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An Advantageous Concern.
An Advantageous Concern.
[n.d. c.1813.]
Letter press and engraving; three pages, 8vo. 172 x 140mm (6¾ x 5½"). Laid on album sheet left side.
Joseph Hamilton here lays out his patents and brick designs that have air holes for both oblong and triangular bricks. References below from "Nineteenth Century Brickmaking Innovations in Britain: Building and Technological Change" by Kathleen Ann Watt, 1990. 'Machinery capable of extruding hollow tubes was patented as early as 1810 by Johann Deyerlein (British Patent No.3319), further developed by Yoseph Hamilton in 1813 (British Patent No.3685)'. 'Use of a screw to provide continuous pressure on the contents of the hopper which allowed an uninterrupted flow of clay into the moulds (British Patent No.3685, 1813, Joseph Hamilton)'.
[Ref: 52420]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Bristol Daily Post. Second Edition. Wednesday, December 10, 9.45 a.m.
Bristol Daily Post. Second Edition. Wednesday, December 10, 9.45 a.m. The Latest News from America. - Arrival of the ''Etna''.
[Bristol, 1862.]
Letterpress broadside. Sheet 460 x 105mm (18 x 4¼"). Folded horizontally.
A news sheet, noting the arrival of the screw steamship Etna, but mostly concerned with events of the second year of the American Civil War, including: a failed Confederate attempt to retake New Bern, North Carolina, on November 25th; Union general Ambrose Burnside's movements in the week before Fredericksburg, December 11-15th; and the pursuit of the CSS Alabama, the British-built Confederate warship. The Bristol Daily Post ran from January 1860 to January 1878, when it was incorporated with the Bristol Mercury.
[Ref: 52614]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Bristol Daily Post. Second Edition. Tuesday, December 16, 10.15 a.m.
Bristol Daily Post. Second Edition. Tuesday, December 16, 10.15 a.m. The Latest News from America.
[Bristol, 1862.]
Letterpress broadside. Sheet 605 x 110mm (23¾ x 4¼"). Folded horizontally, small tear in right margin. Small brown stain above the fold.
A news sheet, mostly concerned with events of the second year of the American Civil War, including: Confederate general Stonewall Jackson joining Robert E. Lee in the defence of Fredericksburg and Union general Ulysses S. Grant's advances in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Also reported is a meeting of the New York Chamber of Commerce, in which sending a ship of grain to relieve Lancashire is discussed, necessitated by the Lancashire Cotton Famine and two poor European grain harvests. The Bristol Daily Post ran from January 1860 to January 1878, when it was incorporated with the Bristol Mercury.
[Ref: 52615]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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On Monday, May 9, 1814, will be published, Calcographiana: The Printesellers Chronicle and Collectors Guide to the Knowledge and Value of Engraved British Portraits: by James Caulfield.
On Monday, May 9, 1814, will be published, Calcographiana: The Printesellers Chronicle and Collectors Guide to the Knowledge and Value of Engraved British Portraits: by James Caulfield.
London: Printed by and for G. Smeeton, St. Martin's Kane, Charing Cross; and sold by J. Caulfield, Printseller, Wells Street, Oxford Street; By whom Subscriptions are received: as also by Booth, Duke Street, Portland Place; Priestley, Broad Street, Bloomsbury; and Setchell, King Street, Covent Garden. Smeeton, Printer, 17, St. Martin's Lane. [1814.]
Rare letterpress. 266 x 158mm (10½ x 6¼"). Folds. Laid on album sheet at sides.
An advert for the publication of "Calcographiana : the Printsellers chronicle and collectors guide to the knowledge and value of engraved British portraits," by James Caulfield. 1814.
Calcographiana in the Royal Colleciton Trust: RCIN 1150596.
[Ref: 52425]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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P. Mathews Wholesale & Retail Woollen Draper,
P. Mathews Wholesale & Retail Woollen Draper, Tailor & Habit Maker, on the London Principle, Stourbridge. Funerals completly Furnished, Family Mourning of all kinds. Sporting Suits, Boys Dresses, Liveries &c. made in a superior Style & on the shortest notice.
W. & T. Radclyffe Sc. Birm.m.
[n.d., c.1825.]
Engraving. Sheet 120 x 175mm (5 x 7"). A little soiling, old ink mss. top left.
A trade card engraved by William and Thomas Radclyffe, importers of Irish linens. William is best known for Engraving J.M.W. Turner's 'Picturesque Views in England and Wales'.
[Ref: 52354]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Grand Masquerade, Under the especial Warrant of the Lord Chamberlain, Monday, May 22, 1837.
