A-D E-H I-L M-O P-S T-Z Back to Prints

Prints

Decorative and Topographical Prints

home books maps t.e. lawrence recent acquisitions
For orders and inquiries: Tel: 01460 54188 e-mail: inquiries@rgwatkins.co.uk


WILLIAM TELBIN Senior [1813-1873] ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR, White house and other buildings by Lake Como, figure in foreground. Inscribed 'Laglueo', and on reverse 'Bellagio W. Telbin Senr' and small sketch of bow of Lake Como boat, from sketch book, [1856] 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW17969] £200
*Laglio between Como and Bellagio on Lake Como has similar three storey houses to the one depicted here. This picture was presumably painted in 1856 when Telbin made a journey via the St Gothard Pass to paint in Venice. Telbin's watercolours were much admired. Richard Ford recorded how Landseer and Roberts praised the sketches he did in Spain for the diorama of the Duke of Wellington's campaign. His watercolours are now rare.

After DAVID TENIERS II [1610-1679] Dutch Artist Four peasants conversing, to the right, two cottages, in the distance a church. Etching, signed on the plate with monogram IS, on laid paper, trimmed to just outside border, Published by Frans van den Wyngaerde or Wijngaerde. 89 x 111mm Hollstein XIII p.67 .3 [ Ref: RGW17429] £75
*This print from a set of four after Teniers is now attributed by the British Museum to Jan Savery [1497-1655]. Hollstein catalogues it as by Monogrammist IS.

THEATRE ROYAL ADELPHI. Ben Webster Manager and Madame Celeste Directress. Large Theatre Playbill, for productions of Moliere's 'Tartuffe' and the Pantomine "Jack and the Bean Stalk: or Harlequin and Mother Goose at Home Again!", on 1/2 April 1856. 7 April 'Like and Unlike'. Printed in two columns, using large ornamental typefaces, on thin paper, previously folded, some small tears around edges, Printed by Nassau Steam Press, W.S. Johnson, 60 St Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, [1856]. 30in x 20in [ Ref: RGW15621] £125
*As stated on the poster Queen Victoria enjoyed a private performance of 'Jack and the Bean Stalk', and later visited the theatre several times. The actors apart from Ben Webster and Madame Celeste include Miss Wyndham, Mary Keeley, Kate Kelly, Charles Selby and Mr Garden as a Clown. The Pantomine included 'Scenic Effects and Magical Transformations'. These large billboard posters are scarce.

THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. 'Theatre Royal Covent Garden , as altered previous to the opening 15th Sept 1794. Destroyed by Fire Sept 20th 1808', view of auditorium by Springsguth. Engraving, below main image, 'The Original Entrance from the Piazza . . .' from 'Londina Illustrata', some spotting and faint creasing, Published by Robert Wilkinson, 1819. Sheet size 14in x 11in [ Ref: RGW17801] £30
*This theatre was renamed the 'Royal Italian Opera' in 1847 and the 'Royal Opera House' in 1892.

PELTRO WILLIAM TOMKINS [1759-1840] British Artist, 'Children feeding Chickens' Two girls outside cottage feeding chicks the mother hen in basket coop after John Russell [1745-1806]. Stipple with etching, printed in colours, early state, Published by Walker, 1788. 12.25 x 13.5in (mount opening) FRANKAU. 'Eighteenth Century Colour Prints' 1906. p. 226. Framed in early fine gilt frame with Thos. Agnew &Sons label. [ Ref: RGW19248] £500
*Tomkins was Bartolozzi's finest pupil. This is a fine early impression of a charming print. Provenance: Philips Trust

PELTRO WILLIAM TOMKINS [1760-1840]. A Village Girl Gathering Nuts after William Redmore Bigg [1755-1828] Stipple engraving, trimmed to oval image, crease near left border, 1787. 13in x 10.75in. [ Ref: RGW18610] £65
*A scarce print showing a girl in a bonnet gathering nuts from a hazel tree by holding a stick against a branch.

HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC [1864-1901] French Artist 'Coquelin Aine'. Head and shoulders of the actor Constant Coquelin as Cyrano de Bergerac with moustache, wearing large hat and necktie. Lithograph in black ink, monogram on the plate, on a Japanese flecked paper, from series 'Portraits d'Acteurs &Actrices', some foxing, crease in left top corner, 1898. Sheet size 390 x 295mm. DELTEIL 153 WITTROCK 254. [ Ref: RGW19162] £500
*Beno”t Constant Coquelin [1841-1909] was an actor and a member of the ComŽdie-Franaise and the Renaissance Theatre. He toured in America with Sarah Bernhardt. He played the lead in the premiere of Rostand's 'Cyrano de Bergerac' in 1897. The paper and ink appear to be the same as those used in the British Museum's First Edition impression (Acc No,1949,0411.3627).

TUNIS. "Tunis", after C. Bentley by J. Sands Steel engraving, minimal spotting in surround, 1837. 5in x 7.5in. [ Ref: RGW10303] £10


TUNIS. "Ruins at Sbeitlah, in the Beylek of Tunis, Africa", after C. Bentley by S. Lacey. Steel engraving, minimal spotting in surround, 1837. 5in x 7.5in. [ Ref: RGW10304] £10


TWICKENHAM. 'Twickenham Meadows.' House, figures and Richmond bridge, after J. Webber by J. Landseer. Etching and engraving, tear along platemark on right, central fold, Published by Messrs Cadell &Davies, 1803. 8.5 x 14in. [ Ref: RGW19674] £20


TWICKENHAM. TRINITY CHURCH. "Trinity New District Church, Twickenham", shows carriage, figures and cows on the green. Lithograph by H.C. from a sketch by Major Harriott, good margins, a little spotting outside image, Printed by Day &Haghe, c. 1841. 6in x 10.5in (image) [ Ref: RGW13502] £50
*The Trinity Church was opened in 1841.

