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Some of the photographs of glazed items show reflections and stray colours for which I apologise!

Artists include: FREDERICK CHRISTIAN LEWIS SNR (1779-1856), was an eminent painter, etcher, aquatint and stipple engraver. Lewis transformed numerous natural history paintings by Philip Reinagle into aquatints. His superlative skills as engraver led to frequent commissions from Royalty, and to his contribution to J. M. W. Turner's Liber Studiorum, a collection of seventy-one etchings with mezzotint, greatly influencing landscape painting. Apart from the River Dart volume he produced a similar volume on the Exe. As the frames have scratches buyers may prefer to have the etchings sent in their mounts but without the frame and glazing. Postage costs will then be reduced. None of these etchings have been examined out of the frames.

ROBERT HILLS (1769 - 1844). English Painter & Etcher. He exhibited six or seven drawings annually at the Royal Academy and was a member of the Society of Water-colours. His favourite subjects were cattle, sheep, donkeys, pigs, horses and above all deer. The British Museum holds the artist's collection of his own etchings, over 1200 of the finest impressions and proofs.

HERBERT RAILTON. I have added a score of the ORIGINAL SIGNED ARTWORK DRAWINGS in pen & ink on card by HERBERT RAILTON for: EDINBURGH - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906. Herbert Railton was born in Lancashire. He trained as an architect at the firm of W.S. Varley in Blackburn. He joined the local literary club where he met artist Charles Haworth, who became his mentor, and gave him further instruction in working in black and white. After his drawings of a railway accident at Blackburn station (1881) were published in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, Railton went on to become one of the leading illustrators of his day. Railton provided many black and white illustrations for magazines and books - including editions of books by famous authors such Oliver Goldsmith, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson, etc., and travel guides, such as The Story of Oxford, The Story of Chartres, Coaching Days and Coaching Ways, Moated Houses, Pen Drawings of Florence, etc., etc. Despite my best efforts, the images of these Railton drawings do not adequately show the contrast between the black ink and the white board.

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The list of 181 items in category ORIGINAL ART & FRAMED PRINTS has been split into 4 sections. This is section 1.

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Antique carved fruitwood marriage bed pediment
Overall this panel is 1500mm (approximately 4 feet 6 inches) wide and 180mm (7 inches) high. It is carved in a harder wood (cherry?) and backed onto a softer fruitwood, possibly pear.
1887 - 150 x 18 cm

Antique nineteenth century carved fruitwood marriage bed pediment, probably French and from a pair of farming families. This delightful panel is beautifully carved with a ram and a sheep beneath a garland of vines bearing bunches of grapes and surmounted by a star. On either side of this central relief are large flower heads and, stretching to the extremities of the panel, are garlands. The one on the left is of oak leaves and acorns and that on the right, possibly the arbutus or strawberry tree. A central scroll is dated 1887 with initials V N ET M A. The item has suffered from worming in the past as may be seen to a limited extent on the front but mainly in the softer backing wood. This is a wonderful interior design object and will make a delightful present on the occasion of a marriage or anniversary and will look good on the wall of a farm, small-holding or in the most chic of city lofts or apartments!

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Ref 39140 : £75


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Bath. Kennet & Avon Canal by Sydney Gardens with the view of Cleveland House.
Original watercolour painting by Diana Harding
1988 - 46 x 50 cm

Signed by the artist and dated í88, framed and glazed. The Kennet & Avon Canal by Sydney Gardens, Bath with the view of Cleveland House. Delightful watercolour of the canal where it tunnels under Cleveland House. The area within the mount is 275 x 305 mm. The image shown has some reflections from being glazed which I have not been able to clear! Appears in excellent condition but not examined out of the very attractive gilt frame.

