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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.
[Ref: 4683]   £950.00   view all images for this item
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The Swiss Cottage in Cassiobury Park, near Watford, Hertfordshire.
The Swiss Cottage in Cassiobury Park, near Watford, Hertfordshire.
On Stone by L. Haghe. G. Maund delt.
Published by his Lordship's permission by Niddery, Watford._ and sold by Ackermann 96, Strand, M.A. & E. Hays 27, Marybone St. Piccadilly [n.d., c. 1840].
Lithograph on india paper, rare. 247 x 311mm. 9¾ x 12¼". Bumped extremities.
View of an Alpine-style cottage, trees surrounding and a couple promenading by the water in the foreground. Cassiobury Park in Hertfordshire was the seat of George Capell-Coningsby, 5th Earl of Essex (1757 - 1839). His arms are in the lower margin.
See item Ref: 26248 for an earlier view of the cottage. Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 26249]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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An Iron Work at Downton, Herefordshire.
An Iron Work at Downton, Herefordshire.
Drawn by T. Hearne. Etch'd by B.T. Pouncy.
London, Published June 2, 1798 by W. Lowry, 57 Titchfield Street, for W. Alexander, 48 Newman Street.
Engraving. Sheet: 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
A view of an iron works in Herefordshire, the works are set amongst a wooded landscape.
[Ref: 46312]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Hampton Court.
Hampton Court.
C. Radclyffe. Printed by G. Rowe.
T.N. Webb, Publisher, Hereford. [n.d., c.1845.]
Sepia tinted zincograph heightened in white, sheet 330 x 400mm. 13 x 15¾".
A party of riders leaving Hampton Court, a 16th Century castellated country house in Herefordshire; the lead rider blowing his horn, watched by men with dogs sitting on a wall. Hampton Court Castle sits close to the River Lugg and the village of Hope-Under-Dinmore near Leominster. The Arkwright Family lived here for many years and William of Orange is said to have stayed. Inscribed 'Proof' lower left. From Charles Walter Radclyffe's folio 'Picturesque Antiquities of Hereford' (32 plates).
Abbey Scenery: 168, 16.
[Ref: 17707]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Plan of the Gardens, Plantations &c: of Hampton Court, in Herefordshire, the Seat of the Rt: Honourable The Lord Coningesby & c:
Plan of the Gardens, Plantations &c: of Hampton Court, in Herefordshire, the Seat of the Rt: Honourable The Lord Coningesby & c: Les Jardins &c. de Hampton Court dans le Comte de Hereford. p: 75. Vol: 3.d [Key lettered A to O, to right-hand side.]
Ca: Campbell Delin: H: Hulsbergh Sculp:
[n.d. c.1731.]
Engraving. Plate 247 x 381mm. 9¾ x 15".
Garden plan from Henry Hulsbergh's "Vitruvius Brittanicus" series. George London and Henry Wise were sole partners at the celebrated Brompton Park Nursery from 1689 until London's death in 1714. They enjoyed a near monopoly on large-scale landscape design, also supplying thousands of trees to landowners for avenue planting. London and Wise specialised in an English version of the formal Baroque gardens associated with the Catholic courts of continental Europe, of which Versailles was the pre-eminent example. The gardens at Hampton Court Palace, Herefordshire. Hampton Court Castle sits close to the River Lugg and the village of Hope-Under-Dinmore near Leominster. The Arkwright Family lived here for many years and William of Orange is said to have stayed.
[Ref: 18008]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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To the Right Hon.ble T: Harley This distant View of Hereford. Commencing a Series of Views on the River Wye, is most respectfully and humbly inscribed by his obedient and obliged Servant F. Jukes.
To the Right Hon.ble T: Harley This distant View of Hereford. Commencing a Series of Views on the River Wye, is most respectfully and humbly inscribed by his obedient and obliged Servant F. Jukes. Plate I.
Drawn by E. Dayes, Draftsman to His Royal Highness the Duke of York. Engraved by F. Jukes.
London Pub.d March 1. 1797, by F. Jukes [in ink:] 57 John St Fitzroy Sq.
Hand-coloured aquatint with very large margins, rare. Plate 355 x 459mm (14 x 18").
View from a hill with road in the foreground, on which a couple walk behind a descending covered wagon, a clump of undergrowth and trees framing the image at right, fields beyond with the town in the middle distance, the cathedral and spires of two churches visible, the Malvern hills in the distance at left. From "Views on the River Wye", E. Dayes & F. Jukes.
Ex Collection: The Late Hon.ble Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Abbey Scenery: 545.1.
[Ref: 28773]   £320.00  
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Herefordshire.
Herefordshire.
[n.d. c.1830.]
Lithograph with added colour, fine. 178 x 132mm. 7 x 5¼".
Herefordshire: known for its celebrated orchard heritage. Here two women hold a basket full of apples, with a wooden press behind.