TYROL COSTUME PRINT OF RAINER FAMILY. 'Brothers Rainer and their Sister, Tyrolian Singers. Natives of Fugen in the Ziller Valley.' Hand-coloured lithograph by E. Wilson, trimmed and laid down, title and imprint on separate sheet, colouring rather faint, Printed and Published by Vowles, Cornhill, 12 May 1827, 180mm x 260mm. [ Ref: RGW17676] £45
*The Rainer family of Tyrolean minstrels toured England to great acclaim in the summer of 1827.

JAN VAN VIANEN [1660-1726] Dutch Engraver. 'Vaisseau du Premier rang portant pavillon d'Admiral.' Ship in profile, near coast. After a design by Henri Sbonski de Passebon [1637-1705]. Engraving, with original hand-colouring from 'Neptune Francois', Published in Amsterdam, by Pierrre Mortier, 1693. 17 x 21.5in. In rosewood veneer frame and washline mount. [ Ref: RGW19030] £650
*This engraving of a first rate Admiral's flagship is from the first edition of the magnificent atlas of sea charts. It is one of only three plates of ships in that edition. It is a detailed image showing the crew, rigging, sails and guns ready for action.

QUEEN VICTORIA [1819-1901] AND HER CHILDREN. 'Scene in Windsor Forest Decr 1842' Princess Royal and Prince Albert Edward in a carriage pulled by a liveried footman, Queen Victoria walking behind with a companion, followed by a footman, castle in the background by T.C. Wilson. Lithograph, trimmed to border, title cut out and put at foot of print, 1842. 8in x 12.5in [ Ref: RGW15704] £35


QUEEN VICTORIA [1819-1901]and PRINCE ALBERT. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert standing next to cradle surmounted by crown, by J. Brandard. Lithograph, laid down, with octagonal mount, c. 1840. 9in x 7.5in. (mount opening). [ Ref: RGW15709] £35
*Presumably the baby in the crib is the Princess Royal which would date the print to about 1840.

QUEEN VICTORIA [1819-1901] and PRINCE ALBERT. Stothard's Admired Picture of 'The Procession of the Flitch of Bacon' Somewhat Metamorphosed! by John Doyle after Thomas Stothard Tinted lithograph, marked 'Proof', spotting, central fold, tear affecting head of one of the riders, Printed at the General Lith. Establishment, Published by Thomas McLean, 1841. 10.5in x 24in. [ Ref: RGW15711] £50
*In this satire based on Stothard's original picture the couple on the horse in the centre of the picture are Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The Lord Chancellor Lord Cottenham on horseback carries the flitch, attended by Wellington and Palmerston, and followed by Melbourne.

VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. WRIGHT, ADAM. 'Dawn of Day Polka' Colour lithograph illustration of boat by lakeside, printed by Stannard &Dixon, trimmed at head, Published by Robert Cocks &Co, n.d. 1860s. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18061] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. COOTE, CHARLES. 'Village Bells Polka' . Tinted lithograph illustration of woman in front of church door, printed by Stannard, 5pp music, small tear at foot, Published by Hopwood &Crew &Co, n.d. c.1865. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18062] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. CROSBY, L.V.H.. 'Mill May' Arranged by Jesse Williams of the Original Christy Ministrels. Colour lithograph illustration of couple by stile, by Packer &Griffin, printed by Stannard, 5pp music, small piece missing from right edge, Published by Hopwood &Crew &Co, n.d. c.1865. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18067] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. COOTE, CHARLES. 'The Wedding Galop'. Colour lithograph illustration of bride entering carriage, footmen in attendance, by T. Packer, printed by Stannard &Dixon, 7pp music, small tear at foot, Published by Hopwood &Crew &Co, n.d. c.1867. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18068] £30


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. MASSAGE, A. 'Sister Mary Walked Like That' Written by Gus Levaine. Man in tails and top hat. Colour lithograph illustration, by H.G.B; 6pp music. trimmed at foot, Published by Francis Brothers &Day, n.d. [1886]. 13.75in x 9.5in. [ Ref: RGW18811] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. JEFFREYS, CHARLES. 'Cinderella' A Chamber Opera. Arranged by Stephen Glover. Colour lithograph illustration, shows good fairy and Cinderalla by the fire, above she is transformed by coach and horses; 13pp music. folio 13.5 x 9.5in disbound, trimmed at head and foot, n.d c. 1870. [ Ref: RGW18841] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. CROOK, JOHN. 'Quite Sufficient'. Written by Walter Pink. Tinted lithograph cartoon of singer Arthur Roberts by H.G. BANKS; 5pp music, small piece missing at head, J.B. Cramer &Co, n.d., c.1892. 13.75in x 9.5in [ Ref: RGW18076] £20


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. D'ALBERT, CHARLES 'The Sultan's Polka'. Colour lithograph illustration of sultan at encampment standing by horse, by JOHN BRANDARD [1812-1863], 5pp music, trimmed at head, small piece missing from bottom corner, Published by Chappell &Co, n.d. c.1860. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18073] £30


