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Kings College. Chapel and Clare Hall in the University of Cambridge.
Kings College. Chapel and Clare Hall in the University of Cambridge. Proof Print.
R.Harraden Delin & Excud.
Publish'd October 12th 1797 by R. Harraden No. 16 Little Newport Street, Leicester Square London _ And David Hood, Printseller Cambridge.
Fine aquatint, printed in colours and hand finished. Sheet 430 x 580mm (17 x 22¾"). Trimmed within plate; bottom margin reinstated, a few tears to edges, paper lightly toned.
One of seven plates in Harraden's 'Views of Cambridge'.
Abbey Scenery 75.
[Ref: 49809]   £550.00  
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Rossall, from the Cricket-Field.
Rossall, from the Cricket-Field.
E. Burrows.
Published by W.H. Beynon & C.o. Cheltenham.
Rare etching, on india paper. Plate: 175 x 315mm (7 x 12½''), with large margins.
A view of Rossall School in Lancashire.
[Ref: 50050]   £260.00  
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[Putney School.]
[Putney School.]
[n.d., c.1800.]
Rare aquatint. Sheet: 100 x 150mm (4 x 6''). Trimmed, damaged.
A view of a school, a group of boys play cricket in the yard outside.
[Ref: 50054]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Idle Child.
The Idle Child. Who can behold this face, so spoil'd by sullen looks [/] And not dislike the Child who thus dislikes his Books.
Painted by T. Ducheé. Engraved by H. Dawe.
London, Published March, 1825, by Zach.h Sweet, 38, Chancery Lane.
Rare mezzotint. Sheet: 320 x 230mm (12½ x 9''). Trimmed, tear in title & crease left corner.
A portrait of a miserable child, relunctant to do his lessons, on the table next to him is a chalkboard on which a teacher has written 'Dunce' and a bundle of sticks used on naughty children. Open book on desk "Bad boy not to mind his book and learn to be wise"
[Ref: 50056]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The University of London
The University of London constituting the most wonderful aggregation of institutions to be found anywhere in the World. To the Memory of the Founders and Benefactors of the noble Colleges and Schools of the University of London this plate is gratefully and respectfully dedicated.
Designed, Executed & Published by S. Gordon Wilson. Copyright and under the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
[n.d., c.1923.]
Etching. Sheet 290 x 635mm (11½ x 25"). Repaired tear at top, some surface abrasions in margins.
22 vignette illustrations of the buildings and numerous crests of the University. Wilson published a book with a similar title in 1923.
[Ref: 50664]   £320.00  
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Collegi Corporis Christie.
Collegi Corporis Christie.
D. Loggan delin et Sculp cum Privil S.R.M.
[Oxford, c.1675]
Engraving. 295 x 390mm (11½ x 15¼")
Bird's-eye view of Wadham College in Oxford, founded by Somerset landowners Nicholas and Dorothy Wadham during the reign of King James I. Plate from David Loggan's 'Oxonia illustrata' (1675), a set of bird's-eye views of all University of Oxford buildings.
[Ref: 50066]   £240.00  
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Magdalene Tower.
Magdalene Tower.
F. Nash del.t. G. Lewis sculp.t.
London, Pub.d Aug.t 1. 1814, at 101 Strand, for R. Ackermann's History of Oxford.
Fine coloured aquatint, J. Whatman 1812 watermark. 300 x 250mm (11¾ x 10").
Magdalen Tower, the bell tower of Magdalen College, completed in 1509.
[Ref: 50004]   £240.00  
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The Quadrangle of New College, from the South West Corner.
The Quadrangle of New College, from the South West Corner. The Oxford Almanack For the Year of our Lord God, MDCCXXCIII [1793].
[Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1793.] Bit later.
Engraving. Sheet 515 x 480mm (20¼ x 19") Bottom right corner replaced, affecting engraver's inscription, repaired tear in margin. Small margins.
The Oxford Almanack is an annual almanac published by the Oxford University Press for the University of Oxford since 1674.
[Ref: 49980]   £220.00  
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[Stoneyhurst.]
[Stoneyhurst.]
Etch.d by S. Middiman.
[n.d., c.1800.]
Unfinished etching with engraving, proof. 425 x 545mm (16¾ x 21½"), with very large margins. Wear to edges, slight abrasion across front of building.
The BM example is finished, printed on chine collé, but with no further inscriptions.
BM 1880,0110.84, also unidentified.
[Ref: 49821]   £360.00  
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