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Ref 37710 : £28


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Berkeley Castle, the Chapel.
Views of Berkeley Castle. Taken on the Spot and drawn on Stone, by Mr. H. Marklove. December, 1840.
1840 - 56 x 45.5 cm

Hand coloured lithograph delin: H. Marklove; A. Pocock, Lithographer, Bristol. Framed and glazed in a quality wood frame, gilt. 560 x 455 mm; mount window 380 x 270mm. Appears in good condition with paper lightly toned but not examined out of the frame. There are only three copies of the book shown on COPAC (The database of 90 UK and Irish academic, national & specialist library catalogues): The British Library, The Guildhall Library in London and Oxford University. I cannot find any other original antique examples of this print for sale.

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Ref 39183 : £40


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Berkeley Castle, the Hall.
Delin: H. Marklove from Views of Berkeley Castle. Taken on the Spot and drawn on Stone, by Mr. H. Marklove. December, 1840.
1840 - 45.5 x 43 cm

Hand coloured lithograph framed and glazed in a quality wood frame, gilt. 455 x 430 mm; mount window 315 x 250mm. Appears in good condition with paper toned but not examined out of the frame. There are only three copies of the book shown on COPAC (The database of 90 UK and Irish academic, national & specialist library catalogues): The British Library, The Guildhall Library in London and Oxford University. I cannot find any other original antique examples of this print for sale.

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Ref 39184 : £40


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Berkley (Berkeley) Castle.
Original multi-stone colour lithograph by W. Walton printed by M & N Hanhart, lithographers after the artist F. W. Hulme.
1858 - 42 x 35 cm

In a Hogarth frame, glazed. Produced for Samuel Carter Hall's The Baronial Halls and Picturesque Edifices of England published by Willis & Sotheran, 136 Strand, London, W.C. The print is on heavy paper, with a 27 x 20 cm mount window, including the captions. Appears in excellent condition. Frederick William Hulme (1816-1884) was an English landscape painter and illustrator born in Swinton in Yorkshire. The artist's mother was a porcelain painter who inspired and taught her son his first lessons in art. Hulme is well known for illustrating a number of books including the works of Edgar Allan Poe as well as S. C. Hall. Hulme was primarily known for his landscapes of Surrey and Wales, their brightness and precision.

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Ref 37708 : £35


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Bordeaux. La Porte de la Grosse Cloche, St Eloi.
Coloured etching, signed in the plate and in pencil by the artist, D. Donald.
1923 - 30 x 44 cm

Published in 1923 by the Museum Galleries, Museum Street, London W. C. Laid down and in original bevelled mount which is somewhat toned. Mount window 145 x 280mm. In good overall condition with just a slight fault on the upper advert, (see image). On offer elsewhere at £95.

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Ref 37723 : £25


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Bristol. View from Pile Hill
Published by John Agg, Broadmead, Bristol. Jan 2nd 1809. E Bird, del and Heath sc.
1809 - 32 x 27 cm

Bristol is seen from afar with St Mary Redcliffe to the left without its spire, several pottery kilns emitting smoke, etc. The print is in a Hogarth frame, glazed. The bevelled gold ruled ivory mount has a window size: 185 x 130mm, frame overall: 320 x 270mm. Appears in good condition except for very light toning at the edge of the mount window and paper not entirely flat near the lower right corner but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37731 : £20


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Bristol: Stoke Bishop
This plate is either from Britannia Illustrata: Curiously Engraven on 80 Copper Plates. 1709/1712 OR The Ancient and Present State of Glocestershire 1712, re-issued 1768. Robert Atkyns. Frame 645 x 580mm; engraved area 440 x 340mm.
c1712 - 64.5 x 58 cm

A splendid antique original copper engraving of a clean birds-eye view of Stoke Bishop, the Seat of Sir Thomas Cann showing the Hall, the formal gardens, the park, the farm and the surrounding countryside with the Bristol Channel in the distance. Coat of arms. Drawn and engraved by Jan Kip. Light centre fold. In a very nice gilt frame, glazed. Bevelled mount with four hand ruled lines. Robert Cann born c 1621, was a Bristol Merchant and twice mayor of Bristol in 1662 and 1675. Robert received the honour of knighthood from King Charles the Second on 22nd April 1662, then was given the baronetcy on the 13th September 1662. Robert built the house which was finished around 1669. His son William became the 2nd Baronet. The title then passed to a son, Sir Thomas Cann, by his third (?) wife, who held the office of Alderman of Bristol and was invested as a Knight on 18 April 1680. The last Baronet, Robert, died without issue in 1775.

