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Abbotsbury, from the East.
Abbotsbury, from the East.
Printed by C.Hullmandel
Coloured lithograph 350 x 255mm image. Tear in top margin.
Abbotsbury is a village on the south coast of England ten miles to the north west of Portland Bill. Visible archaeology testifies to its occupation over the last 6,000 years: Chesil Beach and the Fleet the largest formation of its kind in Europe - and possibly the world - and part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.
[Ref: 3373]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Abbotsbury] St. Catherine's Chapel, Dorset.
[Abbotsbury] St. Catherine's Chapel, Dorset.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, London, May 20, 1825.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12") large margins. Foxing.
A view of the medieval chapel on the hill by Abbotsbury in Dorset, in the distance Chesil Beach and Portland can be seen. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 47145]   £230.00  
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Mill House, Abinger. [pencil.]
Mill House, Abinger. [pencil.]
Walter G. Price. [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1920.]
Etching, signed by the artist. 85 x 130mm, 3¼ x 5".
Abinger, near Dorking, Surrey. Price was born in Birmingham, His etchings were exhibited between 1910-1933, including one at the R.A.
[Ref: 11661]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Prison and Castle
Prison and Castle from the Huntingdon Road.
W. Westall del.t / J.C. Stadler sculp.t
London, Puv. Oct. 1 1814 at 101 Strand for Ackermann's History of Cambridge
Aquatint with hand-colouring, platemark 255 x 300mm (10 x 11¾"). Creases; weak impression.
View along what is now Castle Street, Cambridge, with a view of Castle Mound, the ruined castle (a site now occupied by the Grade-II listed Castle Inn), and the octagonal prison (left). Constructed according to Jeremy Betham's principle of the 'panopticon' whereby inmates could be surveilled from a central vantage point, the prison was built between 1802 and 1807. It was used until 1915, and demolished in 1928-9. The site is now occupied by the Shire Hall (which reused bricks from the prison in its walls). For Ackermann's 'History of Cambridge'.
Abbey Scenery 79.
[Ref: 36199]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Acklam in Cleveland in the County of Yorke the Seat of the Hon.ble. S.r W.m. Hustler K.t.
Acklam in Cleveland in the County of Yorke the Seat of the Hon.ble. S.r W.m. Hustler K.t.
L. Knyff Del. J. Kip sculp.
[London: Joseph Smith, c.1707.]
Engraving. 355 x 480mm (13¾ x 18¾"). Thread margins top and right.
A bird's-eye view of Acklam Hall, built c.1680 by William Hustler (16551730), a draper and MP for Northallerton (1695-1702), Ripon (1702-5) and for Northallerton again (1705-1710). In 2011 Middlesborough Council sold the hall and land for £900,000, despite other valuations putting its worth at £4,000,000; in October 216 the council revealed that it had only received the initial £120,358 deposit! Action has yet to be taken. From 'Britannia Illustrata'.
[Ref: 45185]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Albion Hotel & Parade, Eastbourne.
Albion Hotel & Parade, Eastbourne.
Published by T.S. Gowland Library, Eastbourne. [n.d. c.1880.]
Engraving. 88 x 114mm. 3½ x 4½". Bit messy.
A view of the Albion Hotel, which was removed in 1882 to make way for the new Electric Light Company.
[Ref: 19104]   £30.00   (£36.00 incl.VAT)
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Alborough, Suffolk.
Alborough, Suffolk.
Painted by J.M.W. Turner, R.A. Engraved by E. Goodall.
London, Published Dec.r 1. 1827, for the Proprietor, by Robert Jennings, Poultry. Printed by McQueen.
Engraving with small margins. Plate 252 x 305mm (10 x 12").
Part III, No.3 River landscape at Aldeburgh, with figures in a rowing boat in foreground at left handling a mast floating in the water; another rowing boat at right, sailing boat and ships in background; Martello Tower in middle ground at right, windmill and buildings of town in the distance. From 'Picturesque Views in England and Wales'.
[Ref: 34709]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Allington Castle.
Allington Castle.
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by C. Hullmandel.
