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The New Gateway at the Archbishop of York's Palace at Bishopthorpe - 1769.
The New Gateway at the Archbishop of York's Palace at Bishopthorpe - 1769. Tho.s Atkinson Architect.
Michael Angelo Rooker delin.t. Edward Rooker Sculp.t.
Publish'd as the Act Directs June 24th: 1773.
Rare etching. 340 x 555mm (13½ x 21¾"), large margins. Small repaired tear in bottom right
The Gothic Revival gateway of Bishopthorpe Palace, the residence of the Archbishop of York, built by Thomas Atkinson in 1769, now Grade 1 listed.
[Ref: 52082]   £290.00  
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To Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria, This Engraving commemorated of Her Majesty's visit to the Port of Falmouth
To Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria, This Engraving commemorated of Her Majesty's visit to the Port of Falmouth on the 1st September 1843, is, by Her Majesty's gracious permission, humbly dedicated, by Her most obedient and devoted Servant, James G. Philip.
A. Picken lith. [after James George Philip]. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
Published by Philip & Evans, Bristol, _ Ackermann & Co London. [n.d., c.1843.]
Rare tinted lithograph with hand colour. Framed, window 360 x 510mm (14¼ x 20"). Some slight abrasions in sky. Unexamined out of frame.
A record of Victoria's first visit to Falmouth, with sail and steamers, with the queen in a white ship's longboat, being rowed ashore. James George Philip (1816-85).
[Ref: 52035]   £480.00  
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Knebworth Place.
Knebworth Place.
[London: Benjamin Griffin et al, 1700.]
Engraving. 320 x 420mm (12½ x 16½"). Narrow margins at sides, creasing. Small hole near title.
A view of Knebworth Place before the 19th century remodelling, becoming Knebworth House. Published in 'The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire' by Sir Henry Chauncy (1632-1719).
[Ref: 51994]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Western Entrance, Oundle Church.
Western Entrance, Oundle Church.
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by B. Rudge, Bedford. Madeley, lith, 3 Wellington St. Strand.
Published by Richard Todd, Bookseller, Oundle. [n.d. c.1841.]
Rare lithograph. Sheet 275 x 365mm (10¾ x 14½") very large margins.
A view of the churchyard, cemetery and western entrance to St Peter's parish church. From a collection of "Lithographic views of Oundle and Fotheringhay".
[Ref: 51670]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Oundle Grammar School.
Oundle Grammar School. Founded by Sir W. Laxton, belonging to the Grocer's Company.
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by B. Rudge, Bedford. Madeley, lith, 3 Wellington St. Strand.
Published by Richard Todd, Bookseller, Oundle. [n.d. c.1841.]
Rare lithograph. Sheet 270 x 355mm (10¾ x 14") very large margins.
Oundle School, was originally known as Laxton Grammar school after its founder Sir William Laxton. The school has been maintained by the Worshipful Company of Grocers of the City of London since its foundation in 1556. From ''Lithographic views of Oundle and Fotheringhay''.
[Ref: 51669]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Nova & Accuratissima Celeberrimæ Universitatis Civitatisque Oxoniensis Ichnographia MDCCXXIII.
Nova & Accuratissima Celeberrimæ Universitatis Civitatisque Oxoniensis Ichnographia MDCCXXIII.
Guil. Williams delin: Toms Sculp.t.
[Oxford: William Williams, 1733.]
Engraved map. 465 x 550mm (18¼ x 21¾"). Binding folds as normal and creasing.
A plan of Oxford drawn by William Williams as the index map to his own 'Oxonia Depicta'. An index lists the colleges and churches in English and Latin.
[Ref: 52111]   £650.00  
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Joe Pullen's Elm. Hedington Hill, Oxford.
Joe Pullen's Elm. Hedington Hill, Oxford. ''I have the honor to be well known to Mr Josiah Pullen, of our hall above mentioned, (Magdalen Hall in Oxford) and attribute the florid old age I now enjoy to my constant morning-walks up Hedington hill in his cheerful company.'' Steele, Guardian No.2.
W.m Dela Motte del.t. 1821. Lithog.
Printed & Published by Rowney & Forster.
Lithograph. Sheet 350 x 275mm (13¾ x 10¾"). Slight soiling.
Reverend Josiah Pullen, Vice-President of Magdalen Hall from 1656 until his death in 1714, planted this elm c.1680 on a hill with an uninterrupted view of Oxford. He would walk there and back twice daily in half an hour from Magdalen Hall, sometimes accompanied by Richard Steele, the essayist, on a raised footpath that is now Pullen's Lane. The stump of the elm was destroyed by fire in 1909.
Ex: Collection of Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 52061]   £220.00  
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Whitby Abbey in Yorkshire.
Whitby Abbey in Yorkshire. To Mrs Cholmley, of Whitby and of Howsham, the Proprietor; This View of that celebrated Manastic Structure, is by Permission most humbly dedicated, by her much obliged and devoted Servantm John Buckler.
Drawn & Etched by J. Buckler F.S.A. Engraved by R. Reeve.
Published March 1812 by J. Buckler, Bermondsey, Surrey.
Aquatint. Sheet 505 x 645mm (20 x 25½"), on Whatman paper. Trimmed within plate, repaired tears bottom left, surface abrasions.
A detailed view of the ruins of Whitby Abbey.
[Ref: 52073]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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