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The Alfred, East-Indiaman, 1400 Tons. To Captain A. Henning & the Officers of the Ship This print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servent, William Foster.
The Alfred, East-Indiaman, 1400 Tons. To Captain A. Henning & the Officers of the Ship This print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servent, William Foster.
T.G. Dutton, del. et lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, W.m Foster, 114 Fenchurch Street - Portsmouth, A.Hinton. [n.d., c.1870]
Hand coloured lithograph. Sheet: 480 x 370mm, (19 x 14½"), large margins. Repaired tear in title area and damage in extreme bottom left corner.
A naval scene showing The Alfred, an East Indiaman built by the shipping company R & H Green who were based at Blackwell Yard. An eastindiaman was any ship under the license of the East India Companies.
[Ref: 40165]   £520.00  
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A Souvenir of the Launch of the Brazilian Training Ship ''Almirante Saldanha
A Souvenir of the Launch of the Brazilian Training Ship ''Almirante Saldanha" by Her Excellency Madame Getulio Vargas represented by Her Excellency Madame Regis de Oliveira from the Naval Construction Works of Vickers-Armstrong Limited, Barrow-in-Furness. 19th December, 1933.
Oblong 4to, original printed wrappers stitched with green silk; colour offset frontis, pp. (vi), 15 half-tone plates. Front cover chipped and soiled.
With photographic illustrations of other ships of the Brazilian navy. The ''Almirante Saldanha", a sailing ship, is best known for a UFO sighting in 1958, observed by several crew members, with photographs taken.
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[Clipper Ship
[Clipper Ship "Ambassador", A.1. 16 Years. 700 Tons Register. Thomas J. Duggan, Commander. Wm. Lund Esq. & others (Owners) Wm. Walker Esq. (Builder)]
[T.G. Dutton, del et lith.]
[London. Published May 27th 1869 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street, EC.]
Tinted lithograph, proof before letters, 430 x 620mm. 17 x 24¼". Repaired tear lower right not effecting image.
The Ambassador tea clipper sailed between the chinese port of Fuchow and London, once doing so in 108 days (1872). The beached skeleton of the ship is in Estancia San Gregorio, Chile, where it was declared a national monument in 1973. It is one of the few surviving tea clippers. The clipped weighed about 692 tons and was made of steel and teak wood, making it very fast and sleek vessel.
Parker 1950; see 17384 for published state. NMM: PAH8583.
[Ref: 17622]   £1,250.00  
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Weather view of an American schooner under reef'd sails.
Weather view of an American schooner under reef'd sails.
Drawn on stone by J. Rogers
[Printed by Rowney & Forster. Published by T. McLean. 26, Haymarket. n.d., c.1824]
Rare coloured lithograph. 275 x 420mm (10¾ x 16½"). Slightly trimmed at bottom.
[Ref: 11247]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Away Forward [pencil, to lower margin].
Away Forward [pencil, to lower margin].
Philip Kappel [pencil signature.]
[American, c.1934.]
Etching, laid paper, 200 x 250mm. 8 x 9¾". Inscribed by the artist in pencil "For my friend Samuel C. Endicott 1934".
An interesting perspective on board a ship, looking towards the bow; two men climb the foremast to unfurl a sail. By Philip Kappel (American, 1901 - 1981), etcher, illustrator and painter. Born Hartford, Connecticut in 1901.
[Ref: 23191]   £340.00  
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Barque Napolitaine vue par l'arrier, au mouillage. Pinque Génois, allant au plus près du vent. 18.
Barque Napolitaine vue par l'arrier, au mouillage. Pinque Génois, allant au plus près du vent. 18.
Dessiné et Gravé par Baugean.
[n.d. c.1826. Jean.]
Etching. Plate 158 x 197mm. 6¼ x 7¾".
From: "Collection de Toutes les Especes de Batimens...2eme Livraison". A Neapolitian cargo vessel in the bay alongside a Genoese sailing vessel. A small dinghy leaves the cargo vessel with men making their way towards the sailing ship.
NMM: PAD7394.
[Ref: 16767]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The Chinese Junk Keyring.
The Chinese Junk Keyring. Length 160 feet, breadth 33 feet, depth of hold 16 feet, burthen about 800 Tons.