Printed by C. Hullmandel. [n.d., c1850.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 410 x 340mm, (16 x 13¼"); large margins. Some marking.
A view of Allington Castle in Kent. The castle, first built in the 12th century fell into ruin after the owner Thomas Wyatt forfeited the property in 1584 following an unsucessful rebellion against Queen Mary. The castle was eventually restored in the twentieth century and is once again a private residence.
[Ref: 40759]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Alnwick Castle.]
[Alnwick Castle.]
Drawn and Engraved by T.M. Richardson.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Mezzotint and etching on india, proof before title. 215 x 320mm (9¾ x 12½"). Blindstamp bottom right of india. Very large margins. Surface soiling on backing board.
Alnwick Castle from woods above the castle. From a group illustrating castles on the border of England and Scotland. Thomas Miles Richardson, (1784-1848), succeeded father as master of St Andrew's Charity School, Newcastle, 1806. In 1813 he resigned his school position to devote his life to painting. Initially his work attracted little local interest, and he found it difficult to make a living as an artist. However, from 1814, he began to gain a wide reputation as a result of his exhibiting works in London, at the Royal Academy and the British Institution.
[Ref: 38834]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Althrop in the County of Northampton being the Seat of the Right Hon.ble Robert Earle of Sunderland Lord Chamberlain of his Majestie's Household, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter; and one of his Maj.ts Most Hon.ble Privy Councill. 27.
Althrop in the County of Northampton being the Seat of the Right Hon.ble Robert Earle of Sunderland Lord Chamberlain of his Majestie's Household, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter; and one of his Maj.ts Most Hon.ble Privy Councill. 27.
L. Knyff Delin. I. Kip Sculp.
[n.d. c.1714.]
Engraving. Plate 350 x 482mm. 13¾ x 19". Fold down centre as published. Small tear along lower section of fold.
Bird's eye view of Althorp House and gardens, in Northamptonshire; fields surrounding. Seat of Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland (1641-1702), whose titles and appointments include: Ambassador to Madrid, Paris and the United Provinces; Privy Councillor, Secretary of State of the Northern and Southern Departments; Lord President of the Council; Lord Justice and Lord Chamberlain of the Household.
[Ref: 26366]   £260.00  
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Alum Bay, Isle of Wight.
Alum Bay, Isle of Wight.
[n.d., c.1850.]
Watercolour. Sheet 155 x 230mm (6¼ x 9").
An amateur watercolour of Alum Bay, showing the famous multi-coloured sand cliffs.
[Ref: 38843]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Ambleside, Westmorland.
Ambleside, Westmorland.
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by T.C. Dibdin. M & N. Hanhart, lith. Printers.
London, Published by the Proprietors, by M. & N. Hanhart, 64 Charlotte Street, Rathbone Pl. [n.d., c.1845.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 220 x 250mm (8¾ x 9¾"). Large margins.
Ambleside, at the head of Lake Windermere in the Lake District.
[Ref: 38842]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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From Amwell - Bury Woods.
From Amwell - Bury Woods.
Drawn by R.M. Batty. Engrav'd by F. Jukes.
London Pub.d Jan.y 1 793 by F. Jukes, No. 16 Howland Street.
Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished. 200 x 265mm, 8 x 10½". Tear touching imprint at bottom.
R.M. Batty and Francis Jukes produced a series of aquatint views of Hertfordshire.
Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 12571]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Ancient Vessel Discovered in the Channel of the Rother in the Beginning of July, 1822.
Ancient Vessel Discovered in the Channel of the Rother in the Beginning of July, 1822. This Vessel which is supposed to be one of the Fleet abandoned by the Danes after their defeat in the reign of Alfred the Great... This most interesting and extraordinary remnant of antiquity is in so high a state of preservation that it is the intention of the proprietor, if possible, to float and bring her round to the Capital.
Drawn from Nature, Augt. 3d. & Stone by J.D. Harding. Printed by C: Hullmandel.
London. Pub by Rodwell and Martin, New Bond St. Augt.8.1822.
A very scarce lithograph. Sheet 412 x 513mm. 16¼ x 20¼".
