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All lots are offered subject to the Conditions of Sale and Business printed in this catalogue, and reserves.

1 Follower of Hieronymus Bosch Th e Te m p TaT i o n o f

Sa i n T an T h o n y, oil on panel, 70 x 47 cm. (27 ½ x 18 ½

in). £1,500 - £2,000

2 John Collet (1725-1780) fi g u r e S a n d a n i m a l S in a

l a n d S c a p e, a castle and abbey ruins beyond, in a feigned

oval, oil on canvas, signed J. Collet lower left, 45.5 x

62 cm (18 x 24 ½ in) £3,000 - £5,000

❦ Oils

Lot2

*** Provance: Doyle New York, Old Master Paintings

and Drawings, 21st October 1998, Lot 57. Lot1

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3 Attributed to Jacob Philipp Hackert la k e ne m i, oil

on canvas, 40.5 x 64 cm. (16 x 25 ¼ in).

£1,500 - £2,000

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4 Follower of Rembrandt van Rijn po rT r a i T o f a

b e a r d e d o l d m a n , oil on canvas, 68.5 x 53 cm. (27 x 20

¾ in). £2,000 - £3,000


5 Follower of John Constable, lo c k S c e n e, oil on

canvas, bears signature lower left, 64 x 77 cm (25 ¼ x

30 ¼ in). £2,000 - £3,000

Lot5

Lot6

6 19th century Continental School a v i e w o f pa l e r m o

a n d mo n T e pe l l e g r i n o, oil on canvas, a possible

indistinct signature lower right, 22 x 30.5 cm. (8 ¾ x 12

in). £500 - £750

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7 Manner of Charles Francois Daubigny (1817-

1878) co a S Ta l S k e T c h, oil on panel, 20 x 24 cm (7 ¾ x

9 ½ in). £150 - £200

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8 William Trost Richards (1833-1905) co a S T aT

la n d’S en d, co r n wa l l, oil on board, signed lower

right, 22.5 x 41 cm. (9 x 16 in). £1,000 - £1,500


9 Charles Thornley (1840-1898) Sh i p p i n g o f f a

c o a S Ta l T o w n , various sailing ships, a steamship and

a rowing boat, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 25.5 x

40.5cm. (10 x 16 ins). £1,500 - £2,000

Lot9

Lot10

10 Charles Thornley (1840-1898) a f i S h i n g h a r b o u r

aT S u n S e T, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 25.5 x

40.5cm. (10 x 16 ins). £1,500 - £2,000

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11 Attributed to George Barrell Willcocks RA (1811-

18 caT T l e in a w o o d e d l a n d S c a p e, oil on canvas, bears

two signatures lower right, 62 x 75 cm (24 3/8 x 29 ½

in). £1,500 - £2,500

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12 Evelyn Chester (née Davy, 1875-1929) a pa i r o f

S T i l l l i f e S o f f r u i T a n d f l o w e r S, both oil on card, both

signed lower left, each c.19 x 29 cm (7 ½ x 11 ½ in)

(2). £120 - £180

Lot11

Lot13

13 J. F. Darley (1847-1932) Th e di S Ta n T he r d, oil on

board, studio stamp on reverse, 17 x 21cm (6 ¾ x 8 ¼

in) £150 - £200


Lot14

14 20th century Greek School ST u d y o f a p e a S a n T in

a h aT f i l l i n g h i S pipe, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed

lower right, 47.5 x 37.5 cm. (18 ¾ x 14 ¾ in).

£150 - £200

Lot15

15 F. Moore [Thomas Rudd] lnwr wh a l e

pr e c u r S o r cl a S S, nº 513 pr e c u r S o r, oil on board,

c.1913, signed in red, lower right, with original back

board inscribed with contemporary note, 27 x 37.5cm

(10 ½ x 14 ¾ in), unframed. £200 - £300

*** Provenance: Given by Lord Edward Grosvenor

(1892-1929), whom it is believed commissioned the

painting, to his nephew who in turn gifted it to the great

aunt of the current owner.

Lot16

16 Maxa Nordau (1897-1991) Th e yo u n g dav i d, oil

on canvas, signed lower right, inscribed labels for the

Salon des Independents., 1962, and the Grand Prix de

Peintures de Vichy, on verso of stretcher, 100 x 73 cm

(39 ¼ x 28 ¾ in) £200 - £300

Lot17

17 M. Verstraete (19-20th century) lo w co u n T r i e S

r u r a l l a n d S c a p e, oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘09,

lower right, 30.5 x 45cm (12 x 17 ¾ in). £150 - £200

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18 Elinor Bellingham-Smith (1906-1988) un T i T l e d,

oil on canvas, 1979, initialled EBS in black paint on

lower left, 51 x 91.5 cm (20 x 36 in). £600 - £800

Lot19

19 Elinor Bellingham-Smith (1906-1988) un T i T l e d,

oil on canvas, 1979, initialled EBS in black paint on

lower left, 51 x 91.5 mm (20 x 36 in). £600 - £800

Lot20

20 Paolo Lunanova pu n Ta e li n e a, oil on canvas,

1987, signed, titled and dated in black paint verso, 90 x

80 cm (35 ½ x 31 ½ in); accompanied by two marbled

indian gouaches on paper, each 45.5 x 35.5 cm (18 x 14

in) (2). £100 - £150

Lot21

21 δ Roger Selden (b.1945) ow l e r, acrylic and

charcoal on paper, 1981, signed and dated in pencil

lower right, 98 x 74 cm (38 ½ x 29 1/8 in); accompanied

by a framed charcoal fan collage on paper, 75 x 104 cm

(29 ½ x 41 in) (2) £300 - £500

Lot22

22 Jan Wielkzko (1919-1998) ab S T r a c T, oil on canvas,

c.1950, signed in red paint upper left, 61 x 38.5 cm (24

x 15 1/8 in). £200 - £300


Lot23

23 John Bell (1812-1895) ST u d y o f a n r e n a i S S a n c e

f r e S c o, watercolour over pencil, signed Joannes Bell in

a small tablet cartouche lower left of centre, 42.5 x 23

cm. (16æ x 9 in), unframed. £200 - £300

*** Provenance: From the collection of Joseph Bonomi

Jnr. (1796-1878) and thence by descent to the present

owner.

Lot25

❦ Watercolours

Lot25

Lot24

24 Myles Birket Foster R.W.S. (1825-1899) wy c h

el m; ba r k o f T h e wy c h el m, two watercolours over

pencil, the first signed (“B. Foster”), titled and inscribed

“Eywood August 11th” in pencil, the second initialled

and titled in pencil, mounted together, 14 x 13cm. and 4

x 6.8cm. (5 ½ x 5 in. and 1 ½ x 2 ¾ in.).

£300 - £400

*** Provenance: according to a label on the verso,

from an album of early work compiled by the artist’s

second wife Fanny. The scale and detail recall Foster’s

apprenticeship as a wood engraver.

25 Myles Birket Foster R.W.S. (1825-1899)

ST o c k h o l m, 3 v i e wS , watercolours over pencil,

heightened with body white, all signed with monogram

BF at lower left or right, and titled Stockholm in

opposing corner, presented in a single gilt mount, two

each 6.5 x 10.5 cm. (2 ½ x 4 1/8 in), the central one 8 x

11.5 cm. (3 1/8 x 4 ½ in). £800 - £1,200

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26 Frank Boggs (1855-1926) fr e n c h r u r a l l a n d S c a p e,

pastel over charcoal on grey paper, signed right, 29.5 x

35.5 cm. (11 ½ x 14 in). £150 - £250

Lot27

27 Frank Boggs (1855-1926) gr a n d c a m p, watercolour

over pencil, signed, titled and dated, 1876, lower left,

24.5 x 38 cm. (9 ¾ x 15 in) £300 - £500

Lot28

28 Hercules Brabazon Brabazon (1821-1906) fi S h i n g

b o aT S , watercolour and charcoal, signed with initials

lower right, 14 x 23 cm (5 ½ x 9 in). £200 - £300

Lot29

29 Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900) a g r o u p o f 5 v i e wS

a r o u n d ro m e , Castel Gandolfo, Tivoli, Sermoneta and

Ninfa (this with an autograph letter addressed to Signora

Duchessa, inscribed below), Ponte Lucano, and a view

from the Palazzo dei Cesare, all in pen and black ink

with monochrome wash, all signed Gonzalvo Carelli,

and titled, all mounted on supports, each average 15.5 x

21 cm. (6 x 8 ¼ in) or the reverse, the last named with

an additional pencil drawing of Piazza del Mercato di

Olivano, this by another hand, all unframed (5).

£1,000 - £1,500

Lot30

30 Frank Catano (19th century) eg y p T i a n ST r e e T

Sc e n e, watercolour, signed lower right, 26.5 x 43.5cm

(10 ½ x 17 in). £200 - £300


Lot31

31 Chinese School 3 b o Ta n i c a l S T u d i e S, watercolour

and gouache on a Chinese paper, laid on early 19th

century, india ink-ruled, English wove paper supports,

each c.38 x 29 cm. (15 x 11 ½ in), unframed (3).

£300 - £400

*** Provenance: from an album of similar studies, lot

24 from the Philip Robinson Library sale, Sotheby’s,

November 1988, the album having been inscribed on

the front free endpaper “purchased at the Sale of Alex

Davison Esqr” (30 April, 1817), and marked 24024 [c.f.

Phillips MS.24024, (China and Bengal, c.1780-1800)].

Lot32

32 Chinese School ph o e n i x a n d b l o S S o m, ink wash,

watercolour and gouache from the 19th century , 125 x

66 cm.(49 x 26 in), on three sheets joined, linen-backed

and mounted on bamboo rollers, in large box frame.

£600 - £800

Lot33

33 Chinese School ph o e n i x a S k i n g o f T h e b i r d S, ink

wash, watercolour and gouache from the 19th century.

125 x 66 cm. (49 x 26 in), on three sheets joined, linenbacked

and mounted on bamboo rollers, in large box

frame. £600 - £800

Lot34

34 Chinese School ph o e n i x, f i n c h a n d b l o S S o m, a pair

of ink wash, watercolour and gouache from the 19th

century each c.130 x 32.5 cm.(51 x 13 in), on three

sheets, joined, linen-backed and mounted on bamboo

rollers in large box frames (2). £600 - £800

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35 Chinese School ph o e n i x e S g aT h e r i n g, ink wash,

watercolour and gouache, 19th century, 125 x 66

cm.(49 x 26 in) on three sheets, joined, linen-backed

and mounted on bamboo rollers, in large box frame.

£600 - £800

Lot36

36 Emma Cowell co a l br i g, fe l p h a m, brown wash,

heightened with white, on grey paper, c.1859, signed

and inscribed on detached mount, affixed to back of

frame, 12 x 17cm (4 ¾ x 6 ¾ in). £100 - £150

Lot37

37 Circle of Walter Crane Th e Th r e e gr a c e S,

watercolour and extensive use of body white on paper,

linen backed over a wooden stretcher, 40.5 x 60.5 cm.

(16 x 20 in). £800 - £1,200

Lot38

38 Attributed to Joshua Cristall ba m b o r o u g h ca S T l e,

no rT h u m b e r l a n d, monochrome watercolour wash and

black ink, late 18th/early 19th century, inscribed in ink,

lower left, 12.5 x 18cm (5 x 7 in). £300 - £500


Lot39

39 19th century English School po rT r a i T m i n i aT u r e

o f a y o u n g g e n T l e m a n, half length, wearing navy coat

and matching cravat over a white waistcoat and high

collar, watercolour and ink over pencil, on oval card,

inscription identifying Joseph Hind of Dewsbury, aged

23, and dated 1842, on verso, with a further indistinct

inscription below, 8.5 x 7 cm. (3 ½ x 2 ¾ in).

£100 - £150

Lot40

40 Indian School a g r o u p o f 10 m i c a h pa i n T i n g S, trades

and occupations, processional scenes, gouache on mica,

19th century, v.s., average 9 x 13 cm. (3 x 5 in); with

a later erotic watercolour of an Indian mystic with a

beautiful young maiden, all unframed (11).

£200 - £300

Lot41

41 Indian School. 2 e r o T i c S c e n e S, one depicting a

courting couple in an interior, the other of a figure on

horseback, the horse composed of copulating couples,

watercolour and gouache on native paper with text on

verso, 19th century, each c.16 x 9 cm. (6 ¼ x 3 ½ in),

both unframed (2). £150 - £200

Lot42

42 Edwin Dalton Smith (1800-1883) Tu l i p S T u d y

watercolour, signed in ink, and indistinctly dated, lower

right, 27 x 21.5 cm. (10 ½ x 8 ½ in). £150 - £200

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43 Frank Wasley (1854-1934) a bo aT i n g pa rT y,

watercolour and gouache over charcoal, signed lower

left, 73 x 52.5 cm (28 ¾ x 20 ¾ in). £200 - £300

Lot44

44 a g o o d g r o u p o f d r aw i n g S o f lo n d o n b r i d g e S a n d

w a T e r w a y S , including one of the construction of Tower

Bridge, watercolour over pencil, inscribed on verso,

Dutch Schuytes off Billingsgate, and dated 1892, 12.5

x 17.5cm (5 x 7 in); another showing the construction

of Blackfriars Bridge, pencil, indistinctly inscribed and

dated, 1869, tipped onto support erroneously captioned

Southwark Bridge, 11 x 18cm. (4 ¼ x 7 in); and 4 other

drawings showing Westminster Bridge, steamers on the

Thames, Marylebone Basin, and the Grand Union canal

at Uxbridge, unframed (6) £120 - £180

Lot45

45 Giovanni Bonello (1858-1920) vi e w o f va l e T Ta

ha r b o u r, gouache, signed with initials lower left, 10.5

x 28.5 cm. (4 ¼ x 11 ¼ in) § Carmello Bonello (fl. 1920-

1940) Maltese Fishing Boat, gouache, signewd with

initials lower right, mounted on contemporary support

dated 1924, 17 x 7.5 cm. (6 ¾ x 3 in) (2).

£200 - £300

Lot46

46 Caziel (1906-1988) ab S T r a c T, charcoal and pastel

on paper, signed and dated, 1966, in black crayon upper

right, on Canson paper, 64 x 49 cm (25 1/8 x 19 ¼ in).

£400 - £600


Lot47

47 δ Jane Corsellis N.E.A.C., R.B.A. (b.1940) Th e

ca m p aT daw n , pu S h k a r ca m e l fa i r, in d i a; w iT h Th e

ho ly la k e (in d i a), 2 watercolours heightened with

body white, both signed lower right, 38 x 43 cm (15 x

17 in) and 44 x 47.5 cm (17 ¼ x 18 ¾ in), respectively

(2). £200 - £300

*** Provenance: with the New Academy.

Lot48

48 Duncan Grant (1885-1978) un T i T l e d, watercolour

and pencil on paper, signed in brown ink lower right,

140 x 45 cm (5 1/8 x 17 ¾ in). £2,000 - £3,000

Lot49

49 Robert Medley (1905-1994) Jo k e r S, xm a S ,

watercolour and ink on paper, 1989, signed and dated

in pencil on upper edge, titled and dated in pencil in

upper margin, 17 x 13 cm (6 7 ̸8 x 5 1/8 in).

£200 - £250

Lot50

50 Wanda Ostrowska (20th century) Si n T r a,

po rT u g a l, exterior view of a palace, also with an interior

view by the same hand, watercolours over pencil, both

signed in pencil, and the former titled, lower right, the

former also with a label on the backboard inscribed

Porta do Sol Katedra, is Evora, Portugalia, 40 x 48.5

cm. (15 ¾ x 19 in) and 33.5 x 27 cm. (13 ¼ x 10 ½ in)

(2). £200 - £300

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51 Llewellyn Petley-Jones (1908-1986) pl a c e d e S

vo S g e S, pa r i S, watercolour, signed and dated in pencil

‘62, lower right, title inscribed in pencil, lower left, 51

x 37cm (20 x 14 ½ in). £200 - £300

Lot52

52 Llewellyn Petley-Jones (1908-1986) ST i l l l i f e,

watercolour, signed and dated ‘67, lower left, 37 x

52cm (14 ½ x 20 ½ in). £200 - £300


53 Ernst Udet (1896-1941) a g o o d g r o u p o f 32 m i l i Ta ry

a i r c r a f T d e S i g n S, profile studies of fighter planes and

bombers of various nationalities, from 1917 to 1941,

including the British Westland Lysander, Camel F.1,

Bristol and others, the French Reggiana 2001, Martin

and others, the American Boeing P.26A, and the Spad

XIII der Amerikanischen Expeditions Korp, 1918,

German Messerschmitts, Heinkels, Fokkers, and

Junkers, including the 87 Bomber der Spanischen

Luftwaffe, 1937, and others, 32 watercolours, with pen

and ink, over pencil, all on the same coarse-textured

paper, all signed over an iron cross motif, all identified in

captions below, some further annotated above, bearing

various dates, probably of original encounters, up to

1941, each c.37 x 50cm. (14 ½ x 19 ¾ in), unframed

(32). £1,500 - £2,000

*** Ernst Udet (1896-1941) was a WW1 flying ace,

second only to Manfred von Richthofen in his success

rate of those who survived the conflict. He went on

to be a stunt pilot, flying at airshows and in films, in

Germany and in Hollywood, living a playboy life.

He found backing to start producing his own aircraft,

but with limited success. However, he was invited by

Göring, whom he had met in the First War, to assist with

design and development to rebuild the Luftwaffe. This

included buying foreign planes, such as the American

Curtiss Hawk, for research. From this, Udet developed

Lot53

the concept of the dive-bomber.

But Udet was not politically motivated. Once hostilities

broke out and he was in charge of production, the

pressures, with limited resources, were immense. This

intensified the acrimony between Udet and Göring, who

had never liked each other, and put great mental strain

on Udet. When he was blamed by Göring for losing the

Battle of Britain, it became too much and he committed

suicide, a fact that was concealed from the public, who

were told he died a hero.

These drawings were obviously executed at the same

time as each other, the various dates seeming to relate to

their original production, or perhaps Udet’s own direct

experience of them. Almost all are in German markings,

whatever their original nationality, and many are

annotated umgebaut und von de kaiserlichen Deutschen

Luftstreitkräfte geflogen. But it is not clear if those from

the First War were converted and actually saw service

again, or were simply used for evaluation. Udet’s passion

for the plane over national politics is reflected in the note

inscribed on the American Boeing P.26A, Deutschland

muss solcheinen sturzkampfbomber besitzein! (Germany

must have such dive fighters!)

He was known as an accomplished artist as well as a

designer, and it is possible to speculate this group of

drawings was undertaken at a time of personal reflection

on what had mattered to him most towards the end of his

ultimately troubled life (1941 is the latest date to appear).

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Lot56

54 δ Gillian Wise (b.1936) STa c k e d, mapped a n d

ST r u n g’ watercolour on paper, 1984, initialled and

dated in black ink lower right, 38.5 x 28.5 cm (15 1/8 x

11 2/8 in). £350 - £450

Lot55

55 co a S Ta l S c e n e o f no rT h cy p r u S, watercolour, 20th

century, 29 x 61.5 cm. (11 ½ x 24 ¼ in). £200 - £300

56 Jupp Dernbach-Mayen (1908-1990) un T i T l e d;

un T i T l e d i, two mixed media collages on paper, ca.1950,

15 x 30.5 mm (5 7 ̸8 x 12 in) (2). £500 - £700


Lot57

57 Manner of John White Abbott, ci r c u l a r

p i c T u r e S q u e l a n d S c a p e, pen and ink, with monochrome

wash, over pencil, on 18th century laid paper, 20.5

cm. diameter (8 in); with a continental landscape, pen

and ink wash drawing, signed Alb. Way, and dated

1829, lower right, 11 x 17 cm. (4 ¼ x 6 ¾ in), and 6

mounted Italian scenes, by various hands; also a still

life of seashells and seaweed, in watercolour on card,

all unframed (9). £200 - £300

Lot58

58 Follower of Giuseppe Cades he r c u l e S aT T h e

cr o S S r o a d S, pen and black ink with monochrome wash,

early 19th century, 28 x 39 cm. (11 x 15 ¼ in).

£500 - £750

❦ Drawings

Lot59

59 Fierenzola Cremonese (18th century) po rT r a i T

o f fe l i c e To r e l l i, three quarter view head study in

charcoal, with extensive inscription in ink on the recto,

another study in profile on the verso, 29.5 x 21 cm. (11

¾ x 8 ¼ in). £150 - £200

*** The indistinctly signed inscription (?Benedetto

Rosetta) states that this portrait of the baroque painter,

Felice Torelli (1667-1748), by his pupil, Fierenzola

Cremonese, is vouched to be a very good likeness by

another one-time pupil and respected student, Giuseppe

Zuandetti.

Lot60

60 Attributed to Johann Melchior Füssli de aT h o f

a Sa i n T, pen and black ink, with occasional brown

ink, monochrome grey wash, an inset area lower right

with a slightly differing wash, mounted on gilt-band

and brown ink-ruled support, this bearing early pencil

signature of Diepenbeeck, also inscribed on verso, and

with alternative attribution to Johann Melchior Füssli,

19 x 15 cm. (7 ½ x 6 in); with a drawing of St Jerome

in the Wilderness, also in the manner of Abraham van

Diepenbeeck, pen and brown ink, with grey wash,

heightened with white, 27.5 x 20.5 cm. (10 ¾ x 8 in);

with another drawing by a different hand (3).

£300 - £500

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Lot61

61 After Hans Holbein a g r o u p o f 6 p o rT r a i T S 4 bust

length of bearded men, 2 of women, charcoal and red

chalk, on 18th century laid paper, acquisition labels

on verso of mounts, each c.20 x 15.5 cm. (8 x 6 in);

with 2 further portraits by other hands, a 17th century

gentleman, and an Italian cleric, the latter with arms

and title, Annibal Albanus, below, 6 unframed (8).

£250 - £350

*** Provenance: The 6 drawings after Holbein excollection

of Professor John Isaacs. Sold at Sotheby’s,

28th January 1965.

Lot62

62 Christopher Machell (1747-1827) a g r o u p o f S m a l l

p i c T u r e S q u e l a n d S c a p e S, including 3 of Bolton Abbey,

others of Beeston Castle in Cheshire, a waterfall, a

windmill, a watermill and other rustic or coastal scenes,

pen and ink, most with monochrome wash, one with

watercolour, all mounted on buff paper supports, v.s.,

12.5 x 20 cm. to 18.5 x 26 cm. (5 x 8 in to 7 ¼ x 10 ¼

in), all unframed (12). £150 - £250

Lot63

63 Christopher Machell (1747-1827) a g r o u p o f

T o p o g r a p h i c a l a n d p i c T u r e S q u e d r aw i n g S, views in

York and Newcastle, rustic, harbour and other scenes,

pencil drawings, some with monochrome wash, a few

inscribed, v.s., 11.5 x 16 cm. to 27 x 38 cm. (4 ½ x 6 ¼

in to 10 ½ x 15 in); with a small etching of a picturesque

ruin by Machell, on laid paper watermarked 1813, 12

x 16.5 cm (4 ¾ x 6 ½ in), all unframed (18).

£150 - £250

Lot64

64 Christopher Machell (1747-1827) ru S T i c f i g u r e S

b e f o r e a l a r g e r u i n, watercolour over pen and ink,

21 x 29 cm. (8 ¼ x 11 ¼ in); with a group of other

picturesque landscapes, pen and ink with monochrome

wash, v.s., all unframed (10). £200 - £300


Lot65

65 De Angelis (early 19th century) vi e w o f T h e

vaT i c a n f r o m T h e vi l l a bo r g h e S e pencil drawing,

heightened with body white, on blue paper, signed

lower left, 20.5 x 32 cm. (8 x 12 ½ in), unframed.

£200 - £300

Lot66

66 Joseph Bonomi Jnr (1796-1878) cl a S S i c a l a n d

o T h e r f i g u r e S T u d i e S, including a classical architectural

interior with an amorous couple surrounded by his

military trappings and other objects of antiquity,

watercolour over pencil, heightened with chalk, dated

1818 lower right, 46 x 63 cm. (18 x 24 ¾ in); a sheet

of studies of hands, both anatomical and from classical

statuary, pen and brown ink, and pencil, signed Bonomi

in pencil lower right, with a study of a sleeping baby,

on the verso, in pen and black ink over pencil, dated

in the same hand as the first sheet, 1815, lower right,

the sheet 53 x 33.5 cm. (21 x 13 ¼ in); a seated nude,

charcoal, inscribed in the same hand again, Set by Mr

Wilkie, 1821, lower left, 54.5 x 37.5 cm. (21 ½ x 14

¼ in); with a mixed group of other classical figure

drawings, including 3 cut-outs in black on terracotta

paper, a pencil sketch of Rome, and a sketch of a large

public sculpture (?Marianne), on whatman paper dated

1854, all unframed (11). £300 - £500

*** Provenance: From the collection of Joseph Bonomi

Jnr. (1796-1878) and thence by descent to the present

owner.

Lot67

67 Joseph Bonomi Snr.(1739-1808) we S T Se c T i o n o f

T h e Sa l o o n aT bu r l e y, elevation of wall, fireplace and

overmantle, and door, pen with grey wash, signed and

dated, Joseph Bonomi, Architect, 1783, lower left, titled

in ink above, scale lower centre, 43 x 58.5 cm. (17 x 23

in); with a partial ground plan of a large institutional

building, including Governor’s office, work rooms,

stores, kitchen and scullery, watch house and prison,

pen and grey wash on 18th century laid paper, later

inscribed attribution to Joseph or Ignatius Bonomi on

verso, remaining sheet 63.5 x 103 cm. (25 x 40 ½ in)

both unframed (2). £300 - £500

*** Provenance: From the collection of Joseph Bonomi,

and thence by descent to the present owner.

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Lot68

68 an a l b u m o f p r i n T S a n d d r aw i n g S, inscribed on the

front pastedown to Miss Martin from Dr and Mrs Lee

of Hartwell House, 1854, including 2 engraved views

of the house, 3 etchings with aquatint of antiquities by

John Martin and J.C. Stadler, 3 etchings by J. Crofton

Croker, inscribed by the printmaker, and a mixed

group of drawings and watercolours by various hands,

including some by members of the de Cosson family,

landscapes, figure studies, portraits and caricatures, also

a manuscript map of Egypt, some mounted on album

leaves, most loosely inserted, half-morocco over cloth

boards, worn, gilt-lettered and tooled morocco label,

Miss Martin, on upper board, upper joint broken, folio.

£200 - £300

*** Provenance: From the collection of Joseph Bonomi

Jnr. (1796-1878) and thence by descent to the present

owner. The eminent astronomer, Dr John Lee, inherited

Hartwell House in 1827, and the Royal Meteorological

Society was founded in his library there, in 1850. This

was also the year that the famous Egyptologist and

architect, Joseph Bonomi Jnr, undertook the commission

to construct a folly in the garden of Hartwell, the

Egyptian Spring. Bonomi had earlier married Jessie

Martin, daughter of the visionary artist, John Martin.

