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South East View of Copenhagen House. 6.
South East View of Copenhagen House. 6.
[after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale]
[n.d. c.1800].
Coloured mezzotint. 255 x 350mm (10 x 13¾"). Paper edges tatty, browned, foxing spots outside image.
A group of figures outside the house is engaged in a game of skittles. From a series of views first published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1783. Faint traces underneath title where original publication line has been erased. Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale (1750-1801) was a leading porcelain painter, working at the Chelsea Porcelain Factory c. 1755 before moving to Worcester c.1767. He returned to London in 1770, after which he exhibited miniatures at the Society of Artists and produced illustrations for books and magazines.
[Ref: 166]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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South East View of Copenhagen House.
South East View of Copenhagen House.
[after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale]
London: Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Printsellers, No 53 Fleet Street; as the Act directs, 20 March 1783.
Coloured mezzotint. 250 x 360mm (9¾ x 14¼"). Thread margins on three sides.
A group of figures outside the house is engaged in a game of skittles. Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale (1750-1801) was a leading porcelain painter, working at the Chelsea Porcelain Factory c. 1755 before moving to Worcester c.1767. He returned to London in 1770, after which he exhibited miniatures at the Society of Artists and produced illustrations for books and magazines.
[Ref: 51646]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland.] Renard Stating his Accounts.
[Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland.] Renard Stating his Accounts.
[Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale.]
[Oxford Magazine, 1769.]
Engraving. 175 x 115mm (7 x 4½'').
Henry Fox, with a fox's face, with his accounts books, with Bute, Norton, Barrington, Grafton and Mansfield offering their support. Charles James Fox is shown as a cub. Lord Holland was the subject of allegations of financial irregularities when Paymaster General.
BM Satire 4299.
[Ref: 59990]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Treaty of Paris] A Prophecy. The Coach Overturn'd: or, the fall of Mortimer.
[The Treaty of Paris] A Prophecy. The Coach Overturn'd: or, the fall of Mortimer.
H: Tucker Sculp.t [after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale].
[n.d., c.1762.]
Etching. 160 x 135mm (6¼ x 5¼"). Creases and folds as normal.
A satire on the negotiations for the Treaty of Paris, ending the Seven Year's War. A coach carrying the George III and Queen Charlotte (depicted as lions) crashes into a rock, after Lord Bute (the driver) has lost control having been blinded by 'Havana Snuff'. The horses (bearing names connected with British actions in the Seven Years War: "Germany", "Guardeloup", "Pondechery", "America", "Martinico" and "Quebec") run off. Lord Bute was accused of taking bribes to ease the negotiations in France's favour. This is a copy of a satire published by John Williams, lacking 16 lines of verse underneath.
See BM 3966 for the original.
[Ref: 60100]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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The Political Crisis for 1763.
The Political Crisis for 1763.
[after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale.]
[n.d., 1763.]
Etching. 120 x 160mm (4¾ x 6¼") with wide margins on three sides. Small margin on right side. Some creasing.
A dragon representing Lord Bute's Excise Bill is being attacked by John Wilkes and Charles Churchill, while the Dukes of Cumberland and York encourage the British Lion to charge. Above Minerva aims her spear at Lord Mansfield and the Duke of Bedford, who appear as the grotesque figures of Spite and Envy, squirting poison from a huge syringe. This is a reversed copy, without explanatory text, of 'Representing the Heroes of the Times', by Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale )BM Satire 4037).
[Ref: 54430]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford] The Duke of B_d's Reception at Exeter.
[John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford] The Duke of B_d's Reception at Exeter.
Murgo-resky Fuergrock inv. delin sc. [Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale.]
[Oxford Magazine, 1769.]
Engraving. Plate: 120 x 180mm (4¾ x 7''). Damage along lower edge.
A satirical scene showing the Duke of Bedford passing the doors of St Peter's Church, Exeter, followed by a shouting mob of inhabitants of the city. Some of crowd seem to be holding cricket bats (Bedford was a cricket fan). On a ceremonial visit to Exeter, Bedford was followed by a pro-Wilkes mob, who heckled him constantly.
BM Satire 4302.
[Ref: 48428]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford] The Duke of B_d's Reception at Exeter.
[John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford] The Duke of B_d's Reception at Exeter.
Murgo-resky Fuergrock inv. delin sc. [Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale.]
[Oxford Magazine, 1769.]
Engraving. 120 x 180mm (4¾ x 7'').
A satirical scene showing the Duke of Bedford (1710 71) passing the doors of St Peter's Church, Exeter, followed by a shouting mob of inhabitants of the city. Some of crowd seem to be holding cricket bats (Bedford was a cricket fan). On a ceremonial visit to Exeter, Bedford was followed by a pro-Wilkes mob, who heckled him constantly.
BM Satire 4302.
[Ref: 59987]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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A Sequel to the Knights of Baythe, or the One Headed Corporation.
A Sequel to the Knights of Baythe, or the One Headed Corporation. See Liberty's Champions still Loyal and true ...
[Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale?]
[n.d., c.1763 bit later.]
Coloured etching, J. Whatman watermark. 230 x 400mm (9 x 15¾") large margins. Tear entering plate on right, staining on right edge.
Satire on the loyal address of the Corporation of the City of Bath in response to the Peace of Paris. Figures include Temple, Pitt, Newcastle, Sir John Sebright in the costume of Falstaff, Charles Churchill, John Wilkes, Ralph Allen (identified by a raven and postboy on his head) and a devilish Lord Bute.
BM Satire 4007: ''The devil and facial types, particularly that of Bute, are reminiscent of those in satires by Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale''.
[Ref: 54417]   £360.00  
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A View of the Thames from Milbank towards Chelsea and Battersea.
A View of the Thames from Milbank towards Chelsea and Battersea. 5
[After Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale]
[London, Printed for R. Sayer - Map and Printsellers, no. 53, Fleet Street, as the Act directs, 21 March 1789.]
Mezzotint with etching, plate 250 x 350mm (10 x 13¾) with very large margins.
The print is one of a set of "Six Views near London" first published by Sayer & Bennett in 1782/83.
[Ref: 56110]   £320.00  
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