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The Broome Estate.
The Broome Estate.
W. Day, lith 17 Gate S.t, Lincoln's Inn Fields. [Watermarked "B & TS 1829".]
Rare coloured lithographic map. Sheet 380 x 555, 15 x 22". Trimmed top left for folding into the sale pamphlet.
Property near Broome Park, around Betchworth (a village on the Mole river between Dorking and Reigate, Surrey) and Boxhill, for sale in five lots. One of the lots is now the local cricket ground. A landowner named on the sheet is the Duke of Norfolk.
[Ref: 17723]   £240.00  
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Elevation.
Elevation. ['Birches Green/ occupied by Brueton Gibbins' in ink mss. below.]
Lithographic illustration to the sale particulars of the property [Birmingham, n.d., but 1848]. Thin paper, scarce Fold creases as normal; a little soiled, with slightly frayed extremities.
View of a substantial property in its grounds in the Erdington district of Birmingham; figures and a dog walking in the gardens. It was bought by Brueton Gibbins in 1819, a local business man and Quaker philanthropist who owned the Aston Glass and Flintworks. It was put up for sale by auction in 1848. The mansion was later known as 'Rookery House' and was purchased by the municipal council in the early 20th century to serve as a recreational park.
Birmingham Archives & Heritage: Sales catalogues/Robins Vol 2, p.21.
[Ref: 24612]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Biggleswade.
Biggleswade. Proof.
Published by T.W. Sprong [n.d., c.1850.]
Rare tinted lithograph. Printed area 260 x 320mm (10¼ x 12½"), on thick paper.
A separate-issue view of the Market Place, Biggleswade.
[Ref: 52205]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Here Pope Sung.
Here Pope Sung. The above was carved on Popes Beech Tree at Binfield, Berks, by another celebrated Poet Lord Lyttelton when on a Visit at Bill Hill, the seat of the late General Gower.
Wm. DelaMotte fec. 1830. [etched in image.] William DelaMotte delt. et fecit.
Etching on india laid paper, scratched open letter state, 330 x 250mm. 13 x 9¾". Slightly foxed.
A broad tree trunk with one single curling branch in a field in Binfield, Berkshire, with scattered trees and a shepherd leaning on his staff to left, his sheep grazing nearby. A tribute to Alexander Pope has been carved into the tree by George Lyttelton, 1st Baron Lyttelton of Frankley (1709 - 1773). Lyttelton was secretary to Frederick Prince of Wales, and author of many poetical and historical works.
[Ref: 11490]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Birmingham Town Hall.
Birmingham Town Hall. now erecting by Hansom & Welch Archts. The Exterior of this Building is of Anglesey White Marble. It is intended to celebrate the next Musical Festival in this Building, in October 1833. The Hall for the purposes of Town's Meetings will contain upwards of 8000 persons.
Drawn On Stone By Henry Harris. Printed By C. Hullmandel.
Published March, 1832, by the Artist, Hagley Row, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Lithograph on india laid paper, 355 x 470mm. 14 x 18½".
A handsome view of Birmingham Town Hall in Victoria Square, Birmingham. Joseph Hansom and Edward Welch were chosen as the architects. Construction began on April 27, 1832 with an expected completion date of 1833. However, Hansom went bankrupt during construction, having tendered too low. The contractors were also losing money. Three guarantors donated money for the building; W. P. Lloyd, John Welch and Edward Tench. With the injection of this money, the building was successfully opened for the delayed Birmingham Triennial Musical Festival on October 7, 1834, despite the building still being unfinished. During construction, on January 26, 1833, two workers were killed when a 70 foot crane constructed to install the roof trusses broke and the pulley block failed. Architect Charles Edge was commissioned in 1835 to repair weaknesses to the design of the building. He was also commissioned for the extension of the building in 1837 and again in 1850.
[Ref: 9465]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The South West Prospect of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick.
The South West Prospect of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick.