Lot69

69 C.E. Lloyd Browne (19th century) a S k e T c h b o o k

o f a v o ya g e To in d i a, 36 sketches of Marseilles,

Alexandria, Cairo, Aden, Ceylon, Madras, Monghyr,

Oudh, Delhi, Lucknow, and the Himalayas, most in

watercolour, a few in pencil, 1866, a few double page,

captioned on opposing versos and inscribed on front

pastedown, 1866, partially disbound in oblong 8vo

album. £200 - £300

Lot70

70 John Gibson (1791-1866) fi g u r e g r o u p S T u d y f o r

c l a S S i c a l b aT T l e S c e n e, pencil on wove paper, with grid

lines, signed in pencil lower left, 40.5 x 60 cm. (16 x 23

½ in), unframed. £200 - £300

*** Provenance: From the collection of Joseph Bonomi

Jnr. (1796-1878) and thence by descent to the present

owner.


Lot71

71 Carl Wilhelm Götzloff (1799-1866) iTa l i a n

p e a S a n T S p r ay i n g aT a way S i d e S h r i n e, distant view of

Rome beyond, monochrome bistre wash over pencil,

signed in pencil, lower right, hinged into mount, 18 x

22.5cm (7 x 9 in), unframed. £150 - £250

72 Antonio Senape (1788-1850) Te m p l i di pe S To;

meSSina pr e S a da l l a ca l a b r i a, a view of the three

Greek temples at Paestum with cattle and figures,

and a view of Messina harbour with Etna smoking in

the distance, two pen drawings in blue and black ink,

each on two sheets, joined by linen backing, early 19th

century, each titled in ink, lower right, each folding on

central join, 17 x 52cm. (6 ¾ x 20 ½ in) and 17 x 57cm.

6 ¾ x 22 ½ in), respectively, unframed.

£400 - £600

Lot72

Lot73

73 Jules Louis Frédéric Villeneuve (1796-1842) le

ru i S S e a u d e Sa S S e n a g e, pencil drawing, c.1824, a study

for a published lithograph, 16 x 21 cm. (6 ¼ x 8 ¼ in);

with a copy of the lithograph and 18 others from the

same series of views in France and Switzerland, by

Godefroy Engelmann after Villeneuve and others, all

unframed (20). £200 - £300

Lot74

74 a m i x e d g r o u p o f 19T h c e n T u ry l a n d S c a p e S,

p o rT r a i T S, f i g u r e S T u d i e S a n d o T h e r S u b J e c T S, including

studies of plants and birds, medieval costume scenes,

sketched designs for fans, all by various hands, pen

and ink or pencil drawings, a few with watercolour or

monochrome wash, a few signed or inscribed, v.s., 7.5 x

5cm. to 51 x 38 cm. (3 x 2 in to 20 x 15 in), all unframed

(c.35). £150 - £200

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Lot75

75 Jack Abeillé (1873- ) de u x ma d e m o i S e l l e S, erotic

pen and ink drawing, with watercolour and gouache,

signed and dated ‘18 lower left, 30.5 x 20.5 cm. (12 x 8

in). £200 - £300

Lot76

76 Lilian Andrews (20th century) cy g n e T, pencil

with touches of coloured pencil, signed with monogram

lower right, c.1961, artist’s address and Pastel Society

exhibition labels on verso of backboard, 20.5 x 30.5

cm. (8 x 12 in). £120 - £180

Lot77

77 Desmond Harmsworth (1903-1990) gr o u p o f

p o rT r a i T S o f ar c h i b a l d cl a r k ke r r, 1ST ba r o n

in v e r c h a p e l, 6 studies on 5 sheets, pencil drawings,

3 signed or inscribed, and dated 1947, with 3 further

pencil studies of 2 other heads, 1931 and 1964, v.s.21 x

16 cm. (8¼ x 6 ¼ in) to 38 x 29 cm. (15 x 11 ½ in), all

unframed (8). £150 - £200

*** Archibald Clark Kerr (1882-1951), a longserving

British diplomat, was appointed Ambassador

to China in the 1930s, then to Russia during WWII,

then the United States in 1946, when he was created

Baron Inverchapel. His death in the early 1950s was

said to have been hastened by his deep distress and

disillusionment following the defection of the spies

Burgess and Maclean with whom he had worked and

was associated.

Lot78

78 Patrick Hayman (1915-1988) Th r e e la m e n T S f o r

Ju d a S, india ink on paper, 1969, signed in black ink

lower left, signed and dated in green ink verso, 19 x

28.5 cm (7 ½ x 11 ¼ in). £100 - £150


Lot79

79 George Him (1900-1982) a S k e T c h b o o k o f a T o u r

o f no r w a y , 25 sketches of coastal communities or on

board ship in red or black ink, some with watercolour

or crayon, bound, 9 similar sketches on smaller sheets

loosely inserted, larger sketches captioned, these each

18 x 25 cm. (7 x 9 ¾ in), smaller group each 14.5 x 20.5

cm. (5 ¾ x 8 in). £300 - £500

Lot80

80. Jason Monet (1938-2009) cr av e n ho u S e ho T e l,

bay S waT e r, charcoal, pastel and chalk on buff paper,

signed, dated 1965, and inscribed, lower right, 126 x

119.5 cm.(49 ½ x 47 in). £200 - £300

Lot81

81 Geoffrey Wylde (1903-1972) wo m a n w iT h p e a r l

n e c k l a c e, pencil on paper, signed lower right, 25 x 18

cm (9 7 ̸8 x 7 in). £100 - £150

*** Provenance: Sally Hunter Gallery, London.

Lot82

82 Marek Zulawski (1908-1985) Tw o wo m e n o n a

be n c h, pen and ink on paper, 1949, signed and dated

in black ink lower right, 24.5 x 31.5 cm (9 5/8 x 12 3/8

in). £300 - £500

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83 Architecture.- a g r o u p o f m o S T ly l a r g e r p r i n T S,

the majority British, by or after Kip, James Gibbs,

Frederick Nash and others, including a group of

separately published lithographs of Victorian churches,

18th-19th centuries, v.s., unframed, (c.25) £150 - £200

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Lot83a

83a John Bridgman vi e w o f T h e ST o n e co u rT aT

kn o l e, sepia ink and grey wash, signed, with title and

dedication, in pencil below, c.1796, 240 x 370mm.

(9 ½ x 14 ½ in); with the hand-coloured aquatint by

J.Merigot after Bridgman’s drawing, 235 x 345mm.(9 x

13 ½ in) (2). £150 - £200

Lot84

84 David Longden (b.1887) pe r S p e c T i v e v i e w o f T h e

propoSed i n T e r i o r o f T h e uS h e r ha l l, ed i n b u r g h,

watercolour and pencil, signed and dated 1910, lower

right, 26.5cm by 34.5cm (10 ¼ x 13 ½ in).

£200 - £300

Lot85

85 David Longden (b.1887) ci T y o f ed i n b u r g h,

pr o p o S e d uS h e r ha l l, dr aw i n g no.6, elevation in

pencil and monochrome wash, c.1910, signed in ink

lower right, 98.5cm by 65cm (38 ¾ x 25 ½ in)

£300 - £500

*** Provenance: A gift from the architect David

Longden to his godson Anthony Dally. Longden was

born in Scotland and studied architecture in Cheltenham

before World War I. Between the wars, Longden became

involved with Gloster Aircraft Company rising to the

position of Managing Director.

Lot86

86 Russian School. ar c h i T e c T u r a l e l e vaT i o n o f a

ru S S i a n orT h o d o x c h u r c h, later 19th century pen and

ink, with watercolour, indistinctly signed in cyrillic

lower right, 57.5 x 42 cm (22 ½ x 16 ½ in).

£200 - £300


Lot87

87 Basilius Besler lilium mo n Ta n u m m a x i m u m

p o lya n T h o S va r i e g aT u m, from Hortus Eystettensis,

engraving with hand-colouring, 1613, Nuremberg,

Latin text verso, 480 x 370mm.(19 x 14 ½ in).

£300 - £400

Lot88

88 Jacques Callot le Jo u e u r d e v i e l l e, from the series

Les Gueux, etching, c.1622 or later, 135 x 90mm. (5 ¼

x 3 ½ in) § Jan Weenix. La Fountaine, an architectural

capriccio, etching, 17th century, 160 x 110mm. (6 ¼ x

4 ¼ in) § Allaert Van Everdingen, La Chaumiere vue

par derriere, etching, 17th century, 103 x 133mm. (4 x

5 ¼ in), § Adriaen Van de Velde, Three Huntsmen with

Hounds, etching, 17th century, 60 x 85mm. (2 ¼ x 3 ¼

in), § Jost Amman, Der Bierbrauer, woodcut, 1568, 135

x 75mm. (5 ¼ x 3 in) (5). £200 - £300

❦ Prints

Lot89

89 Jacques Callot ha lT e d e S bo h e m i e n S, le S di S e u S e S

d e bo n n e av e n T u r e, [M.669; L.376], etching, c.1630,

120 x 230mm. (4 ¾ x 9 in); with a pastoral scene by

Dancker Danckerts after Berghem, both unframed (2).

£100 - £150

Lot90

90 Jacques Callot Th e ma S S a c r e o f T h e in n o c e n T S,

etching, c.1620., thread margins, mounted at corners of

verso with archive tape to conservation mount, [L.427;

M.6], 134 x 109mm. (5 ¼ x 4 ¼ in), unframed

£120 - £180

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Lot91

91 Balthazar Moncornet al l e g o ry o f T h e f i v e

S e n S e S, diners on a terrace with a formal garden below,

engraving, 17th century, 295 x 405mm. (11 ¾ x 16 in),

unframed. £300 - £500

Lot92

92 J. Le Pautre ST aT u e d’u n SaT y r e Te n a n T u n e g r a p p e

d e raiSin, h a u T e d e SepT p i e d S, with 9 other plates of

statues, busts and ornamental friezes from the gardens

of Versailles, engravings, 1672-79, Paris, each 285 x

410mm. (11 x16 in), unframed (14) £200 - £300

Lot93

93 Claudine Bouzonnet Stella Th e pa S S i o n, engravings

after Poussin, 17th century, Paris, 2 inscribed on verso

with slight show-through on recto, each c.460 x 345mm.

(18 x 13 ½ in), with one c.270 x 190mm. (10 ½ x 7 ½),

unframed (14). £200 - £300

Lot94

94 Jean Baptiste Audebert Simia e n T e l l u S; Simia

n e m e S T r i n a; Simia Sp h i n x; Simia Sa b a e a, 4 plates of

primates by Finot, both from Histoire Naturelle des

Singes et des Makis, engravings, printed in colours and

finished by hand, c.1800, each c.510 x 335mm. (20 x 13

¼ in), unframed (4) £200 - £300


Lot95

95 John Faber after Thomas Bardwell Th e ho n.

b l e ed wa r d ve r n o n eSq.r vi c e ad m i r a l o f T h e bl u e,

mezzotint portrait, 1740, by the engraver, 355 x 250mm.

(14 x 9 ¾ in); with a mixed group of 13 other portraits

of admirals, including Lord Anson, Sir Samuel Hood,

Richard Kempenfelt, Earl St. Vincent, by or after Faber,

Tilly Kettle, Earlom, Lawrence, Reynolds, McArdell

and others, one of Admiral Keppel by Dickinson after

Romney a proof before title, mezzotints and engravings,

18th and early 19th century, v.s. (14). £300 - £500

Lot96

96 Francis Barlow [di v e r S æ av i u m Sp e c i e S

ST u d i o S i S S i m e a d vi Ta m d e l i n e aT æ.... pa r S pr i m u m], 1

part comprising engraved pictorial dedication to Lord

Maitland, and 13 plates, only, of birds, engravings by

Francis Place, Jan Griffier, and one by Joannes Kip,

1686, Edward Cooper and Pierce Tempest, each c.215

x 300mm. (8 ½ x 11 ¾ in), stitched in left margin,

oblong 4to; with other plates loosely inserted, including

8 Stations of the Cross, small 17th century woodcuts

by J. Bell, and a broadside by Johann Christoph Kolbe

§ Johann Wilhelm Baur li v r e no u v e a u d e di v e r S e S

naT i o n S, title and 9 engraved figure groups cut and

mounted from 5 of the plates, 1636, Pierre Mariette,

stitched, oblong 8vo (2). £200 - £300

Lot97

97 After Giuseppe Galli di Bibiena (1696-1757)

ba r o q u e S Ta g e d e S i g n S, 4 engravings by Pfeffel,

Augsburg, each c.500 x 335mm (19 ¾ x 13 ¼ in),

unframed (4). £200 - £300

Lot98

98 Carington Bowles a ge n e r a l vi e w o f T h e ci T y

o f co n S Ta n T i n o p l e, hand-coloured engraving, 18th

century, titled in English and French below, 275 x

420mm. (10æ x 16Ω in); with View of the Bosphorus

taken from Kandilly, hand-coloured engraving, 1818,

Laurie and Whittle, 280 x 430mm. (11 x 17 in), both

unframed (2). £150 - £200

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Lot99

99 Samuel and Nathanial Buck Th e So u T h-we S T

pr o S p e c T o f ya r m o u T h, in T h e co u n T y o f no r f o l k, with

The South West Prospect of the City of Peterborough,

in Northamptonshire, 2 hand-coloured engravings,

mid 18th century, each c.305 x 695mm. (12 x 27º in),

unframed (2) £150 - £200

Lot100

100 Samuel & Nathaniel Buck Th e So u T h weST view

o f bi n h a m pr i o ry, in T h e co u n T y o f no r f o l k, with 2

other views in Norfolk, 3 views in Northumberland,

4 views in Monmouth, and 7 other views from other

counties, engravings, c.1732-1738, each c.195 x 370mm.

(7 ¾ x 14 ½ in), unframed (17). £300 - £500

ca r i c aT u r e S

Lot101

101 Carington Bowles do c T o r bl o w b l a d d e r

d i S c o v e r i n g T h e pe r p e T u a l mo T i o n, [not in BM Satires

cat], original hand-coloured mezzotint, 1772, 350 x

250mm. (13 ¾ x 9 ¾ in); with another medical caricature

by Honoré Daumier, La dernière épreuve (2).

£150 - £200

Lot102

102 Cruikshank after Woodward a Je w a n d a bi S h o p,

[BM Satires 8954], engraving, 1796, Allen & West, 250

x 200mm. (9 ¾ x 8 in); with The Sinking Fund, Money

Lent by Judas Gripe, [BM Satires 5535], engraving,

1779, Robert Wilkinson, 245 x 295mm. (9 ¾ x 11 ¾

in), both unframed (2). £200 - £300


Lot103

103 James Gillray a bl o c k f o r T h e wi g S - o r, T h e

n e w S T aT e whirligig, [BM Satires 6227], original

hand-coloured engravings, 1783, W. Humphrey, 250

x 350mm. (9 ¾ x 13 ¾ in); with a reduced copy of

Gillray’s A Kick at the Broad Bottoms; also The Broom-

Girl Duet, by Sharpshooter, 1830, all unframed (3).

£150 - £250

103a James Gillray Se T o f 4 c a r i c aT u r e h u n T i n g S c e n e S,

Hounds Finding, Hounds Throwing-Off, Hounds in

Full-Cry, Coming-In at the Death, [BM Satires 9588-

9591], hand-coloured engravings, first issued 1800 but

these issued later, each c.285 x 390mm (11 ¼ x 15 ¼

in), unframed (4). £150 - £200

Lot104

104 James Gillray ho m e r Si n g i n g hiS ve r S e S To T h e

gr e e k S, [BM Satires 9023] depicting Captian Morris,

Fox and Sheridan, original hand-coloured engraving,

1799, 260 x 365mm (10 ¼ x 14 ¼ in), unframed §

Thomas Rowlandson, by au T h o r i T y, pe r S o n S a n d

pr o p e rT y pr o T e c T e d, [BM Satires 6860] on the newly

instituted mail coach service, hand-coloured engraving,

[1785], 240 x 340mm (9 ½ x 13 ¼ in), unframed (2).

£250 - £350

Lot104a

104a James Gillray a Sq u a l l; Th e gr a c e S in a h i g h

w i n d, 2 caricatures, [BM Satires 11614 and 11593,

respectively], original hand-coloured engravings, 1810,

but the former watermarked Whatman Turkey Mills

1818, the former 270 x 370mm. (10 ½ x 14 ½ in), the

latter 260 x 355mm. (10 ¼ x 14 in), bound in 19th

century red half-morocco boards, gilt-lettered, oblong

folio. £250-£350

Lot104b

104b James Gillray ho u n d S f i n d i n g; ho u n d S in f u l lc

ry; ho u n d S T h r o w i n g-o f f; co m i n g-in aT T h e d e aT h,

the set of 4 caricatures, [BM Satires 9588, 9590, 9589,

9591, respectively], original hand-coloured engravings

with some aquatint, 1800, each c.250 x 350mm. (9 ¾

x 13 ¾ in), bound in 19th century red half-morocco

boards, gilt-lettered, oblong folio. £400-£600

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Lot105

105 La Caricature.- a l a r g e c o l l e c T i o n o f S aT i r e S,

lithographs by Daumier (11), Travies, Grandville,

Cham and others, many hand-coloured, Paris, c.1830s,

average 230 x 300mm. (10 x 14in.), some double-sheet

and folding, a few duplicates, unframed, (c.130)

£400 - £600

Lot106

106. [Isaac Cruikshank] Th e Th r e e or d e r S o f ST

pe T e r S b u r g h, an agitated Tsar Paul I holds an order in

one hand, a counter order in the other, with a crown

marked Disorder on his head, [BM Satires 9526],

original hand-coloured engraving, 1800, S.W. Fores,

335 x 225mm. (13 ¼ x 9 in); Bobadil Disgraced or

Kate in a Rage, Catherine II grabs the King of Poland

by his pigtail, and kicks at the Duke of Brunswick,

[BM Satires 8124], original hand-coloured engraving,

1792, S.W. Fores, 250 x 350mm (10 x 13 ¾ in), both

unframed (2). £150 - £250

Lot107

107 [William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle] 3

18T h c e n T u ry d r e S S a g e a n d e q u e S T r i a n e n g r av i n g S,

from Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser Les

Chevaux, including the frontispiece, Newcastle, Such

is the force of his genius, and spurs, the former 2 handcoloured,

c.1737-43, J. Brindley, each c.380 x 505mm.

(15 x 19 ¾ in), unframed (3) £250 - £350

Lot108

108 Nicolas Dorigny pi n a c o T h e c a ha m p T o n i a n a,

engraved title-dedication and 7 double-page plates

after Raphael’s tapestry designs at Hampton Court,

c.1720, each c.520 x 765mm. (20 ½ x 30 in), bound

in half-morocco, spine gilt in compartments, with

green morocco label with gilt-lettered title, Raphael’s

Cartoons, folio. £800 - £1,200

Lot109

109 Giovanni Battista Falda 20 p l aT e S f r o m il n u o v o

T e aT r o d e l l e fa b r i c h e, e T edificii in p r o S p e T T i va d i

ro m a m o d e r n a, including a few plates by Alessandro

Specchi, engravings, 1669, Giovanni Jacomo de Rossi,

each c.210 x 325mm. (8 ¼ x 12 ¾ in); with a mixed

group of other 17th to 19th century views of Italy, all

unframed (c.40) £300 - £500


Lot110

110 Joseph Farington vi e w o f lo n d o n f r o m la m b e T h;

vi e w o f lo n d o n f r o m gr e e n w i c h pa r k, double-page

panoramas, with 8 further single plates of London and

its surroundings, from Boydell’s History of the River

Thames, sepia aquatints, J. & J. Boydell, 1795, the

panoramas watermarked 1794, each c.335 x 550mm.

(13 ¼ x 21 ½ in), the single plates each c.220 x 325mm.

(8 ¾ x 12 ¾ in); with a hand-coloured Ackermann

aquatint of the House of Lords from The Microcosm of

London, all unframed (11).

£400 - £600

Lot111

111 John Hatchett Th e co a c h o f Sa f e T y, 2 plates

demonstrating Hatchett’s new coach design to maintain

the perpendicular direction of the body and coach box

when the carriage is overturned, signed, inscribed For

the Royal Society, and dated 1789, on verso, aquatint

with elaborate hand-colouring, heightened with gum

arabic, each c.300 x 500mm. (11 ¾ x 19 ¾ in), unframed

(2) £150 - £250

*** This pair of plates, presumably for presentation to

the Royal Society, are examples of the inventiveness

that made John Hatchett the foremost carriage builder

of the late 18th century.

Lot112

112 Jean François Janinet vu e S d e S p l u S b e a u x

é d i f i c e S.... d e pa r i S, a group of 34 smaller circular

views, only, of palaces, monumental arches, churches

and others, aquatints, 1792, Paris, Esnaut et Rapilly, 5

printed in colours and finished by hand, of which one

before letters with manuscript caption, each c.185 x

135mm. (7 ¼ x 5 ¼ in), all unframed (34).

£150 - £250

Lot113

113 Simon Charles Miger la me n a g e r i e d u mu S e u m

naT i o n a l d’hiSToire naT u r e l l e, 10 plates, only,

including Le Lion, Le Sajou, La Civette, La Genette,

Le Lama, Le Dauphin and others, engravings, one with

original hand-colouring, each c.330 x 440mm. (13 x 17

½ in) or the reverse, Paris, c.1800-01; with Audebert

(Jean-Baptiste) Le Callitriche, a monkey, from Histoire

Naturelle des Singes et des Makis, stipple-engraving

printed in colours, with additional hand-colouring,

1797-1800, 480 x 320mm., (19 x 12 ½ in) Paris,

unframed, (12). £400 - £600

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Lot114

114 After George Morland no. 1 fe e d i n g T h e pi g S;

no. 9 br e a k i n g T h e ic e, 2 hand-coloured mezzotints by

J.R. Smith, 1793 and 1798, respectively, each c.455 x

550mm. (18 x 21 ½ in), unframed (2). £200 - £300

Lot115

115 After George Morland Th e re c r u i T, S e T o f 4,

hand-coloured mezzotints by George Keating, 1791,

J.R. Smith, each c.550 x 450mm. (21 ½ x 17 ¾ in),

unframed (4). £250 - £350

Lot116

116 John Ogilby, pa g u S hi S pa n o r u m in fl o r i d a,

depicting a European merchant and wife, native

American figures and Spanish galleons, with 2 other

views, Potosi (Potosis, Bolivia) and Aix Nassovii

(Fort Nassau, Pernambuco, Brazil) from Ogilby’s

English edition of Arnoldus Montanus, An Accurate

Description and Complete History of America, handcoloured

engravings, 1671, each c.290 x 350mm. (11 ½

x 13 ½ in) (3). £150 - £200

Lot117

117 Johan Peeters a g r o u p o f c o n T i n e n Ta l c i T y v i e wS ,

engravings, some unsigned possibly by other hands,

mid 17th century, v.s., 110 x 325mm. to 225 x 340mm.

(4 ¼ x 12 ¾ in to 9 x 13 ½ in); with a mixed of other

17th to 19th century British and continental views, all

unframed (25). £200 - £300


Lot118

118 Giovanni Battista Piranesi ar c o d i Tr a i a n o in

an c o n a, [F.70; W-E.132], etching with engraving on

laid paper for Alcune Vedute di Archi Trionfali, 1748,

Rome, 135 x 270mm. (5 ¼ x 10 ½ in). £150 - £200

Lot119

119 Giovanni Battista Piranesi ve d u Ta d e l l e Te r m e

d i Ti To, [H.123 I; F.837; W-E.256], etching with

engraving on laid paper (Hind watermark 4), 1775, but

c.1780, posthumous Rome edition, 490 x 715mm.(19 x

28 in), unframed. £250 - £350

Lot122

Lot120

120 Giovanni Battista Piranesi ve d u Ta d e l l e an T i c h e

So S T r u z i o n i...d e T T e il be l li d o, [H.125 I; F.841;

W-E.258], etching with engraving on laid paper (Hind

watermark 4), 1776, but c.1780, posthumous Rome

edition, 450 x 675mm.(17 ½ x 26 ½ in), unframed.

£300 - £400

Lot121

121 Giovanni Battista Piranesi ava n z i d’u n p o rT i c o

c o p e rT o, o c r i p To p o rT i c o in u n a v i l l a d i do m i z i a n o...,

[H.79 I; F.781; W-E.212], etching and engraving on

heavy laid paper, 1766 or later, Rome edition, 415 x

595mm.(16 x 23 in), with wide margins, unframed.

£200 - £300

122 Giovanni Battista Piranesi ve d u Ta d e l po n T e

Sa l a r i o, [H.31 II; F.744; W-E.180], etching with

engraving on thick laid paper (watermark not in Hind),

1754, but c.1780, posthumous Rome edition, 405 x

615mm. (16 x 24 in), unframed. £200 - £300

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Lot123

123 Giovanni Battista Piranesi. ve d u Ta d e l Te m p i o d i

an T o n i n o e fa u S T i n a in ca m p o va c c i n o, from Vedute di

Roma, [H.49 IV; F.802; W-E.163], etching, c.1800, 1st

Paris edition, 405 x 550mm. (16 x 21 ½ in), unframed.

£200 - £300

Lot123a

123a Giovanni Battista Piranesi ro v i n e d e l Si S To,

Rovine del Sesto... delle terme Antoniniane, from

Vedute di Roma, Etching with engraving, 2nd state of

4, Rome edition, [H.77 II; F.851; W-E.210], 43 x 65.5

cm (17 x 25 ¾ in). £200 - £300

124 Georg Balthasar Probst 2 v i e wS o f au g S b u r g,

prospects of the Mahler Gasse, and the wine market,

18th century engravings with original hand-colouring,

each c.310 x 420mm. (12 ¼ x 16 ½ in); with a large

bird’s-eye view of a country house and formal gardens,

by Salomon Kleiner; The Palace of the King of Prussia

at Berlin, by Carington Bowles; and 2 others (6).

£150 - £200

Lot125

125 Niccolo Schiavonetti he n r i k ho o f T da n i e l S z,

ou d bu r g e m e e S T e r d e r STa d am S T e r d a m, seated

portrait after A. de Lelie, stipple-engraving printed in

colours and finished by hand, 1792, Amsterdam, 495 x

370mm. (19 ½ x 14 ½ in); with a small, mixed, group

including an engraved view of Amsterdam, a panorama

of Athens, in 4 parts on 2 sheets, a 20th century pastel

portrait of a girl, view of a continental town, and others,

some unframed (9). £200 - £300

Lot126

126 Simon Schynvoet vo o r b e e l d e n d e r luST h o fci

e r a a d e n z y n d e pira m i d e n, ee r z u y l e n e n ande r e

by w e r k e n, 13 plates only, of 30, garden obelisks and

other monuments, engravings by Jacob Schynvoet and

others, 1704, disbound, each c.310 x 205mm. (12 ¼ x 8

in), unframed (13). £200 - £300


Lot127

127 George Simon, 2nd Earl Harcourt, Viscount

Newnham Se T o f 4 v i e wS o f STa n T o n-ha r c o u rT in T h e

co u n T y o f ox f o r d, 1 after Paul Sandby, etchings, all

signed Newnham in the plate, 1763-64, each c.420 x

525mm. (16 ½ x 20 ¾ in), unframed (4).

£200 - £300

Lot128

128 Antonio Tempesta fæ c u n d a qu a m SiT ac r i S

in g e n i viriS di l e c Ta ph æ b o e T gr aT y S fl o r e n T i a...,

suite of 10 mounted engravings, including title, c.1650,

Amsterdam, Clement de Jonghe, each c.100 x 270mm.

