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Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, in the Greenwich Road.
Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, in the Greenwich Road.
Published June 24, 1813 by James Whittle & Richard Holmes Laurie, No. 53, Fleet Street, London.
Coloured engraving. 295 x 440mm, 11½ x 17¼".
The Asylum for the Support and Education of the Deaf and Dumb Children of the Poor was established in 1792 by Reverend John Townsend (1757-1826) of the Jamaica Row Congregation Church in Bermondsey, London. With the patronage of the Duke of Gloucester, the Asylum moved to these premises closer to the Old Kent Road, Southwark, in 1810, becoming an important national charity. Its model of patronage and governing committee did much to transform the operation of British charitable institutions. With contemporary hand colour.
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Bankside. Southwark in 1648, with a view of Holland's Leaguer, one of the Ancient Stews or Licenced Brothels there, suppressed during the reign of King Henry the Eighth.
Bankside. Southwark in 1648, with a view of Holland's Leaguer, one of the Ancient Stews or Licenced Brothels there, suppressed during the reign of King Henry the Eighth.
After the original by Ralph Aggis. Engraved from the Frontispiece to the very scarce Tract called Hollands Leaguer by Howlett.
London, Published by Mess.rs Boydell & Co. Cheapside Sep.t 2, 1812.
Engraving. Platemark: 225 x 280mm (8¾ x 11"). With large margins.
A bird's eye view over Bankside, with an enlarged view of Holland's Leaguer on a scroll at the top centre. To left is a small view of the Bull and Bear baiting theatres, and to the right a view over the Globe, Rose and Bear-Baiting theatres. A small plan of the area below image depicts London before the great fire.
[Ref: 37830]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of Mess.rs Barclay & Perkins's Brewery.
A View of Mess.rs Barclay & Perkins's Brewery.
Painted & Engraved by Wolstenholme.
London. Published Aug. 20th 1840, by Dean Wolstenholme, 22 Chads Row, Gray's Inn Road.
Aquatint, printed in blue and brown. Sheet 445 x 595mm. Trimmed within plate, some wear.
The Anchor Brewery from Park Street, Southwark, with drays, sacks, etc. In 1786 James Watt built engine to pump water and grind barley for the brewery that stayed in service for 98 years. After the brewery was rebuilt after a fire in 1832 it became a tourist attraction. One visitor was the Austrian general Julius von Haynau, whose actions against the Italian 'Risorgimento' left him with an evil reputation, causing him to be beaten up by the brewery's draymen. When Giuseppe Garibaldi visited England in 1864 he insisted on visiting the brewery to thank 'the men who flogged Haynau'.
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The Bear Garden.
The Bear Garden. From an enlarged Drawing of a very scarce View of London, called ''the Antwerp View,'' in the Possession of John Dent Esq.r.
[after Claes Janszoon Visscher.]
London, Published Oct.r 11th 1810, By Rob.t Wilkinson, No 58, Cornhill.
Coloured etching. Sheet 255 x 215mm (10 x 8½). Trimmed and mounted in album paper.
The Beargarden, London's blood-sport arena in Bankside, in existence when the first plans of London were drawn in the 1560s. This view is derived from Claes Janszoon Visscher's prospect of 1616.
[Ref: 43264]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Bermondsey.] London. Sheet LXV.
[Bermondsey.] London. Sheet LXV. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, tears, edges chipped.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of Bermondsey, with London Bridge & Tower Bridge, St Katherine's Dock & London Dock. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority, noting sales.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10985]   £180.00  
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[Camberwell.] London. Sheet CIII.
[Camberwell.] London. Sheet CIII. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen. A litle wear.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of Camberwell, with Peckham and Denmark Hill. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 11001]   £160.00  
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Plan of the Bason and Property of the Grand Surry Canal Company,
Plan of the Bason and Property of the Grand Surry Canal Company, Including the collateral cut with other Property Proposed to be Purchased.
Survey'd by Nath.l Simmons 1810.
Very scarce. Red and black ink on india. Sheet 330 x 260mm, 13 x 10¼". With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Laid on linen, some wear and damage.