S. & N. Buck delin. et sculp.t 1731.
Engraving. Plate: 305 x 800mm (12 x 31½"). Central fold as issued, old ink mss. plate number. Slight offsetting in top title.
A detailed prospect of Birmingham, with a descriptive text below and a key to the right. From the series 'Buck's Perspective Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales'; an early printing, before the addition of a plate number top right.
[Ref: 46949]   £480.00  
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The East Prospect of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick.
The East Prospect of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick.
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck delin. et sculp. According to Act of Parliam.t May 26th 1753. Garden Court No 1. Middle Temple London [but published by Robert Sayer c.1774].
Coloured engraving. 315 x 820mm (12½ x 32¼").
A detailed prospect of Birmingham, with a 17-point key below. From the series 'Buck's Perspective Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales', as re-issued by Robert Sayer, with a plate number top right.
[Ref: 48186]   £450.00  
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Views in Birmingham and its Vicinity,
Views in Birmingham and its Vicinity, comprising Birmingham, from the London Railway, St. Philip's Church, King Edward's Grammar School, The Society of Arts and Town Hall, The Market Hall, High-Street and St. Martin's Church, Edgbaston Church, Handsworth Church.
Drawn and Lithographed by Charles Radclyffe.
Birmingham: Knott, Hawker, and Coburn [n.d., c.1845].
Book, oblong folio (330 x 415mm, 13 x 16¼") in original printed limp grey boards, vignette of Nelson's Monument to upper cover. Additional pictorial title page (from same stone), title and dedication leaf, followed by eight lithographic plates in sepia, complete as list. Description of views to rear of volume. Very scarce as complete book. Covers soiled and stained, bumped at extremities; some staining and foxing throughout.
A fine selection of views by Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817 - 1903).
Abbey Scenery 49.
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General Hospital, Birmingham.
General Hospital, Birmingham.
Drawn & Engraved by T. Radclyffe.
Published by W. Emans Birmingham. [n.d. c.1830.]
Engraving. Plate 141 x 222mm. 5½ x 8¾".
The Birmingham General Hospital with the two side-wings as added in 1790. From 'A New and Compendious History of the County of Warwick, from the earliest period to the present time comprising views of the principal towns, buildings, modern improvements, seats of the nobility and gentry, ecclesiastical edifices, &c.' by William Smith, published, Birmingham 1830.
[Ref: 21894]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Birmingham Hospitals Centre.]
[The Birmingham Hospitals Centre.]
Stanley Anderson. [signature in pencil.]
[1938.]
Dry-point etching. Rare. Edition of 50. Framed. Plate: 345 x 230mm (13½ x 9"), Frame: 550 x 435mm (21¾ x 17"). Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the old Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, designed by Thomas Arthur Lodge. The hospital was opened in 1939 by George VI and Queen Elizabeth after whom the hospital was named. The artist, Stanley Anderson (1884-1966) was famed for his detailed depictions of modern British life.
[Ref: 41344]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Birmingham Market Hall. now erecting from the Design of Mr. Charles Edge, Architect. The Exterior of this Building is of Beautiful Bath Stone.
Birmingham Market Hall. now erecting from the Design of Mr. Charles Edge, Architect. The Exterior of this Building is of Beautiful Bath Stone. Length 385 feet. Breadth 108 feet.
Printed & Published by William Daniell, at his Lithographic Establishment, 88, New Street, Birmingham. [n.d. c.1835.]
Rare lithograph. 172 x 292mm. 6¾ x 11½".
This, the original Market Hall, was built in 1835, designed by Charles Edge. The building was grand with a facade that consisted of stone mined from Bath, Somerset. The building was damaged beyond repair during the Blitz.
[Ref: 21896]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Old Houses, Moor Street.
Old Houses, Moor Street.
From a Sketch made in 1866.
[n.d. c.1870.]
Tinted lithograph. 272 x 375mm. 10¾ x 14¾".