Grand Masquerade, Under the especial Warrant of the Lord Chamberlain, Monday, May 22, 1837. At the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, Opposite Bond Street.
Simpkins, Printer, 46, Upper John Street, Tottenham Court Road.
Letterpress playbill. 2pp., sheet 195 x 120mm (7¾ x 4¾"). Small tear at top.
Price of entering £1-1-6 to include a bottle of wine, port, sherry or madeira. A party 'to commemorate the Majority of her Royal Highness the Princess Victoria', less than a month before she became queen.
[Ref: 52263]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Free Trade Star.
Free Trade Star. Vicious Monopoly _ thy murky day / Is nearly gone; thy worshippers decay...
W. Snow [n.d., c.1845.]
Fine & scarce coloured engraving on card. Sheet 150 x 115mm (6 x 4½").
A decorative star filled with mottos and Biblical references promoting Free Trade, during the campaign to repeal the Corn Laws. The central ring reads 'Commerce Should Ever Be Free Like Air and Ocean'.
See 52552, 52856.
[Ref: 52551]   £580.00  
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[Free Trade] Hints to Ladies, How to Aid the League Bazaar.
[Free Trade] Hints to Ladies, How to Aid the League Bazaar. May 1845. Covent Garden Theatre.
Scarce chromolithograph on card. Sheet 235 x 180mm (9¼ x 7").
A flyer promoting the Anti-Corn Law League's fund-raising bazaar held at the Covent Garden Theatre. At the time the campaign to repeal the Corn Laws was at its apogee.
See 52856; 52551
[Ref: 52552]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Greenock Volunteer Bazaar.
Greenock Volunteer Bazaar. A Bazaar in Aid of the Funds of the Various Volunteer Corps in Greenock, will take place in the Town Hall, Greenock, on Thursday & Friday, 24th & 25th April, 1862, under the Patronage of The Lady Octavia Shaw Stewart.
Greenock, 7th April, 1862.
Letterpress flyer. Sheet 185 x 110mm (7¼ x 4¼").
A bazaar patronised by Octavia Shaw Stewart (née Grosvenor, sister of the 1st Duke of Westminster), wife of the MP and Lord Lieutenant of Renfrewshire Michael Shaw Stewart.
[Ref: 52349]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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[Sr John Dellavalle] Westminster. Bought of John Shipman, Haberdasher at ye Sun, in Bridge Street.
[Sr John Dellavalle] Westminster. Bought of John Shipman, Haberdasher at ye Sun, in Bridge Street.
[June 23 1770.]
Engraved bill head, filled in with ink mss, pt 18th century watermark. Sheet 75 x 210mm (3 x 8¼"). Trimmed, top left corner ripped off.
Bill made out to Sir John Hussey Delaval (1728-1808), later 1st Baron Delaval in the Irish peerage.
[Ref: 52252]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Hogarth. In perpetuam Beneficii memoriam. This Medallion, In Gold, after a Design by Mr. William Hogarth, was presented to him, as a perpetual Admission Ticket, by Jonathan Tyers Esq.r
Hogarth. In perpetuam Beneficii memoriam. This Medallion, In Gold, after a Design by Mr. William Hogarth, was presented to him, as a perpetual Admission Ticket, by Jonathan Tyers Esq.r In gratitude for his advice and assistance in decorating the Gardens at Vauxhall. After his decease, it remained in the hands of Mrs. Hogarth his Widow, Who bequeathed it to her relation, Mrs. Mary Lewis, By whom it was left to her Kinsman, P.F. Hast, Esq.r Who, dying on the 25th April, 1823, gave to by his Will to it's present possessor John Tuck Esq.r
[n.d. c.1825.]
Engraving. 272 x 215mm (10¾ x 8½"). Creasing; some soiling and nicks.
A Print detailing the ownership of a gold badge; William Hogarth's admission badge or 'Perpetual Pass' for Vauxhall Gardens. Female figures of Virtus and Voluptas, and below, on a scroll, Felices Una. Design attributed to Richard Yeo, see W. Wroth, 'Tickets of Vauxhall Gardens', Numismatic Chronicle XVIII, 1898, pp. 73-92. The ticket was presented to Hogarth in 1733 by the manager of Vauxhall Gardens, Jonathan Tyers, who re-opened the gardens in 1732 with decorations after Hogarth's paintings; the legend on the reverse refers to services rendered by Hogarth. It subsequently entered the collection of the antiquary W. H. Forman prior to 1890.
The badge is in the Collection of the British Museum.
[Ref: 52419]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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[Illustration to Pope's Canto 4.]
