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The British Museum.
The British Museum.
Lithographed & Published by Dickinson Brothers, New Bond Street. [n.d., 1851.]
Coloured tinted lithograph, sheet 300 x 395mm. 11¾ x 15½".
A view of Smirke's Greek Revival facade for the British Museum from Great Russell Street, before the completion of the pediment above the main entrance, which now features fifteen allegorical figures by Sir Richard Westmacott depicting the Progress of Civilisation.
[Ref: 61952]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Paddington Canal, with the Passage Boat and Warehouse.
Paddington Canal, with the Passage Boat and Warehouse. [&] View of the Bason of the Grand Juction Canal, at Paddington. View of the First Bridge and Accommodation Barge of the Grand JunctionCanal at Paddington.
Published Feb.y 15, 1821, by Rich.d Holmes Laurie, 53, Fleet Street London
A sheet of two rare engravings, sheet 580 x 390mm (22¾ x 15¼"). Top print trimmed within plate loss in title. Both glued onto backing sheet. Both have small tears.
Two views of Paddington Basin.
[Ref: 61948]   £320.00  
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The Patent Shot Manufactory, with a distant View of Blackfriars Bridge & St Pauls.
The Patent Shot Manufactory, with a distant View of Blackfriars Bridge & St Pauls.
Drawn by D. Turner. Eng.d by C. Ansell.
[Published Jan.y 1 1796.]
Aquatint, printed in sepia. Sheet 195 x 270mm (7¾ x 10½"). Trimmed to printed border, laid on album paper at edges with a coloured lithograph.
A view of the shot tower built by William Watt in 1789, taken from the Thames. The lithograph is ''The Fire (from Waterloo Bridge) Jan.y 5th 1826. Drawn, Printed & Pub.d on the Night of the Fire, at W. Days Lithog.c Office, 59, G.t. Queen S.t''. It shows the tower on fire, the interior and roof being destroyed.
[Ref: 61982]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Surrey Theatre, Magdalen, &c. &c.
View of the Surrey Theatre, Magdalen, &c. &c. 141
Published March 2, 1812 by Rob.t Laurie & Ja.s Whittle, N.o53 Fleet Street London, large margins.
Engraving with very fine & rare hand colour.
A street scene of Great Surrey Street (now Blackfriars road) showing Surrey Theatre, with the obelisk in the left foreground, and the Magdalen asylum. Multiple figures go about their day including a farmer leading his flock and a cow down the dirt road; a woman sweeps and a carriage passes through a turnpike.
[Ref: 61474]   £360.00  
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