Bill boards and posters attached to the outside of an old building on Moor Street, Birmingham. Some read: "Dudley Castle Fete Monday and Tuesday May 27 and 28"; "Earp Tailor High St."; "Dr. Miller Lecture Love and Courtship"; Train to Hull"; Thorley's Food for Cattle"; Kirbys Pool Great Diving Feat Whit Monday"; and "Australian Curiosity Aston Road" - Australian interest. Plate from "Old Buildings of Birmingham".
[Ref: 21483]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Rocket Tavern & adjoining Premises as they appeared immediately after the Explosion.
Rocket Tavern & adjoining Premises as they appeared immediately after the Explosion.
Sketched & Drawn, on Stone by F. Lucas.
Printed & Published at T: Underwoods Lithographic Estab.t Cherry St. Birm.m [n.d. c.1825.]
Lithograph, very scarce. 380 x 488mm. 15 x 19¼".
Ruins of the Rocket Tavern in Birmingham following an explosion.
Ex: Watt Collection.
[Ref: 21684]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Styles's Hotel. Temple Row, Birmingham.
Styles's Hotel. Temple Row, Birmingham.
T. Hollins del.t F. Eginton Sculp.t.
[n.d. c.1820.]
Aquatint. 195 x 254mm (7¾ x 10").
The Hotel as seen from the churchyard to St Philip's, Birmingham. Carriages and horses seen in the coach-house, stable and main road. In 1858 the hotel was renamed and became the Royal Hotel.
[Ref: 21604]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Theatre Royal, Birmingham.
Theatre Royal, Birmingham.
Drawn & Engraved by T. Radclyffe.
Published by W. Emans, Sep.r 12.th 1829, Bromsgrove St. Birmingham.
Engraving. Plate 146 x 228mm (5¾ x 9"). Repaired tear bottom right off image.
The 1820 rebuilt, Theatre Royal, New Street, Birmingham, with the 1780 Samuel Wyatt facade still in place. This third theatre on the same site was designed by the architect Samuel Beazley, who designed and replaced everything behind the facade, which had remarkably survived the second fire as well as the first. From 'A New and Compendious History of the County of Warwick, from the earliest period to the present time comprising views of the principal towns, buildings, modern improvements, seats of the nobility and gentry, ecclesiastical edifices, &c.' by William Smith, published, Birmingham 1830.
[Ref: 21895]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Torque Field House.
Torque Field House.
R.B. Moody Lithog 12, Cannon St. Birmingham [n.d., c.1840s].
Rare lithograph. 190 x 265mm. 7½ x 10½". Cut.
View of the front elevation of a (fairly new) house, with walled garden in front; a gentleman on horseback with dogs and a drover herding cattle to foreground. Robert Boucher Moody was trading as a lithographic printer in Birmingham 1834 - 1868.
See University of Birmingham British Book Trade Index.
[Ref: 24049]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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Bisham Abbey.
Bisham Abbey.
J. Farington R.A. del.t J.C. Stadler sculp.t
Pub. June 1, 1793, by J. & J. Boydell. Shakspeare Gallery Pall Mall, & No.90, Cheapside.
Hand-coloured etching and aquatint. Image with border 210 x 317mm. 8¼ x 12½". Sheet 299 x 406mm. 11¾ x 16".
View with the Thames in the middle distance, a boat passing, two figures in the foreground strolling along the river towards a bridge on the right, the abbey on the other side of the river, a woody hill in the background. Plate 33 to the first volume of "A History of the River Thames" within 'A History of the Principal Rivers of Great Britain' (1794).
Abbey Scenery: 432.33.
[Ref: 25864]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Plate XXXVII Bishop Blaize.]
[Plate XXXVII Bishop Blaize.]
Geo. Walker Del.t. Engraved by R. Havell.
Publish'd by Robinson & Son, Leeds, June 1, 1814.
Hand-coloured aquatint, with letterpress, J. Whatman wartermark 1811. Plate: 280 x 375mm (11 x 14¾"), with large mrgins.