A vessel discovered off the River Rother in Kent. It is believed to be one of the fleet abandoned by the Danes.
[Ref: 15300]   £260.00  
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Ankerwyke Priory and Yew Tree
Ankerwyke Priory and Yew Tree
Drawn & Lithograph'd by George Delamotte
[c.1820]
Lithograph, printed area 160 x 320mm (6¼ x 12½"). Rare.
The famous Ankerwycke yew, which stands beside the ruins of St Mary's Priory on the banks of the river Thames, near Wraysbury in Berkshire. Now 2,500 years old, the events associated with the tree include the sealing of the Magna Carta (the meadows of Runnymede are on the other side of the Thames) and King Henry VIII's courting of Anne Boleyn. St Mary's priory was built during the reign of Henry II, before passing into private lands following the dissolution of the monasteries. The site is now property of the National Trust. By George Orleans Delamotte ( 1809 - 1821; fl.), artist and teacher, son of a French refugee. His brother was William Alfred Delamotte (1775-1863), drawing-master at the Sandhurst Military Academy, whose son Philip was a photography pioneer known for his series on the disassembly of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park and its reconstruction in Sydenham.
Ex: Collection Hon Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 40645]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Annesley Hall. Grande Salle, d'Annesley.
Annesley Hall. Grande Salle, d'Annesley. The Residence of Miss Chaworth. La Residence de Miss Chaworth.
S. Rayner, Derby, Delt. et Lithog.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 190 x 145mm (7½ x 5¾"). Trimmed.
A view of Chaworth Hall in Nottinghamshire, the childhood home of Mary Chaworth the object of Lord Byron's unrequited affection during his childhood who became the subject of many of his poems. Chaworth was two years older than Byron and though they spent much time together she never returned his feelings.
[Ref: 42488]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Arbury, The Seat of Charles Newdigate Newdegate, Esq.re M.P.
Arbury, The Seat of Charles Newdigate Newdegate, Esq.re M.P.
Drawn by I. Shaw. R. Groom, Lith.
C. Moody, Lith Printer, 257, Holborn. [n.d. c.1850.]
Rare tinted lithograph. Sheet size: 345 x 510mm (13½ x 20"), very large margins. Light spotting.
Arbury Hall, the seat of the Newdegate family and the ancestral home of Viscount and Vicountess Daventry, Warwickshire. It is an Elizabethan house, built on the site of a 12th century Augustinian Priory; it was then transformed in the 18th century to become the finest example of Gothic Revival architecture in the country, at the time.
[Ref: 40032]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A Prospect of Arrundell Castle & Towne on ye West-side.
A Prospect of Arrundell Castle & Towne on ye West-side.
W. Hollar fecit 1644.
printed by Ro: walton & Tho: Hawkins and are to be sould by them at the west end of St. Paules over against the Catt
Etching, 17th century watermark, sheet 180 x 240mm (7 x 9½"). Repaired corner top left.
Arundel Castle, Sussex, with ships on the river Arun at the foot of the hill. Etching by Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77), Bohemian printmaker who spent most of his career working in England. Hollar's technical skill has ensured that his prints have always been keenly collected, and comprehensive collections of his work are at institutions in London, Berlin and Prague. Hollar's life was changed when he met Thomas Howard, second earl of Arundel, at Cologne in 1636: for eight months he travelled in Arundel's retinue at travelled with him to London, taking lodgings at Arundel House and marrying a servant of the countess of Arundel.
Pennington 955 iv/v.
[Ref: 42187]   £320.00  

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Arundel Castle.
Arundel Castle.
B. Ralph del. I. Ryland sculp.
Engraving. Sheet size: 135 x 175mm (5¼ x 6¾"). Trimmed. Hinged to backing sheet.
A view of Arundel Castle, Sussex, first published in 1764. Originally produced for 'England Illustrated, or, a Compendium of the Natural History, Geography, Topography, and Antiquities Ecclesiastical and Civil, of England and Wales'.
See 37684 for drawing.
[Ref: 37639]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Arundel Castle.
Arundel Castle.
