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Blandford Agricultural Society, Established 1839, for the Encouragement of Industrious Labourers and Servants. Certificate of Merit.
Blandford Agricultural Society, Established 1839, for the Encouragement of Industrious Labourers and Servants. Certificate of Merit.
Designed and Drawn by I.J.Wood. Engraved by Shaw & Sons, Fetter Lane London.
[1865.]
Wood engraved certificate on card with mss text. Sheet 285 x 230mm. Some toning.
For 14 years work the society awarded John Woolridge a coat.
[Ref: 7156]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Set of Six] - South End of the New Hall From the Vice Chancellor of England's Court Lincolns Inn Fields. / The Western Side of the New Hall Lincolns Inn Fields. / The Hall and Gateway from Lincolns Inn Fields. / South East View of the New Hall
[Set of Six] - South End of the New Hall From the Vice Chancellor of England's Court Lincolns Inn Fields. / The Western Side of the New Hall Lincolns Inn Fields. / The Hall and Gateway from Lincolns Inn Fields. / South East View of the New Hall Lincolns Inn Fields. / East Terrace of the New Hall Lincolns Inn Fields. / The New Hall and Library from the East Garden Lincolns Inn.
Drawn by L. J. Wood, on Stone By L.J. Wood, & One Stone by T. C. Dibdin.
Published by John Weale, 49 High Holborn. [n.d., c.1845.]
Six tinted lithographs sheet size 295 x 425mm. Minor fixing on some sheets.
Lincolns Inn is one of four ancient inns of court and can call to the bar members qualified for the rank of Barrister. Inns of Court are ancient unincorporated bodies of lawyers which for five centuries and more have had the power to call to the Bar those of their members who have duly qualified for the rank or degree of Barrister-at-Law. With the power of call goes a power to disbar or otherwise punish for misconduct, a power which has had to be exercised only infrequently.
[Ref: 1757]   £1,600.00   view all images for this item
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The South East View of the New Hall Lincolns-Inn.
The South East View of the New Hall Lincolns-Inn.
Drawn by L.J. Wood. On Stone, by T.C. Dibdin. M.&N. Hanhart Lith. Printers.
Published by John Weale, 19 High Holborn.
Hand-coloured lithograph. 343 x 452mm. 13½ x 17½". Some scuffing in the margins.
A view of Lincolns Inn Fields, London. One of the four ancient inns of court.
See Ref: 1757 for a set of six.
[Ref: 20797]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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The Western Side of the New Hall Lincolns Inn-Fields
The Western Side of the New Hall Lincolns Inn-Fields
Drawn by L.J. Wood. On Stone, by L.J. Wood
Published by John Weale, 19 High Holborn.
Lithograph printed in colours, printed area 280 x 325mm (11 x 12¾"). Title area faint.
A view of Lincolns Inn Fields, London, one of the four ancient inns of court, from a set of six.
For the complete set see ref. 1757; for the South East View of Lincolns Inn Fields from the same set see ref. 20797.
[Ref: 44803]   £360.00  
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Sketches in Normandy.
Sketches in Normandy.
By L.J. Wood.
Published by Ackermann & Co. Strand, & Reeves and Son, Cheapside, London, 1838.
Titlepage and 22 tinted lithographic plates (of 31), disbound. Sheets 415 x 340mm (16¼ x 13½"). Titlepage soiled.
A rare publication, not listed in Abbey, with plates drawn on stone by George Childs and printed by J.R. Jobbins. According to 'Bent's Literarary Advertiser', 1838': 'Preparing for Publication, Picturesque Sketches in Normandy, in a series of Thirty-one Plates, after Original Drawings, taken on the spot, by L.J. Wood, during the Summers of 1836 and 1837, and forming faithful representations of the Magnificent Architectural Structures, both Ecclesiastical and Judical, which are to be found in this interesting Province, and once renowned Dukedom'.
[Ref: 40556]   £480.00   view all images for this item
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