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The Right Reverend Philander Chase, D.D.
The Right Reverend Philander Chase, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Ohio.
Engraved by C. Turner, from a Painting by J.G. Strutt, presented to the Theological Seminary in the Diocese of Ohio, by Contributors in England to the said Seminary_1824.
London, Publish'd Aug. 1st.. 1824, by J.C. Strutt, Percy Street, Rathbone Place.
Mezzotint, title in open letters, platemark 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Excellent impression; thread margins; glued to backing sheet at edges.
Portrait of Philander Chase (1775-1852), Episcopal Church Bishop in Ohio; his left arm resting on an upright book closed with clasp, holding papers in his hand, the title page lettered "Appeal on Behalf of [Th]e Diocese of Ohio in the Western Territory". After Jacob George Strutt (1784-1867).
NPG D32898. Whitman 106 II of II; Ex collection of the late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd
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The Right Reverend Philander Chase, D.D.
The Right Reverend Philander Chase, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Ohio.
Engraved by C. Turner, from a Painting by J.G. Strutt, presented to the Theological Seminary in the Diocese of Ohio, by Contributors in England to the said Seminary_1824.
London, Publish'd Aug. 1st.. 1824, by J.C. Strutt, Percy Street, Rathbone Place.
Mezzotint, title in open letters, 355 x 250mm. 14 x 9¾". A little rubbed and soiled, generally a good impression.
Portrait of Philander Chase (1775-1852), Episcopal Church Bishop in Ohio; his left arm resting on an upright book closed with clasp, holding papers in his hand, the title page lettered "Appeal on Behalf of [Th]e Diocese of Ohio in the Western Territory". After Jacob George Strutt (1784-1867).
NPG D32898. Whitman 106, I.
[Ref: 27373]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Cupidon Achetté Trop Cher.
Cupidon Achetté Trop Cher. Engraved from a fine high finished Painting in Water Colours after the Antique, by F. Bartolozzi.
Jos. Tthurts pinx. F.Bartolozzi Sculps.
London, Pub. Dec.r 1.1786 by J.Thane Rupert Street Hay Market.
Stipple and etching. 201 x 222mm (8 x 8¾"). Cut.
Mercury and Venus leading a young girl towards Jupiter and Juno, seated on a throne on the left; on far right, Cupid, crying.
De Vesme: 389; v/v. See 21226.
[Ref: 20437]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Cupidon Achetté Trop Cher.
Cupidon Achetté Trop Cher. Engraved from a fine high finished Painting in Water Colours after the Antique, by F. Bartolozzi.
Jos. Tthurts pinx. F.Bartolozzi Sculps.
London, Pub. Dec.r 1.1786 by J.Thane Rupert Street Hay Market.
Stipple and etching. Plate 196 x 222mm. 7¾ x 8¾". Full margins.
Mercury and Venus leading a young girl towards Jupiter and Juno, seated on a throne on the left; on far right, Cupid, crying.
De Vesme: 389; v/v. See 20437.
[Ref: 21226]   £320.00  
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Teignmouth Bridge, from the Quay.
Teignmouth Bridge, from the Quay. This Bridge was Designed by and Executed under the direction of Roger Hopkins, Civil Engineer, &c.&c.&c.
Strutt Delt. C. Rosenberg Sc.
Published by E. Croydon, June 5th. 1827, Public Library, Teignmouth.
Hand coloured aquatint, 265 x 360mm. 10½ x 14¼". Slightly soiled; stain to sky.
Scarce locally-published print of the first Shaldon Bridge, which crossed the estuary mouth of the River Teign at Teignmouth, Devon. Figures and cargo on quayside in foreground. The original bridge was owned by the Teignmouth and Shaldon Bridge Company and opened on 8 June 1827. It had 34 wooden arches and was 1,671 feet long, which made it the longest wooden bridge in England when built. It had abutment walls of a considerable length at either end, and a swing bridge at the Teignmouth end to allow sailing ships to pass up the estuary. It cost around £19,000 to build, but the overall expenditure was about £26,000 due to the costs of the necessary Act of Parliament and the purchase of the old ferry-rights. Toll houses were built at each end of the bridge, and the one on the Teignmouth side still survives. After only eleven years, on 27 June 1838 the centre arches of the bridge collapsed, the timbers being eaten through by shipworms. It was rebuilt in wood and reopened in 1840, but it partially collapsed again in 1893. The bridge was completely rebuilt between 1927 and 1931, using steel for the piers and main girders and concrete for most of the deck.
[Ref: 20472]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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