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A View of the Ruins of Risesing Castle in Norfolk (with a Prospect of Lynn Deeps) built about the time of Wm. the Conqueror & was the Seat of ye Albanies
A View of the Ruins of Risesing Castle in Norfolk (with a Prospect of Lynn Deeps) built about the time of Wm. the Conqueror & was the Seat of ye Albanies Earls of Arundel till about the twenty seventh of Hen. ye 3d. in those days reputed a place of great Strength.
Millecent delin. E. Kirkall sculp.
[n.d., c.1745.]
Rare copper engraving, 290 x 460mm. 11½ x 18". Spotting to left margin, tatty extremities; full margins.
Castle Rising is a ruined castle situated in the village of Castle Rising in Norfolk. It was built in about 1138 by William d'Albini, 1st Earl of Arundel, who also owned Arundel Castle. Much of its square keep, surrounded by a defensive mount, is intact, and it is now in the care of English Heritage.
[Ref: 16868]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Costessey Hall, Norfolk.
Costessey Hall, Norfolk. The Seat of the Right Hon.ble Lord Stafford.
Published by Josiah Fletcher, Norwich. Newman & Co, Litho 48 Watling St, London.
Rare lithograph with tintstone, sheet 275 x 415mm (10¾ x 16¼") large margins. Bit dusty. Crease on left.
Fine lithograph of Costessey Hall, near Norwich in Norfolk, following radical alterations by J.C. Buckler from 1826-36 in the Gothic style. Requisitioned by the War Office during World War I, the house was badly damaged, and demolished in 1925.
[Ref: 40376]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Earlham [old ink mss. on album sheet.]
Earlham [old ink mss. on album sheet.]
[n.d., c.1880.]
Photograph. 140 x 195mm (5½ x 7¾"). Mounted on album paper.
Earlham Hall. built 1642, childhood home of Elizabeth Fry (née Gurney, 1780-1845), the Quaker prison reformer. In 1963 Earlham Hall became the home of the new University of East Anglia and now houses the UEA Law School.
[Ref: 50189]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of St Edmund's Chapel, in the Church of East Dereham, Containing the Grave of William Cowper Esq
A View of St Edmund's Chapel, in the Church of East Dereham, Containing the Grave of William Cowper Esq
Francis Stone del. / W. Blake sculp
Publish'd by J. Johnson St Pauls 25 March 1804
Engraving, sheet 280 x 220mm (11 x 8½"). Paper watermarked 1803;
The tomb of the poet William Cowper (1731-1800) in East Dereham, Norfolk, with memorial inscription by William Hayley. This print was the frontispiece to the third volume of Hayley's Life of Cowper, engraved by William Blake. Hayley was a patron of Blake and employed him to provide a series of engravings for this project.
[Ref: 31331]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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A Sketch of the Monument Erected in the Church of East Dereham in Norfolk in Memory of William Cowper Es.re
A Sketch of the Monument Erected in the Church of East Dereham in Norfolk in Memory of William Cowper Es.re
Etch'd by W Blake from the original Model by John Flaxman Esq Sculptor to his Majesty
Publish'd by J. Johnson St Pauls 25 March 1804
Engraving, sheet 280 x 220mm (11 x 8½"). Paper watermarked John Hayes 1803.
Memorial inscription on the tomb of the poet William Cowper (1731-1800) in East Dereham, Norfolk, writen by William Hayley. This print was published as an illustration to the third volume of Hayley's Life of Cowper, engraved by William Blake. Hayley was a patron of Blake and employed him to provide a series of engravings for this project.
[Ref: 31332]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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The South-West Prospect of Yarmouth, in the County of Norfolk.
The South-West Prospect of Yarmouth, in the County of Norfolk.
Sam.l and Nath.l Buck delin. et Sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Jan.y 7th 1741. Garden Court, No 1. Middle Temple, London.
Engraving. Sheet 305 x 800mm (12 x 31½"). Trimmed within plate, affecting armorial, inscription rubbed, tears in edges, creases, three horizontal folds, folded onto album sheet.