[B. Ralph del. I. Ryland sculp.]
Pen and ink drawing. Sheet size: 175 x 215mm (6¾ x 8½"). Large margins; hinged to backing sheet.
A view of Arundel Castle, Sussex, within a circle. A pen and ink drawing, possibly by Benjamin Ralph. The image was reproduced as an engraving, first published in 1764. Originally produced for 'England Illustrated, or, a Compendium of the Natural History, Geography, Topography, and Antiquities Ecclesiastical and Civil, of England and Wales'.
See 37629 for engraving.
[Ref: 37684]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Ash Grove in Kent, The Seat of Miss Otways.
Ash Grove in Kent, The Seat of Miss Otways.
Drawn by J.G. Wood Engraved by W.m Green
[n.d., c.1810.]
A very rare coloured aquatint, 400 x 450mm.
Charming countryside scene with cattle on right and house on left
[Ref: 18327]   £330.00  
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Ashton under Lyne Grand Conservative Banquet which took place on Wednesday 8th Nov.r 1837 [...]
Ashton under Lyne Grand Conservative Banquet which took place on Wednesday 8th Nov.r 1837 [...]
Drawn by H. Travis. Printed by T. Physick
Scarce lithograph, sheet 265 x 355mm (10½ x 14").
Depiction of a large banquet in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, showing how 'upwards of 800 Gentlemen sat down to Dinner exclusive of [on the right] about 500 Ladies in the Gallery'. Band in centre of gallery. A large commemorative banner hangs on the left.
[Ref: 38955]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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General Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
General Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. during the address of the President, Lord Francis Egerton, M.P. at Manchester, June 23, 1842.
R.W. Buss. G.H. Adcock.
[c.1842.]
Engraving on india laid paper, 190 x 280mm. 7½ x 11". Margins foxed; a fine impression.
An audience of men and women listening to a speech by the president Francis Egerton, 1st Earl of Ellesmere (1800 - 1857) at the general meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science held in Manchester in 1842. The aim of the association, founded in 1831, was to present to the public the latest scientific discoveries, and to debate the effects on people's lives these innovations would have. The annual meeting was an important public arena for the discussion of scientific matters. After Robert William Buss (1804 - 1875).
Ex Collection Norman Blackburn.
[Ref: 18485]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Aston Hall.
Aston Hall.
[c.1850.]
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 430 x 540mm, 17 x 14¼". Very trimmed, some damage, a rare survivor.
A rare arial view of Aston Hall near Birmingham. Built in the Jacobean style by Sir Thomas Holte and completed 1635, the building passed into the possession of James Watt Jnr before becoming the first historic country house to pass into municipal ownership, 1864.
[Ref: 18614]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Dun Nose. Isle of Wight.
Dun Nose. Isle of Wight.
Atkins Pinxt. R. & D. Havell Sculp.nt.
London Published March 25th, 1813 by James Daniell, 480 Strand.
Colour printed aquatint, 530 x 540mm.
[Ref: 456]   £1,450.00  
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Audley House commonly call'd Audley End
Audley House commonly call'd Audley End The Seat of Sir John Griffin Griffin Colonel of the First Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards, Lieut.t General of his Majestys Forces and Knight of the most Honourable Order of the Bath.
J. Hobcraft D. J. Austin Sc. [c.1765]
Engraving, rare; platemark 340 x 465mm (13¼ x 18¼"). Messy.
Audley End House, Essex. Built by Thomas Howard, first earl of Suffolk c.1605-14, the house was transformed by the great Palladian architect Robert Adam for its then-owner, soldier Sir John Griffin Griffin in the 1760s (as shown here). The property is now maintained by English Heritage.
[Ref: 44833]   £280.00  
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Clifton, and St Vincent's Rocks, from Leigh Woods.
Clifton, and St Vincent's Rocks, from Leigh Woods.
[Drawn by S.C. Jones?] G. Hawkins, lith. Day & Haghe, lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by George Davey, 1 Broad Street, Bristol. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 220 x 300mm, 8¾ x 11¾".