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. DACRE, HARRY. 'Daisy Bell A Bicycle Made for Two'. Sung by Katie Lawrence. Cover with photograph of Miss Lawrence in cycling clothes; 3pp music. Francis, Day &Hunter, n.d., c.1892. 13.75in x 9.5in [ Ref: RGW18075] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. FARMER, HENRY. 'Little Pets Christmas Quadrille' Tinted lithograph with printing in green of illustration of child couples dancing and holding mistletoe, 5pp music, small piece missing from right edge, Published by Joseph Williams, n.d. c.1865. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18070] £15


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. PRIDHAM, JOHN. 'The Battle March Descriptive of the Triumphant Entry into Delhi'. Tinted lithograph with illustration of two officers on horseback surrounded by marching troops bulding in background by JOHN BRANDARD [1812-1863], 9pp music (some small tears), a little fraying on right edge, n.d., c.1857. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18072] £30
*The covers depicts the end of the seige of Delphi in 1857.

VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. LE BRUNN, GEORGE. 'Oh! Mr. Porter'. Written by Thomas Le Brunn. Tinted lithograph with illustrations of trains and Marie Lloyd by H.G. BANKS; 5pp music. Howard &Co, n.d., c.1892. 13.75in x 9.5in [ Ref: RGW18074] £25


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. FLOOD, EDWIN: 'The Gipsy's Life is a Joyous Life' Poetry by Stuart Farquharson. Colour lithograph illustration of gypsies by bonfire; 6pp music, trimmed at foot, Published by Robert Cocks &Co, n.d. ?c.1860. 13.5in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18078] £25


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. DE LISLE, M. ROUGET: The Marseillaise Hymn. Colour lithograph illustration of woman in neckerchief and red cap, lithographed by T.W. Lee; 10pp music, folio (13.5in x 9.75in) disbound, Published by Brewer &Co, n.d. ?c.1860. No copy on Copac. [ Ref: RGW18830] £10


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. HELMER, KARL. 'The Gipsy Waltz'. Colour lithograph illustration of gypsies dancing by bonfire beside lake by Packer &Griffith, printed by Stannard &Dixon, 9pp music, small tear at foot, Published by Robert Cocks &Co, n.d. c.1865. 13.75in x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW18069] £30


VICTORIAN MUSIC COVER. SLAUGHTER, WALTER A. 'Grown Up Childrens Games'. Written by Harry Nicholls. Tinted colour lithograph illustrations of games, horse racing and children, printed by Stannard &Son; 5pp music, small tear, J.B. Cramer &Co, n.d., 1889. 13.75in x 9.5in [ Ref: RGW18077] £20


VICTORIAN PRINT. 'Noah's Ark' Children Playing with Toy Noah's Ark, Lithograph, 19th century. 28in x 22in. In old maple frame. [ Ref: RGW18027] £40


VICTORIAN PRINT. A.E. CHALON. John Knox reproving the Ladies of Queen Mary's Court. Engraving, after A.E. Chalon by W.T. Roden, on laid India paper, a little spotting mainly on surround, Published by J. Hogarth, 1851, 16in x 20in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11639] £20


VICTORIAN PRINT. A. FRASER. The First Day of Oysters. Engraving, after A. Fraser by W. Greatbach, browning around perimeter, Published by F.G. Moon and Ackermann &Co, 1841, 14in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11635] £38
*Fine engraving showing landing of oysters in baskets outside a house on the Thames, where they are eagerly consumed.

VICTORIAN PRINT. C.L. EASTLAKE. A Contadina Family. Prisoners with Banditti. Engraving, after C.L. Eastlake by E. Smith, on laid India paper, a little spotting mainly on surround, Published by Finden, F.G. Moon and Ackermann, 1840, 14in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11640] £35


VICTORIAN PRINT. T. WEBSTER Sickness and Health. Engraving, after T. Webster by W. Finden, a little spotting mainly on surround, not affecting image, small tear in upper border, now repaired, browning around perimeter, Published by J. Hogarth, 1846, 13in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11634] £30


VICTORIAN PRINT. W.F. WITHERINGTON. The Lucky Escape. Engraving, after W.T. Witherington by S. Fisher, spotting on surround, not affecting image, browning around perimeter, Published by T.G. March and F.G. Moon, 1842, 14in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11636] £30
*Shows children fishing by a brook, when one trout slithers back into the water.

WALES. ABERYSTWYTH. 'Marine Terrace, Aberystwith', by J.W. Giles, showing bathing machines, boats, horse and carriage and elegant company'. . Tinted lithograph, printed by M. &N. Hanhart, a little spotting in margins, Published J. Cox, Aberystwyth, n.d. c.1840. 7.5in x 10in [ Ref: RGW17017] £70


GEORGE CANNING WALES [1868-1940] American Artist. 'Yacht and Barges'. Tug with two barges, yacht to right. Etching, signed in pencil, 1920. 3.75 x 4in. One of 50 impressions. See HOLMAN 'George C. Wales Etcher of the Sea' 1932. No. 38 [ Ref: RGW19093] £40
*George C. Wales was a native of Boston, and after training as an architect became a leading marine artist and etcher.

