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[His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales, &c. &c. &c.. 1755]
[His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales, &c. &c. &c.. 1755]
Adolphe Pinxit. B. Baron Sculpsit.
[n.d. 1755]
Scarce engraving. Sheet 565 x 460mm (22¼ x 18"). Trimmed, losing title.
A portrait of George III, when the Prince of Wales, astride a rearing horse (1738-1820). George became heir to the throne when his father died from a lung infection. A damaged impression of this large and impressive image.
[Ref: 54069]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Kingston Jamaica. A View of the Kingston Theatre (taken from the Parade).
Kingston Jamaica. A View of the Kingston Theatre (taken from the Parade).
Taken with the Daguerreotype by A. Duperly. Lithographed by G. Muller. Printed by Thierry Brothers.
[Kingston, published by A. Duperly, n.d., c.1844.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 220 x 270mm (8¾ x 10¾") with large margins.
The Theatre Royal, opened in 1840 and destroyed in the 1907 earthquake. Lithographed after an early photograph by Adolphe Duperly, probably from his series 'Dagurian Excursions in Jamaica' 1844.
[Ref: 63114]   £390.00  
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Kingston Jamaica. A View of Coke Chapel (taken from the Parade).
Kingston Jamaica. A View of Coke Chapel (taken from the Parade).
Taken with the Daguerreotype by A. Duperly. Lithographed by Ph. Benoist. Paris, Printed by Thierry Brothers.
[Kingston, published by A. Duperly, n.d., c.1844.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 220 x 270mm (8¾ x 10¾"), with large margins.
Coke Chapel, a Methodist chapel built in 1840 and destroyed in the 1907 earthquake. Lithographed after an early photograph by Adolphe Duperly, probably from his series 'Dagurian Excursions in Jamaica' 1844.
[Ref: 63115]   £320.00  
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Kingston Jamaica. A View of the Kingston Barracks.
Kingston Jamaica. A View of the Kingston Barracks.
Taken with the Daguerreotype by A. Duperly. Lithographed by Bachelier. Printed by Thierry Brothers.
[Kingston, published by A. Duperly, n.d., c.1844.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 220 x 270mm (8¾ x 10¾") with large margins.
A scene at the Kingston Barracks with soldiers and guests standing outside on the grounds. Lithographed after an early photograph by Adolphe Duperly, probably from his series 'Dagurian Excursions in Jamaica' 1844.
[Ref: 63116]   £390.00  
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Jamaica Island. King' House (Spanish Town.)
Jamaica Island. King' House (Spanish Town.)
Taken with the Daguerreotype by A. Duperly. Lithographed by J. Jacotet. Printed by Thierry Brothers.
[Kingston, published by A. Duperly, n.d., c.1844.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 220 x 270mm (8¾ x 10¾"), with large margins.
Kings House, constructed in 1762 to be the official residence of the Governor of Jamaica, mostly destroyed by fire in 1927, although the facade survives. Lithographed after an early photograph by Adolphe Duperly, probably from his series 'Dagurian Excursions in Jamaica' 1844.
[Ref: 63117]   £390.00  
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Jamaica Island. The Ferry JNN. (Spanish Town.)
Jamaica Island. The Ferry JNN. (Spanish Town.)
Taken with the Daguerreotype by A. Duperly. Lithographed by J. Jacotet. Printed by Thierry Brothers.
[Kingston, published by A. Duperly, n.d., c.1844.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 220 x 270mm (8¾ x 10¾"), with large margins.
A view of the Ferry Inn, Spanish Town Road, Caymanas, Kingston. The first Ferry Inn was built in 1677. In 1840, George Stiebel (c.1821-96) was involved with the reconstruction of the Ferry Inn. He later became Jamaica's first Black millionaire, and he built the Devon House in 1881. Lithographed after an early photograph by Adolphe Duperly, probably from his series 'Dagurian Excursions in Jamaica' 1844.
[Ref: 63331]   £390.00  
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Theresa Milanollo.
Theresa Milanollo.
M. Adolphe.
Imp d'Aubert & C.ie [n.d. 1844.]
Engraving 185 x 235mm, large margins. Slightly foxed.
Teresa Milanollo (1827-1904) as a teenager, holding a violin. She and her sister Maria (1832-1848) were child prodigy violinists from Savigliano. They came to England in 1845 in the course of an extensive European tour, after which a piece of music they played ('Milanollo' by German composer Johann Valentin Hamm) was adopted as a regimental march by both the Coldstream Guards and Life Guards.
