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Gulielmus Bateman.
Gulielmus Bateman. Episcop: Norwic: Aulæ S.S. individuæ Trinitatis Fund: Aº D.ni 1350.
[after Wilhelm Sonmans?]
Summa. cum Humil: & Observ.tia D.D.D. J. Faber. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint, 18th century watermark. 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"), with large margins.
William Bateman (c. 1298-1355), Bishop of Norwich and founder of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. One of a set of portraits of founders of Oxford and Cambridge Colleges, most after portraits by Wilhelm Sonmans (d.1708).
CS 34.
[Ref: 51984]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Matthew Boulton, Esq. F.R.S. & F.S.A.
Matthew Boulton, Esq. F.R.S. & F.S.A.
Sir William Beechey pinx.t. Will.m Sharp sculp.t.
Published May 1 1801 by W.m Sharp, London.
Fine engraving. 525 x 390mm (20¾ x 15½") large margins. Backed with newspaper.
Matthew Boulton (1728-1809) the Birmingham industrialist and entrepreneur, who was called 'the first manufacturer in England' by Josiah Wedgwood. He was the founder of the Soho Works in Birmingham in 1762, known for its high quality ornamental objects. In 1775 Boulton entered into partnership with the Scottish engineer James Watt who invented the steam engine; he supplied machinery for the new Mint on Tower Hill in 1805. Boulton also designed for the commercial art market, devising ormolu (gilt brass) mounts for the English potter Josiah Wedgwood's decorative wares. Both men belonged to the Lunar Society, a group of prominent Midlands men who developed ideas and techniques in science, manufacturing and transport.
W: 385.
[Ref: 52083]   £320.00  
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[Henry Chichely] Henricus Chichley Archiep Cant:
[Henry Chichely] Henricus Chichley Archiep Cant: Fund:r Coll: Omn: Animarum Aº Dº 1437.
[after Wilhelm Sonmans.]
Summ: cum Humil: & Observ.tia D.D.D. J. Faber. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"), with large margins. Creased on left.
Henry Chichele (or Chichely, c.1364-1443), Archbishop of Canterbury (1414-43) and founded All Souls College, Oxford. One of a set of portraits of founders of Oxford Colleges after portraits by Wilhelm Sonmans (d.1708), now in the Bodleian Library
CS 34.
[Ref: 51980]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[William Crockford] W. Crockford [facsimile signature.]
[William Crockford] W. Crockford [facsimile signature.]
R.S.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Coloured lithograph. Sheet 210 x 135mm (8¼ x 5¼"). Binding marks in left edge.
William Crockford (1775 - 1844). After working with his father as a fishmonger he won a large sum of money, which he used to found a gambling house In St James's Street, 'Crockford's', which made him one of the richest men in England.
[Ref: 52058]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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The Princes in the Tower.
The Princes in the Tower.
Painted by John Everett Millais R.A. Engraved by Samuel Cousins R.A.
London Published 16th March 1879 by The Fine Art Society (Limited) 146, New Bond Street.
Mezzotint. Sheet 740 x 470mm (29 x 18½"). Trimmed to plate, slight creasing in title left; backed with paper.
The famous portrait of Edward V and his brother Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York, as prisoners in the Tower of London. The original painting is in the Royal Holloway picture collection.
Whitman: 221
[Ref: 51985]   £230.00  
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Walterus de Merton Summus Angliæ Cancell:s.
Walterus de Merton Summus Angliæ Cancell:s. Episc: Roff:s Fund:r Coll: Merton Aº D.ni 1267.
[after Wilhelm Sonmans.]
Summa. cum Humil: & Observantia D.D.D. J. Faber. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"), with large margins.
Walter de Merton (1205-77), Lord Chancellor of England, Bishop of Rochester and founder of Merton College, Oxford. One of a set of portraits of founders of Oxford Colleges after portraits by Wilhelm Sonmans (d.1708), now in the Bodleian Library.
CS 34.
[Ref: 51982]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Tho:s de Rotheram
Tho:s de Rotheram alias Scot Lincoln: deinde Archiep: Ebor totius Angliæ Cancell.s Coll: B. Mariæ, & Omn. Sanct: Lincoln Fund: Secund: Aº D.i 1478.
[after Wilhelm Sonmans.]
Summa. cum Humil: & Observ.tia D.D.D. J. Faber. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"), with large margins.