WALES. BANGOR-ON-DEE. 'Bangor Church &Bridge' by S. Sparrow. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20033] £10


WALES. BARMOUTH. "Cader Idris near Barmouth" Lithograph by W. Crane, Chester, margins trimmed, laid down, 8in x 9«in [ Ref: RGW1206] £18


WALES. BASINGWERK ABBEY. 'Basingwerk Monastery Flintshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Dated 1774. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20030] £10


WALES. BEAUMARIS. ANGLESEY. 'Beaumaris' View of town with shipping off coast in storm, after David Cox by C. Cousen. Engraving, foxing, Published by Art Union, 1870. 9in x 12.5in [ Ref: RGW20052] £50


WALES. BEAUMARIS CASTLE. ANGLESEY. 'Beaumaris Castle Pl.3' by S. Sparrow. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20044] £10


WALES. BEAUMARIS CASTLE. ANGLESEY. 'Great Hall Beaumaris Castle Pl.2' by S. Sparrow. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1774. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20045] £10


WALES. BEDDGELERT. "Beddgelert" Lithograph by W. Crane, Chester, a little spotting, margins trimmed, paper glued on reverse of top border, 8in x 10«in [ Ref: RGW1207] £18


WALES. PONTCYSLLTE AQUEDUCT. "Pont Y Syllte Aqueduct" Lithograph by W. Crane, Chester, a little spotting in border, one mark on print, 4in x 5.5in (image) [ Ref: RGW13524] £10


WALES. BEDDGELERT. "Beddgelert Carnarvonshire" Engraved Vignette by W. Wood, Carnarvon, H. Humphreys, 19th century. 4.5in x 6in. [ Ref: RGW18181] £10


WALES. BISHOP'S PALACE LLANDAFF. 'Landaff (Bishop of) Palace Glamorganshire' by Godfrey. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1775. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20051] £10


WALES. BISHOP'S PALACE ST DAVID'S. 'Episcopal Palace at St David's College Pembrokeshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19987] £10


WALES. BRECON CASTLE. 'Brecknock Castle' Bridge to left, by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19991] £10


WALES. BRECON CASTLE. 'Brecknock Castle in Brecnockshire' by Carey. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 6.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20013] £8


WALES. CAERNARVON. 'Caernarvon'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18184] £10


WALES. CAERNARVONSHIRE. 'Tremadoc'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18185] £10


WALES. CAERNARVONSHIRE. 'Beddgelert'. Steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18192] £10


WALES. CAERNARVONSHIRE. 'Llyn Gwynant'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18216] £10


WALES. CAENARVONSHIRE. "Carnarvon Castle." by W. Crane, Lithograph, strip of paper glued to reverse of top margin, Published by Messrs Potter &Co, Carnarvon, 8in x 11in [ Ref: RGW1210] £18


WALES. CAENARVONSHIRE. "Nant Mill Carnarvonshire" Hand-coloured engraved Vignette by J. Harwood, 1847. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18194] £10


WALES. CAERMARTHEN CASTLE. 'Caermarthen Castle in Caermarthenshire' by J.G. Wooding. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 6.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20012] £8


WALES. CAERNARVON CASTLE. 'Inside of Caernarvon Castle' by D.L.. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1783. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20041] £10


WALES. CAERNARVON CASTLE. 'Gate of Caernarvon Castle' by J. Newton. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20042] £10


WALES. CAERNARVON CASTLE. 'Caernarvon Castle Pl. 2' by Godfrey. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1774. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20043] £10


WALES. CAERPHILLY CASTLE. 'Caerphilly Castle Glamorganshire' . Three different views by Godfrey, Newton and Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20018] £20


WALES. CARDIFF CASTLE. 'Tower in Cardiff Castle Glamorganshire' by S. Mazell. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1775. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20047] £15


WALES. CARDIFF CASTLE. 'Keep of Castle of Cardiff Glamorganshire' by S. Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1775. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20048] £15


WALES. CARDIFF CASTLE. 'Cardiff or Caertoph Castle Glamorganshire' by S. Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1778. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20049] £15


WALES. CARDIGAN CASTLE. 'Cardigan Castle' Bridge to left, by J. Newton. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19980] £10


WALES. CAREW CASTLE. 'Carew Castle Pembrokeshire' by R. Godfrey [b.1728]. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1775. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19979] £10
*Shows a limekiln in operation.

WALES. CILGERRAN CASTLE. 'Cilgarron Castle Pembrokeshire' river below, by R. Godfrey [b.1728]. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1776. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19985] £10


WALES. CLYNNOG FAWR CHURCH. 'Clynog Church Caernarvonshire' by Mazel. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20036] £10


WALES. COITY CASTLE. 'Coity Castle Glamorganshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1774. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20019] £10


WALES. COLLEGIATE CHURCH HOLYHEAD ANGLESEY. 'Collegiate Church Holy head Anglesea'. 2 different views by R. Godfrey and J. Newton. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, 1772 &1785. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20031] £15


WALES. CONWAY. 'Walls of the Town of Conway' by J. Newton. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20038] £10


WALES. CONWAY ABBEY. 'Conventual Church Abbey of Conway' by J. Newton. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20039] £10


WALES. CONWAY. 'Conway Castle, Caernarvonshire Pl.2' by Godfrey. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1774. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20046] £10


WALES. CONWY CASTLE. 'Conway Castle, Caernarvonshire' Two different views by R. Godfrey and Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1774 and 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20004] £15


WALES. CUMNER ABBEY. 'Cumner Abbey in Merionythshire' by John Eastgate. Engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales'. Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 7in x 8in [ Ref: RGW19978] £8


WALES. DENBIGH. 'Denbigh'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18190] £10


WALES. DENBIGH CASTLE. 'Denbeigh Castle, Denbeighshire' Town below, by S. Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19981] £10


WALES. DENBIGH CASTLE. 'Denbigh Castle in Denbighshire' by Thornton. Engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 7in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20007] £8