[Illustration to Pope's Canto 4.]
Lud. Du Guernier inv. C. Du Bosc sculp.
[n.d. c.1714.]
Etching. 145 x 84mm (5¾ x 3¼").
The engraving accompanying canto 4 shows Belinda, sitting in the middle, resting her head on her hand, in the Cave of Spleen, the poems analogue for the underworld that heroes of epics frequently visit. Allegorical figures of Affectation and Ill-Nature flank her. Illustration to Canto41 in Pope's 'The Rape of the Lock' (1714). 1714
Ex Collection: The Right Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Collector's stamp on verso.
[Ref: 52514]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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The Irish Tennant Farmers Lament From Eviction from his Native Home.
The Irish Tennant Farmers Lament From Eviction from his Native Home.
[Dublin, P. Brereton? c.1870.]
Letterpress songsheet with woodcut vignette. Sheet 285 x 110mm (11¼ x 4¼").
Irish famine interest. Chorus: ''So now kind friends just lisnen to my Irish tale of woe / Cause'd by the Agents veugence upon poor Patt Roe".
See ref: 52235
[Ref: 52233]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Lady Delaval] London [April 16] 17[73]. Bo.t of Charles le Bas, Linen Draper,
[Lady Delaval] London [April 16] 17[73]. Bo.t of Charles le Bas, Linen Draper, (Successor to Mr Alexander Scholar) at the Wheatsheaf in New Bond Street, near Conduit Street.
[1773.]
Engraved bill head, filled in with ink mss. Sheet 65 x 215mm (2½ x 8½"). Trimmed, top left corner ripped off.
Charles le Bas was from a Huguenot family; his son Charles Webb le Bas (17791861), became principal of the East India College, Haileybury. Lady Delaval was the wife of Sir John Hussey Delaval (1728-1808), later 1st Baron Delaval in the Irish peerage.
[Ref: 52248]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Lincoln [16 Dec.r] 17[77]. Bought of Geo. Kent, Linnen, Woollen Draper, & Mercer.
Lincoln [16 Dec.r] 17[77]. Bought of Geo. Kent, Linnen, Woollen Draper, & Mercer.
[1777.]
Engraved billhead, verso his prices, 18th century watermark. Sheet (at most) 60 x 205mm (2½ x 8"). Trimmed.
[Ref: 52257]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Lord's Prayer as a calligraphy exercise.]
[The Lord's Prayer as a calligraphy exercise.]
[n.d., c.1840.]
Ink and watercolour. Sheet 70 x 70mm (2¾ x 2¾"). Laid on album paper.
The Lord's prayer, probably written with a needle, within a star surrounded by representations of the four continents, a cherub with a trumpet above Europe.
[Ref: 52597]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Love Your Own Land.
Love Your Own Land.
[Dublin, P. Brereton? c.1870.]
Letterpress songsheet with two woodcut vignettes. Sheet 285 x 110mm (11¼ x 4¼").
Irish famine interest. ''Can you equal famed Killarney / Whose name resounds from Shore to Shore''.
See ref: 52233.
[Ref: 52235]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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A New Song on Lovely Katey of Liskehan.
A New Song on Lovely Katey of Liskehan.
P. Brereton Printer, Lr, Exchange St, Dublin [c.1870.]
Letterpress songsheet with two woodcut vignettes. Sheet 285 x 110mm (11¼ x 4¼").
''You gentle muses I pray excuse me, / Your kind infusion to me grant once more, / Til I praise a maiden sweet engageing, She is lovely Venis that I do adore...''
[Ref: 52238]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Chairman, The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, Vice-Chairman, Mr. Arthur Blackett.
Chairman, The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, Vice-Chairman, Mr. Arthur Blackett.
C.W. Rhead sc. April 14th 1894. H. Thomson.
Etching and letter press; small booklet, 4to; 4 pages. 152 x 108mm (6 x 4¼").
A small booklet with programme and menu on verso for the Booksellers' Trade Dinner 1894. Portraits of Jacob Tonson (1655-1736), 18th century English bookseller and publisher, and Edward Cave (1691-1754), printer and founder of Gentleman's Magazine.
[Ref: 52463]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Lady Delavell] London [Ap.2 26 1771]. Bought of Richard Preston Mercer.
[Lady Delavell] London [Ap.2 26 1771]. Bought of Richard Preston Mercer. At the Golden Ball, the Backside of St Clements, Strand. Successor to Mr. Shaw.
[1773.]
Engraved bill head, filled in with ink mss. Sheet 70 x 195mm (2¾ x 7¾"). Trimmed, part of top edge ripped off.
