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Lehmann's Luftfahrt mit seinem Reisen Ballon, der Adler von Wein in Gessellschaft seiner Tochter Carolina und des Herrn Dr. Natterer im Prater am 23.t Mai 1846.
Lehmann's Luftfahrt mit seinem Reisen Ballon, der Adler von Wein in Gessellschaft seiner Tochter Carolina und des Herrn Dr. Natterer im Prater am 23.t Mai 1846.
And. Geiger sc.
Wein im Bureau der Theaterzeitung, Rauchensteingasse No.926.
Engraving. Printed area: 395 x 280mm (15½ x 11"). Central fold as normal. Repairs in folds.
A scene showing Lehmann's balloon flight in the Prater in Vienna on 23rd May 1846. Lehmann, his daughter Carolina and Dr. Naterer fly above a large crowd in the 'Eagle of Vienna', and throw letters and flowers from the basket. A supplement to the Theatre Newspaper.
[Ref: 46448]   £280.00  

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[View on the London and Greenwich Railway]
[View on the London and Greenwich Railway] London-Greenwicher Eisenbahn, von obenherab gesc[...]
Verlag v Georg. Wigand in Leipzig Lith. Aust. v. Goedsche u Steinetz in Meissen [c.1850]
Engraving, sheet 160 x 185mm (6¼ x 7¼"). Trimmed, losing text on right.
Running between London Bridge and Greenwich, the first part of the London & Greenwich Railway opened in 1836, with the entire line completed in 1838. Designed specifically for passenger traffic, it was the first railway in London, and the forerunner of the many inner suburban commuter systems. This view shows a train travelling out of the city around the Rotherhithe-Deptford area. The Thames is on the right, and St Pauls cathedral identifiable in the distance. Part of a series of views of the railway published in Germany.
[Ref: 46015]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[View on the London and Greenwich Railway]
[View on the London and Greenwich Railway] London-Greenwicher Eisenbahn, von der Seite gesehe[...]
Verlag v Georg. Wigand in Leipzig Lith. Aust. v. Goedsche u Steinetz in Meissen [c.1850]
Engraving, sheet 160 x 185mm (6¼ x 7¼"). Trimmed, losing text on right.
Running between London Bridge and Greenwich, the first part of the London & Greenwich Railway opened in 1836, with the entire line completed in 1838. Designed specifically for passenger traffic, it was the first railway in London, and the forerunner of the many inner suburban commuter systems. This view shows a train approaching Greenwich (Greenwich Park, with the Royal Observatory atop of the hill, is visibvle in the background), taken from an interesting view showing the development of shops/houses beneath the viaduct and use of the adjacent land. Part of a series of views of the railway published in Germany.
[Ref: 46017]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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The Tram Bridge over the Tawe.
The Tram Bridge over the Tawe.
Drawn & Etched by I.G. Wood.
London Published by Ino. Geo. Wood. 1817.
Soft ground etching. Plate: 180 x 250mm (7 x 9¾"), with large margins.
A view of the horsetram bridge built over the river Tawe in Wales. The horse tram was started in Britain on the Swansea and Mumbles railway and used specifically for tramlines and carriages to transport goods and people.
[Ref: 46302]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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