A detailed view of Great Yarmouth, with a descriptive text below and a key to the right, indicating various landmarks and buildings. One of two plates depicting Norwich from the series 'Buck's Perspective Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales', before the addition of a plate number top right.
[Ref: 42262]   £320.00  
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[Great Yarmouth] Signal Post Yarmouth. [&] Theatre Yarmouth.
[Great Yarmouth] Signal Post Yarmouth. [&] Theatre Yarmouth.
W.S. Newman Del.t.
[Theatre only] Published Sep.t 1st 1801.
Pair of scarce etchings. Sheets 160 x 125mm (6¼ x 5"). Trimmed within plate, laid on album paper.
Two sketches of Great Yarmouth: a semaphore signalling post and the Georgian theatre.
[Ref: 45193]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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N.W. View of Yarmouth Jetty.
N.W. View of Yarmouth Jetty.
W. Joy fec. Drawn on Stone & Litho.d by J.M. Johnson, Norwich.
Published by C. Sloman, King St. [n.d., c.1850.]
Rare lithograph. Sheet: 190 x 275mm (7½ x 10¾").
A view of the jetty at Great Yarmouth showing the unloading and loading of various ships, after William Joy (1803-67).
[Ref: 47384]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Market Place, Yarmouth.
Market Place, Yarmouth.
Publihsed by S.N. Purdy, Yarmouth.
Tinted lithograph. Printed area 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Large margins. Paper soiled, tear in right margin.
The main square of Great Yarmouth. On the right is Fish Stall House, a public house which, in September 1852, became the only house in Great Yarmouth to be reprimanded by magistrates for misconduct. Located at number 49, it was demolished in 1972.
[Ref: 37895]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Internal View of St. Nicholas' Chapel, Lynn.]
[Internal View of St. Nicholas' Chapel, Lynn.]
F. Goodwin del.t G. Hawkins. Aquatint.
[n.d. c.1820.]
A scarce aquatint. Plate 503 x 400mm. 19¾ x 15¾". Crease outside plate to lower left-hand corner.
Francis Goodwin (1784-1835) was an English architect, best known for his many provincial churches in the Gothic revival style, civic buildings such as the first Manchester Town Hall and the Macclesfield Town Hall, plus country houses such as Lissadell House, County Sligo. Born at King's Lynn, Norfolk, a pupil of J Coxedge of Kensington and later a pupil or assistant of John Walters. He exhibited in the Royal Academy on 1806 an 'Internal View of St Nicholas' Chapel, Lynn'.
[Ref: 18913]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[St Margaret's Church, King's Lynn, Norfolk(?)]
[St Margaret's Church, King's Lynn, Norfolk(?)]
[Anon., British, n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph, image 240 x 385mm. 9½ x 15¼". A good impression with margins.
The nave of a church with a round window at one end; with a man and a woman inside.
[Ref: 26250]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The South West View of Melton Constable in the County of Norfolk,
The South West View of Melton Constable in the County of Norfolk, the Seat of S.r Jacob Astley, Bart:t, is humbly Inscrib'd by His Oblig'd Serv:ts Sam:l & Nath:l Buck.
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck delin. et sculp.t August 1741. No I Garden Court Middle Temple.
Engraving, 380 x 600mm (15 x 23½"). Split in fold, creases.
Melton Constable Hall, built 1664-70, now grade 1 listed. The Park was landscaped by Capability Brown in 1764-9.
[Ref: 49823]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Plan of the Gardens and Plantations of Narford in the County of Norfolk, the Seat of the Honourable Sr. Andrew Fountain Vice Chamberlain to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. &c.
Plan of the Gardens and Plantations of Narford in the County of Norfolk, the Seat of the Honourable Sr. Andrew Fountain Vice Chamberlain to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. &c. Les Jardins &c de Narford dans l' Comte' de Norfolk Maison de Sr. Andrew Fountain. p: 95. Vol: 3.d
Ca: Campbell del: H: Hulsbergh Sculp:
[n.d. c.1731.]
