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The Admiralty.
The Admiralty.
[William Monk.]
[London, 1917.]
Etching, 175 x 250mm. 7 x 9¾". [Sheet trimmed.]
The Admiralty in Whitehall, London; mostly military figures to foreground. Drawn, etched and published by William Monk (1863 - 1937), a skilled architectural draughtsman who started 'The London Calendar' in 1903. The calendar itself (for 1918) has been removed, the upper part of the border visible below title where sheet trimmed.
[Ref: 14010]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Admiralty.
View of the Admiralty.
J.Gendall Del.t. J.C. Stadler Sculp.t.
London. Published Oct.r 1st 1818 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.
A view of the Ripley Building of the Admiralty, built by Thomas Ripley 1723-6, with the front screen added by Robert Adam in 1788. It is regarded as the first purpose-built office buildings in Great Britain and now houses the Cabinet Office. 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.
Adams; 221 item 12.
[Ref: 23096]   £750.00  
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The Admiralty Office at White Hall.
The Admiralty Office at White Hall.
[London: Henry Overton, c.1724.]
Engraving. Plate: 165 x 245mm (6½ x 9¾"). Marking in large margins.
A view of the admiralty from 'Prospects of the most remarkable places in and about the Citty of London, Neatly Engraved' published by Henry Overton.
[Ref: 45319]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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An Airing in Hyde Park.
An Airing in Hyde Park.
Design'd by Edw.d Dayes Draughtsman to his Royal Highness the Duke of York, 1793. Engraved by T..Gaugain.
London, Publish'd Jany. 1796, by T. Gaugain No.4 Little Compton Street Soho.,
Stipple engraving with etching. 460 x 686mm. Minor repairs to outer marginal tears, small faint stain in trees to left.
Very fine. Companion print to 'The Promenade in St. James's' engraved by F.D. Soiron.
[Ref: 1604]   £1,450.00  
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The Queen & Prince Albert taking an airing in Hyde Park.
The Queen & Prince Albert taking an airing in Hyde Park.
Painted by J. Pollard.
Lithd. & Pubd. by Dean & Co. Threadneedle St. [n.d., c.1845.]
Hand coloured lithograph, sheet 220 x 280mm. 8¾ x 11". Sheet trimmed. On linen backing.
The Royal Carriage passing the Wellington Monument (Achilles) on Hyde Park Corner. Very fine colour published for the fashionable pastime of compiling scrap albums. After James Pollard (1792 - 1867).
[Ref: 11712]   £220.00  
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[Apsley House, Hyde Park Corner, London; residence of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769 - 1852).]
[Apsley House, Hyde Park Corner, London; residence of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769 - 1852).]
[Various combinations of artists/lithographers, and printers.]
[London: P. & D. Colnaghi & Co. and J. Mitchell, 1853.]
Scarce set of nine tinted lithographs (only, of ten), from 'Apsley House and Walmer Castle' [by Richard Ford]; includes four double-page folding plates. Smallest sheet 280 x 330mm (11 x 13"); largest 410 x 530mm (16 x 20¾"). Some plates with light, mostly marginal, staining. Some tipped into album pages.
Published six months after the Iron Duke's death these fine views include the Piccadilly front of Apsley House, with figures in carriages, on horseback or walking past with the shadow of the statue erected on Constitution Hill in 1846; interiors such as the secretary's room and the picture gallery with walls hung from floor to ceiling with paintings and a table set for dining. Also a detail from a ceiling design. The artists are Thomas Shotter Boys (1803 - 1874), Joseph Nash (1808 - 1878), and Frank Dillon (1823 - 1909). Apsley House was originally designed and built by Robert Adam between 1771 and 1778 for Baron Apsley – from whom it takes its name. It passed to the Wellesley family in 1807, being first owned by Richard and then his younger brother Arthur Wellesley – the first Duke of Wellington. Wellington is most famous for defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, but this was only the culmination of a brilliant military career, including strings of victories in India and later in Spain. He was also a major politician, rising from representing a small Irish constituency in 1790 to becoming Prime Minister in 1828. The current appearance of Apsley House is the result of alterations made by the Wellesley family, who twice extended the brick Adam house and encased it in stone. The Corinthian portico and two bays of the west wing were added in 1828. Perhaps more importantly, many rooms were redesigned to reflect the Duke of Wellington's rising status: Apsley House’s dazzling interiors are magnificent examples of the Regency style. They provided the perfect backdrop for entertaining, particularly at the annual Waterloo Banquets which commemorated the great victory of 1815.