A plan of the terminus of the Grand Surrey Canal at the Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe. An overly-ambitious plan to join the docks with to Mitcham, Kingston & Epsom, with a junction with the Croydon Canal at New Cross, authorised by Act of Parliament in 1801. The first stretch of canal opened in 1809, but only 3½ miles of canal were completed. After WWII bombing destroyed most of the docks the canal fell into decline and it closed in 1971.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10305]   £220.00  
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Surrey Commercial Docks, 1881.
Surrey Commercial Docks, 1881.
Waterlow & Sons, Ltd, London Wall, London.
Lithograph. Printed area 225 x 145mm, 9 x 5¼". Laid on linen, stitch holes.
The Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe at its peak. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade they were redeveloped as the Surrey Quays.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10249]   £190.00  
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[Manuscript map of the proposed expansion of Surrey Commercial  Docks. 1863]
[Manuscript map of the proposed expansion of Surrey Commercial Docks. 1863]
Pen and ink with wash colour. Border 510 x 510mm, 20 x 20". With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Some wear, one tear.
The Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe, showing proposed Russia and Albion docks (yet to be named), but with the Quebec and Canada docks not as built. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade the area was redeveloped as the Surrey Quays.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10247]   £360.00  
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Plan of the Commercial  Docks 1858.
Plan of the Commercial Docks 1858.
Engraved by Charles Jones, 28 Charles Street, Westminster.
Coloured lithograph. Printed area 320 x 515mm, 12½ x 20¼". Printed on Whatman Paper. With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Some wear and tears.
The Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade they were redeveloped as the Surrey Quays.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10284]   £250.00  
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Plan of the Surrey Commercial  Docks. 1881.
Plan of the Surrey Commercial Docks. 1881.
Jas. A. Mc Connchie. Engineer.
Waterlow & Sons, Lithographers, London.
Lithograph. 470 x 595mm, 18½ x 23½". With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Binding holes in edge.
The Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade they were redeveloped as the Surrey Quays. James A. McConnochie was a prominent engineer, Chief Engineer to the Bute Docks and also in charge of the redevelopment of the lower half of Limehouse Dockyard in the 1870s.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10286]   £280.00  
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Plan of the Grand Surrey Docks Rotherhithe.
Plan of the Grand Surrey Docks Rotherhithe.
Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen. [n.d., c.1861.]
Lithograph. Printed area 490 x 705mm, 19¼ x 27¾". With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Some wear to bottom edge
The newly-built Russia, Albion and Canada docks, the west part of the Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade they were redeveloped as the Surrey Quays. The Upper Dock, also known as the Russia Dock is now the Russia Dock Park.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10243]   £260.00  
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Plan of the Surrey Commercial  Docks 1871.
Plan of the Surrey Commercial Docks 1871.
Coloured lithograph. Printed area 460 x 600mm, 18 x 23¾". With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Backed on linen, stitch holes in left margin.
The Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe, showing the newly-built Russia, Albion and Canada docks. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade they were redeveloped as the Surrey Quays.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10231]   £380.00  
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Plan of the Commercial  Docks 1856.
Plan of the Commercial Docks 1856.
Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen.
Coloured lithograph. Printed area 320 x 515mm, 12½ x 20¼". Whatman Paper 1855. With P.L.A. Drawing Office ink stamp dated 1925 and manuscript indexing. Backed on linen, stitch holes in left margin.
The Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe. Closed in 1969 and derelict for over a decade they were redeveloped as the Surrey Quays.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10238]   £350.00  
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To the Parishioners of the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, in the City of London. This view of Their Doomed Churchyard, as it appears this 2.nd Day of August in the Year of our Lord God, 1848,
To the Parishioners of the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, in the City of London. This view of Their Doomed Churchyard, as it appears this 2.nd Day of August in the Year of our Lord God, 1848, is inscribed by their affectionate Friend and Pastor, who sincerely sympathizes with them in their Grief and Indignation at the contemplated appropriation of its consecrated Ground to unhallowed purposes. H.B Wilson D.D. Rector.
Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by Robert Jennings, 62 Cheapside. [n.d. c.1848.]
