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Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. Division I. Political and Personal Satires. (No. 1236 to No. 2015).
Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. Division I. Political and Personal Satires. (No. 1236 to No. 2015). Vol. II. - June 1689 to 1733.
[Prepared by Frederic George Stephens and containing many descriptions by Edward Hawkins Late Keeper of the Antiquities, F.R.S.]
Printed by Order of the Trustees 1873. Chiswick Press:-Printed by Whittingham and Wilkins, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane. Stamp of the "Royal Institution Great Britain".
Book: (258 x 161mm). Stamp on cover and stamped spine in gilt. 1 vol only. Worn and tired binding.
British Museum Catalogue. Only reference guide to British Satirical Prints.
[Ref: 10073]   £250.00  
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Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. Division I. Political and Personal Satires. (No. 3117 to No. 3804).
Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. Division I. Political and Personal Satires. (No. 3117 to No. 3804). Vol. III. Part II. - March 28, 1751, to C. 1760.
Prepared by Frederic George Stephens and containing many descriptions by Edward Hawkins Late Keeper of the Antiquities, F.R.S.
Printed by Order of the Trustees 1877. Chiswick Press:Charles Whittingham, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.
Book: (258 x 151mm). Stamp on cover and stamped spine in gilt. 1 vol only. Worn and rubbed cover. Tears to binding.
British Museum Catalogue. Only reference guide to British Satirical Prints.
[Ref: 10076]   £250.00  
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Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. Division I. Political and Personal Satires. Vol. IV._A.D. 1761 to c. A.D. 1770. (No. 3805 to No. 4838)
Prepared by Frederic George Stephens and containing many descriptions by Edward Hawkins Late Keeper of the Antiquities, F.R.S.
Printed by Order of the Trustees 1883. Chiswick Press: C. Whittingham & Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane. Stamp of the "Royal Institution Great Britain".
Book: (254 x 159mm). Stamp on cover and stamped spine in gilt. 1 vol only. Tear to binding. Rubbed and scuffed.
British Museum Catalogue. Only reference guide to British Satirical Prints. Very useful for American War of Independence.
[Ref: 10077]   £350.00  
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Some Caricatures of Book-Collectors.
Some Caricatures of Book-Collectors. An Essay.
By A.N.L. Munby.
Printed for private circulation by William H. Robinson Ltd. 16 Pall Mall, London, S.W. 1. Christmas 1948.
Very rare 8vo, soft covers; pp. 31, with 8 illustrated labels. Slightly creased cover.
A selection of caricatures of book collectors.
[Ref: 59851]   £70.00  
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George Cruikshank, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Work Executed during the Years 1806-1877 with Collations, Notes, Approximate Values, Facsimiles, and Illustrations.
George Cruikshank, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Work Executed during the Years 1806-1877 with Collations, Notes, Approximate Values, Facsimiles, and Illustrations.
by Albert M. Cohn Author of A Bibliographical Catalogue of the Printed Works Illustrated by George Cruikshank, etc.
London From the Office of "The Bookman's Journal" 7 Henrietta Street, Strand, W.C.2 1924
Book: 4to (293 x 231mm). pp. vii-xvi + 375. With 31 b/w and colour illustrations, some on coloured paper. Cloth binding with gilt title on spine. Binding worn and rubbed. One coloured illustration loose.
This Edition is limited to 500 numbered copies. This is No. 416. A catalogue of Cruikshanks work between 1806-1877, with illustrations. There is a self-portrait of Cruikshank in the title page area.
[Ref: 10066]   £450.00  
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Life, Times and Recorded Works of Robert Dighton
Life, Times and Recorded Works of Robert Dighton (1752-1814) Actor, Artist and Printseller and Three of his Artist Sons. Portrayers of Georgian Pageantry and Wit.
By Dennis Rose.
London: Dennis Rose, 1981.
4to, blue buckram gilt with d/w; pp. 95, profusely illustrated, with some colour plates. Rare. Top of d/w chipped, owner's blindstamp on endpaper.
[Ref: 59739]   £70.00  
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The Works of James Gillray, The Caricaturist with the Story of His Life and Times.
The Works of James Gillray, The Caricaturist with the Story of His Life and Times.
Edited by Thomas Wright, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.
London: Chatto and Windus Publishers.
Book: 4to (273 x 206mm). pp. 376. Profusely illustrated with b/w images. Cover and spine stamped in gilt. Gilt page edges. Worn. Binding scuffed and rubbed. Some minor spotting.
A complete one volume narrative and exposition of the works of James Gillray. It contains two portraits of Gillray himself, and over 400 illustrations throughout the book.
[Ref: 10063]   £390.00  
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Mr Gillray The Caricaturist.
Mr Gillray The Caricaturist.
A Biography by Draper Hill.