See BM Maps 149.d.9. Not in Adams. Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 25677]   £720.00   view all images for this item
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Arlington House.
Arlington House.
['IS' monogram in image upper right.]
[British, n.d., originally c.1680.]
Etching, image 70 x 180mm. 2¾ x 7". Laid on a scrap sheet.
View of Arlington House in Green Park, Westminster. Originally called Goring House, Arlington House was the residence of Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, a minister under Charles II. On the demolition of the house, in 1703, the site was purchased by John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, who built on it a mansion of red brick which was eventually to become Buckingham Palace. Possibly this is a copy of a 17th century print.
Guildhall Library Record: 20799. Collage: p5415527.
[Ref: 26444]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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The Army And Navy Club House, Pall Mall.
The Army And Navy Club House, Pall Mall.
Drawn by J. Marchant. Engraved by H. Adlard.
Stationers' Almanack, 1853.
Steel engraving, sheet 250 x 460mm (9¾ x 18"). Trimmed within plate.
View of the Army and Navy Club on the corner of Pall Mall and St James's Square, formerly known as George Street. Men on horseback, horse-drawn carriages and pedestrians in foreground. Engraved for the Stationers' Almanack. Founded in August 1837, the year Queen Victoria acceded to the Throne, the Club was formed to meet the needs of the many army officers wanting to join a Service Club, most of which were already full. The great Duke of Wellington said he would become neither a patron nor a Member unless membership was also offered to officers of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines. Hence, the "Army Club" became the Army and Navy Club. 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 preceeding year.
[Ref: 9977]   £220.00  
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The Army And Navy Club House, Pall Mall.
The Army And Navy Club House, Pall Mall.
Drawn by J. Marchant. Engraved by H. Adlard.
[n.d., c.1865.]
Steel engraving on india. 255 x 440mm (10 x 17¼"), very large margins.
A view of the Army and Navy Club on the corner of Pall Mall and St James's Square, with the crest of the Stationers' Company above the image. The view was originally published as the Stationers' Almanack for 1853, but this example appears to be from a later compilation.
[Ref: 43280]   £260.00  
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His Majesty's Royal Banqueting House of Whitehal. London. 1713.
His Majesty's Royal Banqueting House of Whitehal. London. 1713.
H.Terasson delin et sculp 1713.
[London: D.Mortier., 1713.]
Engraving. 420 x 570mm A few small worm holes.
From Kip's 'Nouveau Theatre de Grand Bretagne'.
[Ref: 7301]   £450.00  
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Covent Garden Market in the Year 1815.
Covent Garden Market in the Year 1815.
Drawn on Stone by David Barber, from an original Picture in the possession of Mr. Butler of Covent Garden. Printd by Engelmann & Co.
Published by John Kendrick No. 54 Leicester Square. [n.d., c.1840.]
Coloured lithograph. 250 x 310mm.
[Ref: 7444]   £380.00  
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Vue prise du haut Parc pres de la Riviere Serpentine. A View in Hide Park near de Serpentine River. 13.
Vue prise du haut Parc pres de la Riviere Serpentine. A View in Hide Park near de Serpentine River. 13.
A Paris chez Basset, Md. d'Estampes, rue St. Jacques, No.64. London Pubd. Mars 1791, as the act Direct. By Molteno Colnaghi & Co. No. 132 Pall Ma['ll' missing].
Etching with coloured aquatint. Sheet 275 x 225mm. Trimmed inside plate mark and through right edge of publication line.
[Ref: 544]   £320.00  
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A Perspective Sketch of the North and East Fronts of Wilton Terrace Belgrave Square.
A Perspective Sketch of the North and East Fronts of Wilton Terrace Belgrave Square.
H.B. delt. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d. c.1830.]
