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INDIA. 'The Procession of the Taziya' Religious Procession with model of temple, after Deen Alee by J.A. Atkinson. Hand-coloured etching, from Broughton's 'The Costume, Character, Manners, Domestic Habits, and Religious Ceremonies of the Mahrattas. With ten coloured engravings, from drawings by a native artist'. trimmed, small tear on right edge, Published by J. Murray, 1813. 7 x 9.25in. TOOLEY 114.3 [ Ref: RGW19681] £15
*Unusually this print is based on an original by an Indian Company artist.

IRELAND. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of the Castle, Dublin. Miniature Engraving, trimmed, slight damage near title, Early 19th century. 4 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13825] £10
*Shows figures in courtyard

IRELAND. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. Miniature Engraving, bottom right corner, trimmed from margins, Early 19th century. 4 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13846] £10


IRELAND. THOMAS MILTON. BEAUPARC. Beau Parc. [Meath] Engraved view by Thomas Milton [d.1827], after T. Roberts, trimmed within platemark, reverse shows signs of corners having been removed from an album Imprint, "London Published W. Marshall No 1 Holborn Bars, 1 July 1831", 6.25 x 8in. [ Ref: RGW13058] £18
*This scarce print originally appeared in Milton's "Seats and Demesnes of the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland", published at the end of the 18th century. Here the original publisher's imprint has been erased and replaced by the address of the London publisher.

IRELAND. THOMAS MILTON. COUNTY WICKLOW. The Scalp in the Co of Wicklow. Engraved view by Thomas Milton [d.1827], after Ashford, trimmed within platemark, reverse shows signs of corners having been removed from an album, Imprint, "London Published W. Marshall No 1 Holborn Bars, 1 July ", 1831. 6.25 x 8in [ Ref: RGW13056] £15
*This scarce print originally appeared in Milton's "Seats and Demesnes of the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland", published at the end of the 18th century. Here the original publisher's imprint has been erased and replaced by the address of the London publisher

IRELAND. THOMAS MILTON. GLEN MOLAUR. Co WICKLOW. Glen Molaur. [Wicklow] Engraved view by Thomas Milton [d. 1827], after Wheatley, trimmed within platemark, reverse shows signs of corners of having been removed from an album, Imprint, "London Published W. Marshall No 1 Holborn Bars, 1 July 1831", 6.25 x 8in. [ Ref: RGW13063] £18
*This scarce print originally appeared in Milton's "Seats and Demesnes of the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland", published at the end of the 18th century. Here the original publisher's imprint has been erased and replaced by the address of the London publisher.

IRELAND. THOMAS MILTON. LEIXLIP. Salmon Leap. [Leixlip on the Liffey] Engraved view by Thomas Milton [d. 1827], after Wheatley, trimmed within platemark, reverse shows signs of corners of having been removed from an album, Imprint, "London Published W. Marshall No 1 Holborn Bars, 1 July 1831", 6.25 x 8in [ Ref: RGW13062] £15
*This scarce print originally appeared in Milton's "Seats and Demesnes of the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland", published at the end of the 18th century. Here the original publisher's imprint has been erased and replaced by the address of the London publisher.

IRELAND. THOMAS MILTON. TOLLYMORE PARK. Co DOWN. Tullymore Park. [Down] Engraved view by Thomas Milton [d. 1827], after Barralet, trimmed within platemark, reverse shows signs of corners having been removed from an album, Imprint, "London Published W. Marshall No 1 Holborn Bars, 1 July 1831", 6.25 x 8in. [ Ref: RGW13059] £15
*This scarce print originally appeared in Milton's "Seats and Demesnes of the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland", published at the end of the 18th century. Here the original publisher's imprint has been erased and replaced by the address of the London publisher.

