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Waterloo Bridge.
Waterloo Bridge. S.t. Martins. Adelphi. S.t. Paul's Covent Garden. Savoy. Covent Garden Theatre. Lancaster Place. Drury Lane Theatre.
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[Published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. Sheet: 650 x 280mm, (25½ x 11") large margins.
Section showing St. Martins to Waterloo Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.' Imagined view along River Thames looking from the site of Charing Cross Station on left to Waterloo Bridge on right. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here, this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988); See Abbey Life: 496.2.
[Ref: 39952]   £320.00  
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[Thames Barges.]
[Thames Barges.]
D.I. Smart [signed in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1935.]
Etching, 200 x 300mm.
Barges moored on the Thames with warehouses in the background. By Douglas Ian Smart RE (1879 - 1970), watercolourist and etcher and pupil of Short noted for his Thames scenes featuring shipping.
Guichard British Etchers: pg. 59.
[Ref: 7383]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Battersea, Chelsea, & London, from Mr. Rucker's Villa.
Battersea, Chelsea, & London, from Mr. Rucker's Villa.
J. Farington R.A. delt. J. C. Stadler Sculpt.
Pub. June 1, 1795, by J. & J. Boydell, Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, & No. 90, Cheapside.
Sepia aquatint. 320 x 220mm.
From the 'History of the River Thames'.
Abbey: 432.
[Ref: 2395]   £240.00  
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View of Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, from the Patent Shot Manufactory on the South Side of the River.
View of Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, from the Patent Shot Manufactory on the South Side of the River.
Drawn & Etch'd by Danl. Turner. Aquatinted by Thos.Sutherland.
Publish'd Septr. 1, 1803, by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street London.
Aquatint and Etching. 290 x 410mm
Watt's Shot Tower on the Lambeth bank of the River Thames in the foreground. The area around the 1789 square tower was known as Prince's Meadow made up of dwelling houses, warehouses, dyehouses, storehouses, accounting houses, brewhouses, coachhouses, carthouses, stables, sawhouses, cranes, sheds, wharves, yards, gardens, fields, ponds and canals.
[Ref: 6201]   £420.00  
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A View of part Blackfriars Bridge of the Tower
A View of part Blackfriars Bridge of the Tower and of the Manufacture for Cartridge Balls taken from the Terrace over Somerset House. [Translated into French below.]
[n.d., c.1790.]
Aquatint and etching, sheet 195 x 225mm. 7¾ x 8¾". Trimmed inside plate.
View of part of Blackfriars Bridge and Watt's Shot Tower on the Lambeth bank of the River Thames, London, from Somerset House. After painter Louis Bélanger (1756 - 1816), engraved by Laurent Guyot (1756 - 1806). Numbered '15' above image. Very rare.
[Ref: 9138]   £240.00  
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Blackfriars Bridge.
Blackfriars Bridge.
Percy Thomas 1862? [signed in plate.]
Pubd by Mrs. J. Neasden? 109, Strand.
Etching, 135 x 275mm. 5¼ x 10¾". Creases to fine, thin paper. Slightly soiled.
Thames scene, with shipping in front of the bridge. Percy Thomas R.E. (c.1846 - 1922) was a painter and etcher of landscapes, genre scenes and portraits. He was born in London in 1846 and studied at the Royal Academy Schools as well as under James Abbott McNeill Whistler as his first pupil. Whistler taught him to etch, and in 1874 he etched a portrait of his master for inclusion in Ralph Thomas's Catalogue of Whistler's Etchings. Percy Thomas exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1867 and was elected a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1881. He lived in London and later in Hove, Sussex.
[Ref: 12322]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Blackfriars Bridge, with a view of St. Paul's Cathedral.]
[Blackfriars Bridge, with a view of St. Paul's Cathedral.]
A. J. Bond [pencil signature].
[British, n.d. c.1930]
Etching, watermarked laid paper, 250 x 175mm. 9¾ x 7".