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Ref 39785 : £150


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Cambridge. Great Gate, Trinity College
Marjorie C Bates (1883-1962):
c1920 - 27.5 x 37.5 cm

Coloured lithograph in a light card mount. Mount window 190 x 150 mm. Signed in the plate. Titled in pencil in the margin.

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Ref 39490 : £8


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Cambridge. The Bridge, Queens College
Marjorie C Bates (1883-1962):
c1920 - 27.5 x 37.5 cm

Coloured lithograph in a light card mount. Mount window 140 x 200 mm. Signed in the plate. Titled in pencil in the margin.

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Ref 39489 : £8


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Chepstow, Monmouthshire. New Railway Bridge, No.1.
Steel Vignette engraved & published by Newman & Co., Watling Street, London.
c1852 - 16.5 x 14.5 cm

Shows a steam train crossing the bridge over the River Wye with a steam boat and several sailing vessels below. The Chepstow railway bridge was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1852. The engraving in a gilt-ruled bevelled charcoal mount in a gilt and black frame. Mount window size: 100 x 80mm, frame overall: 165 x 145mm. In very good condition.

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Ref 37768 : £22


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Cheshire. Morton Old Hall, (Little Moreton Hall), Odd Rode
Original pen & ink drawing by Charles R Groves, signed.
20th century - 31.5 x 25 cm

A 15th century half-timbered house now in the care of English Heritage. In a bevelled mid-grey mount. Mount window size: 200 x 150mm, mount overall: 315 x 250mm. In good condition, although the paper is toned.

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Ref 37773 : £14


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Cotswold manor House.
Gordon Ellis, signed and dated 1986.
1986 - 63 x 53 cm

Original watercolour in a double bevelled mount. Mount window 495 x 395 mm; overall size including frame 630 x 530 mm.

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Ref 39795 : £28


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Cruikshank cartoon. Pat Answers, or Points of Irish Humour
George Cruikshank
1826 - 37.5 x 28 cm

Original antique cartoon with original hand colouring. Image 250 x 210 mm. Small stain in left hand margin. Verso somewhat soiled.

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Ref 39696 : £30


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Cruikshank cartoon. Premium, Par & Discount.
George Cruikshank
1822 - 38 x 27.5 cm

Original antique cartoon with original hand colouring. Image 280 x 220 mm. Small stain in upper corner of margin. Paper a little toned. Verso somewhat soiled with closed edge tears outside the printed area.

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Ref 39697 : £30


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Dartmeet Bridge.
Included in his Picturesque Scenery on the River Dart, Devon. In Thirty Five Plates and Three Vignettes, published in 1821. Please see the paragraph at the head of page one for details of this top quality artist.
1820 - 40 x 34.5 cm

A view down the valley from the North. An original etching by Frederick Christian Lewis Snr. An Artistís proof dated 1820. In a silvered frame with double bevelled mount and a separate title window below. 400 x 345 mm overall; mount window 255 x 195 mm. The frame is very chipped, see images. Can be sent at less expense just in its mount. A really beautiful and finely executed etching by this acknowledged master of the craft. In very clean condition.

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Ref 39814 : £50


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Dartmoor. Post Bridge
Wood engraving
c1865 - 27 x 19.5 cm

Hand coloured Victorian wood engraving in a bevel cut mount; framed and glazed. This is an original antique and its authenticity is guaranteed. It dates from around 1865 with later hand colouring. Appears in excellent condition but not examined out of the frame. The print window is 180 x 100mm. Note: The frame has one or two bumps.

