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Artists include: FREDERICK CHRISTIAN LEWIS SNR (1779-1856), was an eminent painter, etcher, aquatint and stipple engraver. Lewis transformed numerous natural history paintings into aquatints. His superlative skills as an 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, which greatly influenced landscape painting. Apart from the River Dart volume he produced a similar volume on the Exe. As the frames have been scratched buyers may prefer to have the etchings sent in their mounts alone. 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. (1857-1910). 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. Methuen, 1906. 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 and travel guides, such as Coaching Days and Coaching Ways. Despite my best efforts, the images of these Railton drawings do not adequately show the contrast between the black ink and the white board.


The list of 215 items in category ORIGINAL ART & FRAMED PRINTS has been split into 4 sections. This is section 3.

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Haystacks in Provence, 1888 by Van Gogh

C20th. - 27 x 20 cm

Watercolour copy of this famous painting, shown as it would be in a mount. On card 270 x 200 mm; image 185 x 140 mm.

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Ref 39981 : £9


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Hereford Cathedral from the River
Original sepia toned etching by Peter Graham (1836-1921). The picture is signed in pencil bottom right corner.
c1910 - 36 x 28.5 cm

Fine view of the Cathedral and surrounding buildings with the trees in full leaf. In an old hand ruled bevelled mount, 360 x 285mm overall; mount window 225 x 180mm. Good condition save for some matt burn. Peter Graham was a Scottish landscape, cattle and coastal painter who exhibited 67 times at the Royal Academy. He became a member of the Royal Academy in 1881.

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Ref 38023 : £15


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Humour. Gallantry
Wood engraving from John Leech pictures of life and character.
c1860 - 20 x 25 cm

The hand coloured wood engraving features a lady picking up her own fallen bouquet while her beau stands looking through a monocle. In a double bevelled mount within a brown and gilt frame, glazed. Mount window size: 85 x 115mm, frame overall: 205 x 265mm. Appears in good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37765 : £8


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Hunting.
Four antique hunting engravings in silver aluminium box frames, glazed.
1870 - 44 x 30 cm

Sheldon-Williams & C. Hunt. Published by J. McQueen, London & Paris. Going to Cover. March 2nd 1870. The Find - Tally ho aw ay-o – o! (sic). March 28th1870. The Finish - Hi! Into Him. March 2nd 1870. The Return Home - Dulce Domum. March 2nd 1870. Mount windows 320 x 170 mm; frames 440 x 300 mm overall. The engravings are somewhat toned. My apologies for shadows of the photograher on these imges.

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Ref 39993 : £40


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Ireland. Galway, Pass of Salruc.
Hand coloured antique steel engraved print by Edward Radcliffe, (1809-1863), engraver. After E W Fairholt s drawing from the original picture by Thomas Creswick (1811-1869). Published by Jeremiah How, 132 Fleet St., London between 1820 & 1870.
Mid C19th - 22.5 x 27 cm

In ivory and gold frame with ivory ruled mount. Mount window size: 280 x 205mm, frame overall: 225 x 270mm. Appears in excellent condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37764 : £9


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Isle of Wight. Carisbrooke, entrance to the village from Newport and the castle keep.
Drawn & Engraved by George Brannon
1820 - 41 x 33 cm

Original antique hand coloured engraving framed and glazed with an ivory bevel cut mount. Mount window 215 x 150 mm. The frame is black & gilt in very good condition. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39702 : £18


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Isle of Wight. Newport.
Drawn & Engraved by George Brannon
1830 - 35 x 27 cm

Original antique hand coloured engraving framed and glazed with a hand-ruled wine colour bevel cut mount. Mount window 245 x 175 mm. The Hogarth frame is black & gilt in good condition; the mount is a little faded and has a very slight matt burn around the margins. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39701 : £20


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Isle of Wight. Wootton Bridge & Fernhill.
Drawn & Engraved by George Brannon
1831 - 38 x 31 cm

Original antique hand coloured engraving framed and glazed with an ivory bevel cut mount. Mount window 260 x 180 mm. The frame is black & gilt in fairly good condition. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39700 : £16


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Italian Sea Coast
Inscribed Montullo .
C19th, 2nd half - 30 x 20 cm

Original antique gouache painting of the Amalfi Coast (?). In antique but marked gold bevelled mount. Mount window 210 x 95 mm; mount approx 300 x 200 mm.