WALES. DEVIL'S BRIDGE. "The Devil's Bridge Cardiganshire", showing trees and figures. Lithograph by J.W. Giles, printed by Day &Haghe, a little spotting in margins, Published J. Cox, Aberystwyth, 12in x 7in [ Ref: RGW1211] £15


WALES. DOLFORWYN CASTLE. 'Dolforwyn Castle Montgomeryshire' by S. Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19983] £10


WALES. DOLWYDDELAN CASTLE. 'Dolwydellan Castle, Caernarvonshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20005] £15


WALES. DUNRAVEN HOUSE. 'Dunraven House Glamorganshire' . Two different views by S. Hooper and R. Godfrey. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1776. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19995] £15


WALES. EWENNY PRIORY. 'Wenny or Ewenny Priory Pembrokeshire' by W. Watts. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1775. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19990] £10


WALES. FLINT CASTLE. 'Flint Castle' Two different views by Roberts and J. Newton. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1775 &1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20023] £15


WALES. FLINTSHIRE. 'St Asaph Flintshire'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18188] £10


WALES. FLINTSHIRE. 'Remains of Dyserth Castle, Flintshire'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18189] £10


WALES. HARLECH. "Harlech Castle" Lithograph probably by W. Crane, Chester, trimmed at foot, laid down, 8in x 10in [ Ref: RGW1213] £18


WALES. HARLECH CASTLE. 'North West View of Harlech Castle in the County of Merioneth' by S. &N. Buck. Engraving , good margins, dated 1742, but later 18th century impression. 7.75in x 14.5in [ Ref: RGW17014] £40


WALES. HAVERFORDWEST CASTLE. Castle and Bridge of Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1776. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20020] £10


WALES. HAVERFORD WEST PRIORY. 'Priory of Haverford West Pembrokeshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19988] £10


WALES. HAVERFORDWEST PRIORY. 'Haverford West Priory in Radnorshire' by Page. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 6.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20016] £8


WALES. HAWARDEN CASTLE. 'Howerden Castle, Flintshire' by R. Godfrey Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1773. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20003] £10


WALES. HOLYHEAD. ANGLESEY. 'View of the Collegiate Church of Holy Head of the Isle of Anglesea' by Roberts. Engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 6.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20010] £8


WALES. HOLYHEAD, ANGLESEY. 'Market Place Holy Head Anglesea' by S. Sparrow. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20034] £10


WALES. HUBBERSTONE PRIORY. 'Hubberstone Priory Pembrokeshire' by Picot. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, c. 1785. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19989] £10


WALES. KIDWELLY CASTLE. 'Kidwelly Castle Carmarthenshire' by R. Godfrey. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated by 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19992] £10


WALES. LAMPHEY COURT. 'Lantphey Court, Pembrokeshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, wormhole in margins. dated 1774. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19998] £10


WALES. LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL 'A North View of the Cathedral Church of Llandaff in Glamorganshire' by Thornton. Engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 4.5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW20008] £8


WALES. LANSTEPHAN CASTLE. 'Lanstephan Castle Carmarthenshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19994] £10


WALES. LLANTHONY ABBEY. ' Lanthony Abbey' by Jno Coleman Lithograph, Published by C. Hullmandel, ? c. 1840. 7in x 9in. Scarce view. [ Ref: RGW20053] £30


WALES. LAUGHARNE CASTLE. 'Langharne Castle Carmarthenshire' Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1784. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19993] £10


WALES. LAUGHARNE CASTLE. 'Lanharne Castle in Caermarthenshire' by J.G. Wooding. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 7in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20006] £8


WALES. LAUGHARNE CASTLE. 'North West View of Langharne Castle in Caermarthenshire' by Lowry. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 7in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20011] £8


WALES. LLANBLETHAN CASTLE. 'Llanblethan Castle Glamorganshire' by J. Newton. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19996] £15


WALES. LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL 'Cathedral Church Landaff Glamorganshire' by Grignion. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1787. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20050] £10


WALES. LLANDEGAI CHURCH. 'Landegai Church Caernarvonshire' by J. Newton. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20037] £10


WALES. MANORBIER CASTLE. 'Mannerbeer Castle Pembrokeshire' by R. Godfrey [b.1728]. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1773. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19997] £10


WALES. MARGAM ABBEY 'Margam Abbey Glamorganshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper. 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20032] £10


WALES. MERIONETHSHIRE. 'Abermaw or Barmouth'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18186] £10


WALES. MERIONETHSHIRE. 'Llanelltyd Church Near Dolgellau'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', a litle spotting, Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18187] £10


WALES. MERIONETHSHIRE. 'Harlech Castle from the Tremadoc Road'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18191] £10


WALES. MERIONETHSHIRE. 'Harlech Castle in Merioneth-Shire'. Figures in foreground. After Paul Sandby by W. Walker &W. Angus. Engraved view, foxed, G. Kearsly, 1779. 6in x 8in. [ Ref: RGW18215] £15


WALES. MONTGOMERY CASTLE. 'Montgomery Castle' , 2 plates, by S. Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19982] £15


WALES. NEATH CASTLE. 'Neath Castle in Radnorshire' by Page. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 6.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20015] £8


WALES. OGMORE CASTLE. 'Ogmore Castle Glamorganshire' by R. Godfrey. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1776. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20022] £10


WALES. PEMBROKE CASTLE. 'Gate of Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire' by J. Newton. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1785. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20040] £10