Attractive view across the River Thames towards the City of London; barges and a tugboat on the water in foreground. By Arthur J F Bond. Born in Devonport in 1888, he moved to Twickenham, Barnes and Richmond and exhibited at the Royal Academy.
[Ref: 22823]   £320.00  
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Blackfriars and St Pauls.
Blackfriars and St Pauls.
J. Lewis Stant signed in pencil.
[n.d. c.1930.]
Etching with pencil signature, very fine with large margins. Plate 178 x 330mm. 7 x 13".
A view from the south side of the bridge with barges moored on the bank and a small steamer heading downstream. Buses seen on the bridge with the dome of St Paul's behind. J. Lewis Stant, landscape painter and etcher. Exhibited between 1931 and 1939 at the Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham, R.B.A, R.C.A, R.H.A. and R.S.A.
[Ref: 27886]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Part of the Bridge at Blackfriars. As it was in July 1766.
Part of the Bridge at Blackfriars. As it was in July 1766.
Edw.d Rooker delin et Sculp.
Published Jan:y 1st 1777 by John Boydell Engraver, in Cheapside, London.
Coloured engraving. 420 x 660mm (16½ x 26") large margins. Tear in margin taped, slightly toned overall.
The first Blackfriars Bridge, built by Robert Milne from Portland stone, opening 1769. This plate was first published by Rooker in 1766.
[Ref: 44471]   £620.00  
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Part of the Bridge at Blackfriars. As it was in July 1766.
Part of the Bridge at Blackfriars. As it was in July 1766.
Edw.d Rooker delin et Sculp.
Published Jan:y 1st 1777 by John Boydell Engraver, in Cheapside, London.
Fine engraving. Plate: 550 x 420mm (21¾ x 16½"). Frame: 800 x 620mm (31½ x 24½"). Unexamined out of frame.
The first Blackfriars Bridge, built by Robert Mylne from Portland stone, opening 1769. This plate was first published by Rooker in 1766.
[Ref: 44965]   £850.00  
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Blackfriars Bridge.
Blackfriars Bridge. Gardens. Grand Junction Wharf. White Friars Dock. S.t. Brides Church. City Gas Works.
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[Published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph. Sheet: 645 x 275mm, (25½ x 11") large margins.
Section showing Blackfriars Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.' Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correclty above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
Collage: p749801x; R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988). See Abbey Life: 496.2.
[Ref: 39951]   £330.00  
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A View of Part of the Intended Bridge at Blackfriars London in August MDCCLXIII.
A View of Part of the Intended Bridge at Blackfriars London in August MDCCLXIII. By Robert Mylne Architect. Engraved by Piranesi at Rome.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, 10th March 1766.
Fine engraving. Framed. Image: 600 x 395mm (23½ x 15½"). Frame: 800 x 630mm (31½ x 24¾"). Unexamined out of frame. Light foxing in sky.
A view of the first Blackfriars Bridge, built by Robert Mylne from Portland stone, opening 1769. Mylne was a young Scot who had studied architecture in Rome, where he had been befriended by Piranesi. Having won the commission to build Blackfriars Bridge, Mylne sent his mentor a drawing of the work in progress. In an incredible act of generosity Piranesi replied by sending a copper plate of professional quality back to London where Mylne had it published. With key engraved below.
[Ref: 44966]   £2,000.00  
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Blackfriars from Southwark Bridge.
Blackfriars from Southwark Bridge.
T.S. Boys Del et Lithog. [Printed by Charles Hullmandel.]
[London: T. S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph. 175 x 450mm (7 x 17¾"), very large margins.
View of Blackfriars Bridge from Southwark Bridge with boats on the River Thames. St Paul's Cathedral can be seen on the right of the picture. From 'Original Views of London As It Is' by Thomas Shotter Boys, published in 1843.
Abbey 239, "A book of considerable importance".
[Ref: 39693]   £300.00  
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Blackfriars from Southwark Bridge.
Blackfriars from Southwark Bridge.
T.S. Boys Del et Lithog. [Printed by Charles Hullmandel.]
[London: T. S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph with added hand colour. 175 x 450mm (7 x 17¾").