A print showing the procession of the Bishop Blaize, which was a celebration in the wool trade. The procession was made up of the masters, their sons and apprentices as well as the figure of Bishop Blaize, patron saint of woolcombers, and Jason who captured the Golden Fleece. From 'The Costume of Yorkshire' by George Walker.
[Ref: 47009]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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The New Gateway at the Archbishop of York's Palace at Bishopthorpe - 1769.
The New Gateway at the Archbishop of York's Palace at Bishopthorpe - 1769. Tho.s Atkinson Architect.
Michael Angelo Rooker delin.t. Edward Rooker Sculp.t.
Publish'd as the Act Directs June 24th: 1773.
Rare etching. 340 x 555mm (13½ x 21¾"), large margins. Small repaired tear in bottom right
The Gothic Revival gateway of Bishopthorpe Palace, the residence of the Archbishop of York, built by Thomas Atkinson in 1769, now Grade 1 listed.
[Ref: 52082]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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The New Gateway at the Archbishop of York's Palace at Bishopthorpe - 1769.
The New Gateway at the Archbishop of York's Palace at Bishopthorpe - 1769. Tho.s Atkinson Architect.
Michael Angelo Rooker delin.t. Edward Rooker Sculp.t.
[c.1775.]
Rare etching. 340 x 555mm (13½ x 21¾"). Thread margins on three sides, top right corner damaged, repaired tears in title right.
The Gothic Revival gateway of Bishopthorpe Palace, built by Thomas Atkinson in 1769, now Grade 1 listed.
[Ref: 49827]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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South View of the Market Place, Blackburn.
South View of the Market Place, Blackburn.
Pubd. by John N. Haworth, Blackburn [n.d., c.1840].
Sepia-tinted lithograph heightened in white, with large margins, image 220 x 295mm. 8¾ x 11½". Repaired tears to extremities.
Locally-published view of Blackburn, Lancashire with market traders
Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 24604]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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"Blea Tarn" [in pencil]
H.W. Williamson [inked inside the image]. Horace W Williamson [pencil signature]
[n.d. c.1930.]
Etching. 298 x 371mm. 11¾ x 14½".
Blea Tarn, on the Lake District's innumberable small tarns, occupies a ridge between the Little Langdale Valley and Dungeon Ghyll in Great Langdale. The name blea derives from 'dark blue'.
[Ref: 14370]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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A North View of Blenheim House & Park, in the County of Oxford, one of the Seats of the Duke of Marlborough, w.th ye Monument which was erected in Memory of the late Duke.
A North View of Blenheim House & Park, in the County of Oxford, one of the Seats of the Duke of Marlborough, w.th ye Monument which was erected in Memory of the late Duke. [parallel text in French]
Jno. Boydell delin & sculp
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by J. Boydell Engraver; at the Unicorn, the corner of Queen Street, Cheapside, London, 1752.
Engraving, platemark 265 x 435mm (10½ x 17"), with very large margins.
View of Blenheim House in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Following his victory at the Battle of Blenheim (known on the Continent as the Second Battle of Höchstädt) during the war of the Spanish Succession in 1704, the commander John Churchill, first duke of Marlborough was given land and £240,000 to build a palace as a gift from Queen Anne and the nation. Work on Blenheim Palace began the following year, to designs by Sir John Vanbrugh, although it was not completed until 1733, eleven years after Marlborough's death. He was commemorated by the 'Column of Victory' seen in the middle-ground of this print, which shows Marlborough dressed as a Roman general.
[Ref: 41188]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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The Glory of old England. The following Character of her late Majesty Queen Anne
The Glory of old England. The following Character of her late Majesty Queen Anne was Written by her Grace Sarah Dutchess of Marlborough & is cut Round this Pedestal Erected at Blenheim. / Queen Anne was very Graceful & Majestic in her Person... all this I know to be true Sarah Marlborough 1738.
Printed & Published according to Act of Parliament.
Engraving. 265 x 190mm (10½ x 7½"). Folded as issued, repaired tear, backed with paper.
