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Sarah Sophia Child.  Countess of Jersey.
Sarah Sophia Child. Countess of Jersey.
Engrav'd by Henry Meyer, from a Miniature by George Saunders.
[British, n.d., c.1820.]
Stipple printed in red ink, with large margins; 280 x 225mm. 11 x 9". A good impression.
Portrait of Sarah Sophia Child-Villiers (née Lady Sarah Sophia Fane), Countess of Jersey (1785-1867), political hostess. In an interior, hand resting on a large book, an organ in the background. After George Sanders (Saunders) (1774-1846), portrait painter and miniaturist.
From Broadlands the Palmerston family.
[Ref: 27492]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Elizabeth Gunning] Miss Gunning.
[Elizabeth Gunning] Miss Gunning.
Saunders Jun.r del. / F Bartolozzi R A Sc.t.
[n.d., 1796.]
Stipple. Sheet 130 x 90mm (5 x 3½"). Trimmed, laid on album paper, some staining.
Oval portrait of Elizabeth Gunning (1769-1823), author and poet, published as the frontispiece of her translation of the French 'Memoirs of Madame De Barneveldt'.
De Vesme 1080, iv of iv.
[Ref: 53696]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Admiral Sir Richard King, Bart.]
[Admiral Sir Richard King, Bart.]
Painted by - Saunders, Esqre. Engraved by C. Turner, A.R.A.
[London: Francis Graham Moon, 1835.]
Mezzotint, proof before title, image 350 x 275mm. 13¾ x 10¾". Trimmed to plate.
Sir Richard King, the younger (1774 - 1834), vice-admiral, born in 1774, was only son of Admiral Sir Richard King. He entered the navy in 1788 on board the Crown in the East Indies with Commodore Cornwallis, by whom he was made lieutenant in 1791, commander in 1793, and captain in 1794. In April 1804 he was appointed to the Achille of 74 guns, in which, on 21 Oct. 1805, he took part in the battle of Trafalgar. On the death of his father in November 1806, King succeeded to the baronetcy, but continued in the Achille, employed on the west coast of France or Spain till 1811, when he was appointed captain of the fleet to Sir Charles Cotton in the Mediterranean and afterwards in the Channel. He was promoted to be rear-admiral on 12 Aug. 1812, and for the rest of the war had his flag in the San Josef, in the Mediterranean, as second in command to Sir Edward Pellew. He was nominated a K.C.B. 2 Jan. 1815, was commander-in-chief in the East Indies from 1816 to 1820, and became a vice-admiral on 19 July 1821. In July 1833 he was appointed commander-in-chief at the Nore. After John Sanders (1750 - 1825).
Whitman: 291, I of II.
[Ref: 14080]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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[Admiral Sir Richard King, Bart.]
[Admiral Sir Richard King, Bart.]
Saunders. C. Turner. [in pencil.]
[1835.]
Mezzotint. Proof before letters. Plate 432 x 299mm. 17 x 11¾".
Vice Admiral Sir Richard King, 2nd Baronet (1774-1834) was an officer in the Royal Navy during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars, who fought with distinction at the Battle of Trafalgar.
W: 291: i of ii.
[Ref: 15368]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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To the King's Most Excellent Majesty This Print of the late Admiral Sir Richard King, Bart. Vice Admiral of the Red and Commander in Chief at the Nore. Is with his Gracious permission most humbly dedicated.
To the King's Most Excellent Majesty This Print of the late Admiral Sir Richard King, Bart. Vice Admiral of the Red and Commander in Chief at the Nore. Is with his Gracious permission most humbly dedicated.
Painted by - Saunders, Esqr. Engraved by C. Turner, A.R.A.
London, Published March 30, 1835, By Fras. Grahm. Moon, Printseller to the King, 20, Threadneedle Street. & sold also by Colnaghi Son & Co. Pall Mall East.
Mezzotint. Plate: 350 x 505mm (13¾ x 19¾"), with very large margins.
Sir Richard King, the younger (1774-1834), vice-admiral son of Admiral Sir Richard King. In April 1804 he was appointed to the Achille of 74 guns, in which, on 21 Oct. 1805, he took part in the battle of Trafalgar. On the death of his father in November 1806, King succeeded to the baronetcy, but continued in the Achille, employed on the west coast of France or Spain till 1811, when he was appointed captain of the fleet to Sir Charles Cotton in the Mediterranean and afterwards in the Channel. He was promoted to be rear-admiral on 12 Aug. 1812, and for the rest of the war had his flag in the San Josef, in the Mediterranean, as second in command to Sir Edward Pellew. He was nominated a K.C.B. 2 Jan. 1815, was commander-in-chief in the East Indies from 1816 to 1820, and became a vice-admiral on 19 July 1821. In July 1833 he was appointed commander-in-chief at the Nore.
Whitman 291 II of II. Ex: Collection the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 39886]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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