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[Berlin Woolwork pattern of the Virgin and Child.] 25.
[Berlin Woolwork pattern of the Virgin and Child.] 25.
Berlin bei L.W. Wittich, Oberweill u. Jeïgerstr Eehs No 13 [n.d., c.1860].
Scarce coloured engraving. 605 x 340mm (23¾ x 13½") very large margins. Backed and edged with linen, as issued.
An unusually large Berlin woolwork pattern, with the Virgin Mary standing on a cloud holding the Christ Child.
From the Berkeley Collection, Spetchley Park.
[Ref: 54970]   £380.00  
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[Eleven fine watercolours of Mediterranean scenes.]
[Eleven fine watercolours of Mediterranean scenes.]
[n.d., c.1810.]
Eleven watercolours by the same hand. Each c. 185 x 225mm (7¼ x 8¾"), some sheets watermarked 'L Tovil Mill 1810.]
Eleven watercolours from an English tour around the Mediterranean, with subjects from Venice, Malta, Naples, and Genoa, including two litters, a wine press, a monk taking confession and various costumes. The Lower Tovil Mill (or Allnut Mill) was a papermaking mill on the River Loose, a tributary of the Medway, Kent.
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[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[London: John Kingston & Henry Sutton, 1556.]
Latin letterpress in black and red, printed on both sides. Sheets 225 x 165mm (8¾ x 6½). Taped into mount.
A leaf from ''Portiforium Seu Breuiarium, Ad Insiguis Sarisburiensis Ecclesie Vsum'', a Catholic liturgical book for praying the canonical hours according to the Sarum Rite, printed during the reign of Catholic queen Mary I.
From a copy held at Egton Bridge Chapel, North Yorkshire. See Ref: 54990, 54991 & 54992
[Ref: 54956]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[London: John Kingston & Henry Sutton, 1556.]
Latin letterpress in black and red, printed on both sides. Sheet 225 x 165mm.
A leaf from ''Portiforium Seu Breuiarium, Ad Insiguis Sarisburiensis Ecclesie Vsum'', a Catholic liturgical book for praying the canonical hours according to the Sarum Rite, printed during the reign of Catholic queen Mary I.
From a copy held at Egton Bridge Chapel, North Yorkshire. See Ref: 54956, 54991 & 54992
[Ref: 54990]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[London: John Kingston & Henry Sutton, 1556.]
Latin letterpress in black and red, printed on both sides. Sheet 225 x 165mm.
A leaf from ''Portiforium Seu Breuiarium, Ad Insiguis Sarisburiensis Ecclesie Vsum'', a Catholic liturgical book for praying the canonical hours according to the Sarum Rite, printed during the reign of Catholic queen Mary I.
From a copy held at Egton Bridge Chapel, North Yorkshire. See Ref: 54956, 54990 & 54992
[Ref: 54991]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[Leaf from a breviary, use of Sarum.]
[London: John Kingston & Henry Sutton, 1556.]
Latin letterpress in black and red, printed on both sides. Sheet 225 x 165mm.
A leaf from ''Portiforium Seu Breuiarium, Ad Insiguis Sarisburiensis Ecclesie Vsum'', a Catholic liturgical book for praying the canonical hours according to the Sarum Rite, printed during the reign of Catholic queen Mary I.
From a copy held at Egton Bridge Chapel, North Yorkshire. See Ref: 54956, 54990, 54991.
[Ref: 54992]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Pair of embroideries of the Sons of Tipu Sultan] Tippoo Saibs Two Sons taking leave of Their Mother
[Pair of embroideries of the Sons of Tipu Sultan] Tippoo Saibs Two Sons taking leave of Their Mother Previous to their being deliver'd up to Lord Cornwallis, as Hostages at the Termination of the War in the East Indies in 1792. [&] Tippoo Saib's Two Sons deliver'd up to Lord Cornwallis As Hostages, after he had so Gloriously Conquered that Proud Sultan at Seringapatam, the Capital of the Mysore Country, in the East Indies, in 1792.
[n.d., c.1800.]
Two silk embroideries on stretchers, titled in old ink mss on the linen base. Each 380 x 280mm (15 x 11"), in contemporary frames. The ink titles faded.
Unique pair of embroideries based on the mezzotints with the same titles published by Robert Sayer in 1792.
See 54648
[Ref: 54288]   £1,800.00   view all images for this item
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