A very scarce lithograph. 147 x 222mm. 5¾" x 8¾". Slight staining.
A view of Wilton Terrace on Belgrave Square.
[Ref: 8998]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Big Ben.]
[Big Ben.]
Sydney R. Jones. [signed in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1930.]
Etching. Plate: 390 x 180mm (15¼ x 7") very large margins.
A view across the Thames towards Elizabeth Tower which houses the famous bell Big Ben.
[Ref: 43564]   £320.00  
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Bloomsbury Square.
Bloomsbury Square. A. A. Hart Street. B.B. Great Russel Street.
[London: Henry Overton, c.1724.]
Engraving. Plate: 165 x 245mm (6½ x 9¾"). Marking in large margins.
A view of Bloomsbury Square with a key, from 'Prospects of the most remarkable places in and about the Citty of London, Neatly Engraved' published by Henry Overton.
[Ref: 45313]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Board of Trade. Whitehall & c. from Downing Street.
Board of Trade. Whitehall & c. from Downing Street.
T.S.Boys Del et Lithog.
[London, T.S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Sheet: 535 x 360mm (21 x 14").
A view of Whitehall, looking towards Charing Cross; the colonnaded government office on the left, the Banqueting House on the right, and the spire of St Martin in the Fields in the distance. Published for Thomas Shotter Boys' 'London As It Is".
Abbey: 240.
[Ref: 47060]   £450.00  
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Board of Trade. Whitehall & c. from Downing Street.
Board of Trade. Whitehall & c. from Downing Street.
T.S.Boys Del et Lithog.
[London, T.S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph with added colour. 320 x 420mm. (12½ x 16½").
A view of Whitehall, looking towards Charing Cross; the colonnaded government office on the left, the Banqueting House on the right, and the spire of St Martin in the Fields in the distance. Published for Thomas Shotter Boys' 'London As It Is".
Abbey: 240.
[Ref: 31371]   £380.00  
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The South Front of The British Museum.
The South Front of The British Museum.
Drawn by F. Mackenzie. Engraved by H. Adlard.
[n.d., c.1865.]
Steel engraving on india. 255 x 440mm (10 x 17¼") very large margins.
A view of the south front of the British Museum, Bloomsbury, facing Great Russell Street. Above the image is the crest of the Stationers' Company. The view was originally published as the Stationers' Almanack 1852, but this example appears to be from a later compilation.
[Ref: 43282]   £260.00  
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Elevation of Eight Houses to be Erected in Brook Street, Hanover Square.
Elevation of Eight Houses to be Erected in Brook Street, Hanover Square.
On Stone by G. Hawkins Junr. Elger, Builder, South St, Park Lane. Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
[London, c.1845.]
Scarce and fine lithograph on india paper, india 270 x 435mm. 10½ x 17". Repaired tears in margins; some staining.
Magnificent architectural prospective view of eight houses in Brook Street, Mayfair. One of the principal streets on the Grosvenor Estate, Brook Street was developed in the first half of the 18th century and runs from Hanover Square to Grosvenor Square. Figures, horses and carriages to street in foreground.
Guildhall Library Record: 20555.
[Ref: 18768]   £280.00  
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[Buckingham House in St Iames Park]
[Buckingham House in St Iames Park]
[Sutton Nicholls sculp]
[c.1728]
Engraving, sheet 300 x 470mm (11¾ x 18½"). Trimmed inside platemark, losing text and coat of arms; creasing; border drawn by hand at edges; label with ms identifying location pasted verso. Very rare and scarce.
Buckingham House in Westminster, London, built in 1703 as a townhouse for the Duke of Buckingham. It was acquired by George III in 1761 as a private residence for Queen Charlotte. During the 19th century considerable alterations and enlargements were made to the residence by George IV, and in 1837 it became the official royal residence of Queen Victoria, now known as Buckingham Palace. Early view of the residence, engraved by Sutton Nicholls. While the plate is best-known for its appearance in the famous 1754 volume of Stowe's Survey of London, it had been sold individually by the publisher John Bowles since 1728.
For uncut later impression see ref. 26386.