ISLE OF MAN. CRICKET AT KING WILLIAM'S COLLEGE. Advertisement for King William's College, Isle of Man Wood-engraved illus, of the College and grounds showing boys playing cricket, and on swings and ropes after E. Delamotte by G. Hewitt at head, list of fees on recto. Octavo sheet, 1842. 8.5 x 5.25in [ Ref: RGW17757] £25


ISLE OF WIGHT. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Isle of Wight. Miniature Engraving, trimmed to image, Early 19th century. 4 x 5.5cm [ Ref: RGW13844] £10


ISLE OF WIGHT. MINIATURE ENGRAVING Black-gang Chine Isle of Wight. Miniature Engraving, trimmed to image and laid down, Early 19th century. 4 x 5.5cm [ Ref: RGW13859] £10


After JOHN JACKSON [1778-1831]. The Honourable Mrs Agar Ellis, later Lady Georgina Dover [1804-1860], Three Quarter Length, drawing on glove, in red ermine trimmed dress, with plumed hat, Mezzotint printed in colours by S.W. Reynolds, Published by Colnaghi &Co, [1824], trimmed within platemark, lacking date at foot, slight creasing near right hand border, 13in x 8in. WHITMAN. Samuel Williams Reynolds. No. 8. I. [ Ref: RGW7450] £75
*The first state as recorded by Whitman in the catalogue raisonne of Reynolds' prints. Lady Georgina Dover was the daughter of the 6th Earl of Carlisle, and wife of George Agar-Ellis, Baron Dover [1797-1833], F.R.S., Politician and Author, who suggested to the government the formation of a national gallery using the Angerstein collection as a nucleus.

After JOHN JACKSON [1778-1831]. The Honourable Mrs Agar Ellis, later Lady Georgina Dover [1804-1860], Three Quarter Length, drawing on glove, in ermine trimmed dress, with plumed hat, Mezzotint by S.W. Reynolds, Proof before all letters, trimmed within platemark, rich impression, [1824]. 12in x 8in. WHITMAN. Samuel Williams Reynolds. No. 8. [ Ref: RGW7451] £50
*This state is not recorded by Whitman in the catalogue raisonne of Reynolds' prints.

CHARLES JACQUE [1813-1894] French Artist. 'Le Fumeur' Man sitting on stool lighting pipe. Etching, on wove paper, dated in plate 1845. trimmed to right margin, 1844. 225 x 160mm. GUIFFREY 'L'Oeuvre de Charles Jacque' 19. [ Ref: RGW18754] £75
*According to Guiffrey the date and signature were not added by Jacque.

CHARLES JACQUE [1813-1894] French Artist. 'Lisiere du Bois' Landscape of edge of forest, figure picking up wood. Etching, on wove paper, signed and dated on plate 1850, printed by Delamain. good margins, two nicks in edge of left margin, 255 x 195mm. GUIFFREY 'L'Oeuvre de Charles Jacque' 149. [ Ref: RGW18755] £65
*An earlier print by Jacque confusingly has the same title. This state is not described by Guiffrey but it is after the third state when some cows were removed. The British Museum has a state which as well has having the imprint of Delamain was published by 'Alliance des Arts'.

After CHARLES JACQUE [1813-1894] French Artist. 'Le Fendeur de Souches' Man with an axe cutting the roots of a tree stump in a wood by Leon Jacque [?b. 1828]. Etching, on wove paper, good margins, 19th century, 250 x 180mm. [ Ref: RGW18757] £40
*A good etching by Charles Jacque's brother.

CHARLES JACQUE [1813-1894] French Artist. 'Le Labourage' Ploughman and pair of horses. Etching, on wove paper, signed on plate, good margins, Paris, printed by Sarazin. 210 x 275mm. GUIFFREY 'L'Oeuvre de Charles Jacque' 182. [ Ref: RGW18760] £95
*This fine depiction of ploughing is the second state according to Guiffrey with the labourer wearing a hat. It is number 6 from a series of 24 etchings.

JAPANESE DRAWING 18th Century. Head of a man. ink drawing 18th Century. 90 x 75mm paper size. Japanese seal printed in red on mount. Certificate signed by Felix Tikotin stating it was from his collection. [ Ref: RGW19433] £100
*Felix Tikotin [1893-1986] was a dealer and collector of Japanese art whose collection is housed in a museum at Haifa. Purchased from him by Lady Helen Marks in 1974.

