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North View of Bayon Manor Lincolnshire.
North View of Bayon Manor Lincolnshire. The Seat of the Right Hon.ble Charles Tennyson D'Eyncourt. M.p.
Ellen d'Eyncourt del. Hullmandel & Walton lithographers.
[n.d., c.1840].
Tinted lithograph. Rare. Sheet size: 380 x 560mm (15 x 22"). Foxed.
A landscape view of Bayons Manor in Tealby, Lincolnshire, a fine example of a Victorian stately home in the style of a moated castle, as seen in the centre. The Manor was once owned by Charles Tennyson, later Tennyson d'Eyncourt, the uncle of Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
[Ref: 33507]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Boston, Lincolnshire.
Boston, Lincolnshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by Mess.rs Longman, & Co. Paternoster Row, & W. Daniell, 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London. July, 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Large margins, uncut.
A view of Boston from the harbour, with a pier in the foreground and boats moored nearby. St. Botolph's Church can be seen at the centre in the background. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 37609]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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The West Prospect of Boston Steeple and Church.
The West Prospect of Boston Steeple and Church.
W. Stennit jun. delin 1715.
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer Map & Printseller No. 53 Fleet Street. [n.d., c.1760.]
Engraving. 570 x 320mm (22½ x 12½"). Trimmed to plate lower left for binding, folds and tears. Damaged.
A view of St Botolph's Church, which boasts one of the tallest Medieval towers in the country. William Stennett, a merchant and antiquary, made many drawings of English buildings, many of which were engraved by George Vertue of the Society of Antiquaries. It is likely that this print is a re-issue of one of these.
[Ref: 53100]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Burleigh House. The Earl of Exeters.
Burleigh House. The Earl of Exeters.
[London: John Smith, c.1724.]
Engraving. Sheet 400 x 565mm (15¾ x 22¼"). Trimmed to printed border and backed on thick paper. Crease in centre.
Burghley House, built for Elizabeth I's Lord High Treasurer Sir William Cecil near Stamford in Lincolnshire.
[Ref: 45234]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Croyland Abby.
Croyland Abby. This was a most magnificent mitred Abby of Benedictines founded Ethelbald King of the Mercians about the Year 716 dedicated to St.Guthlake and St.Bartholomew.
W.Williams Delin et Fecit Aq'fort.
[n.d., c. 1800].
Etching with large margins, very scarce. Platemark: 355 x 250mm. (14 x 9¾"). Small tears to lower and left edges of sheet. Glued to verso are articles from 'Antiquities found in Lincolnshire', including 'an account of an ancient shrine, formerly belonging to the Abbey of Croyalnd'.
A view from the south-west of the ruined west front and nave of the Medieval Abbey Church. Three figures climb over a wall in the left foreground. A short history of the abbey is inscribed below the print.
[Ref: 31604]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Croyland Bridge Lincolnshire.
Croyland Bridge Lincolnshire.
W. Stukely f. 1721 & Jonathan Sisson Mathematico, conterraneo suo amiciticæ pignus offert.
Etching. 190 x 300mm (7½ x 11¾")., very large margins.
A view of Trinity Bridge, the unique three-legged footbridge built c. 1390 over the river Welland and a tributary. Both rivers are now diverted, leaving the bridge high and dry. It was drawn by Jonathan Sisson from a sketch by antiquarian William Stukley and published in the 'Itinerarium curiosum'.
[Ref: 51302]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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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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The South Prospect of Hather Thorpe in Lincolnshire. One of the Seats of Sir Michael Newton Baronet and Knight of the Hon:ble Order of the Bath. To whom this Plate is humbly inscrib'd by his Obedients Servants, Tho: Badeslade & Will.m Henry Toms.
The South Prospect of Hather Thorpe in Lincolnshire. One of the Seats of Sir Michael Newton Baronet and Knight of the Hon:ble Order of the Bath. To whom this Plate is humbly inscrib'd by his Obedients Servants, Tho: Badeslade & Will.m Henry Toms. 81.