(4 x 10 ½ in). £200 - £300

Lot129

129 Christoph Jakob Trew (1695-1769) [ho rT u S

niTidiSSimiS] ro S a f i n e SpiniS ma J o r e ru b e r r i m o,

[Nissen 1995; Pritzel 9500; Dunthorne 310; Sitwell,

Great Flower Books, p.144], finely hand-coloured

engraving by A.L. Wirsing after Ehret, 1775,

Nuremberg, 355 x 282mm (14 x 11 in), unframed.

£150 - £250

Lot130

130 Nikolaes Verkolje yo u n g l o v e r S w iT h a g y p S y

f o rT u n e-T e l l e r, [LB28], mezzotint, early 18th century,

Gerard Valck, Amsterdam, collector’s inkstamp of

Walter E. Ledger [Lugt 2636c] on verso, 315 x 240mm.

(12 ½ x 9 ½ in), unframed; with 4 other etchings and

engravings by or after Boissieu, Cheron, Picart and

others, all unframed (5). £200 - £300

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Lot131

131 George Virtue Th e v i e w o f T h e c h a r i T y-c h i l d r e n

in T h e ST r a n d, u p o n T h e 7T h o f Ju ly 1713, engraving,

on 2 sheets, 1715, each sheet c.570 x 770mm. (22 ½ x

30 ¼ in), unframed (2) £200 - £300

Lot132

132 a g r o u p o f e a r ly c o n T i n e n Ta l p o rT r a i T S, including

a group portrait of Spinola, Richardot, Mancicidor, and

other leading figures of the United Netherlands by Van

der Heyden, Philip IV of Spain by Cornelis Galle, Louis

XIII of France by Matthaeus Merian, Ignatius de Loiola

by Thomas de Leu, Hendrik van der Borcht by Hollar

after Holbein, and others, engravings, mostly 17th

century, most with the collector’s ink-stamp of W.B.

Dukes [Lugt 2757a] on the verso, v.s., all unframed

(15). £200 - £300

Lot133

133 a g r o u p o f 16T h c e n T u ry p o rT r a i T S, woodcut

dedicatory portraits on versos of title pages of Queen

Elizabeth I, 1588, James VI of Scotland, 1580, and

again as James I of England in 1621, the theologian

Thomas Becon, 1563, and John Parkinson, apothecary

and herbalist, 1629, also engraved portraits ofthe

Puritan clergyman William Perkins, with an unlettered

proof, 1662, Joseph Hall, Bishop of Norwich, 1663,

also with a duplicate, and another of the Scottish

marriage of Enguerrand de Coucy to Christiana de

Bailleul, with 2 others including the allegorical aquatint

after Fragonard, Le Docteur Francklin Coronné par la

Liberté, v.s., all unframed (12). £150 - £200

134 Miscellany.- a va r i e d g r o u p o f l a r g e r p r i n T S,

including Chatham Dockyard, an etched proof before

letters, by Evans after Richard Paton and John Hamilton

Mortimer, [1775], a pair illustrating the activities of the

Humane Society by Pollard after Smirke, 1787, Clytie,

engraving on satin, printed in sanguine, Boydell, 1772

and a wide variety of other subjects including portraits,

17th-19th centuries , v.s, unframed (c.30) £300 - £500

135 “Ben Tally Ho” aka. Henry Alken ea S T e r

mo n d ay, a vi e w ne a r wi n d S o r, [Siltzer p.57], line

engraving before the addition of aquatint, with original

hand-colouring, 1817, S. & J. Fuller, unframed.

£50 - £70


Lot136

136 Edmond Francois Aman-Jean (1860-1935) So u S

l e S f l e u r S, f r o m l’eSTampe mo d e r n e lithograph in

colours, 1898, printed by F. Champenois, Paris, 350 x

270 mm. (13 ¾ x 10 ½ in). £100 - £150

Lot137

137 Thomas Gold Appleton ol d ch a i r S To me n d,

a n d 10 o T h e r S, after F. Wheatley, from ‘The Cries of

London’, mezzotints printed in colour, c.1907, each

signed in pencil, lower right, 390 x 300mm. (15 ¼ x 11

¾ in) (11). £400 - £600

Lot138

138 James Atkinson Th e ci T y o f ca n d a h a r, with 3

other views from Sketches In Afghanistan, [c.f Abbey

Travel 508], tinted lithographs, 1842, Henry Graves &

Co, each 250 x 370mm.(10 x 14 ½ in), unframed, (4).

£100 - £150

Lot139

139 Jean Baptiste Audebert Simia n a z i c a; Simia d i a n e;

Simia a e T h i p o S; Simia Sph i n x, 4 plates of primates by

Finot, both from Histoire Naturelle des Singes et des

Makis, engravings, printed in colours and finished by

hand, c.1800, each c.510 x 335mm (20 x 13 ¼ in),

unframed (4). £200 - £300

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Lot140

140 Charles Decimus Barraud ly T T l e To n ha r b o u r;

po rT ch a l m e r S, 2 chromolithographs from New

Zealand Graphic and Descriptive, 1877, trimmed and

mounted on lettered supports as issued, each c.28 x

35.5 cm. (11 x 14 in); with The Landing at Mallicolo,

one of the New Hebrides, hand-coloured 18th century

engraving from Cook’s Voyages, all unframed (3).

£150 - £200

Lot141

141 Karl Bodmer fa c Simile o f a n in d i a n pa i n T i n g,

plate 22 from Travels in the Interior of North America,

by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching

with aquatint, in hand-colouring, 1839-, Bodmer’s

blindstamp, Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann;

Paris, Bertrand, hinged into mount, 345 x 480mm.(13

½ x 19 in), unframed. £400 - £600

Lot142

142 Karl Bodmer em b o u c h u r e d u fo x ri v e r (in d i a n a),

plate 5 from Travels in the Interior of North America,

by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching with

aquatint, in hand-colouring and heightened with gumarabic,

1839-, Bodmer’s blindstamp, Paris, Imprimerie

de Finot & Bougeard, hinged into mount, 415 x 535mm.

(16 x 20 ½ in), unframed. £300 - £400

Lot143

143 Karl Bodmer wi n T e r vi l l a g e o f T h e mi n aTa r r e S,

plate 26 from Travels in the Interior of North America,

by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching with

aquatint and roulette work, in hand-colouring and

heightened with gum-arabic on laid india paper, 1839,

Bodmer’s blindstamp, Coblenz, Hölscher; London,

Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, hinged into mount, 360 x

430mm.(14 x 17 in), unframed. £750 - £1,000


Lot144

144 Karl Bodmer ma S S i k a, wa k u S a S S e, double halflength

portraits of a Saki Indian and a Musquake

Indian, respectively, plate 3 from Travels in the Interior

of North America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-

Neuwied, etching with aquatint and roulette work, in

hand-colouring and heightened with gum-arabic, on

laid india paper, 1839-, Bodmer’s blindstamp, Coblenz,

Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, hinged

into mount, 495 x 415mm.(19 ½ x 16 in), unframed.

£400 - £600

Lot145

145 Karl Bodmer vi e w o f T h e ro c k y mo u n Ta i n S,

plate 44 from Travels in the Interior of North America,

by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching

with aquatint and roulette work, in hand-colouring

and heightened with gum-arabic, 1839-, Bodmer’s

blindstamp, Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann;

Paris, Bertrand, hinged into mount, 415 x 535mm. (16

x 21 in), unframed. £500 - £700

Lot146

146 Karl Bodmer Sn a g S (S u n k e n T r e e S o n T h e mi S S o u r i),

Plate 6 from Travels in the Interior of North America,

by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching

with aquatint, in hand-colouring and heightened with

gum-arabic, Bodmer’s blindstamp, [1839-], Coblenz,

Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, 360 x

430mm.(14 x 17 in), unframed. £400 - £600

Lot147

147 Karl Bodmer Th e STea m e r yel l o w-ST o n e, On

the 19th April 1833, plate 4 from Travels in the Interior

of North America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-

Neuwied, etching with aquatint, in hand-colouring and

heightened with gum-arabic, Bodmer’s blindstamp,

[1839-],Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris,

Bertrand, 355 x 430mm. (14 x 17 in), wide margins,

unframed. £500 - £700

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Lot148

148 Karl Bodmer fo rT un i o n o n T h e mi S S o u r i, Plate

28 from Travels in the Interior of North America, by

Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, engraving in

hand-colouring and heightened with gum-arabic, on

laid india paper, with Bodmer’s blindstamp [1839-

], Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris,

Bertrand, 340 x 425mm. (13 ½ x 16 ½ in), unframed.

£400 - £600

Lot149

149 Karl Bodmer mih-Tu T Ta-ha n g k u S c h, A Mandan

Village, plate 16 from Travels in the Interior of North

America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied,

etching with aquatint and roulette work, in handcolouring

and heightened with gum-arabic, Bodmer’s

blindstamp, [1839-], Coblenz, Hölscher; London,

Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, 350 x 430mm. (13 ½ x 17

in), unframed. £300 - £400

Lot150

150 Karl Bodmer he r d o f bi S o n S o n T h e upper

mi S S o u r i, Plate 40 from Travels in the Interior of North

America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied,

etching with aquatint and roulette work, in handcolouring

and heightened with gum-arabic, on laid

india paper, Bodmer’s blindstamp, [1839-], Coblenz,

Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, 345 x

430mm.(13 ½ x 17 in), unframed. £400 - £600

Lot151

151 Karl Bodmer vi e w o f T h e roc k y mou n Ta i n S,

Plate 44 from Travels in the Interior of North America,

by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching with

aquatint and roulette work, in hand-colouring and

heightened with gum-arabic, Bodmer’s blindstamp,

[1839-], Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann;

Paris, Bertrand, 415 x 535mm.(16 x 21 in), unframed.

£500 - £700


Lot152

152 Karl Bodmer Sih-ch i d a & ma h c h S i-ka r e h d e,

Double full-length portraits of Mandan Indians, plate

20 from Travels in the Interior of North America, by

Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching with

aquatint and roulette work, in hand-colouring, Bodmer’s

blindstamp, on laid india paper, [1839-], Coblenz,

Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, 400 x

490mm. (16 x 19 in), unframed. £400 - £600

Lot153

153 Karl Bodmer in d i a n uT e n S i l S a n d ar m S , Plate

48 from Travels in the Interior of North America, by

Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied, etching with

aquatint, in hand-colouring and heightened with gumarabic,

Bodmer’s blindstamp, on laid india paper,

[1839-], Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann;

Paris, Bertrand, 410 x 530mm.(16 x 21 in), unframed.

£500 - £700

Lot154

154 Karl Bodmer To m b S o f aSSiniboin in d i a n S o n

Tr e e S, Plate 30 from Travels in the Interior of North

America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied,

engraving in hand-colouring and heightened with

gum-arabic, Bodmer’s blindstamp, on laid india paper,

[1839-], Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann;

Paris, Bertrand, 420 x 350mm. (16 ½ x 13 ½ in).

£200 - £300

Lot155

155 Karl Bodmer cl e v e l a n d li g h T h o u S e o n T h e

la k e er i e, Vignette XXXII from Travels in the Interior

of North America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-

Neuwied, etching with aquatint and roulette work,

in hand-colouring and heightened with gum-arabic,

Bodmer’s blindstamp, [1839-], Coblenz, Hölscher;

London, Ackermann; Paris, Bertrand, 255 x 335mm.

(10 x 13 in). £100 - £150

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Lot156

156 Karl Bodmer offering o f T h e ma n d a n in d i a n S,

Vignette XIV from Travels in the Interior of North

America, by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied,

etching with aquatint, in hand-colouring and heightened

with gum-arabic, 1839 or later, Bodmer’s blindstamp,

Coblenz, Hölscher; London, Ackermann; Paris,

Bertrand, 245 x 315mm.(9 ½ x 12 in), unframed.

£150 - £250

Lot157

157 Thomas Shotter Boys n. fr o n T o f ST. Ja m e S ’S

pa l a c e, and 6 other plates from Original Views of

London As It Is, including views of Buckingham Palace

and Horseguards from St. James’s Park, Entrance to

the Strand, and others, tinted lithographs,1842, v.s.,

unframed (7) £250 - £350

Lot158

158 Chinese School fi g u r e S f i g h T i n g o v e r a g a m e o f

xi a n g q i, colour woodblock print, on japan tissue, late

19th or early 20th century, 550 x 395mm. (21 ¾ x 15 ½

in), unframed. £150 - £250

159 No Lot

160 No Lot

Lot161

161 Edward William Cooke 5 p l aT e S o f ol d a n d

ne w lo n d o n br i d g e, proof plate etchings with line

engraving, on laid india paper, 1832-33, three each

c.265 x 360mm. (10 ½ x 14 in), and two each c.335 x

275mm. (13 ¼ x 10 ¾ in) (5). £200 - £300


Lot162

162 Charles G. Crehen po rT r a i T o f la fay e T T e, tinted

lithograph after Saintin, signed in the stone lower

left, 1852, W. Schaus, New York, printed by Bufford,

Boston, 695 x 485mm. (27 ¼ x 19 in); with a mixed

group of 18th and 19th century engravings, including a

signed engraving of dogs by T. Oldham-Barford, other

landscapes and caricatures, v.s., all unframed (11).

£150 - £200

Lot163

163 William Daniell 8 v i e wS f r o m a vo ya g e ro u n d

gr e aT briTain, Stromness, Orkney; Light House, Isle

of Sandby, Orkney; The Island of Staffa from the East;

View of Iona from the N.East; The Ferry at Scarskerry,

Caithness; Creetown, Kirkcudbrightshire; Near

Carsleith, Galloway; Nistley near Harwich, Essex,

original hand-coloured aquatints, 1816-22, each c.225

x 295mm. (9 x 11 ½ in), unframed (8).

£150 - £250

Lot164

164 Thomas & William Daniell a pi c T u r e S q u e vo ya g e

To in d i a, b y T h e w a y o f ch i n a, [c.f.Tooley 173; Abbey,

Travel 516], hand-coloured aquatints, with ruled and

grey wash borders, c 1810; with 5 views from China,

Its Scenery, Architecture, Social Habits, by Thomas

Allom, engravings,1843, Paris, Fisher, Fils et Cie., each

c.205 x 275mm.(8 x 10 ½ in); also costume and figure

studies of Monguls, unframed (14) £200 - £300

Lot165

165 Georges de Feure (1868-1943) Th e reTur n,

f r o m l’eSTampe mo d e r n e, lithograph in colours, 1897,

printed by F. Champenois, Paris, 31 x 40 cm (12 x 15 ¾

in); with L’Écuyère, by R. Ranft for l’Estampe Moderne

(2) £200 - £300

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Lot166

166 John James Audubon, After ph a l a r o p u S

hy p e r b o r e u S; ph a l a r o p u S pl aT y r h y n c h u S, no. 43,

plate CCXV and no. 51, plate CCLV, from Birds of

America, by Robert Havell Jnr. and Robert Havell Snr.,

original hand-coloured aquatints,1834-35, each c.400 x

560mm.(16 x 22 in) (2). £500 - £700

Lot167

167 Jacques Barraband pe r r o q u e T à T ê T e g r i S e

f e m e l l e, plate 117, from Levaillant’s “Histoire

Naturelle des Perroquets”, stipple engraving, printed in

colours, finished by hand, c.1805, 325 x 245mm. (12 ¾

x 9 ¾ in); with 4 prints of parakeets, by Blanchard for

Lemrecier, Paris, each sheet c. 545 x 355mm. (21 ½ x

14 in), all unframed (5) £300 - £500

bi r d S

Lot168

168 Daniel Giraud Elliot a g r o u p o f 11 b i r d p r i n T S,

from Birds of North America, including a Flammulated

Owl, a Meally redpoll, and others, lithographs printed

in colour, with hand-colouring, c.1866-69, each sheet

c.525 x 375mm. (20 ¾ x 14 ¾ in), unframed (11)

£300 - £500

Lot169

169 John Gould and H.C. Richter. Sy r r h a p T e S

pa r a d o x u S, pallas’s sandgrouse from The Birds of Asia,

1850-83, original hand-coloured lithograph, 385 x

560mm. (15 ¼ x 22 in); with Histrionicus torquatus, the

harlequin duck, from The Birds of Great Britain, 1862-

73, original hand-coloured lithograph, 365 x 555mm. (14

¼ x 22 in), both unframed (2). £150 - £250


Lot170

170 John Gould and H.C. Richter ph a l a c r o c o r a x

l e u c o g a S T e r; ph a l a c r o c o r a x c a r b o ï d e S, Whitebreasted

Cormorant and Australian Cormorant,

respectively, from The Birds of Australia, original handcoloured

lithographs, 1840-48, each c.360 x 525mm.

(14 ¼ x 20 ½ in), unframed (2) £300 - £500

Lot171

171 John Gould and H.C. Richter ph a l a c r o c o r a x

h y p o l e u c u S; ph a l a c r o c o r a x m e l a n o l e u c u S, 2 plates of

variant Pied Cormorants from The Birds of Australia,

original hand-coloured lithographs, 1840-48, each

c.360 x 525mm. (14 ¼ x 20 ½ in), unframed (2).

£300 - £400

Lot172

172 John Gould and H.C. Richter ne S T o r h y p o p o l i u S,

Ka-ka Parrot, from the supplementary vol. to The Birds

of Australia, original hand-coloured lithograph, 1851-

69, 510 x 350mm. (20 x13 ½ in), unframed.

£300 - £500

Lot173

173 John Gould and H.C. Richter di o m e d e a

c h l o r o r h y n c h o S; di o m e d e a m e l a n o p h ry S, Yellowbilled

Albatros and Black-eyebrowed Albatros,

respectively, from The Birds of Australia, original handcoloured

lithographs, 1840-48, each c.360 x 525mm.

(14 ½ x 20 ½in), unframed (2) £200 - £300

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Lot174

174 John Gould and H.C. Richter di o m e d e a c a u Ta;

di o m e d e a b r a c h y u r a, Cautious Albatros and Shorttailed

Albatros, respectively, from The Birds of

Australia, original hand-coloured lithographs,1840-48,

each c.360 x 525mm.(14 x 20 ½ in), unrfamed (2)

£200 - £300

Lot175

175 John Gould and H.C. Richter fa l c i n e l l u S ig n e u S,

Glossy Ibis from The Birds of Australia, original handcoloured

lithograph, 1840-48, 360 x 525mm. (14 x 20

½) unframed £200 - £300

Lot176

176 John Gould and H.C. Richter di o m e d e a

c u l m i n aTa; la r u S pa c i f i c u S, Culminated Albatros and

Pacific Gull, respectively, from The Birds of Australia,

original hand-coloured lithographs, 1840-48 each c.360

x 525mm.(14 x 20 ½ in), unframed (2) £200 - £300

Lot177

177 John Gould and H.C. Richter lo p h o l a i m u S

a n Ta r c T i c u S; pT i l i n o p u S S u p e r b u S; oc y p h a p S l o p h o T e S,

Top-knot Pigeon, Superb Fruit-Pigeon and Crested

Pigeon, respectively, from The Birds of Australia,

original hand-coloured lithographs, 1840-48,each c.510

x 335mm. (20 x 14 in), unframed (3) £200 - £300


Lot178

178 John Gould and H.C. Richter ny r o c a au S T r a l i S,

White-eyed Duck from The Birds of Australia, original

hand-coloured lithograph, 1840-48, 330 x 510mm. (13

x 20 in), faint offsetting of text, unframed. £150 - £200

Lot179

179 John Gould and H.C. Richter SpaT u l a

r h y n c h o T i S, Australian Shoveller from The Birds of

Australia, original hand-coloured lithograph, 1840-48,

330 x 510mm. (13 x 20 in), unframed. £200 - £300

Lot180

180 John Gould and H.C. Richter Tr o p i d o r h y n c h u S

b u c e r o ï d e S, Helmeted Honey-eater from the

supplementary vol. to The Birds of Australia, original

hand-coloured lithograph, 1851-69, 510 x 350mm. (20

x 13 1¾ in), unframed. £150 - £200

Lot181

181 John Gould and H.C. Richter ar d e a n o v æh

o l l a n d i æ, White-fronted Heron from The Birds of

Australia, original hand-coloured lithograph, 1840-48,

360 x 525mm. (14 x 20 ½ in), unframed. £200 - £300

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Lot182

182 John Gould and H.C. Richter Ta d o r n a r a d J a h,

Radjah Shieldrake from The Birds of Australia, original

hand-coloured lithograph, 1840-48, 330 x 510mm. (13

x 20 in), unframed. £200 - £300

Lot183

183 John and Elizabeth Gould pe r d i x c h u k a r, Chuckar

Partridge, from A Century of Birds from the Himalaya

Mountains, original hand-coloured lithograph, 1831-

32, 440 x 335mm. (17 ½ x 13 ½), unframed.

£100 - £150

Lot184

184 John Gould and H.C. Richter hæ m aT o p u S

f u l i g i n o S u S; hæ m aT o p u S l o n g i r o S T r i S, Sooty Oystercatcher

and White-breasted Oyster-catcher, respectively,

from The Birds of Australia, original hand-coloured

lithographs, 1840-48, each c.360 x 525mm.(14 x 20 ½

in), unframed (2) £200 - £300

Lot185

185 John Gould and H.C. Richter gy g i S c a n d i d a;

li m oS a m e l a n u r o ï d e S, White Tern and Black-tailed

Godwit, respectively, from The Birds of Australia,

original hand-coloured lithographs, 1840-48, each

c.360 x 525mm.(14 x 20 ½ in), unframed (2)

£200 - £300


Lot186

186 John Gould and H.C. Richter ma l a c o r h y n c h u S

m e m b r a n a c e u S, Membranaceous Duck from The Birds

of Australia, original hand-coloured lithograph, 1840-

48, 330 x 510mm.(13 x 20), unframed. £150 - £200

Lot187

187 John Gould and W. Hart cy c l o p S i T Ta SuaviSSima;

cy c l o p S i T Ta m e l a n o g e n y S, D’Alberti’s Perroquet and

Black-cheeked Perroquet, respectively, from The Birds

of New Guinea, hand-coloured lithographs, 1875-88,

each c.495 x 325mm.(19 x 13 in), unframed (2)

£150 - £200

Lot188

188 John Gould and H.C. Richter an S e r a n a S

m e l a n o l e u c a; ca S u a r i u S au S T r a l i S, Semipalmated

Goose and Australian Cassowary, respectively,

from The Birds of Australia, original hand-coloured

lithographs,1840-69, 330 x 510mm (13 x 21 in) and

535 x 350mm (21 x13 ½ in), respectively, unframed

(2) £200 - £300

Lot189

189 John Gould and W. Hart. ge o f f r o y i u S

T i m o r l a o e n S i S; ge o f f r o y i u S S i m p l e x, Tenimber Parrot

and Blue-collared Parrot, respectively, from The Birds

of New Guinea, hand-coloured lithographs, 1875-88,

each 495 x 325mm. (19 x 13 in), unframed (2)

£200 - £300

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Lot190

190 Gould John and W. Hart cy c l o p S i T Ta d i o p T h a l m a;

cy c l o p S i T Ta c o x e n i, Double-eyed Perroquet and

Coxen’s Perroquet, respectively, from The Birds of

New Guinea, hand-coloured lithographs, 1875-88, each

c.495 x 325mm. (19 x 13 in), hinged into conservation

mounts, unframed (2). £150 - £200

Lot191

191 a g r o u p o f 15 go u l d b i r d p r i n T S, including prints

from the Birds of Great Britain and The Birds of New

Guinea, with a Rosy-flanked Flower-pecker, a Rufousbacked

Fantail Flycatcher, and others, hand-coloured

lithographs, c.1862-1888, each c.555 x 385mm. (21 ¾

x 15 ¼ in), or the reverse, unframed (15) £300 - £500

Lot192

192 Edward Lear eg y p T i a n vulT u r e, with Puffin, by

John and Elizabeth Gould, 2 original hand-coloured

lithographs for Gould’s Birds of Europe, 1832-37, each

c.480 x 350mm. (18 ¾ x 13 ¾ in) (2). £250 - £350


Lot193

193 W.H. Harriott Th e caT o ST r e e T co n S p i r a c y,

3 plates, exterior and interior views, with key and

description below, original hand-coloured lithographs,

1820, publisher’s blindstamps, printed by Francis Moser

for S. & J. Fuller, 280 x 240mm to 235 x 190mm (11 x

9 ½ in to 9 x 7 ½ in) § A Sketch of the Premises in Cato

Street, elevation and floor plans, with descriptive key,

original hand-coloured lithograph, 1820, R. Ackermann,

275 x 230mm. (10 ¾ x 9 in); with a similar, larger, plate

by J. Heskett after B. King, and 3 others on the subject;

also a view of Margate theatre, all unframed (9).

£250 - £350

Lot194

194 Robert Havell wi n d S o r ca S T l e, original handcoloured

aquatint after William Havell, c.1818, 395 x

530mm. (15Ω x 20æ in); with four 18th century views

of the Thames, at Hampton Court, Richmond, Mortlake

and Erith, by or after Vivares, Bowles and Boydell,

hand-coloured engravings, all unframed (5).

£150 - £200

Lot195

195 Sir George Hayter Sæ v iS c o m p e S c u i T i g n i b u S

i g n e S, etched mythological scene, with over-printed

tone, 1841, with pencil dedication to Joseph Bonomi

Junior, signed with initials and dated 1847 in lower

margin, 310 x 220mm. (12 ¼ x 8 ½ in); with another

mythological subject, aquatint by Maria Cosway after

Richard Cosway; and a mixed group of other 18th and

19th century prints, mostly allegorical figure groups,

some portraits, natural history and other subjects, all

unframed (20). £200 - £300

*** Provenance: From the collection of Joseph Bonomi

Jnr. (1796-1878) and thence by descent to the present

owner.

Lot196

196 After Charles Cooper Henderson Th e ro a d

ve r S u S ra i l, from Fores’s Coaching Incidents, handcoloured

aquatint heightened with gum-arabic, c.1845

or later, 395 x 650mm. (15 ½ x 25 ½ in); with 2 prints

from Fores’s Coaching Recollections, All Right, and

Waking Up, aquatints, with hand-colouring, each c.510

x 710mm. (20 x 28 in), and 1 other, all unframed (4)

£200 - £300

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Lot197

197 After Benjamin Herring Th e Sil k S a n d SaT i nS

o f The fie l d, [Snelgrove p.93, B. Herring 2], aquatint

with original hand-colouring by J. Summers, 1868, T.

McQueen, 620 x 1170mm.(24 ½ x 67 in) § Charles Hunt

Th e li v e r p o o l gr a n d naT i o n a l ST e e p l e ch a S e, co m i n g

in, [Siltzer p. 166], aquatint with hand-colouring, 1872,

G.P. McQueen, 580 x 910mm., unframed (2).

£600 - £800

Lot198

198 Sigismund Himely pa r c d e wi n d S o r, aquatint,

c.1840, 505 x 675mm. (19 ¾ x 26 ½ in), unframed.

£200 - £300

Lot199

199 Sigismund Himely pa r i S, vu e priSe d e l a gl a c i è r e,

panoramic vista with a group of figures at a country inn

in the foreground, aquatint, c.1840, 515 x 675mm. (20

¼ x 26 ¾ in), unframed. £150 - £250

Lot200

200 Charles Hunt du c k Sh o o T i n g; wo o d-co c k

Sh o o T i n g; ph e a S a n T Sh o o T i n g, after Francis Calcraft

Turner, [Siltzer p.277], 3 only, from a set of 6, aquatints

with original hand-colouring, 1841 (but later issues),

J.W. Laird, each c.370 x 490mm. (14 ½ x 19 ½ in) (3).