JAPANESE WATERCOLOUR. Man riding buffalo. Watercolour, signed in black and with two red seals, 19th Century. 290 x 430mm (mount opening). [ Ref: RGW19432] £450


JAPANESE PRINT. UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I [1769-1825] Three Women in Room, from Tales of Ise. Colour woodcut, vertical oban, faded and laid down, Published by Iwatoya, 18th Century. 290 x 430mm (mount opening). [ Ref: RGW19435] £100


JEAN PIERRE JAZET [1788-1871] French Engraver. 'Le Depart du Marin' and 'Le Retour du Marin'. Pair of aquatints, printed in colour, trimmed to image, some vertical creasing, some browning, stain in sky of first print. 19th century, 304 x 400mm. [ Ref: RGW17863] £60
*The prints depict a young sailor setting off on his career and then returning as a successful officer. Both show many fascinating details of a harbourside in early 19th century France.

JELLINEK. French Furniture Designer. 'Grande Salle No. 4' ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR of Tables and Chairs, a boardroom table and three occasional tables with a variety of chairs including a leather settee. Watercolour, heightened with gum arabic, some numerals and words added in pencil, mounted on board, mount inscribed with name and address of Jellinek, also titled in pencil, one chair identified as 'chair ingenieur'. c.1930s. 12in x 22.5in. Sold with one of the firm's original booklets containing similar illustrations. [ Ref: RGW18773] £250
*The firm of Jellinek were based in Paris at 95 rue Faubourg. They specialised in making leather chairs in the English style. Presumably this watercolour was to be used to illustrate one of the firm's catalogues.

KALENDRIA. "Kalendria Coast of Cilicia", after W.H. Bartlett by W. Taylor Steel engraving, 1837, minimial spotting in surround, 5in x 7.5in. [ Ref: RGW10302] £12


After ANGELICA KAUFFMANN [1741-1807] Artist. Lady Charlotte Compton, Marchioness Townshend and 10th Baroness Ferrers, of Chartley [d.1770] with her son George Townshend, later 2nd Marquess Townshend, F.R.S. [1753-1811], oval, by Thomas Cheesman [1760-1834]. The Marchioness is seated holding an arrow, her son, naked with wings, holds a dove. Stipple, printed in sepia, large margins, a little creasing, small mark to right off engraved surface, Published by Peter Borgnis, 1792. 15in x 11in. Collector's mark Lugt 65 on reverse. [ Ref: RGW17491] £175
*Thomas Cheesman was a pupil of Bartolozzi. Provenance: Alexander Anderdon Weston [1822-1901]. His collection of British portraits, mostly inherited from his uncle were sold at Christie's in 1904. From J. &W. Vokins, 10 King Street c. 1905.

KENT. DOVER. 'Dover Castle'. Engraved vignette by Rock &Co, 19th century, 3in x 4in [ Ref: RGW652] £5


KENT. DOVER. "Shakespeare Cliff, Dover" Engraved vignette by Rock &Co, 19th century, 3in x 4in [ Ref: RGW654] £4
*Shows a ship caught on the beach.

KENT. DOVER. "Shakespeare Cliff &Viaduct, Dover" Engraved vignette by J. Shury after W. Burgess, published by T. Rigden, 1844 . 5in x 6in [ Ref: RGW656] £12
*Shows a train waiting at the station.

KENT. DOVER. "Saint Radigan's Abbey, Dover" Engraved vignette by Rock &Co, 19th century. 3in x 4in [ Ref: RGW657] £4


KENT. DOVER. "Dover Harbour". Ship entering. Engraved vignette by Rock &Co, trimmed to oval 3in x 4in [ Ref: RGW18178] £5


KENT. FOLKESTONE. 'Folkestone'. Engraved vignette by J. and F. Harwood, corners cut away, 1841. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW658] £5


KENT. FOLKESTONE. 'Folkestone Harbour and Pavilion'. Engraved vignette by J. and F. Harwood, corners cut away, 1841. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW18098] £5


KENT. FOLKESTONE. 'Folkestone Viaduct' Train on Viaduct, figures in foreground.. Engraved vignette by J. Harwood, corners cut away, title partly trimmed, small tear, 1845. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW18173] £5


KENT. GRAVESEND. "Gravesend" with border of symbols of rural plenty. Steel engraving after W. Tombleson, Published by W. Tombleson &Co, n.d. c. 1833. 7in x 9in (platemark) [ Ref: RGW13538] £20
*View of the town with a windmill on a hill.

