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Copy of A Curious Letter
Copy of A Curious Letter From A Gentlemen to a Lady.
[n.d. c.1850.]
Letterpress, sheet 185 x120mm (7¼ x 12¾"). Some time staining. Creased where previously folded. Some holes.
A publication of a letter with an interesting code. If the letter is read directly it seems like a hate letter, however if read you read every other line it is a romantic letter. Presumambly it is written this way as a father is reading the young lady's letters and disapproves of the relationship.
[Ref: 58970]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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The Rev. M.r Aaron.
The Rev. M.r Aaron. Born at Cadalor of Heathen Parents A.D. 1695, instructed in the Christian Religion and baptized 1718, appointed Schoolmaster 1719. Ordained at Tranquebar for a Minister among the Pagans A.D. 1733. The Drawing from which this was Engrav'd was the gift of the Rev: Mr. Seigenhagen to the Rt. Hon. Selina Countess of Huntingdon, 1744. in whose Possession this Plate is preserved.
G. Vertue Sc.
[n.d., c.1744.]
Scarce engraving. 305 x 200mm (12 z 8"), large margins. Tear entering plate taped on the front, some staining.
Naive full-length portrait of a man in native dress, with a church and school on hills behind. Born into a merchant family of Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu, Aaron was originally named Arumugam. When the first Protestant mission in India opened a school in his neighbourhood, he was one of the first students at the school to learn from Tamil books printed by the Tranquebar Lutheran Mission. In 1718 he travelled to Tranquebar where he was baptised and Christened 'Aaron' by Bartholomaeus Ziegenbaig, a pioneer of Protestant missionary activity in India. He was ordained in 1733. He died in 1745. He was mourned by both Hindu & Christians.
Alexander: 866
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The Adelphi Terrace
The Adelphi Terrace
Publish'd Dec.r 21.st 1795. by T. Malton.
Fine coloured aquatint with etching, sheet 375 x 275mm (14¾ x 10¾").
View down the Adelphi Terrace, looking towards the York Buildings; a horse-drawn carriage waits by the building, a lady and child stand by the iron railing that fronts the river, a couple walk down the pavement on the right, beyond on the left can be seen the steam engine tower of the waterworks; illustration to Malton's 'Picturesque Tour'.
[Ref: 59027]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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The Adelphi
The Adelphi
Publish'd June 15. 1796 by T. Malton.
Coloured aquatint with etching, sheet 290 x 380mm (11¼ x 15").
View from the River Thames, looking south-west, with the Adelphi on the far right; a number of boats moored and on the water in the foreground and beyond, Westminster Abbey in the distance to the left; illustration to Malton's 'Picturesque Tour'.
[Ref: 59023]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Adam Street, Adelphi.
Adam Street, Adelphi.
Publish'd March 15.th 1796. by T. Malton.
Fine coloured aquatint with etching, sheet 395 x 305mm (15½ x 12"). Tape marks.
View of Adam Street, Adelphi, looking north; illustration to Malton's 'Picturesque Tour'
[Ref: 59017]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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John Street, Adelphi.
John Street, Adelphi.
Publish'd Dec.r 21.st 1795. by T. Malton.
Fine coloured aquatint with etching, sheet 420 x 310mm (16½ x 12¼"). Crease near centre. Time staining, messy.
View down John Street, Adelphi; illustration to Malton's 'Picturesque Tour'.
[Ref: 59005]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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L'Agriculture.
L'Agriculture. F. II.
Huquier ex.
[A Paris chez Huquier rue des Mathurins près celle de Sorbonne. C.P.R.] [n.d., c.1760.]
Rare etching. 200 x 135mm (8 x 5¼"). Small margins on 3 sides.
A rococo design, engraved and published by Gabriel Huquier (1695-1772), representing Agriculture, with pots, topiary and tools.
[Ref: 59101]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[12 landscape prints most engraved by Benjamin Green after Paul Sandby, Thomas Daniell, S.H. Grimn, etc.]
[12 landscape prints most engraved by Benjamin Green after Paul Sandby, Thomas Daniell, S.H. Grimn, etc.]
[all but one] Pub.d Aug.st 1st 1787 by C. Phillips.
Album of 12 stipples and etchings, various sizes, largest 185 x 250mm (7¼ x 9¾"). Three plates with heavy oxidisation of paper.
