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Glass Makers and Class Cutters.
Glass Makers and Class Cutters. On Friday, the 12th Day of September, 1825, the Flint Glass Makers and Cutters, will walk in Procession, at NewCastle...
Printed by W. Stephenson, Gate[shead...]
Letterpress. Sheet 255 x 190mm. Trimmed into letters top and bottom, mounted on album paper.
A handbill advertising a ceremonial procession with the men of The Northumberland Glassworks, and the South Shields, Wear, Durham and British, Stourbridge, and North Shields works.
[Ref: 41662]   £240.00  

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T. Orde ft 1768
Etching, sheet 220 x 185mm (8¾ x 7¼").
Etching by Thomas Orde-Powlett (1746-1807), politician also known for his etched caricatures (mostly of Cambridge celebrities) which were published by his drawing-master, the well-known printmaker James Bretherton. An impression of the print in the British Museum is inscribed 'Mrs. Hammond Printseller & D. Randal Printman at Cambridge'.
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The Woodman.
The Woodman. Far removed from noise and smoak, [/] Hark I hear the woodman's stroke...
Published 16th May 1793 by Rob.t Sayer & C.o Fleet Street London.
Fine hand-coloured mezzotint. Plate: 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Small margins. Some chips in edges.
A portrait of a woodman, stood by a fallen tree and his dog, behind them two woodmen say through a large log.
[Ref: 42598]   £280.00  
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