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[The Great Exhibition.] View from the North Bank of the Serpentine.
[The Great Exhibition.] View from the North Bank of the Serpentine.
Phillip Brannan del. Day & Son Lith.rs To the Queen.
London Published June 9th 1851 by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand by Appointment to The Queen, H.R.H. Prince Albert, and the Royal Family.
Fine coloured tinted lithograph. Sheet 585 x 405mm (23 x 16"), large margins.
A view of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park during the Great Exhibiton, from the opposite bank of the Serpentine. Riders and pedestrians fill the park; a scaled-down warship floats on the lake. One of six views after Brannan.
[Ref: 52079]   £420.00  

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The Parish Church of St Margarets Westm:r where the Speaker & House of Commons resort on extraordinary Festivals &c.
The Parish Church of St Margarets Westm:r where the Speaker & House of Commons resort on extraordinary Festivals &c. Engrav'd for Warners Illustration of the Book of Common Prayer.
Brooke fecit in Fleet Street.
Printed for I. Crockatt & I. Hodges. [n.d., 1754.]
Engraving. 340 x 200mm (13½ x 8"), with very large margins. Tears in margins. Crease top right
From Fernando Warner's 'An Illustration of the Book of Common-Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England'. Warner (1703-68), an Anglican minister in London and Surrey, is described in DNB as ''much esteemed as a popular preacher, and his writings show him to have been a man of wide learning and more than ordinary ability''.
[Ref: 51997]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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