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Bagnigge Wells Islington [ink mss].
Bagnigge Wells Islington [ink mss].
[by William Pickett.]
[Pub.d June 4th by T. Clay, 18 Ludgate Hill.]
Aquatint with hand colouring. Sheet approx 155 x 180mm (6 x 7"). Trimmed to image. Foxing.
The twin chimneys of Mr Randell's kiln at Bagnigge Wells (although the artist has put his name on the sign). From Pickett's 1812 book of 'Ninety-Six Speciments of Cottages-Bridges-Castles-Churches [...] Intended to facilitate the Improvement of the Student, and to aid the Practitioner, in Landscape Composition'. Aside from its function as an educational volume, the scenes in the book also provide many unusual views of London in the early 19th century.
Abbey (Life in England) 168.
[Ref: 32392]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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A South View of Canonbury House, near Islington.
A South View of Canonbury House, near Islington.
London: Published by Robert Wilkinson, No. 125, Fenchurch Street [n.d., c.1816.]
Scarce engraving with very fine hand colour. 260 x 420mm (10¼ x 16½").
A fine & decorative view looking across fields to Canonbury House.
[Ref: 51447]   £320.00  
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The Charter House, London.
The Charter House, London.
Drawn and Engraved by J. Storer.
Published by J. & J. Cundee, Albion Press, London, 1814,
Engraving with hand colour. Sheet 200 x 225mm (8 x 9"). Trimmed.
Charterhouse in its original location in Smithfield, with boys playing cricket in the foreground.
[Ref: 51454]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The Charter House.
The Charter House.
[London: A. Churchill, J. Knapton & others, 1720.]
Engraving. 165 x 245mm (6½ x 9¾") large margins.
A view of the London Charterhouse in Smithfield, from John Stowís ''A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster''.
[Ref: 51451]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Map of Clerkenwell.]
[Map of Clerkenwell.]
Published as the Act Directs by R. Horwood, May 24 1799.
Engraving. 600 x 530mm (23½ x 21"). Central crease. Staining and small losses in the corners. Small nicks in the margins.
Map of Clerkenwell and Pentonville, from Grays Inn Lane to Goswell Street.
[Ref: 56549]   £280.00  
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A View of the Tower and Arch of St James's Church, Clerkenwell,
A View of the Tower and Arch of St James's Church, Clerkenwell, as the same appeared whilst taking down in order to be rebuilt.
Drawn by H. Isham Esq.r, F. Jukes Aquat.
[London Pub.d May 10 1789 by F. Jukes Howland Street.]
Coloured aquatint, early state before publisher's imprint. Sheet 390 x 315mm (15½ x 12¼") Trimmed within plate at sides, creasing.
In 1788 the delapidated church demolished to be replaced by the present building, designed by James Carr. This scene shows a bell hanging from an isolated rafter.
One of a pair see 43781.
[Ref: 43782]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of St James's Church, Clerkenwell, from the West,
A View of St James's Church, Clerkenwell, from the West, looking towards the East Window, as the same appeared whilst taking down, in order to be rebuilt.
Drawn by H. Isham Esq.r, F. Jukes Aquat.
London Pub.d Jan.y 16 1789 by F. Jukes Howland Street.
Coloured aquatint. 380 x 330mm (15 x 13"), with very large margins. Laid on board. Margins bit messy.
In 1788 the delapidated church demolished to be replaced by the present building, designed by James Carr. This scene shows a bell hanging from an isolated rafter.
One of a pair See 43782.
[Ref: 43781]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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Session House, Clerkenwell.
Session House, Clerkenwell.
Pugin & Rowlandson del.t. et sculp.t.
London Pub. June 1.st. 1809 at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts 101 Strand.
Hand-coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 230 x 270mm, (9 x 10½").
Interior view of the hall and main staircase of Session House in Clerkenwell. Groups of people congregate in the hall, in one group a lawyer talks to a young woman, while beside them a mother sits on the floor holding a baby while two boys stand beside her. The Session House served as the main judicial and administrative centre of Middlesex until Middlesex County Council was formed in 1889. The dome depicted in the image was modelled after the Pantheon in Rome. Published in Ackermann's famous work, the 'Microcosm of London', the figures were drawn by the famous caricaturist Thomas Rowlandson and the architecture by Augustus Pugin.
Abbey, Scenery: 212.
[Ref: 34321]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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South East View of Copenhagen House.
South East View of Copenhagen House.
[after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale]
London: Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Printsellers, No 53 Fleet Street; as the Act directs, 20 March 1783.
Coloured mezzotint. 250 x 360mm (9¾ x 14¼"). Thread margins on three sides.
A group of figures outside the house is engaged in a game of skittles. Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale (1750-1801) was a leading porcelain painter, working at the Chelsea Porcelain Factory c. 1755 before moving to Worcester c.1767. He returned to London in 1770, after which he exhibited miniatures at the Society of Artists and produced illustrations for books and magazines.
[Ref: 51646]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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South East View of Copenhagen House. 6.
South East View of Copenhagen House. 6.
[after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale]
[n.d. c.1800].
Coloured mezzotint. 255 x 350mm (10 x 13¾"). Paper edges tatty, browned, foxing spots outside image.
A group of figures outside the house is engaged in a game of skittles. From a series of views first published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1783. Faint traces underneath title where original publication line has been erased. Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale (1750-1801) was a leading porcelain painter, working at the Chelsea Porcelain Factory c. 1755 before moving to Worcester c.1767. He returned to London in 1770, after which he exhibited miniatures at the Society of Artists and produced illustrations for books and magazines.