WALES. PEMBROKE CASTLE. 'Pembroke Castle and part of the Town from the N.W.' river in foreground, men putting in anchor, after Charles Norris [1779-1858] by Samuel Rawle. Engraving, from 'Four Views of Pembroke Castle', good margins, Published by J. Booth, Duke Strt &I. Treble, Pembroke, 1817. 9.5in x 13.25in [ Ref: RGW20054] £35


WALES. PENLLYN CASTLE. 'Penline Castle Glamorganshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20021] £10


WALES. POWIS CASTLE. 'Powis Castle' , 2 different views, by P. Mazell. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19984] £15


WALES. RHUDDLAN CASTLE. 'Rhuddlan Castle Flintshire'. Hand-coloured steel-engraved view after Gastineau, from 'Wales Illustrated', Jones &Co, c. 1830. 4.5in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW18183] £10


WALES. RHUDDLAN CASTLE. 'Rhudland Castle, Flintshire' by S. Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1773. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20017] £10


WALES. RHYL. "Winter Gardens Rhyl" Engraved Vignette by J. Newman &Co. 1878. 3.5in x 4.5in. [ Ref: RGW18182] £10


WALES. RHYL. "Rhyl" by W.H. Lizars. Engraved Vignette, Chester, T. Catherall, 19th century. 5in x 7in. PRATT &VEYSEY. 'Topographical Prints of Clwyd' 886 [ Ref: RGW18814] £10
*A view from the sands showing bathing machines by water.

WALES. ST ASAPH. 'Cathedral Church &Bridge St Asaph' by Sparrow Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20002] £10


WALES. ST ASAPH CATHEDRAL 'View of the Cathedral Church of St Asaph in Flintshire' by Thornton. Engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 4.5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW20009] £8


WALES. ST DAVID'S COLLEGE 'St David's College Pembrokeshire' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1776. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19986] £10


WALES. ST DONAT'S CASTLE. 'St Donat's Glamorganshire' . Two different views by S. Hooper and Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1774/5. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW19999] £15


WALES. ST DONAT'S CASTLE. 'Watch Tower near St Donat's Glamorganshire' by W. Watts Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, dated 1776. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20000] £10


WALES. ST MARY'S CHURCH. ANGLESEY. 'Pentraeth Chapel Anglesea' by S. Sparrow. Engravings, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20035] £10


WALES. ST WINIFRED'S WELL HOLYWELL. 'St Winefreds Well' by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1788. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20001] £10


WALES. STRATA FLORIDA ABBEY. 'North Door of Strata Florida Abby' View of abbey ruins with foliage and figures by Sparrow. Engraving, from GroseÕs 'Antiquities of England &Wales', good margins, Published by S. Hooper, 1786. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW20029] £10


WALES. TRETOWER CASTLE. 'Trtior Castle in Brecnockshire' by Carey. Hand-coloured engraving, from ' Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales', Published by A. Hogg, c.1785. 6.5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW20014] £8


WARWICK. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Warwick Castle. Miniature Engraving, slight stain and marking Early 19th century. 4 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13828] £10


WARWICK VASE. JOHN BRANDARD. "The Warwick Vase as it appears in the Green House erected for it at Warwick Castle", drawn from nature &on the Stone by J. Brandard [1812-1863]. Lithograph printed by Graf &Sons, showing the vase on an inscribed plinth, figures and dog, the vase flanked by large plants. good margins, small tear and some soiling below imprint, a little light spotting in surround, Published by C. Elston, Leamington, n.d., mid 19th century. 7.5in x 8in. A most attractive print. [ Ref: RGW14785] £50
*The Warwick Vase was found by Gavin Hamilton at Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. He sold it to Sir William Hamilton who had it repaired and hoped the British Museum would purchase it. When they declined it, he sent to his nephew George Grenville, 2nd Earl of Warwick, at Warwick Castle, who built a special greenhouse for it, designed by local architect, William Eboral. It is now in the Burrell Collection in Glasgow. The British Museum impression of this print has had the imprint removed.

WARWICKSHIRE. COMBE ABBEY. 'Combe Abbey'. Panelled interior with figures. Tinted lithograph after J.G. Jackson. Published Day &Son, 1840s. 8in x 11in [ Ref: RGW18120] £15


WARWICKSHIRE. GUY'S CLIFF. J. BRANDARD. "Guy's Cliff from the Mill " Lithograph view drawn J. Brandard [1812-1863], Printed by Graf and Soret on laid India paper. ink mark in right top corner, Published by C. Elston, Leamington, ? c.1850. 8in x 9in. [ Ref: RGW13535] £18


WARWICKSHIRE. STONELEIGH ABBEY. "Stoneleigh Abbey,The Park Gateway, West. (Deer Park)." Lithograph, drawn from Nature on the stone by J. Brandard [1812-1863], printed by J. Graf, on India paper, a little marking around edges, Published by G. Elston, Leamington, 7in x 9in [ Ref: RGW12479] £25
*A finely drawn Victorian lithograph.

WARWICKSHIRE. WARWICK CASTLE. 'Warwick Castle'. Engraving by S. Porter after T. Taylor, trimmed, small tear near title, 18th century. 5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW18123] £15


JOSEPH WALTER WEST [1860-1933] British Artist. Study for 'The Connoisseur' Elegant Woman seated in Jacobean chair. ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING, heightened with watercolours, Signed with monogram and titled. c.1904. 10.25 x 5.75in. Sold with a printed label from the Artist's Studio with the title and details added in ink. [ Ref: RGW19892] £150
*Provenance: Artist's Studio. Herbert &Gertrude Green, The Godlands, Tovil, Maidstone, Kent.