£300 - £400


201 Italian School. baSilica S. ma r c o; pi a z z e T Ta S.

ma r c o, lithographs, richly coloured in watercolour and

gouache, both with painted borders, 19th century, each

c.360 x 550mm.(14 ¼ x 21 ½), unframed, (2)

£750 - £1,000

Lot202

202 Kunisada as Toyokuni III a g r o u p o f 22

w o o d b l o c k p r i n T S, mostly kabuki subjects, oban size,

each 355 x 245mm. (14 x 9 ¾ in), all unframed (22).

£300 - £500

Lot201

Lot203

203 [Kunisada] 3 e r o T i c S h u n g a p r i n T S, colour-printed

woodblock prints, each on 2 sheets, joined, unsigned,

each c.225 x 325mm (9 x 12 ¾ in), unframed (3).

£250 - £350

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Lot204

204 Thomas McKenney and James Hall 2 p o rT r a i T S

o f fo x ch i e f S, 2 o f paw n e e ch i e f S, a n d 3 o T h e r S,

including, Kee-Shes-Wa, Pow-A-Sheek, Pes-Ke-Le-

Cha-Co, and Shar-I-Tar-Ish drawn, from History of the

Indian Tribes of North America, original hand-coloured

lithographs, 1838, F. W. Greenough, Philadelphia, v.s.

500 x 340mm. (19 ¾ x 13 ½ in) to 520 x 370mm. (20 ½

x 14 ½ in), unframed (5) £1,000 - £1,500

205 Tranquillo Mollo Publisher we T T r e n n e n a u f d e r

Si m m e r i n g e r he i d e d e n 30T e n ma r z, a pair of horse

racing scenes by Krihuber after Hoehle, original handcoloured

lithographs, c.1830, Vienna, each c.375 x

490mm. (14 ¾ x 19 ¼ in) (2). £400 - £600

Lot206

206 [Admiral Lord Nelson] a baT T l e o f Tr a fa l g a r

ll o y d S paT r i o T i c fu n d c e rT i f i c aT e, awarded to Seaman

Barn.y Allen, Her Majesty’s Ship Belleisle, voting

him twenty pounds “in consideration of the Wound

you received in contributing to the signal Victory…”,

etching and engraving by E. Scriven after Robert Kerr

Porter, watermarked 1804, 3 December 1805, completed

in manuscript and signed by the Mayor James Shaw,

engraved surface 354 x 248mm. (14 x 10in.), wide

margins, unframed. £600 - £800

Lot207

207 Joseph Nigg a Se T o f 6 fl o w e r p i e c e S,

chromolithographs, c.1945 each c.780 x 545mm (30 ½

x 21 ½ in), unframed (6) £200 - £300


Lot208

208 After Hippolyte d’ Orschwiller ST e e p l e ch a S e

cr a c k S, lithograph, c.1860, François Delarue, Paris,

380 x 710mm. (15 x 28 in); with 2 lithographs of horses

after Kiorboe, each c.410 x 570mm. (16 x 22 ½ in);

also The Birth Day Team by Hunt, and 3 others, 19th

century, v.s., all unframed (7) £200 - £300

Lot209

209 Pierre-Joseph Redouté ro S a ga l l i c a l i T i f o l i a,

from Les Roses, stipple engraving printed in colours,

with original hand-colouring, 1817-24, Paris, Firmin

Didot, 350 x 260mm.(14 x 10 in), unframed.

£250 - £300

Lot210

210 Pierre-Joseph Redouté ma r a n Ta ar u n d i n a c e a,

with Muca Cornuta and Anamenia from Les Liliacées,

3 stipple engravings printed in colours, with additional

hand-colouring, 1802-16, Paris, each 520 x 340mm. (20

½ x 13 ½ in), unframed (3). £250 - £350

Lot211

211 Pierre-Joseph Redouté mo r a e a fr i d i o d i d e S;

bu n i a S Sp i n o S a e, from Les Liliacées, two stipple

engravings printed in colours, with additional handcolouring,

1802-16, Paris, each c.520 x 340mm.(20 ½ x

13 ½ in), unframed (2) £100 - £150

212 No Lot

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Lot213

213 Pierre-Joseph Redouté am a ry l l i S vi T TaTa, from

Les Liliacées, stipple engraving printed in colours,

with additional hand-colouring, 1802-16, Paris, 520 x

340mm.(20 ½ x 13 ½ in), unframed. £100 - £150

Lot214

214 Pierre-Joseph Redouté an a m e n i a co r i a c e a e;

ny c T e r i u m co r d i f o l i u m; Spa r r m a n n i a af r i c a n a;

me S p i l u S Ja p o n i c a, from Les Liliacées, stipple

engravings printed in colours, with additional handcolouring,

1802-16, Paris, each c.520 x 340mm. (20 ½

x 13 ½ in), unframed (4). £200 - £300

Lot215

215 Pierre-Joseph Redouté gi r o f l é e J a u n e; pa pav e r;

mi m u l u S, 3 stipple engravings printed in colour with

additional hand-colouring, c.1800, Paris, each 270 x

220mm.(10 ½ x 8 ½), unframed (3) £150 - £200

Lot216

216 Pierre-Joseph Redouté cr i n u m er u b e S c e n S, from

Les Liliacées, stipple engraving printed in colours,

with additional hand-colouring, 1802-16, Paris, 520 x

340mm. (20 ½ x 13 ½ in), unframed. £100 - £150


Lot217

217 Richard Gilson Reeve ca d l a n d, The Winner of

the Derby Stakes at Epsom, aquatint, printed in colours,

with additional hand colouring, heightened with gum

arabic, 1828, S. & J. Fuller, 390 x 490mm. (15 ¼ x 19

¼ in), unframed. £200 - £300

Lot218

218 John Lushington Reilly and John Haverty hiS

ma J e S T y’S em b a r k aT i o n aT ki n g S T o w n, recording the

visit of George IV to Dublin in September 1821, original

hand-coloured aquatint by Robert Havell, 1823, Hurst,

Robinson & Co., and Dublin, R. Milliken, and Allen &

Sons, artist’s inkstamp lower left, 455 x 645mm. (18 x

25 ½ in), unframed. £150 - £200

Lot219

219 a g r o u p o f p o rT r a i T S a n d f i g u r e S T u d i e S, with a

mezzotint by Watson after Joshua Reynolds, 2 portraits

by Cornelis Visscher, Cornelis van Tromp by Bol, and 5

others, engravings, mezzotints, lithographs, v.s., largest

560 x 420mm. (22 x 16 ½ in), unframed, (9)

£200 - £300

Lot220

220 David Roberts R.A. a g r o u p o f 6 v i e wS o f T h e

ho ly la n d, including Jaffa, Tiberius and Ramla, tinted

lithographs with hand-colouring, printed titles below,

1842-49, F.G. Moon & Son, each c.245 x 350mm. (9 ½

x 13 ½ in), or the reverse (6). £200 - £300

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Lot221

221 Henry Salt Sa n d y bay va l l e y in T h e iS l a n d o f

ST he l e n a, with The Mountains of Samayut, and The

Town of Abha in Abyssinia, 3 plates from Twenty-

Four Views in St Helena, The Cape, India, Ceylon, The

Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, original hand-coloured

aquatints, 1809, each c.470 x 645mm. (18 ½ x 25 ½ in),

unframed (3). £200 - £300

Lot222

222 After Hippolyte Sebron a pa i r o f v i e wS o f

ni a g a r a fa l l S, original hand-coloured aquatints by

Salathé, 1852, Goupil & Co., title panel of Horse Shoe

Falls mounted on support, both trimmed to image, each

c.595 x 945mm. (23 ½ x 37 ¼ in), both unframed (2).

£400 - £600

Lot223

223 C.Thirion an e m o n e a co u r o n n e; fr e e S i a, four

sheets of decorative floral motifs, pencil and gouache

flower studies, each signed and dated, lower right,

1925, each sheet 47 x 62cm (18 ½ x 24 ¼ in) (4)

£200 - £300

Lot224

224 J.M.W. Turner a pi c T u r e S q u e de l i n e aT i o n o f T h e

So u T h e r n co a S T o f en g l a n d, the first 3 parts, only, in

original printed wrappers, complete with 9 plates and 6

vignettes by W.B. Cooke and G. Cooke, after Turner,

De Wint, Westall, Clennell, Owen and Edridge, 1814,

John Murray, 4to (3). £150 - £200


Lot225

225 Vanity Fair a g r o u p o f c a r i c aT u r e S, including

2 cricketers, English Cricket (Lyttleton) and Sammy

(Woods), the jockey Johnny Osborne, also the artists

Whistler (2 copies), Doré, literary, musical and other

figures, including Gounod, Swinburne (2 copies), Victor

Hugo, Beerbohm Tree and portrait of Spy (Ward) by

Pal, chromolithographs, 1870-93, each c.340 x 190mm.

(13 ¼ x 7 ½ in), unframed (17). £200 - £300

Lot226

226 Carle Vernet 4 hu n T i n g Sc e n e S lithographs by

Delpech, 1818-19, each c.390 x 520mm.(15 ½ x 20 ½

in), unframed (2). £300 - £400

Lot227

227 Mattias Wolf le la n n i e r ha g a r d, for Hermann

Schlegel’s Traité de Fauconnerie, original handcoloured

lithograph, Leiden, A. Arnz, 1844-53, the

sheet 495 x 675mm.(19 ½ x 26 ½ in), unframed.

£400 - £600

Lot228

228 a m i x e d g r o u p o f a n i m a l a n d i n S e c T p r i n T S,

including a group from Thirty Plates Illustrative of

Natural History, published by the Society for Promoting

Christian Knowledge, 1845-47, by or after Bloch, Pass,

Smith, and others, engravings, some hand-coloured,

lithographs, mainly 19th century, v.s., largest 475 x

340mm. (18 ¾ x 13 ¼ in), unframed (c.100)

£300 - £500

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Lot229

229 a m i x e d g r o u p o f briTiSh a n d ir i S h v i e wS , city views

including London, Edinburgh, Dublin and elsewhere,

rural landscapes, country houses, castles, ruins and

other subjects, including many from A New Display of

the Beauties of England, 1776, engravings, lithographs

and wood-engravings, 18th and 19th century, some

coloured, v.s. (over 300). £150 - £250

Lot230

230 a vi c T o r i a n S c r a p a l b u m, neatly presented

collection of numerous colour-printed wood-engravings

of decorative natural history subjects, pastoral scenes,

British and continental views, also many plain, a few

original watercolours and drawings, interspersed with

printed scraps, mounted on album leaves, dedication on

front free endpaper dated 1866, partially disbound in

cloth boards, folio. £150 - £200

Lot231

231 a g r o u p o f mo S q u e fa c a d e S a n d iS l a m i c m o S a i c

d e S i g n S, by or after Sanier, Fichot, and others, many

published by Prisse d’Avennes, and printed by Lemercier,

Paris, engravings, lithographs, chromolithographs, 19th

century, v.s., largest, 460 x 590mm. (18 x 23 ¼ in),

unframed (32). £200 - £300

Lot232

232 δ Norman Ackroyd ST u d y f o r chaT e a u, etching

with aquatint, 1986, signed, dated and titled in pencil,

numbered 24/30, on wove paper, with full margins, 197

x 248 mm (7 ¾ x 9 ¾ in). £200 - £300


Lot233

233 δ Yaacov Agam fr o m Th e Tw e lv e Tr i b e S o f

iS r a e l, two silkscreens printed in colours, each signed

in pencil, numbered from the edition of 99, on wove

paper, all with full margins, each sheet 340 x 275 mm

(13 ¹̸ ³ x 10 7 ̸8 in) (2). £150 - £200

Lot234

234 δ Yaacov Agam fr o m Th e Tw e lv e Tr i b e S o f

iS r a e l, two silkscreens printed in colours, each signed

in pencil, numbered from the edition of 99, on wove

paper, all with full margins, each sheet 340 x 275 mm

(13 ¹̸ ³ x 10 7 ̸8 in) (2). £150 - £200

Lot235

235 δ Yaacov Agam fr o m Th e Tw e lv e Tr i b e S o f

iS r a e l, four silkscreens printed in colours, each signed

in pencil, numbered from the edition of 99, on wove

paper, all with full margins, each sheet 340 x 275 mm

(13 ¹̸ ³ x 10 7 ̸8 in) (4). £200 - £300

Lot236

236 Karel Appel; Pablo Picasso un T i T l e d ; un T i T l e d

i, 3 lithographic posters in colours, the Appel signed

and inscribed in pencil, each on wove paper, the full

sheet, v.s. (3). £250 - £350

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Lot237

237 δ Jose Gardy Artigas a c o l l e c T i o n, four

lithographs printed in colours, each signed in pencil,

numbered variously, each on wove paper, the full

sheets, together with a lithographic poster in colours,

1985, published by Maeght Lelong, Paris, v.s. (5).

£400 - £600

Lot238

238 Marius Alexander Jacques Bauer 2 l a r g e

p r o c e S S i o n a l S c e n e S in ca i r o, with another smaller

street scene, etchings with drypoint, all signed in

pencil lower right, all inscribed Epreuve d’essai or

Epr. d’artiste, 320 x 475mm.(12 ½ x 18 ¾ in), 340 x

445mm.(13 ¼ x 17 ½ in), and 125 x 295mm.(7 ¾ x 11

½ in) (3). £200 - £300

Lot239

239 Sir David Muirhead Bone wa r dr aw i n g S,

from a limited edition of 50 sets, 46 only (of 60)

tinted lithographs, all signed by the artist, 1917, some

mounted, others loose in 5 original printed wrappers

(of 6 parts), folio; with 4 Types of the British Army

and Navy, colour-printed wood-engraved portraits

of officers in various regimental uniforms, for The

Graphic, and an uncoloured wood-engraving from the

I.L.N. of Changing Guard at St James’s Palace, c.1890,

v.s. from 430 x 345mm. to 375 x 500mm (17 x 13 ½ in

to 14 ¾ x 19 ¾) (51). £200 - £300

*** Muirhead Bone, eminent Scottish etcher and

lithographer, was appointed an Official War Artist in

both World Wars.

Lot240

240 Sir Frank Brangwyn wa r r u i n S, lithograph,

signed in pencil lower right, 470 x 650mm. (18 ½ x 25

½ in), unframed. £200 - £300


Lot241

241 Sir David Young Cameron Th e ro ya l Sc o T T i S h

ac a d e m y bu i l d i n g a n d T h e naT i o n a l ga l l e ry o f

Sc o T l a n d, etching with drypoint, signed in the plate

lower right, 1916, issued to subscribers of a special

edition of The Royal Scottish Academy 1826-1916,

by William Darling McKay and Frank Rinder, 180 x

350mm. (7 x 13 ¾ in). £100 - £150

Lot242

242 Sir David Young Cameron ST o n e he n g e, etching,

signed in pencil lower right, signed in the plate lower

left, 125 x 200mm. (5 x 8 in). £120 - £180

Lot243

243 Steven Campbell naT u r a l fo l l i e S aT be e

Jun c T i o n, etching with aquatint, 1985, signed, titled

and dated in pencil, numbered 15/50, on wove paper,

with full margins, 980 x 700 mm (38 ½ x 27 ½ in).

£150 - £200

Lot244

244 Antoni Clavé a g r o u p o f 14 l i T h o g r a p h S,

monochrome on uncut wove paper, 4 signed in pencil

lower right, 1 numbered 4/54, 1 titled ‘Les Sorcières’,

each sheet 330 x 255mm. (13 x 10 in) (14). £200 - £300

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Lot245

245 δ Bernard Cohen un T i T l e d, four lithographs,

signed and dated in pencil, variously numbered,

published by Editions Alecto, London, on wove paper,

with full margins, various sizes (4).

£200 - £300

Lot246

246 After Paul Colin ba l Ta b a r i n lithograph printed

in colours, 1992, from the edition of 150, published by

Monsieur Michel De Lucia, Paris, with their blindstamp,

on Arches paper, with full margins, 650 x 450 mm (25

5/8 x 17 ¾ x in). £200 - £300

Lot247

247 D. Cook a co l l e c T i o n, ten etchings, three printed

in colours, each signed and titled in pencil, numbered

variously, on wove paper, with full margins, v.s. (10).

£250 - £350

Lot248

248 δ Robyn Denny un T i T l e d, f r o m T h e li g h T o f T h e

wo r l d Su i T e, 2 silkscreens printed in colours, 1970,

each signed and dated in pencil, inscirbed artist’s proof

XI/XXV, on wove paper, each 723 x 793 mm (28 ½ x

31 ¼ in) (2). £600 - £800


Lot249

249 δ Robyn Denny un T i T l e d, f r o m T h e li g h T o f T h e

wo r l d Su i T e, 2 silkscreens printed in colours, 1970,

each signed and dated in pencil, inscirbed artist’s proof

XI/XXV, on wove paper, each 723 x 793 mm (28 ½ x

31 ¼ in) (2). £600 - £800

Lot250

250 δ Robyn Denny un T i T l e d, f r o m T h e li g h T o f T h e

wo r l d Su i T e, 2 silkscreens printed in colours, 1970,

each signed and dated in pencil, inscirbed artist’s proof

XI/XXV, on wove paper, each 723 x 793 mm (28 ½ x

31 ¼ in) (2). £600 - £800

Lot251

251 Herbert Thomas Dicksee SuSpenSe, etching with

drypoint, signed in pencil lower left, initialled and dated

1920 in the plate, lower right, Fine Art Trade Guild

blindstamps lower left, Frost & Reed, 455 x 680mm.

(18 x 26 ¾ in), unframed. £200 - £300

Lot252

252 Herbert Thomas Dicksee Th e deSTr o y e r S,

etching with drypoint on vellum paper, signed in pencil

lower left, initialled and dated 1904 in the plate, lower

right, Printsellers Association blindstamp lower left,

Frost & Reed, 435 x 710mm. (17 x 28 in); with another

of a crouching tiger, similar, both unframed (2).

£300 - £500

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Lot253

253 Herbert Thomas Dicksee a c r o u c h i n g T i g e r,

etching with drypoint on vellum paper, signed in pencil

lower left, initialled in the plate, also lower, 1900, Frost

& Reed, Printsellers Association blindstamp lower left,

475 x 700mm. (18 ¾ x 27 ½ in), unframed.

£200 - £300

Lot254

254 Herbert Thomas Dicksee a S h e p h e r d d r i v i n g h i S

f l o c k, etching with drypoint on vellum paper, signed

in pencil lower left, initialled in the plate, also lower

left with Printsellers Association blindstamp below,

1901, Frost & Reed, 520 x 660mm. (20 ½ x 26 in);

with a duplicate, and another signed Dicksee print, The

Road to the Village, and Parting Ways, this unsigned,

all unframed (4). £300 - £500

Lot255

255 Herbert Thomas Dicksee he a d o f a b l o o d h o u n d,

circular portrait etching with drypoint, signed in pencil

lower left, initialled and dated 1921 in the plate, lower

centre, Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamps lower left,

Frost & Reed, 430 x 410mm. (17 x 16 in), unframed.

£200 - £300

Lot256

256 Herbert Thomas Dicksee Th e Sen T i n e l, etching

with drypoint on vellum paper, signed in pencil lower

left with etched vignette of metal gauntlet, initialled

and dated 1913 in the plate, lower right, Frost & Reed,

Printsellers Association blindstamp lower left, 375 x

645mm. (14 ¾ x 25 ½ in), unframed. £200 - £300


Lot257

257 Herbert Thomas Dicksee go o d b y e, etching with

drypoint on vellum paper, signed in pencil lower left

with etched vignette of roses, initialled in the plate, also

lower left, 1913, C. Klackner, Printsellers Association

blindstamp lower left, 750 x 555mm. (29 ½ x 22 in),

unframed. £200 - £300

Lot258

258 Herbert Thomas Dicksee co m r a d e S, etching with

drypoint, signed in pencil lower left, initialled and dated

1928 in the plate, lower right, Fine Art Trade Guild

blindstamps lower left, Frost & Reed, 325 x 560mm.

(12 ¾ x 22 in), unframed. £200 - £300

Lot259

259 δ Rainer Fetting Su n f l o w e r S; Su n f l o w e r S i, two

silkscreens printed in colours, 1992, signed, titled and

dated in pencil, numbered variously from the edition of

100, on wove paper, with full margins, each 1220 x 860

mm (48 x 33 ¾ in) (2). £200 - £300

Lot260

260 Sir William Russell Flint Sa r a, limited edition

colour-printed offset lithograph, signed in pencil lower

right, 1965, Medici Society, Fine Art Trade Guild

blindstamp lower left, 400 x 635mm. (15 ¾ x 25 in),

unframed. £150 - £200

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Lot261

261 Alain Gaudin le S Jo u e r S d e po l o, a pair of polo

match scenes on a beach, 2 watercolours over pencil,

heightened with body white, 2005, each c.26.5 x 36.5

cm.(10 ½ X 14 in), both signed and inscribed in pencil,

lower right, framed and glazed; with 4 sketches of polo

playing by another hand, pen and ink with touches of

monochrome wash, each signed or inscribed in French,

H. St Molf, Polo Bagatelle, two dated, v.s. (6).

£400 - £600

Lot262

262 Adrian George and G. Ebert be a u T i f u l be a S T

ze b r a; un T i T l e d i; un T i T l e d ii; da S ze c h e i n; un T i T l e d

i, three etchings and two mezzotint etchings, printed

in colours, 1976-82, each signed in pencil, numbered

variously, on wove papers, with full margins, v.s. (5).

£400 - £600

Lot263

263 Georg T. Hartmann and Pamela Bianco a g r o u p

o f o r i g i n a l ch r i S T m a S c a r d S, 19 original etchings and

aquatints by Hartmann, 1 aquatint, 2 lithographs and 1

offset lithograph by Bianco, and 2 further cards each

with 2 etchings by both artist/illustrators, all issued as

Christmas cards, all signed, all but 1 dated, 1950 to

1974, all inscribed, most to Clara Buck, v.s., 75 x 65mm

to 125 x 185mm (3 x 2Ω in to 5 x 7º in) (25).

£120 - £180

*** Provenance: by descent from the recipient.

Lot264

264 δ John Hoyland un T i T l e d, f r o m T h e ne w yo r k

Su i T e, silkscreen printed in colours, 1971, signed in

pencil, numbered 18/100, on wove paper, with full

margins, 1030 x 720 mm (40 2/4 x 28 ½ in).

£300 - £500


265 δ John Hubbard un T i T l e d S e T f r o m, ro T h k o

po rT f o l i o, five silkscreens printed in colours, each

signed in pencil, numbered variously from the edition

of 75, on wove paper, with full margins, each sheet 545

x 440 mm (21 ½ x 17 ¼ in), unframed (5).

£300 - £500

Lot266

266 δ Albert Irvin ho ly r o o d ii, silkscreen printed

in colours, 1988, signed, titled and dated in pencil,

numbered 64/95, on wove paper, with full margins,

1170 x 860 mm (46 x 34 in). £300 - £500

Lot265

Lot267

267 δ Albert Irvin co p p e r a S, silkscreen printed

in colours, 1991, signed, titled and dated in pencil,

numbered 9/90, on wove paper, with full margins, 920

x 1260 mm (36 ¼ x 49 ½). £300 - £500

Lot268

268 δ Albert Irvin Si m o n e ii, silkscreen printed

in colours, 1992, signed, titled and dated in pencil,

numbered 48/275, published by Advanced Graphics,

London, on wove paper, with full margins, 210 x 315

mm (8 ¼ x 12 ½ in). £200 - £300

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Lot269

269 Pierre Georges Jeanniot le p o l o, colour etching

and aquatint, c.1900, signed in pencil, lower left, from

an edition of 25, 29 x 39mm. (11 ½ x 15 ¼ in).

£150 - £250

Lot270

270 δ Sara John un T i T l e d, lithograph, on wove paper,

with full margins, 420 x 320 mm (16 ½ x 12 5/8 in).

£100 - £150

Lot271

271 Elizabeth Keith ni g h T Sc e n e, pe k i n g, colourprinted

woodcut, signed lower right, artist’s monogram

and date stamp, 1922, also lower right, titled in the

block lower left, 360 x 240mm. (14 ¼ x 9 ½ in).

£300 - £500

Lot272

272 Jan Lebenstein 2 p r i n T S, two lithographs printed

in colours, each signed in pencil, numbered variously

from the edition of 100, on wove paper, each 315 x 215

mm (12 ¼ x 8 ½ in) £250 - £350


Lot273

273 Georges Manzana-Pissarro (1871-1961)

Tw o pe a c o c k S, pochoir in gouache with extensive

heightening in gold and silver, signed lower right,

“manzana-Pissarro”, 315 x 485mm. (12 x 19in.),

unframed. £200 - £300

Lot274

274 Louis Marcoussis un T i T l e d, lithograph printed in

colours, on Arches paper, with full margins, 240 x 410

mm (9 ½ x 16 1/8 in). £200 - £300

Lot275

275 Barry Martin a co l l e c T i o n, five silkscreens

printed in colours and two lithographs, each signed,

titled, and dated in pencil, numbered variously, each on

wove paper, with full margins, v.s. (7). £250 - £350

Lot276

276 δ Brendan Neiland la d y ma r g a r e T ha l l,

silkscreen printed in colours, signed, titled, dated 1998,

and inscribed A/P in black ink, an artist’s proof aside

from the edition, on wove paper, with full margins, 460

x 275 mm (18 1/8 x 10 7 ̸8 in). £100 - £150

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Lot277

277 δ Paul Noble no b a n d, etching, 2004, signed and

dated in pencil, numbered 107/250, published for the

Whitechapel Gallery, London, on wove paper, with full

margins, 190 x 280 mm (7 3/8 x 11 in).

£100 - £150

Lot278

278 Emil Orlik fe l u c c a o n T h e ni l e, etching with

drypoint and roulette, signed in pencil, lower right, 300

x 195mm (12 x 7 ¾ in), unframed. £250 - £350

Lot279

279 Tsugumi Ota py g m a l i o n; TireSiaS a n d T h e

Se r pa n T S ii; Th i e v e S me Ta m o r p h o S e S; gaT e To he l l,

four woodcuts, each signed, titled and dated in pencil,

1987-93, numbered variously, on Japan paper, with full

margins, v.s.(4). £500 - £700

Lot280

280 Sir Eduardo Paolozzi un T i T l e d, silkscreen

printed in colours, 1990, signed and dated in pencil,

numbered 2½00, published and printed by Advanced

Graphics with their blindstamp, on Arches paper, with

full margins, sheet 660 x 530mm. (26 x 19 ¾ in).

£200 - £300


Lot281

281 After Pablo Picasso ca r n e T d e ca l i f o r n i e i;

ca r n e T d e ca l i f o r n i e ii, 2 lithographs printed in

colours, 1955, each on Arches paper, with full margins,

each 280 x 420 mm (11 x 16 ½ in) (2). £300 - £500

Lot282

282 After Pablo Picasso Sa l a ga S pa r lithograph

printed in colours, 1968, numbered 869/1000, on

Arches paper, with full margins, 780 x 560 mm (30 ¾ x

22 in). £200 - £300

Lot283

283 Sir Frank Short wi n c h e l S e a ma r c h e S, etching

with drypoint, c.1910, proof plate, signed in pencil,

lower right, London exhibition label of F.R. Meatyard

of Museum St pasted on backboard, 105 x 260mm. (4

½ x 10 in); with another downland landscape, signed

by Short and the printer Frank Goulding, mezzotint,

pencil signatures lower right, 120 x 295mm.(5 x 11 ½

in); with a view of Craigmillar castle, Edinburgh (3).