A collection of plates reissued by Charles Phillips. Scarce collection stitched as purchased in the 18th century.
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[Charles W. Alcock.] The Man of the World. ''Association Football.''
[Charles W. Alcock.] The Man of the World. ''Association Football.''
Saturday, February 8, 1890.
Coloured lithograph. Sheet 375 x 230mm (14¾ x 9"). Trimmed, creased, small splits in folds.
Charles William Alcock (1842-1907) captained England in a football international against Scotland in 1875. He also proposed the F.A. Cup in 1872 and refereed the 1875 and 1879 FA Cup Finals.
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Glacier des Bossons. Chamonix (Savoie).
Glacier des Bossons. Chamonix (Savoie). La Suisse et la Savoie. 15.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1860 [-1865]. Paris, Londres. Berlin ... Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, large margins. A little scuffing, a colour mark in image.
Bossons Glacier, in the Mont Blac massif, with tourists walking on the moraine. Plate 15 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
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Berne. (Canton de Berne.)
Berne. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 20.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Repaired nick and tears on margins, some spots.
A view of the Old City of Bern, bordered on three sides by the river Aare. Plate 20 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59060]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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L'Eiger. (Canton de Berne.)
L'Eiger. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 43.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins.
A view of the Eiger, in the Canton of Bern, with tourists walking on the mountain river bank. Plate 43 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59040]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Lac Moerill and le Glacier d'Aletsch. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Lac Moerill and le Glacier d'Aletsch. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse, la Savoie et le Tyrol. 79.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, 57. R. de Seine, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Octobre 1862. Paris, Londres, La Haye. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 20"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Colour stains on image, slightly foxed on top margin.
A view of the Aletsch Glacier, in the Canton of Valais, and the glacial lake Märjelen. Plate 79 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59061]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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La Wengernalp. (Canton de Berne.)
La Wengernalp. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 22.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Creases and repaired tears outer margins on right.
The Wengernalp, an alpine meadow in the Canton of Bern popular for its views over the Bernese Alps. Plate 22 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59059]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Martigny. (Canton du Valais.)
Martigny. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 40.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Slightly scuffed top left. Pinhole in building on left.
A view of Martigny, in the Canton of Valais. Plate 40 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59042]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Lausanne. (Canton de Vaud.)
Lausanne. (Canton de Vaud.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 37.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Nicks and colour stains on outer margins on right.
A view of Lausanne, in the Canton of Vaud, with Lake Geneva in the background. Plate 37 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59058]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Les Alpes Bernoises. (Canton de Berne.)
Les Alpes Bernoises. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 47.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Small tears and creases on margins, some spots on image.
A view of the Bernese Alps, in the Canton of Berne, with people riding horses in the foreground and cattle in the middle ground. Plate 47 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59057]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Strahlhorn et le Glacier de Findelin. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Strahlhorn et le Glacier de Findelin. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse, la Savoie et le Tyrol. 80.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, 57. R. de Seine, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 385 x 495mm (15¼ x 19½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Slightly scuffed and foxed, some coloured spots.
A view of the Strahlhorn and Findel Glacier, in the Canton of Valais, with people and mules in the foreground. Plate 80 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59056]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue Prise au Dessous de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.)
Vue Prise au Dessous de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 6.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Crease and nick on margins, some spots.
A view of the Glacier of Rosenlaui, in the Canton of Berne, from a valley with people walking on the path. Plate 6 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59055]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Sion. (Canton du Valais.)
Sion. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 18.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stam, very large margins.
A view of Sion, in the Canton of Valais. Plate 18 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59054]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Mont Cervin. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Mont Cervin. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 13.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Some surface dirt.
A view of the Matterhorn, in the Canton of Valais, from a valley with goats being herded in the foreground. Plate 13 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59053]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Glacier de Viesch. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Glacier de Viesch. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse, la Savoie et le Tyrol. 81.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, 57. R. de Seine, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Octobre 1862. Paris, Londres, La Haye. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Some spots, two wormholes.
A view of the Fiescher Glacier, in the Canton of Valais. Plate 81 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59051]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Grindelwald. (Canton de Berne).
Grindelwald. (Canton de Berne). La Suisse et la Savoie. 3.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1860 [-1865]. Paris, Londres. Berlin ... Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, large margins. A little scuffing, repaired tears in bottom margin below publication line & top above title.