Engraving. Plate 375 x 247mm. 14¾ x 9¾".
Garden plan from Henry Hulsbergh's "Vitruvius Brittanicus" series. Sir Andrew Fountaine (1676-1753) bought Narford Hall in Norfolk in 1690. He was an amateur architect and designer who commissioned Henry Bell to over see a grand project. Being a follower of Lord Burlington is is said that Burlington gave to Fountaine the Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini designed inset canvases on hallway walls. Narford is noted for its monkey ceiling, painted by Andien de Clermont, 1739-40. Fountaine was made vice-chamberlain by Queen Caroline, consort of Geroge II, and tutor to her third son, William August.
[Ref: 18011]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A Norfolk Pastoral [pencil, lower margin.]
A Norfolk Pastoral [pencil, lower margin.]
A. Talmage [pencil signature.] ['AT' monogram etched in plate.]
[British, n.d., c.1930.]
Etching, wove paper, 165 x 165mm. 6½ x 6½". Wide margins.
Fine East Anglian landscape, with cattle. Algernon Talmage (British, 1871-1939), elected RA 1929.
[Ref: 26706]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Norwich.
View of Norwich.
Published by Charles Muskett, Norwich, 1849.
Etching on india. 100 x 160mm, 4 x 6". India lifting, Tear in margin.
[Ref: 11654]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Norwich] A View of Bishops Bridge from the Ferry. [&] A View of the Cathedral from Hardys Grove.
[Norwich] A View of Bishops Bridge from the Ferry. [&] A View of the Cathedral from Hardys Grove.
R. Ladbrooke delin. S. Alken Jun.r fecit.
Norwich Published by R. Ladbrooke Jan.y 1st 1806.
Pair of rare aquatints. Plate 360 x 480mm (14¼ x 19"), with large margins, & sheet 360 x 485mm (14¼ x 19"). 'Hardy's Grove' trimmed within plate, repairs off image on left.
Two views of Norwich. Bishop Bridge from the banks of the River Wensum, built in 1340 and stlll in use, making it one of the oldest active bridges in England. Also a view looking down on Norwich Cathedral from a field above the city. Robert Ladbrooke (1768-1842), a painter and drawing master at Norwich, founded the Norwich Society of Artists in 1803 with John Crome and James Sillett.
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Norwich Castle.
Norwich Castle. South Front in Length 95 feet, West Front in Length 90 feet, Height to top of Battlement 69 feet [...]
Drawn by D. Hodgson. On Stone by M. Gauci.
Published by John Stacy, Old Haymarket Norwich & Charles Tilt, 86 Fleet Street London. Printed by Graf & Soret [c/1840]
Lithograph, printed area 235 x 270mm (9¼ x 10½") very large margins. Uncut.
Busy view of Norwich Castle, with horse-and-carts in foreground. Lithograph after a drawing by David Hodgson (1798-1864), Norwich printmaker and painter of architecture and landscapes.
[Ref: 45865]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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The Great Hall of the Polytechnic Exhibition, Norwich.
The Great Hall of the Polytechnic Exhibition, Norwich. Subscribers Proof.
Norwich: Published January 21, 1841, by Joseph Dallinger Sen.r Engraver, &c. 16, Davey Place.
Engraving on india, rare, platemark 260 x 310mm (10¼ x 12¼"). Very large margins.
View of the central gallery of the 1840 Polytechnic Exhibition in Norwich, including machinery (the publisher of this print Joseph Dallinger is represented), flags, and miniature trains and boats.
[Ref: 45866]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Norwich Market.
Norwich Market.
Published by Charles Muskett, Norwich, 1849.
Etching. 100 x 160mm, 4 x 6".
[Ref: 11655]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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The North East Side of ye Sign of ye White Hart at Schoale Inn in Norfolk, built in the year 1655 by James Peck, a Merchant of Norwich, which cost 1057l., hum:bly Dedicated to James Betts Gen:t by his most Obed:t Serv:t Harwin Martin.