£200 - £300

Lot284

284 Norman Rockwell “Th e m u S i c h a S...”, lithograph

printed in colours, 1940, signed in pencil lower right,

and numbered 44/200 lower left, 540 x 455mm (21 ¼ x

18 in). £200 - £300

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Lot285

285 Richard Rummell pr i n c e T o n un i v e r S i T y, bird’seye

view, sepia photogravure on chine appliqué, 1906,

New York, 435 x 755mm. (17 x 29 ¾ in), unframed.

£150 - £200

Lot286

286 δ Roger Selden Spa c e on e; Spa c e Tw o , two

etchings with aquatint printed in colours, 1988, signed

and titled in pencil, each numbered 26/75, on Arches

paper, with full margins, each 830 mm x 645 mm (32

5/8 in x 25 3/8 in) £500 - £700

Lot287

287 δ William Tillyer a co l l e c T i o n, the set of 4

engravings printed in colours, each signed in pencil,

numbered 35/40, on wove paper, with full margins,

each 147 mm x 222 mm (5 ¾ in x 8 ¾ in).

£150 - £200

Lot288

288 Feliks Topolski Th r e e Jud g e S, lithograph printed

in colours, signed in pencil, numbered 122/250, on

wove paper, with full margins, 390 x 560 mm (15 3/8 x

22 in). £150 - £200


289 Urushibara & Sir Frank Brangwyn Th e de v i l’S

br i d g e, woodblock printed in tones, c.1924, signed in

pencil by both artist’s in margin, 360 x 505mm. (14 ¼ x

20 in). £200 - £300

290 Roger Vieillard gr av u r e S d e ro g e r vi e i l l a r d, a

unique set of 16 engravings, with a further set of 16

working proofs with extensive additions in graphite,

1934-1951, each signed, titled and dated in pencil, with

title-page signed and inscribed Cette suite de gravures

a été réunie pour Monsieur le Colonel Daniel Sickles,

Examplaire Unique, all on laid paper, with full margins,

loose in the original portfolio with title on a printed

label adhered to the uppers, overall size 605 x 420 mm

(23 ¾ x 16 ½ in) (16) £2,000 - £2,500

Lot290

Lot289

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Lot291

291 William Lionel Wyllie Th a m e S Sc e n e, etching with

drypoint, signed in pencil lower left, 125 x 300mm. (5 x

11 ¾ in). £150 - £200

Lot292

292 William Lionel Wyllie ro ya l al b e rT do c k S o n T h e

Th a m e S, etching, signed in pencil lower left, numbered

VII lower right, 145 x 350mm. (5 ¾ x 13 ¾ in).

£120 - £180

Lot293

293 Various Artists a co l l e c T i o n, a group of seven

prints of various media, one with additional handcolouring

in colours, each signed in pencil, numbered

variously, each on wove paper, v.s. (7). £300 - £500

*** Artists include Stefano Arienti, Alexander Kennedy,

Torie Begg, Stephen Buckley and Rosina Mahoney.

Lot294

294 Various Artists a co l l e c T i o n, eleven prints of

various media, mostly printed in colours, including

works by Arthur Byrne, Jo Barry, and B.M. Blake,

each signed and titled in pencil, numbered variously, on

wove paper, with full margins, v.s. (11). £250 - £350


Lot295

295 Various Artists a co l l e c T i o n, ten prints of various

media, printed in colours, including works by Jo Mure,

Ashley D. Borch, R. Mahoney, and A. Schmidt, each

signed in pencil, on wove paper, v.s. (10). £250 - £350

Lot296

296 Various Artists a c o l l e c T i o n, seven prints of

various media printed in colours, each signed in pencil

and numbered varioously, on various papers, v.s. (7).

£300 - £500

Lot297

297 Various Artists de r r i e r e le miroir, thirty nine

original lithographs from various volumes of the

publication, including works by Joan Miro, Jean Arp,

Claude Garache, Eduardo Chillida and Pierre Tal-Coat,

each 380 x 280 mm (15 x 11 in), unframed (39).

£400 - £600

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Lot299

Lot298

298 Various Artists a co l l e c T i o n, seven prints of

various media printed in colours, including works by

Valerie Thornton, Harald becker, Tim Armstrong, Don

Bessant, Robert Brennan and Barry Herbert, each

signed in pencil, on wove paper, with full margins, v.s.

(7). £300 - £500

299 a g r o u p o f e a r ly 20T h c e n T u ry d e c o r aT i v e d e S i g n S

f o r va S e S , l a m p S , a n d o r n a m e n T S, and some original

designs, engravings, lithographs, and pen and ink

drawings, many with hand-colouring, v.s., largest 545

x 680mm. (21 ½ x 26 ¾ in), unframed (28).

£300 - £500


300 Jean Baptiste Michel mo S e S ST r i k i n g Th e ro c k,

after Nicholas Poussin, engraving, 1778, John & Josiah

Boydell, 470 x 590mm.(18 ½ x 23 in). £50 - £100

301 Francesco Bartolozzi po rT r a i T o f ha n S ho l b e i n;

po rT r a i T o f ho l b e i n˜S wife, After Holbein’s paintings

at Kensington Palace, stipple-engravings, 1798, each

c.315 x 230mm.(12 x 9 in),J. Chamberlaine, ; with a

group of seven portraits by Bartolozzi after Holbein

from Imitations of Original Drawings, stippleengravings

part printed in colours, four on pink paper,

v.s., J. Chamberlaine, 1792-99, two framed and glazed,

(9). £150 - £200

302 G.B Cipriani after F. Bartolozzi po rT r a i T

o f ha n d e l, within a decorative frame, etching and

engraving, 1780s, 410 x 280mm. (16 x 11in.); and a

varied group of unrelated ephemera, unframed, (sm.

qty) £100 - £150

303 Jacques François Blondel él é vaT i o n gé n é r a l e

d e l a fa ç a d e q u i r e g a r d e l e c ô T é d e S Ja r d i n S, with 2

other elevations and a section, from De la Distribution

des Maisons de Plaisance, engravings, late 18th century,

Paris, Jombert, v.s., 210 x 365mm.(8 ½ x 14 in) to 225 x

900mm.(8 ½ x 36 in); with Vue Perspective du choeur

de l’Abbaye Royale de Westminster, original handcoloured

engraving, 1737-8, Paris, Daumont, 280 x

400mm.(11 x 16 in) (5). £120 - £180

304 John Bowles Vue d’optique Th e in S i d e vi e w

o f T h e ro T u n d a in T h e ra n e l a g h ga r d e n S w iT h T h e

co m pa n y aT br e a k fa S T, engravings, from mid-late 18th

century, 285 x 405mm.(11 x 16 in),Carington Bowles,

with 2 other continental vues d’optique of the interior

of St Paul’s, unframed (3) £100 - £150

305 No Lot

❦ General Pictures

T h e f o l l o w i n g l o T S a r e a l l o f f e r e d w i T h o u T r e S e rv e.

Illustrations available to view online

306 Pierre Joseph Buchoz la Jo ly d e fl e u ry, Le

Comte D’Angivilliers and Le Comte De Vergennes, 3

plates of tulips from Collection Colorié Des Plus Belles

Variétés Des Tulipes, engravings, 1781, Paris, with

hand-colouring, each c.320 x 200mm. (12 ½ x 8 in),

unframed (3) £150 - £200

307 Pierre Joseph Buchoz lilium bu l b i f e r u m; al o ë

ca p e n S i S; ep i d e n d r u m bo u va rT i a, from Le Jardin

d’Eden, engravings with original hand-colouring, 1783,

Paris, each c.320 x 205mm. (12 ½ x 8 ½ in), unframed

(3) £100 - £150

308 Samuel & Nathaniel Buck. Th e So u T h-ea S T

vi e w o f al n w i c k ca S T l e in no rT h u m b e r l a n d, and 9

other views of castles and abbeys in Northumberland,

including Prudhoe, Bamburgh, Warkworth and

elsewhere, from Antiquities; or Venerable Remains of

above Four Hundred Castles, Monasteries, Palaces, &c.

in England and Wales, engravings, 1740 (or later), each

c.195 x 370mm.(7 ½ x 1 ½ in) (10). £100 - £150

309 Georges Louis Leclerc Buffon [hiSToire

n aT u r e l l e, g é n é r a l e e T pa rT i c u l i è r e, av e c l a d e S c r i p T i o n

d u cab i n e T d u r o y] 195 engravings only, disbound,

Amsterdam, 1766 or later, each c.240 x 180mm; with

10 other botanical plates (205). £100 - £150

310 Caricature.- William Spooner (Publisher.)

Th e ki n g a n d Th e du k e, double-portrait caricature,

depicting a smiling William IV, with the caption Let

Me Be Loved, with an overlay in the lower half to form

the stern visage of the Duke of Wellington, captioned

Let Me Be Feared, original hand-coloured lithograph,

c.1830, 345 x 235mm. (13 ½ x 9 ¼ in), unframed.

£100 - £150

311 Louis Francois Cassas gr o u p e d e Se i z e co l o n n e S

a pa l m y r e, Temple Circulaire A Ba’ Albek, from

Voyage Pittoresque de la Syrie, de la Phœnicie, de la

Palæstine, et de la Basse-Ægypte, engravings, c.1800,

Paris, Imprimerie de la République, each 280 x 450mm.

(11 x 17 ½ in), unframed (2) £100 - £150

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312 C. Catton Th e an g o r a go aT ; Th e mo u f l o n; Th e

Sw e e d i S h-el k; Th e mu S k de e r, from Animals Drawn

from Nature, aquatints,1787, C. Catton, each 205 x

300mm.(8 ½ x 12 in), unframed (4) £150 - £200

313 C. Catton Th e be a r; Th e wo l f; Th e oTa h e i T e

do g; Th e hya e n a, from Animals Drawn from Nature,

aquatints, 1787, each 205 x 300mm.(8 x 12 in),

unframed (4). £150 - £200

314 Henri Abraham Chatelain vu e d e l a v i l l e d u

gr a n d ca i r e, e T d e S e S e n v i r o n S, 3 scenes of buildings

along the Nile, with text borders, engraving with

original hand-colouring, c.1720, Amsterdam, 375 x

440mm.(14 ½ x 17 in), unframed. £50 - £70

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Lot317

315 George Cruikshank Th e ro ya l Tr a n S p o rT

& T h e ca p T i v e da u g h T e r o r, pr i n c e bl u e be a r d

Tr i u m p h a n T!!!!, the Prince Regent, with flowing beard

and turban, stands on the shore as his wife sails away,

their daughter calling after her while suspended in a

cage labelled Cram Bone Lodge, [not in BM Satires],

original hand-coloured etching, 1814, H. Harrild, 215

x 260mm. (8 ½ x 10 ¼ in); The R__t Kicking up a

Row, or, Warwick House in an Uproar!!!, [BM Satires

12292], original hand-coloured etching, 1814, T. Tegg,

250 x 350mm. (9 ¾ x 13 ¾ in); with a plate from Dr

Syntax, all unframed (3). £100 - £150

*** The two principal plates relate to the decision of

Princess Charlotte to break off her engagement to the

Prince of Orange as she feared to leave the country would

be to further undermine her mother’s position against

the Prince Regent. He planned to move Charlotte to

Cranborne House in Windsor Park, but she slipped away

in a cab to her mother’s home in Connaught Place.


316 G. D. Ehret ce r e u S a n d f o u r o T h e r n aT u r a l

h i S T o ry p r i n T S, from Christoph Trew’s Plantae Selectae,

engraving with original hand-colouring, the title

heightened in gold, 1750-73, Augsburg, 435 x 300mm.

(17 x 12 in) § with Myrtle leaved Camelia, after Clara

Maria Pope, chromolithograph, 460mm x 670mm, (18

x 26 ½ in); with 3 other natural history prints (5).

£150 - £200

317 18th century English school.- vi e w o f

we S T m i n S T e r f r o m la m b e T h pa l a c e, watercolour over

pen and ink, 315 x 440mm. (12 ¼ x 17 ¼ in), unframed;

with 3 continental landscapes, pencil, pen and ink,

watercolour, 19th century, v.s., unframed (4)

£200 - £300

318 Joseph Farington. vi e w o f lo n d o n f r o m

la m b e T h, double-page panorama, with 2 further

single plates of Nuneham and Kemble from Boydell’s

History of the River Thames, original hand-coloured

aquatints,1793-95, J. & J. Boydell, the panorama 335

x 550 (13 ½ x 21 ½ in) , the single plates each c.220 x

325mm., unframed (3). £100 - £150

319 a m i x e d g r o u p o f lo n d o n a n d Th a m e S v i e wS ,

including a view of Henley after Farington, and others

by or after Cole and Daniell, engravings, aquatints,

lithographs, some hand-coloured, mainly 19th century,

v.s., largest 340 x 495mm. (13 ¼ x 19 ½ in), unframed

(c.60) £200 - £300

320 James Fittler. ca p Ta i n ma cbr i d e, three-quarter

length portrait after Northcote, engraving,1792, printed

in dark blue/black by J. Shoveller, 495 x 365mm.(19

¼ x 14 ½ in); with a portrait of Charles Saunders, Vice

Admiral of the Blue, mezzotint, 1794, 360 x 255mm.

(14 ¼ x 10 in); another of General Elliot, later Governor

of Gibraltar, soft-ground etching, 1794, 520 x 355mm.

(20 ½ x13 ¾ in); also with The English Politicians, by

Richard Houston, mezzotint, 1794, 610 x 460mm.(24 x

18 in), unframed (4) £150 - £200

321 Count Ivan Forray ro d a Sz i g e T a nil me l l e T T,

lithograph with hand-colouring, heightened with gumarabic,

1849, Pest, 320 x 440mm. (12 ½ x 17 ½ in) §

Ciceri (Eugene) Habitation Arabe Dans La Plaine De

Suez, from Souvenirs d’Egypte, tinted lithograph, 1851,

295 x 450mm.(11 ½ x 17 ½ in); with five lithograph

views of the Middle East from Eugene Flandon’s

L’Orient, all unframed (7). £100 - £150

322 France.- Military.- de c u r S i o ad an n u l u m, a view

of French cavalry manoeuvres in the Louvre Gardens

in the manner of Van Blarenberghe, engraving, Paris,

c.1775, 530 x 740mm.(21 x 29 in), unframed.

£50 - £70

323 William Hogarth and others. a g r o u p o f e n g r av e d

T h e aT r e T i c k e T S, i n v i TaT i o n S a n d Similar, including a

few examples by Hogarth, engravings, 18th century,

v.s., 130 x 80mm. to 220 x 295mm. (5 x 3 in to 8 ¾ x 11

½ in) (19). £100 - £150

324 John Baptist Jackson la z a r u S aT T h e ri c h ma n’S

Ta b l e, after Jacopo Bassano il Vecchio, chiaroscuro

woodcut, 570 x 385mm. (22 ½ x 15 ¼ in); with The

Presentation in the Temple, after Veronese, chiaroscuro

woodcut, c.1742, 545 x 385mm. (21 ½ x 15 ¼ in), both

unframed, but mounted over wooden stretchers (2).

£150 - £250

325 After Angelica Kauffman a fl o w e r pa i n T e d b y

va r e l S T, circular stipple-engraving by Thomas Burke,

c.1785, 355 x 285mm. (14 x 11 ¼ in); with a small,

mixed group of stipple-engravings, other prints and a

small oil on canvas (14). £100 - £150

326 Joannes Kip be r k l e y ca S T l e, T h e Se aT o f T h e

ea r l o f be r k l e y, bird’s-eye view from The Ancient

and Present State of Glocestershire, engraving, 1768,

350 x 440mm.(13 ½ x 17 in), unframed. £50 - £75

327 Joannes Kip ba d m i n T o n, Se aT o f T h e du k e o f

be a u f o rT, and Stoke Gifford, The Seat of John Berkeley,

two engravings, c.1768, each 350 x 440mm. (13 ½ x 17

½ in); with Haughton In The County of Nottingham,

engraving, 1720, 350 x 470mm.(14 x 18 ½ in) (3)

£60 - £80

328 Jean Baptiste Lucien re c l i n i n g n u d e; Se aT e d

n u d e, engravings after Le Clere, c.1780, the larger

31cm x 46cm, (12 x 18 in) (2). £50 - £70

329 Thomas Malton me r l b o u r n e ho u S e, wh i T e-h a l l,

original hand-coloured aquatint, 1797, 300 x 400mm.

(12 x 16 in); with Royal Mails, Starting from the

Post Office, after Samuel John Egbert Jones, reduced

version of the plate originally by Charles Hunt, [c.f.

Siltzer p.168 & Snelgrove, Jones 7], original handcoloured

aquatint, 1827 or later, 270 x 340mm. (10 ½ x

13 ½ in); with an 18th century view of St Martin’s and

a City ward map, both by Bernard Cole; and a small

group of steel-engraved views of London, unframed (8)

£150 - £200

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330 After George Morland. mo r n i n g, o r T h e

be n e v o l e n T Sp o rT S m a n, mezzotint printed in colours,

by Joseph Grozer, 1795, 450 x 585mm. (17 ¾ x 23 in),

unframed. £100 - £150

331 Sutton Nicholls Th e ea S T-Si d e o f lo n d o n-br i d g e,

engraving, John Smith, c.1705, 310 x 880mm. (12 ¼ x

34 ¾ in); with a portrait of Sir John de Hawkwood, by

Thomas Patch after Uccello, 2 plates from Hogarth’s

Analysis of Beauty, and an engraving after Hogarth’s

O’The Roast Beef of Old England printed by Sayer, and

2 others, all unframed (7). £80 - £120

332 Sutton Nicholls Th e we S T Si d e o f lo n d o n br i d g e,

Th e ea S T Si d e o f lo n d o n br i d g e, double prospect of

the old bridge, each view with sail ships and other river

craft in the foreground, with text panel below, engraving

on two sheets, joined, c.1705, J. Smith, 570 x 885mm.

(22 ½ x 34 ½ in) § Joseph Constantine Stadler ew e n

mi l l, after Joseph Farington, from Boydell’s History

of the River Thames, original hand-coloured aquatint,

1793, 300 x 410mm. (12 x 16 in), unframed, (2)

£150 - £250

333 Old Master Prints.- a va r i e d c o l l e c T i o n, including

etchings and engravings, 16th-18th centuries, by Bosse,

Boetius Bolswert, Van Swanevelt, Lafreri and others,

mezzotints by Robert Williams and Earlom, a group of

early portraits and c.60 plates from a drawing manual

by Bloemaert, v.s., unframed (Qty.) £200 - £300

334 Francesco Piranesi un o d è d u e co l o S S i d e l

qu i r i n a l e r a p p r e S e n Ta n T i ca S T o r e e po l l u c e, Uno

dè due Colossi del Quirinale rappresentanti Castore

e Polluce; with Maleagro....con testa del Cinghiale

Calidonio, 2 plates of Roman statuary, the latter in

the Vatican Museum, both after Bernardino Nocchi,

engravings, 1780-90, Rome, each c.705 x 475mm. (28

x 18 ½ in), unframed (2). £100 - £150

335 Francesco Piranesi ve d u Ta in T e r n a d e l co l o S S e o,

from Vedute di Roma, [H.137 I; F. after 823], etching

with engraving, a very dark, rich, impression, on laid

paper (Hind watermark 6), c.1788, Rome edition, 490 x

710mm.(19 x 28 in), unframed. £100 - £150

336 Giovanni Battista Piranesi ve d u Ta i n T e r n a d e l l a

ch i e S a d e l l a ma d o n n a d e g l i an g i o l i, , [H.129 II;

F.835; W-E.262], etching with engraving on laid paper

(Hind watermark 6), [1776, but c.1780], posthumous

Rome edition, 490 x 715mm.(19 x 28 in), unframed

(2). £150 - £200

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337 Giovanni Battista Piranesi. va S o a n T i c o d i

ba S a lT e r i T r o vaTo in più p e z z i, for Vasi, Candelabri,

Cippi..., [F.658; W-E.945], etching, c.1768-1778,

Rome, 595 x 450mm (23 ¼x17 ½ in), unframed

£150 - £200

338 Giovanni Battista Piranesi. va S o a n T i c o d i

m a r m o preSSo S. e. il Sig. ge n.l e Sc h o u va l o f f, for

Vasi, Candelabri, Cippi…, , [F.676; W-E.963], etching,

c.1768-1778, Rome, 540 x 390mm (21 ¼, 15 ¼ in);

with Altra Veduta in Prospettiva dello Stesso Tripode,

[F.702; W-E.989], etching, c.1768-1778, Rome, 530 x

390mm, (21 ½ x15 ¼ in), unframed (2)

£200 - £300

339 Giovanni Battista Piranesi. va S o a n T i c o d i m a r m o

d i g r a n m o l e […] Si v e d e n e l c o rT i l e d e l mo n a S T e r o d i

S. ce c i l i a in Tr a S T e v e r e, for Vasi, Candelabri, Cippi...,

[F.635; W-E.922], etching, c.1768-1778, 535 x 390mm.

(21 x 15 ½), unframed. £150 - £200

340 Georg Balthasar Probst a view o f T h e weSTmünSTer

br i d g e, lo n d o n, hand-coloured vue d’optique engraving

by Frederic Leizelt, c.1760, Augsburg, 315 x 415mm.

(12 ¼ x 16 ¼ in). £100 - £150

341 George Samuel (1785-1823) So m e r S e T S h i r e

la n d S c a p e, a woodland cottage door scene, watercolour

over pencil, 46 x 64 cm. (18 x 25 in). £100 - £150

342 Paul Sandby pe m b r o k e ca S T l e, Episcopal Palace

at St. Davids; Carey Castle in Pembrokeshire, three

plates from XII Views in Aquatint from Drawings Taken

on the Spot in South-Wales, [c.f. Abbey Scenery 511],

aquatints printed in bistre, 1775, each c.225 x 205mm,

(10 x 8 in) (3). £75 - £100

343 Petrus Schenk Th e wa r o f Spa n i S h Su c c e S S i o n a n d

eu r o p e a n ro ya lT y, 3 sheets each with a set of 9 scenes

depicting events in the years 1712, 1723 and 1725,

including battles, imperial births and deaths, engravings,

each set 490 x 560mm. (19 ¼ x 22 in); with 3 plates

relating to the Spanish Inquisition, by John Bowles;

and 2 religious scenes, 18th century; and a 19th century

European costume scene (9). £150 - £250

344 Johann Gottlob Schumann Th e fo u r Ti m eS o f

T h e day , the maritime set, Morning (Weighing anchor),

Noon (Riding out a gale), Evening (Light breeze of

the Land) and Night (Capt. Buckner’s Action with a

French Sloop of War), after Atkins, aquatints, 1796, R.

Ackermann, each c.150 x 215mm.(6 x 8 ½ in) (4).

£200 - £300


345 Louis Gerard Scotin an aT o m i c a l S T u d y o f a

S Ta n d i n g m a l e f i g u r e, engraving,1750, J. & P. Knapton,

565 x 405mm.(22 x16 in), unframed. £100 - £150

346 Jacob Wangner wü rT T e m b e r g b aT T u e, Deer Water-

Hunt in the presence of the Duchess of Würtemberg,

engraving, c.1748, Augsburg, 490 x 660mm. (19 ¼ x

26 in). £100 - £150

347 After Jean Antoine Watteau. em b a r q u e m e n T

p o u r cy T h è r e; Th e ru S T i c we d d i n g, 2 rococo scenes,

engravings, mid 18th century, each c.500 x 720mm. (20

x 28 ½ in) (2). £100 - £150

348 J.W. Weinmann ca u d a m u r iS a n d ce d r u S li b a n i,

with Acetosa Pratensis, Cacaliastrum, Potamogeton and

others, from Phytanthoza Iconographia, [Regensburg],

[1734-1745], engravings with mezzotint, printed in

colour and finished by hand, each 325 x 210mm. (12 ¾

x 8 ¼ in), unframed (8) £150 - £200

349 W.Westall A.R.A. (1781-1850) eT o n, pencil

drawing with monochrome sepia ink wash, signed in

pencil lower left, 65mm x 95mm, (2 ½ x 3 ¾ in); with

small mixed group of British and continental landscape

and river scenes, including La tour de Marseilles, 1789,

watercolours and pencil drawings, v.s, (6). £150 - £250

Lot344

350 a g r o u p o f f o u r a r c h i T e c h T u r a l p r i n T S, The hall

of entrance Carlton House, 25 cm x 20 cm (10 x 8 ½

in), with designs of building and ornament, engraving,

published London 1728, each 35 cm x 39 cm (13 ½ x

15 ½ in) (4) £50 - £70

351 A. L. Wirsing or a n g e du c Th o l, A tulip from

Hortus Nitidissimis, engraving with original handcolouring,

1767, Nuremberg, 320 x 215mm.(12 ½ x 8

½ in), unframed. £150 - £200

352 a m i x e d g r o u p o f 16T h To 19T h c e n T u ry p r i n T S,

including a biblical scene by Julius Goltzius after Hans

Bol, others similar by Gerard Valck and Cornelius

Visscher, and a quantity of other classical and rustic

landscapes, portraits, genre scenes and other decorative

subjects, including several after Hogarth, engravings,

v.s., various conditions, all unframed (c.70).

£100 - £150

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353 a S m a l l g r o u p o f p o rT r a i T S o f m u S i c i a n S, including

Giusto Tenducci, the castrato singer and composer,

with a duplicate, both proofs before title, 1770, also

Mrs Mattocks, John James Heidegger, Carlo Broschi

Farnelli, and Mrs Clive, mezzotints, mid to late 18th

century, v.s., 155 x 115mm. to 355 x 250mm. (6 x 4

½ in to 14 x 10 in); with a mixed group of additional

portraits and other subjects, including a specimen of

miniature engravings of the Lord’s Prayer in Russian,

engravings and woodcuts, 16th to 19th century, v.s.

(21). £150 - £200

354 ru S T i c l a n d S c a p e, monochrome pen and ink wash,

late 18th century, mounted on contemporary laid paper

support with ruled wash lines, J. Whatman strasburg

lily watermark, taped at corners of verso into mount,

280 x 370mm.(11 x 14 ½ in). £50 - £75

355 a m i x e d g r o u p o f p o rT r a i T e n g r av i n g S, including

frontispiece portrait of the Hapsburg Archduke

Ferdinand from Gerard de Roo’s Annales Rerum Belli

Domique, 1592, others of Charles II, Henri IV of France,

Anne, Countess of Chesterfield, and 8 others, 17th and

18th century engravings, v.s., various conditions; also

with a pair of later issued coaching scenes (14).