A view of Grindelwald, with the Wetterhorn and the end of the Upper Grindelwald Glacier. Plate 3 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 58926]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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La Jungfrau, Vue de la Petite Scheideck. (Canton de Berne.)
La Jungfrau, Vue de la Petite Scheideck. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 25.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Repaired tears on margins, some colour stains in sky.
A view of the Jungfrau, one of the summits of the Bernese Alps, seen from the Kleine Scheidegg mountain pass. Plate 25 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59063]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Glacier de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.)
Glacier de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 5.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Slightly scuffed, nick and tear on right margin
A view of the Glacier of Rosenlaui, in the Canton of Berne, with people crossing the moraine and the glacier. Plate 5 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59048]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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Montreux. (Canton de Vaud.)
Montreux. (Canton de Vaud.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 26.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er 8.bre 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Some spots.
A view of Montreux and Lake Geneva, in the Canton of Vaud. Plate 26 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59050]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Zurich. (Canton de Zurich.)
Zurich. (Canton de Zurich.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 38.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Repaired nick and colour stain on margins, scuffing and some spots on top right.
A view of Zürich from the river Limmat. Plate 38 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59062]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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The Elevation of Althrop in Northampton Shire,
The Elevation of Althrop in Northampton Shire, The Seat of the R.t Hon.ble the Earl of Sunderland &c: to whom this Plate is most humbly Inscrib'd.
Ca: Cambell Delin: H. Hulsbergh Sc:
[n.d. c.1725.]
Engraving, 18th century watermark. 255 x 500mm (10 x 19¾"), very large margins. Original binding folds.
Althorp House, built by Robert Spencer (1641-1702), 2nd Earl of Sunderland, in 1688, the childhood home of Diana, Princess of Wales. Published in Colen Campbell's 'Vitruvius Britannicus'.
[Ref: 58769]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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On Princess Amelia.
On Princess Amelia. To the Right Hon:a the Earl Rivers, These Four Plates are humbly inscrib'd.
[Etched by George Bickham.]
[n.d., c.1737-9.]
Scarce etched music sheet, 18th century watermark. 325 x 200mm (12¾ x 8"). Narrow margins at top, trimmed to plate at bottom, original binding folds,
A music sheet with a headpiece of a woman dancing before an audience in parkland. The song was set to music by Maurice Green (1696-1755), Professor of Music at Cambridge University & 'Master of the King's Musick'. Bath interest. From George Bickham's 'The Musical Entertainer'.
[Ref: 58699]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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S.ir Jeffery Amherst,
S.ir Jeffery Amherst, Knight of the most honorable Order of the Bath, Governor of Virginia, Colonel of His Majesty's 15.th & 60.th Regiments of Foot Lieutenant General, & Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North America from 1758 to 1764.
J. Reynolds pinx.t. R.P [within image]
[n.d. c.1766]
Fine mezzotint, plate 355 x 250mm (14 x 10"). With collectors stamp of Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830) below artist. Unexamined outside of frame.
Three-quarter length portrait of Jeffrey Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst (1717-1797) resting his chin on his right hand, looking to left; wearing star and sash over armour, his helmet on plan of Montreal before him and landscape behind him. Amherst was an army officer and field marshal. Fought in North America 1758-61; governor of Virginia 1763.
[Ref: 58984]   £750.00  
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L'Anatomie.
L'Anatomie. F.8.
Huquier ex.
[A Paris chez Huquier rue des Mathurins à côté de celle de Sorbonne C.P.R.] [n.d., c.1760.]
Rare etching. 185 x 140mm (7¼ x 5½"), large margins on 3 sides.
A rococo design, engraved and published by Gabriel Huquier (1695-1772), representing anatomy. A dead male body is draped across a table over a draining vat, with a saw and scalpel.
[Ref: 59094]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The R.t Hon.ble George Lord Anson.
The R.t Hon.ble George Lord Anson. Baron of Soberton, First Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, Vice Admiral of Great Britain. Admiral of the Blue Squadron, & one of his Majesty's most Hon.ble Privy Council.
[After Sir Joshua Reynolds][Engraver James McArdell]
[Published by James McArdell] [n.d. c.1755]
Mezzotint proof before artist, engraver and publisher were added. Print 360 x 250mm (14¼ x 10"). Trimmed to plate and glued to album sheet. Crease through middle.
