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[South Stack, Anglesea.]
[South Stack, Anglesea.]
[n.d., c.1860.]
Lithograph, rare. Sheet: 185 x 260mm (7¼ x 10¼"). Trimmed to image.
A view of South Stack off Holy Island and Anglesea showing the suspension bridge built in 1828. Several figures are shown heading toward the bridge, one figure looks through a telescope, two carry fishing rods and other watch a large ship out to sea.
[Ref: 46039]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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The Britannia Bridge.
The Britannia Bridge.
T. Picken. Day & Son, lith.rs to the Queen.
Bangor, Published by W. Shone, June 19th 1849.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet: 290 x 380mm (11 x 15"). Light staining and tears in very large margins.
A view of the Britannia Tubular Bridge which was designed by Robert Stephenson (1803-1859) and completed in 1850. The bridge served as the crossing for the Chester and Holyhead Railway over the Menai Straits of Angelsey and Holyhead. The trains ran through the rectagular metal structure. Details of the bridge are given below the image.
[Ref: 45795]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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The Britannia Tubular and Menai Suspension Bridges.
The Britannia Tubular and Menai Suspension Bridges.
G. Hawkins. Day & Son Lith.rs to The Queen.
Published by T. Catherall Chester & Bangor 1852.
Lithograph. Sheet: 275 x 350mm (11 x 13¾"). Mounted into an album sheet. Repaired tear top right.
A view of the Britannia Tubular bridge built over the Menai Strait between Wales and Angelsey, the bridge was built to allow trains to cross the strait. The bridge was designed by Robert Stephenson and was opened in 1850.
[Ref: 45967]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Conway Bridge.
View of Conway Bridge.
Drawn on Stone and Printed by W. Crane, Chester.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 240 x 340mm (9½ x 13½"). Creased, margins bit messy.
A view of the Conwy Suspension Bridge, built by Thomas Telford between 1822 and 1826, it crossed the River Conwy by the castle, replacing the ferry there.
[Ref: 45969]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Conway Castle & Bridge.
Conway Castle & Bridge.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph on india. 290 x 410mm (11½ x 16") very large margins. Uncut.
A view of Conwy Castle, with the Suspension Bridge built by Thomas Telford between 1822 and 1826.
[Ref: 46410]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Welsh Costumes. No. 4.
Welsh Costumes. No. 4.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St London.
Very fine hand-coloured lithograph with gum arabic. Sheet: 220 x 300mm (8¾ x 11¾").
An interior scene in which various women in traditional Welsh costume carry various items including a Bible, clock, broom and tea set. Perhaps giving wedding presents?
[Ref: 46768]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Welsh Costumes. No. 5.
Welsh Costumes. No. 5.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St London.
Very fine hand-coloured lithograph with gum arabic. Sheet: 220 x 300mm (8¾ x 11¾").
A Welsh scene in which a procession of men and women walk out of a church in traditional welsh costume.
[Ref: 46769]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Welsh Costumes No 5. [Coming from Church.]
Welsh Costumes No 5. [Coming from Church.]
[after Richard Dadd?]
Lithographed and Published by Newman & Co, 48 Watling St., London.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 220 x 300mm (8¾ x 12") with large margins.
A Welsh congregation leaving church, apparently after a wedding, both men and women wearing the 'stove-pipe' Welsh hat popular in north-west Wales. A watercolour of this scene in the National Library of Wales has been attributed to Richard Dadd (1817-86), famed for his paintings of fairy scenes and for killing his father, an act that resulted in him being sent to Broadmoor mental hospital.
See NLW PB07218 for the watercolour.
[Ref: 46335]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Welsh Costumes No 6. [Market Scene.]
Welsh Costumes No 6. [Market Scene.]
Lithographed and Published by Newman & Co, 48 Watling St., London.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 220 x 300mm (8¾ x 12") with large margins.
Five Welsh women and a man in tranditional costume. Three of the women are wearing the 'stove-pipe' Welsh hat popular in north-west Wales; a fourth has removed hers to carry a ewer on her head. A watercolour used for this series in the National Library of Wales has been attributed to Richard Dadd (1817-86), famed for his paintings of fairy scenes and for killing his father, an act that resulted in him being sent to Broadmoor mental hospital.
See NLW PB07218 for the watercolour.
[Ref: 46336]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Plas Newydd. Near Llangollen.
Plas Newydd. Near Llangollen. The Seat of the late Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Ponsonby
Drawn on Stone by W. Walton from a picture by Edwin W. Jacques.
Published by T. Catherall, Bookseller, Chester [n.d., c.1840].
