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[Barnaslingan] The Scalp in the County of Wicklow.
[Barnaslingan] The Scalp in the County of Wicklow.
Le Porte del. et Sculp.t.
London Published May 20th 1796 by Tho.s Macklin Poets Gallery Fleet St.
Fine & rare coloured etching. Sheet 475 x 630mm (18 x 24¾"), paper watermarked 'HS&S 18[**]'. Trimmed within plate, repaired tear in title area, repaired holes.
A view of The Scalp, a narrow glacial valley under the hill Barnaslingan. One of a series of Irish views drawn by John Laporte.
Bonar Law: p.67
[Ref: 54758]   £520.00  
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The Town of Bray.
The Town of Bray.
Le Porte del. et Sculp.
[London: Thomas Macklin, 1796]
Coloured etching. 475 x 630mm (18 x 24¾"), paper watermarked 'HS&S 183[*]'. Narrow margins, creases, publication line weakly inked. Sky rubbed on right.
A view of Bray, County Wicklow, from the banks of the River Dargle, showing the bridge. One of a series of Irish views drawn by John Laporte.
Bonar Law: p.67
[Ref: 54763]   £420.00  
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Her Majesty Queen Victoria’s tour thro the fleet in the Harbour of Cork, on the 3d of August, 1849.
Her Majesty Queen Victoria’s tour thro the fleet in the Harbour of Cork, on the 3d of August, 1849. [Publ.d for the benefit of the Cork Masonic Female Orphan Asylum. Dedicated to Coln. J.C. Chatterton K.H. Provincial Grand Master of Munster S.G.I.G. 33rd by his Friend and Brother Oliver J. Jones, 1st Lieut. H.M.S. Ganges.]
Lieut. O.J. Jones Del.t. Dickinson & Co. Lith.
[1849.]
Tinted lithograph with fine hand colour. Sheet 440 x 615mm (17¼ x 24¼"). Trimmed, losing publication details and dedication. Wear to edges. Slight creasing bottom right.
A view of Cork Harbour, with the British Fleet at anchor, the first stop of an eleven day Irish tour undertaken by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on 2-12 August 1849. From Cork the Royal party sailed to Dublin and Belfast, aboard the royal yacht, 'Victoria and Albert'. The rigging of HMS Ganges (on the right) is full of sailors saluting the monarch.
[Ref: 55164]   £950.00  
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[Dún Laoghaire] Dublin from Dunlary.
[Dún Laoghaire] Dublin from Dunlary.
Le Porte del. et Sculp.t.
[London: Thomas Macklin, 1796]
Fine & rare coloured etching. Sheet 475 x 630mm (18 x 24¾"), paper watermarked 'HS&S 183[*]'. Trimmed to plate on three sides, repair in bottom margin, worm trails in sky, publication line weakly inked.
A view of the fishing village of Dún Laoghaire before it expanded as a port, looking across the bay to Dublin. One of a series of Irish views drawn by John Laporte.
Bonar Law: 2.117
[Ref: 54759]   £620.00  
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Dublin from Sarah's Bridge.
Dublin from Sarah's Bridge.
Le Porte del. et Sculpt.
London Publish'd Oct.r 25th 1796 by Tho.s Macklin Poets Gallery Fleet Steet.
Coloured etching. Sheet 430 x 580mm (17 x 22¾"). Trimmed within plate, three repaired wormholes.
A rare view of Dublin from Island Bridge, built over the Liffey 1791-3 and originally named after Sarah Fane, Countess of Westmorland, the wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, who laid the first stone on 22 June 1791. It was renamed in 1922. One of a series of Irish views drawn by John Laporte.
Bonar Law: 2.114
[Ref: 54782]   £650.00  
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A prospect of the City of Dublin, from the Magazine Hill, in his Majesty's Phoenix Park. Veue de la Ville de Dublin de dessus l'Arsenal desu Majeste butti sur la Montagne des Phoenix Parc.
A prospect of the City of Dublin, from the Magazine Hill, in his Majesty's Phoenix Park. Veue de la Ville de Dublin de dessus l'Arsenal desu Majeste butti sur la Montagne des Phoenix Parc. Six points de Veued'edifices publics et remarquables de la Ville de Dublin.
J. Tudor delin. J. Mason sculp.
London Printed for Rob.t Sayer Map & Printseller at the Golden Buck near Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street.
Engraving with fine original hand colour. 255 x 405mm (10 x 16"), with margins. Laid on album paper. Surface dirt. Abrasions in the sky. Creasing in the margins one going into the publication line.
A remarkable and scarce view of the city of Dublin from the distance.
Bonar Law: 26 II of II.
[Ref: 55179]   £420.00  
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[Kenmare] To the Right Hon.ble the Earl of Ormond, &C. &c,
[Kenmare] To the Right Hon.ble the Earl of Ormond, &C. &c, This View of Roughty Bridge _ Co. Kerry is with great respect inscribed by his obedient Servants T: Walmsley and F: Jukes.
From an original Picture by T.Walmsley. Engraved by F.Jukes.
Pubd. Jan. 1st. 1800. by T. Walmsley 15 Argyle St. Bath, and F.Jukes 10 Howland St. London.
Aquatint, printed in colours and hand finished. 365 x 460mm (14½ x 18"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A stone bridge outside Kenmare, in a mountainous setting, anglers on the shore of the Roughty River. The bridge is still in use and has a famous salmon pool underneath it.
[Ref: 54680]   £420.00  
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The Salmon Leap at Leixlip, _ County of Dublin.
The Salmon Leap at Leixlip, _ County of Dublin.
J. Laporte del. et Sculp.t.
[London: Thomas Macklin, 1796]
Rare & fine coloured etching. Sheet 475 x 630mm (18 x 24¾"), paper watermarked 'HS&S'. Trimmed within plate, publication line weakly inked. Creasing in centre.
Anglers under a waterfall on the Liffey. Leixlip (derived from the Norse for 'salmon leap') was the home of Arthur Guinness's first brewery, 1755. One of a series of Irish views drawn by John Laporte.
Bonar Law: p.67
[Ref: 54757]   £650.00  
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View Near Limerick.
View Near Limerick.
Walmsley Pinx.t. Hassell sculp.t.
London Published Oct.r 1st 1800 by J. Brydon, Charing Cross.
Aquatint, printed in colours and hand-finished, P & E watermark, 330 x 455mm (13 x 18"), with large margins Slight crease and wornhole in sky area. Bit dusty.
A ruined church by the side of a lake.
From the Berkeley Collection, Spetchley Park.
[Ref: 54981]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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