JOSEPH WALTER WEST [1860-1933] British Artist Two studies for 'The Silken Thread'. Elegant Woman seated holding thread; Gentleman in blue brocade holding skein of silk. ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWINGS, heightened with watercolours, one signed with monogram. c.1904. 9.75 x 6.25in. Sold with printed labels from the Artist's Studio with the title and details added in ink. [ Ref: RGW19893] £300
*Provenance: Artist's Studio. Herbert &Gertrude Green, The Godlands, Tovil, Maidstone, Kent. The finished painting, which may have had the alternative title of 'The Silken Cord' owned by L. Blumfeld, was illustrated in 'The Studio' in March 1907.

WESTMORLAND. BROUGHAM HALL. 'Broughham Hall Westmoreland'. Tinted lithograph after F.W. Hulme, Day &Son, 1840s. 8in x 12in [ Ref: RGW18121] £15


WESTMORLAND. MINIATURE ENGRAVING Ambleside Westmorland. Miniature Engraving, trimmed to image and laid down, Early 19th century. 4 x 5.5cm [ Ref: RGW13860] £10


WESTMORLAND. SIZERGH HALL. 'Sizergh Hall Westmoreland'. Tinted lithograph after F.W. Hulme, small tear below title, Day &Son, 1840s. 8in x 12in [ Ref: RGW18114] £15


After FRANCIS WHEATLEY [1747-1801] 'New Mackrel, New Mackrel Maquereux. Macquereux frais et Gros'. Two ladies in doorway look at fish. Plate 5 from Cries of London, by Niccollo Schiavonetti 1[771-1813] Stipple engraving, some creases and tears in surround, Colnaghi &Co, 1 Jan 1795. 16.5 x 13in. Good impression. WEBSTER. Wheatley. E105.ii [ Ref: RGW19668] £50
*An early impression from this well-known and oft reprinted series.

JAMES A. McNEILL WHISTLER [1834-1903] American Artist. 'Fulham'. Bridge with barges and church tower. Photogravure, with butterfly monogram, from 'Art Journal', 1882. Image size 133 x 200mm. KENNEDY 182a [ Ref: RGW19423] £50
*The original etched plate made c. 1878 was sold to the Fine Art Society, who made a photogravure and published it under the title 'Chelsea'. The print in fact shows not Fulham but Battersea bridge and Chelsea church. This photogravure is slightly smaller than the etching and has a line around the image.

ETHELBERT WHITE [1891-1972] "Three Deer on Path in Beech Forest". Colour reproduction, with hatched border, Fine Art Trade Guild stamp, "KXL" Overall size 23in x 27in [ Ref: RGW10327] £50


ADOLPHE WILLETTE [1857-1926] French Artist 'The Pious Mistake'. Girl kneeling in prayer to poster by Mucha, dog beside her, near railway . Lithograph, issued with 'Les Maitres de l'Affiche' a little spotting, mark on top corner where removed from album, Printed by Chaix, 1898. 15.25in x 11.25in [ Ref: RGW19234] £30


After RICHARD WILSON [1713-1782] British Artist. 'Cicero at His Villa' Landscape with figures, villa, trees and river by William Woollett [1735-1785] Engraving and Etching, 5th State with Dedication to Sir John Smith and coat of arms, laid down, a couple of slight brown spots in sky, Published Wm Woollett, 4 June 1778. 17.5in x 21.75in (sheet size) Good clean impression. FAGAN 100.4 [ Ref: RGW19548] £120
*Richard Wilson was an important and hugely influential landscape painter. Having studied in Italy, he applied the compositional techniques of Claude and Poussin to the depiction of British landscapes. This print is after the painting entitled 'Cicero with his Friend Atticus and Brother Quintus at his Villa at Arpinum'. Although the location of Cicero's villa at Arpino was known, this landscape is remarkably unspecific and David Solkin has suggested it is based on Wilson's familiar Welsh scenery. However, the building itself bears some resemblance to another of Cicero's properties - the Villa Rufinella. See P162 'Richard Wilson Online'.

WILTSHIRE. MALMESBURY ABBEY. 'The North Prospect of the Conventuall Chuch of Malmesbury that is to say of that now remaynes' by Daniel King. Etching, from Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum', trimmed on sides, two small marginal tears, 1661 or later. 180 x 275mm. [ Ref: RGW19660] £20


WILTSHIRE. STONEHENGE. 'A South View of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in the County of Wilts', sheep and figure in foreground. Engraving, with later hand-colouring, from 'The Complete English Traveller', foxed, c. 1780. 7.5in x 11.75in [ Ref: RGW17843] £40


WINDSOR. After JOSEPH FARINGTON [1747-1821]. 'Windsor Bridge'. View of river with boats with castle in background. by J.C. Stadler. Hand-coloured aquatint with engraved border, from ' History of the River Thames', Published by J. &J. Boydell, Shakespeare Gallery, 1793. Sheet size 12in x 16in [ Ref: RGW20081] £45


WINE. HENEKEY KISLINGBURY &CO. Advertisement for Gray's Inn Wine Establishment. Wood-engraved illus, of the wine cellar at head, price list on recto. Octavo sheet, printed on green paper, c. 1842. 8.5 x 5.25in [ Ref: RGW17756] £10


After ABRAHAM BRUINING VAN WORRELL [1787-1832] 'The Last Shooting Excursion of His Late Royal Highness the Duke of York', the Duke on horseback, two men in top hats holding flintlocks, a dog in the foreground, engraved by William Giller [c.1805-c.1870] Mezzotint, printed in colours, slight abrasions on surround, M. Colnaghi &R. Ackerman, 1827. 14 x 16.5in (mount opening) SILTZER 'British Sporting Prints' 1929. p.360. [ Ref: RGW19253] £150
*Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany [1763-1827] second son of George III was an army commander.

