but merged with the boys at Horsham in 1985.
[Ref: 22572]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Big School, Clifton College.
Big School, Clifton College.
Ed. Burrow del.
Published by W.H. Beyman & Co. Cheltenham. [n.d., c.1898.]
Etching on india, signed in pencil. 185 x 240mm (7¼ x 9½") Very large margins.
By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 37885]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Clifton College. 1898.
Clifton College. 1898.
ED [Edward Burrow].
Published by W.H. Beyman & Co. Cheltenham. [n.d., c.1898.]
Etching on india, signed in pencil. 185 x 240mm (7¼ x 9½") Very large margins.
By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 37886]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Clifton College.]
[Clifton College.]
Chas. H. Clark [pencil signature.]
[n.d. c.1930]
Etching from a limited edition, numbered '21/200' in pencil. 200 x 300mm, 8 x 11¾". Faint paper age toning.
A cricket match in progress in front of Clifton College, a public school in Clifton, Bristol, founded in 1862. School coat of arms etched in plate lower left.
Guichard: Appendix 1, p.71.
[Ref: 18585]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Clifton College. _____
Clifton College. _____ "General View of School Buildings.
Painted by F.P. Barraud. Etched by W.A. Cox. [Etched in image:] F.P. Barraud.
London Published Oct.r 7.th 1891, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 425 x 552mm. 16¾ x 21¾". Some foxing.
A view of the buildings at Clifton College, Bristol. Students and masters seen walking around in the road outside.
[Ref: 22021]   £230.00  
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[Clifton College. _____
[Clifton College. _____ "General View of School Buildings.]
[Pencil signatures:] F.P. Barraud. W.A. Cox. [Etched in image:] F.P. Barraud.
London Published Oct.r 7.th 1891, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Printsellers Association stamp. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Remarque in title area. Plate 430 x 548mm. 17 x 21½". Creasing in both lower corners, into the image area. Crease along upper edge.
A view of the buildings at Clifton College, Bristol. Students and masters seen walking around in the road outside. Remarque of the Arms of the College.
PSA: Vol.I. Rem.AP. 60.
[Ref: 22022]   £360.00  
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[Clifton College. _____
[Clifton College. _____ "General View of School Buildings.]
[Pencil signatures:] F.P. Barraud. W.A. Cox. [Etched in image:] F.P. Barraud.
London Published Oct.r 7.th 1891, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Printsellers Association stamp. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Plate 430 x 547mm. 17 x 21½".
A view of the buildings at Clifton College, Bristol. Students and masters seen walking around in the road outside.
PSA: Vol.I. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22023]   £360.00  
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Clifton College. ____
Clifton College. ____ "Interior of the Chapel from the South-West corner".
Painted by F.P. Barraud. Etched by E.W. Evans.
London Published July 1.st 1891 by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 420 x 546mm. 16½ x 21½". Spotting and some mould.
A view of the interior of the chapel of Clifton College, Bristol. The chapel was built in 1867 to Charles Hansom's original design, of a aisleless building. It was licensed by the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol in 1867.
[Ref: 22015]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Clifton College. ____
[Clifton College. ____ "Interior of the Chapel from the South-West corner".]
[Pencil signatures:] F.P. Barraud. EW. Evans.
London Published July 1.st 1891 by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printsellers' Association stamp. Plate 420 x 545mm. 16½ x 21½". Spotting and some mould.
A view of the interior of the chapel of Clifton College, Bristol. The chapel was built in 1867 to Charles Hansom's original design, of a aisleless building. It was licensed by the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol in 1867.
PSA: Vol.I. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22016]   £240.00  
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Dulwich Chapel [in pencil to the right.]
Dulwich Chapel [in pencil to the right.]
Wallace Hester 3rd Proof. [signed in pencil to left.]
[n.d. c.1930.]
Etching with pencil signature. Plate 177 x 252mm (7 x 10").
A view of Christ's Chapel, consecrated in 1616 by George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, as part of the Dulwich College foundation.
[Ref: 30669]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Old College Chapel Dulwich ] [in pencil to the right.]
[Old College Chapel Dulwich ] [in pencil to the right.]
Wallace Hester. [signed in pencil to left.]
[n.d. c.1930.]
Etching with pencil signature and large margins. Plate: 252 x 170mm, (10 x 6¾").
A view of Christ's Chapel, consecrated in 1616 by George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, as part of the Dulwich College foundation.
[Ref: 34486]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Dulwich College [in pencil to right.]
Dulwich College [in pencil to right.]
Wallace Hester [signed in pencil to left.]
[n.d. c.1930.]
Etching with pencil signature, large margins. Plate 171 x 253mm (6¾ x 10").
A view of Dulwich College, the independent school for boys in London. The school was founded in 1619 by Edward Alleyn, a successful Elizabethan actor
[Ref: 30931]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Dulwich College [in pencil to right].
Dulwich College [in pencil to right].
Wallace Hester [signed in pencil].
[n.d., c.1930].
Drypoint etching with large margins. Plate: 250 x 175mm (9¾ x 7"). Slight spot on left.
View of the entrance to Dulwich College, the main building, or New College, can be seen beyond the gate. The school was re-established on Dulwich Common in the 1870s and the New College building was designed by Charles Barry Junior in a style he called 'North Italian of the Thirteenth Century'.
[Ref: 34097]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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