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La Contravention.
La Contravention.
Fernel fec.
Dietrich & Co. Éditeurs, Bruxelles [n.d., c.1910].
Rare chromolithograph. Sheet 365 x 865mm (14½ x 34") with large margins. Wear to the left edge.
An automobile speeds away from a bicycle policeman, with the red-headed passenger cocks a snoot with one hand and covers the number plate with a hat in the other. By Fernand Fernel (1872-1934).
[Ref: 51406]   £320.00  
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[Moto-Fuite.]
[Moto-Fuite.]
Georges Meunier. [also signed in pencil.] Imp. Chaix Paris.
Es. Sagot - Editeur. [n.d., c.1900.]
Lithograph, a limited edition, 86/100. Sheet 635 x 465mm (25 x 18¼"). Small tear to the edge of the large margins.
A young woman is being lured into an automobile by a driver as his wife is being restrained by another driver. By Henri-Georges Meunier (1873-1922)
[Ref: 51404]   £320.00  
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[Moto-flirt.]
[Moto-flirt.]
Georges Meunier. [also signed in pencil.] Imp. Chaix Paris.
Es. Sagot - Editeur. [n.d., c.1900.]
Lithograph, a limited edition, 63/100. Sheet 635 x 465mm (25 x 18¼"). A small tear to the edge of the very large margins.
A driver stands in the passenger seat of his automobile to flirt with a girl over a high wall. She holds a tennis racket. By Henri-Georges Meunier (1873-1922).
[Ref: 51405]   £320.00  
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Procès-Verbal.
Procès-Verbal.
A. Molynk.
[n.d., c.1905.]
Rare chromolithograph. Sheet 440 x 895mm (17¼ x 35¼") with large margins. Wear to the edges.
An automobile with four passangers speeds past a tethered horse, a policeman with a sword running after it.
[Ref: 51407]   £320.00  
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[Car race.]
[Car race.]
And. Nevil 05 [in plate, reversed]. ESA [mongram.]
[L'Estampe Sportive Artistique, n.d., c.1905.]
Rare chromolithograph in chine collé, signed in pencil by the artist. 495 x 780mm (19½ x 30¾") with very large margins. Backing paper damaged. Slight damage to the Indian paper at the top.
An automobile racing down a country road, scaring a carthorse which rears, upsetting the cart and freeing geese.
[Ref: 51409]   £420.00  
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[Car race.]
[Car race.]
And. Nevil Juill. 05 [in plate]. ESA [mongram.]
A Été Imprime par La S.te des Établissements Artistiques Minot en Aout 1905 pour L'Estampe Sportive Artistique.
Rare chromolithograph in chine collé, signed in pencil by the artist. 490 x 780mm (19¼ x 30¾") with very large margins. Backing paper is damaged. With a stain near the signature.
An automobile racing down a country road, chased by a terrier, watched by crowds lining the road.
[Ref: 51408]   £520.00  
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South Devon Railway.
South Devon Railway. View of the Landslip near the Parson and Clerk Rock between Dawlish and Teignmouth. December 29th 1852.
On Stone by F. Jones. W. Spreat Lithographer Exeter.
Published by L. Westcott, Dawlisg. [n.d., c.1852.]
A very rare tinted lithograph with hand colour. Sheet 375 x 515mm (14¾ x 20¼"). Some spotting and staining.
A view of a landslip that blocked the railway line that still runs on an embankment between the sea and high cliffs. Locomotives on either side of the blockage disgorge their passengers to look. The railway was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and was originally planned to use the 'atmospheric system'. This concept was abandoned in 1848. The nearest train is 'Rocket', a Comet class locomotive (4-4-0 saddle tank broad gauge) which served between 1851-77.
[Ref: 51268]   £420.00  
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