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Ref 39974 : £15


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Italian Sea Coast
Was a pair with another similarly sized work inscribed Montullo.
C19th, 2nd half - 30 x 20 cm

Original antique gouache painting of the Amalfi Coast (?). In antique but bubbled gold bevelled mount. Mount window 210 x 95 mm; mount approx 300 x 200 mm.

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Ref 39975 : £15


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Italy. Cathedral at Bari, Southern Italy
Sydney Maher ??
1920 - 28 x 53.5 cm

Original etching in a bevelled ivory mount. Signed by the artist in pencil in the margin. Mount window 175 x 365 mm. Working Proof.

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Ref 39494 : £10


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Jer-Falcon
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39206 : £12


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Kite
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39205 : £12


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Lake District. Ullswater.
Henry G. Walker. Signed in Pencil.
Early 20th century - 48 x 37 overall cm

Landscape with figures including shepherd, his collie and a flock of sheep. Original coloured Soft Ground Etching. Paper a little toned. Framed and glazed. Bevelled mount with gold hand ruling. Frame 480 x 370mm; engraved area 320 x 205mm. Not examined out of frame. Gilt frame has tiny chip from one corner and some marks from its age. Henry George Walker, 1876-1932, was born in Birmingham and attended Birmingham Municipal School of Art between 1897 and 1901. He owned his own design studio in 1907 and produced many polychrome and monochrome etchings in the early 1920s.

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Ref 39786 : £36


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Larry: Herriot Chapter 10
I saw your landing, he said. Delightful, quite delightful.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 12
I rolled the little animal on his back and then laughed.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 13
I call him Digger because he s dug large holes in the garden ever since his puppy days.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 14
the big cow .lowered her head and gently nudged him back in again.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 15
She was standing with the packet in her hand, scooping the contents into her mouth with a spoon.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 17
I was whispering lovely things into Lydia s ear, the next second I grabbed her, threw her off the couch and out of the French window.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 18
The vaccine they use for babies is made from the cow pox virus. You carried it from the baby to the cow.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 19
I looked around me at the heap of boots, the piled mounds of shirts .proof that the RAF was finding me a bit of a problem.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 20
.a man pushing a pram .on a lonely moorland road, the sight merits a second glance. Especially when the pram contains a large dog.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 21
I located it at last. Just like the door of an ordinary house with a faded wooden sign hanging above it.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 23
She was twice ejected from meetings of the Rural District Council who did not seem to relish the idea of a cat sitting in on their deliberations.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 24
I took a fresh grip on my cardboard case, turned towards the exit from the square and set off, left-right, left-right
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 4
Skipper started on the big dog s ear dragging the massive head down to one side.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 5
For a long time little Mrs Pilling was going to give her husband pure hell.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 6
Len was lying unconscious face down across the cow s body.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 9
He barked, Mr Herriot! Joshua barked!
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Lincoln from the Castle.
A finely engraved early 19th century view of Lincoln Cathedral, as seen from the castle
c1836 - 24 x 21.5 cm

Original antique steel engraving with later hand colour which was drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by F. J. Havell, and published in Thomas Allom's The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated. (London: Fisher & Son, 1836 / 1837). c.1836. Gilt frame with bevelled mount. Multiple hand rulings with wash. Mount window 130 x 100 mm. Frame 240 x 215 mm overall. Looks to be in very good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39998 : £12


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Lincolnshire. Great Ponton Dallygate. The Holy Cross.
Large finely coloured lithographic view of late 13th century church. The tower dates from 1519.
1853-1859. - 28 x 45 cm

From The Spires and Towers of the Medieval Churches of England by architect Charles Wickes and published in London by William Mort Thompson, 32 Sackville Street and Ackermann and Company, 96 Strand. 1853-1859. In a gilt frame with a bevelled mount having double gold hand rulings. Mount window 160 x 320 mm; frame overall 280 x 450 mm. Looks to be in very good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 40003 : £9