£100 - £150

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356 a m i x e d g r o u p o f ru S S i a n p o rT r a i T S, including

several equestrian and bust length portraits of

Nicholas I and Alexander I, others of aristocratic and

military figures, 18th and 19th century engravings and

lithographs, some with original hand-colouring, v.s.,

various conditions (14). £200 - £300

357 a S m a l l m i x e d g r o u p o f aS i a n v i e wS , 2 handcoloured

engravings by Schley from Nieuhof’s travels,

a figure study by Dadley, and 5 others, engravings, 18th

century or later, v.s., largest 190 x 280mm. (7 ½ x 11

in), 3 unframed (8). £100 - £150

358 a S m a l l g r o u p o f va r i o u S b o Ta n i c a l p l aT e S,

including a mezzotint of a bouquet by Smith, after

Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer, 3 hand-coloured plates from

Weinmann’s Phytanthoza Iconographia, and 2 other

botanical studies, 18th century, v.s., 350 x 230mm (13

¾ x 9 in) to 185 x 130mm (7 ¼ x 5 in), unframed (6).

£100 - £150

359 a g r o u p o f a r c h i T e c T u r a l fa c a d e S a n d p l a n S,

with 23 plates from Les Bátimens et les Desseins de

André Palladio recueillis et illustrés par Octave Bertotti

Scamozzi, c.1786; with others by or after Pietro

Ferrerio, Cole, Foucherot, and others, engravings,

lithographs, mainly 18th and 19th century, v.s., largest

390 x 545mm. (15 ¼ x 21 ½ in), unframed (c.60).

£150 - £250

360 a S m a l l g r o u p o f c l a S S i c a l S TaT u a ry, by or after

Dolcibeni, Mochetti, Chauueau, and others, including

architectural ornamentation, engravings, mainly 18th

and 19th century, v.s., largest 485 x 325mm. (19 x 12 ¾

in), unframed (c.45). £100 - £150

361 Vue d’optique vü e d’op T i q u e r e p r e S e n Ta n T

l e ch o e u r d e l a caT h e d r a l e d e ST pa u l à lo n d r e S,

engraving with hand-colouring, mid to late 18th century,

Paris, Basset, 275 x 425mm.(11 x16 ½ in); with two

other continental vues d’optique of the interior of the

Ranelagh pleasure gardens, unframed (4) £100 - £150

362 Foreign Topography.- a m i x e d g r o u p o f v i e wS

a n d c o S T u m e S, the majority European, by or after Paul

Sandby, J.F.Lewis, Piranesi and others, engravings,

17th-19th centuries, v.s., unframed, (Qty.) £200 - £300

363 Henry Alken Sh a k e S p e a r e’S Se v e n ag e S o f ma n,

letterpress sheet with title and verses, 6 plates only, of

7, lacking The Soldier, original hand-coloured softground

etchings, [c.f.Abbey, Life, 256], 1826 (6)

£80 - £120


364 Thomas Allom a g r o u p o f c.100 S T e e l-e n g r av e d

v i e wS f r o m wr i g h T & al l o m’S ch i n a il l u S T r aT e d,

including views of Peking, Hong Kong, Nanking,

Whampoa and Canton, c.1843, each image 125 x

185mm. (5 x 7in.), unframed, (c.100) £100 - £150

365 William Beattie a q u a n T i T y o f p l aT e S f o r Sc o T l a n d

il l u S T r aT e d, pictorial titles and plates for vol I and II,

disbound and incomplete, also a duplicate title and 37

plates, only, of another copy of vol I, steel engravings

by Allom, Bartlett and others, 1838, sheet sizes each

c.210 x 270mm. (8 ¼ x 10 ½ in); with a large quantity

of early 19th century engravings of French military

interest; also with Dr. Butler’s Antient Atlas, lacking

boards, 8vo; and a folding map of European railways,

by Chartier (Qty). £100 - £150

366 Carington Bowles de a d ga m e , A Deer, Pheasant,

Rabbit, Woodcock and a Partridge, copper engraving

in original hand-colouring, c. 1790, 350 x 250mm.(13

½ x 10 in), date erased from imprint; with a caricature

entitled “My Lady”, 1821 (2) £80 - £120

367 John Bridgman mo n a c o f r o m T h e ra m pa rT S,

watercolour over pencil, titled and dated 1866, lower

left, 48 x 36 cm. (19 x 14 in). £100 - £150

368 Jean Brindesi baT e a u (ka ï q), a boating scene

on the Bosphorus, from Souvenirs de Constantinople,

lithograph printed in colours, 1855-60, Impr. Lemercier,

Paris, 230 x 340mm.(9 x 13 ½ in), unframed.

£100 - £150

369 Carl Joseph Brodtmann de r b r a u n e mo n g u S,

de r ma k o k o, with three others, linx, cerval and

squirrels from The Naturalist Atlas, two engravings and

two lithographs, all with original hand-colouring, 1824-

1842, Arnz, Dusseldorf, 420 x 330mm.(16 ½ x 13 in) or

the reverse, unframed, (4). £150 - £200

370 Attributed to George Cruikshank, an o r i g i n a l

c a r i c aT u r e of a huge steaming kettle on wheels

surrounded by a crowd outside an inn, pen and ink

over pencil, early 19th century, indistinclty inscribed in

pencil, 100 x 160mm. (4 x 6 ¼ in) § E. Rupenhausen,

after William Hogarth, 2 bound sets of 6 reduced plates

each, including the Times of the Day and A Harlot’s

Progress, copper engravings, Germany, late 18th

century, each c.230 x 290mm. (9 x 11 ½ in), or the

reverse, some smaller, with tissue guards, in original

marbled paper, slightly rubbed, with printed labels to

upper covers, in original wrapper; with an engraved

caricature, The Dull Husband, by Thomas Rowlandson,

an engraved portrait, and an invitation to M. Delepierre

from The Royal Corporation of the Literary Fund to a

formal dinner in 1850 (6) £100 - £150

371 No Lot

372 Caricatures.- a S m a l l g r o u p by Ghezzi, Laroon,

Bunbury and others, etchings, engravings and lithographs

with a few drawings and watercolours, c.1740s-1840s,

various sizes, unframed, (c.35) £150 - £200

373 Louis Francois Cassas. a g r o u p o f mi d d l e

ea S T e r n v i e wS , including Colonne Dite de Pompée à

Alexandrie, all from Cassas’ Voyage Pittoresque de la

Syrie, de la Phoenicie, de la Palestine, et de la Basse

Egypte, engravings, c.1800, Paris, Imprimerie de la

République, each c.620 x 400mm.(24 ½ x15 ¾ in) or

the reverse, unframed (6) £200 - £300

374 J. Chapman Th e li o n e S S a n d wh e l p S, engraving

with hand-colouring, 1804, J. Wilkes, 190 x 240mm.

(7 ½ x 9 ½ in); with two 19th century lithographs of a

zebra and a leopard by J. Honneger, printed in colours

160 x 270mm. (6 ¼ x 10 ¾ in); with 8 others of fish and

coral by J. Pass, 1802-06, Wilkes, each 185 x 240mm.

(7 ¼ x 9 ½ in), or the reverse, all unframed (11)

£100 - £150

375 Chinese School.- de S i g n f o r a fa n, watercolour

and ink on japan paper, heightened with gold and silver,

19th century, 250 x 550mm. (10 x 21 ½ in) § with two

other Chinese botancial paintings, one on silk; and a

section of European printed wallpaper (4) £75 - £100

376 François Collard ex p o S i T i o n un i v e r S e l l e 1878

5 general views of the Paris International Exhibition

and 18 of individual nations’ buildings, albumen

prints, 1878, each c.270 x 345mm.(10 ½ x 13 ½ in),

on original card mounts with printed titles and credits,

[Paris], unframed (23) £100 - £150

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377 Continental School al p i n e v i l l a g e v i e w; al p i n e

va l l e y v i e w, a pair of watercolours, bearing signatures,

each 48 x 32 cm (19 x 12 ½ in) (2). £75 - £100

378 Continental School we i S S h o r n, watercolour, 20th

century, signed lower left, 48cm x 30 cm (19 x 12 in).

£100 - £150

379 Circle of David Cox Sh e e p in a m e a d o w,

watercolour and ink, heightened with body white and

gum-arabic, bears signature of D. Cox, twice, and dated

‘40 at lower left, 48 x 67 cm (19 x 26 ½ in).

£150 - £200

380 Walter Crane on e Tw o , bu c k l e my Sh o e, the set

of 8 colour-printed wood-engravings, each signed in

the plate with the artist’s crane glyph, first issued 1869,

each c.205 x 155mm. (8 x 6 in); with a 19th century

chromolithograph plate of National Coats of Arms (9).

£60 - £80

381 Currier and Ives Th e we S T e r n fa r m e r S ho m e ,

original hand-coloured lithograph, heightened with

gum-arabic, 1871, 235 x 310mm. (9 x 12 in), New

York, unframed. £100 - £150

382 William Daniell 4 Sc o T T i S h c o a S Ta l S c e n e S f r o m

a vo ya g e ro u n d gr e aT briTain, Duff House, Banff;

Angowan, Renfrewshire; Frazerburgh, Aberdeenshire;

The Cathedral of St Magnus, Kirkwall, Orkney,

original hand-coloured aquatints, 1817-22, each c.225

x 300mm. (9 x 12 in), unframed (4). £100 - £150

383 William Daniell 4 Sc o T T i S h c o a S Ta l a n d i S l a n d

v i e wS f r o m a vo ya g e ro u n d gr e aT briTain, John

O’Groats, Caithness; Duncansby Stacks, Caithness;

Near view of one of the Shiant Isles; Clam Shell Cove,

Staffa, Iona in the distance, original hand-coloured

aquatints, 1817-21, each c.225 x 295mm. (9 x 11 ½ in),

unframed (4). £150 - £200

384 David Lucas Th e lo c k, after John Constable R.A.,

mezzotint, c.1830, 590 x 500mm.(23 x 20 in).

£100 - £150

385 Richard Barrett Davis, After STa g hu n T i n g;

fo x hu n T i n g, also Hare Hunting and Kennel Scene, 4

vertical panels for decorative room borders, aquatints,

with original hand-colouring, 1810, C. Random at his

Sporting Gallery, each c.130 x 470mm. (5 x18 ½ in), 2

unframed (4) £200 - £300

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386 Gustave Doré Th e va l l e y o f Te a r S, engraving by

John Saddler, signed in pencil by the engraver, lower

right, artist’s engraved signature lower left, 1890,

Fairless & Beeforth, 650 x 890mm. (25 ½ x 35 in);

with another of Crusaders defending the cross from

Saladin’s army, by C.W. Sharpe after Doré, engraving,

signed by the engraver, lower right, artist’s engraved

signature lower left, 1881, Fairless & Beeforth, 635 x

880mm.(25 x 35 in) (2). £100 - £150

387 Thomas Goldsworth Dutton au S T r a l i a n ST e a m

Sh i p “no r f o l k”, 3196 T o n S, 2500 h o r S e-p o w e r , profile

portrait of a steam powered sail ship, original handcoloured

lithograph, 1879, 330 x 465mm.(13 x 18 ½

in), unframed. £100 - £150

388 Godefroy Engelmann vu e d e l a mo S q u é e d’e l

ha r a m priSe h o r S d e S m u r S d e Je r u S a l e m, with 6 other

views, most of Jerusalem, for Forbin’s Voyage dans le

Levant, lithographs, 1819, v.s., 220 x 255mm. (9 x 10

in) to 290 x 420mm.(12 x 17) (7). £180 - £220

389 English School an arT S a n d cr a f T S mo v e m e n T

r o o m i n T e r i o r, watercolour with pen and ink, heightened

with gum-arabic, signed with initials, B.R., lower left,

late 19th/early 20th century, 39 x 53.5 cm (15 ¼ x 21

in). £100 - £150

390 re a l mu S e o bo r b o n i c o, fascicules 19-29, and

30-38 only, from vol. V-X (of 16), with 296 plates,

engravings, in original pictorial wrappers, occasional

foxing, large 8vo, Naples, dalla Stampiere Reale, 1828-

1833; with 31 plates from Des Sculptures en Bronze

du Museé de Naples, and other engravings, including

ceramics, portraits and landscape views, v.s., (Qty).

£100 - £150

391 Walter Hood Fitch lilium ne i l g h e r r i e n S e, from

A Monograph On The Genus Lilium by H. J. Elwes,

original hand-coloured lithograph, 1880, 485 x 350mm.

(19 x 13 ½ in), unframed. £100 - £150

392 Walter Hood Fitch lilium lo n g i f l o r u m, va r .

eximimium, from A Monograph On The Genus Lilium

by H. J. Elwes, original hand-coloured lithograph,

1880, 485 x 350mm.(19 x 13 ½ in), unframed.

£100 - £150

393 Walter Hood Fitch lilium ph i l i p i n e n S e, from

A Monograph On The Genus Lilium by H. J. Elwes,

original hand-coloured lithograph,1880, 500 x 360mm

(19 ½ x 14in), unframed. £100 - £150


394 Follower of Myles Birket Foster Th r e e S i S T e r S

in a l a n d S c a p e, watercolour and body white, bears

‘BF’ monogram lower right, old manuscript label

bearing attribution to Birket Foster, and dated 1887, on

backboard, 22 x 33 cm. (8 ¾ x 13 in). £150 - £200

395 After Friedrich Heinrich Füger. ph i d i a S; ac h i l l e,

2 mezzotints printed in colours, by Johann Peter Pichler

and Vincenz Georg Kininger, respectively, 1803-

05, Vienna, each c.690 x 500mm, (27 ¼ x 19 ½ in),

unframed (2) £200 - £300

396 Manner of Hans Heysen eu c a ly p T u S Tr e e S,

watercolour, with two others by different hands,

and a large chalk drawing by John Furse, v.s. (4).

£100 - £150

397 J. Gadsby al p i n e l a n d S c a p e, watercolour, late

19th century, signed lower right, 34 x 50 cm (13 ¼ x

19 ¾ in); together with an alpine landscape by Carleton

Grant (2). £100 - £150

398 François Girard al i c e & co r a, a dramatic scene

from The Last of the Mohicans, after Vanden Berghe,

mixed-method engraving, mid 19th century, Paris, A.

Bès & F. Dubreuil, 520 x 655mm. (20 ½ x 25 ¾ in),

unframed. £100 - £150

399 After. Guérard 3 p l aT e S f r o m la vie a u Se r a i l,

harem scenes, 3 lithographs, 1853-1859, Goupil & Co.,

each c.400 x 320mm, (15 ¾, 12 ½ in), or reverse; with

Danse Turque, lithograph, 665 x 470mm (26 ¼ x18 ½

in) all unframed (4) £200 - £300

400 E. Hildebrandt Sa n fr a n c i S c o bay ,

chromlithograph, c.1865, 240 x 370mm., (9 x 15),

trimmed to the image and mounted on card support as

issued, title label on verso, unframed. £60 - £80

401 Edgar Thomas Holding (1870-1952) ev e n i n g

o n T h e ply m o u T h ro a d, watercolour with pen and ink,

signed at lower right, 28.5 x 32 cm (11 ¼ x 12 ½ in).

£100 - £150

402 H.L. Horne (fl. late 19th century) 3 a l b u m S o f

S T u d i e S, various landscapes and figure studies, many

twilight scenes, some in the style of the Ancients, some

designs for decorative ornament, many monogrammed,

most captioned and dated, 1883-86, on album leaves,

plain paper covers, one titled, 4to (3). £150 - £200

Lot395

403 Jacob Houbraken a g r o u p o f 5 p o rT r a i T S from

The Heads of Illustrious Persons, by Thomas Birch,

including Queen Mary, William III, Alexander Pope,

John Milton, and Isaac Newton, engravings, c.1750,

each c.360 x 220mm. (14 ¼ x 8 ¾ in) (5).

£100 - £150

404 Follower of Arthur Hughes liTTle red ri d i n g

ho o d, watercolour and gouache, bears a monogram

lower left, 44 x 32 cm. (17 ¼ x 12 ½ in). £150 - £200

405 Charles Hunt Th e expreSS ex T r a o r d i n a ry, 5

plates only (of 6), lacking plate 6, aquatints with handcolouring,

n.d., c.1860, each c.340 x 445mm. (13 ¼ x

17 ½ in), unframed (5) £100 - £150

406 Italian School mi d d l e ea S T e r n we d d i n g

pr o c e S S i o n, pen and ink with watercolour, c.1850, 19

x 24.5 cm.(7 ½ x 9 ½ in), neatly inscribed, Processione

del Matrimonio, la Sposa, with an English translation,

Wedding Procession, the Bride, inscribed in another

hand below; with two engravings, 19th century, and a

pencil drawing of Middle Eastern figures, 20th century

(4). £75 - £100

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407 Jean Pierre Marie Jazet pê c h e d’u n fléTan, after

Garneray, hand-coloured mixed-method engraving, 1859 or

later, Goupil & Co., 66 x 85.5 cm.(26 x 33æ in). £60 - £80

408 William Jeans a pa i r o f p o rT r a i T S o f p r e a c h e r S,

original hand-coloured mezzotints, both signed in pencil

lower right, 1922, The Museum Galleries, publisher’s

blindstamp lower left, each c.255 x 210mm. (10 x 8

¼ in); with an original hand-coloured aquatint of the

locomotive on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway in

1825 (3). £40 - £60

409 Cherelle Léger ST i l l l i f e o f g a m e b i r d S a n d

a n i m a l S, l i T h o g r a p h S, lithograph printed in colours,

c.1860, Imp. Lemercier, Paris, 560 x 430mm. (22 x 17

in). £100 - £150

410 Lewis (L. fl. c.1890-1910) caT T l e o n T h e r i v e r b a n k

a pair of watercolours on board, signed lower left, each

280 x 425mm. (11 x 17 in), unframed (2). £75 - £100

411 Jean Jules Linden Selenipedium; laelia; ha b e n a r i a;

cy p r i p e d i u m, chromolithographs, from Lindenia:

Iconographie des Orchidees, c.1885-1901, each c.365 x

270mm. (14 ¼ x 10 ¾ in) (4). £100 - £150

412 J. H. Loudon Th e la d i e S’ fl o w e r-ga r d e n o f

or n a m e n Ta l an n u a l S, lithographs,1849, with original

hand-colouring, each c.230 x 190mm (9 x 7 ½ in),

unframed (7) £100 - £150

413 John Lucas, After ge o r g e ST e p h e n S o n, full length

portrait, standing on Chat Moss, a steam locomotive

beyond, mixed-method engraving on chine appliqué,

1849, proof before letters but with Stephenson’s

engraved facsimile signature, 810 x 520mm.(32 x 20 ½

in), unframed. £100 - £150

414 Johan Fredrik Martin la mi n e de fe r de

hö g b o r n e n ve S T m a n i e, a view of the interior of an iron

mine, from Svenska Vuer, etching with aquatint, c.1800,

Stockholm, 560 x 370mm.(22 x 14 ½ in), unframed.

£50 - £70

415 Francois Nicolas Martinet oy e à d u v e T, o u

eï d e r m â l e , d u da n n e m a r k, with Perruche de Malac,

L’Orfraie ou L’Ossifrague, the Perroquet verd et rouge,

de Cayenne and Barbu à Collier, de Cayenne and

another, from L’Histoire des Oiseaux, 3 engravings

with original hand-colouring, 1787, Paris, each c.255

x 210mm. (10 x 8 ¼ in); with The Doubtful Hawk, and

the Tufted Goshawk after L.L. Reinold, all unframed

(7) £100 - £150

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416 Antoine Ignace Melling vu e de la gr a n d e

ar c h e de l’aq u e d u c d e ba k T c h é-ki e u ï e T d u va l l o n

d e bu y u k-dé r é, a boating scene on the bosphorus,

and an interior view of the palace of Sultane Hadidge,

sister of Salim III, from Le Voyage Pittoresque de

Constantinople, etchings with engraving by Schroeder

and Née respectively, 1809-19, Paris, each c.480 x

685mm.(19 x27in), each on 2 sheets joined (3)

£150 - £250

417 Simon Charles Miger Simia r h e S u S; Simia ma i m o n,

2 plates after Maréchal, from Lacépède’s La Menagerie

du Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, engravings,

c.1800-01, Paris, each c. 290 x 395mm.(11 ½ x 15 ½),

unframed (2) £100 - £150

418 William Nicholson Th e ro ya l ye o m a n o f T h e

gu a r d, lithograph printed in colour, Paris, 1898, 195 x

200mm. (7 ¾ x 8 in); with 4 others (5). £100 - £150

419 Count Alfred Guillaume Gabriel d’Orsay (1801-

1852) ca r i c aT u r e p o rT r a i T o f co m T e Sa i n T e-au l a i r e,

fr e n c h am b a S S a d o r To en g l a n d, pen and black ink,

with wash, heightened with red chalk, c.1845, inscribed

‘Le Representant de la Belle France’ below, Thomas

Agnew gallery label and exhibition catalogue entry

mounted on backboard, 22.5 x 17.5 cm (8 ¾ x 7 in).

£100 - £150

h.m. wa r ST e a m fr i g aT e Th e Te r r i b l e, after W. Knell,

original hand-coloured aquatint, 1856, Ackermann &

Co., 475 x 630mm (18 ¾ x 24 ¾ in). £100 - £150

421 William Alexander le Petit 3 v i e wS o f lo n d o n,

Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London, The Horse

Guards, engravings, Read & Co., 1851-55, each c.155 x

240mm. (6 ¼ x 9 ½ in), unframed; with another small,

framed, engraving (4). £60 - £80

422 il e de ph i l a e, a panoramic view, with a perspective

view of the temple, from Déscription de l’Egypte, 2

engravings with hand-colouring, 1820-1830, Paris, 425

x 600mm.(16 ½ x 24 in) and 390 x 870mm.(15 ½ x 34

in), unframed (2). £100 - £150

423 Giovanni Battista Piranesi c a rv e d pa n e l S a n d

a n T i q u e va S e S , from Vasi, Candelabri e Cippi, [F.627,

637, 638, 677; W-E.914, 924, 925, 964], engravings,

c.1800, Paris edition, v.s., 520 x 380mm. (20 ½ x 15

in) to 655 x 420mm.(25 ½ x 16 ½ in), unframed (4).

£100 - £150


424 Francesco Piranesi la o c o o n T e; gruppo a n T i c o

d i fi g u r e d.o v o l g a r m.e il To r o fa r n e S e, 2 plates of

Roman statuary, the former in the Vatican, the latter

then recently moved to the Palazzo Reale in Naples,

the former after Bernardino Nocchi, engravings on

Auvergne laid paper, c.1800, Paris, each c.720 x

490mm., unframed (2). £150 - £200

425 Giovanni Battista Piranesi a g r o u p o f va S e S ,

f r i e z e S, m o n u m e n T S a n d a rT e fa c T S, from Vasi,

Candelabri e Cippi, engravings, c.1800, Paris edition,

each c.385 x 255mm.(15 x 9 ½ in), unframed (6).

£200 - £300

426 Giovanni Battista Piranesi va r i o u S f r i e z e S a n d

c a rv e d pa n e l S, from the Villa Albani, Villa Adriana

and elsewhere, 4 plates from Vasi, Candelabri e Cippi,

including 1 by Francesco Piranesi, [F.617, 620, 695;

W-E.904, 907, 981], engravings, c.1800, Paris edition,

from 380 x 525mm. (15 x 20 ½ in) to 500 x 720mm.(20

x 28 ½ in), unframed, (4). £100 - £150

427 A. Poiteau ro u S S e l e T d e re i mS ; bo n ch r é T i e n

d’é T é, 2 plates of pears, with another, Fenouillet Gris, of

apples, for Henri Louis Duhamel Du Monceau’s Traité

des Arbres Fruitiers, stipple-engravings by Bouquet,

printed in colours and finished by hand, 1807-35, Paris,

Imprimerie Langlois, each c.320 x 250mm.(12 ½ x 10

in) (3). £120 - £180

Lot425

428 po p u l a r pi c T u r e Sh e e T S, each with a pair of

caricatured figures, six hand-coloured lithographs,

[Holland or Germany], c.1850, one signed Schlitt,

sheets 395 x 500mm.(15 x 20in.), with between one and

five duplicates of five of the designs, unframed (21)

£150 - £200

429 Riccardi (N. fl.late 19th century) a ma d a m e la

co m T e S S e ho l l e n d e r, a finely dressed dandy dances

with a small dog in costume, the title as musical notes,

upper right, a design for a song sheet, watercolour and

black ink over pencil, 480 x 300mm. (19 x 12 in).

£150 - £200

430 David Roberts aS k e l o n; Ja c o b’S we l l aT

Sh e c h e m, 2 plates from Egypt and The Holy Land,

1842-44, tinted lithographs with hand-colouring, 355 x

485mm. (14 x 19 in) and 395 x 520mm. (15 ½ x 20 ½

in) respectively; with a mixed group of views of Athens,

Vienna, Frankfurt and Guadaloupe, all unframed (6).

£100 - £150

431 Luigi Rossini ve d u Ta d e l l’ar c o d i Ti To, Veduta

dell’Arco di Tito with Colonna dell’Imperatore Foca;

Interno del Pronao del Tempio di Vesta, in Roma. Three

views of Rome, engravings, 1819, Rome, each c.460 x

360mm. (18 x 14 in), unframed (3). £150 - £200

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432 Thomas Rowlandson & A. Pugin. ST ma rT i n’S

in T h e fi e l d S, with Philanthropic Society, The Chapel;

Lambeth Palace; The Roman Catholic Chapel at

Lincoln’s Inn Fields; Magdelen Chapel; Foundling

Hospital Chapel; St Margarets Westminster; and

the Synagogue, Duke’s Place, Houndsditch, from

Ackermann’s Microcosm of London, original handcoloured

aquatints, 1808-09, R. Ackermann, each c.257

x 195mm.(10 x 7 ½ in), unframed, (8). £100 - £150

433 Thomas Rowlandson & A. Pugin. co m m o n

co u n c i l ch a m b e r, gu i l d h a l l, with The Post Office,

The Mint, Session House Clerkenwell, Herald’s

College, Board of Trade, Excise Street and The Watch

House St Mary Le Bone, from Ackermann’s Microcosm

of London, original hand-coloured aquatints, 1808-09,

R. Ackermann, each c.257 x 195mm. (10 x 7 ½ in),

unframed (8) £100 - £150

434 Frans Baltasar Solvyns le S hi n d o u S, o u

de S c r i p T i o n d e l e u r S mo e u r S, co u T u m e S, e T cé r é m o n i e S,

costume and figure studies, from volume 4, including

Bawerdjy, Djemadar, Balber, Koura-Berdar, Soodder,

and others, 7 engravings with original hand-colouring,

1808-12, Paris, chez l’Auteur, each 355 x 240mm. or

the reverse, [Abbey, Travel 430; Colas 2767; Brunet V,

432], unframed, (7). £100 - £150

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Lot438

435 Joseph Constantine Stadler pa l a i S d e Ju S T i c e

aT ro u e n, after Prout, hand-coloured aquatint, 1825,

505 x 610mm. (19 ¾ x 24 in); with a group of French

landscape and town views, mainly 19th century, v.s., all

unframed (20) . £150 - £200

436 C .R. Stock do n o va n, Winner of the Derby Stakes

at Epsom, 1889, value £4050, after S.R. Wombill,

original hand-coloured aquatint, extensively heightened

with gum-arabic, 1889, George Rees, 570 x 700mm.