London J.T. Wood Holywell St. Strand
[c.1850]
Zinc engraving, sheet 115 x 150mm (4½ x 6"). Foxing at edges.
The Chinese junk, Keying, which sailed from China to England and the United States (via the Cape of Good Hope) between 1846 and 1848. Probably published to coincide with its arrival in British waters in 1848. The ship subsequently sailed on to the US; even though the ship’s captain Charles Alfred Kellett (b.1812) did not plan to stop in New York City, he found himself off-course and eventually anchored in Battery Park, a resort for racing, sports, ice-skating and fashion. The ship remained for nine days in New York and over 7000 people a day paid 25 cents each to board the boat to examine its cabins and observe the crew. The American publishers Currier & Ives made a similar print to this one to commemorate the arrival of the ship in New York.
For another image of the same vessel see ref. 41651.
[Ref: 43257]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Chinese Junk]
[Chinese Junk]
[Anon., c.1850]
Wood-engraving, rare, printed area 85 x 125mm (3¼ x 5").
A junk, a sailing vessel used in Chinese waters and characterized by a very high poop, flat bottom, and square sails supported by battens.
[Ref: 43258]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Unidentified ship, previously thought to be the 'Coonatto']
[Unidentified ship, previously thought to be the 'Coonatto']
TGD [artist's monogram T. G. Dutton] 506.
[London, William Foster, 15th July 1863.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour, proof before letters. Image 405 x 595mm (16 x 23¼").
The Coonatto, a three-masted ship of 633 tons, built in London by Thomas Bilbé in 1863. Used as an Australian wool clipper, the name is an Aboriginal word for a food-bearing tree. In 1876 the Coonatto ran aground on rocks under the Seven Sisters in Sussex, where some of her iron remains can still be seen at low tide. Her captain, Captain Hillman, had his certificate suspended for three months for negligence, although there was speculation he wrecked the Coonatto for insurance money. However as his next ship, the 'Inch Kenneth' foundered the following year, killing Hillman, it would seem he was just inept.
[Ref: 17774]   £1,350.00  
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A View of the Ship Columbus, from a Drawing on the Spot
A View of the Ship Columbus, from a Drawing on the Spot Immediately after her launch, with near 4000 Tons of her cargo on board, Built at Quebec, 1824, by Charles Wood of Port Glasgow. The Length of this Immense Vessel is 300 Feet, Breadth of beam 50 Feet; depth of Hold 30 Feet, She is flat bottom'd, Measures 3900 Tons Register.
M. van Ogg Lith.o.
Printed and Sold by S. Vowles, 3 St Michael's Abbey, Cornhill [n.d., c.1824].
Rare coloured lithograph. Sheet 235 x 245mm (9¼ x 9¾"). Trimmed and mounted in album paper.
A depiction of the Columbus, a four-masted barque which was the largest ship ever built at the time. Built by Charles Wood, it was basically a raft, designed to carry large tree trunks for use as masts across the Atlantic, and to be dismantled after one voyage and its timbers sold for reuse. Her first crossing took three months, but instead of being dismantled her owners sent her back, but she was wrecked in the English Channel on 17 May 1825. An even larger version, 'The Baron of Renfrew' was wrecked the following year, making such vessels uninsurable.
See 53089 for similar item.
[Ref: 52925]   £360.00  
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Crossing the Line.
Crossing the Line.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 205 x 280mm (8 x 11'').
A scene showing the ceremony held when a ship crosses the equator, sailors dress up as Neptune and his entourage. Sailors who have previously crossed the equator have specific roles to iniate those crossing the line for the first time.
[Ref: 47957]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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To R.B.Dean, Esq.re & The Hon.ble Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs. This print of H.M.Revenue Cutter 'Vigilant' towing the Barge 'Alfred' of London, a valuable Prize, captured 17th Decr. 1828 having on board 1010 half-Ankers of Contraband Spirits co
To R.B.Dean, Esq.re & The Hon.ble Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs. This print of H.M.Revenue Cutter 'Vigilant' towing the Barge 'Alfred' of London, a valuable Prize, captured 17th Decr. 1828 having on board 1010 half-Ankers of Contraband Spirits co captured 17th Decr. 1828 having on board 1010 half-Ankers of Contraband Spirits concealed under a Coasting Cargo, is respectfully dedicated by their by their very obedient humble servant, Richard Gowlland, Commander. August 1845.