View of Blackfriars Bridge from Southwark Bridge with boats on the River Thames. St Paul's Cathedral can be seen on the right of the picture. From 'London As It Is' by Thomas Shotter Boys, published in 1843.
[Ref: 866]   £480.00  
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Surrey Side near Blackfriars..
Surrey Side near Blackfriars..
Nathaniel Sparks signed in Pencil.
n.d. c.1921
etching 242 x 154mm
Nathaniel Sparks R.E. [1880-1956]
[Ref: 5681]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1955. The Upper Pool of London.
Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1955. The Upper Pool of London.
Drawn and etched by Leonard Squirrel, R.W.S., R.E.
London. Published by Walker's Galleries, Ltd., 118 New Bond Street, W.1. The London Calendar. Originated by W. Monk, 1903.
Etching. Image 175 x 250mm (7 x 9¾"), with letterpress calendar underneath.
A view of the wharfs on the Thames, looking up towards Tower Bridge. An issue of 'Monk's Calendar', a publication for print collectors founded in 1902 by William Monk (1863-1937) and published yearly until the year 2004.
[Ref: 40452]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Section showing St. Mary Somerset to Southwark Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[Section showing St. Mary Somerset to Southwark Bridge, from 'View of the North Bank of the Thames from Westminster Bridge, to London Bridge. Shewing that Part of the Improvements Suggested by Lt.-Col. Trench, which is Intended to Carry into Execution.']
[T.M. Baynes. Charles Hullmandel.]
[published by Ackermann, 1825.]
Coloured lithograph, printed area 205 x 670mm. 10¾ x 26½".
Imagined view along River Thames showing the area between the site now occupied by the Millennium Bridge (on the left), and Southwark Bridge on the right. Landmarks annotated along bottom are 'Steel Yard', the Wren church of St Mary Somerset, Bow Church, Queenhithe Stairs, St James Garlick Hill (also designed by Wren), the British Copper Company, St Antholia on Watling Street (a church now destroyed but considered one of Wren's finest buildings), and St Michael College Hill. Colonel (later General Sir Frederick) Trench originated the idea of the Thames Embankment, for which a bill was (unsuccessfully) presented to Parliament in 1825. Revived, work on the Embankment started in 1864, although to a different design than is shown here. Drawn by Thomas Mann Baynes, the panorama shows the riverside as it appeared in 1825, from Westminster to London Bridge, with Trench's proposed embankment running from Whitehall to Blackfriars Bridge, with the skyline of London shown correctly above; this would have been one of nine lithographic sheets.
see R.Hyde, 'Panoramania!' (1988), see Abbey Life: 496
[Ref: 27503]   £260.00  
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City of London.
City of London.
Claude H. Rowbotham. [signed in pencil].
[n.d., c.1900.]
Etching and aquatint printed in colours. 225 x 150mm.
Claude Hamilton Rowbotham 1864-1949. Watercolour painter of landscapes and coastal scenes, both in England and on the Continent. He was related to the Rowbotham family of painters who originated in Bristol area. He used characteristically bright colours.
[Ref: 8056]   £260.00  
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[The Embankment looking towards Westminster.]
[The Embankment looking towards Westminster.]
Ssigned in pencil by W. L. Wyllie.
[n.d., c.1920.]
Drypoint, 150 x 200mm. Cracked on left plate impress.
William L. Wyllie [1851-1931] Born 5th July 1851, in London. The British marine artist William Lionel Wyllie was the son of He attended Heatherley’s art school until the age of fifteen, leaving to study at the Royal Academy Schools, where he won the Turner Medal at the age of eighteen. In the early 1870’s Wyllie became an illustrator for the Graphic. He held several exhibitions at galleries of the Fine Art Society and elsewhere. In 1889 he was elected an associate of the Royal Academy, and exhibited his work their in 1901. Wyllie spent much of his time at sea working for the White Star Shipping Line, and serving in the Royal Navy during WWI. painting seascapes and coastal landscapes. It was his etchings and watercolours showing working life on the Thames and the Medway that brought him widespread popularity. Later in his life he played an important role in the restoration of the Victory. Wyllie died on the 6th April 1931 in Hampstead, and scouts from the 1st Portchester Sea Scout Troop, which he had founded, rowed his coffin across Portsmouth Harbour for his burial at Portchester Castle.