A rare tinted lithograph. 305 x 411mm (12 x 16¼").
View of the Churchyard of St Thomas the Apostle, in Southward; from Queen Street, looking down towards Southwark Bridge; the street passes through the old ruined church of St Thomas the Apostle; the churchyard remains on the left with many trees growing in space, figures on street in foreground.
[Ref: 34749]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Casino at Dulwich.
Casino at Dulwich.
CR July 22. 1829.
Pencil, pen and ink drawing, image 132 x 254mm. Two faint diagonal creases through upper left corner.
Casino House in Dulwich, south London, built towards the end of the eighteenth century by the solicitor Richard Shaw. Possibly copied from an engraving. This view very similar to an anon. c.1810 engraving in the Guildhall Library Print Room. On watermarked laid paper.
Guildhall Library Print Room: p.5352324.
[Ref: 7658]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Elephant & Castle Inn.]
[The Elephant & Castle Inn.]
[n.d. c.1820.]
Engraving, rare, 89 x 140mm. 3½ x 5½".
The Elephant and Castle in London was on the Brighton Road, Newington Butts, London. Here with various coaches and horse-drawn traffic; and it was probably the busiest calling point for coaches in England.
[Ref: 19100]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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The Rev.d C.H. Spurgeon's Metropolitan Tabernacle.
The Rev.d C.H. Spurgeon's Metropolitan Tabernacle.
W.W. Pocock, Architect. H.M. Ridgway de. et lith.
London Published May 1st 1861, by H.M. Ridgway, 16 Argyle St. King's Cross.
Lithograph, 340 x 470mm. Slight foxing throughout; tear in title area.
The Metropolitan Tabrnacle at the Elephant & Castle in London, published in 1861, the year the building was completed.
[Ref: 8399]   £290.00  
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[Engraving of monument to William Emerson, with original drawing]
[Engraving of monument to William Emerson, with original drawing] In St Mary Overie's or St. Saviour's Southwar, See Pennant's London
Pub. Jan 11 1791 by N Smith Mays Buildings St Martins Lane
Aquatint (230 x 180mm, 9 x 7") and pen-and-ink drawing (195 x 155mm, 7½ x 6"). Drawing glued to backing sheet; unidentified 'W' collector's stamp on both sheets.
Monument to William Emerson (d.1575) in Southwark Cathedral, or the church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie, beside London Bridge south of the river Thames. Emerson and his family were benefactors to the church. The engraving was published in a volume on the antiquities of London, and is here offered with what is claimed to be the original drawing for the print.
[Ref: 39747]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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The Globe Theatre.
The Globe Theatre. From an enlarged Drawing of an extensive View of London, in 1647. - 7 Feet 9 Inches, by 18 Inches, engraved by Hollar; very scarce, and now in the possession of Thomas Lloyd Esq.r.
[after Wenceslaus Hollar.]
London, Published Oct.r 11th 1810, By Rob.t Wilkinson, No 58, Cornhill, 170.
Coloured etching. Sheet 305 x 240mm (12 x 9½"). Slight surface soiling.
Despite being named on Hollar's famous 'Long View' as 'The Globe', this is in fact the Hope Theatre (built where the Bear Baiting ring had been). The real Globe was named 'Beere bayting' and is not shown here. Hollar's mistake can be accounted for by the fact that both had been shut down by the Puritans in 1642, and the Globe had been demolished the year before his view was published.
[Ref: 41447]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XCI.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XCI. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, tears, edges chipped.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of Deptford with the Grand Surrey Canal with the southern edge of the Surrey Commercial Docks. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10961]   £220.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XC.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XC. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of Newington with the Grand Surrey Canal with the Peckham Branch junction, with part of the Old Kent Road. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority, including a new purchase.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10960]   £60.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 17.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 17. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, a few tears.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of Newington with the Grand Surrey Canal with the Peckham Branch junction, with part of the Old Kent Road. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority, including a new purchase.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10958]   £60.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 16.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 16. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, a few tears.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of Camberwell with the Grand Surrey Canal. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10869]   £80.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 19.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 19. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published [by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.]