[Ref: 38463]   £450.00  
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[Buckingham Palace].
[Buckingham Palace].
Axel H. Haig [signed in pencil]. 'AH' 1901 [etched in plate].
Cpyright 1901, Published by H. Virtue and Company Limited, London.
Etching. Image 250 x 175mm. Time staining from window of old mount.
A view of the palace from the lake at the rear.
[Ref: 2899]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Queen's Palace,
Queen's Palace, St. James's Park.
Rowlandson & Pugin delt. et sculpt. Bluck, aquat.
London Pub. 1st. May 1809, at R. Ackermann’s Repository of Arts 101, Strand.
Hand coloured aquatint, 230 x 275mm. 9 x 10¾".
Buckingham House, the building which forms the core of today's Buckingham Palace, was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and acquired by George III in 1761as a private residence, known as "The Queen's House". It was enlarged over the next 75 years, principally by architects John Nash and Edward Blore, forming three wings around a central courtyard. Buckingham Palace finally became the official royal palace of the British monarch on the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837. Plate to Volume III of Rudolph Ackermann's 'Microcosm of London', 3 vols., 1808-10. Numbered 'Plate 65.' upper right.
Abbey, Scenery: 212, 65.
[Ref: 9879]   £260.00  
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Buckingham Palace [pencil, lower left.]
Buckingham Palace [pencil, lower left.]
JHWiley [signed in pencil lower right.]
[n.d., c.1910.]
Soft ground etching, 155 x 205mm. 6 x 8". Some mount staining.
Buckingham Palace, London, a guardsman and figures in the foreground. By J.H. Wiley.
[Ref: 10689]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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The Garden Front of the King's Palace, at Pimlico.
The Garden Front of the King's Palace, at Pimlico. Stationers' Almanack for 1831.
Drawn & Engraved by Thos. Higham.
[London, c.1831.]
Steel engraving on india laid paper, 265 x 450mm. 10½ x 17¾". A fine impression with full margins.
The west façade of Buckingham Palace, seen from the Palace Gardens; swans on the lake and figures to foreground. This is Higham's view of the garden front of Nash's Palace occupied at the time by William IV. It shows the building as it was before Nash's successors carried out their alterations. From a plate engraved for the Stationers' Almanack. 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. By Thomas Higham (1796 - 1844).
Hyde:pg.25
[Ref: 17700]   £260.00  
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Buckingham Palace.
Buckingham Palace.
Drawn, Printed & Published at G.J. Cox's Litho: Establishment, Royal Polytechnic Institution, 309, Regent St. London. [n.d. c.1840.]
Lithograph on india. 159 x 221mm. 6¼ x 8¾".
Buckingham Palace which was the principal royal residence of Queen Victoria. Seen here still with the Marble Arch, which served as the ceremonial entrance to the Palace precints. It was moved to make way for the east wing, built in 1847, which enclosed the quadrangle.
[Ref: 23762]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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New Palace, St. James's Park.
New Palace, St. James's Park.
Engraved by Wallis from a Drawing by A. Pugin.
Published Nov.r 20, 1827 by J. Robins & Sons.
Engraving. Plate 249 x 444mm. 9¾ x 17½". Trimmed close to the plate.
Buckingham Palace after the palace was rebuilt by John Nash during the reign of George IV with the idea of a new French neo-classical facade, as was preferred by the King.
[Ref: 19262]   £230.00  
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Buckingham Palace.
Buckingham Palace.
E. Walker, Del et Lith. Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.
London, Published May 1st 1852, by Mess.rs Lloyd Brothers & Co., 22 Ludgate Hill.
Hand coloured lithograph, very fine, image 280 x 400mm. 11 x 15¾".
The principal façade, the East Front, of Buckingham Palace, figures watching the guard marching in foreground. The palace was designed by Edward Blore and built by Thomas Cubitt, completed in 1850. Buckingham House, the building which forms the core of today's Buckingham Palace, was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and acquired by George III in 1761 as a private residence, known as "The Queen's House". It was enlarged over the next 75 years, and Buckingham Palace finally became the official royal palace of the British monarch on the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837. From a series of 12 views of famous London buildings by Edmund Walker (1850 - 1856; fl.); Abbey describes the folio as 'Views of the Principal Buildings in London'.