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Lincolnshire. Stamford. All Saints Place and Church.
Very large finely coloured lithographic view from all Saints Place with people, dogs and a horse and cart.
1853-1859. - 44 x 68 cm

A fine view by architect Charles Wickes and published in London by William Mort Thompson, 32 Sackville Street and Ackermann and Company, 96 Strand in The Spires and Towers of the Medieval Churches of England. In a gilt frame with a bevelled mount having double hand rulings. Mount window 280 x 510 mm; frame overall 440 x 680 mm. Looks to be in very good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 40002 : £20


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Little Owl
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39215 : £12


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Loch Katrine
Henry G. Walker. Signed in Pencil.
Early 20th century - 48 x 37 overall cm

Landscape with the loch including shepherd with his collie driving a flock of sheep. Original coloured Soft Ground Etching. Paper a little toned. Framed and glazed. Bevelled mount with double gold hand ruling. Wooden frame 480 x 370 mm; engraved area 322 x 208 mm. Not examined out of frame. Henry George Walker, 1876-1932, was born in Birmingham and attended Birmingham Municipal School of Art between 1897 and 1901. He owned his own design studio in 1907 and produced many polychrome and monochrome etchings in the early 1920s.

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Ref 39987 : £36


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Loch Ridden, Kyles of Bute
Henry G. Walker. Signed in Pencil. Remains of old label verso claiming it to be one of a strictly limited edition of Artist s Signed Proofs in colour and that he is Member of the Faculty of Arts!!
Early 20th century - 48 x 37 overall cm

Landscape with the loch including shepherd sitting smoking, his collie and a flock of sheep. Original coloured Soft Ground Etching. Paper somewhat toned. Framed and glazed. Bevelled mount with double gold hand ruling. Wooden frame 480 x 370 mm; engraved area 320 x 205 mm. Not examined out of frame but there is a small stain in the margin lower right. Henry George Walker, 1876-1932, was born in Birmingham and attended Birmingham Municipal School of Art between 1897 and 1901. He owned his own design studio in 1907 and produced many polychrome and monochrome etchings in the early 1920s.

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Ref 39986 : £36


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London. Billingsgate & Royal Exchange.
Artist and engraver unknown
Mid C19th - 20.5 x 37 cm

Pair of 19th century hand coloured engravings from an unknown source. In a gilt ruled ivory bevelled mount with each mount window size: 75 x 100mm, frame overall: 205 x 370mm. Appear in fair condition with toning around the window edges. Not examined out of the frame.

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London. Bridge Street, Blackfriars.
Lively scene with several carriages and many people strolling near the obelisk that was put there by the Blackfriars Bridge committee, who were responsible for the layout of St George's Circus.
1812 - 32 x 26 cm

Aquatint with original colour. No. 41 of R. Ackermann’s Repository of Arts etc., London Collection, Published 1st May 1812 at 101 Strand, London. Gilt frame with bevelled mount. Mount window 205 x 135 mm. Frame 320 x 260 mm overall. Framed and glazed. Good condition. Couple of spots in the sky.

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Ref 39991 : £30


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London. Foundling Hospital, Coram s Fields
John Bluck after Augustus Charles Pugin and Thomas Rowlandson
1809 - 42 x 35.5 cm

Coloured aquatint by John Bluck from the architectural drawing of Augustus Charles Pugin and its populating by Thomas Rowlandson from the Ackermann published Microcosm of London, 1808-11. The print is affixed to the mount and is lightly toned just around the edges. Verso is strongly toned but this is not noticeable on the face. In a vintage bevelled mount, somewhat toned, with a window 275 x 225mm.

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London. Greenwich Hospital.
Hand coloured steel engraving after the painting by George Chambers, engraved by J.B. Allen. Published by James S. Virtue.
c1859 - 39 x 30.5 cm

In Hogarth frame and gold ruled bevelled mount. Mount window size: 280 x 205mm, frame overall: 390 x 305mm. This engraving of Chambers' original painting of 1835 in the Royal Collection, shows the east end of Greenwich Hospital. The crane - hence Crane Street - is prominent as are the children and their dog in the foreground. Condition is very good except for very light toning at the edge of the mount window.