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Ref 37715 : £18


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Denbighshire. Pont-Y-Cissyltte, in the Vale of Llangollen.
Etching by F. Slocombe after David Cox
c1885 - 29.5 x 20.5 cm

This aqueduct 1007 feet in length carries the waters of the Ellesmere Canal over the River Dee. Image area 180 x 120 mm, mount overall 295 x 205 mm. Excellent condition save for one pinhole that is seen only when held to the light.

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Ref 37780 : £24


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Dickens. A Coaching Dream of Dickens; (Waiting for the Horses).
Framed & glazed 745 x 495 mm overall; pseudo plate mark 500 x 350 mm. The frame is of classic solid oak and dates from the middle of the 20th century.
c1930 - 74.5 x 49.5 cm

Vintage print especially drawn by John W. Houghton, dated (19)11. Copyright by Frank Speaight, the celebrated English actor who regularly toured the United States as well as Canada and Australia with his novel entertainments. His 1931 US tour is described as his 20th US tour. He gave one man shows, many linked to Dickens. The picture is full of characters from Dickensí novels.

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Ref 38040 : £25


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Drawing. Climbing. The Artist climbing the Pinnacles, Liathach in Torridon, Wester Ross.
Original pencil drawing by V S Penfold, signed and dated 7/1990.
1990 - 27 x 32.5 cm

Framed & glazed in a Hogarth style frame. Appears in good condition but not examined out of the frame. Overall 270 x 325 mm.

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Ref 38033 : £15


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Drawing. Climbing. Vic Penfold & Slim Reed of Sussex Mountaineering Federation on Beinn Eighe.
Original pencil drawing by V S Penfold, signed and dated 8/1990.
1990 - 27 x 32.5 cm

Framed & glazed in a Hogarth style frame. The mount is a little creased, see image, but otherwise appears in good condition but not examined out of the frame. Overall 270 x 325 mm.

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Ref 38032 : £18


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Drawing. Four studies of flowers
Original 19th century pencil drawings; verso a pencil signature on a slip of the same paper; Mr Thos Cripps with the date July 1re.
19th century - 28 x 30.5 cm

Four separate blooms accurately drawn; verso some more studies of flowers. In good condition save for a 3 or 4 spots; paper a little dusty. In a bevelled ivory mount. Mount window size: 165 x 190mm, mount overall: 280 x 305mm.

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Ref 37776 : £12


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Drawing. Old Cottages
Frank Luna
1966 - 40.5 x 31.5 cm

Original pencil sketch in a bevelled and hand ruled ivory mount. Signed and dated by the artist in pencil. Mount window 165 x 85 mm. The mount has a few faint spots.

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Ref 39491 : £15


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Drawing. Ruined Abbey.
Original sketch in pen and ink. Signed R. M. R. (R. M. Rawnsley?) and dated 1961. In a light bevelled mount 200 x 250 mm overall; mount window 110 x 145 mm. In very good condition.
1961 - 20 x 25 cm

Neat sketch of the ruined church on card that was a menu cover for the Artists' Club of Liverpool. Some signatures verso including the artist's.

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Ref 38044 : £12


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Drawing. Southern European style peasant house
Original pencil drawing signed Lina on a two colour background by screen print
Early 20th century? - 35 x 28 cm

Neat amateur drawing in a bevelled light-grey mount. Mount window size: 250 x 160mm, mount overall 350 x 280mm. In very good condition.

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Ref 37775 : £8


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Dundee, from the Opposite Side of the Tay.
Engraved by Charles Richardson (fl.1835-1842) from an original study by the well-known William Henry Bartlett, 1809-1854.
c1835 - 32 x 27 cm

A view of the town from across the Firth with many small boats on the water. An attractive antique steel line engraving on paper. London: George Virtue, 1841. Originally produced for the part-work series Ports, Harbours, Watering Places and Coast Scenery of Great Britain (London: 1836-1842). Gilt frame, 32 x 27cm overall, 20 x 15cm mount window. Subtle later hand colour. Looks lightly toned but not examined out of frame. A guaranteed genuine antique print.

