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Design for a National Institution,
Design for a National Institution, Appropriated to the Fine Arts, the Sciences, and Literature of the Kingdom. To the Right Rev.d John Fisher, D.D Lord Bishop of Salisbury, As Chaplain to the Royal Academy and an admirer of the Fine Arts, this Plate is respectfully inscribed by John Britton.
Design'd by Joseph Gandy Esq. Architect & A.R.A - the Busts and Figures Drawn by T. Baxter - Engraved by John Le Keux.
London, Published Feb 1. 1812 by Longman & Co. Paternoster Row, J. Taylor High Holborn J. Britton, Tavistock Place & W. Bond, Newman St.
Engraving, 19th century watermark, 420 x 320mm (16½ x 12½"), with very large margins. Creased on left.
A view of a neo-classical building from a shadowy colonnade with sculptures in niches against the wall and a pillar in the centre surmounted by a bust of Joshua Reynolds, with others including Flaxman and Inigo Jones; the acropolis in the background above. Frontispiece to 'The Fine Arts of the English School' (ed. John Britton, London 1812).
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36. To the Right Honourable Charlotte Viscountess Townshend
36. To the Right Honourable Charlotte Viscountess Townshend in her own right Baroness Ferrers of Chartley, This Plate of her Quarterings & c. Engraved at her expence, & given as an Addition to this work, Is most humbley inscribed by her Ladyships most dutifull & obedient Serv.t Jos. Edmondson Mowbray Herald.
[n.d. c.1764]
Rare engraving, 18th century watermark, sheet 425 x 510 (16¾ x 20"). Trimmed within plate. Creased where folded in the middle as normal.
A large Quartering surrounded by: a portrait of Robert Devereaux (1565-1601), Earl of Essex, William Lord Ferrers of Chartley (1412-50), from a window in the Chapel of Castle Bromwich, Sir William Compton (c. 14821528) from a Portrait in the Chapel of Balioll College Oxford, William the Conquerer (c.1028 87) giving the Charter of Tamworth Castle to Robert de Marmion and a View of Tamworth Castle. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
[Ref: 60631]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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The Right Honourable Nathaniel Booth Baron Delamer and Baronet.
The Right Honourable Nathaniel Booth Baron Delamer and Baronet. 395.
[n.d. c. 1764]
Hand coloured engraving, 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with large margins.
The coat of arms of Nathaniel Booth, 4th Baron Delamer (9 June 1709 9 January 1770). The escutcheon shows three boar heads and is supported by two rampant boars, above a crown and a Passant (lion), a banner slightly draping below the compartment the reads 'Quod. Ero. Spero.' (What I hope to accomplish , I shall accomplish.)
[Ref: 60636]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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318. The name of all the Quaterings belonging to the Right Honourable Anthony Browne Viscount Montague.
318. The name of all the Quaterings belonging to the Right Honourable Anthony Browne Viscount Montague. To the Right Honourable Anthony Browne Viscount Montague this Plate engraved at his expense and given as an Addition to this Work Is most Gratefully Inscribed by his Lordships most Dutiful Humble and Obedient Servant Joseph Edmondson Mowbray Herald.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 18th century watermark, 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with large margins. Small tears in margins. Holes in margins where previously bound.
Anthony Joseph Browne, 7th Viscount Montagu (1728 9 April 1787) was an English peer and landowner. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
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47. The Names of the Quaterings.
47. The Names of the Quaterings. To the Right Honourable John Griffin Griffin, Lord Howard de Walden; this Plate of His Arms Quaterings & Crests, Engraved at his expence & given as an Addition to this Work, is most Humbly Inscribed, By his Lordship's most Humble & Obedient Servant, Joseph Edmondson Mowbray Herald Extra.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 18th century watermark; 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with large margins. Central crease. Nicks and tears on margins.
Field Marshal John Griffin Griffin, 4th Baron Howard de Walden (1719-1797) was a British nobleman and soldier. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
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250. The name of all the Quaterings belonging to the Right Honoura.ble Francis Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick.
250. The name of all the Quaterings belonging to the Right Honoura.ble Francis Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick. To the Right Honoura.ble Francis Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick this Plate Engraved at his Lordships expense and given as an Encouragement to this Work Is most humby Inscribed by his Lordships most dutiful Obed.t Humble Serv.tt Joseph Edmondson Mowbray Herald.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with large margins. Small tears and creases in margins.
Francis Greville, 1st Earl of Warwick (10 October 1719 8 July 1773), known as Lord Brooke from 1727 to 1746 and Earl Brooke from 1746, was a British nobleman. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
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482. This Plate of Quarterings is placed to the Family of Lord Lovel, and Holland, by Order of her Ladyship.
