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To the Inhabitants of Nottingham & Nottinghamshire, This Plate of their justly celebrated Market Place is most respectfully inscribed by their obliged and faithful Servamt W. Dearden.
To the Inhabitants of Nottingham & Nottinghamshire, This Plate of their justly celebrated Market Place is most respectfully inscribed by their obliged and faithful Servamt W. Dearden.
Drawn by W. Goodacre. Engraved by H. Dawe.
Published July 1837, by W. Dearden, Nottingham.
Mezzotint. Plate 324 x 451mm. 12¾ x 17¾". Cut right up to the plate, slight staining.
The Exchange Building standing proudly in the Market Square of Nottingham. The building was built to act as the meeting place of the Corporation of Nottingham, and it was demolished in 1926. A bustling street sceen with carriage, carts, dtreet vendors and people. The shop signs of each premises is clearly printed, allowing an identification of the various businesses in operation in the area at that time.
[Ref: 25006]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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A South West view of Nottingham from the River Trent.
A South West view of Nottingham from the River Trent.
Drawn by R. Bonington. Engraved by J. Cartwright.
[n.d. c. 1810]
Coloured aquatint. Printed area: 650 x 450mm, 22½ x 17¾". Platemark repaired. Unexamined out of frame.
Situated on a steep cliff, the highest point of the town, Nottingham Castle is the main landmark in this image. Various animals can be seen on the banks of the river; two small fishing boats are in the foreground.
[Ref: 28109]   £600.00  
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[Nottingham Castle and the Old Trip to Jerusalem Inn.]
[Nottingham Castle and the Old Trip to Jerusalem Inn.]
Harold F Collinson [pencil signature.]
[British, n.d., c.1920s.]
Etching, watermarked laid paper, 175 x 130mm. 7 x 5". Paper a little age-toned.
Harold Frank Collinson (1886 - 1955). Collinson was the etching master at Nottingham Municipal School of Art. He left Nottingham in 1940 to live in the United States and died in New York in 1955.
[Ref: 22831]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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South View of Nottingham Castle, As it appear'd on the Evening of the 10.th Oct.r 1831.
South View of Nottingham Castle, As it appear'd on the Evening of the 10.th Oct.r 1831.
Painted by Parker. Engraved by H. Dawe.
Published by Geo. Simons Nottingham. [n.d. c.1831.]
Mezzotint. 203 x 267mm. 8 x 10½".
In 1831 the Duke of Newcastle opposed the Reform Bill which drove rioters to attack the ducal mansion setting part of the building on fire.
Fitzwilliam Museum: P.363-R / 130638.
[Ref: 21902]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Nottingham from the Park Side.
Nottingham from the Park Side.
S. Rayner lith. Drawn and Published by M. Webster.
[n.d. c.1840.]
Lithograph on india, very scarce. 299 x 412mm. 11¾ x 16¼".
A view of the city of Nottingham with windmills seen on the hills behind. Clearly visible are St Mary's and St Peter's churches in the centre and classical buildings to the left; factory chimneys billow smoke to the right.
[Ref: 25005]   £230.00  
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To His Grace the Duke of Newcastle,  This Print, being the third of a series of four Views of Nottingham Park,
To His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, This Print, being the third of a series of four Views of Nottingham Park, is most respectfully dedicated, By his obedient Servant Thos. Forman.
Published by Thos. Forman, 14, Long Row, Nottingham, October, 1850.
Pair of very rare sepia tinted lithographs heightened in white, each sheet 340 x 440mm. 13¼ x 17¼".
Cattle and figures, including marching soldiers, in the landscaped grounds of The Park Estate, a 150-acre private residential estate just to the west of Nottingham. It was built in what was once the deer park of Nottingham Castle. Major development began in the 1820s under the fourth Duke of Newcastle, despite much opposition from locals, who regarded the area as public land. Development continued under the Fifth Duke, Henry Pelham Clinton, who appointed Thomas Chambers Hine, the city's finest architect, to design the great houses. Today, the Park Estate is one of the most remarkable residential estates in the whole of the United Kingdom, and although many of the huge Victorian Gothic mansions have been converted into flats, it retains much of its original character, including the original gas lighting network believed to be one of the largest in Europe.
Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 13248]   £490.00   view all images for this item
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Plan of the Park, Gardens and Plantations of Thorsby in Nottinghamshire ye Seat of his Grace the Duke of Kingston &c:
Plan of the Park, Gardens and Plantations of Thorsby in Nottinghamshire ye Seat of his Grace the Duke of Kingston &c: Les Jardins Parc &c. de Thorsby dans le Comté de Nottingham. p: 81. Vol: 3.d. p:82 [Lettered plan to lower right corner: A to I.]
Ca: Campbell delin: H: Hulsbergh Sculp:
[n.d. c.1731.]
Copper Engraving. Plate 312 x 502mm. 12¼ x 19¾". Vertical fold through centre.
Garden plan from Henry Hulsbergh's "Vitruvius Brittanicus" series. Thoresby Hall is a stately home in the Dukeries, Nottinghamshire. It was originally built during the reign of Charles I, but was rebuilt twice following a fire in 1745 by John Carr and Anthony Salvin. The Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull, Evelyn Pierrepoint was the subject of the earliest existing reference to cricket in Nottinghamshire. The notoriously difficult William Talman (1650-1719) as architect for the Duke would be largely responsible for the layout of the gardens in his remodelling of the house that took place in the late 1680ís. The leading gardeners of the era would have been involved.
[Ref: 18021]   £260.00  
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