KENT. LESNES ABBEY. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Lesnes Abbey. Miniature Engraving, Early 19th century. 4 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13856] £10


KENT. SALTWOOD. "Saltwood Castle" Aquatint by Jeakes, trimmed, 5in x 7.5in [ Ref: RGW660] £5


KENT. SANDWICH. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of St Clement's Church, Sandwich Miniature Engraving, Early 19th century. 4 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13827] £10


KENT. WALMER. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Walmer Castle. Miniature Engraving, trimmed to image, Early 19th century. 3 x 5.5cm [ Ref: RGW13843] £10


After EDWARD KING. Bow Church by Cecil Tatton Winter. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, some wormholes in bottom margin, one at foot of plate, Museum Galleries, 1928, 380mm x 280mm [ Ref: RGW12533] £50


After EDWARD KING. St Paul's by Harry Goffey. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, some wormholes in bottom margin, one at foot of plate, Museum Galleries, 1925, 370mm x 255mm [ Ref: RGW12534] £50


After EDWARD KING. St James's Palace by Cecil Tatton Winter. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, Museum Galleries, 1927, 275mm x 375mm. [ Ref: RGW12537] £50


After EDWARD KING. Hyde Park, showng horses and figures by Herbert Sedcole. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, slight marking in sky Museum Galleries, 1927, 280mm x 375mm [ Ref: RGW12538] £50


After EDWARD KING. Horse Guards by Eugene Tily. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, Museum Galleries, 1925, 280mm x 380mm [ Ref: RGW12539] £50


After EDWARD KING. Marble Arch by Eugene Tily. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, Museum Galleries, 1925, 280mm x 375mm [ Ref: RGW12540] £60


After EDWARD KING. Victoria Embankment by Dr David Donald. Etching, SIGNED IN PENCIL BY ARTIST AND ETCHER, Laid down, some small wormholes, Museum Galleries, 1926, 275mm x 375mm [ Ref: RGW12543] £40


KITCHEN RANGE. ORIGINAL DESIGN, large range consisting of five coal-fired stoves heating coppers, two of which have covers and pipes connecting them to a water tank, red and black floor titles, door to the right and window to the left. Ink drawing with watercolour, on Whatman paper watermarked 1828, c.1830s. 10.25in x 21.75in [ Ref: RGW18772] £250
*A well executed finished drawing for a sophisticated range which was presumably for use in the kitchen of a restaurant or hotel. The type of drawing is reminiscent of those designs in Ackermann's Repository.

KATHE KOLLWITZ [1867-1945] German Artist. 'Mother and with Child in her arms'. Etching, blind stamp of 'A. V. D. BECKE MUENCHEN 22', on thick paper, good margins, 1910. 193 x 131mm. Good clean impression. KL 110 [ Ref: RGW19119] £450
*This attractive and sought-after print showing the mother's love for her child was printed after the artist's death when the plate was owned by Alexander von der Becke.

After EDWIN LANDSEER, R.A. [1802-1873] 'Her Royal Highness the Princess Alice 1843.' Dog sitting beside elaborately carved cot containing the sleeping princess. Mixed method engraving, by Thomas Landseer [1795-1880]. Extensively foxed, large margins, Published by J. Hogarth, 1845. Platemark, 18in x 14.5in Image 11in x 9.5in. [ Ref: RGW15346] £75
*The picture shows Princess Alice [1843-1878] when only nine days old with the dog Dandie beside her cradle.

MAXINE LALANNE [1827-1886] French Artist. 'Rade de Bordeaux (Janvier 1868)' Port of Bordeaux, with figures, horses and ships covered in snow. Etching, printed on large sheet of laid paper, printed by Delatre, good margins, some slight creasing, Paris, Cadart &Luce, 1868. 155 x 238mm. BERALDI 50 [ Ref: RGW18759] £125
*This print is also called 'Bordeaux, effet de Neige', the name given in Berladi's catalogue.

ALPHONSE DE LAMARTINE [1790-1869] French Romantic Poet and Statesman. Cabinet Photograph of Lamartine, three-quarter length, by Nadar. Albumen print, mounted on card, printed address on reverse, Paris, Rue d'Anjou St Honore 51, c. 1880. 5.5in x 4.24in. In very good condition. [ Ref: RGW15634] £30
*Nadar [1820-1910] whose real name was Gaspard-Felix Tournachon is considered one of the finest portrait photographers.