Abbey Scenery 247, 1.
[Ref: 20581]   £690.00  
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A View of the East Front of the Queens Palace, St James's Park.
A View of the East Front of the Queens Palace, St James's Park.
James Miller del. T. Miller sculp.
Publish'd as the Act directs Feby. 15 1783 by T. Miller No.72 Long Acre.
Copper engraving, rare early issue. Image 355 x 535mm, 14 x 21". Extremities frayed and chipped; lacking upper margin. Damaged but very rare.
Scarce view of the east front of Buckingham House, Westminster, with figures strolling in the Park, dressed in the fashions of the day. This building formed the core of today's Buckingham Palace, a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and acquired by George III in 1761as a private residence. It was known as "The Queen's House". It was enlarged over the next 75 years, principally by architects John Nash and Edward Blore, forming three wings around a central courtyard. Buckingham Palace finally became the official royal palace of the British monarch on the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837. James Miller (fl.1773 - 1814). The plate was reissued by Thomas Simpson in 1796.
Guildhall Library Record 20562. Crace XIII, 17.
[Ref: 23523]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Buckingham Palace From St James's Park.
Buckingham Palace From St James's Park.
T.S.Boys Del et Lith.
[London, T.S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph with added colour. 250 x 480mm (9¾ x 19"), with very large margins. Very slight mount stain.
Buckingham Palace, from the side of the lake in St James's Park, from Thomas Shotter Boys' 'London As It Is'.
Abbey: 240.
[Ref: 45735]   £420.00  
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Buckingham House in St Iames Park belonging to the Most Noble & Potent Prince Iohn Sheffield Baron of Botterwick, Earl of Mulgrave, Kn.t of ye most Noble Order of ye Garter, Gentleman of ye Bed-Chamber to K: Ch. 2d. Colonell of the Holland Regiment and
Buckingham House in St Iames Park belonging to the Most Noble & Potent Prince Iohn Sheffield Baron of Botterwick, Earl of Mulgrave, Kn.t of ye most Noble Order of ye Garter, Gentleman of ye Bed-Chamber to K: Ch. 2d. Colonell of the Holland Regiment and Governour of Hull, Vice-Admirall of Yorkshire Northumberland & Bishoprick of Durham and Lord Chamberlain to K. Iames 2.d Created Marquess of Normanby by K. Will. & Qu: Mary, and one of their Ma.ties most Hon:ble Privy Councell, & by Qu: Anne Duke of ye County of Buckingham & of Normanby & Lord Privy Seal.
Printed for & Sold by I. Smith in Exeter Exchang in ye Strand. [n.d. c.1714.]
Engraving. Plate 474 x 595mm. 18¾ x 23½". Fold down centre as published.
View of Buckingham House from outside the gates opening on to the park, showing the fountain in the centre of the forecourt and a number of richly dressed figures strolling around it; other figures beyond the gates in the park; an inscription on the building is lettered "Sic Siti Laetantur Lares".
[Ref: 26386]   £260.00  
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Buckingham House.
Buckingham House.
W. Westall A.R.A. del.t T. Sutherland sculp.t
Pub. Aug.t 1.1819, by A. Dry, 36 Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square.
Aquatint with hand colour, large margins, very fine. Plate 260 x 318mm (10¼ x 12½").
A view of Buckingham House, later Buckingham Palace, London. Published in William Henry Pyne's "History of the Royal Residences".
Abbey Scenery: 396.45.
[Ref: 30980]   £230.00  
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The Queen's Palace, from Green Park, in 1836.
The Queen's Palace, from Green Park, in 1836.
Drawn by T. Maisey. On Stone by W. Gauci. Printed by W. Gauci, 9 North Cres.t Bedf.d Sq.
[n.d., 1836-40.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 405 x 270mm (16 x 10½"). Repaird tear entering inscription area, margins creased.
Buckingham Palace from a lost pond in Green Park, with the Marble Arch still in position as the gatehouse, prior to the construction of the East Wing (1847-50). From 'Landscape and Architecture in a Series of Picturesque Views'
[Ref: 39301]   £320.00  
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Buckingham Palace From St James's Park.