H.Rolfe Pinxt_T.G.Dutton, Lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
W.Foster, Marine Printseller & Publisher, 114 Fenchurch, St London.
Very scarce and fine lithograph. 393 x 546mm. 15½ x 21½". Hole to right-hand side, outside the image.
Revenue Cutters have patrolled our coastline for more than 300 years. From the early days of sail up to the modern high speed diesels. Revenue Cutter Vigilant, always referred to as a Cutter and never a Yacht, was the fastest sailing vessel on the Solent in 1826. A boat such as this would have speed and agility on their side enabling chases in open water and in remote ports. In the foreground of this lithograph is a buoy imprinted with 'Margate'.
[Ref: 18135]   £1,250.00  
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Her Majesty's Revenue Cutter
Her Majesty's Revenue Cutter "Vigilant", towing her Prize the Barge "Charlotte", captured on the 13th. Decr. 1849. Having on Board nearly 7 tons of Contraband Tobacco, concealed under Straw. This Lithograph is from a Painting by J.C. Schetky, Esq in the possession of Captain Gowlland.
T.G. Dutton, lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to the Queen.
A very scarce lithograph. 405 x 591mm. 16 x 23¼". Worm hole lower right, outside the image area, tear and crease right edge and in margin. Some surface abrasion top left-hand sidein the sky.
Revenue Cutters have patrolled our coastline for more than 300 years; from the early days of sail up to the modern high speed diesels. Revenue Cutter Vigilant, always referred to as a Cutter and never a Yacht, was the fastest sailing vessel on the Solent in 1826. A boat such as this would have speed and agility on their side enabling chases in open water and in remote ports. In a report in the Times, it was said that this was probably the largest seizure on the Thames of tobacco in thirty years. This view taken on the Thames with the Greenwich observatory up on the hill in the distance and the Greenwich Hospital in the foreground.
See NMM: PAH8220.
[Ref: 18133]   £950.00  
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The Cutter Yacht
The Cutter Yacht "Rose", 40 Tons. T.D.C. Graham Esq.r
Painted by W. Clark, Greenock. Allan & Ferguson Lith. Glasgow.
[n.d. c.1840.]
Coloured lithograph, framed in very fine maple frame. 368 x 495mm. Some repairs top right.
[Ref: 22942]   £550.00  
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H.M.S. Dido (18 Guns) running up Channel, 1845.
H.M.S. Dido (18 Guns) running up Channel, 1845. To the Hon.ble Capt.n Keppel and the Officers of the Ship this print is respectfully dedicated by The Publishers.
Lieu.t Inglefield del. T.G.Dutton, lith.
London. Published Oct.r 21st 1845 by Messrs Fores 41 Piccadilly, corner of Sackville Street.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 380 x 525mm (15 x 20¾"). Some staining, damage to edges.
HMS Dido was an 18-gun Daphne-class corvette built for the Royal Navy launched 1836. After service including the Syrian War of 1840, the First Opium War of 1839-42, the action against Borneo Pirates and a visit to New Zealand in 1847 she became a coal hulk at Sheerness bafore being sold for scrap in 1903. Dido was the first command of Henry Keppel (1809-1904) as captain. He spent 10 years on board, later progressing to the rank of admiral.
[Ref: 54065]   £440.00  
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Dominus Providebit.
Dominus Providebit.
Iac: Andr: Fridrich sc. Aug. Vind.
[n.d., c.1750.]
Etching. Sheet: 110 x 160mm (4¼ x 6¼''). Trimmed.
An engraving of a ship set within a decorative boarder. By Jakob Andreas Fridrich.
[Ref: 50246]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Coup D'une Galare Avec Ses Proportions.
Coup D'une Galare Avec Ses Proportions.
Barthelelmy Chasse delineavit et Sculpsit.
Se vendent a Marsailles Chez Laurent Bremons sur le poer, au coin de reboul.
Engraving. 530 x 555mmm (17 x 21¾"). Some loss at centre fold.
A cross-section of a merchant galley, illustrating the cargo sections, after Captain Henry Sbonski de Passebon, who was stationed at Marseilles as a Lieutenant in the Corps des Galeres. It was one of three such diagrams in Michelot & Bremond's 'Carte Generalle de la Mer Mediterranee' (in effect a 12-chart sea atlas).