Three-quarter length portrait of naval officer and politician George Anson, 1st Baron Anson (1697-1762), with his right hand on his hip and left resting on anchor, ship and foliage behind. He wears shoulder-length wig and embroidered coat and waistcoat. Anson served as a junior officer during the War of the Spanish Succession and then saw active service against Spain at the Battle of Cape Passaro during the War of the Quadruple Alliance. He then undertook a circumnavigation of the globe during the War of Jenkins' Ear. Anson commanded the fleet that defeated the French Admiral de la Jonquière at the First Battle of Cape Finisterre during the War of the Austrian Succession. Anson went on to be First Lord of the Admiralty during the Seven Years' War.
CS 2. Goodwin 43. Hamilton page 2.
[Ref: 58873]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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The Antiquarian's Museum.
The Antiquarian's Museum.
Dean & Co, Threadneedle Street.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Hand coloured lithograph with overlay. Sheet 285 x 225mm (11¼ x 9¾"). Trimmed to image losing title and publication line, flap torn, horizontal slight folding crease in the middle, small tear in bottom edge.
A man opens the door to a room housing his collection. Raising the flap reveals three small children playing with his treasures. A regency amusement.
See Ref: 58833 & 58855
[Ref: 58831]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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[An Ottoman training an Arabian stallion.] 39.
[An Ottoman training an Arabian stallion.] 39.
Carle Vernet. S. lith de Delpech.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph. Sheet 390 x 535mm (15½ x 21"). Repaired tear outside image.
An equestrian print after French painter, Antoine Charles Horace Vernet (1758-1835) showing figure training an Arabian horse.
[Ref: 58711]   £450.00  

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The Archimedes, Steamer. Fitted with Mr. F.P. Smith's Patent Screw Propeller, off the North Foreland,
The Archimedes, Steamer. Fitted with Mr. F.P. Smith's Patent Screw Propeller, off the North Foreland, on her Trip from Gravesend to Portsmouth, which was Performed in 21 Hours, Against a Fresh Breeze from the West, May 14th, 1839.
Painted by W.J. Huggins. Engraved by E. Duncan.
London, Published by Mr. Huggins, Marine Painter to His Late Majesty Will.m IVth _ 105 Leadenhall Street. But later.
Coloured aquatint. 410 x 540mm (16 x 21¼"). Crack in bottom platemark and tears repaired, abrasion to edges. Margins very messy.
A view of SS Archimedes, the world's first successfull screw propeller steamship, in rough seas. Named after Archimedes' Screw, she was built in 1839 with a propeller designed by Francis Pettit Smith (1808-74). The ship was lent to Isambard Kingdom Brunel to trial for several months, after which Brunel changed the design of the SS Great Britain from paddle to screw propulsion
[Ref: 58967]   £750.00  
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Artemise aprez avoir épuisé la Nature et lassé les Arts, pour eterniser son deuil et la memoire de mausolea, aval eses cendres et luy fait un second Monument de son corps.
Artemise aprez avoir épuisé la Nature et lassé les Arts, pour eterniser son deuil et la memoire de mausolea, aval eses cendres et luy fait un second Monument de son corps. Strabo lib. 14.
Vignon inuent.
Mariette excud. cum priuil. Regis. [n.d. c.1647.]
Etching and engraving, plate 340 x 220mm (13½ x 9¾"). Some nicks and tears on left margin slightly going into plate.
Full-length portrait of Artemisia, wearing mourning clothes and drinking Mausolus’ ashes from a cup. The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus she built for her late brother and husband is visible in the background. The illustration was included in ‘La Gallerie des femmes fortes’ by Le Moyne.
Meyer: 340. Blum: 1500. Duplessis: 1494. Lothe: 1444.
[Ref: 58973]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Johnson's Patent Syrup of Asparagus.
Johnson's Patent Syrup of Asparagus. No 369, Strand, London, and Rue Caumartin, Paris. This Preparation of Wild Asparagus, is found to be a powerful Sedative, causing neither Nausea nor Constipation [...] This valuable preparation os sold at Dr. Scott's establishment, 369, Strand, London. Prince Four Shillings a Bottle.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Letterpress with wood-engraving on card. Sheet 85 x 120mm (3¼ x 4¾"). Trimmed close to text on right.
[Ref: 58752]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Johnson's Patent Syrup of Asparagus.