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of Deptford with the Grand Surrey Canal and Deptford Park. A new development of houses has been added over the publication line. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10855]   £60.00  
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Guy's Hospital.
Guy's Hospital.
R. West Delin: 1738. W.H. Toms Sculp.
[London: Samuel Richardson, 1739.]
Engraving. 225 x 370mm (9 x 14½"). Very large margins.
An elevated view of the from of Guy's Hospital, published in William Maitland's 'The History of London, from its Foundation by the Romans, to the Present Time'.
[Ref: 38559]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Kings Bench Prison.
Kings Bench Prison.
Pugin & Rowlandson del. et sculpt. J. C. Stadler Aquat.
London. Pub1.st Dec.r 1808, at R. Ackermannís Repository of Arts 101, Strand.
Hand coloured aquatint with large margins. Platemark: 240 x 285mm (9½ x 11¼").
The King's Bench Prison was a situated in Southwark, south London, England, from medieval times until it closed in 1880. It took its name from the King's Bench court of law in which cases of defamation, bankruptcy and other misdemeanours were heard; as such, the prison was often used as a debtor's prison until the practice was abolished in the 1860s. In 1842, it was renamed the Queen's Prison, and later became the Southwark Convict Prison. A game of rackets is taking place on left. Published in Ackermann's famous work, the 'Microcosm of London', the figures were drawn by the famous caricaturist Thomas Rowlandson and the architecture by Augustus Pugin.
Abbey, Scenery: 212.
[Ref: 34158]   £230.00  
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Kings Bench Prison.
Kings Bench Prison.
Pugin & Rowlandson del. et sculpt. J. C. Stadler Aquat.
London. Pub1.st Dec.r 1808, at R. Ackermannís Repository of Arts 101, Strand.
Hand coloured aquatint with large margins. Platemark: 240 x 285mm (9½ x 11¼"). Few nicks in margins.
The courtyard of the King's Bench Prison in St George's Fields, Southwark, London, with inmates playing a game of rackets on the far left. The prison, which took its name from the King's Bench court of law in which cases of defamation, bankruptcy and other misdemeanours were heard, was mainly occupied by debtors, some of the most famous of whom included King Theodore I of Corsica and Tobias Smollett. In 1768 the imprisonment of John Wilkes (for libel) triggered riots in which several people were killed. This building was burnt to the ground in the 1780 Gordon Riots, and quickly rebuilt. By the time this print was made, the prison had become notorious for the laxity of its rules (an 1828 description would call it 'the most desirable place of incarceration in London' and by that time there were thirty gin shops and a host of trades being practiced in the courtyard). The prison was demolished in 1880. Published in Ackermann's famous work, the 'Microcosm of London', which probably selected the prison to depict because of its comparative comfort. The figures were drawn by the famous caricaturist Thomas Rowlandson and the architecture by Augustus Pugin.
Abbey, Scenery: 212; for the burning of the old prison in the Gordon Riots see ref. 25017.
[Ref: 37368]   £260.00  
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To the Illustrious Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, K.G. &c. this Print of The Licensed Victuallers Asylum,
To the Illustrious Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, K.G. &c. this Print of The Licensed Victuallers Asylum, Is by permission respectfully dedicated to His Royal Highness the Patron of the Institution, by His Royal Highness's most devoted & humble Servants, the Governors.
Engraved by W.F. Starling.
[n.d., c.1827.]
Coloured engraving. Sight size 395 x 700mm, 15¾ x 27½". Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the façade of the asylum founded in 1803 in the Old Kent Road to provide shelter to the families of staff who, after a long and loyal service to the brewing industry, had fallen on hard times. This view shows the enlarged building, with the additional wings.
[Ref: 26605]   £280.00  
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The North West View of Newington. La Veüe de Newington ou Nord Ouest. 77.
The North West View of Newington. La Veüe de Newington ou Nord Ouest. 77.
Published by Laurie & Whittle, 53. Fleet Street, London. [n.d. c.1750.]
Hand-coloured engraving. Watermark 1810, Plate 261 x 401mm. 10¼ x 15¾".
