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Procession of the Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra Through London.
Procession of the Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra Through London. Arrival At London Bridge March 7th 1863.
A. Park, London. [n.d. c.1863]
Very scarce hand coloured lithograph. Sheet 250 x 375mm (10" x 14¾"). Mount stain. Laid on archival paper. Repaired tears. Missing left bottom corner margin.
Scene of Princess Alexandra's arrival procession passing through the gateway of Temple Bar. In March 1863, Princess Alexandra travelled from Denmark to England for her marriage to Queen Victoria's eldest son, Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. Archibald and Arthur Park (fl 1828-1863) were evidently brothers trading at the same address; prints are normally lettered "A. Park"; publishers of cheap prints at 47 Leonard St, Finsbury/Shoreditch, London.
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A Prospect of the Inside of the Collegiate Church of S.t Peter in Westminster,
A Prospect of the Inside of the Collegiate Church of S.t Peter in Westminster, 3 from the Quire to the East End: with the Furniture thereof before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the Position of the Altar, Theatre, ^Thrones, Chairs, Pulpit, Benches Seats and Galeries. The Whole taken from Sanford.
[After Samuel Moore]
Published by F. West 83, Fleet Street, London. [n.d. c.1830]
Hand coloured engraving, 280 x 235mm (11 x 9¼"), with large margins.
Interior of Westminster Abbey with key, prior to the coronation procession of James II entering; based on an illustration to Francis Sandford's, 'The History of the Coronation of the Most High, Most Mighty, and Most Excellent Monarch, James II' (London, 1687). This state published as part of Francis West's 'Collection of Views of old London', using the stock of John Bowles and his successors, published in the mid-nineteenth century.
See reference 42036.
[Ref: 60471]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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A Prospect of the Inside of the Collegiate Church of S.t Peter in Westminster,
A Prospect of the Inside of the Collegiate Church of S.t Peter in Westminster, 3 from the Quire to the East End: with the Furniture thereof before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the Position of the Altar, Theatre, ^Thrones, Chairs, Pulpit, Benches Seats and Galeries. The Whole taken from Sanford.
[After Samuel Moore]
[Either Published by F. West 83, Fleet Street London or London. Printed for Bowles & Carver 69 St. Pauls Church Yard & R. Wilkinson 58 Cornhill]
Proof engraving before publication line. Sheet 310 x 265mm (12¼ x 10½"). Trimmed within plate and tipped into album sheet.
Interior of Westminster Abbey with key, prior to the coronation procession of James II entering; based on an illustration to Francis Sandford's, 'The History of the Coronation of the Most High, Most Mighty, and Most Excellent Monarch, James II' (London, 1687). This print was either published by Francis West, with his 'Collection of Views of London and its environs', made up of plates from the stock of John Bowles and his successors in the mid-nineteenth century. Or published earlier with the series 'London Described' in 1723-1724 and was republished over the years by Bowles and his successors.
See reference 42036 for print by Samuel Moore.
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A Prospect of the Inside of the Collegiate Church of S.t Peter in Westminster,
A Prospect of the Inside of the Collegiate Church of S.t Peter in Westminster, 3 from the Quire to the East End: with the Furniture thereof before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the Position of the Altar, Theatre, ^Thrones, Chairs, Pulpit, Benches Seats and Galeries. The Whole taken from Sanford.
[After Samuel Moore]
London, Printed for Bowles & Carver 69 S.t Pauls Church Yard & R. Wilkinson [n.d. c.1800]
Hand coloured engraving, 280 x 235mm (11 x 9¼"), with large margins. Two small tears to margin at bottom.
Interior of Westminster Abbey with key, prior to the coronation procession of James II entering; based on an illustration to Francis Sandford's, 'The History of the Coronation of the Most High, Most Mighty, and Most Excellent Monarch, James II' (London, 1687).
See reference 42036 for print by Samuel Moore.
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Her Most Gracious Majesty & Escort Leaving The Palace, St. James's Park.  No.1 - A Series of Birds eye Views taken on the day of Her Majestys Coronation. -  June 28th. 1838.
Her Most Gracious Majesty & Escort Leaving The Palace, St. James's Park. No.1 - A Series of Birds eye Views taken on the day of Her Majestys Coronation. - June 28th. 1838. [&] Hyde Park Fair. No.2 - A Series of Birds eye Views taken on the day of Her Majestys Coronation. - June 28th. 1838.
W. Clerk, lith, 202 High Holborn.
Published by G.S. Tregear, 96, Cheapside, London.
Pair of coloured lithograph, images 240 x 422mm & 271 x 396mm. Tears from edges, one just into image lower left [&] Tear into image at top. Water stain below title.
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A North West View of Westminster Abbey and St. Margaret's Church.
A North West View of Westminster Abbey and St. Margaret's Church. Vue de l'Abbaie de Westminster et de l'Eglise de Ste. Marguerite. The present Structure of St Peter's W[*]stm. began to be built by K. Henry III. in 1245 carrie on by K. Henry VII. &c.
Printed for & Sold by Bowles & Carver. No 69. St Paul's Church Yard London. [n.d., c.1794.]
Finely coloured engraving. Sheet 265 x 400mm (10½ x 15¾"). Trimmed to plate amd laid on album paper. Some staining and surface dirt.
View of the Westminster Abbey, with St Margaret's Church behind on the left, also depicting street activity including a boy playing with a hoop, a sedan chair, a beggar and a street trader. Originally published c.1750 by John Bowles.
[Ref: 60479]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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