Johnson's Patent Syrup of Asparagus. No 369, Strand, London, and Rue Caumartin, Paris. This Preparation of Wild Asparagus, is found to be a powerful Sedative, causing neither Nausea nor Constipation [...] This valuable preparation os sold at Dr. Scott's establishment, 369, Strand, London. Prince Four Shillings a Bottle.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Letterpress with wood-engraving on card. Sheet 75 x 125mm (3 x 5"). Amendment label over title.
[Ref: 58754]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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L'Astrologie.
L'Astrologie. S.5.
Huquier ex.
[A Paris chez Huquier rue des Mathurins près celle de Sorbonne. C.P.R.] [n.d., c.1760.]
Rare etching. 165 x 110mm (6½ x 4¼"). Small margins on 3 sides.
A rococo design, engraved and published by Gabriel Huquier (1695-1772), representing Astrology, with an eagle on a plinth, globes and a telescope.
[Ref: 59100]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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L'Astronomie.
L'Astronomie. S.4.
Huquier ex.
[A Paris chez Huquier rue des Mathurins près celle de Sorbonne. C.P.R.] [n.d., c.1760.]
Rare etching. 165 x 115mm (6½ x 4½"), large margins on 3 sides.
A rococo design, engraved and published by Gabriel Huquier (1695-1772), representing Astronomy, with measuring tools and a telescope.
[Ref: 59098]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Thomas Attwood, Esq.re.
Thomas Attwood, Esq.re. Founder of Political Unions.
Printed by C. Kellow, 13, Red Lions St, Holborn.
Published for the Proprietor by J. Drake, New Street, Birmingham [n.d., c.1832].
Rare lithograph. Sheet 380 x 275mm (15 x 10¾"). Taped into mount. Slight mountburn.
Thomas Attwood (1783-1856), political reformer, founded the Birmingham Political Union in 1830 campaigning for cities and large towns to be directly represented in Parliament. The portrait seems to pre-date his election to Parliament in December 1832, after the passing of the Great Reform Act.
[Ref: 58915]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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[Auction Catalogue.] A Catalogue (Part the First) Of the last Year's Produce of the Derby and Chelsea Porcelaine Manufactories [...]
[Auction Catalogue.] A Catalogue (Part the First) Of the last Year's Produce of the Derby and Chelsea Porcelaine Manufactories [...] Which, by Order of Mess. Duesbury and Co. Will be Sold by Auction, By Mr. Christie At his Great Room, the Royal Academy, Pall Mall, On Tuesday, the 9th, and Wednesday, the 10th of February, 1773. To be viewed on the Saturday and Monday preceding the Sale, whcih will begin at Twelve o'Clock. Catalogues may be had as above.
[1773.]
Very scarce disbound 8vo, complete, pp. 16, 200 x 125mm (8 x 5"), stitched. Misbound. Leftover tape and glue on the back, slightly foxed, some nicks on edges.
A two-day sale’s auction catalogue by James Christie (1730-1803). Each day has 75 items, including porcelain, vases, urns, tripods, altars and dessert services. The ‘Second Day’s Sale’ pages are misbound.
[Ref: 59072]   £980.00  
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The Children in the Wood.
The Children in the Wood.
S.r Jos.ua Reynolds pinx.t. Ja.s Watson Fecit.
publish'd according to Act of parliament June 2.d 1772, by James Watson Queen Ann Street.
Rare mezzotint, rare scratched letter proof before title. 370 x 275mm (14½ x 10¾"). Trimmed to plate at bottom, repaired crack in image. Crease
A scene from the folk tale better known as the 'Babes in the Wood'. The two children, taken to the woods by men paid by their uncle to kill them, die lost in the woods and are covered with leaves by robins. Behind, one of the men has killed the other.
[Ref: 58736]   £320.00  
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[Backgammon.]
[Backgammon.] Hæc sacra, spectator, superant simulata potentum gaudia: ruricolas aulica cura fugit! Pætum suave placet, cerevisia rara, fritillus et casa: quis nobis ditior esse potetest?
J: de Visscher fecit. A: van Ostaden pinxit.
G. Valk excudit. [n.d. c.1670.]
Engraving and etching, sheet 350 x 245mm (13¾ x 9¾"). Trimmed within plate. Small nick and stains on inscription area.
