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The East View of Aston in the County of Warwick, the Seat of S.r. Lister Holte, Bar.t
The East View of Aston in the County of Warwick, the Seat of S.r. Lister Holte, Bar.t is humbly Inscribed by his Obliged Serv.ts Sam.l & Nath.l Buck.
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck delin. et sculp. April 1744. 1 Garden Court Middle Temple.
Large engraving. 600 x 770mm (23½ x 30¼") with small margins. Several repairs, splits and tears.
A rare arial view of Aston Hall near Birmingham. Built in the Jacobean style by Sir Thomas Holte and completed 1635, the building passed into the possession of James Watt Jnr before becoming the first historic country house to pass into municipal ownership, 1864.
[Ref: 52627]   £580.00  
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View of the Great Chasm of the Axmouth Landslip looking Westward.
View of the Great Chasm of the Axmouth Landslip looking Westward. Reaping the Wh[eat] 25th August 1840.
W. Dawson del.t. On Zinc by G. Scharf. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted zincograph with hand colour. Sheet 250 x 685mm (9¾ x 27"). Framed. Trimmed into image on three sides, slight wear at lower centre fold affecting part of title. Unexamined out of frame.
A scene on the cliffs of England's 'Jurassic Coastline' with harvesters reaping a field of wheat in the 'Undercliff', watched by sightseers. A landslip on Christmas Day 1839 took with it fields, a number of cottages and an orchard. In ''Landslips in East Devon'' William Dawson & the Rev. W.D. Conybeare published ten plans and views of the event, making it the first major landslip to be recorded scientifically. This plate is not from the series, despite sharing all the production details; it is apparently a slightly later publication, showing how life continued in the area.
See Abbey: 129.
[Ref: 52787]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)

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Abbey Church, Bath, from the Orange Grove.
Abbey Church, Bath, from the Orange Grove.
Drawn by J. Syer, _ G. Hawkins lith. Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
Published by W.m Everitt, City Repository of Arts 1 Pulteney Bridge Bath. [n.d., c.1850.]
Sepia tinted lithograph. 275 x 410mm (10¾ x 16"), with large margins.
A view of Bath Abbey.
[Ref: 52203]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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To Jacob Wilkinson Esq.r this View of Berwick upon Tweed,
To Jacob Wilkinson Esq.r this View of Berwick upon Tweed, is with the greatest respect inscribed by His most obedient Servants J. Stuart and F. Jukes.
Drawn by C. Catton. Engraved by F. Jukes.
London, Pub.d March 20, 1793, by F. Jukes No 10, Howland Street.
Aquatint with hand colour. 465 x 640mm (18¼ x 25¼"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the town from the north side of the Tweed, showing the medieval town walls and the Grade 1 listed bridge, built 1611-24. One of a series 'Six Scottish Views' after Charles Catton (1756-1819), an artist who emigrated to America c.1802.
See Ref: 52777
[Ref: 52776]   £480.00  
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To the Hon.ble Sir John Vaughn K.B. and the Hon.ble C. Carpenter This View of the Town and Bridge of Berwick
To the Hon.ble Sir John Vaughn K.B. and the Hon.ble C. Carpenter This View of the Town and Bridge of Berwick is with the greatest respect inscribed by His most obedient Servants J. Stuart and F Ju.kes
Drawn by C. Catton Jun.r. Engraved by F. Jukes.
London, Pub.d March 20, 1793, by F. Jukes No 10, Howland Street.
Aquatint with hand colour. 465 x 640mm (18¼ x 25¼"). Trimmed and taped on paper. Some light foxing and a mark in the sky.
A view of the town from the south side of the Tweed, showing the medieval town walls and the Grade 1 listed bridge, built 1611-24. One of a series 'Six Scottish Views' after Charles Catton (1756-1819), an artist who emigrated to America c.1802.
See Ref: 52776
[Ref: 52777]   £480.00  
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Biggleswade.
Biggleswade. Proof.
Published by T.W. Sprong [n.d., c.1850.]
Rare tinted lithograph. Printed area 260 x 320mm (10¼ x 12½"), on thick paper.
A separate-issue view of the Market Place, Biggleswade.
[Ref: 52205]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Bournemouth, near Christchurch, Hants.
Bournemouth, near Christchurch, Hants.
B. Ferrey Arch.t M.A.S.L. Day & Haghe, Lith.rs to the King.
[n.d., c.1835.]
Lithograph. Sheet 190 x 270mm (7½ x 10¾"). Narrow margins.
In 1835 Sir George William Tapps-Gervis hired the young local architect Benjamin Ferrey to develop his land, building Bournemouth's first hotel, later to become part of the Royal Bath Hotel, which opened in 1838 and is one of the few buildings designed by Ferrey still standing.