[Ref: 32565]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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To the Commanders in the Honourable the East India's Company's Service  This view of the Neptune East Indiaman;
To the Commanders in the Honourable the East India's Company's Service This view of the Neptune East Indiaman; Capt. Gab.l Steward, in a Storm in Lat. 19.º.30' So. Long. 88.º18E. of London, is humbly inscribed by their most obliged Servant Henry Parker. [and] To Capt. Gab.l Steward, this view of the Neptune East Indiaman, with the Machine she was steered by, after the loss of her Rudder, in Lat. 19.º 30'So.. Long. 88º 18'E.t. of London, Is Humbly inscribed by his most obedient Servant, Henry Parker.
R.B. Godfrey sculp.
Publish'd Oct. 21st. 1768, by Henry Parker, at No 82. Cornhill, London.
Pair of engravings. Ea. 430 x 535mm, 17 x 21". A few small tears.
A fine example of naval ingenuity: having lost their rudder the crew devised a make-shift steering device.
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Bound for Haiti [pencil, to lower margin.]
Bound for Haiti [pencil, to lower margin.]
Philip Kappel [pencil signature.]
[American, c.1928.]
Etching, laid paper watermarked 'Hand Made', 225 x 175mm. 9 x 7". Inscribed by the artist in pencil "For Samuel C. Endicott 1928/ This print is #1 from my personal collection".
An interesting perspective on board a ship, looking down onto the deck from above; men working the rigging/winding mechanism. By Philip Kappel (American, 1901 - 1981), etcher, illustrator and painter. Born Hartford, Connecticut in 1901.
[Ref: 23192]   £340.00  
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To Alexander Grant Esqre of Carnoisie This Portrait of the Clipper Schooner Hellas
To Alexander Grant Esqre of Carnoisie This Portrait of the Clipper Schooner Hellas is respectfully dedicated by O W Brierly (Mr AA Scanlan, Commander)
O.W. Brierly del. L. Haghe Lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
Edmund Fry & Son London, Edmund Fry Jun.r Plymouth. [n.d., c.1839.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 270 x 355mm (10¾ x 14"), with large margins. Tears in margins taped.
A rowing boat approaching the Hellas in rough seas, a rocky coastline behind. This print was advertised in the Art Journal in 1839, making it an early work by Oswald Walters Brierly.
[Ref: 54066]   £320.00  
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The John Wesley Missionary Ship.
The John Wesley Missionary Ship.
[George Baxter.]
[n.d. c.1838.]
Aquatint. Sheet 89 x 145mm. 3½ x 5¾". Cut, repaired tear.
The John Wesley sailed from Southampton with a cargo of stores and presents for the Missions in the South Seas, and with several Missionaries and their wives for passengers.
[Ref: 25157]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Nautical Sketches. No. 1. Kestrel. R.Y.S.
Nautical Sketches. No. 1. Kestrel. R.Y.S. Commodore the Earl of Yarborough.
H.J. Vernon, Lith. Day & Haghe, Lithrs. To The Queen.
Published by A. Hinton, & Ackermann & Co. London [n.d., c.1845].
Tinted lithograph, image 310 x 460mm. 12¼ x 18". Tatty extremities.
A fine print of this boat, one of the Royal Yacht Squadron. Member yachts are given the Suffix RYS to their names, and permitted to fly the White Ensign of the Royal Navy rather than the merchant Red Ensign flown by the majority of other UK registered vessels.
[Ref: 9892]   £820.00  
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The Lady Kennaway, off Margate, Tho.s Surflen. Esq.re Commander. Homeward Bound 1827.
The Lady Kennaway, off Margate, Tho.s Surflen. Esq.re Commander. Homeward Bound 1827.
Painted by J.W. Huggins Engraved by E. Duncan.
London. Published by J.W. Huggins, 150 Leadenhall Street, 1829.
Coloured aquatint, sheet 475 x 640mm (18¾ x 25"). Trimmed inside platemark on three sides; very fine.
The Lady Kennaway, built in Calcutta in 1817 and seen here shortly before she was chartered as convict transport in 1830, carrying convicts to Australia and Tasmania, as well as trading with India and Canada. Print made from a painting by W.J. Huggins (1781-1845), who in 1830 became marine painter to William IV.