LANCASHIRE. CLUWORTH HALL. 'Cluworth Hall, Tildesley Lancashire'. Engraving, on India paper, by and after N.G. Philips Liverpool, N.G. Philips, 1823. 8in x 10in [ Ref: RGW18140] £10


ROWLAND LANGMAID [1859-1921] British Artist. London Westminster from the River. Tugs in front of Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Drypoint etching, signed and titled 'Westminster' by Artist in pencil, good margins, faint vertical creases, 155 x 200mm. Sold with original printed label stating the edition is limited to 100 impressions. [ Ref: RGW19939] £75


VALENTIN LEFEBRE [1642-1682] after Veronese [1528-1588] Etching, from 'Operia Selectoria quae Titianus Vecellinus...et Paulus Caliari Veronensis inventarunt ac pinxerunt . . .' trimmed at head and foot, Venice, Published by Jacob van Campen, 1682. 235 x 145mm. [ Ref: RGW19673] £25


ALPHONSE LEGROS [1837-1911] French Artist. Le Baptme (The Baptism)'. Young Woman in cloak looking to side, two men beside her. Etching, on laid paper with watermark 'Portfolio', good margins, 1870. 215 x 275mm LEGROS 65 [ Ref: RGW18753] £20
*Fourth state as published in the 'Portfolio' with the bottom portion cut off removing Legros's signature.

JEAN LEPAUTRE [1618-1682] French Architect and Designer. Screen with carvings and mounts, Engraving, Plate 5 from 'Clostures de Chappelles tant de menuiserie que serrurerie mis de nouveau en lumiere par Jean Le Pautre', good margins, one wormhole, Paris, Chez Mariette, late 17th century. [ Ref: RGW19679] £30
*Engraving from a rare suite of six plates of baroque designs for screens and decorations for churches.

JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS [1804-1876] British Artist. Bulgarian Village, and New Orsova, two views on one plate, after J.R. Coke Smyth. Tinted lithograph, from 'Illustrations of Constantinople', some spotting, Published by Thomas McLean &Co and Colnaghi &Co, 1838. 19.75 x 12.75in [ Ref: RGW19662] £125


JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS [1804-1876] British Artist. Mosques of St Sophia and Sultan Achmet from the Gate of the Seraglio, after J.R. Coke Smyth. Tinted lithograph, from 'Illustrations of Constantinople', a little soiling in margins, Published by Thomas McLean &Co and Colnaghi &Co, 1838. 19.75 x 12.75in [ Ref: RGW19663] £200


LINCOLNSHIRE. BURLEIGH HOUSE. 'Entrance to Burleigh House' Engraving, after Shirt by White J. harris, 1812. 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW18158] £10


LINCOLNSHIRE. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Sleaford. Miniature Engraving, trimmed, laid down, Early 19th century. 4 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13824] £10
*Shows a windmill and sailing boat.

[LONDON]. "St Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, after Garland by I.Woods. Engraving, 19th century. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW15718] £10


[LONDON]. "St Luke's Hospital, Old Street Road", after Pugin by Sands. Engraving, on backing sheet, 3.5in x 5.5in. [ Ref: RGW15719] £10


[LONDON]. "Royal Hospital at Chelsea", after Turner by Barlow. Engraving, trimmed, 18th century. 4in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW15720] £10


[LONDON]. "Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of Chest Chelsea". Engraving, 19th century. 4in x 6.n. [ Ref: RGW15721] £10


LONDON. 'Somerset House and the New Church, Strand taken from the Morning Post Office'. Figures and carriages in front of buildings. Hand-coloured aquatint, from Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 1809. 5.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW18983] £18


LONDON. 'Somerset Terrace'. Figures on terrace in front of Somerset House by Thames, St Paul's in the distance. Hand-coloured aquatint, from 'A Picturesque Tour Through the Cities of London and Westminster, illustrated With the most interesting Views, accurately delineated And executed in Aquatinta by Thomas Malton' Published by T. Malton, 1796. 13.5in x 10in [ Ref: RGW18987] £85


LONDON. After Hassell. 'Seven Droog Castle, Shooters Hill the Property of Lord George Ratcliffe' by Hay. Engraving, Published J. Stratford, 1807. 5in x 8in. Sold with an early wash drawing of the same view, 4in x 6.75in [ Ref: RGW19196] £30


