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The Doctors Visit.
The Doctors Visit.
London pub.d by J.W.Fores 41 Picadilly Sept.r 1827.
A rare etching, with hand colour. Sheet: 320 x 230mm (12½ x 9"). Trimmed, clipping glued below. Very slight stain in margin on left.
A comic scene showing a doctor (dog) attending to a woman (cat) wearing her nightdress. The clipping below describes the woman's condition as atmospherical.
Not in BM
[Ref: 46806]   £240.00  
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Costumes d'Eté. 1825.
Costumes d'Eté. 1825.
Carle Vernet. J. lith de Delpech.
A fine and rare lithograph, with hand colour. Sheet: 275 x 360mm (11 x 14"), with large margins. Uncut
A comic depiction of the Summer fashions in 1825. Two well-dressed poodles with fans and a parasol sit upon a rock while a dog dressed as a gentleman regards them through a monocle.
Provenance: Edge Hill, Cheshire
[Ref: 46812]   £240.00  
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Costumes d'Hiver. 1825.
Costumes d'Hiver. 1825.
Carle Vernet. J. lith de Delpech.
A fine and rare lithograph, with hand colour. Sheet: 275 x 360mm (11 x 14").
A comic depiction of the Winter fashions in 1825. Two well-dressed dogs, the female wearing a muff and the male a long coat walk arm in arm while a monkey, dressed as a footman, follows behind carrying an umbrella.
Provenance: Edge Hill, Cheshire
[Ref: 46813]   £240.00  
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Premier Janvier. 1821.
Premier Janvier. 1821.
Carle Vernet. J. lith de Delpech.
A fine and rare lithograph, with hand colour. Sheet: 275 x 360mm (11 x 14"), with large margins. Uncut.
A comic scene showing two dogs, dressed in the fashions of 1821, while behind them another dog follows dressed in military uniform carrying a doll.
Provenance: Edge Hill, Cheshire
[Ref: 46814]   £240.00  
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Premier Janvier. 1760.
Premier Janvier. 1760.
Carle Vernet. J. lith de Delpech.
A fine and rare lithograph, with hand colour. Sheet: 275 x 360mm (11 x 14"), with large margins. Uncut
A comic scene showing two dogs, dressed in the fashions of 1760, while behind them another dog follows dressed in in oriental dress with a turban and carrying an umbrella, a doll and a toy horse.
Provenance: Edge Hill, Cheshire
[Ref: 46815]   £240.00  
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Un Anglais À Mabille.
Un Anglais À Mabille. Galerie Pour Rire.
G. Doré pinx.t. Régnier, Bettanier, Morlon lith.
Paris_Bulla Frères, Edit. 16. rue Tiquetonne. Lith, Becquet, rue des Noyers, 37.
Coloured lithograph. Sheet: 575 x 460mm (22¾ x 18"). A repaired pin hole in title area, and two in the printed area.
A satirical portrait of an Englishman on holiday in Mabille. The man smokes a cigar and rests his arm on a table laden with wine and coffee, he wears a wide brimmed hat and a pair of pince-nez. After Gustave Doré (1832-1883).
[Ref: 46706]   £320.00  
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A Man-Trap.
A Man-Trap. 303.
Printed for Carington Bowles, N.o 69 in S.t Pauls Church Yard, London, Publish'd as th Act directs.
Mezzotint. Plate: 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Small margins.
A scene in which a young woman, in a low cut dress, lies on a bench beneath a tree. A sign behind states 'Spring Guns Set Here'.
[Ref: 46694]   £230.00  
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La Musique.
La Musique.
Decamps [...] Z Prévost
A Paris au Bureau de l'Artiste Rue des Filles St Thomas No 9 Place de la Bourse Et Rittner et Goupil, Boulevard Montmartre, 15 Imprimé par Chardon ainé
Etching and aquatint?, platemark 315 x 360mm (12½ x 14") very large margins. Blindstamp of Rittner and Goupil. Uncut.
Two monkeys play a violin duet. One of a number of singerie subjects after Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803-60).
[Ref: 46747]   £260.00  
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The Pantheon Macaroni.
The Pantheon Macaroni.
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer, No.53 Fleet Street [c.1770]
Fine mezzotint, platemark 152 x 114mm (6 x 4½"), with large margins.
A scene at the Spa Fields Pantheon, with a man offering a cup of tea to one of two coquettish ladies. Spa Fields Pantheon in Islington was open between 1770 and 1774 (when the proprietor went bankrupt). Reduced version of a larger mezzotint.
BM Satires 5097
[Ref: 46739]   £260.00  
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The Pretty Bar-Maid.
The Pretty Bar-Maid. From the Original Picture by John Collet, in the possession of Carington Bowles.
Printed for Carington Bowles, No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London. Published as the Act directs 2 July 1778.
Mezzotint. Plate: 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Trimmed to platemark. Time stained.
A scene in a tavern in which the customers, including a dog, crowd around the bar, staring at the pretty bar maid.
BM Satires 4558.
[Ref: 46696]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Proverbs, Chap, VII.