[Ref: 30063]   £1,100.00  
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The French Barque,
The French Barque, "Le Courrier" [Courier/Messenger], Entering Ramsgate Harbour in Distress.
H. Stretton, delt.
Printed by P. Gauci. [n.d., c.1840.]
Sepia tinted lithograph heightened in white, sheet 260 x 365mm. 10¼ x 14¼".
One of ten plates of miscellaneous scenes, in Henry Stretton's 'Original Sketches, Drawn and Engraved on Stone' (see ref:8840).
[Ref: 17765]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The
The "Leda" Yacht, R.W.Y.C.
Painted by N.M. Condy. T.G. Dutton, Lith.
London, Published Jany 1st. 1850, by Messrs. Fores, At Their Sporting & Fine Print Repository, & Frame Manufactory, 41 Piccadilly, Corner of Sackville Street.
Lithograph with hand colouring. Very fine. Printed area: 315 x 450mm (12½ x 17¾"). Framed.
Founded as the Port of Plymouth Royal Clarence Regatta Club in 1827, the Royal Western Yacht Club was founded in 1833. Its original aims were to hold an annual regatta, to organise an active social programme and to stimulate improvements in naval architecture through yacht racing, and the Club still holds to the principles of those original aims today. In those early years the Club's principal strength proved to be in long distance cruising. Its members' yachts, wearing the Blue Ensign, a privilege given to them in a Warrant granted by Queen Victoria, were to be seen in the farthest corners of the globe, from France and St Petersburg to Cape Town, Ceylon, South America and the USA. At the same time the Club's active involvement in racing grew consistently. As well as running an annual regatta the Club was soon organising an annual series of races for J Class Yachts, an event which continued for over 100 years until 1934. After Nicholas Matthew Condy (1818 - 1851).
NMM: PAH8679.
[Ref: 39379]   £1,250.00  
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Cutter Yacht ''Maria'' Modelled by R.L.Stevens Esq. Owned by the Messrs Stevens of New York.
Cutter Yacht ''Maria'' Modelled by R.L.Stevens Esq. Owned by the Messrs Stevens of New York. To John C. Stevens Esq. Commodore of the New York Yacht Club this Print is with Permission, respectfully dedicated by the Publisher.
F.F. Palmer Del. J.E. Butterworth. Lith. by N. Currier.
Entered according to Actg of Congress in the Year 1852 by N. Currier, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of N.Y. New York. Published by N. Currier, 152 Nassau Street.
Coloured lithograph. Printed area 500 x 610mm (19¾ x 24"). Framed. Paper slightly toned. Unexamined out of frame.
A racing yacht, 'modelled' by Colonel Robert Livingston Stevens (1787-1856), shipbuilder and railway executive. Frances Flora Bond Palmer (1812-76, often referred to as Fanny Palmer) and her husband ran a lithography business in England, often printing Fanny's paintings. They emigrated to the States in the early 1840s and continued the business. However it failed c.1849 and Nathaniel Currier took over their stock, retaining Fanny as an artist. Between 1849 and 1868 she produced about two hundred images for Currier and then Currier & Ives.
[Ref: 45853]   £850.00  
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'Mirage', R.Y..S., 200 Tons. 5th October 1872.
'Mirage', R.Y..S., 200 Tons. 5th October 1872.
T.G. Dutton, del.t et lith. M. & N. Hanhart, Imp.t.
London: Published March 1st 1873 by Arthur Ackermann, 191, Regent Street.
Colour tinted lithograph. Printed area 420 x 600mm. A very good example of colour printing.
[Ref: 8402]   £1,450.00  
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Cutter Yacht
Cutter Yacht "Osprey," 59 Tons, Edward Westby Nunn, Esq. (Owner), Royal St. George's Yacht Club. Winner of Royal Thames Yacht Club £100 Prize, June 25th. 1859... & other Prizes.
Josiah Taylor, Del. Vincent Brooks, Lith.
London, Published April 29th 1863, by J. Taylor, 147 Packington St. Islington, N, and Droosten, Allan & Co. 126, Strand, W.C.
Very fine hand coloured lithograph, sheet 505 x 695mm. 19¾ x 27¼". Repaired tear left margin minor stains to the outer edges of the paper.
The Royal St. George's Yacht Club is still based in Dun Laoghaire (formerly Kingstown) on the south side of Dublin Bay.