A rustic cottage scene with various peasants at leisure. Two men sit at a table playing backgammon, under a thatched canopy, watched by two other peasants.
Hollstein: 15.III.
[Ref: 58974]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Rt. Hon.ble Sr. Joseph Banks K.B.
Rt. Hon.ble Sr. Joseph Banks K.B. European Magazine.
Engraved by Ridley.
Pub by J Sewell Cornhill Oct 1 1802. But later.
Stipple. 165 x 115mm (6½ x 4½").
Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), the English botanist, naturalist and patron of the natural sciences. Banks took part in Captain James Cook's first great voyage (1768-1771). He was the leading founder of the African Association, the British organization dedicated to the exploration of Africa, and a member of the Society of Dilettanti, which helped to establish the Royal Academy.
[Ref: 58704]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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S.r John Barnard.
S.r John Barnard.
A. Ramsay pinxit. J. Faber fecit.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament A.o D 1739.
Rare mezzotint, print 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Trimmed to plate at bottom and glued to album sheet. Damaged top right.
Three-quarters portrait of Sir John Barnard (1685-1764) wearing a fur trimmed robe, eyes to front, his left hand pointing at paper on table at right. He was a politician: MP for the City of London, (1722-61); alderman and Lord Mayor, 1737; his main business interest was in marine insurance and was opponent of Robert Walpole
CS 24 II.
[Ref: 58818]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Bath Stays or the Lady's Steel Shapes.
Bath Stays or the Lady's Steel Shapes.
Pub. by M Darly. June 4. 1777. Strand.
hand-coloured etching, sheet 245 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Trimmed to plate, slightly stained and creased on edges, one pinhole.
A satire on the tight-lacing which was accentuated when 'cork rumps' became fashionable. In a blacksmith's smithy, a portion of a pair of stays is on the anvil, at which two smiths strike with hammers. A third man measures a lady round the chest with a tape, while she stands very upright and wears a deeply pointed bodice over an underskirt projecting at the back in the fashionable manner.
BM Satires: 5444.
[Ref: 59093]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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Bedruthan Steps, near S.t Colomb, (from Diggory Island).
Bedruthan Steps, near S.t Colomb, (from Diggory Island). Proof.
Published by W. Polkinhorn [n.d., c.1840].
Colour tinted lithograph, a proof on chine collé, on printed backing card as normal. Sheet 335 x 440mm (13¼ x 17¼"). A little scuffing.
A rare, separate-issue view of Bedruthan beach, with the sea stacks known as the 'Bedruthan Steps', said to be a giant's shortcut across the bay. There is no record of Polkinhorn as a publisher, but a 'W. Polkinhorn' owned the Red Lion Commercial Inn at St Columb in 1859.
[Ref: 58717]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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William Benn Esq.r Lord Mayor of the City of London 1746.
William Benn Esq.r Lord Mayor of the City of London 1746.
T. Hudson Pinx.t. J.s M.cArdell fecit.
[n.d., c.1746.]
Mezzotint. 330 x 225mm (13 x 9"). Repaired tears, one entering inscription area.
William Benn (c.1682-1755), a merchant of the Fletchers Company of London, Lord Mayor in 1746, founder of the Jacobite 'Benn's Club', consisting of himself and five other Tory aldermen.
CS 15, only state. W 148 only state.
[Ref: 59083]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Portrait of Bennilong; a native of New Holland,
Portrait of Bennilong; a native of New Holland, who after experiencing for two years the Luxuries of England, returned to his own Country and resumed all his savage Habits.
[London, 1817.]
Engraving. 210 x 160mm (8¼ x 6¼"). Trimmed to plate at top, narrow margins elsewhere.
Bennelong (c.1764-1813) was an aborigine kidnapped by Governor Philip in 1789 and forced to learn English, following orders from King George III to open relations with the locals. He was brought to England in 1792 and was said to have had an audience with the king, although there is no evidence. He returned to Australia in 1795 where he returned to the bush and led a clan. His grave was found in 2011 in the garden of a private house in present-day Putney, New South Wales, which is being turned into a museum. From George Alexander Cooke's 'Modern and Authentic System of Universal Geography'.
Rex Nan Kivell Collection, NK4777. A similar portrait thought to depict Bennelong, signed 'W.W.' is now in the Dixson Galleries of the State Library of New South Wales.
[Ref: 58729]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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