A view looking upriver towards Bristol, with St Vincent's Rocks on the left.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 26421]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Avon from the Observatory, Clifton.
The Avon from the Observatory, Clifton.
Drawn by S.C. Jones. G. Hawkins, lith. Day & Haghe, lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by George Davey, 1 Broad Street, Bristol. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 220 x 300mm, 8¾ x 11¾".
A view looking down onto the river Avon from Clifton Down at St Vincent's Rocks, with the Severn in the distance.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 26419]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Avon from below St Vincents Rock.
The Avon from below St Vincents Rock.
Drawn by S.C. Jones. G. Hawkins, lith. Day & Haghe, lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by George Davey, 1 Broad Street, Bristol. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 220 x 300mm, 8¾ x 11¾".
A view looking downriver to St Vincent's Rocks, taken from the side of the Avon.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 26420]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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St Vincents Rocks, Clifton.
St Vincents Rocks, Clifton.
S.C. Jones, del.t. R. Carrick, lith. Day & Haghe, lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by George Davey, 1 Broad Street, Bristol. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 220 x 300mm, 8¾ x 11¾".
The cliffs under Clifton Down, viewed from the side of the Avon.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 26418]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Avon & Severn from Pen Pole Point.
The Avon & Severn from Pen Pole Point.
Drawn by M.H. Holmes. Clerk & Co. lith.rs 808 High Holborn.
Published by George Davey, 1 Broad Street, Bristol. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 230 x 290mm, 9 x 11½".
A view from Penpole Point looking down onto the Avon entering the Severn Estuary, with ocean-point shipping.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 26417]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[A view from Durdham-down near Bristol, Looking down the Avon to Kings-Road, & the Welch Mountains.]  [&]  [A view of St Vincent's rocks, and the Hot-Wells, &c near Bristol.]
[A view from Durdham-down near Bristol, Looking down the Avon to Kings-Road, & the Welch Mountains.] [&] [A view of St Vincent's rocks, and the Hot-Wells, &c near Bristol.]
[Painted by Thomas Smith of Derby. The first plate engraved by Francis Vivares and Jean Baptiste Chatelain, the second by Antoine Benoist.]
[London: Thomas Smith, 1756.]
Pair of etchings with 18th century colour added by hand, each image c.340 x 520mm. 13½ x 20½". Trimmed and laid on card with black paint borders, contemporary presentation. Extremities chipped and tatty.
Two views on the River Avon near Bristol with boats on the water, the first with figures and goats on a hill-side in foreground and a tower standing amongst trees in the distance; the second with two figures with staffs standing on bank in the foreground, a building directly adjacent to the water beyond, opposite which smoke emanates from the bank. An outstanding pair of etching after Thomas Smith of Derby (c.1720 - 1767), father of J.R.Smith.
[Ref: 11672]   £650.00   view all images for this item
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Mr. T. Telford's, Design for the  Suspension Bridge across the River Avon,  From St. Vincent's Rocks to Leigh Down.  [Principal dimensions below image.]
Mr. T. Telford's, Design for the Suspension Bridge across the River Avon, From St. Vincent's Rocks to Leigh Down. [Principal dimensions below image.]
Dean & Munday's Lithoy. Threadneedle St.
Pubd. by Wright & Bagnall Bristol [n.d., c.1830].
Lithograph, sheet 225 x 285mm. Foxing outside image.
Thomas Telford (1757 - 1834) was born in Westerkirk, Scotland. He was a stonemason, architect and civil engineer and a noted road, bridge and canal builder. This is a representation of his design, never realised, for the Clifton Suspension Bridge. The idea of building a bridge across the Avon Gorge originated in 1753, with a bequest in the will of Bristolian merchant William Vick, who left £1,000 invested with instructions that when the interest had accumulated to £10,000, it should be used for the purpose of building a stone bridge between Clifton Down (which was outside the City of Bristol until the 1830s) and Leigh Woods (then in Somerset). By 1829, Vick's bequest had reached £8,000, but it was estimated that a stone bridge would cost over ten times that amount. An Act of Parliament was passed to allow a wrought-iron suspension bridge to be built instead, and tolls levied to recoup the cost. A competition was held to find a design for the bridge; the judge, Telford, rejected all designs, and tried to insist on this design of his own, a suspension bridge supported on tall Gothic towers. Telford claimed that no suspension bridge could exceed the 600 feet (183 m) span of his own Menai Suspension Bridge. A second competition, held with new judges, was won by Isambard Kingdom Brunel's design on 16 March 1831, for a suspension bridge with fashionably Egyptian-influenced towers.