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 275 x 380mm (10¾ x 15") with large margins
The 'Ladies of Llangollen' were Sarah Ponsonby (1755? - 1831), daughter of Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby, cousin of the Earl of Bessborough, and Lady Eleanor Charlotte Butler (1745? - 1829). For fifty years they lived together in complete isolation from society in a cottage at Plasnewydd in the vale of Llangollen, Denbighshire, north Wales. Neither left the cottage for a single night until their deaths. Their devotion to each other and their eccentric manners gave them wide notoriety, becoming a tourist attraction. They lie buried in Plasnewydd churchyard under a triangular pyramid inscribed with their names.
[Ref: 46346]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)

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Welsh Market Woman.
Welsh Market Woman.
J. Brandard. M. & N. Hanhart Imp.t.
Published by T. Catherall, Chester & Bangor. Entered at Stationers Hall. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 285 x 200mm (11¼ x 8") with large margins. Foxing.
A woman wearing the felt Welsh hat, with the drum-shaped crown of popular in north-west Wales, carrying an umbrella and wicker basket.
[Ref: 46334]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Menai.
The Menai.
Drawn by T.C. Dibdin, from an original Sketch by N. Beardmore, C.E. On Stone by W. Gauci.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph, rare. Sheet: 285 x 380mm (11 x 15"). Trimmed to image.
A view of the Menai suspension bridge, built to span the Menai Strait between Anglesey and the mainland of Wales. The bridge was completed by Thomas Telford in 1826.
[Ref: 45794]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Menai Bridge.
Menai Bridge.
H. Hughes, del. G. Childs, lith.
M & N hanhart, lith, Printers. Published by W. Shone, Bangor. [n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph, printed on india. Printed area: 220 x 280mm (8¾ x 11") very large margins.
A view of the Menai Suspension Bridge, built by Thomas Telford in 1826, which spans from Anglesey and Wales.
[Ref: 45955]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Menai Bridge. (Over the Menai Straits).
The Menai Bridge. (Over the Menai Straits). Forming the Roads of Communication between Carnarvonshire and the Island of Anglesey.
J.C. Napper del.t and Lith.
Printed and Published by W. Pritchard._ Carnarvon. [n.d. c., 1830.]
Lithograph. Printed area: 220 x 260mm (8¾ x 10¼") very large margins.
A view of the Menai Bridge, built by Thomas Telford in 1826, between Angelsey and Wales.
[Ref: 45965]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Menai Bridge.
Menai Bridge.
W. Crane.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph, rare. Sheet: 240 x 340mm (9½ x 13½") large margins.
A view of the Menai Bridge, built by Thomas Telford in 1826, between Angelsey and Wales.
[Ref: 45968]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Entrance of the Menai Bridge. From the Carnavon Shore.
Entrance of the Menai Bridge. From the Carnavon Shore.
Drawn and Printed by W. Crane Chester.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph. Printed area: 205 x 250mm (8 x 10"). Large dusty margins.
A view of the Menai suspension bridge, built to span the Menai Strait between Anglesey and the mainland of Wales. The bridge was completed by Thomas Telford in 1826. The view looks across the bridge, showing the entrance with one figure on horseback walking onto the bridge on the left while figures exit the bridge on the right.
[Ref: 46077]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Entrance of the Menai Bridge.
Entrance of the Menai Bridge. From the Carnarvon Shore.
Drawn and Printed by W. Crane_Chester.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 170 x 240mm (6¾ x 9½") very large margins. Foxing.
A view of the entrance to Thomas Telford's Menai Suspension Bridge, built in 1826 to span the Menai Strait between Anglesey and Wales.
[Ref: 46149]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Entrance of the Menai Bridge. From the Carnavon Shore.
Entrance of the Menai Bridge. From the Carnavon Shore.
Drawn and Printed by W. Crane Chester.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph. Printed area: 205 x 250mm (8 x 10"). Foxing in very large margins.
A view of the Menai suspension bridge, built to span the Menai Strait between Anglesey and the mainland of Wales. The bridge was completed by Thomas Telford in 1826. The view looks across the bridge, showing the entrance with one figure on horseback walking onto the bridge on the left while figures exit the bridge on the right.
[Ref: 45796]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Menai Bridge. Carnarvonshire.
The Menai Bridge. Carnarvonshire.
S. Leith, Lithographer Edin.r.
Published by B. F. Lloyd & Co. for J.W. Ambrose, Bangor.
Lithograph, printed on india. Sheet: 235 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Stains and marking, tear in bottom edge into india. India paper lifting slightly.
A view of the Menai suspension bridge, built to span the Menai Strait between Anglesey and the mainland of Wales. The bridge was completed by Thomas Telford in 1826.
[Ref: 45797]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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The Suspension Bridge over the Menai, Looking towards Beaumaris.
The Suspension Bridge over the Menai, Looking towards Beaumaris.
J. Fagan, del et lith.
Day & Son, Lith.rs to The Queen. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 180 x 310mm (7 x 12¼"). Foxing in margin.
The Menai Suspension Bridge, linking mainland Wales and Anglesey, was built by Thomas Telford and completed in 1826
[Ref: 46409]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Menai Suspension Bridge.]