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Ref 39224 : £18


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Durham Cathedral and Prebends Bridge
Margaret M Rudge
c1920 - 27 x 37 cm

Drypoint etching in a light card hand ruled mount. Signed & titled by the artist in pencil. Mount window 105 x 155 mm. Margaret M. Rudge specialised in etchings of English locations, and between 1913 and 1929, she exhibited at the Royal Academy and Society of Women Artists.

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Ref 39487 : £16


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Edinburgh. Allan Ramsay's Shop
Drawn for page 235 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 22 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Ref 39148 : £15


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Edinburgh. Canongate Churchyard, Fergusson's Tomb
Drawn for page 129 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 21.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. Faint spot (see image).

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Ref 39151 : £10


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Edinburgh. Canongate Tolbooth
Drawn for page 127 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Ref 39143 : £25


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Edinburgh. Castle Esplanade
Drawn for page 86 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. A little spotting in the outer margin.

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Ref 39162 : £25


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Edinburgh. College Wynd
Drawn for page 251 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. The odd spot (see image).

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Ref 39157 : £15


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Edinburgh. Holyrood Chapel, Doorway
Drawn for page 53 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 24 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Ref 39142 : £15


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Edinburgh. Hyndford's Close
Drawn for page 240 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 19.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Edinburgh. John Knox's House
Drawn for page 198 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1905 - 24 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1905. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. Lacks RH lower corner of the card (see image).

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Ref 39147 : £25


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Edinburgh. John Knox's Room
Drawn for page 242 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 24.5 x 18 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Edinburgh. Magdalene Chapel
Drawn for page 264 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 8.5 x 20.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. Faint surface marks in the margins, (see image).

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Ref 39159 : £10


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Edinburgh. Mercat Cross
Drawn for page 163 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 24 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. A little spotting in margins, (see image).

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Ref 39152 : £12


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Edinburgh. Paul's Wark
Drawn for page 290 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 20.5 x 33.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Ref 39161 : £12


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Edinburgh. Potter Row
Drawn for page 249 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 24 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. A little spotting in the outer margin.

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Ref 39156 : £12


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Edinburgh. Reid's Close
Drawn for page 134 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. Small area of surface rubbed under signature, (see image)

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Edinburgh. Riddle's Court, Chimney and Gables
Drawn for page 282 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 16.5 x 26.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Edinburgh. St. Giles
Original sepia toned etching by J. McKay. The picture is signed in pencil bottom right corner.
c1920 - 36 x 28 cm

St Giles Cathedral and the High Street looking East across West Parliament Square. A lively scene with people and carts with the spire of St Peterís Church in the distance. In an old hand ruled bevelled mount, 360 x 280mm overall; mount window 225 x 180mm. Good condition save for some matt burn and a few tiny spots in the sky.

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Edinburgh. St. Giles' Cathedral (Interior)
Drawn for page 138 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Edinburgh. St. Giles' Cathedral, looking East
Drawn for page 155 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23.5 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Edinburgh. The Castle from the Grassmarket, Frontispiece
Drawn for the Frontispiece of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 23 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn and a smear affecting the castle (see image). PRICE REDUCED.

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Edinburgh. The Netherbow Port
Drawn for page 243 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 15 x 24.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn.

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Ref 39155 : £12


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Edinburgh. The Old Tolbooth
Original etching by Louis Whirter; aka Louis Weierter; aka Louis Weirter (1873 - 1932)
N.D. First quarter C20th - 36 x 46 cm

Whirter was a Scottish artist, etcher, illustrator and inventor who also designed posters for the Underground Group. He was an original member of the Scottish Society of Artists and exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Paris Salon, etc. Signed in pencil by the artist. Framed & glazed. Mount window 17 x 22 cm. In gold anodised aluminium frame. Appears in excellent condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37709 : £45


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