Buckingham Palace From St James's Park.
T.S.Boys Del et Lith.
[London, T.S. Boys, 1843.]
Tinted lithograph. 250 x 480mm (9¾ x 19"), with very large margins.
Buckingham Palace, from the side of the lake in St James's Park, from Thomas Shotter Boys' 'London As It Is'.
Abbey: 240.
[Ref: 40305]   £420.00  
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The New Extended Front Of Buckingham Palace.
The New Extended Front Of Buckingham Palace.
Drawn by J Marchant. Engraved by H. Adlard.
[n.d., c.1865.]
Steel engraving on india. 255 x 440mm (10 x 17¼") very large margins.
A view of the East Front of Buckingham Palace, facing St James's Park, designed by Edward Blore and built by Thomas Cubitt, completed in 1850. Above the image is the crest of the Stationers' Company. The view was originally published as the Stationers' Almanack c.1850, but this example appears to be from a later compilation.
[Ref: 43281]   £260.00  
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[Buckingham Palace & Victoria Memorial.]
[Buckingham Palace & Victoria Memorial.]
Fred. A. Farrell [signed in pencil].
[n.d. c.1925]
Etching. 175 x 430mm. 7 x 17". Blindstamps lower left.
Buckingham Palace on the left, with the Queen's Gardens and Victora Memorial on the right. Etched by Fred Farrell (b.1882) Scottish printmaker and Official Artist with the 51st Highlanders 1914-1918.
[Ref: 7962]   £260.00  
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The King's Libary Buckingham House.
The King's Libary Buckingham House.
J.P. Stephanoff del.t J. Baily sculp.t
Pub. Dec.r 1.1817, by W.H. Pyne, 9 Nassau Street, Soho.
Aquatint with hand colour, large margins and very fine; paper watermarked:1816. Plate 272 x 322mm (10¾ x 12¾").
A view of the King's Library in Buckingham House; books lining all the walls; and a large globe surmounted on the wall above the vast fireplace. Published in William Henry Pyne's "History of the Royal Residences".
Abbey Scenery: 396.48.
[Ref: 30971]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Interior of Burlington Arcade, London.
Interior of Burlington Arcade, London.
[London, Anon., c.1830.]
Steel engraving, book illustration, 140 x 100mm. 5½ x 4".
Figures walking past the retail premises of Lord, hosier and glover and Dawson, shoemaker.
[Ref: 19076]   £40.00   (£48.00 incl.VAT)
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Burlington house in Pickadilly London.
Burlington house in Pickadilly London. Erected by the R.t Honourable Richard Boyle, Earl of Burlington and Cork, Lord High Treasurer of the Kingdom of Ireland &c. Designed by Colen Campbell Anno 1717.
Ca. Campbell Inv. et Delin. H. Hulsburgh Sculp.
[London: Colen Campbell, 1725.]
Engraving. 250 x 500mm (9¾ x 19¾"). Very large margins.
The south façade of Burlington House, designed by Colen Campbell in the new Palladian style, with balustrade and Venetian windows in the projecting end bays. This house and Campbell's monumental book, 'Vitruvius Britannicus' (from which this print comes), were extremely influential on British architecture.
[Ref: 38395]   £260.00  
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Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1954. [Westminster Abbey.]
Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1954. [Westminster Abbey.]
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 western façade of Westminster Abbey, showing the porch built especially for the coronation of Elizabeth II in 1947. 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: 40453]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1957. St Martin's in the Fields...
Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1957. St Martin's in the Fields...
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. Slight staining at top.
A view of the east side of Trafalgar Square, showing two fountains. 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: 40451]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1958. The Law Courts in the Strand...
Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1958. The Law Courts in the Strand...
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. Slight damage in sky.
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: 40450]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1961. Piccadilly Circus.
Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1961. Piccadilly Circus.
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.
Piccadilly Circus, looking past the 'Angel of Christian Charity', erroneously known as Eros. 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: 40447]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1962. The Clock Tower Westminster.