[Ref: 24175]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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Hertfordshire.
Hertfordshire.
[n.d. c.1830.]
Lithograph with added colour. 171 x 133mm. 6¾ x 5¼". Slight staining.
Hertfordshire: a young lady and a girl in a field. The girl chases a butterfly, with the young lady next to her holding freshly cut wheat.
[Ref: 24176]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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[Ross-on-Wye.] 76.
[Ross-on-Wye.] 76. [The attractive market town of Ross lies on the River Wye in Herefordshire. The town's most prominent building is the thirteenth century church, which stands on a rock overlooking the town, with its graceful spire a conspicuous landmark for miles around. It is opposite to the Markey Hall, a building or red sandstone erected in the reign of Charles II. The quiet, pleasant streets of Ross have made the town a favourite with artists and writers, amongst them Charles Dickins. It was here that he met his friend and biographer, John Forster, and decided to undertake his American reading tour of 1867-8; also associated with the town is the charitable and eccentric John Kyrles, immortalized by Alexander Poper as "The Man of Ross." Ross-on-Wye is in every way a typical market town of the West Country.]
Arthur Spencer [pencil signature to the bottom left-hand side outside the image]
[n.d. c.1920.] Copyright. F. & M. Ltd., Bedford, Eng.
Etching. 249 x 279mm. 9¾ x 11".
[Ref: 14648]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Stoke Edith Park, Herefordshire.
Stoke Edith Park, Herefordshire.
Ibradley Lithog: Printed by C. Hulmandel.
[British, c.1821.]
Lithograph, rare, paper watermarked '1821', sheet 225 x 275mm. 9 x 10¾". Creasing and tear to lower-centre left.
The Stoke Edith estate set in its Herefordshire parkland; deer in the foreground. Stoke Edith Park was the seat of Sir Henry Lingen, a Royalist officer in the English Civil War, who was buried in the church in 1662. His widow sold the estate in 1670 to Thomas Foley, who settled it on his second son Paul. Paul rebuilt the timber-framed mansion Stoke Court from 1695, when he became Speaker. The house, renamed Stoke Park, remained in the family until the death of Thomas Lord Foley who, having inherited the Great Witley estate from his distant cousin Thomas 2nd Baron Foley, settled Stoke Edith on his second son Edward Foley (17471803). Many of the family were members of Parliament. Stoke Park remained their principal residence until it was burnt down in 1926.
Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 24631]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Image slip:] Tomb of the Lady Ann Grimston in the Churchyard of Tewin, Herts. [Letterpress:] The Tomb of Lady Anne Grimston, in the Churchyard of Tewin, in Hertfordshire. Dispalys one the most extraordinary and romantic of those freaks in which it is
[Image slip:] Tomb of the Lady Ann Grimston in the Churchyard of Tewin, Herts. [Letterpress:] The Tomb of Lady Anne Grimston, in the Churchyard of Tewin, in Hertfordshire. Dispalys one the most extraordinary and romantic of those freaks in which it is proverbial that Dame Nature delights. The masonry of the tomb - once firmly set, and bound with iron pins together...however unusual, we are content to regard as beautiful illustrations of natural laws. The following inscription is still legible on the tomb: Here lyeth interred the Body of the Right Honourable Lady Anne Grimston, Wife to Sir Grimston, Bart. of Gorhambury, in Hertfordshire, Daughter to the late Right Honourable Earl of Thanet, Who departed this life Nov.22nd, 1713, In the 60th year of her age.
[On envelope:] From Anthony Knight, Bookbinder, Bookseller, Musicseller, Stationer, Printer and Engraver, Saint Andrew Streetm Hertford. [n.d. c.1840]
Scarce letterpress and engraving. Letterpress 235 x 184mm. 9¼ x 7¼". Engraving 190 x 114mm. 7½ x 4½".
Tomb of Lady Anne Grimston, St Peter's Church, Tewin, Hertfordshire. Legend has it that Lady Anne Grimston was to say the least a staunch atheist, the story goes that on her death bed she refused to allow the Vicar to administer the last rites. She went on to say that should God and the teachings of the Bible be true then seven trees would sprout from her grave, and so they did.
[Ref: 18178]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Wigmore Castle, Herefordshire.
Wigmore Castle, Herefordshire.
Painted by W. Hodges. Engraved by V. Green, & J. Jukes.
Published Oct. 16th. 1778 by V. Green, Mezzotint Engraver to his Majesty &c. No. 29 Newman Street, Oxford Street, and at No. 52, Strand. Se vend à Londres, chez les Freres Torre, Marchands d'Estampes.
Aquatint, 410 x 550mm. Some foxing throughout image; hand inscription '(from Strawberry Hill)' in title area.
Wigmore Castle was first founded after the Norman Conquest, around 1070, but following the English Civil War was left in a state of ruin.
[Ref: 8396]   £360.00  
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