[Ref: 6759]   £480.00  
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The First Winter of Cleopatra's Needle on the Thames 1878-9.
The First Winter of Cleopatra's Needle on the Thames 1878-9.
CPSlocombe Jan.y 10/79.
Etching. Plate 198 x 457mm. 7¾ x 18". Crease lower right-hand corner.
A view of London at winter time, ice seen on the Thames. Cleaopatra's Needle was transported from Alexandria in 1877 and erected in London in August, 1878. Seen the other side of the Needle is Hungerford Bridge, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Bridge and part of Westminster Abbey.
See: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco: 1978.1.24 .
[Ref: 19206]   £260.00  
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[Cleopatra's Needle & Waterloo Bridge.]
[Cleopatra's Needle & Waterloo Bridge.]
Fred. A. Farrell [signed in pencil.]
[n.d. c.1925.]
Etching. 235 x 375mm (9¼ x 14¾").
A view of the Embankment, with Cleopatra's Needle, with the dome of St Paul's Cathedral rising above Waterloo Bridge. Frederick Farrell (1882-1935), a Scottish self-taught etcher & watercolourist, was the official artist with the 51st Highlanders during the First World War.
[Ref: 33835]   £320.00  
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[Cleopatra's Needle and Waterloo Bridge] [No.5]
[Cleopatra's Needle and Waterloo Bridge] [No.5]
Arthur Spencer [pencil signature to the bottom left-hand side outside the image]
[n.d. c.1920.]
Etching. Image 139 x 197mm. 5½ x 7¾".
View along the Embankment with Cleopatra's Needle in the Foreground against the backdrop of Waterloo Bridge and Somerset House.
[Ref: 13875]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[County Hall and Westminster Bridge.]
[County Hall and Westminster Bridge.]
A Watson Turnbull [pencil signature].
[n.d. c.1920s.]
Etching on watermarked laid paper, 175 x 250mm. 7 x 9¾".
Tugboats and other shipping on the River Thames in foreground. Andrew Watson Turnbull (British, b.1874) was a painter, etcher and stained glass artist who exhibited at the R.A. and elsewhere.
[Ref: 22144]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue meridionale de la fameus douane dite Custom House à Londres.
Vue meridionale de la fameus douane dite Custom House à Londres.
G.G. Hammer fec.
[c.1820]
Aquatint, printed in colours and hand-finished. 430 x 550mm. Some wear to edges, small hole in sky.
[Ref: 2942]   £590.00  
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Custom House.
Custom House.
T.S.Boys Del et Lithog.
[London, T.S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph with added colour. 435 x 320mm, 17 x 12½".
The Custom House, on Lower Thames Street between London Bridge and the Tower, from Thomas Shotter Boys' 'London As It Is".
Abbey: 240.
[Ref: 16589]   £450.00  
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View Of The New Custom House,
View Of The New Custom House, Taken From The River Thames.
Published 12th. Augt. 1822, by Richd. H. Laurie, No.53. Fleet Street London.
Etching and engraving in fine contemporary hand colour, 290 x 440mm. 11½ x 17¼". Margins tatty, with several tears, one into plate (not image) from above.
View of the Custom House from the River Thames.
[Ref: 9143]   £260.00  
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A View of the Custom House, with part of the Tower,
A View of the Custom House, with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. [Translated into French to right.]
Printed for John Bowles at the Black Horse in Cornhil, & Carrington Bowles in St. Paul's Church Yard, London. [n.d. c.1780.]
Etching, 175 x 270mm. 7 x 10½". Tear into French title.
View of the Custom House with boats on the River Thames and the Tower of London in the distance. From a series of reduced views in London, numbered '4a' upper right. After John Maurer (fl.1713 - c.1761).