An illustration of the marble statue of Queen Anne by John Michael Rysbrack, shown with a backdrop of the exterior of Blenheim Palace. Commissioned by Sarah Churchill, it was installed in the bow window of the gallery (now the Library) in 1738.
[Ref: 39943]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Blenheim Palace] View near the High Lodge.
[Blenheim Palace] View near the High Lodge.
C.W. Radcliffe del et lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
[Oxford: James Wyatt & Son, 1842.]
Tinted lithograph, with large margins, rare. Printed area 275 x 375mm (10¾ x 14¾").
A view through the woods towards the High Lodge. From 'The Palace of Blenheim' by Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817-1903), a book dedicated to John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough (1822-83), grandfather of Winston Churchill.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 34919]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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[Blenheim Palace] From Private Gardens.
[Blenheim Palace] From Private Gardens.
C.W. Radcliffe del et lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
[Oxford: James Wyatt & Son, 1842.]
Tinted lithograph with large margins, rare. Printed area 275 x 375mm (10¾ x 14¾").
From 'The Palace of Blenheim' by Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817-1903), a book dedicated to John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough (1822-83), grandfather of Winston Churchill.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 34921]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Blenheim Palace] Monument. [&] Rosamond's Well.
[Blenheim Palace] Monument. [&] Rosamond's Well.
C.W. Radcliffe del et lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
[Oxford: James Wyatt & Son, 1842.]
Tinted lithograph with large margins, rare. Printed area 400 x 260mm (15¾ x 10¼").
Two views on one sheet: the Column of Victory & Rosamund's Well, named after Rosamund Clifford, a mistress of Henry II. From 'The Palace of Blenheim' by Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817-1903), a book dedicated to John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough (1822-83), grandfather of Winston Churchill.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 34922]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Blenheim Palace] High Lodge. [&] Cascade.
[Blenheim Palace] High Lodge. [&] Cascade.
C.W. Radcliffe del et lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
[Oxford: James Wyatt & Son, 1842.]
Tinted lithograph with large margins, rare. Printed area 400 x 260mm (15¾ x 10¼").
Two views on one sheet: High Lodge & the Cascade, the water flowing from the Great Lake. From 'The Palace of Blenheim' by Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817-1903), a book dedicated to John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough (1822-83), grandfather of Winston Churchill.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 34923]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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High Street, Bognor, Sussex.
High Street, Bognor, Sussex.
C.J. Greenwood, Delt. et Lith. Printed by S. Straker, London.
Published by Richard Holmden, Bognor [n.d, c.1850].
Rare sepia-tinted lithograph heightened in white, image 245 x 350mm. 9¾ x 13¾". Repaired worm holes on top left.
Bognor Regis is a seaside resort town in West Sussex. The publisher of this print (as was common practice) has inserted his premises, a shop and 'Library' into this view of the High Street. Richard Holmden is listed in the Post Office Directory for 1851 as a bookseller, stationer, and owner of circulating library, as well as watchmaker and jeweller.
Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 26452]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Bognor.
Bognor.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, London, Aug.t 1, 1823.
Aquatint with original hand colour on thick paper. 230 x 290mm (9 x 11½").
A view of the beach at Bognor, with horse drawn bathing huts and lobster pots. From the subscription issue of William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 49780]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Dome House, Bognor.
Dome House, Bognor. The Residence of Mrs. Wilsonn formerly occupied by Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte.
Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d. c.1845.]
Rare lithograph. 152 x 209mm. 6 x 8¼".
The Dome House, which Sir Richard Hotham built shortly before his death in 1799 in the hope of attracting King George III to stay there. The King did not stay, but in 1808 his granddaughter the young Princess Charlotte stayed and remained for two years, supporting with her money and patronage the Jubilee School for poor children, founded in 1810.
[Ref: 24129]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Bolton Abbey on the River Wharfe.]
[Bolton Abbey on the River Wharfe.]
[Thomas Girtin. John Charles Bromley.]
[n.d. c.1825.]
Mezzotint, proof before letters. Plate 198 x 279mm. 7¾ x 11". Very fine, with very large margins.