NMM: PAH8742.
[Ref: 17900]   £1,350.00  
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Wood Sailing Ship
Wood Sailing Ship "Paramatta". Built by James Laing, Esq., Sunderland.
P. Stabler, Sunderland.
[n.d., c.1870.]
Photograph. Photographer's label on verso of Paul Stabler. Board: 485 x 360mm (19 x 14"). Damage to board on left side.
A photograph of the Scottish sailing ship Paramatta which operated between 1866 and 1898. She was launched in May 1866 and named after the river Paramatta near Sydney. The Paramatta sailed from England to Australia and the crew would issue a magazine fortnightly for amusment during the three month voyage. She sank during a journey from Texas to Norfolk in 1898.
[Ref: 42506]   £380.00  
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This Print of the 'Raymond' Hugh McKay Commander,
This Print of the 'Raymond' Hugh McKay Commander, The First Vessel direct from China to Hull, is published commemorative of her arrival on the 14th October 1843.
J. Ward Del et Lith.
Printed by W. Monhouse York
Rare lithograph with tintstone, printed area 235 x 290mm (9¼ x 11½"). Small margins.
The tea clipper 'Raymond' arriving in Hull, with other vessels on the river Humber in the distance.
[Ref: 41177]   £360.00  
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The Schooner Yacht 'Rosalind', 1000 Tons, R.T.Y.C.
The Schooner Yacht 'Rosalind', 1000 Tons, R.T.Y.C. Winner of the Prize of 100 Gui.s in the R.T.Y.C. Schooner match June 1st 1853. Dedicated by Permission to Commodore the R.t Hon.ble Lord Alfred Paget M.P. by His Lordship's obedient Servants, Mess.rs Fores.
T.S. Robins Del. T.G. Dutton, Lith. Day & Son, Lith.rs to The Queen.
Published July 18th. 1853, by Mess.rs Fores, 44 Piccadilly, London.
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Sheet 380 x 465mm, 15 x 18¼". Narrow margins, repairs top left.
The Rosalind, of the Royal Thames Yacht Club, plate 9 of 'Fores's Maritime Sketches'. A fine yachting scene.
NMM: PAH8722
[Ref: 22914]   £780.00  
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The Liverpool and Australian Navigation Company's Steam Clipper
The Liverpool and Australian Navigation Company's Steam Clipper "Royal Charter", (Francis Boyce, Commander.) 2719 Tons Register_ 200 Horse Power
S. Walters del. John R. Isaac lith.
Published Jan.y 1856 by John R. Isaac 62 Castle St. Liverpool
Coloured lithograph, very rare; printed area approx 430 x 620mm (17 x 24¼"). Damaged, some repairs.
[Ref: 27506]   £680.00  
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The King's Yacht.
The King's Yacht.
[London: R. Lambe, 1824.]
Etching, 210 x 265mm. 8¼ x 10½". Publication line erased.
Probably HMY Royal Charlotte, which carried Duchess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz from Cuxhaven, Kiel to marry George III. From a series of etchings of different types of ships.
NMM: PAD7708.
[Ref: 12161]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[Sail-Boat.]
[Sail-Boat.]
[n.d., c.1960.]
Signed watercolour. Sheet: 140 x 90mm (5½ x 3½''). Mounted on card.
[Ref: 48107]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Still Waters.]
[Still Waters.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 130 x 210mm. 5 x 8¼". Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. A fine impression, mint.
Yachts on a flat-calm sea. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', p.191.
[Ref: 19350]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fisherman's Home-coming.]
[Fisherman's Home-coming.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 150 x 225mm. 6 x 9". A fine impression.
A fishing boat returning to harbour.
Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin.
Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.

The Print Society 'Fine Prints', Index.
[Ref: 19354]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Schooner Yacht Dolphin.
Schooner Yacht Dolphin. G.H. Ackers, Esqr. Winning the Queen's Plate at Cowes, August 17th 1839. To the Right Hon.ble the Earl of Yarborough, D.C.L. F.R.S. F.S.A. &c. Commadore of the Royal Yacht Squadron. This Print is respectfully dedicated by his Lordship's most obedient and very humble Servant, O.W. Brierly.
O.W. Brierly, del et zinc. Day & Hague, Lithrs. to the Queen.
Edmund Fry, London & Edmund Fry Jnr. Plymouth. [n.d. c.1839.]