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London. Holborn - Old Shops.
W Murray
c1910 - 41 x 32 cm

Original antique etching, framed and glazed with a hand-ruled ivory bevel cut mount. Mount window 220 x 170 mm. The frame is rather scratched. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39699 : £12


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London. Houses of Lords and Commons from Old Palace Yard. Source,
Artist and engraver unknown
Early C19th - 27.5 x 23.5 cm

Artist and engraver unknown but dating from late 18th or early 19th century. Lightly hand coloured engraving in a bevelled ivory mount in a Hogarth frame. Mount window size: 155 x 95mm, frame overall: 275 x 235mm. Appears in very good condition with possibly a very faint damp line in the lower right corner which is hardly noticeable but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37741 : £15


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London. Old Houses, Holborn
W Edinlaw
c1910 - 27 x 23 cm

Original etching, Laid down and in a bevelled ivory mount. Signed by the artist in pencil. Mount window 195 x 150 mm. Title in pencil on the mount.

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Ref 39484 : £15


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London. St James s Palace.
David Gentleman studied illustration at the Royal College of Art under Edward Bawden and John Nash. He has had more than 100 commissions for British stamp editions; a record among designers. He went on to make many lithographs of buildings.
1970s - 54 x 68.5 cm

Original limited edition artist's print by David Gentleman, (born 1930) is one of Britain’s most successful artist-designers. Dating from the 1970s and published by the Curwen Gallery iy is numbered 190/195 and signed in pencil by the artist. Looks in very nice condition but not examined out of the frame. This coloured lithograph is framed and glazed but the frame is rather scratched. Engraved area 375 x 490 mm. Sheet size 450 x 600 mm; overall size 540 x 685 mm. His unframed prints, where available, are mostly on sale at £250 to £350.

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London. The New Buildings in the Strand, called the Adelphi, viewed from the River Thames.
Alexander Hogg
1784 - 56 x 45 overall cm

A handsome antique print - the recently completed Adelphi Terrace designed by Robert Adam - a view from the Thames - the spire of St. Martin in the Fields in the distance. Originally produced for Hogg's part-work publication: The New, Complete, and Universal History, Description and Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, ostensibly written by A Society of Gentlemen and revised by William Thornton. Copper line engraving on paper. Later hand colour. Mount window 285 x 193 mm; overall size including frame 560 x 450 mm. Antiqued gold frame, bevel cut mount with hand ruled lines and wash in colour and gold surrounding the image. Overall in very good and clean state.

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Ref 39789 : £35


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London. The Old Curiosity Shop
W Murray
c1910 - 41 x 32 cm

Original antique etching, framed and glazed with a hand-ruled ivory bevel cut mount. Mount window 220 x 170 mm. The frame is rather scratched. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39698 : £12


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London. View of the Thames from Richmond Hill,
Drawn by C Barrett and engraved by G H Every.
3rd quarter of C19th - 26.5 x 21.5 cm

Sheep surround the viewer and the river is alive with numerous pleasure craft. Hand coloured and in an ivory mount, in a neat gold and black frame and glazed. Mount window size: 175 x 125mm, frame overall: 265 x 215mm. Appears in good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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London. Westminster Abbey: East Prospect of the Abby of St Peter and of the Parish Church of St Margaret, Westminster.
Engraved by Benjamin Cole (1695-1766). Paper watermarked W King.
Circa1756. - 57 x 45 cm

An antique hand coloured copper engraving. A really fine view of the Abbey and the parliamentary church of St Margaret next door. Note the numerous ladies exhibiting the huge hooped skirts which came into fashion in this decade. One vertical fold mark. In a bevelled dark grey mount within a gilt frame. Mount window size: 425mm x 315mm, frame overall: 570 x 450mm. Print appears in excellent condition but not examined out of the frame, which has take several knocks. (see image). On offer elsewhere uncoloured and not framed for £225.

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