A view of Newington, London, with several groups of people in the foreground taking a walk.
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet CIII.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet CIII. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, tears, edges chipped.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of Peckham with the branch of the Grand Surrey Canal to Peckham Reach This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10983]   £80.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 37.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 37. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number. Laid on linen, some surface soiling.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of Peckham with a spur of the Grand Surrey Canal leading to Peckham Wharf. Also showing Peckham Road and Peckham High Street. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10851]   £60.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 18.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 18. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number. Laid on linen, some surface soiling.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of Rotherhithe with the Grand Surrey Canal and the South Metropolitan Gas Works. It marks the functions of the factories alongside the canal and shows terraced houses on the site of Millwall F.C.'s current ground, 'The Den'. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10849]   £100.00  
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[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 9.
[Grand Surrey Canal.] London. Sheet XI. 9. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, a few tears.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of Rotherhithe with the Grand Surrey Canal. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10848]   £100.00  
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[Surrey Commercial Docks.] London. Sheet VIII. 89.
[Surrey Commercial Docks.] London. Sheet VIII. 89. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of the Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe, now redeveloped as the Surrey Quays. At the top is Globe Pond, now commemorated with a road named after it. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10854]   £60.00  
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[Surrey Commercial Docks.] London. Sheet VII. 99.
[Surrey Commercial Docks.] London. Sheet VII. 99. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1895. Reprint by Heliozincography 50/1904.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stenciled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling.
A large-scale plan (1/1056) of the southern Surrey Commercial Docks, including Greenland Dock, the oldest of London's riverside Docks. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority: an area bottom left is marked 'Sold', with a sale reference number.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10843]   £220.00  
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Southwark, with part of Saint Georges Fields, Taken from an elevated situation at the back of Beaufort Buildings, Strand.
Southwark, with part of Saint Georges Fields, Taken from an elevated situation at the back of Beaufort Buildings, Strand.
Published June 1. 1807, by W. Richardson, York House, 31, Strand.
Etching with hand colour, 440 x 1165mm, (17¼ x 46"). Trimmed to plate. Three vertical folds as normal, traces of creases, general soiling.
Panoramic view of Southwark with St George's Fields and part of Lambeth, from an elevated position at the back of Beaufort Buildings, Strand. It shows London Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge far left, with the Shot Manufactory, Bermondsey behind, Watt's Shot Tower, Lambeth in the centre, and boats and barges on the River Thames. The major buildings are captioned below the image.
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View's of London. No. 2.
View's of London. No. 2. Entrance of St Georges Road or the Obelisk Turnpike with a view of the Royal Circus.
Dagaty. Delin & Sculp.t.
Publish'd Sep.t 1. 1797. by R. Ackermann 101. Strand.
Aquatint, printed in blue and brown, with some hand finishing. 360 x 460mm (14¼ x 18"). Paper watermarked 'J. Whatman 1794'. Damaged. Some repairs, glue stains in margins.
A view looking past the obelisk in St George's Circus to the toll gates on Great Surrey Street (Blackfriars Road). Dagaty has also included detail of the street traffic, including a coach, cart and horse riders. The 'Royal Circus and Equestrian Philharmonic Academy' opened in 1782, specialising in equestrian displays. Two years after this print it burned down, and again in 1805, after which it was rebuilt as the Surrey Theatre. This plate was the second in a set of six plates in a 'Views of London' series, showing the main entrances into London, all marshalled by turnpikes. However this plate Dagety was replaced by Thomas Rowlandson. It is uncertain who Dagety was, although he was possibly Edouard Gautier d'Agoty.
Adams: 78.2. (see 33726 for the first plate, 'Entrance of Piccadilly or Hyde Park Corner Turnpike'.
[Ref: 33727]   £220.00  
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View's of London. No. 2.
View's of London. No. 2. Entrance of St Georges Road or the Obelisk Turnpike with a view of the Royal Circus.
Dagaty. Delin & Sculp.t.
Publish'd Aug.st 1. 1809. by R. Ackermann 101. Strand.