The North East Side of ye Sign of ye White Hart at Schoale Inn in Norfolk, built in the year 1655 by James Peck, a Merchant of Norwich, which cost 1057l., hum:bly Dedicated to James Betts Gen:t by his most Obed:t Serv:t Harwin Martin. 1. Jonah coming out of the Fishes Mouth. 2. A Lion supporting the Arms of Great Yarmouth. 3. A Bacchus. 4. The Arms of Lindley. 5. The Arms of Hobart, now Lord Hobart. 6. A Shepherd playing on his Pipe. 7. An Angel supporting the Arms of Mr. Peck's Lady. 8. An Angel supporting the Arms of Mr. Peck. 9. A White Hart, with this Motto (this is the one which 'hangs down carved in a stately wreath')--'Implentur veteris Bacchi pinguisque ferinæ Anno Dom 1655.' 10. The Arms of the late Earl of Yarmouth. 11. The Arms of the Duke of Norfolk. 12. Neptune on a Dolphin. 13. A Lion supporting the Arms of Norwich. 14. Charon carrying a reputed Witch to Hell. 15. Cerberus. 16. An Huntsman. 17. Actæon [with three dogs, and this legend, 'Actæon ego sum Dominum cognoscite vestrum']. 18. A White Hart couchant [underneath appears in the engraving the artist's name--Johannes Fairchild struxit]. 19. Prudence. 20. Fortitude. 21. Temperance. 22. Justice. 23. Diana [with two greyhounds, one of whom is chasing a hare]. 24. Time devouring an Infant [with the legend, 'Tempus edax rerum,' below]. 25. An Astronomer, who is seated on a Circumferenter, and by some Chymical Preparation is so Affected that in the fine Weather he faces that Quarter from whence it is about to come. [&] Schoale Inn.
Joshua Kirby Delin.t Jn.o Fessey Sculp.
Publish'd accroding to Act of Parliament May the 1.st 1740 [&] Publish'd by H. Martin according to act of Parliament May 1. 1740.
A pair of engravings, rare. Image area 478 x 559mm. 18¾ x 22". Some tears and foxing. Laid on thick board.
The Scole Inn, Norfolk, once called the White Hart, was built in 1655 to serve this coaching traffic, its massive sign at one time spanning the road outside. Charles II slept at the inn, (was the man never at home?) as did Nelson, and highwayman John Belcher is said to have ridden his horse up the stairs at the inn to evade the law. On both sides of the first engraving, but distinct from the sign, are seven coats of arms. Those on the right hand are: 1. Earl of Yarmouth. 2. Cornwallis impaling 1st and 4th Buckton, 2nd Unknown, 3rd Teye. 3. Castleton. 4. Unknown. 5. Mrs. Peck [these arms are wrongly blazoned by Blomefield; they are _gules_ a fesse _argent_, between, in chief, two crescents, and in base, a lion _passant guardant_ of the same]. 6. Great Yarmouth. 7. Unknown. The arms on the opposite side are: 1. Duke of Norfolk. 2. Hobart. 3. Bacon. 4. Thurston. 5. Mr. Peck impaling his wife [his arms, too, are wrongly blazoned; they should be--Or, on a chevron engrailed gules three crosslets pattee argent]. 6. Lindley. 7. Norwich.
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S.t Andrew's Hall, Norwich.
S.t Andrew's Hall, Norwich. (Built by Sir Thomas Erpingham, Kn.t in 1428.) In which are held the Mayor's Annual Feast, Musical Festival & Public Meetings.
Drawn by D. Hodgson. Day & Haghe, lithog.rs to the King Gate St.
Pub.d by Charles Muskett, Bookseller &c. Corner of Bridewell Alley, Norwich & Co Tilt, Fleet S.t London.
Lithograph. Sheet: 220 x 305mm, (8¾ x 12"). Trimmed. Tears in edges.
An interior view of the fifteenth century hall attached to the fourteenth century friary in Norwich.
[Ref: 40782]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Stanfield Hall, The Seat of the late Mr. Jermy. Who was Assassinated November 28th. 1848.