Plate 14 from "Rivers of England". A view of the ruined abbey from the opposite side of the river, a horse wading beyond at right. The British Museum say the following: W.B. Cooke published a series of mezzotints by various printmakers under the title "The Rivers of England" between 1823-1826. The title of the series was changed to "River Scenery" in 1827, although this title appears on some prints published in 1824-1825 (also in 1826). Twenty one plates were published altogether between 1823-1827.
[Ref: 22830]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Ruins of Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire.
The Ruins of Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire.
[T. Walmsley?]
London, Published, Novr. 9 1811, by J. Deeley Berwick Strt [but a later impression].
Aquatint with fine colour by hand, paper watermarked 'J Whatman 1816'. Image 330 x 450mm, 13 x 17¾". Handling and other creases; margins a little trimmed.
Fine view of the famous ruined 12th-century Augustinian Bolton Priory in North Yorkshire, that gives its name to the parish of Bolton Abbey. The names of artist and engraver have been erased, but this is almost certainly after Thomas Walmsley (1763 - 1805/6).
Not in Abbey Scenery.
[Ref: 27094]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Fourteen Views in Lithography of Bolton Abbey, Wharfdale, Yorkshire.
Fourteen Views in Lithography of Bolton Abbey, Wharfdale, Yorkshire. Dedicated by Permission to his Grace the Duke of Devonshire.
By. J. Scarlett Davis.
London: Printed by C. Hullmandel: Published by Charles Frederick Cock, Agent for Sale to the Public of the Books and Tracts of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 21, Fleet Street, 1829.
Set of 14 lithographs bound in wrappers. Proofs on india. Second edition. 390 x 305mm (15½ x 12"). Foxing. Wrappers worn.
A set of 14 views of Bolton Abbey in Yorkshire by John Scarlett Davis (1804-1845).
Abbey 372
[Ref: 42639]   £390.00   view all images for this item
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[Bolton Abbey on the River Wharfe.]
[Bolton Abbey on the River Wharfe.]
[John Charles Bromley after Thomas Girtin.]
[1825.]
Mezzotint. Proof before all letters; Plate: 200 x 275mm (8 x 10¾'') large margins. Foxing.
A view of Bolton Abbey in Yorkshire. Plate 14 from Rivers of England by Thomas Girtin.
[Ref: 48617]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Bolton Priory, Twilight.
Bolton Priory, Twilight. No. 2.
T.C. Hofland A.L.A. Pinx.t. Engraved by R. & D. Havell.
Published Nov.r 1st 1811, by T.C. Hofland, Harrogate, Yorkshire.
Fine aquatint. 380 x 485mm (15 x 19"), with very large margins. Tears in left margin.
Bolton Priory and the River Wharfe. The second plate of ''Six views of and Near Bolton Priory'' by Robert and Daniell Havell after Thomas Christopher Hofland (1777-1843).
Ex: the Kedleston Hall collection
[Ref: 51256]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Bolton Priory, Morning.
Bolton Priory, Morning. No. 4.
T.C. Hofland A.L.A. Pinx.t. Engraved by R. & D. Havell.
Published Nov.r 1st 1811, by T.C. Hofland, Harrowgate, Yorkshire.
Fine aquatint. 380 x 485mm (15 x 19"), with very large margins.
Bolton Priory and the River Wharfe. The fourth plate of ''Six views of and Near Bolton Priory'' by Robert and Daniell Havell after Thomas Christopher Hofland (1777-1843).
Ex: the Kedleston Hall collection
[Ref: 51258]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The South East View of Bolton Priory.
The South East View of Bolton Priory. No.6.
T.C. Hofland A.L.A. Pinx.t. Engraved by R. & D. Havell.
Published Nov.r 1st 1811, by T.C. Hofland, Hampstead.
Fine aquatint. 380 x 485mm (15 x 19"), with very large margins.