[Ref: 59436]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Cacophanie.
Cacophanie.
Peint par A. Weisz. Gravé par Paul Giradet.
Berlin - Verlag von Goupil & Co. Imprimé et Publié par Goupil & Cie Editeurs le 1er 8bre 1878 - Paris - Londres - La Haye. New York - Published by M. Knoedler.
Mixed-method engraving. 550 x 440mm (21¾ x 17¼"), with wide margins. Spotting in margins.
An elegant interior with a woman putting her fingers in her ears to block the noise coming from the bewigged man playing the cello. To one side is a umbrella yarn swift.
[Ref: 54282]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Harmonie..
Harmonie..
Peint par A. Weisz. Gravé par Paul Giradet.
Berlin - Verlag von Goupil & Co. Imprimé et Publié par Goupil & Cie Editeurs le 1er 8bre 1878 - Paris - Londres - La Haye. New York - Published by M. Knoedler.
Mixed-method engraving. 550 x 440mm (21¾ x 17¼"). Tear in margin taped.
A man stands by an open window, in 18th century embroidered waist coat, playing a violin as his mother sits listening with hands clasped. A caged bird hangs in the window. A spinning wheel sits by the mother's side.
[Ref: 54283]   £350.00  
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Napoleon's Bivouac on the Night Preceding the Memorable Battle of Austerlitz.
Napoleon's Bivouac on the Night Preceding the Memorable Battle of Austerlitz.
Engraved by Mr George Cruikshank from the original French Print, published at Paris.
Published May 1, 1824 by John Cumberland, No 19, Ludgate Hill.
Coloured aquatint. Sheet 215 x 275mm (8½ x 10¾"). Folded twice as issued, small split, small tear in title, album paper stuck over left edge.
An adaptation of Adolphe Roehn's painting of Napoleon asleep in a chair, surrounded by his officers, however showing him in full uniform rather than bare-headed and in an overcoat. Also the next day;s battle was Wagram (1805) not Austerlitz (1809). From W.H. Ireland's 'Life of Napoleon Bonaparte', 1828.
Tooley 278.
[Ref: 53356]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Bataille D'Ocana, Livrée le 19 Novembre 1809.
Bataille D'Ocana, Livrée le 19 Novembre 1809.
Roéhn del. Couche fils aqua forti. Pigeot sculp.t.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Hand coloured engraving. Sheet size: 305 x 465mm (12 x 18¼"). Trimmed inside plate at top and bottom.
During the War of Independence, the battle of Ocaña, currently in the province of Toledo, Spain, was fought on 19 November 1809 and resulted in a French victory under the command of Marshal Soult against the Spanish General Juan Carlos de Aréizaga. It was the biggest defeat of the Spanish army, who lost nearly 19,000 men despite being superior in number to their French counterparts, and reinforced the Spanish throne of Joseph Bonaparte (1768 - 1844), the elder brother of Napoleon Bonaparte who had declared him King of Spain a year prior to the battle. In this scene, French troops attack the Spanish, who can be seen fleeing great numbers in the distance to the left.
[Ref: 36160]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Estacade entre le Re Louviers et L'Ile St. Louis. 1840
Estacade entre le Re Louviers et L'Ile St. Louis. 1840
AP Martial.
Etching. 140 x 210mm, 5½ x 8¼".
Adolphe Potémont Martial (1828-83), creator of over three hundred scenes of Paris and its environs.
[Ref: 12047]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Boxeur Blessé et ses Parieurs Consternés.
Le Boxeur Blessé et ses Parieurs Consternés. Scènes Anglaises dessinées à Londres, par un français prisonnier de Guerre.
A Paris chez Demaison Rue St. Jacques N.o 43 [n.d., c.1820].
Rare coloured etching. 260 x 330mm (10¼ x 13") very large margins.
The aftermath of a casual street-contest, recorded by a French prisoner of war. A lean pugilist, stripped to the waist, sits on the knee of a supporter as a fat publican pours the contents of a tankard into his mouth, trying to revive him. The punters stand around grim-faced at the loss of their bets. First published in 1814 by Aaron Martinet (BM Satires 12352).
[Ref: 60500]   £650.00  
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