[Ref: 52651]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[A brass plate in St Mary the Virgin Church in Broughton Gifford] Robert Longe Second Sone
[A brass plate in St Mary the Virgin Church in Broughton Gifford] Robert Longe Second Sone of Hen: Longe of Whaddon in the County of Qilts Esq...
[n.d., c.1800.]
Etching. 360 x 300mm (14¼ x 11¾").
A brass plate, showing a skeleton, commemorating Robert Longe (d.1720), on the south wall of the nave in St Mary's.
[Ref: 52211]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Carisbrooke Castle. I. of W.
Carisbrooke Castle. I. of W. Alum Bay Sand. 1846.
Rare sand painting on card, ink title. Card: 155 x 115mm (6 x 4½''). Great condition.
A view of Carisbrooke Castle from the gateway, made out of coloured Isle of Wight sand.
[Ref: 52789]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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City of London State Barge passing up the Thames by Windsor Castle on its way to Oxford during the Mayoralty of Sir Claudius Stephen Hunter Bar.t 1812.
City of London State Barge passing up the Thames by Windsor Castle on its way to Oxford during the Mayoralty of Sir Claudius Stephen Hunter Bar.t 1812. 151.
Publish'd April, 15, 1813, by Whittle and Laurie, No.53 Fleet Street, London.
Scarce coloured aquatint. 296 x 450mm (11¾ x 17¾"). Trimmed.
Very decorative view of the state barge of the City of London on the Thames at Windsor Castle. The small area of central London known as the City was regulated and represented by the Lord Mayor and Corporation of London. This is probably the Lord Mayor's barge, being larger than the 12-oar barges owned by many of London's Livery companies. The Lord Mayor's barge was traditionally covered with a blue canopy for civic occasions and red for royal occasions. As road transport was so poor, the quickest way to travel from the City to Windsor was by river.
London Collage: p7513197 (uncoloured). In the British Library (uncoloured) online catalogue. In the Royal Collection Trust: RCIN 700163 (uncoloured).
[Ref: 52396]   £420.00  
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View from Clifton Down.
View from Clifton Down.
[London, Published May 1 1810.]
Fine & rare coloured aquatint. Sheet 375 x 475mm (14¾ x 18¾").
Two figures riding horses on grassland; a ships on a body of water to the left; a house with a smoking chimney and a horse and carriage to the right.
In the British Library online catalogue: BLL01004821562.
[Ref: 52393]   £320.00  
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Plan of the Fossdyke Navigation from Lincoln to the Trent. 1826.
Plan of the Fossdyke Navigation from Lincoln to the Trent. 1826.
Drawn by J. Sandby Padley.
Published by J.W. Drury, Post Office, Lincoln.
Lithographic map with hand colour. Printed area 180 x 310mm (7 x 12¼"), with large margins. Original binding folds.
A plan of the Foss Dyke, believed to have been originally constructed by the Romans c. AD 120, and so probably the oldest canal in England still in use. James Sandby Padley (1792-1881), County Surveyor for the Lindsey portion of Lincolnshire from 1825 to 1881.
[Ref: 52824]   £120.00  
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A View of the High Torr, Matlock.
A View of the High Torr, Matlock. Plate 1.st.
I. Brewer [John James Brewer] pinx. T. Cartwright sculp.
Published by R. Moseley & I. Brewer, Derby, Nov. r. 1, 1808.
Extremely rare aquatint. 645 x 510mm (25½ x 20"), on Whatman paper. Some creasing in margins.
View of the High Tor near Matlock in Derbyshire.
[Ref: 52192]   £320.00  
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An Hindoo Temple erected in Melchet Park, in the County of Wilts.
An Hindoo Temple erected in Melchet Park, in the County of Wilts.
Drawn & Engraved by W.m Daniell.
[n.d. c.1802.]
Extremely rare hand-coloured aquatint. 356 x 464mm (14 x 18¼"). Some creasing.
View of an Indian temple at left, built on a hill, surrounded by trees and shrubs on three sides, with an elegantly dressed man and woman standing near the porch, the man pointing at the building.
[Ref: 52448]   £1,250.00  
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A Prospect of Newark from Hawton Way.
A Prospect of Newark from Hawton Way.
R: Hall delin: W: Hollar sculp: 1676.
Etching. Sheet 150 x 295mm. (6 x 11½"). Trimmed to plate and laid on album paper with five other etchings.
Prospect of Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, etched by Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77) for Thoroton's ''Nottinghamshire''. The other prints include a view of Francis Bacon's Tomb by Hollar (Pennington 2273, state iv of v, c.1740), and four small Dutch portrait.
Pennington: 1047.
[Ref: 52268]   £360.00  
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New Map of the University and City of Oxford.