[Ref: 166]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Pair.] Easter Hunt.  [&]  [Peerless Pool.]
[A Pair.] Easter Hunt. [&] [Peerless Pool.]
G. Carfrae del [Hunt]. [The Pool is totally unlettered, possibly after William Mason? Probably by G. Carfrae.]
[British, n.d., c.1787.]
Extremely rare pair of etchings in outline, image borders 230 x 360mm and 265 x 415mm. Centrefolds; one small marginal tear, generally good.
Popular pastimes for 18th century Londoners. The Easter Hunt at Epping Forest. The Peerless Pool, City Road, Finsbury, was Londonís first outdoor public swimming pool. Perilous Pond, an ancient London spring whose overflowing waters formed a pond near Old Street, was a noted place for duck hunting in the 17th century. The pond acquired a dark name because of the many youths that had drowned in it. In 1743, a local jeweller named William Kemp converted this pond into Londonís first outdoor public swimming pool, renaming it the Peerless Pool. Situated behind St. Lukeís hospital, the newly embanked pool was 170 x 108 ft in dimension and from 3-5 feet deep.
"Easter Hunt"British Museum:1876,1014.52
[Ref: 22565]   £300.00  
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A View of the New River Head.
A View of the New River Head.
[n.d., c.1750.]
Rare etching. Plate: 200 x 260mm (8 x 10¼''), with 18th century watermark. Small margins. Slightly time stained.
A rare view of the water cisterns in Finsbury. In 1713, in order to bring clean water to London a network of cisterns were erected to collect and store the water brought in from the countryside.
[Ref: 48043]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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This North View of Highbury & Cannonbury Places
This North View of Highbury & Cannonbury Places Is most respectfully Inscribed to the Ladies & Gentlemen Inhabitants by their most obedient Servant R. Dodd. [&] A West View of Highbury Place Most respectfully Inscribed to the Ladies & Gentlemen Subscribers, to this Plate & Its Companion, by their obed.t. Servt.
R. Dodd pinxt. Engrav'd by R. Pollard & F.Jukes. [&] Painted by R. Dodd.
London Pub.d Jan.y 31 1787 by R. Pollard, Spa Fields & F. Jukes, Howland Street.
Pair of aquatints. 430 x 550mm (17 x 21½"). Some restoration.
The new terrace of townhouses built around Highbury Fields. John Dawes had bought the land and he began the residential development of Highbury by leasing out the land for 39 houses on Highbury Place between 1774-9. Designed and built by John Spiller, a speculative builder of Southwark, Highbury Place was completed in 1777. The North View of Highbury has a row of town houses centre right and distant left is a panoramic view of Islington, St. Pauls and the City of London although it is enlivened by a group of haymakers. The foreground of the West View includes a small herd of cattle with Highbury Fields and the terrace of houses making up Highbury Place.
Guildhall: p5378602 [&] p5378619.
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A View of the English Grotto, near the New River Head.
A View of the English Grotto, near the New River Head.
[after Jean Baptiste Chatelain.]
[n.d., c.1750.]
Etching. 200 x 260mm (8 x 10¼"), very large margins. Slight horizonatal crease.
A view of the English Grotto, a tavern in Rosoman Street, Islington. The Crace catalogue (in the British Museum) attributes this print to Chatelain; another impression in the Marx Pennant suggests it is after Chatelain, engraved by Francis Vivares and published by John Rocque.
BM: 1880,1113.4869.
[Ref: 43293]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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St Mary Islington.
St Mary Islington.
Drawn on Stone by B.R. Baker. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Published May 1st. 1821 by B.R. Baker 77 White Lion St. Pentonville.
Hand coloured lithograph, sheet 455 x 345mm. 18 x 13½". Upper left corner chipped. Two tears into image at right, one repaired.
South west view of St. Mary, Upper Street, Islington, with a carriage in the street in front. Figures standing in the street include a woman carrying pails. A rare print.
Guildhall Library Record: 19246.
[Ref: 11526]   £330.00  
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Islington Cattle Market, London.
Islington Cattle Market, London.
[1855.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 210 x 340mm (8¼ x 13½''). Trimmed, laid on album sheet, backed on canvas.
A view of the Islington Cattle Market which opened in 1855 as a supplementary to Smithfield market.
[Ref: 48558]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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The Three Hats. 94.
The Three Hats. 94. and other Old Houses at Islington, Since this view was taken they have been repaired and the shops moderniz'd. The three hats are mentioned by Bickerstaff in the Comedy of the Hypocrite. (vide Gents. Mag. Aug.1828).
W.L.
[n.d. c.1830.]
Watercolour in sepia. 272 x 215mm. 10¾ x 8½".
A row of old timber frame buildings in Islington, with a jumbled appearance; a sign on the right with the name "The Three Hats"; the public house on the high street. Taken from the frontispiece to the 'Gentleman's Magazine'; 1823.
[Ref: 26109]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Tomb of the Rev.d John Wesley.
The Tomb of the Rev.d John Wesley.
Drawn by J. Brain. Engraved by J. Brain.
Published by J. Mason, 14, City Road & 66 Paternoster Row [n.d., c.1850].
Steel engraving. 240 x 310mm (9½ x 14¼") very large margins. Tears in margins, some soiling.
John Wesley's tomb in the graveyard of Wesley's Chapel (originally the City Road Chapel), 49 City Road, Islington.
[Ref: 59138]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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