[Ref: 7517]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Chasm, the Ruined Cottages, The Sunk Orchard, and The Riased Reefs of Rock & Marl, occasioned by the Land-Slip, at Axmouth, Devonshire.
A View of the Chasm, the Ruined Cottages, The Sunk Orchard, and The Riased Reefs of Rock & Marl, occasioned by the Land-Slip, at Axmouth, Devonshire.
Drawn by J.Baker. On Stone by W.Gauci.
Printed by W.Gauci, 9 North Cres.t Bedf.d Square. Published by J. Baker, Alfred House Academy, Ottery St Mary. [n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Printed area 275 x 345mm, 11¾ x 13½".
A scene on the cliffs of England's 'Jurassic Coastline' after a landslip on Christmas Day 1839, taking with it a number of cottages and an orchard, as shown on a sketch map in the title area. It was the first major landslip to be recorded scientifically and is known today as the 'Undercliff'.
[Ref: 11593]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Landslip from Great Bindon,
A View of the Landslip from Great Bindon, looking Westward to the Sidmouth Hills and Estuary of the Exe. No.4
Mary Buckland del 30th Dec.r 1839, on Zinc by G. Scharf. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[London: John Murray, 1840.]
Tinted zincograph. Sheet 300 x 430mm (11¾ x 17"). Slight marks in sky.
A scene on the cliffs of England's 'Jurassic Coastline' after a landslip on Christmas Day 1839, taking with it a number of cottages and an orchard. It was the first major landslip to be recorded scientifically and is known today as the 'Undercliff'. From Conybeare & Dawson's 'Landslips in East Devon".
Abbey: 129.
[Ref: 40524]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Ruins occasioned by the Earthquake, or Land-Slip, at Axmouth, near Seaton, Devonshire.
A View of the Ruins occasioned by the Earthquake, or Land-Slip, at Axmouth, near Seaton, Devonshire.
Drawn by J.Baker. On Stone by W.Gauci.
Printed by W.Gauci, 9 North Cres.t Bedf.d Square. Published by J. Baker, Alfred House Academy, Ottery St Mary. [n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Printed area 275 x 355mm, 11¾ x 14". Some spotting and creasing in the margin.
A scene on the cliffs of England's 'Jurassic Coastline' after a landslip on Christmas Day 1839, taking with it a number of cottages and an orchard. It was the first major landslip to be recorded scientifically and is known today as the 'Undercliff'.
[Ref: 11586]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Babbacombe.
Babbacombe.
T. Fidlor Delint. T. Sutherland Sculpt.
Published by E. Croydon, Public Library, Teignmouth.
Aquatint, image 190 x 300mm. 7½ x 11¾". Trimmed within plate. Slight stain bottom left and right off image
A coastal village, boats and figures on beach to foreground; Babbacombe is now a district of Torquay, Devon.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 20289]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Babicombe, Devon.
Babicombe, Devon.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, London May 20. 1825.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour; J. Whatman Turkey Mill watermark 1824. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Large margins.
A view of Oddicombe Beach at Babbacombe near Torquay. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
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Badminton in the County of Gloucester one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort Marquesse & Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow, Raglan & Gower and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter. 9.
Badminton in the County of Gloucester one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort Marquesse & Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow, Raglan & Gower and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter. 9.
L. Knyff De. I. Kip Scu.
[n.d. c.1714.]
Engraving. Plate 350 x 489mm. 13¾ x 19¼". Fold down centre as published.
View of Badminton House, in Gloucestershire; the seat of the Duke of Beaufort; a grand house set around central courtyard, surrounded by formal gardens. Seat of Henry Somerset, 2nd Duke of Beaufort (1684-1714) who was invested as a Knight of the Garter in 1713.