T: Badeslade delin. WHToms sculp.
Publish'd July 30th. 1750, by the Proprietor WH Toms Engraver at the Golden Head over ag.st Surgeons Hall, near Ludgate Hill.
Engraving with very large margins, paper watermarked. Plate 439 x 596mm (14¼ x 23½"). Centre fold as normal; crease top right.
Culverthorpe Hall, the grade II listed estate, farm, park and lake in Lincolnshire. It was constructed in 1679 with later additions. From "A Collection of One Hundred Views In England and Wales". John Boydell's 'Collection of Views' was made after he turned from engraver to print publisher in 1767. The first collection was issued in 1770, and included some plates by printmakers other than himself.
[Ref: 29407]   £480.00  
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The Iodine Spa, Woodhall, near Horncastle, in Lincolnshire.
The Iodine Spa, Woodhall, near Horncastle, in Lincolnshire.
T. Picken, lith.
Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen [c.1835]
Rare lithograph with tintstone, sheet 170 x 295mm (6¾ x 11½").
Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire, soon after the mineral spring was discovered there. The Lord of the Manor, Thomas Hotchkin, spent a great deal of money building the Victoria Hotel and the Spa Baths shown here. The hotel burnt down in 1920 while the Spa Baths closed when the well collapsed in 1983. Also shown in the print is the church and the Great Northern Railway running nearby. No doubt this print was made to publicise the new developments in Woodhall.
[Ref: 41665]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Advert.] In the Press, To be ready for delivery on the 1st of March, 1819, an Illustration of the Architecture and Sculpture of the Cathedral of Lincoln, Consisting of Sixteen Plates...
[Advert.] In the Press, To be ready for delivery on the 1st of March, 1819, an Illustration of the Architecture and Sculpture of the Cathedral of Lincoln, Consisting of Sixteen Plates...
From Drawings by C. Wild.
Henry Sawyer, Engraver and Printer, Dean Street Soho. [1819.]
Letterpress advert. Sheet: 210 x 135mm (8¼ x 5¼'').
An advert for a series of prints after C. Wild of Lincoln Cathedral, the advert lists the engravers, various prices. The series 'consist of a Geometrical Plan, and Longitudal Section; various Elevations and Details; exterior and interiors Views; and Selections from the Sculpture'.
[Ref: 48120]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Louth] To the Worshipful the Warden and Assistants of the Corporation of Louth,
[Louth] To the Worshipful the Warden and Assistants of the Corporation of Louth, This North West View of the Town of Louth is Inscribed By their obliged humble Serv.ts Tho.s Espin and Bart.w Howlett.
Drawn by Thomas Espin. Engraved by B. Howlett.
Publish'd as the Act directs April 17th [1793?] by John Jackson Lincolnshire.
Scarce etching. Sheet 430 x 585mm (17 x 23"). Trimmed within plate, some surface wear including loss of date, repairs left top corner.
A view of Louth, Lincolnshire, with workers harvesting hay in the fireground and a windmill on the far horizon. Thomas Espin (1767-1822) was an amateur artist who ran a 'Mathematical, Architectural, Nautical and Commercial Academy' in Louth. This plate was first published by the engraver, Bartholomew Howlett, in London, 1793; this example was issued by local Louth publisher John Jackson who operated until at least 1811.
See BM 1870,0514.2877 for earlier version.
[Ref: 51233]   £320.00  
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Louth Market Place.
Louth Market Place.
On Stone by T.W. Wallis, Louth.
Printed by W. Monkhouse, York.
Rare lithograph. 250 x 390mm (15¼ x 11½"). Foxing around image and in title area.
The market place in Louth, Lincolnshire.
[Ref: 8794]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Inteior of the Gentleman's Society Room.
Inteior of the Gentleman's Society Room.
[1851.]
Rare lithograph. 229 x 299mm (9 x 11¾"). Some scuffing and rubbing.