London: Phaidon Press. 1965.
4to, cloth gilt; pp. (viii) + 266, half-tone frontispiece + 147 plates. Ex-Libris North East London Polytehnic (withdrawn 1981), ink stamp in prelims. & index.
A rare biography of James Gillray, with illustrations of many of his caricatures.
[Ref: 59732]   £70.00  
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Hogarth.
Hogarth.
by Lawrence Gowing with a biographical essay by Ronald Paulson.
Published by order of the Trustees 1971. Copyright 1971, The Tate Gallery.
Book: 4to (297 x 208mm). pp. 92. Profusely illustrated with colour and b/w images. Cloth binding with gilt title on front and spine. Colour illustrated dust jacket. Slight tear and scuffing to dust jacket.
An illustrated catalogue for an exhibition held a the Tate Gallery, 2 December 1971-6 February 1972.
Ex Leggatts.
[Ref: 10079]   £30.00  
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Hogarth and his Place in European Art.
Hogarth and his Place in European Art.
Frederick Antal.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1962.
4to, cloth gilt & illust. d/w; pp. xxi + 270, 152 half-tone illustrations. Dustwrapper chipped and stained.
An account of the influences on William Hogarth and his influences on the rest of Europe.
[Ref: 59733]   £70.00  
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Napoleon and the Invasion of Britain.
Napoleon and the Invasion of Britain.
Alexandra Franklin and Mark Philip, with contributions by Katrina Navickas.
Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2003.
4to, illustrated soft covers, pp.131, profusely illustrated.
The catalogue of an exhibition of satire and propaganda pieces at the Bodleian Library.
[Ref: 59736]   £70.00  
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Richard Newton and English Caricature in 1790s.
Richard Newton and English Caricature in 1790s.
David Alexander.
Published by the Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester, in association with Manchester University Press. 1998.
Book: 4to (240 x 170mm). pp. vi-x + 178. Illustrated with 37 b/w and 64 colour images. Binding worn, spine dirty and tearing away.
An illustrated narrative and catalogue of images compiled to examine English caricature by Richard Newton and during that era.
Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication data applied for. [Catalog Card Number: 98-164412].
[Ref: 10109]   £45.00  
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Rococo.
Rococo. Art and Design in Hogarth's England.
The Victoria and Albert Museum. [1984.]
4to, illustrated soft covers; pp. 333, profusely illustrated. Slightly creased cover.
An exhibition catalogue published to accompany the exhibtion 'Rococo. Art and Design in Hogarth's England', 16 May - 30 September 1984, at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
[Ref: 59937]   £30.00  
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Rowlandson The Caricaturist.
Rowlandson The Caricaturist. A Selection from his Works with Anecdotal Descriptions of his Famous Caricatures and A Sketch of his Life, Times, and Contemporaries with about four hundred illustrations. In Two Volumes - Vol. I. [&] Vol. II
by Joseph Grego Author of 'James Gillray, The Caricaturist; His Life, Works, and Times'.
London. Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly 1880. London: Printed by Spottiswoode and Co, New-Street Square and Parliament Street.
2 Volumes. Book: 4to (278 x 214mm) (i) pp. xii-xv 377. (ii) pp. vi-xi 453. Both profusely illustrated with b/w images. Morocco leather binding. Top edges gilt (i) Binding and cover worn. Some spotting on pages. (ii) Leather spine almost completely detatched, worn cover.
An illustrated narrative of a selection Rowlandson's works.
[Ref: 14209]   £460.00   view all images for this item
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In 'Vanity Fair'.
In 'Vanity Fair'.
Roy T. Matthews and Peter Mellini.
London: Scolar Press, 1982.
4to, cloth gilt & illus. d/w. pp. 275, profusely illustrated, some in colour. Ownership blind stamp on endpaper, some pencil mss.
With a complete chronological list of subjects.
[Ref: 59734]   £70.00  
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The Duke of Wellington in caricature.
The Duke of Wellington in caricature.
By John Physick.
Victoria and Albert Museum. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1965.
8vo., pp. viii + 45. Illustrated wrapper, 95 b/w plates. Slightly stained cover and distressed spine.
A selection of 45 satires of the Duke of Wellington from the Department of Prints and Drawing of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
See Ref: 59735
[Ref: 59752]   £60.00  
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The Duke of Wellington and his political career after Waterloo - the caricaturists' view.
The Duke of Wellington and his political career after Waterloo - the caricaturists' view.
Edward du Cann.
Woodbridge: Antique Collectors' Club, 2000.
4to, blue cloth gilt with illus d/w. pp. 143, colour illustrations. Small tear in d/w.
A selection of over 100 satires of the Duke of Wellington as a politician.
See Ref: 59752
[Ref: 59735]   £60.00  
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