[Menai Suspension Bridge.]
[n.d., c.1820.]
Pencil sketch. Sheet: 215 x 335mm (8½ x 13¼").
A pencil sketch of the Menai Strait during the construction of the Menai Suspension Bridge. The bridge was built by Thomas Telford and completed in 1826, it was designed to link Wales and Anglesey
[Ref: 45970]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Within the Trunk of this Venerable Oak (according to Welch tradition) the body of Howel Sele, a Powerful Chieftain, residing at Nannau, in Merionethshire, was immured, by order of his rival Owen Glyndwr.-See Pennant, Vol.I. p.348.
Within the Trunk of this Venerable Oak (according to Welch tradition) the body of Howel Sele, a Powerful Chieftain, residing at Nannau, in Merionethshire, was immured, by order of his rival Owen Glyndwr.-See Pennant, Vol.I. p.348. See Pennant, Vol.I. p.348. The Original Sketch from which this etching is made, was drawn from nature on the 27th. Day of July, 1813, by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart. And on the same night, this aged tree fell to the ground. It was situated within the kitchen garden walls of Sir Robert Williams Vaughan, Bart. At Nannau, near Dolgelle.
G. Cuitt 1817.
Engraving with large margins, etching on india with separate title plate Image plate 330 x 265mm (13 x 10½") very large margins, title 75 x 265mm (3 x 10½").
The Nannau Oak in Merionethshire (now Gwynedd). According to legend, Howel Sele, Lord of Nannau, attempted to kill his cousin, Owen Glyndwr. Saved by armour under his clothes, Owen had Howel killed and secretly hidden in the hollow of the oak, where his skeleton was found forty years later. The tree had a bad reputation and was known as 'The Hollow Oak of the Demons' (Derwen Ceubren yr Ellyll). According to Pennant it was 400 years old and twenty-eight feet in circumference. A sundial with an inscription marks the spot it once stood at Nannau House.
[Ref: 46407]   £240.00  
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The R.t Hon.ble Lady Eleanor Butler & Miss Ponsonby
The R.t Hon.ble Lady Eleanor Butler & Miss Ponsonby ''The Ladies of Llangollen''. From an original drawing. [Facsimile signatures below.]
[Lithographed by Richard James Lane after Lady Mary Leighton, printed by Jérémie Graf.]
[n.d., c.1835.
Tinted lithograph, rare. Printed area 340 x 245mm (13½ x 9¾") with large margins. Slight surface soiling.
Two elderly women sitting in a study with a cluttered desk, bookcases behind and seated cat. The two Irish upper-class ladies scandalised society by living together in complete isolation from society in a cottage at Plasnewydd in the vale of Llangollen, Denbighshire. Sarah Ponsonby (c.1755-1831) was second cousin of Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough; Lady Eleanor Charlotte Butler (1745? - 1829) was related to the Earls of Ormond. No one knew their names so they were just called ‘the ladies’. Their devotion to each other and their eccentric manners gave them wide notoriety: all tourists in Wales sought introduction to them, and among their visitors were the writers Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron and Walter Scott, as well as the Duke of Wellington, Josiah Wedgwood and Queen Charlotte, who persuaded George III to grant them a pension. With their servant, Mary Caryll, who died before either of them, they lie buried in Plasnewydd churchyard under a triangular pyramid inscribed with their names. Their house in now a museum. This print was published after their deaths, with the dates of their decease under the signatures. This example has had the attributions removed.
[Ref: 46344]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)

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The R.t Hon.ble Lady Eleanor Butler & Miss Ponsonby
The R.t Hon.ble Lady Eleanor Butler & Miss Ponsonby ''The Ladies of Llangollen''. [Facsimile signatures below.]
Drawn on Stone by J.H. Lynch. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
Ent.d at Stationer's Hall. [n.d., c.1835.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour heightened with gum arabic. Printed area 280 x 180mm (11 x 7") with large margins.
Portraits of two Irish upper-class women who scandalised society by living together in complete isolation from society in a cottage at Plasnewydd in the vale of Llangollen, Denbighshire. Sarah Ponsonby (c.1755-1831) was second cousin of Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough; Lady Eleanor Charlotte Butler (1745? - 1829) was related to the Earls of Ormond. No one knew their names so they were just called ‘the ladies’. Their devotion to each other and their eccentric manners gave them wide notoriety: all tourists in Wales sought introduction to them, and among their visitors were the writers Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron and Walter Scott, as well as the Duke of Wellington, Josiah Wedgwood and Queen Charlotte, who persuaded George III to grant them a pension. With their servant, Mary Caryll, who died before either of them, they lie buried in Plasnewydd churchyard under a triangular pyramid inscribed with their names. Their house in now a museum.
NPG: D14047.
[Ref: 46343]   £220.00  

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