A distant view of the priory, the final plate of ''Six views of and Near Bolton Priory'' by Robert and Daniell Havell after Thomas Christopher Hofland (1777-1843).
Ex: the Kedleston Hall collection
[Ref: 51260]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The South East View of Bolton Priory.
The South East View of Bolton Priory. No. 5.
T.C. Hofland A.L.A. Pinx.t. Engraved by R. & D. Havell.
Published Nov.r 1st 1811, by T.C. Hofland, Hampstead.
Fine aquatint, J. Whatman 1808 watermark. 380 x 485mm (15 x 19"), with very large margins.
The fifth plate of ''Six views of and Near Bolton Priory'' by Robert and Daniell Havell after Thomas Christopher Hofland (1777-1843).
Ex: the Kedleston Hall collection
[Ref: 51259]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The Strid, near Bolton Priory.
The Strid, near Bolton Priory. No. 3.
T.C. Hofland A.L.A. Pinx.t. Engraved by R. & D. Havell.
Published Nov.r 1st 1811, by T.C. Hofland, Harrowgate, Yorkshire.
Fine aquatint. 380 x 485mm (15 x 19"), with very large margins.
The Strid, a series of small waterfalls on the River Wharfe which, due to the funnelling of the river, undercutting of the banks and submerged rocks, is famed for killing anyone who falls in. The third plate of ''Six views of and Near Bolton Priory'' by Robert and Daniell Havell after Thomas Christopher Hofland (1777-1843).
Ex: the Kedleston Hall collection
[Ref: 51257]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Part of Bonchurch.]
[Part of Bonchurch.]
[T.Malton fecit.]
[Pub.d as the Act Directs, Decr. 30 1785 by T.Malton, N.6 Conduit Street, Hanover Square, and to be had of W.Hinton, Sweetings Alley, Cornhill.]
Aquatint with original hand colour. Image size 195 x 285mm. Trimmed to image & laid on card
From a series of at least six views in the Isle of Wight. Rare.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 4038]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Part of Bonchurch.
Part of Bonchurch.
T.Malton fecit.
Pub.d as the Act Directs, Decr. 30 1785 by T.Malton, N.6 Conduit Street, Hanover Square, and to be had of W.Hinton, Sweetings Alley, Cornhill.
Aquatint, printed in sepia. 230 x 305mm.
From a series of at least six views in the Isle of Wight. Rare.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 4039]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Bonchurch Village, Isle of Wight.
Bonchurch Village, Isle of Wight.
Drawn by R.B. Harraden. Engraved by R. Havell.
Published by R. Harraden & Son. Cambridge 1814.
Fine hand coloured aquatint, sheet 390 x 500mm. 15¼ x 19¾". Small chips to extremities.
An impressive and attractive view. After Richard Harraden (1756 - 1838).
British Library: 004806437.
[Ref: 15845]   £360.00  
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Booker's Tower. Guilford. Erected 1839.
Booker's Tower. Guilford. Erected 1839.
Sketched & Drawn on Stone by E.C. Duncumb. Printed by W. Clerk, 202 High Holborn.
Published by E. Andrews, 61 High St. Guilford.
Lithograph. Sheet: 280 x 225mm (11 x 9") very large margins.
A view of Booker's tower built by mayor of Guilford, Charles Booker in memory of his sons completed in 1839 it was used to commemorate the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. It was also used by scientist John Rand Capron in his experiments with light.
[Ref: 43664]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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This Lithographic View of the Booksellers' Provident Retreat
This Lithographic View of the Booksellers' Provident Retreat at Abbots Langley, Herts, is respectfully dedicated to the Patrons, Directors, and other Members of the Booksellers' Provident Institution, by their very obedient Servants, Ashbee and Tuckett.
[n.d., c.1846.]
Tinted lihtograph. Sheet 170 x 275mm (6¾ x 10¾"). Trimmed and laid on album paper.
The Booksellers' Provident Retreat, now Dickinson House, opened in 1846 at the bottom of Kindersley Way, Abbots Langley. The house and 24 modern bungalows on the estate still provide homes for retired booksellers and their widows. A locomotive of the London and Birmingham Railway can be seen running past the house.
