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[Fleet Street, London.]
[Fleet Street, London.]
Fred A Farrell [signed in pencil.]
[n.d. c.1928.]
Etching, signed by the artist. 310 x 269mm (12¼ x 10½"). Faint mount burn.
A view along Fleet Street towards St Paul's Cathedral, with cars and buses in the road and bustling pavements. On the right is the Glasgow Herald Office, designed by Percy Tubbs in 1927.
[Ref: 53129]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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The Horse-Guards.
The Horse-Guards.
P. Sandby, delin. Edw.d Rooker sculp.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Coloured etching. 415 x 550mm (16¼ x 21¾"), on laid paper, very large margins. Bottom right corner of margin clipped.
A view of John Vardy's new Horse Guards building from under a crumbling archway on Whitehall, now gone. Besides the soldiers, figures include a family of brush sellers, a coachman with whip and dog, a blind beggar and two fashionably dressed women with a child. A late printing of a plate issued 1768, with Paul Sandby's name replacing that of Michael Angelo Rooker and the publication line removed.
[Ref: 53008]   £320.00  
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Prospect der Stadt London in England.
Prospect der Stadt London in England.
A. Sommer fec.
J. Eder ex. [Vienna, n.d. c.1795.]
A very rare engraving. Plate 173 x 262mm (6¾ x 10¼"), large margins.
A stylised prospect of London from the south, with an almost-unrecognisable St Paul's Cathedral, The Monument and London Bridge still with buildings on it. The engraving is based on the Kip prospect: it shows the Folly, the floating tea-room, but incorrectly downstream of London Bridge.
[Ref: 53204]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The New Commercial Sale Rooms in Mincing Lane. (Now used as the Custom House).
The New Commercial Sale Rooms in Mincing Lane. (Now used as the Custom House).
Publish'd Jan.y 16th 1815 by Ja.s Whittle & Rich.d H. Laurie 53 Fleet Street, London.
Coloured engraving. Sheet 390 x 440mm (11½x 17¼") Trimmed within plate, a few small tears in edges.
Mincing Lane in the City of London, was for some years the world's leading centre for tea and spice trading after the British East India Company successfully took over all trading ports from Dutch East India Company in 1799.
[Ref: 53212]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[Westminster Abbey] To the Reverend The Dean and Chapter of Westminster;
[Westminster Abbey] To the Reverend The Dean and Chapter of Westminster; This North East View of the Abbey Church of Saint Peter, Westminster, and Henry the Seventh's Chapel, is by Permission, most humbly dedicated by their much obliged and devoted Servant John Buckler.
Drawn & Etched by J. Buckler. Engraved by R. Reeve.
Published November. 1809, by J. Buckler, Bermondsey, Surrey.
Aquatint. 505mm x 670mm (19¾ x 26½"), paper watermarked 'J Whatman 1809', with large margins. Tears in edges.
Westminster Abbey showing the rose window and pointed, arched doorway in the north porch, the two gothic towers of the west end and the elaborate, decorative chapel at the east end. In 1800 John Buckler (1770-1851), an estate manager and bailiff for Magdalene College, Oxford, began working on a series of engravings of all the cathedrals in the country.
[Ref: 53096]   £380.00  
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