(22 ½ x 27 ½), unframed. £150 - £200

437 C.R.Stock we Sh a l l do iT ea S i ly, after T. R. H

Walsh, from Dodson’s Coaching Incidents, aquatint with

original hand-colouring, 1881, R. Dodson’s Fine Art

Gallery, 470 x 800mm. (18 ½ x 32 ½ in). £100 - £150

438 Maximilian Strasky (1895- ) be i T S c h o r n, oil on

canvas, signed lower right, 50cm x 60cm (19 ¾ x 23 ½

in). £200 - £300

439 George Stubbs a g r o u p o f 6 a n aT o m i c a l h o r S e

p r i n T S, from The Anatomy of the Horse, etchings,

1766 [but plates watermarked 1815], each sheet c.445

x 565mm. (17 ½ x 22 ¼ in), unframed; with 2 from

the series of the Mothers, after John Frederick Herring,

later impressions (8) £150 - £250


440 Arthur Suker (1857-1902) li m e S T o n e cl i f f, ne a r

To r q u ay, de v o n, watercolour over pencil, heightened

with white, signed, lower left, late 19th century, 28 x 45

cm (11 x 17 ¾ in); with an oil painting of a vase, and

a watercolour of a cottage scene by S. Chadwick, v.s.

(3). £100 - £150

441 Thomas Sutherland Je r ry, Th e wi n n e r o f Th e

gr e aT ST. le g e r, aT do n c a S T e r, 1824, aquatint with

hand-colouring heightened with gum-arabic, early 19th

century, S. & J. Fuller, 320 x 420mm. (12 ½ x 16 ½ in),

unframed. £150 - £200

442 Jean-Pierre Thenot Ja g u a r, lithograph, mid-

19th century, Imp. Formentin & Cie., H. Gache, Paris

and J. Bouvier, London, 290 x 380mm.(11 ½ x 15 in),

unframed. £100 - £150

443 After J.M.W. Turner Th e So u r c e o f T h e arv e r o n

in T h e va l l e y o f ch a m o u n i Sav o y, mezzotint by

Thomas Lupton, 1860, Colnaghi, with a touched proof

and 2 unlettered proofs, 215 x 285mm. (8 ½ x 11 ¼

in); with 7 other mezzotints after Turner, including

Ville de Thune, by Thomas Hodgetts, 1816, and Isis, by

William Say, 1819, for the Liber Studiorum, the others

all unlettered, including a duplicate, all unframed (11).

£150 - £200

444 Charles Turner, hiS ro ya l hi g h n e S S T h e du k e o f

yo r k, full-length portrait after Sir William Beechey,

original hand-coloured mixed-method engraving, 1812,

650 x 430mm.(25 ½ x 17 in); with a full-length portrait

of the Duke of Wellington, engraving by William

Greatback after William Salter, 745 x 540mm.(29 ¼ x

21 ¼ in), both unframed (2). £120 - £180

445 E. Walker bu c k i n g h a m pa l a c e; Th e Tr e a S u ry,

wh i T e h a l l, 2 original hand-coloured lithographs by

Day & Son, 1852, published by Lloyd Bros., each c.300

x 400mm. (11 ¾ x 15 ¾ in); with views of The Strand

and The Custom House, by Thomas Shotter Boys,

hand-coloured lithographs, 1841, each c.425 x 315mm.

(16 ¾ x 12 ½ in), all unframed (4).

£100 - £150

446 William Ward Se l i m, portrait of the racing stallion,

after H.B. Chalon, [Snelgrove Chalon 10; Siltzer p.93],

mezzotint, 1809, C. Random, 445 x 545mm. (17 ½ x 21

½ in), unframed. £100 - £150

447 J.W. Weinmann ca c a o m i n o r, with 3 others of

plants used as food or medicine, Canella Laurifolia,

China de China seu Kinkina and Canna Indica flore

luteo, from Phytanthoza Iconographia, [Regensburg],

1734-1745, engravings with mezzotint, printed in

colour and finished by hand, each c.325 x 210mm. (12

¼ x 8 ¼ in), unframed (4) £150 - £200

448 Circle of Charles Wellington Furlong a S n o w y

r i v e r S c e n e, a snowy river scene, oil on board, bears

signature lower left, 44cm x 58 cm (17 ¼ x 23 ½ in).

£200 - £300

449 WhittleJames and Richard Holmes Laurie

Th e hi g h g aT e ar c h way f r o m T h e Tu r n p i k e gaT e aT

ho l l o way, hand-coloured engraving, 1813, 295 x

440mm.(11 ½ x 17 ½ in), unframed. £50 - £70

450 F Wolf fo u r v i e wS in a c o n T i n e n Ta l p l e a S u r e

g a r d e n, lithographs, with original hand-colouring, each

c.20 x 27 cm (8 x 10æ in) (4). £50 - £70

451 a g r o u p o f 14 o r i g i n a l b o Ta n i c a l S T u d i e S, by

different hands, 4 signed C.N., and dated 1875,

watercolours, chalk and pencil on paper, 19th and 20th

century, v.s., largest 63.5 x 48cm (25 x 19 in), unframed

(14) £200 - £300

452 a g r o u p o f eu r o p e a n l a n d S c a p e v i e wS a n d c o S T u m e

S T u d i e S, by or after Blome, Bury, Needham, and others,

with 2 Russian costume studies, engravings, lithographs,

mainly 19th century, v.s., largest 330 x 225mm. (13 x 8

¾ in), unframed, (c.130). £100 - £150

453 a g r o u p o f fr e n c h l a n d S c a p e v i e wS , many of

Bordeaux, Chartreuse and St. Denis, by or after Née,

Génillion, Motte, and others, engravings, lithographs,

18th and 19th century, v.s., largest 245 x 370mm. (9 ¾

x 14 ½ in), unframed (25). £100 - £150

454 a g r o u p o f gr e e k a n d Tu r k i S h l a n d S c a p e S,

including views of Constantinople, by or after Powell,

Hilair, and others, engravings, lithographs, mainly 19th

century, v.s., largest 420 x 310mm. (16 ½ x 12 ¼ in),

unframed (65) £200 - £300

455 a g r o u p o f Sw iS S a n d o T h e r c e n T r a l eu r o p e a n

v i e wS , including Casino in Bern, by Haller after König,

lithograph, early 19th century, Bern, 315 x 410mm

(12 ½ x 16 in); with other views on the Rhine and

Moselle, and 3 architectural views by Salomon Kleiner,

engravings and lithographs, 18th and 19th century, v.s.,

all unframed (7). £100 - £150

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456 a l a r g e m i x e d g r o u p o f a n i m a l p r i n T S, including

a hand-coloured Planer’s lamprey after Kruger,

many small mammals, and some from Schinz’s

‘Naturgeschichte’, engravings, lithographs, v.s., 19th

century (c.230). £150 - £250

457 a l a r g e m i x e d g r o u p o f eu r o p e a n a n d wo r l d

v i e wS , many towns and cities in Germany, France,

Switzerland, West Indies, and elsewhere, engravings,

lithographs, mainly late 19th century, v.s., unframed

(Qty). £120 - £180

458 a l a r g e m i x e d g r o u p o f m i S c e l l a n e o u S p r i n T S,

including many of fortifications, engineering, and

natural history, engravings, lithographs, mainly 19th

century, v.s., all unframed (Qty.). £200 - £300

459 a l a r g e q u a n T i T y o f m i S c e l l a n e o u S p r i n T S, British

architecture and topography, foreign travel, mostly

Europe and the Middle East, portraits, romantic and

religious scenes, a few natural history, children’s and

other decorative subjects, engravings, lithographs,

wood-engravings, a few photographs, almost all 19th

century, v.s., various conditions, all unframed (Qty).

£100 - £150

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460 Miscellany.- a l a r g e, va r i e d g r o u p o f p r i n T S,

including British and Foreign views, costumes,

portraits, Epinal picture sheets and much else, 18th and

19th centuries, v.s., (Qty.) £200 - £300

461 a m i x e d g r o u p o f 19T h c e n T u ry e n g r av i n g S,

including several wood-engravings by the Brothers

Dalziell, mostly after Millais but including 1 india

paper proof after another hand, other etchings and

engravings by or after Townsend, Redgrave, Cope,

Hayter, Savage and others, with 2 earlier portraits of

Racine and Corneille, and 3 others, all unframed (26).

£100 - £150

462 a m i x e d g r o u p o f b o Ta n i c a l p r i n T S, by or after

Baptiste, Poiteau, Champin, and others, some later

impressions, engravings, lithographs, some with handcolouring,

mainly 19th century, v.s., largest 630 x

485mm. (24 ¾ x 19 in), unframed (c.70) £200 - £300

463 a m i x e d g r o u p o f eu r o p e a n l a n d S c a p e v i e wS ,

several of Italy, including the interior of the Pantheon

by Rossini, also of Vienna, a Russian military view,

and others, engravings, 18th and 19th century, v.s.,

largest 510 x 580mm. (20 x 22 ¾ in), unframed (20).

£100 - £150


464 a m i x e d g r o u p o f l a n d S c a p e v i e wS , including

alpine views in France and Switzerland, and others,

engravings, lithographs, mainly 19th century, v.s.,

unframed (Qty). £100 - £150

465 a m i x e d g r o u p o f mi d d l e ea S T e r n a n d eu r o p e a n

v i e wS , including a folding panorama of Jerusalem,

unsigned, other views of the Holy Land and the Levant,

also Italy, France, Spain and elsewhere, engravings,

lithographs and wood-engravings, 18th and 19th

century, a few coloured, v.s. (55) £100 - £150

466 a m i x e d g r o u p o f p r i n T S a n d d r aw i n g S, including

3 Alken hunting prints, a small Rowlandson etching,

another after van Ostade, landscapes and other subjects,

engravings, lithographs, watercolours and pencil

drawings, mainly 19th century, v.s., unframed, (Qty).

£150 - £250

467 a S m a l l c o l l e c T i o n o f d r aw i n g S a n d waT e r c o l o u r S,

including a Rouen street scene in the style of Prout,

two Italian costume studies, a series of Roman views

in monochrome watercolour over etched outline and a

varied group of landscape and architectural subjects,

majority early 19th century, v.s., unframed (c.30)

£150 - £250

468 a S m a l l m i x e d g r o u p o f b i r d p r i n T S, including a

Barraband print from Description de l’Egypte, a large

lithograph of falcons after Wolf, and others, engravings,

lithographs, some hand-coloured, 19th century, v.s.,

largest 680 x 490mm. (26 ¾ x 19 ¼ in), unframed (17)

£150 - £250

469 a S m a l l m i x e d g r o u p o f v i e wS in a n d a r o u n d

lo n d o n, with Vue Du Palais Du Prince De Galles

Regent, after Courvoisier, South East View of Windsor

Castle, after Robertson, interior views, and 2 fencing

engravings, one by Thibault from Académie de l’Espée,

the other after J. Gwyn, 18th and 19th century, v.s.,

largest 480 x 685mm. (19 x 27 in), unframed (9)

£100 - £150

470 a S m a l l , m i x e d, g r o u p o f d r aw i n g S a n d

waT e r c o l o u r S, including a Venetian scene in the manner

of Prout, a young girl in the manner of Tenniel, a small

illuminated manuscript leaf on vellum, and others, 19th

and early 20th century, v.s., all unframed (8).

£100 - £150

471 a S m a l l , m i x e d, g r o u p o f l aT e vi c T o r i a n a n d

ed wa r d i a n p r i n T S, chromolithographs, including a

family of cats, and a Nelson commemorative scene,

1904, both for Pears Soap, a hunting scene after Herring

for an 1898 calendar, and others similar, v.s.; also 2

large watercolours each of a mother and child, signed

Ernest F. Baker, 1921, each c.51 x 41 cm. (20 x 16 in)

(11). £80 - £120

472 Pacific Islands and Australia.- a va r i e d

c o l l e c T i o n o f v i e wS a n d f i g u r e S u b J e c T S, the majority

from Middleton’s, Bankes’, Baldwyn’s geographies

and similar series, including Tonga, Tahiti, Hawaii,

Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania, with a group

of lithographs after De Sainson from a German edition

of the voyage of the Astrolabe and c.50 steel-engraved

views of Australia and Tasmania, c.1785-1850, v.s.,

some duplicates, unframed (Qty.) £200 - £300

473 a va r i e d g r o u p o f d e c o r aT i v e, g e n r e a n d p o rT r a i T

p r i n T S, including two portraits of Scottish highlanders

after McLeay, a series of eight on deer-stalking and a

few of ballerinas, some hand-coloured, 1820s-60s, v.s.,

unframed (c.30) £200 - £300

474 al e x a n d e r i, a full-length portrait, 2 equestrian

portriats, and 2 scenes, with a portrait of Count Platoff,

engravings and lithographs, with hand-colouring, 19th

century, v.s.(6). £75 - £100

475 bay o f na p l e S; ro m a n r u i n S n e a r mT. ve S u v i u S, 2

pencil drawings, late 19th century, each c.17 x 23.5cm

(6 ¾ x 9 ¼ in), unframed; with a hand-coloured aquatint

view of Posillipo, and 2 other continental views,

unframed (5) £80 - £120

476 he aT h’S co u rT be a u T i e S, 10 of the rare set of

12 playing card caricatures, original hand-coloured

lithographs, c.1840, W. Spooner, each c.265 x 210mm.

(10 ½ x 8 ¼ in); with a small, mixed, group of un related

watercolours, prints and early photographs (19).

£100 - £150

477 - le S py r a m i d e S de me m p h iS , vu e de l’en T r é e de

la gr a n d e py r a m i d e pr i S e au So l e i l le va n T, along

with ith 3 others bas-reliefs, profiles, sections and plans

from Karnak, Thebes, from Le Déscription de l’Egypte,

4 engravings with hand-colouring, 1820-1830, with

publisher’s blindstamp, Paris, from 425 x 600mm. (16

½ x 24 in) to 420 x 92mm. (16 ½ x 36 in), unframed

(4) £150 - £200

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478 Miscellany.- a va r i e d c o l l e c T i o n, including natural

history subjects, British and foreign views, portraits,

genre scenes, caricatures, street cries and much else,

drawings, engravings and lithographs, many handcoloured,

c.1790-1850, some removed from albums,

various sizes, unframed (Qty.) £150 - £200

479 Natural History.- a va r i e d c o l l e c T i o n, including

birds, snakes and marine life by Shaw & Nodder, fish

by Jardine, six snakes after Seba from the Encyclopedia

Londinensis, a group of 13 from the series Graphic

Illustrations of Animals and six Chinese watercolours

of birds, the great majority engravings in original handcolouring,

c.1760-1840, v.s., unframed (Qty.)

£150 - £200

480 Th e pe T e r S b u r g po l k a, decorative sheet music,

depicting horses and sleigh, with a plate from Il

Costume Antico e Moderno, showing Russian skaters,

and 6 other plates, two with multiple views, engravings

and lithographs, 19th century, v.s. (8). £100 - £150

481 vi e w o f To p h a n a o r T h e mi l i Ta ry ar S e n a l aT

co n S Ta n T i n o p l e, original hand-coloured aquatint,

c.1815, 265 x 395mm.(10 x 15 ½ in) £100 - £150

482 Jules César Savigny 3 b i r d p l aT e S f r o m le

de S c r i p T i o n d e l’eg y p T e, each depicting several

birds, including some after Redouté and Barraband,

engravings by Louis Bouquet, c.1820, each c.585 x

425mm. (23 x 16 ¾ in) (3). £100 - £150

483 Robert Andriulli (b.1948) do g hi l l, pe n n S y lva n i a,

oil on board, 1948, 23.5 x 23 cm (9 ¼ x 9 in).

£150 - £200

484 a S m a l l g r o u p o f e a r ly 20T h c e n T u ry e T c h i n g S,

with 1 signed G. Aikman, another J. Megard, and

others, including a sample folio sheet from the

Kelmscott Chaucer facsimile printed by the Basilisk

Press, etchings, v.s., largest 290 x 200mm. (11 ¼ x 8

in), unframed (8). £100 - £150

485 δ Arcangelo Te r r a mia, two copies of the album

comprising offset lithographs after drawings, the edition

was 500, these copies numbered 86 and 87, printed at

Studio Guenzani, Milan, overall size 327 x 476 mm (12

7 ̸8 x 18 ¾ in). £150 - £200

486 Robert Sargent Austin (1895-1973) 3 l i f e S T u d i e S,

3 life studies, pencil, on wove paper, RSA estate stamp,

verso, v.s., largest sheet 49 x 62 cm (19 ¼ x 24 ½ in)

(3). £100 - £150

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487 Walter Bartsch (1906-1968) la n d S c a p e w iT h l a k e

a n d m o u n Ta i n S, watercolour, signed and dated, 1928,

lower right, inscribed To Susan Cox, also lower left, 26

x 35 cm. (10 ¼ x 13 ¾ in). £100 - £150

488 Franz von Bayros a g r o u p o f e r o T i c p l aT e S, from

2 series, heliogravures, signed in the plate as either von

Bayros, or most as Choisy le Conin, c.1912, five each

c.210 x 205mm. (8º x 8 in), 2 hand-coloured, the others

smaller and mounted on card supports; with 4 others by

a different hand, all unframed (27). £100 - £150

489 Albert Besnard ro b e rT be S n a r d, the artist’s son,

etching, signed in pencil, lower right, dated 1891 with

artist’s monogram in plate, 230 x 120mm. (9 x 4 ¾ in);

with 4 other portraits, etchings, v.s., all unframed (5).

£150 - £200

490 Albert Besnard ho r S e S, 3 etchings, smallest with

artist’s monogram, upper left, other 2 signed in pencil,

lower right, late 19th eary 20th century, 135 x 210mm.

to 240 x 180mm. (5 ¼ x 8 ¼ in to 9 ½ x 7 in) (3).

£150 - £200

491 Albert Besnard ap o T h e o S i S; Th e ra p e, 2 etchings,

both signed in pencil, lower right, c.1886, each c. 320

x 245mm; with 3 others, etchings, all signed in pencil,

lower right, v.s., from 110 x 140mm. to 135 x 110mm.

(4 ¼ x 5 ½ in to 5 ¼ x 4 ¼), all unframed (5).

£200 - £300

492 δ Ian Bowles ba r n ow l aT d u S k, watercolour and

body white on grey paper, 20th century, signed at lower

right, 45.5 x 67 cm (18 x 26 ¼ in). £150 - £250

493 Percy Venner Bradshaw (1878-1965) a S n o o k e r

p l ay e r aT r e S T, pen and black ink, with grey and brown

washes, signed lower right, 19.5 x 13.5cm (7 ¾ x 5 ¼

in); with a group of 4 small posters by Hartmann, Beier,

and others, for Arabella, by Strauss, Der Protagonist, by

Weill, c.1983, with a mining lithograph, 1963, a print of

W. Harvey, and 2 others, all but one unframed (9).

£80 - £120

494 Sir Frank Brangywn Th e Sh i p b u i l d i n g ya r d,

etching, 1904, signed in pencil, lower right, 455 x

605mm (17 ¾ x 23 ¾ in), unframed. £150 - £250

495 John Brunsdon SuSSex do w n S, etching with

aquatint, printed in colours, signed lower right,

numbered 135/150, titled lower left, 285 x 305mm. (11

¼ x 12 in). £60 - £80


496 Mel Calman no Sc e n e; Th e re l aT i o n S h i p, 2

philosophical caricature etchings, the former signed

and dated, ‘69, in pencil lower right, 220 x 165mm. (8

¾ x 6 ½ in); the latter an unsigned artist’s proof, 250 x

155mm. (9 ¾ x 6 in) (2). £100 - £150

497 Louis Clanet fe m m e ap p u y é e, colour-printed

aquatint, c.1900, signed in pencil in lower right margin,

440 x 315mm. (17 x 12 in), unframed. £50 - £70

498 Yan B. Dil le mi r a c l e d u fil, 3 pochoir-coloured

costume plates, only, of 16, with accompanying poetic

text leaves, title and limitation sheet, numbered 2 from

an edition of 350, in original printed portfolio, with ties,

folio, each plate 315 x 200mm. (12 ½ x 8 in) (3).

£100 - £150

499 Michael Fairclough co a S Ta l S c e n e, aquatint

printed in colours, signed in pencil lower right,

numbered 116/200 lower left, 200 x 300mm. (8 x 11 ¾

in). £80 - £120

500 Sir William Russell Flint. an aw k wa r d

en c o u n T e r, selected proof outside an edition of 760,

colour-printed offset lithograph, signed in pencil lower

right, initialled by the artist and inscribed IV Selected

Proof, lower left, 1956, W.J. Stacey, with Fine Art Trade

Guild blindstamp, 445 x 605mm.(17 ½ x 24 in).

£100 - £150

Lot503

501 Gabriella di Giardinelli i cava l l i in n a m o r aT i,

the set of 7 lithographs, printed in colours, each signed

lower right, and numbered 28 from an edition of 80

by Mediterranea Stamperia d’Arte, titled tissue guards

interleaved, with prefatory text leaf and limitation,

preserved in publisher’s printed card portfolio, sheet

size 700 x 500mm. (27 ½ x 19 ½ in). £80 - £120

502 Dimitri Gnidko (b.1958) Te m p l e aT Th e b e S, oil on

canvas, artist’s name and title inscribed in cyrillic on

the verso, 40.5 x 55 cm (16 x 21 ½ in). £100 - £150

503 George Roland Hackett ir i S h in d e p e n d e n c e,

Their Irish Master, colour lithograph poster, National

Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations,

[1910], 760 x 1000mm. (30 x 39in.), unframed.

£150 - £250

*** John Redmond, head of the Irish Parliamentary

Party, leads submissive Tory government ministers

Asquith, Lloyd George and Churchill towards

“disruption”. This is a larger version than that usually

found, probably intended for billboard display.

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504 Herbert Johnson Harvey ol d la d y w iT h b l a c k

c aT , etching, c.1928, signed in pencil, lower right, 160

x 135mm. (6 ¼ x 5 ¼ in); with 3 other prints by various

hands, and 2 pencil drawings, one by D.M. Johnson,

v.s., largest 28.5 x 40cm (11 ¼ x 15 ¾ in), all unframed

(6). £100 - £150

505 Helen Haywood ro S e S, watercolour and

bodycolour on artboard, signed lower left, 40 x 25 cm

(15 ¾ x 10 in) unframed. £60 - £80

506 After David Hockney 3 ho c k n e y p o S T e r S, 2

exhibition posters, Tate Gallery, and Galerie Kammer,

Hamburg, and for the Nineteenth New York Film

Festival, colour-printed offset lithographs, .v.s, 760 x

500mm. (30 x 19 ¾ in) to 965 x 680mm. (38 x 26 ¾ in)

(3). £40 - £60

507 δ Sarah Holliday R.W.S. (b.1960) be n e aT h T h e

ra i l w a y, watercolour over pencil, signed in pencil

lower right, 42.5 x 34.5 cm (16 ¾ x 13 ½ in) § John

Brokenshire (b.1958) wi l l o wiSp vi, oil on paper,

19.5 x 26.5 cm (7 ¾ x 10 ½ in) (2). £100 - £150

*** Provenance: the Sarah Holliday with the New

Academy Gallery.

508 Lucien Jacques (1891-1961) pr a d i n e S, landscape

in south west France, watercolour and ink wash, signed,

titled and dated, ‘36, in ink lower left, 27.5 x 37 cm. (10

¾ x 14 ½ in). £100 - £150

509 Augustus Edwin John Se l f p o rT r a i T, lithograph,

signed in the stone, centre right, c.1950, from an

unnumbered edition, 325 x 240mm. (12 ¾ x 9 ½ in).

£100 - £150

510 Janet Johnstone and Anne Graham. o r i g i n a l

i l l u S T r aT i o n o f c h i l d r e n f e e d i n g a pig, gouache on

artboard, blank washed panel below 310 x 280cm. (12 ¼

x 11 in), unframed; with a small, mixed, group of other

original artwork by various hands, including 2 designs

for shoes attributed to Sidney Levene, c.1920, a black

mother and child on washday, an early 19th century

scene of 2 children, initialled G.C., and a roundel of a

galleon, signed Doreen Baxter, all unframed (6)

£100 - £150

511 Julius Komjati ma n in a f u r h aT b y a w i n d o w,

r e a d i n g a l o u d To a SeaTed w o m a n, etching with drypoint

and plate tone, signed in pencil lower right, numbered

7/75 lower left, signed and dated 1930, in the plate upper

right, 285 x 405mm.(11 x 16 in). £50 - £100

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512 Michel Liebeaux a g r o u p o f 11 m e n S fa S h i o n

p r i n T S, lithographs printed in colour, c.1902, each sheet

c.540 x 375mm. (21 ¼ x 14 ¾ in), unframed; with 5

French fashion prints, c.1950 (16) £200 - £300

513 Derek Mynott R.B.A., N.E.A.C. (1926-1994) a

pa r k in lo n d o n, du S k, pastel, signed with initial lower

right, 13.5 x 19 cm (5 ¼ x 7 ½ in). £100 - £200

*** Provenance: with the New Academy Gallery.

514 Maurice Neumont le co r n e T à u n be a u po è T e

fr a n ç a i S à ra o u l po n c h o n, proof lithograph, 1921,

signature and date, 1921, in the stone lower right, 400 x

300mm.(16 x 12 in), unframed. £75 - £100

515 δ Julian Opie fiSh, woodcut printed in colours on

wallpaper, 2007, from an unknown limited edition, the

full roll, 10005 x 520mm (39 ½ x 20 ½ in).

£100 - £150


516 Georges Redon a c o m i c e a r ly m o T o r i n g S c e n e,

lithograph printed in colours, initialled in pencil and

numbered, 89/100, lower right, 1904, Paris, Sagot,

450 x 620mm. (17 ¾ x 24 ½ in); with 2 similar comic

motoring scenes, published by l’Estampe Sportive

Artistique, La Sortie de l’Église, depicting a motorcar

splashing a wedding party, and “Scorching”, children

with a homemade car, coloured lithographs, one signed,

c.1905, 330 x 495mm. (13 x 19 ½ in) and 450 x 590mm.

(17 ¾ x 23 ¼ in), respectively, all unframed (3).

£100 - £150

517 Carmen Salazar bi r d li v e S - bi r d le av e S, Virgin

del Santo Tequendama; Untitled, multimeadia collages

in perspex box, 1982, each signed and dated in black

pen verso,v.s. £100 - £150

518 Josef Seche or g y S c e n e, etching with drypoint,

signed in pencil and in the plate lower right, early 20th

century, numbered 21 of 50 lower left, 315 x 425mm.

(12 ¾ x 16 ¾ in). £100 - £150

519 Yong Mun Sen Sa i l i n g Sh i p, watercolour on paper,

signed and dated 1950, lower left, 37 x 55 cm (14 ½ x

21 ½ in). £150 - £250

520 δ Richard Sorrell R.W.S., R.B.A., N.E.A.C.