Thomas Rotherham (1423-1500), appointed Bishop of Rochester in 1468, Lincoln in 1472, and then Archbishop of York in 1480 until his death. He twice served as Lord Chancellor. After the Wars of the Roses his patronage saved Lincoln College Oxford, which had recieved its charter from the deposed Lancastrians. One of a set of portraits of founders of Oxford Colleges after portraits by Wilhelm Sonmans (d.1708), now in the Bodleian Library.
CS 34.
[Ref: 51983]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Gulielmus Smyth Episc: Lincoln:s
Gulielmus Smyth Episc: Lincoln:s Primus Walliæ Præses Academiæ Oxon: Cancellarius Aulæ Regiæ & Coll: Ænei Nasi Fund.ru Unus Aº Dº 1512.
[after Wilhelm Sonmans.]
Summa cum Humili: & Observantia D.D.D. J. Faber. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"), with large margins.
William Smyth (or Smith, c. 1460-1514), Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (1493-6), Bishop of Lincoln (1496 until his death), Chancellor of the University of Oxford (1500-c.1502), Lord President of the Council of Wales and the Marches and co-founder of Brasenose College, Oxford. One of a set of portraits of founders of Oxford Colleges after portraits by Wilhelm Sonmans (d.1708), now in the Bodleian Library
CS 34.
[Ref: 51981]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Elizabeth Stanhope] Contemplation.
[Elizabeth Stanhope] Contemplation.
Painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Engrav'd by Car.e Watson. Engraver to her Majesty.
Publish'd Jan. 1st. 1790, by John & Josiah Boydell, Cheapside, & at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall London.
Stipple and mezzotint. 355 x 290mm (14 x 7½"), with large margins. Uncut.
Portrait of Elizabeth Stanhope, daughter of Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Grafton, and wife of William Stanhope, 2nd Earl of Harrington.
Hamilton: Pg 135 III of IV.
[Ref: 52000]   £380.00  
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Stanley [facsimile signature]
Stanley [facsimile signature] [The Right Hon.ble Lord Stanley. Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.]
Painted by Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. Engraved by James Faed.
London, Published June 15th. 1868, by Henry Graves & Co. the Proprietors, Publishers to H.M. the Queen, and T.R.H. the Prince & Princess of Wales, 6, Pall Mall. Copyright Registered.
Mezzotint, proof before title, on chine collé. 760 x 490mm (30 x 19¼"), with Printsellers' Association blind stamp. Limited edition 325. Some wear to edge at bottom, surface soiling.
Edward Henry Stanley (1826-93, 15th Earl of Derby, who was Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs twice: firstly 1866-8, in the premiership of his father, Edward Smith-Stanley; and secondly 1874-8, under Benjamin Disraeli.
[Ref: 52077]   £240.00  
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[Walter de Stapledon] Gualterus Stapledonus
[Walter de Stapledon] Gualterus Stapledonus Episc: Exon & Magn: Angl: Thesaur.s Coll: Exon: et Aulae Cerv:uæ fund: Aº Dº 1316 [...]
[after Wilhelm Sonmans.]
Summa cum Humil: & Observantia D.D.D. J. Faber. [n.d., c.1715.]
Mezzotint. 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"), with large margins.
Walter de Stapledon (1261-1326), Bishop of Exeter (1308-26) Lord Treasurer in 1320 & 1326, and founder of Exeter College, Oxford. One of a set of portraits of founders of Oxford Colleges after portraits by Wilhelm Sonmans (d.1708), now in the Bodleian Library
CS 34.
[Ref: 51979]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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The King and his Ministers in Council.
The King and his Ministers in Council. To Her most excellent Majesty, Adelaide, Queen of England, This Print is dedicated by Her most Loyal, Respectful, and Obedient Subject, John Knight.
Drawn on Stone by O'Conner. R. Martin, Lithog. 124, High Holborn.
London. Printed for John Knight, 51 Paternoster Row. [n.d., c.1832.]
Fine coloured lithograph on chine collé. 235 x 270mm (9¼ x 10½"). Chine collé abraded in inscription, hole in backing card.
Scarce portrait of William IV and his ministers, including Broughton, Grey, Holland, Russell and Lansdowne, around a table on which are papers relating to Parliamentary reform. William gave the Royal Assent to the Reform Bill on 7 June 1832.
[Ref: 52032]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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