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Badminton in the County of Gloucester one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort Marquesse & Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow Raglan & Gower, and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter. 10.
Badminton in the County of Gloucester one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort Marquesse & Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow Raglan & Gower, and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter. 10.
L. Knyff D. I. Kip Sc.
[n.d. c.1714.]
Engraving. 355 x 475mm. 14 x 18¾". Fold down centre as published.
Bird's eye view of Badminton House, in Gloucestershire; the seat of the Duke of Beaufort; a grand house set around central courtyard, seen from the edge of the formal gardens, looking out to fields beyond with diagonal paths towards house lined with trees. Seat of Henry Somerset, 2nd Duke of Beaufort (1684-1714) who was invested as a Knight of the Garter in 1713.
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Badminton the Seat of the Duke of Beaufort.
Badminton the Seat of the Duke of Beaufort.
J. Kip fecit.
[Joseph Smith. c.1724.]
Engraving. Plate 346 x 431mm. 13½ x 17". Fold down centre as published.
Bird's eye view of Badminton House, in Gloucestershire; with formal gardens including fountains and maze, set into countryside with landscaped paths. Seat of Charles Somerset, 4th Duke of Beaufort (1709-1756) who held the Doctor of Civil Law degress from Oxford.
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A View of Baldock in Hertfordshire. [&] The Mill at Baldock in Herts.
A View of Baldock in Hertfordshire. [&] The Mill at Baldock in Herts.
From a Drawing by Master Chapman. The Figures by R.Pollard. Engrav'd by F.Jukes.
London.Pub.d as the Act directs, May 1 1787 by F.Jukes No.3 Howland Street.
Pair of aquatints with stipple. Each 380 x 495mm. Crack in the platemark of "Mill", worm holes in the margins of both plates, one hole in the title area of "Mill".
Rustic landscapes.
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Balms in the County of Middlesex.
Balms in the County of Middlesex.
[Pieter Van der Aa after Johannes Kip, 1707]
Rare engraving, platemark 130 x 165mm (5 x 6½"). Very large margins; unfolded state; Collector's stamp of Robert Johannes Meyer verso.
Plate from James Beverell's Les Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L'Irlande. Formerly in the collection of Robert Johannes Meyer (1882-1976), Hamburg lawyer and print collector.
L.4536
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Bamborough Castle, Northumberland.
Bamborough Castle, Northumberland.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, London, July 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Mint, with large margins, uncut.
A view of Bamburgh Castle from the coast. During the Wars of the Roses, it became the first castle in England to be defeated by artillery, 1464. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
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[Bamburgh Castle.]
[Bamburgh Castle.]
Albany E. Howarth.
[n.d. c.1925.]
Etching. Blindstamp in left-hand corner. 497 x 610mm. 19½ x 24".
Bamburgh Castle sits on the basalt outcrop overlooking the Farne Islands and Lindisfarne on the heritage coast in North Northumberland.
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[Bamburgh Castle.]
[Bamburgh Castle.]
Marion Rhodes [pencil signature outside image.]
[n.d. c.1920.]
Etching. 298 x 468mm (11¾ x 18½").
Marion Rhodes, English artist. (1907 - 1998). Rhodes studied at Huddersfield School of Art, Leeds School of Art (1925-1929) and the Central School of Art and Design, London (1934-39). She taught art before moving to London. Rhodes went on to teach in the city and in the south of England for most of her life though she exhibited her etchings and drawings at the Royal Academy, the Royal Scottish Academy and the Paris Salon.
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Barham Rectory - Suffolk.
Barham Rectory - Suffolk. The Residence of the Rev.d W. Kirby.
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by E.A.B.
[n.d., c.1830].
Lithograph. Sheet size: 225 x 157mm. (8¾ x 6¼"). Slight tear off image on right.
The Suffolk home of William Kirby (1759 - 1850), botanist and entomologist; President of the Ipswich Museum. For Kirby's portrait see Ref: 4014.
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Barham Parsonage.