Stanfield Hall, The Seat of the late Mr. Jermy. Who was Assassinated November 28th. 1848. [On verso in ink:] Charles William Bing 1849 - Stanfield Hall_
J.T. Wood. Holywell Sc.
[n.d. c.1880.]
Engraving. 115 x 146mm. 4½ x 5¾".
Stanfield Hall, Norfolk was the home of Isaac Jermy, Esq, who on the night of November 28th, 1848, stepped outside to smoke, unaware of a strange figure hiding in the bushes. The air was then filled with two shots, whereby he fell to the ground, mortally wounded. The others rushed out of the dining room, and with three more shots, Isaac's son, wife, and a servant fell to the ground. One of the other servants later recognised the murderer as James Blomfield Rush, the family's bailiff. Rush had reneged on previous loans and agreements with Isaac and now his major debt was due for repayment on 30 November, two days after the murders took place. Blomfield was hung for his crime on 21 April 1849.
[Ref: 16839]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Stanfield Hall, The Seat of the late Mr. Jermy.
Stanfield Hall, The Seat of the late Mr. Jermy. Who was Assassinated November 28th 1848.
J.T. Wood. Holywell sc.
[n.d., c.1849.]
Engraving. Sheet: 110 x 145mm (4¼ x 5¾''). Paper tone.
A view of Stanfield Hall, Norwich where Isaac Jermy and his son Isaac Jermy Jermy were shot and killed in their porch by their delinquant tenant farmer James Bloomfield Rush. Rush had mortgaged and re-mortgaged his farm several times and with time running up and he hadn't raised the funds to repay the loans, facing eviction he came up with a plan to try and defraud the Jermy's of their property and lives. He was hanged in Norwich Castle in 1849.
[Ref: 49900]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Wantorton Thwart Lights.
Wantorton Thwart Lights.
Engraved by W.H. Timms.
Published by C. Richards. [n.d., c.1820.]
Coloured aquatint, very rare. 190 x 255mm (7½ x 10"). Tear in margin.
A view looking past coastal shipping to the 'Thwart Lights', a pair of lighthouses guarding the dunes off Wintertonness, Winterton, Norfolk. The area had had a lighthouse since before 1618.
[Ref: 32202]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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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...
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.
Rare engraving. 390 x 600mm (15½ x 23½"), with large margins. Repaired tear entering plate on left, edges scrappy.
Worksop Manor, built in the 1580s for the 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, probably designed by Robert Smythson, burnt down in 1761.
[Ref: 49824]   £380.00  
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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.
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The South-West Prospect of Yarmouth, in the County of Norfolk.
The South-West Prospect of Yarmouth, in the County of Norfolk.
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck delin. et sculp. Publish'd according to Act of Parliament January 7th 1741 Garden Court No.1 Middle Temple, London.
Engravings. Plate: 305 x 805mm (12 x 31¾"). Central fold as issued, old ink mss. plate number. Slight offsetting in title at top. Small margins.
A detailed prospect of Yarmouth showing the docks, with a descriptive text below and a key to the right. From the series 'Buck's Perspective Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales'; an early printing, before the addition of a plate number top right.
[Ref: 48347]   £420.00  
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Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Painted by John Constable R.A. Engraved by David Lucas.
London, Published by Mr Constable, 35 Charlotte S.t Fitzroy Square 1832.
Mezzotint. Plate: 255 x 190mm (10 x 7½"), with very large margins. Foxing in margins.
A view of the jetty in Yarmouth after an oil painting by Constable, now housed in the Tate. From about 1829 Constable and Lucas worked together on a series of mezzotints after sketches and paintings by Constable called 'Various Subjects of Landscape...' published in parts between 1830 and 1832. In 1843 Charles Robert Leslie published his 'Memoirs of John Constable Esq. R.A'. He obtained directly from the Constable family 186 sets of 22 images of the Various Subjects of Landscape in return for 30 copies of his book. This mezzotint is one of those; "see Tate John Constable, David Lucas".
Wedmore 10. Shirley: 18. Osbert Barnard: II of V.
[Ref: 44377]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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