482. This Plate of Quarterings is placed to the Family of Lord Lovel, and Holland, by Order of her Ladyship. This Plate of the Quarterings belonging to the Right Honourable Martha Baroness of Chedworth, Engraved at her Ladyships Expense and Given as an Addition to this Work is most Humbly Inscribed by her Ladyships most Humble and Obedient Servant Joseph Edmondson Mowbury Herald.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with large margins. Small tears and creases in margins. Holes in margins where previously bound.
Martha Parker-a-Morley-Long married John Thynne Howe, 2nd Baron Chedworth (171462) on 23 September 1751. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
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48. The Names of all the Quaterings belonging to the Right Honourable Thomas Twisleton, Baron Saye and Sele.
48. The Names of all the Quaterings belonging to the Right Honourable Thomas Twisleton, Baron Saye and Sele. To the Right Hon.ble Thomas Baron Saye & Sele, this Plate, Engraved at his expence & given as an Encouragement to this Work is most humbly Inscribed, by His Lordship's most dutiful & Obedient humble Servant, Joseph Edmondson, Mowbray Herald Extra.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with large margins. Small tears and nicks in margins, creases.
Major General Thomas Twisleton, 13th Baron Saye and Sele (1735-1788) was a British Army officer and peer. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
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306. To the Right Honourable William Pleydell-Bouverie, Commonly called Viscount Folkestone
306. To the Right Honourable William Pleydell-Bouverie, Commonly called Viscount Folkestone Eldest Son of Jacob, Earl of Radnor, by the Hon.ble Ann Duncombe, Daughter & Coheir of Anthony Lord Feversham. This Plate of gis Arms & Quarterings, given as an Ecouragement of this Work, is inscribed by his Lordhsips most Humble & Obedient Servant. Joseph Edmondson, Mowbray Herald.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 420 x 230mm (16½ x 9), with very large margins. Printer's crease. Tear in left margin that touches the plate.
Martha Parker-a-Morley-Long married John Thynne Howe, 2nd Baron Chedworth (171462) on 23 September 1751. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
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372. The Names of all the Quaterings, belonging to the Right Hon.ble John, Baron S:t John of Bletsho.
372. The Names of all the Quaterings, belonging to the Right Hon.ble John, Baron S:t John of Bletsho. To the Right Hon.ble John, S.t John.Baron S.t John, of Bletsho, This Plate Engraved at His Expence, & given as an Encouragement to this Work. Is most humbly Inscribed by His Lordships most dutiful and Obed.t Hum.ble Servant Joseph Edmondson, Mowbray Herald.
[n.d. c.1764]
Engraving, 420 x 235mm (16½ x 9¼), with very large margins. Small tears and nicks in margins, creases. Holes in margins where previously bound.
John St John, 2nd Baron St John of Bletso (died 1596) was an English peer. Joseph Edmondson (died 1786), was an English herald and genealogist whose principal work is the Baronagium Genealogicum ("or the Pedigrees of the English Peers, Deduced from the Earliest Times: Originally Compiled by Sir William Segar, and Continued to the Present Time"), 5 volumes, published in London, 1764. Many of the large quartered coats were presentation plates, contributed by the peers at their own expense.
[Ref: 60652]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A New Book of Ornaments Consisting of Compartment Decorations of Theaters, Ceilings, Chimney Pieces, Doors, Windows and other Beautyful Forms
A New Book of Ornaments Consisting of Compartment Decorations of Theaters, Ceilings, Chimney Pieces, Doors, Windows and other Beautyful Forms Usefull to Painters, Carvers, Engravers, &c. Invented by Angelo Rosis Florentine. Engrav'd by Ant. Visentini Venitian.
Publish'd Nov. 1st 1753 by ye Proprietor F. Vivares at the Golden Head, in Newport Street, near Licester Fields London.
Scarce engraving. Sheet 370 x 255mm (14½ x 10"). Trimmed close to printed border, repaired tear at top.
The titlepage and first plate of a book on ornamental designs by Angiolo Rosis (or Angelo, 1670-1742), with the title engraved within a roccoco design featuring an artist's palette, pen, set square, and pair of compasses. The plates were engraved from drawings found after Rosis's death, by Antonio Visentini (1688-1772) and first published by Francesco Zuccarelli in 1747.
[Ref: 60215]   £320.00  
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The Innocent. Beaute Innocente.
The Innocent. Beaute Innocente. 17.
[Alex.r Cozens inv. Fra.s Bartolozzi Sculp.]
[Publish'd April 10. 1777, by Alex.r Cozens, Leicester Street, Leicester Fields, London.]
Very rare, 1st state, engraving 470 x 325mm (18½ x 12¾") very large margins. Publication line so rubbed practically illegible. Slight mount stain. Crease upper and lower left corners. Right margin trimmed going into plate mark.
A plate from the book 'Principles of Beauty, Relative to the Human Head,' By Alexander Cozens, 'London: Printed by James Dixwell, No. 148, in St. Martin's Lane, near Charing Cross. M. DCC. LXXVIII'.
De Vesme: 2056
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