View of room used by the Spalding Gentlemen's Society, one of the oldest learned societies in the kingdom and the earliest provincial association for the encouragement of antiquarianism. It was founded by Maurice Johnson (1688-1755), "The Antiquary", of Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding. The founder, Maurice Johnson, also played a leading part in refounding the Society of Antiquaries of London, and for some years an exchange of minutes took place. Francis, Duke of Buccleuch (1695-1751), Lord of the Manor of Spalding-cum-Membris, became Patron of the Society in 1732. From William Moore "The Gentleman's Society at Spalding: Its Origin and Progress", 1851.
[Ref: 28453]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Views of Stamford.
Views of Stamford.
Published by Rock & Co. London. [c.1860.]
Attractive souvenir booklet of six steel engraved views, oblong 12mo, stitched into original printed card wrappers; embossed upper cover. Binding chipped; half of back cover lacking. Pencil scribblings to verso of plates.
No text save captions; all plates numbered and dated.
[Ref: 18570]   £60.00   view all images for this item
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Views of Stamford.
Views of Stamford.
Published by Rock & Co. London. [c.1860.]
Attractive souvenir booklet of six steel engraved views, oblong 12mo, stitched into original printed card wrappers; embossed upper cover. Binding scuffed and rubbed; back cover creased.
No text save captions; all plates numbered and dated.
[Ref: 18571]   £90.00   view all images for this item
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Tattershall Castle [ms.]
Tattershall Castle [ms.]
T. Girtin [ms]
Etching and aquatint with hand-colouring and large margins, J. Whatman 1816 watermark; platemark 215 x 305mm (8½ x 12"). Proof, before printed text 'Tattershall Castle- Lincolnshire. / From an original drawing in the possession of Wm. Brand Esq. of Boston. Nov 1 1812'.
Plate from John Hassell's 'Aqua Pictura. Illustrated by a series of original specimens from the works of...all the most approved modern water coloured draftsmen...' (1813). This volume was an ambitious project containing fifteen plates, each in four states, to illustrate the development of a watercolour from initial drawing to completed work. This print, finished with hand-colouring, replicates the original watercolour by Thomas Girtin. Girtin had died several years previously, but had drawn Tattershall Castle as the basis for an engraving in a series of views in Lincoln, in 1799. The engraver and publisher John Hassell (1767-1825) was also a drawing master, and like several other of his books, 'Aqua Pictura' was designed for educational purposes.
Abbey Life 140.10
[Ref: 34508]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Gatehouse belonging to Thornton Abby near Barton upon Humber in Lincoln Shire
A View of the Gatehouse belonging to Thornton Abby near Barton upon Humber in Lincoln Shire Founded by William Crassus Earl of Albermarle in 1139. Drawn in 1727.
Millecent delin. E. Kirkall sculp.
[n.d., c.1745.]
Rare copper engraving, 310 x 415mm. 12¼ x 16¼". A fine impression with very large margins.
Thornton Abbey was founded as a priory in 1139 close to the small North Lincolnshire village of Thornton Curtis by William le Gros, the Earl of Yorkshire, and raised to the status of Abbey in 1148. It was a house for Augustinian or black canons. The Abbey's enormous and ornate fortified gatehouse is the largest and amongst the finest in England.
[Ref: 16364]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The paternal House of S.r Isaac Newton in which He was bornthe 25th. Day of Dec.r 1642 at Woolsthorpe Lincolnshire.
The paternal House of S.r Isaac Newton in which He was bornthe 25th. Day of Dec.r 1642 at Woolsthorpe Lincolnshire. Here Newton dawn'd, here loftly Wisdom woke...
T. Tinkler del. 1772. S. Sparrow sculp.
Engraving. Plate: 155 x 185mm (6 x 7¼''). Small margins.
A view of the yeoman's farmstead of Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire where Isaac Newton (1642-1726) was born.
[Ref: 49889]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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