[Ref: 11361]   £140.00  
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A view of the Custom House, with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise a Londres.
A view of the Custom House, with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise a Londres.
Maurer Delin. T. Bowles Sculp.
Printed for Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard, John Bowles in Cornhil, _ and Rob.t Sayer in Fleet Street.
Engraving and etching in fine contemporary hand colour. Plate 265 x 400mm. 10½ x 15¾". Small tears into the margins; very fine colours. Chip with paper loss into upper right-hand margin.
View of the Custom House with boats on the River Thames and the Tower of London in the distance.
[Ref: 21307]   £350.00  
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The Custom House.
The Custom House.
Drawn and Lith by T. Turner.
5 Hatton Garden. [n.d. c.1830.]
Tinted lithograph. 171 x 222mm. 6¾ x 8¾".
The Custom House from the River Thames; sailing boats docked three abreast, steamers passing by. The London Monument behind in the background.
[Ref: 20337]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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A South View of the New Custom House.
A South View of the New Custom House. Reduced from a Drawing by D. Laing, Esq.r the Architect.
J.C. Stadler Sculp.t.
London. Published April 1st 1817 at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand.
Aquatint, printed in colours and hand finished. 395 x 505mm, 15½ x 19¾. Unexamined out of frame.
David Laing (1774-1856) built the New Custom House in 1817 publishing a book chronicling his problems with the foundations the next year. Subsidence caused the building to collapse in 1825, causing the ruin of Laing's business. The view is from a series of eighteen 'Views of London' published by Ackermann between 1811 and 1822, engraved mostly from paintings by John Gendall and Thomas Shepherd; it is likely that one of these artists sketched Laing's drawing for engraving.
Adams; 221 item 6.
[Ref: 23094]   £750.00  
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A View of the Custom House, with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London.
A View of the Custom House, with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vue de la Douane de Londre et d une partie de la Tour prise de al Thamise.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliamen 1753.
Hand-coloured engraving and etching. Plate 241 x 387mm. 9½ x 15¼".
View of the Custom House with boats on the River Thames and the Tower of London in the distance; vue d'optique.
See Ref: 11361 [for similar inverted image].
[Ref: 26085]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Custom House with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise a Londres.
A View of the Custom House with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise a Londres.
Maurer delin. Publish'd according to Act of Parliament 1753. T. Bowles Sculp.
London Printed for T. Bowles in St. Paul's Church Yard. John Bowles and Jon, in Cornhill. Rob.t Sayer in Fleet Street, and Hen.y Overton without Newgate.
Coloured engraving. Plate 260 x 400mm. 10¼ x 15¾". Fine; small hole by dinghy to left.
View from the river of the Custom House, looking east towards the Tower of London; a large boat flying a flag with raised sails in foreground to right; unloading vessels along the bank to the left.
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A View of the Custom House with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise a Londres.
A View of the Custom House with part of the Tower, taken from ye River Thames London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise a Londres. 26.
Maurer delin. Publish'd according to Act of Parliament. T. Bowles Sculp.
London, Printed for Bowles & Carver, 69 St Paul's Church Yard, R. Wilkinson, 58 Cornhill, & Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street. [n.d. c.1800.]
Coloured engraving, fine colour. Plate 260 x 400mm. 10¼ x 15¾". Foxing, repaired tears around edges, and one tear into lower plate at left.
View from the river of the Custom House, looking east towards the Tower of London; a large boat flying a flag with raised sails in foreground to right; unloading vessels along the bank to the left.
[Ref: 26145]   £280.00  
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The Custom House.
The Custom House.
[Published May 29th, 1799 by T. Malton.]
Etching and aquatint. 247 x 321mm. 9¾ x 12¾". Trimmed.
View of the Custom House from the river Thames, looking towards London Bridge, with the Custom House on the right and St Paul's in the distance on the left; boats in the foreground. Illustration to Malton's 'Picturesque Tour'. Malton's 'Picturesque Tour' includes 100 aquatinted plates separated between two volumes, and, according to Adams, is remarkable for being the first considerable collection of London topography and architecture engraved in aquatint.