LONDON. G.L.B. 'Putney' View of Thames with a sailing boat and tower behind trees. Ink drawing, titled, initialled 'G.L.B.' , 19th century. 8.5 x 16cm [ Ref: RGW19914] £20


LONDON. ACTON. 'View of Acton from the South West'. Engraving, from Harrison's 'History of London', faint creases on corners, 18th century. 7in x 11in [ Ref: RGW18734] £10


LONDON. After J.H. NIXON. 'The Bank of England, &Royal Exchange, Cornhill, with King William Street London in 1840'. Figures and carriages in busy streets. Hand-coloured engraving, by Henry Wallis [d. 1890], restrike, good margins, In wash mount, 10.5in x 18.5in. (platemark) [ Ref: RGW16585] £50
*A lively street scene in London financial centre.

LONDON. After ROBERT CHARLES DUDLEY [1826-1900] 'Waterloo Place and Pall Mall, March 7th 1863' a detachment of Grenadier Guards in front of the Duke of York's Column. Chromolithograph, from 'A Memorial of the Marriage of Edward VII &Alexendra VII', small tear in right bottom border, a little spotting, 1864. 7in x 11.5in [ Ref: RGW20055] £20


LONDON. COVENT GARDEN. THOMAS MALTON. "Piazza Covent Garden". Figures walking under the Arcade, coach in the square. Aquatint with etching, from Malton's "Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster", trimmed within platemark and publisher's imprint missing, vertical crease in right bottom corner, T. Malton, 1796. 8.5in x 12in. (image) [ Ref: RGW13515] £50


LONDON. CUSTOM HOUSE. R. HAVELL. ["View of the Custom House and London Bridge with the Margate Steam Yachts"] , Hand-coloured aquatint by Robert Havell, from "A Series of Views of the Public Buildings and Bridges in London", trimmed to image, [Published by Colnaghi &Co, 1820]. 8 in x 12.25in [ Ref: RGW13518] £100
*A lively scene showing people on the quayside, rowing boats and shipping featuring the the steam yacht "London Engineer" built in 1818.

LONDON. DAVID GARRICK'S VILLA. 'Garrick's Villa at Hampton', view from the river with boats and figures, after Tombleson by H. Sands. Hand-coloured steel engraving, within decorative border, from 'Tombleson's 'Thames', trimmed to platemark, a little spotting, Tombleson &Co, .c 1835. 7in x 9in [ Ref: RGW17799] £20
*Although this print is titled 'Garrick's Villa' it actually portrays the neo-classical Temple, near the river bank, of which Horace Walpole wrote in 1755 'Garrick is building a grateful temple to Shakespeare'.

LONDON. EARL'S COURT. "Earl's Court House Old Brompton, near London". Lithograph, by W. Walton, little creasing in margins Published by C. Hullmandel, ? c. 1840. 8.5in x 10.5in [ Ref: RGW13533] £45


LONDON, HAMPTON COURT. 'Perspective View of the Royal Palace, and Gardens, at Hampton Court'. The house and elegant company in the formal gardens. Engraving, from Harrison's 'History of London' good margins, c. 1775. 7in x 11.5in [ Ref: RGW19075] £25


LONDON, HAMPTON COURT. 'View of Hampton Court from the River', shows the bridge and boats on Thames, Engraving, from Harrison's 'History of London' good margins, c. 1775. 7in x 11.5in [ Ref: RGW19077] £25
*The bridge is in the chinoiserie style.

LONDON. HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. 'New House of Parliament'. Shipping on Thames. Lithograph, drawn, printed and published by G.J. Cox, London, laid down, corners cut away, but not near image, 19th century. 4in x 7in [ Ref: RGW18172] £10


LONDON. NEW ROYAL EXCHANGE. The New Royal Exchange. Lithograph, with figures and carriages, corners cut away Published by G.J. Cox Establishment, 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW13297] £10
*Scan available.