New Map of the University and City of Oxford.
[after Barak Longmate.]
Engraved for the Walks in Oxford, published by R. Pearson, High Street, 1817.
Rare engraved map. Sheet 410 x 470mm (16 x 18½"). Folded as issued, a few splits and tears.
A close copy of Barak Longmate's map of 1773, apparently not updated.
[Ref: 52699]   £450.00  
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[Plymouth] To the Subscribers at Lloyds,
[Plymouth] To the Subscribers at Lloyds, This Plate, from an original Painting by W.J. Huggins, representing the disasterous situation of 23 sail of Merchantmen, in Deadman's Bay, and Carwater, Plymouth, as they actually appeared on the third day after the tremendous Gale of the 23rd Nov.r 1824, Is most respectfully dedicated, by their most Obedient Servent, Capt.n James Shepherd.
Painted by W.J. Huggins. Engraved by J. Bluck.
Published Nov.r 1825, by W.J. Huggins, Marine Painter, Printseller & Publisher, 105, Leadenhall Street.
Aquatint, printed in colours and hand-finished. 465 x 810mm (18¼ x 32"). Trimmed to the plate at the sides and the left hand side has two repaired tears including a small amount of loss, some toning of the paper.
Extremely rare and very large aquatint of the aftermath of the Great Storm of 1824, when hurricane force winds struck the south west coast of England. Besides wrecking the ships seen here, it also smashed the Plymouth breakwater, removing 200,000 tons of stone.
[Ref: 51403]   £950.00  
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[Powderham Castle] To S.r William Courtenay Bar.t, Knight of the Shire of Devon
[Powderham Castle] To S.r William Courtenay Bar.t, Knight of the Shire of Devon This South East View of Powderham Castle near Exeter is most humbly Inscrib'd by His very Obedient Serv.ts Sam:l & Nath:l Bucks.
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck delin. et sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament April 15th 1745. No I Middle Temple London.
Rare engraving. 380 x 590mm (15 x 23¼"). Trimmed within plate left and top left for binding in a scrapbook, folded at centre.
A view of Powderham Castle from the Ex, prior to the alterations by James Wyatt in the 1790s.
[Ref: 52626]   £420.00  
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South View of the Pyramids or Devils Arrows at Boroughbridge.
South View of the Pyramids or Devils Arrows at Boroughbridge.
Published as the Act Directs March 23 1798 by J. Flintoff Boroughbridge.
Very scarce and fine aquatint. Plate 235 x 295mm (9¼ x 11½") with very wide margins.
View of 'The Devil's Arrows', standing stones found in Boroughbridge, a small settlement in the parish of Aldborough. The National Gazetteer of England and Wales 1868 reported: "Near Boroughbridge are three obelisks roughly shapen of ragstone, about whose origin and character antiquarians are not agreed. They are locally named the Devil's Arrows or Bolts, and by different authorities have been assigned to a British, a Roman and a Celtic origin." There may originally have been even more standing stones here.
In the Online Catalogue for the British Library.
[Ref: 52418]   £320.00  
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[Old Sunderland.]
[Old Sunderland.]
[by Thomas Marie Madawaska Hemy.]
Published by Hills & Co, Printsellers, Sunderland, Nov.r 1st 1888.
Scarce etching. 430 x 560mm (17 x 22") with wide margins. Limited edition 85, Artists Proof 35, Before Letters 50; Printsellers' Association blindstamp.
An extremely rare view of the River Wear at Ettrick's Quay, Sunderland, half-a-century before it was cleared for the creation of Corporation Quay (1932). The original painting by Hemy (1850-1937) is in the Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums.
[Ref: 51970]   £420.00  
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The North Prospect of Worksop Mannor, in the County of Nottingham,
The North Prospect of Worksop Mannor, in the County of Nottingham, one of the Seats of the Most Noble Edward Duke of Norfolk... [&] To the Most Noble Edward Duke of Norfolk [...] This South Prospect of Worksop Mannor...
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck delin. et sculp.t.
publish'd according to Act of Parliam.t July 2nd 1745. No I Garden Court Middle-Temple, London.
Pair of rare engravings. Each c.390 x 600mm (15½ x 23½"). Both trimmed within plate on right and close to plate right bottom, tears through titles repaired.
Worksop Manor, built in the 1580s for the 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, probably designed by Robert Smythson, burnt down in 1761.
[Ref: 52839]   £850.00   view all images for this item
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[Bootham Bar.]
[Bootham Bar.]
Albany E. Howarth. [signed in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1910.]
Etching. 380 x 305mm (15 x 12") with wide margins.
The gatehouse in York's city walls at Bootham. By Albany E. Howarth (1872-1936).
[Ref: 52145]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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