Abbey Scenery: 204.76.
[Ref: 25748]   £240.00  
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A View of Custom House w.th part of the Tower; taken from the River Thames, London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise Londres.
A View of Custom House w.th part of the Tower; taken from the River Thames, London. Vüe de la Douane et une partie de la Tour, prise de la Riviere Thamise Londres. 9.
Printed for Rob.t Sayer, at the Golden Buck opposite Fetter Lane, Fleetstreet & Hen.y Overton without Newgate. [n.d. c.1770.]
Engraving. Plate 171 x 274mm. 6¾ x 10¾".
View from the river of the Custom House, looking east towards the Tower of London; a large boat flying a flag with raised sails in foreground to right. One from a series of small views published by Sayer around mid-century.
[Ref: 26142]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Custom House.
The Custom House. Plate. 76.
Published May 29th 1799 by T. Malton.
Coloured etching and aquatint, printed in sepia. 290 x 380mm (11¼ x 15").
Thomas Ripley's Custom House, begun 1715, from the Thames, with the dome of St Paul's Cathedral and the Monument on the skyline. The artist, Thomas Malton (1748-1804), taught watercolour to Thomas Girtin and Joseph Mallord William Turner. He was also skilled in aquatint, and published many of his own designs, including 'A Picturesque Tour Through the Cities of London and Westminster', one of the key topographical resources for late Georgian London from which this view comes.
[Ref: 30826]   £240.00  
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A View of the Custom House, w.th part of the Tower,
A View of the Custom House, w.th part of the Tower, taken from the River Thames London.
London Printed for & Sold by C. Dicey & Co. in Aldermary Church Yard. [n.d. c.1760.]
Etching with very large margins, 18th century watermark; 175 x 280mm. (7 x 11").
View of the Custom House with boats on the River Thames and the Tower of London in the distance, after John Maurer (fl.1713 - c.1761). The publisher, Cluer Dicey (fl. c.1740-70), specialised in copies of other prints and restrikes: he is best known for the last printings of John Speed's county maps in 1770, nearly 160 years after they were engraved!
[Ref: 33779]   £240.00  
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Stationers Almanack for the year 1819.
Stationers Almanack for the year 1819. New Custom House, London.
London, Published by J. Robins & Co. Evy Lane, Paternoster Row, C. Ryland, 83 Cannon Street, and J. Robins & Sons, No. 57 Tooley Street.
Hand coloured engraving, rare. Sheet size: 255 x 490mm (10 x 19¼"). Trimmed inside lower platemark. Fine colour.
A view of the Custom House from the quayside. From the Stationers Almanack for the year 1819. The view is set within a decorative border with a coat of arms at the top and allegorical figures on either side. The Stationers' Company had published the Stationers' Almanack since 1747, a single-sheet which consisted of calendar text set out beneath an engraved headpiece that recorded significant events of the preceding year.
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Deptford Pier & Improvments, by Act of Parliament 5th. William 4th. &c. &c. &c. &c.
Deptford Pier & Improvments, by Act of Parliament 5th. William 4th. &c. &c. &c. &c.
Batemans lithog. 16 Bucklersbury.
[n.d., c.1835.]
Lithograph. Rare. Sheet: 500 x 340mm (19¾ x 13¼"). Staining.
Following the closing of Deptford docks in the early 19th century following the end of the Napoleonic Wars the area declined and in 1839 a act was passed for the improvement of the area.
[Ref: 42778]   £320.00  
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Dewar Challenge Trophy.
Dewar Challenge Trophy. This is to Certify that M.r Beaumont Critchley Holds the Challenge Trophy for the Year 1903. Presented by Sir Thomas Dewar.
W. W. Burgess R.E. Del et Sculp.
Etching, signed in pencil. 420 x 600mm. Framed.