[Ref: 53983]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Bordesley Hall, the Seat of John Taylor, Esq.
Bordesley Hall, the Seat of John Taylor, Esq. House of J. Taylor Esq. This superb mansion, which was as superbly finished, is situated in the midst of a park, at Bordesley, about half a mile from the town. This house was first attacked on Friday the 15th of July. Upon hearing the news, a party of gentlemen who had been sworn constables, headed by Captain Carver, repaired to the place, and drove the Rioters whom they found in the cellar from the premises, of which they kept possession till the title-deeds... ainsi fut réduite en cendres (excepté les murailles) cette superbe maison, la plus grande partie de son riche ameublement, les écuries, et toutes les dépendances.
Drawn by P.H. Witton Jun.r Engraved by W.m Ellis.
London. Published, 1 May 1792, by J.Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard.
Aquatint with descriptive text in English and French. Sheet 406 x 260mm. 16 x 10¼". Laid on album page, foxing.
Bordesley Hall, the second property of John Taylor, and was burnt down during the Priestley Riots, the Birmingham Riots of 1791, which targeted religious Dissenters, most notably the politically and theologically controversial Joseph Priestley. From "Views of the Ruins of the Principal Houses destroyed during the Riots at Birmingham. 1791." On the 14th of July, 1791, a party having met at an hotel to celebrate the anniversary of the French revolution, collected together as a mob, and proceeded for several days their devastations, setting fire to several meeting-houses and private mansions, but on the arrival of the military from Oxford and Hounslow, order was restored: at the ensuing assizes four of the ring-leaders were convicted, two of whom suffered the penalty of the law. Shortly after this occurrence barracks were erected on the Vauxhall-road, near the town, consisting of a range of handsome buildings, enclosing a spacious area for the exercise of cavalry, and a smaller for parades, a riding-school, a magazine, and an hospital.
[Ref: 21112]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Boscastle Pier, on the coast of Cornwall.
Boscastle Pier, on the coast of Cornwall.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, London May 20. 1825.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Large margins.
A view of Boscastle Pier. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 47135]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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Boston, Lincolnshire.
Boston, Lincolnshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by Mess.rs Longman, & Co. Paternoster Row, & W. Daniell, 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London. July, 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Large margins, uncut.
A view of Boston from the harbour, with a pier in the foreground and boats moored nearby. St. Botolph's Church can be seen at the centre in the background. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 37609]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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The West Prospect of Boston Steeple and Church.
The West Prospect of Boston Steeple and Church.
W. Stennit jun. delin 1715.
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer Map & Printseller No. 53 Fleet Street. [n.d., c.1760.]
Engraving. 570 x 320mm (22½ x 12½"). Trimmed to plate lower left for binding, folds and tears. Damaged.
A view of St Botolph's Church, which boasts one of the tallest Medieval towers in the country. William Stennett, a merchant and antiquary, made many drawings of English buildings, many of which were engraved by George Vertue of the Society of Antiquaries. It is likely that this print is a re-issue of one of these.
[Ref: 53100]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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This view of Botallack [Mine, in the parish of St. Just, in Penwith,] Cornwall.
This view of Botallack [Mine, in the parish of St. Just, in Penwith,] Cornwall.
Drawn by Phillip Mitchell_T.Picken lith. [Facsimile signature of Phillip Mitchell below.]
[Day & Haghe] lith.rs to the Queen. [n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Printed area: 290 x 400mm (11½ x 15¾"). Unexamined out of frame. Damage to lithograph including some loss in title area.
An extremely rare view of the Botallack Mine, west Cornwall, with the fully operational mine on the right, showing figures working from the bottom of the scene, to the top. A system of winches stretch across the cliff, connecting the engine houses. A secondary, smaller view of the mine, published by Rock & Co., is below. For a larger version of this print, see item ref: 32949.
[Ref: 39381]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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