LONDON. SIR FRANCIS GEORGE NEWBOLT [1863-1940] "St Saviour's Southwark". Etching, view from the Thames with bridge and barges, Signed and Titled in pencil, Very good impression. 4in x 6in [ Ref: ] £30


LONDON. ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. "The Front or West End of St Paul's". Engraving, with hand-colouring, by Thomas Bowles, crease in left bottom corner, Printed for Robert Wilkinson, 58 Cornhill, late 18th century. 11in x 12.5in [ Ref: RGW13537] £45


LONDON. ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. 'St Paul's Cathedral'. Figures and carts in foreground. Lithograph, drawn, printed and published by G.J. Cox, London, corners cut away, but not near image, 19th century. 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW18171] £10


LONDON. After THOMAS ALLOM [1804-1872] 'The Post Office, St Paul's Cathedral, and Bull &Mouth Inn, London in 1829'. Figures and carriages in busy street. Hand-coloured engraving, by G.J. Emblem, restrike, good margins, In wash mount, Published by Roberts &Leete, 10.5in x 18.5in. (platemark) [ Ref: RGW16586] £50
*Shows a mail coach emerging from the Post Office, with St Paul's in the background.

LONDON, VAUXHALL GARDENS. 'A Perspective View of the Grand Walk in Vauxhall Gardens, and the Orchestra', Elegant company listening to music, the supper booths to the left, Engraving, from 'Gentleman's Magazine', two faint vertical creases, tiny hole near centre, 1765. 7in x 10in [ Ref: RGW17444] £50
*The earliest print of the new Gothic orchestra building, where musicians can be seen playing on different levels. It also shows the so-called Handel Portico finished in 1761.

LONDON. WHITEHALL. THOMAS MALTON. "Melbourne House White-Hall". Figures and carriages. Sepia aquatint with etching, from Malton's "Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster", trimmed within platemark, creasing to top corners, a little foxing below image, T. Malton, 1797. 8.5in x 12in. (image) [ Ref: RGW14796] £50
*Now known as Dover House, it houses the Scotland Office.

After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Two men walking on lane by trees No. 1 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 120 x 160mm [ Ref: RGW19879] £20


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Landscape with Huntsman and Artist. Beauties of Claude 8. Two men shooting across river, artist sitting on rock, town in distance, by John Bromley [1778-1855]. Mezzotint, from 'Beauties of Claude Lorraine', printed in dark brown, on chine collŽ, small tears in bottom margin, Published by W.B.Cooke, 1825. 8.5 x 11in. ROTHLISBERGER. 'Claude Lorrain' LV24. [ Ref: RGW19229] £40
*This is Claude's only hunting scene.

After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Wooded landscape with cattle and cowherd No. 3 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 165 x 220mm [ Ref: RGW19884] £20


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. River landscape with men on island No. 4 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle creasing, Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 240 x 305mm [ Ref: RGW19877] £25


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Pool with Waterfall No. 5 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 235 x 315mm [ Ref: RGW19882] £20


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. The Rape of Europe. Seashore with ships and boats, women, one on a cow, on shore. No. 6 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 170 x 370mm [ Ref: RGW19883] £40


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Mercury entering the forge of Vulcan No. 7 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle worming in margin. Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 165 x 220mm [ Ref: RGW19878] £25


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Rebecca and Elieser with camels at a well No. 8 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle worming in margin. Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 170 x 230mm [ Ref: RGW19885] £25


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Landscape with Apollo and the muses, by pond with two swans No. 9 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle worming in margin. Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 205 x 255mm [ Ref: RGW19880] £45


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. River landscape with man holding dog, No. 10 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle worming in margin, Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 210 x 270mm [ Ref: RGW19875] £25


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. River landscape with St John walking with two angels, No. 19 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle worming in margin. Published by J. &J. Boydell, 1802. 220 x 305mm [ Ref: RGW19874] £30


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. Man (St Hubertus) kneeling in prayer holding horse in front of stag No. 20 by Richard Earlom. Etching and mezzotint, printed in sepia, from 'Liber Veritatis Prints after the Original Drawings of Claude Le Lorrain, In the Collection of Richard Payne Knight', good margins, a litttle worming in margin, Published by J. &J. Boydell. 1802. 220 x 280mm [ Ref: RGW19876] £25


After CLAUDE LORRAIN [1600-1682] French Artist. 'Une Danse au Soleil Couchant' Wooded landscape with goats and figures, woman dancing to bagpipes, by Franois Godefroy [1743-1819] after drawing by Marchais. Etching and engraving, from 'Le Muse Francais, Recueil complet des tableaux . . .', good margins, c. 1800. 310 x 395mm [ Ref: RGW19684] £30

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