A view of London from south of the river, with St Paul's Cathedral and Watt's Shot Tower, Belvedere Road, Lambeth. Sir Thomas Robert Dewar (1864 - 1930) turned his family whisky business into an international success by sponsoring sporting events around the world. In the U.S. there were 'Dewar Challenge Trophys' for Soccer and motor racing. What competition this view celebrates is unknown. Besides his whisky Dewar is known for 'Dewarism', a philosophy stating that success can be attained without compromising joy in life. One of his aphorisms is the famous 'Experience is what you get when you're looking for something else'.
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The Contest for Doggett's Coat & Badge A Prize rowed for every 1sy Augst.
The Contest for Doggett's Coat & Badge A Prize rowed for every 1sy Augst.
[n.d.1838]
Engraving 160 x 125mm 5 x 6¼".
View of the River Thames looking towards the north bank near Blackfriars Bridge, with St Paul’s Cathedral to the far right. Spectators on shore and in boats are watching watermen. Thomas Doggett, an Irish comedian and joint manager of the Drury Lane Theatre, provided in his will dated 10th September 1721, for a prize of a coat and silver badge to be rowed for annually by six watermen within a year of completing their apprenticeships. Doggett was no innovator in founding a race, as it was common custom for rowing wagers to take place on the river. Being a Whig, he was passionately devoted to the House of Hanover and laid down that the race was to be held each '1st day of August forever' to commemorate the accession of George I, and he even adopted upon his silver badge the White Horse of Hanover with 'Liberty' for the motto. Doggett organised the race himself from 1715 until his death in 1721, when he left instructions for the event to be managed by Mr Edward Burt of the Admiralty Office. However, as this proved too much of a burden, it was arranged that the executors of his will paid over to the Fishmongers' Company £300 and that the company, who also added £50 to the fund, should carry out Doggett's instructions. The course was originally four and half miles long from 'The Swan' at London Bridge to 'The Swan' at Chelsea. The Barge Master of the Fishmongers' Company would start the race and the Clerk of the Watermen and Lightermen's Hall would receive a fee of thirty shillings from each competitor (indicating that at one time the whole event was arranged by that company). As a real test of stay and endurance, the race used to be rowed in heavy old wherries which had to be pulled up against the ebb tide - sometimes it took contestants nearly two hours to row the distance! By 1769 all vessels had to be 'common Scullers Boats' and examined by the Fishmonger's Company. Originally, the six watermen were drawn by lots which meant that not all contestants had a fair chance of winning. Later in the 19th century a trial heat system at Putney was introduced to select the final best six men for the race. The winner was paraded every year at a banquet at Fishmongers' Hall wearing a bright crimson coat with the silver badge on his right arm. At first the Coat and Badge formed the only prize, although later it was decided that the Fishmongers' Company should add ten pounds for the first prize and smaller sums of money for the runners up. A famous winner in 1730 was John Broughton, a champion pugilist. Another famous name was William Giles East, the Sculling Championship of England. Doggett's Coat & Badge race is the oldest annually contested event in the British sporting calendar.
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[View by the River Thames near Nine Elms].
[View by the River Thames near Nine Elms].
J.W. Edye fecit [faint scratched letters].
[n.d. c.1787].
Proof etching with aquatint. Printed area 560x 425mm. Crudely trimmed, with plate mark showing in places. Repaired tear c.2cm into plate at bottom, outside aquatint frame.
View from Nine Elms, between Battersea and Vauxhall, from a painting by John Cleveley.
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Thames Embankment.
Thames Embankment.
T.G. Dutton, chromo-lith. Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.
London, Published June 11th. 1864 by Day & Son, Lithographers to The Queen & H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, Gate Street, Lincolns Inn Fields.
Chromolithograph, image 190 x 360mm. 7½ x 14¼". Laid on card. Slightly foxed margins a little cropped, so lacking some lettering.
View of Victoria Embankment showing a proposed steamboat landing pier on the River Thames at Temple; designed for the Metropolitan Board of Works by J.W. Bazalgette. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
[Ref: 26234]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Thames from the Embankment to Blackfriars]
[The Thames from the Embankment to Blackfriars]
Fred. A. Farrell [signed in pencil]
[n.d. c.1925]
Etching. 285 x 365mm.
b.1882. Scotland. Official Artist with the 51st Highlanders 1914-1918.