Charles le Bas was from a Huguenot family; his son Charles Webb le Bas (17791861), became principal of the East India College, Haileybury. Lady Delaval was the wife of Sir John Hussey Delaval (1728-1808), later 1st Baron Delaval in the Irish peerage.
British Museum: Heal,84.213.
[Ref: 52253]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Montpelier Family Hotel, Adjoining Bonchurch, Ventnor, Isle of Wight. By J.A. Whiskard, Wine, Brandy, Ale & Porter Merchant, (from London).
Montpelier Family Hotel, Adjoining Bonchurch, Ventnor, Isle of Wight. By J.A. Whiskard, Wine, Brandy, Ale & Porter Merchant, (from London). Flys, Phaetons, Pony Chaises and Saddle-horses for Hire. Families and Invalids will find this a delightful Retreat, the Situation and Climate being Strongly recommended by the Family. Wines of the most approved Vintages. - British & Foreign Spirits of the Choices Quality.
[n.d. c.1840.]
Engraving. 90 x 122mm (9½ x 4¾").
A tradecard for the Montpelier Hotel, Ventnor, Isle of Wight. The hotel was listed in 'The Pleasure Visitor's Companion in Making the Tour of the Isle of Wight' from 1843-1845 and was highlighted as being distinguished for comfort, cleanliness, civility and moderate charges.
[Ref: 52427]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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To our Mother.
To our Mother. God save our Mother dear, / Long Live our Mother dear, / God Save her now...
Christmas Day, 1852.
Engraved text within blind-stamped decorative border. Bottom left corner bent.
A Christmas card.
[Ref: 52586]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Programme of Music.
Programme of Music. God Save the Queen, Royal Scottish Academy March 22. 1860
E.A.V. Fecit.
Etching. Sheet 170 x 235mm (6¾ x 10"). Paper stuck on top edge.
An advertisment for a concert featuring the bands of the 78th Highlanders and 13th Light Dragoons, with music by Strauss, Meyerbeyer, Verdi and Donizetti. One side is illustrated by a winged sprite waving a conductors baton, the other by a scene 'The Arts Salute the Muses March 22 1860'.
[Ref: 52351]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Royal Victoria Drill'd Ey'd Needles.
Royal Victoria Drill'd Ey'd Needles.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Engraving. Sheet 110 x 145mm (4¼ x 5¾").
An advertisment featuring an oval scene of two riders, probably Victoria and Albert, surrounded by a rococo border of swags and birds.
[Ref: 52356]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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No. [31.] Received of [...] the Sum of [Forty] Shillings for Two Quarters Rent for Water, due to the New River Company, at Christmas 1829.
No. [31.] Received of [...] the Sum of [Forty] Shillings for Two Quarters Rent for Water, due to the New River Company, at Christmas 1829.
[6 Jan.y] 1830.
Letterpress bill, filled in with ink mss, 18th century watermark. Sheet 75 x 160mm (3 x 6¼"), with two-penny tax blindstamp. Trimmed.
[Ref: 52255]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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To the Curious in Pens. Palmer's Royal, Portable, and other Pens,
To the Curious in Pens. Palmer's Royal, Portable, and other Pens, (Suited to Ladies as Well as Gentleman's Hands.) Sold Wholesale and Retail, at His Royal Pen Manufactory, East Grinstead, Sole Proprietor of the Royal Portable Pens.
Palmer, Printers, East Grinstead. [n.d., c.1810.]
Letterpress advert, 2pp, verso lists the London & country stockists. Sheet 225 x 140mm (8¾ x 5½"). Folds and spotting.
[Ref: 52262]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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On the First Day of January, 1812, will be Published The First Part of a Work, Entitled A New History of Engravers, who have practised the Art if its different Branches, Either in Wood, Metal, or other Substances, From its Appearance during the Fifteenth
On the First Day of January, 1812, will be Published The First Part of a Work, Entitled A New History of Engravers, who have practised the Art if its different Branches, Either in Wood, Metal, or other Substances, From its Appearance during the Fifteenth Century progressively to the present Time; With A Detailed List of Their Leading Productions, Either in respect to their peculiar Merit, or as curious Representations of various Objects, which may prove interesting to every Class of Admirers of Prints; Together with Fac-similies of the Monograms, Initials, or Cyphers, usually prefixed to their productions.
The Whole compiled from every authentic Source of Information, and materially improved by every possible Research into the Subject during the last Ten Years, By Thomas Dodd....The Compiler and Published, Mr. Dodd, 101, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross; Also by Mr Palser, Printseller, Bridge Road, Lambeth...May 1811.