Barham Parsonage. The Residence of the Revd. Wm. Kirby MA, FRS, LS, &c. &c.
Mrs. Lathbury delin. 1828. W. Day lithog, 17 Gate Street.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph on india paper, very rare, image 175 x 320mm. 7 x 12½". Wide margins slightly soiled.
The Suffolk home of William Kirby (1759 - 1850), botanist and entomologist; President of the Ipswich Museum. For Kirby's portrait see Ref: 4014.
For Kirby's portrait see item Ref: 4014.
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The Aqeduct at Barton in Lancashire.
The Aqeduct at Barton in Lancashire. Built by Her Grace the Duke of Bridgewater.
Drawn on the Spot by Wm Orme of Manchester for which he obtaind the Larger Silver Pallet from the Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce.
[Published by Daniel and William Orme, n.d., c.1793.]
Etching and aquatint, open letter proof[?], image 395 x 525mm. Trimmed within plate below, foxing.
The Barton Aqueduct, built by James Brindley (1716 - 1772), one of the earliest English engineers, to allow the Bridgewater Canal to cross the River Irwell. Having been called in by the Duke of Bridgewater (to whom this print is dedicated) in 1759 to advise upon the project for forming a canal by which the produce of the Worsley coal-mines could be cheaply transported to Manchester, Brindley produced a plan of striking originality. This included the construction of the aqueduct in 1761. This canal, suggested to the Duke of Bridgewater by the Grand Canal of Languedoc, was the first of any importance in England, and formed the commencement of the system of inland navigation in this country. Brindley seems to have laid out, or superintended, the construction of over 365 miles of canals. The most important of these was the Trent and Mersey canal, known as the Grand Trunk. The aqueduct was replaced with the current swing aqueduct when the Manchester Ship Canal was constructed because some sailing ships were unable to pass beyond the bridge. From a drawing by William Orme (1771 - 1854; active), landscape and transparency painter, and brother of Daniel and Edward Orme. This plate published under the title 'View of the celebrated aqueduct at Barton in Lancashire' with dedication to the Duke of Norfolk, President of the Society, on August 26th 1793. Very rare.
See BM: 1872,0713.600. From the Blackburn Collection.
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Baskerville House, the Residence of John Ryland Esq.
Baskerville House, the Residence of John Ryland Esq. Baskerville House, The Residence of John Ryland, Esq. This house, which stands in the midst of a luxuriant meadow, is situated on Easy Hill. It was formerly the dwelling of the celebrated Baskerville; but had been rendered much more spacious and more elegant by its present owner J. Ryland, Esq. and was receiving its last improvements, from the hand of its unoffending possessor, when attacked on Friday 15th July, 1791... Les habitants de cette ville et environs avec une générosité et humanité qui leur fait bonneur ont depuis levé une souscription considerable pour le soutien de cette famille malheureuse.
Drawn by P.H. Witton Jun.r Engraved by W.m Ellis.
[London. Published, 1 May 1792, by J.Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard.]
Aquatint with descriptive text in English and French. Sheet 406 x 260mm. 16 x 10¼". Laid on album page, foxing.
The ruins of Baskerville House, belonging to John Ryland Esq. The crowd destroyed the home and drank the supplies of liquor which they found in the cellar. The Priestley Riots, the Birmingham Riots of 1791, targeted religious Dissenters, most notably the politically and theologically controversial Joseph Priestley. From "Views of the Ruins of the Principal Houses destroyed during the Riots at Birmingham. 1791." On the 14th of July, 1791, a party having met at an hotel to celebrate the anniversary of the French revolution, collected together as a mob, and proceeded for several days their devastations, setting fire to several meeting-houses and private mansions, but on the arrival of the military from Oxford and Hounslow, order was restored: at the ensuing assizes four of the ring-leaders were convicted, two of whom suffered the penalty of the law. Shortly after this occurrence barracks were erected on the Vauxhall-road, near the town, consisting of a range of handsome buildings, enclosing a spacious area for the exercise of cavalry, and a smaller for parades, a riding-school, a magazine, and an hospital.
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