FRANS VAN DEN WYNGAERDE [1614 - 1679] Flemish Artist. The Flight to Egypt, after Jan Thomas of Ypern [1617 - 1678]. Etching, lettered below, with one verse in Latin and with two-line dedication to Francisco Carpentier from Jan Thomas commencing 'Dum nusquam', good margins, 1650, but a later printing. 302 x 410mm Hollstein 2.II [ Ref: RGW17432] £135
*The Holy Family, Mary heavy with child, emerging from a forest led by a donkey, putti overhead, angels offer Jesus a basket of fruit. The depiction of the figures was influenced by Rubens.

YORK. "Ouse Bridge, York". Engraving, trimmed, 18th century, 4in x 6in. Sold with a related printed account of the bridge. [ Ref: RGW10077] £10
*Shows a man fishing.

YORKSHIRE. COVERHAM ABBEY. Two views of Coverham Abbey by Ellis, and Godfrey. Engravings, corners tipped onto backing sheet, S. Hooper, 1785. each, 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW10074] £12


YORKSHIRE. DONCASTER. "St James's Hospital, Just Opened, Doncaster". Woodcut, laid down, 3.5in x 4.25in [ Ref: RGW12622] £10


YORKSHIRE. KNARESBOROUGH. "The Petrifying or Dropping Well near Knaresborough Castle Yorkshire". Engraving, for "Lady's Magazine", trimmed and laid down, 18th century. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW10071] £10


YORKSHIRE. KNARESBOROUGH. "Dropping Well near Knaresborough in Yorkshire". Engraving, trimmed and laid down, 18th century. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW18174] £5


YORKSHIRE. HARROGATE 'Sulphur Well Pump Room Low Harrogate', Engraved vignette printed on card, by W. Moore York, I. Cave, 19th century. 3in x 4.5in [ Ref: RGW18176] £5


YORKSHIRE. MASK HALL. Mask Hall, Seat of John Hutton, by Taylor. Engraving, on laid paper, Shrewsbury, C. Hulbert, n.d. 4in x 6.25in [ Ref: RGW10055] £10
*An 18th century print but a 19th century impression.

YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. "Entrance to Scarborough", Steel- engraved vignette, after John Bell, published by W.W. Theakston, Scarborough, 19th century. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1285] £9


YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. 'Saloon, Scarborough', after H.B. Carter, Steel- engraved vignette, corners cut away, published by W.W. Theakston, Scarborough, 19th century, 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1287] £6


YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. 'St Mary's Church, Scarborough', Steel-engraved vignette, after John Bell, published by W.W. Theakston, Scarborough, corners cut away, 19th century. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1288] £5


YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. "Scarborough from the Sea", Steel- engraved vignette, by E. Roberts, published by J. &F. Harwood, 19th century. 3in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1289] £8


YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. Scarborough Castle and Bay after W. Westall by E. Finden, Engraving, published by J. &F. Harwood, 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1291 ] £6


YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. Scarborough, after J. Hornsey by J. Walker. Engraving, from Copperplate Magazine, J. Walker, 1795, some marking on corners, 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW10053] £15
*In the foreground, a gentleman looks out to sea with a telescope.

YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. Scarborough, after J. Hornsey by J. Walker. Engraving, from Copperplate Magazine, some marking on two corners, J. Walker, 1798. 4.5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW10057] £15
*Shows the beach and castle.

YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. Scarborough Cliff Bridge, after M. Baynes drawn on the stone by T.M. Baynes Lithograph printed by C. Hullmandel, large margins, Published by W.W. Cracknell, Scarborough, 1827. 6in x 7.5in Excellent impression of a scarce print. [ Ref: RGW14783] £30
*The first stone of the bridge was laid on 29 November 1826. It was opened on 19 July 1827 and linked the St Nicholas Cliff to the Scarborough Spa.

YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. "Scarborough from the Sea", Steel- engraved vignette, by B. Carter. corners trimmed, J. Theakstone, 1842. 3in x 6in [ Ref: RGW18096] £8


YORKSHIRE. SCARBOROUGH. 'Entrance to Scarborough Castle', Steel- engraved vignette, published by J. &F. Harwood, corners trimmed, 19th century. 4.5in x 6in [ Ref: RGW18097] £5


YORKSHIRE. SELBY West Face of Selby Church, by Daniel King. Etching, trimmed to image, on a backing sheet, mark by door, small tears on left side and corners 17th century. 4in x 6.75in [ Ref: RGW10041] £12


YORKSHIRE. SNAPE HALL. "Snape Hall". Engraving, published by S. Hooper, 1787, tipped onto backing sheet by corners, 4.5in x 6in [ Ref: RGW10054] £10


YORKSHIRE. STUDLEY ROYAL. 'View of the Lake in the Gardens at Studley, the Seat of William Aislabie, Esq' Figures in foreground. Engraving, 18th entury. 5in x 8in [ Ref: RGW19805] £15


YORKSHIRE. WHITBY. "Whitby". Engraving, after C. Bentley by H.Wallis, trimmed within platemark, and tipped onto backing sheet, 4in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW10047] £10

Top