Rare letterpress, three pages; 4to. 216 x 278mm (8½ x 11"). Laid on album sheet on left side.
Thomas Dodd (1771-1850) was an English auctioneer and printseller; in 1796 he took a small shop in Lambeth Marsh before moving to Covent Garden. It wasn't until 1806 that he opened an auctionroom in St Martin's Lane, where he sold some famous collections, among them being that of General Dowdeswell in Janaury 1809. Dodd acquired a wide knowledge of engravings, and began an elaborate biographical catalogue of engravers, which eventually formed thirty folio volumes of manuscript. In 1817 Dodd spent time on a dictionary of monograms, but a similar work by Brulliot was published about that time.
[Ref: 52421]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Burrey, Saddler & Harness Maker. Christchurch.
Burrey, Saddler & Harness Maker. Christchurch. London Whips Bits & Spurs.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Engraving. Sheet 85 x 65mm (3¼ x 2½"). Trimmed on right.
With illustrations of hunting.
[Ref: 52341]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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The Sailor in a Storm. O God! have mercy in this dreadful hour...
The Sailor in a Storm. O God! have mercy in this dreadful hour... [&] The Poetical Sailor. The Captain of a certain British Frigate, a man of undaunted bravery, had a natural antipathy to a cat...
[n.d., c.1840.]
Two ink mss. Sheets 145 x 135mm (5¾ x 5¼") & 125 x 165mm (9 x 6½"). Laid on album sheets.
Two calligraphy exercises, copying a poem by Robert Southey (1774-1843), Poet Laureate from 1813 until his death and an anonymous anecdote, published in (amongst many) 'The Log Book; Or, Nautical Miscellany', 1830.
[Ref: 52593]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Bo:t of James Baughan Shoe Maker,
Bo:t of James Baughan Shoe Maker, (Successor to Mr Willis) at the Angel in Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. [April 6 1773, Lady Delavall.]
[1773.]
Engraved bill head, filled in with ink mss front & verso. Sheet 95 x 215mm (3¾ x 8½"). Trimmed.
Lady Delaval was the wife of Sir John Hussey Delaval (1728-1808), later 1st Baron Delaval in the Irish peerage.
[Ref: 52259]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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A Catalogue of Books Distributed by the Society of Unitarian Christians,
A Catalogue of Books Distributed by the Society of Unitarian Christians, Established in the West of England in the Year 1792, to Promote Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue.
Bristol, March 31st, 1825. William Browne, Printer, 29, Clare-Street, Bristol.
Letterpress pamphlet, 4pp. Sheet 335 x 410mm (13¼ x 16"). Tear caused by seal, folded, addressed in ink.
A catalogue, sent to 'Joseph Gundry Esq.re, Bridport', but marked 'Dead. To be returned to Mr Colson'.
[Ref: 52616]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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History and Antiquities of Tottenham.
History and Antiquities of Tottenham. Subscribers who have already honoured the above Work with their Names, and the Public in general, are most respectfully informed, that the Authors (at the Request of several distinguished literary Characters) are under the Necessity of postponing the Publication of the same, for a few Weeks longer than the last specified Time of Delivery. Copies will after that Time be delivered in the Order subscribed for...
[n.d. c.1790.]
Rare letterpress. 132 x 158mm (5¼ x 6¼"). Folds. Laid on album sheet at corners.
A notes for the subscribers about the postponing of publication of, "The history and antiquities of the parish of Tottenham High-Cross, in the county of Middlesex. : Collected from authentic records".
[Ref: 52422]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Synopsis Ædificiorum Publicorum Di Christophori Wren Equitis Aur. Archtecti Regii.~ A Catalogue of the Churches of the City of London Royal Palaces, hospitals, and Publick Edifices; Built by Sr. Christopher Wren Kt. Surveyor General of the Royal-Works du
Synopsis Ædificiorum Publicorum Di Christophori Wren Equitis Aur. Archtecti Regii.~ A Catalogue of the Churches of the City of London Royal Palaces, hospitals, and Publick Edifices; Built by Sr. Christopher Wren Kt. Surveyor General of the Royal-Works du
H. Hussbergh Sculp.
Printed for Sam. Harding in St. Martin's Lane, Dan Brown near Temple Bar. & Wm. Bathoe in Church Lane near St. Martin's Church in the Strand.
Engraving. 440 x 435mm (17¼ x 11½"). Trimmed. Horizontal fold across the middle. Bottom edge curling over, slight loss in centre publication line. Hole between the C and the I in Christophori at the top and another slight hole. Some surface dirt.
[Ref: 52820]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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