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Yorkshire Grand Musical Festival.
Yorkshire Grand Musical Festival.
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York Published by Hy Cave Sep.r 23 1823.
Pen lithograph, very rare; 373 x 279mm. 14¾ x 11". Laid on separate sheet.
Inside York Minister, with the grand organ and orchestra seen in the background under the great tower. The cathedral full of spectators to mark the first Yorkshire Musical Festival in 1823. Matthew Cambidge (1764-1844) succeeded his father as organist of York Minster and played an active part in the musical life of York. He organized huge music festivals given at York in 1823, 1825, and later.
[Ref: 26167]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Yorkshire.
Yorkshire. Reference to the Wapentakes. The Larger Figures on the Map. North Riding 1... 14 Bulmer. East Riding. 15... 21 Holderness. West Riding. 11... 26 Stratforth and Tickhill. Explanation. Mail Roads... The number of Members returned by each Borough as...
Engraved on Steel by Pigot & Son, Manchester.
Published by Pigot & Co. 21 Basing Lane, London & 18 Fountain St. Manchester. [n.d. c.1840.]
Engraving, scarce, 337 x 369mm. 13¼ x 14½". Horizontal crease one third of the way down the sheet.
Yorkshire, the largest historic county of the United Kingdom.
[Ref: 15105]   £230.00  
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Eboracenis Comitatis (cuius Incolæ olim Brigantes apellabantur) pars Orientalis, vulgo East Riding.
Eboracenis Comitatis (cuius Incolæ olim Brigantes apellabantur) pars Orientalis, vulgo East Riding.
Christophorus Saxo' descrip: Gulielmus Hole sculpsit.
[London, 1610.]
Engraved map. 200 x 250mm (8 x 9¾"). With 7p. text extract from Camden's 'Britannia', within paper wrappers. Very large margins. Uncut.
A map of the East Riding of Yorkshire, engraved by William Hole after the first printed map of the county by Christopher Saxton. First published in 1607, this is an example of the first state, before a plate number was added. The text gives a short history and description of the Riding.
[Ref: 37613]   £240.00  
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Eboracenis Comitatis pars Septentrionalis, vulgo North Riding.
Eboracenis Comitatis pars Septentrionalis, vulgo North Riding.
Christophorus Saxon descrip: Gulielmus Hole sculpsit.
[London, 1610.]
Engraved map. 200 x 345mm (8 x 13½"). With 7p. text extract from Camden's 'Britannia', within stapled paper wrappers. Very large margins. Uncut.
A map of the North Riding of Yorkshire, engraved by William Hole after the first printed map of the county by Christopher Saxton. First published in 1607, this is an example of the first state, before a plate number was added. The text gives a short history and description of the Riding.
[Ref: 37614]   £240.00   view all images for this item
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