Fine hand coloured aquatint. On watermarked paper, 'J. Whatman'. Two collector's stamps in lower left corner. Platemark: 360 x 450mm (14¼ x 17¾"). Small margins on 3 sides. Cut to plate at top.
A view looking past the obelisk in St George's Circus to the toll gates on Great Surrey Street (Blackfriars Road). Dagaty has also included detail of the street traffic, including a coach, cart and horse riders. The 'Royal Circus and Equestrian Philharmonic Academy' opened in 1782, specialising in equestrian displays. Two years after this print it burned down, and again in 1805, after which it was rebuilt as the Surrey Theatre. This plate was the second in a set of six plates in a 'Views of London' series, showing the main entrances into London, all marshalled by turnpikes, first published in 1797. However after this plate Dagaty was replaced by Thomas Rowlandson. It is uncertain who Dagaty was, although he was possibly Edouard Gautier d'Agoty.
[Ref: 35192]   £650.00  
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To the Reverend Richard Penneck M.A. Rector of St. Johns Southwark;
To the Reverend Richard Penneck M.A. Rector of St. Johns Southwark; This Plate, is with Permission most respectfully inscribed by His obedient servant John Buckler.
J. Buckler del. J.W. Edy fecit.
Published June 1 1799 by J. Buckler No.2 opposite the Spa Gardens, Bermondsey.
Aquatint, scarce. 410 x 500mm (16 x 19¾"). Trimmed to plate.
From Buckler's series of views of important churches. The Rev. Richard Penneck (c.1728-1803) was also a Superintendent of the Reading Room of the British Museum.
[Ref: 45123]   £260.00  
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South East View of The Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's Church. As it will appear when restored from the Foot Pavement on the West Side of the Southwark Approach to the New London Bridge, having an opening thereto of 130 feet.
South East View of The Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's Church. As it will appear when restored from the Foot Pavement on the West Side of the Southwark Approach to the New London Bridge, having an opening thereto of 130 feet. To Thomas Saunders Esq.r F.S.A. As a testimony of respect for his prompt, strenuous & perserving exerions for the preservation of this beautiful Specimen of early English Architecture, This Print is respectfully inscribed by his obedient Servants, Lewis Nockalls Cottingham. James Savage & George Gwilt. Architects.
Drawn on Stone by J. Harris.
Printed by C. Hullmandel. [n.d. c.1847.]
A rare lithograph. 412 x 502mm. 16¼ x 19¾". Very slight foxing.
St Saviour's Church, Southwark, London.
[Ref: 20214]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Surrey Chapel.
Surrey Chapel. Dedicated by Permission to the Rev.d James Sherman by his Obed.t & Humble Serv.t John T.S. Ping.
Drawn by John Flowerdew. Engraved by Cha.s Rosenberg and John T.S. Ping.
London. Published for the Proprietor, by David Stroud. 163. Blackfriars Road.
Aquatint. 490 x 650mm. 19¼ x 25½". Proof after lettering. Paper scuffing and small tears outside of image.
The Surrey Chapel on Blackfriars Road in London. The chapel was built for the non-conformist preacher Rowland Hill in 1783 using an inheritance from his father. The chapel was destroyed during the Blitz.
[Ref: 8534]   £360.00  
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[Surrey Commercial Docks.] London. Sheet LXXVIII.
[Surrey Commercial Docks.] London. Sheet LXXVIII. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen, some surface soiling, tears, edges chipped.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of the Surrey Commercial Docks in Southwark. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10963]   £280.00  
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P.L.A. Surrey Commercial Docks. Site Plan Shewing Brodie's Dry Dock and Slip Filled in During Construction of Greenland Dock.
P.L.A. Surrey Commercial Docks. Site Plan Shewing Brodie's Dry Dock and Slip Filled in During Construction of Greenland Dock.
[n.d., c.1900.]
Ink mss. Sheet 470 x 475mm, 18½ x 18¾". Some surface soiling.
A large-scale plan (9"=400') of the entrance to Greenland Dock, the oldest of London's riverside docks. It marks the P.L.A.'s property to the north.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 10956]   £60.00  
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