Tinted zincograph, sheet 385 x 555mm. 15¼ x 21¾". Light soiling, small tears to extremities.
In the background are captioned 'Kestral', belonging to the Earl of Yarborough and B.Boyd's 'Wanderer'.
[Ref: 8582]   £480.00  
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The Samuel Sealer of London(?) [in ink lower left.]
The Samuel Sealer of London(?) [in ink lower left.]
[Unsigned, n.d., c.1820s.]
Watercolour, c.165 x 235mm. 6½ x 9¼". Water stain and some spotting to sky.
A drawing from life by a skilful amateur artist from a sketch book of scenes on a voyage of the ship 'Elphinstone'. She was a sloop in the service of the Honourable East India Company launched c.1824 which travelled to the Mediterranean, around the southern tip of Africa and on to the East Indies and Australia. The identity of the artist who travelled on board the Elphinstone drawing the different landscapes and scenes he saw is not ascertained. The sketch book is inscribed in ink with the initials 'W.B.' on the front endpaper.
[Ref: 9419]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The Secret.
The Secret.
Drawn & Engraved by H. Beckwith.
London, Published by Rogerson & Tuxford, 246, Strand, 1854.
Steel engraving, sheet 150 x 220mm. 6 x 8¾". Trimmed to plate. Slightly soiled.
A yacht at sea, coastline and other shipping in background. By Henry Beckwith (1830 fl. - 1900 after).
[Ref: 13510]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Just Published. ''Sister Ships''.
Just Published. ''Sister Ships''. Original Drypoint by Joseph Cook. Edition limited to 100 impressions (Plate Destroyed).
24/100 Joseph Cook [pencil].
[London: Alfred Bell & Co., n.d., c.1930.]
Drypoint etching, signed by the artist. 215 x 325mm (8½ x 12¾") very large margins. In original mount with printed gallery label with artist's name and a publisher's logo of a black bell with ABC in white. Mint.
Two clippers passing each other in rough seas.
[Ref: 49172]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Clipper Ship 'Spindrift', Winner of the Great Ocean Race from Foo-cho-foo. Season 1868.
The Clipper Ship 'Spindrift', Winner of the Great Ocean Race from Foo-cho-foo. Season 1868. Left Foo-cho-foo 29th May at 3.50pm _ Off the Wight 1st Sept.r at 4.50pm. Passage 95 Days 1 hour.
T. G. Dutton del.t et lith.
London Published November 14th 1868 by W.m Foster, 17 Billiter Street, E.C.
Tinted lithograph, very scarce. Framed, window size 425 x 610mm (16¾ x 24"). Mounted over printed border, unexamined out of frame.
An extreme composite clipper ship built in 1867 by Charles Connell, Glasgow. Launched July 18th 1867, she only made three successful trips to China before being wrecked near Dungeness, one day into a voyage to Shanghai with a £200,000 cargo, 21st November, 1869.
[Ref: 41424]   £950.00  
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The Cutter Yacht, Talisman, (87 Tons) R.Y.S. sailing the Great Match with the Corsair,
The Cutter Yacht, Talisman, (87 Tons) R.Y.S. sailing the Great Match with the Corsair, from Cowes round the Eddystone, and back, Octr. 1842. To Robert Meiklam, Esqre. this Print is respectfully dedicated, by The Publisher.
N.M. Condy del. T.G .Dutton lith: Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Ackermann & Co. Strand, George Foster 114 Fenchurch St.__ Cowes, J Pinhorn. __ Plymouth, Edmund Fry [n.d., c.1843].
Lithograph, image 230 x 305mm. 9 x 12". Repaired tear into publication line. Some soiling.
The Corsair and was the victor over the Talisman in the celebated race between the two Royal Yacht Club boats for 1,000 guineas from Cowes to the Eddystone lighthouse, Cornwall.
[Ref: 9469]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Brixham Trawlermen. [in pencil.]
Brixham Trawlermen. [in pencil.]
Henry G. Walker. [signed in pencil.]
Etching, in original mount with Advert slip. Plate: 125 x 170mm (5 x 6¾'') very large margins. Mint.
A view showing trawlermen on a quay by etcher Henry G. Walker.
[Ref: 49356]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Tug.]
[The Tug.]