Proverbs, Chap, VII.
London Publish'd Dece.r 17. 1780 by J. Birchall No.473 Strand & J.R. Smith No. 10 Batemans Buildings, Soho Square.
A rare mezzotint. Plate: 350 x 250mm (13¾ x 9¾"). Slight foxing, small margins.
An illustration of Proverbs Chapter VII in which a harlot kisses a man who is unaware of the danger as he is 'void of understanding'.
Provenance: Edge Hill, Cheshire
[Ref: 46734]   £420.00  
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The Pugilists.
The Pugilists. The first knock down blow.
[n.d., c.1830.]
A fine and rare lithograph. Printed area: 290 x 325mm (11½ x 12¾"), with very large margins. Creasing in corners. Uncut.
A comic boxing scene in a tavern in which two monkeys are in the midst of a fight, one stands on the left with his fists raised while one lies on the ground. A group of monkeys stand watching, in the background a female monkey enters the room with a broom raised in the air.
Provenance: Edge Hill, Cheshire
[Ref: 46802]   £350.00  
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The Charms of a Red Coat. 211
The Charms of a Red Coat. 211
London Publish'd 1st. Nov.r 1787 by Rob.t Sayer, 53 Fleet Street.
Mezzotint. Plate: 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Thread margins.
A scene in a military camp, in the foreground a soldier talks to a fashionably dressed woman on a horse. In the background three woman sit in a tent, around a round table, one woman is sitting on a soldier's lap.
Not in BM Satire.
[Ref: 46695]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Views of London. No. 6. Entrance from Hackney or Cambridge Heath Turnpike with a distant view of St Paul's.
Views of London. No. 6. Entrance from Hackney or Cambridge Heath Turnpike with a distant view of St Paul's.
Rowlandson Delin. Schutz sculp.
[London: R. Ackermann, either 1798 or 1813.]
Coloured aquatint. Framed. Visible area 340 x 425mm (13½ x 16¾"). Paper toned. Unexamined out of frame.
A satirical view of Cambridge Heath Turnpike: a 'cit', resembling John Gilpin, gallops over a sow and pigs, losing his hat and wig. A horse rears, upsetting a fat couple from a two-wheeled gig. Far right is a Punch & Judy show. From a set of six views of the turnpikes of London, all but the first after Rowlandson. The engraver, Heinrich Joseph Schütz, worked in London from 1792-8.
BM Satires 9320
[Ref: 47217]   £450.00  
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Views of London. No. 3 Entrance of Tottenham Court Turnpike, with a view of St James's Chapel.
Views of London. No. 3 Entrance of Tottenham Court Turnpike, with a view of St James's Chapel.
Rowlandson Delin. Schutz sculp.t.
[London: R. Ackermann, either 1798 or 1813.]
Coloured aquatint. Framed. Visible area 340 x 425mm (13½ x 16¾"). Unexamined out of frame.
A satirical view of the road traffic at the turnpike, with inept riders of both horses and donkeys, a lecherous man ogling milkmaids and obese pedestrians. From a set of six views of the turnpikes of London, all but the first after Rowlandson. The engraver, Heinrich Joseph Schütz, worked in London from 1792-8. St James's Chapel, Hampstead Road, was built by Thomas Hardwick, a pupil of Sir William Chambers, and was consecrated in 1791.
BM Satires 9317.
[Ref: 47214]   £450.00  
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Views of London. No. 4 Entrance of Oxford Street or Tyburn Turnpike, with a View of Park Lane.
Views of London. No. 4 Entrance of Oxford Street or Tyburn Turnpike, with a View of Park Lane.
Rowlandson Delin. Schutz sculp.
[London: R. Ackermann, either 1798 or 1813.]
Coloured aquatint. Framed. Visible area 340 x 425mm (13½ x 16¾"). Some creasing. Unexamined out of frame.
A satirical view of what is now Marble Arch, with the wall of Hyde Park and some of the buildings of Park Lane above it to the right. Beggars approach the coaches passing through the turnpike. From a set of six views of the turnpikes of London, all but the first after Rowlandson. The engraver, Heinrich Joseph Schütz, worked in London from 1792-8.
BM Satires 9318.
[Ref: 47215]   £450.00  
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Views of London. No. 5. Entrance from Mile End or White Chaple Turnpike.
Views of London. No. 5. Entrance from Mile End or White Chaple Turnpike.
Rowlandson Delin. Schutz sculp.
[London: R. Ackermann, either 1798 or 1813.]
Coloured aquatint. Framed. Visible area 340 x 425mm (13½ x 16¾"). Paper toned. Unexamined out of frame.
A satirical view of Whitechapel turnpike with a column of soldiers escorting a gun carriage. Other road traffic include is a gig in which a fat gouty 'cit' is driven by a flighty woman and a vulgar and jaunty 'cit' rider. Bottom left is a Jewish pedlar. From a set of six views of the turnpikes of London, all but the first after Rowlandson. The engraver, Heinrich Joseph Schütz, worked in London from 1792-8.
BM Satires 9319.
[Ref: 47216]   £450.00  
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