Calendarium Londinense or the London Almanack for the Year 1962. The Clock Tower Westminster.
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.
The Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament, the home of 'Big Ben'. 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: 40446]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Carlton House.
Carlton House.
Published Novr. 29, 1800 by T. Malton.
Hand-coloured aquatint with etching; wide margins, image 210 x 300mm. 8¼" x 11¾".
From 1783 to 1826, Carlton House, in St James's between Pall Mall and The Mall, served as the palatial London residence of the Prince of Wales. There, as Prince and later Prince Regent, George IV lived and entertained lavishly. The Prince decorated Carlton House sparing no expense. 'How sick one shall be, after this chaste palace, of Mr Adam's gingerbread and snippets of embroidery.' Thus wrote Horace Walpole to Lady Ossory in 1785 describing a visit. Carlton House was demolished in 1825 and replaced with two grand white stuccoed terraces of expensive houses known as Carlton House Terrace. The proceeds of the leases were put towards the cost of Buckingham Palace. From 'A Picturesque Tour Through the Cities of London and Westminster, illustrated With the most interesting Views, accurately delineated And executed in Aquatinta by Thomas Malton', 1792 - 1801. Thomas Malton (1748 - 1804) was an architectural watercolourist and teacher of Thomas Girtin and Joseph Mallord William Turner; also an aquatinter, notably after his own designs of London views.
Abbey Scenery: 204, 99.
[Ref: 26225]   £260.00  
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Cavendish Square.
Cavendish Square. Pl 89.
Published July 28, 1800 by T. Malton.
Etching and aquatint, printed in sepia. 290 x 380mm (11¼ x 15"). Repaired tear near title.
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: 30824]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue Du Londres.~Vue de la Maison de Northumberland á Charing Cross de Londres.
Vue Du Londres.~Vue de la Maison de Northumberland á Charing Cross de Londres.
Gravé par Bath. Frederic Leizel. Collection des Prospects
Se Vend á Augsbourg au Negoce comun de l'Acadamie Imperiale d'Empire des Arts libereaux avec Privilege de Sa Majesté Imperiale et avec Defense ni d'enfaire de vendre les Copies
Coloured engraving. 400 x 250mm.
[Ref: 3803]   £220.00  
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A Perspective View of the Royal Stables at Charing Cross.
A Perspective View of the Royal Stables at Charing Cross. [Translated into French to right.]
J.Maurer delin. et Sculp. 1747.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament.
Etching, 190 x 285mm. 7½ x 11¼". Stain spot lower right. A strong impression.
View of the royal stables in the King's Mews, Charing Cross. Trafalgar Square was built on the site. St. Martin-in-the-Fields to right.
[Ref: 11544]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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The Statue of King Charles the Ist at Charing Cross, London.
The Statue of King Charles the Ist at Charing Cross, London.
[London: Henry Overton, c.1724.]
Engraving. Plate: 165 x 245mm (6½ x 9¾"). Marking in large margins.
A view of the statue of King Charles which once stood in the junction at Charing Cross, from 'Prospects of the most remarkable places in and about the Citty of London, Neatly Engraved' published by Henry Overton.
[Ref: 45318]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Charing Cross Bridge.
Charing Cross Bridge.
Printed & Publ.d by G.J. Cox, Royal Polytechnic Institution, 309. Regent St. [n.d. c.1850.]
Tinted lithograph. 171 x 260mm. Some foxing and surface rubbing.
A view of Hungerford Bridge, a suspension footway bridge across the River Thames designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1845. Dismantled and replaced with a railway bridge in 1864, the chains were re-used in Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge.
[Ref: 19580]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Charles Street. [&] Charles Street, Looking East.
Charles Street. [&] Charles Street, Looking East.
No.74 of R: Ackermann's Repository of Arts &c. Pub.d Feb.y 1.1822. [&] No.75 of R: Ackermann's Repository of Arts &c. Pub.d March 1.1822.
A pair of coloured aquatints. 222 x 145mm. 8¾ x 5¾".
Two views of Charles Street from opposite ends, with figures working in the foreground, figures walking, dogs and horses.
Collage: p5424093.
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