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[From the Temple to Waterloo.]
[From the Temple to Waterloo.]
H.Gallon. [Pencil signature.]
London, Published Dec 28th 1887 by Louis Brall & Son, 38 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, W.C. [Pencil.]
Etching. Signed proof, edition limited to 225. 330 x 750mm. Printseller's Association blindstamp lower left. Framed.
Robert Gallon [1845 - 1925] was a landscape painter who lived in London. He travelled extensively throughout the British Isles to paint his subjects. His etchings appear loose but actually have defined detail. The silhouetted buildings along the Temple Embankment and busy barges making their way along the Thames are a very good contrast to the companion etching 'Tidal Thames' where the wintery sky and snow covered banks show the Thames as a busy river highway. Gallon actively exhibited during the years 1868 - 1903 at the principal London Galleries, particularly the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of British Artists.
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Fair on the Thames Feb. 1814.
Fair on the Thames Feb. 1814.
Drawn by Luke Clennell. Engraved by George Cooke.
London, Published March 31, 1814 [by W.B. Cooke, 12 York Place, Pentonville.]
Engraving. 155 x 255mm (6 x 9¾"), with very large margins. Uncut.
A frost fair on the frozen Thames, looking toward St Paul's Cathedral. It started on February 1st and lasted four days, during which time an elephant was led across the river below Blackfriars Bridge and George Davis type-set and printed a 124-page book, 'Frostiana', from a stall on the ice. This was the last frost fair: not only was the climate growing milder but the Old London Bridge, with narrow arches that restricted water flow, was demolished in 1831. From 'The Thames' by Samuel Owen (c.1769-1857).
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A View of Frost Fair, on The Thames, February 1814.
A View of Frost Fair, on The Thames, February 1814. The Year 1814 will be long remembered for the severe frosts and heavy falls of snow with which it commenced, and by which the rivers were rendered innavigable, and the public roads for several days impassable. At the beginning of February the river was completely blocked with ice, between London and Blackfriars Bridges, where a fair was kept, 3 or 4 days, with booths, swings, skittles, presses printing tickets in commemoration &c. &c.
Published by T. Batchelar, 115, Long Alley, Moorfields.
Woodcut. Sheet: 550 x 440mm (21¾ x 17¼") very large margins. Creasing, slight crinkling in title and surface dirt.
A very good impression of this rare image showing the various activities taking place on the frozen Thames. Groups of figures crowd around tents selling food, drink, people play in swings, play skittles and ride horses while lots of figures are showing slipping on or falling in the ice.
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Fulham.
Fulham.
Thos: Priest Pinx: et Sculp:
Publish'd According to Act of Parliament September 25. 1738.
Etching, 255 x 370mm. 10 x 14½". Margin trimmed.
View of Fulham showing All Saints Church, the wooden Putney Bridge over the River Thames, and figures including a ferryman on his boat in the foreground. Numbered '4' lower right.
Guildhall Library Record: 23145.
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The late Mr. Garrick's Villa.
The late Mr. Garrick's Villa.
J. Farington R.A. delt. J. C. Stadler Sculpt.
Pub. June 1, 1793, by J. & J. Boydell, Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, & No. 90, Cheapside.
Sepia aquatint. 320 x 220mm. Stain top right hand corner
From the 'History of the River Thames'.
Abbey: 432.
[Ref: 2407]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the British Plate Glass Manufacture. [&] View of the British Plate Glass Warehouse.
View of the British Plate Glass Manufacture. [&] View of the British Plate Glass Warehouse.
[n.d., c.1794.]
Aquatint, watermark Whatman 1794. Plate: 210 x 265mm (8¼ x 10½") very large margins. Central crease.
Two views, the top a view of the factory and below the British Plate Glass Warehouse near Blackfriars Bridge in London.
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