(b.1948) ac r o S S T h e fi e l d S, oil on board, signed lower

right, 21 x 27 cm (8 ¼ x 10 ½ in). £100 - £150

*** Provenance: with the New Academy Gallery.

521 Raphael Soyer (1899-1987) re c l i n i n g n u d e, pen

and ink with wash, signed lower right, 20.5 x 26.5 cm

(8 x 10 ½ in). £50 - £70

522 E. H. Stevenson (20th century) maT T e r h o r n,

watercolour, signed lower left, 45cm x 36 cm ( 17 ¾ x

14 in). £100 - £150

523 δ Mark Stuart or i g i n a l a rT w o r k To i l l u S T r aT e

S o l d i e r S T h r o u g h T h e a g e S, a series of 12, from knights

in armour to British troops with automatic weapons in

WW2, including cowboys and indians, French Foreign

Legionaires, American Civil War soldiers, Arabian

warriors and various 19th century European troops,

gouaches, later 20th century, each c.16 x 13.5 cm (6º x

5º in) (12). £100 - £150

524 Urushibara crayfiSh, woodblock print, early 20th

century, 245 x 305mm. (9 ¾ x 12 in); with a circular

Chinese watercolour on silk of an insect on a flower,

25.5cm (10 in) diameter, and a 19th century European

colour woodblock print (3). £100 - £150

525 John Stanton Ward RA (1917-2007) a SkeTch o f

do n k e y, watercolour over charcoal, signed and dated ‘76

at lower right, 16 x 23 cm (6 ¼ x 9 in). £100 - £150

526 Herbert Gordon Warlow we S T m i n S T e r ha l l f r o m

T h e S o u T h, aquatint printed in colours, signed in pencil,

lower right, early 20th century, 255 x 200mm. (10 x 8

in) § Louis Conrad Rosenberg be a u n e, i n T e r i o r o f T h e

c aT h e d r a l o f no T r e da m e , etching, signed in pencil,

lower right, early 20th century, London exhibition label

of F.R. Meatyard of Museum St. pasted on backboard,

230 x 120mm.(9 x 5 in) (2). £60 - £80

527 Arthur George Watts, ARBA Th e fi r S T day aT

Sc h o o l, original illustration of a governess and 3 girls in

a domestic school room, pen and ink, with monochrome

wash, on artboard, signed and dated, lower right, 1935,

signed and titled in ink, and with agent’s inkstamp, on

verso, 280 x 425cm. (11 x 17 in), unframed. £100 - £150

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528 δ Marjan Wouda (b.1960) bu i T e n in d e bi e z e n

(ou T S i d e in T h e ru S h e S), a set of 4 relief wall panels,

stoneware and pigment, each mounted on a wood

panel, signed with initials, three each c.35.5 x 88 cm

(14 x 34 ½ in), one panel 54.5 x 84 cm (21 ½ x 33 in).

£200 - £300

*** Provenance: with the Curwen Gallery.

529 John Wright (20th century) Th e wh i T e mi l l,

watercolour over pencil, signed lower right, artist’s

title label on backboard, 23 x 28 cm. (9 x 11 in); with a

signed drypoint etching of Venice, also by Wright (2).

£100 - £150

530 A.G. Wright (fl. early 20th century) caT T l e o n a

r i v e r b a n k, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 35.5 x 25.5

cm. (14 x 10 in). £80 - £120

531 Emil Karl Zoir hi l d e g a r d, fl o r e n c e, etching

with drypoint and wash, signed in pencil, lower right,

titled and dated 1903 in the plate, inscribed and dated,

Paris Salon 1903, lower left, 200 x 150mm. (8 x 6 in);

Pescatore, etching with drypoint and wash, signed in

pencil lower right, signed and dated, 1902, in the plate,

titled lower left, 220 x 105mm. (8 ¾ x 4 ¼ in); with an

unsigned duplicate of Hildegard, and a small, mixed,

group of mostly early 20th century prints, including

Aboukir, by Leslie Greener, and Winter at Finistère, by

Rhona Haszard, and a 19th century portrait photograph

from the Cameron Studio, all unframed (9).

£150 - £200

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532 Various Artists a c o l l e c T i o n, 3 watercolours on

paper and one oil on canvas, various sizes (4).

£60 - £80

533 a g r o u p o f o r i g i n a l b u T T e r f ly S T u d i e S, with c.65

different species, laid down onto 32 card sheets, all

with printed titles, watercolour, early 20th century,

each sheet c.17 x 24cm (6 ¾ x 9 ½ in), unframed; with

Edmund Sandars ‘A Butterfly Book for the pocket’,

8vo, 1939 (33). £150 - £250

534 a g r o u p o f 4 p r i n T S a f T e r re m b r a n d T, collotypes,

hinged onto supports, these with printed titles in French

alongside references, early 20th century, v.s., largest

530 x 440mm. (20 ¾ x 17 ¼ in), unframed (4)

£80 - £120

535 a m i x e d q u a n T i T y o f p r i n T S, including 18th century

engraved plates on calligraphy, views of the Middle

East and biblical scenes, a few Vanity Fair caricatures,

specimens of commercial art and advertising of the

early to mid 20th century, 19th century photographic

plates of statues and paintings, engravings, photographs

and offset lithographs, v.s., (Qty). £100 - £150

536 gu a d a l a J a r a, di c e m b r e 1953, lithogaphic poster,

printed in colours, 1953, 80 x 64 cm (31 ½ x 25 in).

£40 - £60

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price indicated plus the 22% plus VAT (26.4%) Buyer’s Premium

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COMMISSION BIddING SLIP

+ bids indicate willingness to go up one increment in case of a tie

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT +

Please send to:

Bloomsbury auctions

Bloomsbury House

24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP

t +44 (0) 20 7495 9494 f +44 (0) 20 7495 9499

info@bloomsburyauctions.com

www.bloomsburyauctions.com

Please fax to:

+44 (0) 207 495 9499

Whilst every care is taken in carrying out buyers’

instructions, neither Bloomsbury Auctions, nor their

staff can be held responsible for any errors made.

All successful bids are subject to a 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

of the hammer price up to £250,000, and 12% plus VAT

(14.40%) on the hammer price in excess of £250,000

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful

bidder, by debit card issued by a UK bank, in cash

(subject to relevant money laundering regulations),

by bank transfer or by all major credit cards with the

exception of American Express and Diners Club.

A surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made by

credit card. This surcharge does not apply to debit card

payments. Payment may also be made by Sterling

personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account but

Bloomsbury Auctions regrets that purchases paid for

by this method can not be collected until your cheque

has cleared.

If you leave an odd bid, the Auctioneer will increase

your bid to the next highest figure.

Bids must be received the day before the sale, in

certain circumstances it may not be possible to

execute bids received on the day of the sale.

Your attention is drawn to our General Conditions of

Sale, available in the catalogue or in the saleroom.

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT +


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Oils, WatercOlOurs, DraWings & Prints

Thursday 17th March 2011 Sale No. 13401

I authorise Bloomsbury Auctions, to bid on my behalf up to the maximum

price indicated plus the 22% plus VAT (26.4%) Buyer’s Premium

To aid legibility please fill in your details in BLOCK CAPITALS.

Title Initials Surname

Address

City Postcode

Tel Fax

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Signed

Date

COMMISSION BIddING SLIP

+ bids indicate willingness to go up one increment in case of a tie

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT +

Please send to:

Bloomsbury auctions

Bloomsbury House

24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP

t +44 (0) 20 7495 9494 f +44 (0) 20 7495 9499

info@bloomsburyauctions.com

www.bloomsburyauctions.com

Please fax to:

+44 (0) 207 495 9499

Whilst every care is taken in carrying out buyers’

instructions, neither Bloomsbury Auctions, nor their

staff can be held responsible for any errors made.

All successful bids are subject to a 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

of the hammer price up to £250,000, and 12% plus VAT

(14.40%) on the hammer price in excess of £250,000

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful

bidder, by debit card issued by a UK bank, in cash

(subject to relevant money laundering regulations),

by bank transfer or by all major credit cards with the

exception of American Express and Diners Club.

A surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made by

credit card. This surcharge does not apply to debit card

payments. Payment may also be made by Sterling

personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account but

Bloomsbury Auctions regrets that purchases paid for

by this method can not be collected until your cheque

has cleared.

If you leave an odd bid, the Auctioneer will increase

your bid to the next highest figure.

Bids must be received the day before the sale, in

certain circumstances it may not be possible to

execute bids received on the day of the sale.

Your attention is drawn to our General Conditions of

Sale, available in the catalogue or in the saleroom.

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT +


Cecil Beaton (1904 – 1980)

Marilyn Monroe, 1956

Vintage gelatin silver print

Photographs and Photobooks

London and Rome, 18th & 20th May 2011

Now Welcoming Consignments

Closing date 25th March 2011

Please contact:

London - Sarah Wheeler swheeler@bloomsburyauctions.com

Rome - Silvia Berselli sberselli@bloomsburyauctions.com

Bloomsbury House

24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP

t +44 (0) 20 7495 9494 f +44 (0) 20 7495 9499

info@bloomsburyauctions.com

www.bloomsburyauctions.com

Palazzo Colonna,

Via della Pilotta 19, 00187, Roma

t +39 06 679 1107 f +39 06 699 23077

rome@bloomsburyauctions.com

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IMPORTANT NOTICES

description and Condition of Lots

Prospective buyers must satisfy themselves concerning the

condition of the goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue

description, in accordance with section 6 of the Conditions of Sale

and Business. Solely as a convenience, Bloomsbury Auctions may

provide condition reports. Many items are of an age or nature which

precludes their being in perfect condition and some descriptions

in the catalogue, or given by way of condition report (made either

orally or in writing), make reference to damage and/or restoration.

We provide this information for guidance only and the absence of

such a reference does not imply that an item is free from defects

or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the

absence of any others.

Collation of Books

If, on collation, any NAMED items in this catalogue prove

defective, in text or illustration, the purchaser may reject the

lot provided he returns it within fourteen days stating the defect

in writing.This however will not apply in the case of un-named

items, periodicals, autograph letters, manuscripts, music, maps,

atlases, prints or drawings, nor in respect of damage to bindings,

stains, foxing, marginal wormholes or other defects not affecting

the completeness of the text, nor in respect of lack of list of

plates, inserted advertisements, cancels or subsequently

published volumes, supplements, appendices or plates or error

in the enumerating of the plates, nor in respect of defects

mentioned in the catalogue or announced at the time of sale

Storage Charges

Purchasers are advised that a storage charge of £1.00 per lot per

day may be levied on all purchases not cleared within five working

days of the sale.

Commission Bids

Bloomsbury will execute bids on your behalf if you are unable to

attend the sale. Commission or absentee bids are accepted either

directly at reception, or can be sent by post, fax, email, telephone

or via the website: www.bloomsburyauctions.com. Bloomsbury

will add these bids to the auctioneers’ sale book and will undertake

to purchase the lots on your behalf as cheaply as allowed by other

bids and reserves. Bloomsbury does not accept liability for failing to

execute commission bids, or for any errors or omissions.

Shipping

BloomsburyAuctions can accommodate shipping for certain items,

please contact our Cashiers Department formore information.

International Buyers are responsible for all import/export duties and

taxes. An invoice stating the actual purchase price will accompany

all international purchases

export Licences

A licence from the Museums, Libraries & Archives Council will be

required before items of certain kinds may be exported from the

United Kingdom. Any item containing ivory will require a CITES

licence before it can be exported from the EU.

Payment

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder, by debit

card issued by a UK bank, in cash (subject to relevant money

laundering regulations), by bank transfer or by all major credit

cards with the exception of American Express and Diners Club. A

surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made by credit card.

BLOOMSBURY AUCTIONS

This surcharge does not apply to debit card payments. Payment

may also be made by Sterling personal cheques drawn on a UK

bank account but Bloomsbury regrets that purchases paid for by

this method can not be collected until your cheque has cleared

the symbol t following a lot number indicates that Bloomsbury

auctions has a financial interest, direct or indirect, in the lot in

question, above & beyond the seller’s commission or buyer’s

premium.

Artist’s Resale Rights (“droit de Suite”)

Lots marked with an delta symbol (δ) are subject to theArtist’s

Resale Right Law.The buyer agrees to pay BloomsburyAuctions an

amount equal to the resale royalty and we will pay such amount to

the artist’s collecting agent. Resale royalty applies where the

Hammer price is 1,000 Euros or more and the amount cannot be

more than 12,500 Euros per lot.The amount is calculated as follows:

Royalty For the portion of the Hammer Price (in euros)

4.00% up to 50,000

3.00% between 50,000.01 and 200,000

1.00% between 200,000.01 and 350,000

0.50% between 350,000.01 and 500,000

0.25% in excess of 500,000

Invoices will, as usual, be issued in Pounds Sterling. For the purposes

of calculating the resale royalty the Pounds Sterling/ Euro rate of

exchange will be the European Central Bank reference rate on the

day of the sale.

VAT

Zero-rated items such as books, unframed maps and albums are

not subject to VAT on the buyer’s premium. Eligible items such

as manuscripts, prints, photographs, drawings, framed maps,

paintings, pens and other objects are subject to VAT on the buyer’s

premium as part of the auctioneers margin scheme at a rate of

20%.This will be invoiced at a rate inclusive of premium and VAT.

Lots with an asterisk (*) in the catalogue are subject to VAT on the

hammer price as well as the buyer’s premium. Lots marked with a

double asterisk (**) have been imported from outside the EU to be

sold at auction, and therefore the buyer must pay the import at a

rate of 5% on the hammer and 20% on the buyer’s premium.

Valuations

We undertake valuations for Probate and Insurance, fees being

agreed by prior arrangement. If items are subsequently consigned

for sale, the fees will be refunded.

Annual Catalogue Subscriptions

Full subscription UK and Europe £600, USA and elsewhere £650

london Book sales UK and Europe £200, USA and elsewhere £250

all Book sales UK and Europe £380, USA and elsewhere £450

Maps & atlases UK and Europe £20, USA and elsewhere £30

london Visual arts sales UK and Europe £100, USA and elsewhere £150

all Visual arts sales UK and Europe £160, USA and elsewhere £200

all Photographs sales UK and Europe £40, USA and elsewhere £60

Opening hours: We are open Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm

Online Bidding It is possible to bid live during the auction via the

internet, at www.the-saleroom.com For more details on

the-saleroom.com please call +44 20 7420 6691 or email

support@atgmedia.com


CONDITIONS OF SALE AND BUSINESS

These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract

between Bloomsbury Auctions (the “Auctioneer”) and the

seller, on the one hand, and the buyer on the other. By bidding

at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms.

INFORMATION FOR BUYeRS

1. Introduction.

The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers,

particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales

are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily

available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our

staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully

understand.

2. Agency.

As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose

identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed.

Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller.

3. estimates.

Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum

might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower

estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not

be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT

(where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the

sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are

in no sense definitive.

4. Buyer’s Premium.

The Buyer agrees to pay a buyer’s premiumon the hammer

price of each lot purchased. The buyer’s premium is 22% (26.4%

including VAT) of the hammer price on each lot up to and

including £250,000, plus 12% (14.40% including VAT) for any

amount in excess of £250,000.

5. VAT. (*)

indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate

(presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being an element in

the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because

the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not

operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20%

on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**) indicates that

the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and

the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of

VAT (5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the

buyer’s premium). Lots which appear without either of the above

symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This

is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is

not recoverable as input tax.

6. descriptions and Conditions.

Condition reports are provided on our web site or upon request.

The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without

imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect the estimated

value of the lot, and large numbers of such requests received

shortly before the sale may not receive a response to all lots.

Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators and,

particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion

from such a professional. We recommend that you always view

a lot in person.

We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on

information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots

and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are

normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots

in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be

wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity

for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for

inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested.

Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of

lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we,

as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In

particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be

in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods

and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable

for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to

the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the

buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified

circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate

forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week

time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our

Conditions of Sale).

7. electrical goods.

These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be

checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified

electrician first.

8. export of goods.

Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether

an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific

prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g.

they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you

need help.

9. Bidding.

Bidders may be required to register before the sale commences and

lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration

form. Some form of identification may be required if you are

unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements

for telephone bidding.

10. Commission bidding.

Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the

maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will

be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if

any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission

bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire

in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission

bids by telephone or FAX.

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11. Methods of Payment.

Any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of

the goods is permitted. The following methods of payment are

acceptable:

Sterling cheque to be drawn on a UK bank and made payable

to ‘Bloomsbury Auctions’. It will be necessary to allow at least

five working days for the cheque to clear before collecting your

purchases.

Bank transfer. All transfers must state the relevant sale number,

lot number and your bid / paddle number. If transferring from a

foreign currency, the amount we receive must be the total due in

pounds sterling (after currency conversion and the deduction of

any bank charges). Our bank details can be found on the reverse

of your invoice or in the sale catalogue under ‘Important Notices’

Debit cards drawn on a UK bank. There is no additional charge for

purchases made with these cards. Debit cards drawn on an overseas

bank or deferred debit cards will be subject to a 3% surcharge.

Sterling cash payments of up to £8,000 and debit cards payments

can be made at the Cashier’s Office, either during or after the sale.

12. Collection and storage.

Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection

and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and

collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying

storage charges.

13. droit de suite royalty charges.

From 14th February 2006 all UK art market professionals (which

includes, but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents

and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment

for all works of art that have been produced by living artists. This

payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are

sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of

EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with

prevailing exchange rates.

It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with

the precise EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the

sale in this regard, and the auctioneer accepts no responsibility

whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different to the rate indicated.

All items in this catalogue that are marked with δ are potentially

qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the

hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of

EURO 1,000.The royalty charge will be added to all relevant buyers’

invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty

charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society

(‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these

charges will be retained by the auctioneers.

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which

achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of

EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000

is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling

equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply

– for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please

see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

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TeRMS OF CONSIGNMeNT FOR SeLLeRS

1. Interpretation.

In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if

the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume

that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the

consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words

‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

2. Commission

Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates:- please

enquire at our salerooms.

3. Removal costs.

Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated

deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with

this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges

is solely your responsibility.

4. Loss and damage of goods.

(a) Bloomsbury Auctions is not authorised by the FSA to provide

insurance to it’s clients, and does not do so. However Bloomsbury

Auctions for it’s own protection, assumes liability for property

consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls.

To justify accepting liablilty, Bloomsbury Auctions makes a charge of

1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT, subject to a minmum charge of

£1.50, or if unsold 1.5% of our lower estimate. The liability assumed by

Bloomsbury Auctions shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate

or the hammer price if the lot is sold.

(b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writng not to take

such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and

until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or

on behalf of the owner, and clause 4 (a) is inapplicable le

5. Illustrations.

The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that

the Lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The

copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us,

the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue.

6. Minimum bids and our discretion.

Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between

us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. We may sell Lots

below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale

proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the

hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may

accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve.

7. Reserves.

(a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot

consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may

be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer

goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably

high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and insurance

charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment).

(b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent.

(c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf

and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances

bid personally.


8. electrical items.

These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such

items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of

testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an

electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must

be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the

right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.

9. Soft furnishings.

The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the

interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will

not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve

the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.

The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to

the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977,

Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request

10. descriptions.

Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance

etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the

accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and

in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies

occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue

description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where

we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a

deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and

we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to

reimburse us the sale proceeds.

11. Unsold and withdrawn items.

If an item is unsold it may with your consent be re-offered at

a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you

must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being

so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We

reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at

a reasonable daily rate.

12. Withdrawn and bought in items.

These are liable to incur a charge of 15 % plus VAT on being bought

in or withdrawn after being catalogued.

13. Conditions of Sale.

You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale. In

particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods

either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate

us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities and expenses

incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking.

We will also, at our discretion, and as far as practicable, confirm that

an item consigned for sale does not appear on the Art Loss register,

which is administered by an independent third party.

14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain

premium and interest.

(a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and

all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and

consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the

buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest

earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement.

(b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private

treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of

sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same

charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and

so far as appropriate these Terms apply

15. Warehousing.

We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom

without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make

minimum warehousing charge of £10 per lot per day. Unsold

lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them

within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within

three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges

from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them

to the local authority for disposal.

16. Settlement.

After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes

place within 28 days of the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller)

unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no

settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in

the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed

by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale

proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds

of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition

10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind

before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28

days from the date of sale.

CONdITIONS OF SALe

Bloomsbury Auctions carries on business with bidders, buyers and

all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection

with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other

terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein.

1. definitions.

in these conditions:

(a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Bloomsbury Auctions or its

authorised auctioneer, as appropriate;

(b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention

of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or

source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as

being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the

sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been

in accordance with the description;

(c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above

any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer;

(d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates

of commission on which Dreweatts accepts instructions from

sellers or their agents;

(e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the

lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable

and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under

these Conditions;

(f ) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being

the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate,

Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by

the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

(g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

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2. Bidding procedures and the Buyer.

(a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding

and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction

room to view or bid;

(b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer

conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and

any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute

discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction

or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this

discretion.

(c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals.

(d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up

to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also

reserved.

3. Increments.

Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.

4. The purchase price.

together with a premium thereon of 26.4% which shall include VAT

on the premiumat the rate imposed by law.The buyer will also be

liable for any royalties payable under Droit de Suite as setout under

Information for Buyers above.

5. Value Added Tax.

Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all

items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax

is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date

of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to

“Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position).

6. Payment.

(1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will:

(a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and

(b) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed

by us.

(2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any

sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without

regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or

implied.

(3) Buyers who utilise the services of ATG Live Auctions or any

other live internet services are hereby informed that the payment

method details that are provided to ATG Live Auctions or any other

live internet services as part of the process of registration will, in the

absence of compliance with paragraph (1) of this clause, be utilised

by us to settle any amounts owing by such buyers to us.

7. Title and collection of purchases.

(1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until

you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due.

(2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that

you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days

following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any

cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for

any removal, storage and insurance charges.

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(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for.

(4) Bloomsbury Auctions can accommodate packing and shipping

for certain items. For lots they are unable to provide this service for,

successful buyers must make these arrangements independently,

though the saleroom may be able to suggest specialist

shipping companies who can advise buyers, this advice is not a

recommendation and the saleroom is not liable for any aspect of

the packaging and shipping process. Please note that the cost of

packaging and shipping depends on the size/weight of the item(s)

purchased, insurance requirements, and the shipping destination,

not on the value of the item(s) purchased. Please note that any items

not collected within one week of the sale date may be automatically

removed to commercial storage and subject to a storage charge.

8. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases.

(1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance

with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these

Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall

at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights

we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following

rights and remedies:

(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract;

(b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us

to you;

(c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you

shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount

due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs).

Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller;

(d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the

case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere;

(e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on

the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than

3 working days after the sale;

(f ) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total

amount due;

(g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions

or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted;

(h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future

becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount

due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of )

any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the

debt due is satisfied.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue

these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make

appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions

9. Third party liability.

All members of the public on our premises are there at their own

risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security

arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees

or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except

as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the

safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.


10. Commission bids.

Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction

and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular

Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied

themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in

writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our

employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so

save where such failure is unreasonable.

Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded

we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first

bid so made.

11. Warranty of title and availability.

The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the

true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by

the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and

marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

12. Agency.

The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any

responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

13. Terms of sale.

The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the

stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms

of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the

entry of the Lot.

14. descriptions and condition.

(1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical

for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective

buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before

any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf )

must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description

applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding

that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship,

genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated

selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such

opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability

for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the

foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents

nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions

and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description,

condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby

excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition

concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in

paragraph 6 “information to buyers”.

(2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to

be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. Forgeries.

Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves

to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may bereturned to us by you

within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition

as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it

from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement

of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the

Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you

for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the

catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and

experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to

transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights

under this condition.

The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any

right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

General,

16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to

our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

17. (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and

expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of

these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be

available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

(2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to

be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the

auctioneer who may themselves enforce them.

18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by

first class mail, email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed

to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting.

19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular

classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted

in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement

of the catalogue.

20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us

notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the

Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time

only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other

respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force

and effect.

21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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ManageMent BOarD

stephan ludwig Executive Chairman

clive stewart-lockhart Deputy Chairman

rupert Powell Deputy Chairman

Peter Floyd Finance Director

internatiOnal DePartMents

DREWEATTS DONNINGTON PRIORY

donnington, Newbury,

Berkshire, RG14 2Je

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Fabio Massimo Bertolo

alexander Hayter

James James-crook

ASIAN CeRAMICS & WORKS OF ART

Dan Bray Associate Director

clive stewart-lockhart Deputy Chairman

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leighton gillibrand Director

COUNTRY SPORTING

geoffrey stafford charles Director

charlie Murphy Specialist

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David rees Director

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geoffrey stafford charles Director

FURNITURe

cristian Beadman Associate Director, Furniture & Works of Art

Ben Millerchip-Brown Associate Director, Furniture & Carpets

emma terry Specialist

JeWeLLeRY, SILVeR, WATCHeS

& OBJeCTS OF VeRTU

James nicholson International Head of Department

David rees Director, Silver & Objects of Vertu

BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

rupert Powell Deputy Chairman

Dido arthur Senior Book Specialist

John collins (Consultant) Book Specialist

Max Hasler Junior Book Specialist

Michael Heseltine (Consultant) Book Specialist

Hannah usher Book Specialist

simon luterbacher Manuscripts Specialist

clive Moss Book Specialist

Justin Phillips Continental Specialist

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alexander Hayter International Head of Contemporary Art

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BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

stephen c. Massey Senior International Consultant

POSTeRS

richard Barclay (Consultant)

BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

Fabio Massimo Bertolo Head of Department, Auction Manager

silvia Ferrini Senior Book Specialist & Office Manager

19TH & 20TH CeNTURY ART

luca santori Head of Department

OLd MASTeR PAINTINGS

Valentina ciancio Head of Department

adele coggiola Junior specialist / Administrator

PHOTOGRAPHS

silvia Berselli (Consultant)

richard Madley

William richards

PICTUReS

clive stewart-lockhart Deputy Chairman

James James-crook Modern British & Irish Paintings & Sculpture

archie Parker Specialist

WINe

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charlie Murphy Specialist

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Brenda adams Associate Director, Client Accounts

Helen Barnard Administrator

tori Billington Marketing Assistant

Kathy James Administrator

rita lauer Saleroom Assistant

nick Mann Saleroom Assistant

adam Martin Saleroom Assistant

Matthew Martin Photography Assistant / Receptionist

Dave Pincott Photographer

ruth rackham Senior Administrator & Valuations Coordinator

gyula sirok Saleroom Assistant

POSTeRS

richard Barclay (Consultant)

MARKeTING

richard caton Group Head of Marketing

Poppy Walker Marketing Assistant

AdMINISTRATION

graham argue Saleroom Assistant

robert cain Saleroom Assistant

steve cain Saleroom Manager

scott Harvey Art Director

craig Millar IT

Julia Owen Accounts

elio stolz Photography

Kate todd Administrator

abbie Barker Reception

emma traill Reception

Donovan Potgieter Shipping

alec shepherd Shipping

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alexander Hayter International Head of Contemporary Art

eric Winkler Junior Cataloguer/Administrator

AdMINISTRATION

Bouba guindo Office Manager

emily Kiernan Sales Administration Manager

JeWeLLeRY, SILVeR & WATCHeS

andrea ansuini Head of Department

ANTIqUe FURNITURe & SILVeR

stefano rocca (Consultant)

AdMINISTRATION

Debora Bifolco Accounts

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claudio Vennarini Saleroom Manager, Packaging and Shipping


R.G. Reeve after James Pollard

Epsom Grand Stand, Winner of the Derby Race,

original hand-coloured aquatint, 1836

one of a set of six

Est. £2000-3000

tHe nOrMan r. BOBins cOllectiOn OF

equestrian anD BritisH sPOrting Prints

Donnington Priory, Wednesday 20th April 2011

Please contact: Robert Hall

rhall@bloomsburyauctions.com

Donnington Priory

Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE

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