Joseph Cook. [Signed in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1930.][Alfred Bell & Co.]
Etching. 27 of 100 limited edition, in original mount with Advert slip. Plate: 235 x 325mm (9¼ x 12¾'') very large margins. Very slight stain.
A marine scene showing a tug boat bringing in a larger ship.
[Ref: 49342]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Brig Yacht Wanderer.
Brig Yacht Wanderer. Benjamin Boyd, Esqr. To Colonel The Honble. Robert Fulke Greville. This Print is by permission respectfully dedicated by his obliged Servant. Oswald Walters Brierly.
O.W. Brierly, del et lith. Day & Hague Lith:
Edmund Fry & Son, London & Edmund Fry Jnr. Plymouth [n.d. c.1840].
Tinted lithograph, image 310 x 445mm. 12¼ x 17½". Small nicks and tears to extremities, light soiling.
The schooner 'Wanderer' on route to Australia in 1841, in a gale with lightning and a cloud formation to the left called 'Santa Barbara's Cross' which the Spanish regard as an ill-omen. On board was Benjamin Boyd (1801-51), the owner of the yacht, and the artist Oswald Walters Brierly (1817-94). Ben Boyd, a stockbroker, hoped to capitalise on the resources of Australia. He had founded the Royal Bank of Australia in London, but, when he arrived in Port Jackson in 1842, he used the money raised for his own purposes rather than operate a true bank. He bought flocks and took up squatter's rights, becoming one of the largest landowners in the colony, established Boydtown at Twofold Bay, a port from which he could co-ordinate his shipping, whaling and pastoral interests. In 1847 he imported a number of Pacific islanders as cheap labour, which failed as the islanders had no idea what was expected of them and made Boyd unpopular with the European settlers. When anti-squatter laws were introduced Boyd's finances failed, and in 1848 he lost control of the Royal Bank of Australia, which was placed in the hands of a liquidator the following year. Boyd then left Australia on the 'Wanderer' to try his luck on the Californian goldfields. Disappointed in America, he set sail to cruise the Pacific but disappeared on a visit to Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands in October 1851, with rumours that he had been killed by cannibals. The 'Wanderer' was wrecked off Port Macquarie upon its return to Australia. Oswald Brierly remained in Australia also, managing Boyd's whaling station at Twofold Bay 1842-48, before making a two-year voyage with Captain Owen Stanley on HMS Rattlesnake recording surveys of the Great Barrier Reef, Torres Strait, parts of New Guinea and the Louisiade Archipelago. He then sailed with Henry Keppel on HMS Meander to New Zealand, Tahiti and South America before returning to England. Brierly visited Australia again in 1867-8 when he accompanied the first Royal visit of HRH Prince Alfred Duke of Edinburgh on HMS Galatea during its royal tour.
[Ref: 9895]   £750.00  
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To the Rt. Honble. Lord Willoughby de Eresby, this print of The Lugger Yacht 'New Moon', 220 Tons, is respectfully dedicated by His very obedient Servant, Wm Foster.
To the Rt. Honble. Lord Willoughby de Eresby, this print of The Lugger Yacht 'New Moon', 220 Tons, is respectfully dedicated by His very obedient Servant, Wm Foster.
T.G. Dutton Del. et Lith. Day & Son Lithrs. to the Queen.
London, Published by Wm. Foster, 114 Fenchurch St.
Tinted lithograph, image 300 x 460mm. 11¾ x 18". 2 slight creases.
Large yacht sailing to the left, other yachts in the background and seaside cliff with castle on the far right. After Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
[Ref: 11937]   £650.00  
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The Yacht 'Gertrude',  135 Tons, R.Y.S.
The Yacht 'Gertrude', 135 Tons, R.Y.S. To Cecil & Martyn Esq., this plate is with his permission respectfully dedicated by his obedient Servants, R. & A. Ackermann.
Drawn & Lithographed by T.G. Dutton. Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith, London W.C.
London, Published Augt. 10th. 1868 by R.& A. Ackermann, 191, Regent Street.
Tinted lithograph with colour added by hand, image 365 x 600mm. 14½ x 23¾". Some small closed marginal tears.
An impressive ship of the Royal Yacht Squadron, other vessels and the white cliffs and Dover Castle in the distance. After Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
NMM: PAH8759.
[Ref: 12170]   £1,650.00  
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