General views and street scenes

General views and street scenes

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A General View of the City of London next the River Thames

Description: An early engraving originally published in 1751 and later in 1794 by Laurie & Whittle. This picture is slightly later and is on 1814 watermarked paper.

Age: Circa 1815  Size of image (mm): 380 x 220

Condition: A few minor  creases and age related  discolouring. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4001  Price: £SOLD

St James’s – The Mall London? Fred A Farrell

Description: Original etching by Frederick Arthur Farrell (1882-1935) of, I believe, St James’s or the Mall in London.

F A Farrell was Glasgow’s official First World War artist, a superb picture. 

Age: Circa 1925  Size of image (mm): 365 x 210 

Condition: The etching is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4314  Price: £65.00

The Session House, Clerkenwell, London 

Description: A fine early aquatint of the Session House, Clerkenwell from Rudolf Ackermann’s famous work ‘The Microcosm of London’. Aquatinted by J Bluck after Thomas Rowlandson and A Pugin, the picture has original hand colouring.

Age: 1809  Size of image (mm): 250 x 210. 

Condition: The picture, which has original hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4315  Price: £45.00

The Coal Exchange,  London 

Description: A fine early aquatint of the Coal Exchange, London from Rudolf Ackermann’s famous work ‘The Microcosm of London’. Aquatinted by Hill after Thomas Rowlandson and A Pugin, the picture has original hand colouring.

Age: 1808  Size of image (mm): 255 x 180. 

Condition: The picture, which has original hand colouring, has some light age discolouration but generally is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4316  Price: £45.00

London 1705, rare

Description: A fine early engraving of London by A P de Lacroix from ‘Algemeene Werekit Beschryving’ published in 1705. Super rare view looking across London Bridge towards St Paul’s Cathedral.

Age: Circa 1720  Size of image (mm): 270 x 185 excluding title.

Condition: In good condition, central fold as issued. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4002  Price: £SOLD

London in 1817 from Blackfriars Bridge 

Description: Superb early engraving of London,  engraved by William Bernard Cooke after L Clennell. The picture comes from ‘Cooke’s Thames Scenery’ published in 1822. Fine view down the River Thames with St Paul’s Cathedral in the background.

Age: 1822  Size of image (mm): 200 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4255  Price: £SOLD

Early aquatint of Woolwich 

Description: Super early aquatint of Woolwich, south east London. Engraved by J C Stadler after J Farrington R.A. the picture was published by J & J Boydell, Shakespeare in Cheapside in 1795. Interesting view of the River Thames from Woolwich.

Age: 1795  Size of image (mm): 300 x 200

Condition: The aquatint has a crease bottom left, away from the image and titles; there is also some discolouration to the outer borders which will mount out. Otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4243  Price: £SOLD

Lamplighter 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804. The image is of a lamplighter and his assistant, a common sight on London streets in the 19th century.

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4184  Price: £75.00

The Pillory by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Pillory’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804.

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4191  Price: £55.00

Guy Fawkes by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘Guy Fawkes’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804.

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4192  Price: £55.00

The Lottery Wheel by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Lottery Wheel’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804.

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4193  Price: £55.00

London Wall by Hugh McKenzie

Description: A fine watercolour study by the  artist Hugh McKenzie. Known for his paintings of the changing face of London his work can be found in the National Maritime Gallery the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Super image that is a little more vibrant than the photograph.

Age: 1964  Size of image (mm): 330 x 260.

Condition: the picture is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4094  Price£85.00

Temple Church by Hugh McKenzie

Description: A fine watercolour study of Temple Church, London by the  artist Hugh McKenzie. Known for his paintings of the changing face of London his work can be found in the National Maritime Gallery the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

Age: Circa 1965  Size of image (mm): 300 x 200.

Condition: the picture is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4095  Price£85.00

London from Brixton Causeway

Description: Early copper plate engraving ‘A View of London, taken near the 5 Mile Stone Brixton Causeway’. Published in the London Mag, May 1783. Quite a rare image.  

Age: 1783  Size of image (mm): 265 x 150.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, has folds as issued and some light creasing. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4021  Price: £SOLD

Acton from the South West

Description: Early copper plate engraving ‘View of Acton from the South West’ from Harrison’s History of London circa 1777. Super image with just the church and a few houses, the rest open fields.

Age: Circa 1777  Size of image (mm): 270 x 150.

Condition: The picture, which has fine later hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4028 Price: £35.00

The Trafalgar Tavern from the River Thames

Description: Fine Giclee limited edition print 28 of 120 titled ‘Trafalgar Tavern 1’ by Robert Brumby. Super image across the River Thames with the Rowing Club just to the left of the tavern.  Robert Brumby was a Fellow of the Royal  Society of British Sculptors; he trained at the Royal College of Art. Signed in pencil by the artist. 

Age: 2005   Size of image (mm): 280 x 270

Condition: The picture is in excellent condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4212  Price: £SOLD

Westminster Hall

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of Westminster Hall, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4048  Price: £35.00

Westminster Hall 1707

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of Westminster Hall, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4159  Price: £35.00

Westminster Abbey 1707

Description: Rare early copper plate engraving of Westminster Abbey (Church of St Peter) from James Beeverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Bretagne’ published around 1707. Text in French and English. 

Age: Circa 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120.

Condition: The image, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4165  Price: £35.00

London from Greenwich Park

Description: Early copper plate engraving ‘London from Greenwich Park’. Fine view with Greenwich Hospital and the River Thames in the background. Published in London in 1814.

Age: 1814  Size of image (mm): 185 x 125.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is close trimmed at the top but otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4114  Price: £22.00

View of Hackney Hackney

Description: Early original copper plate engraving ‘A View of Hackney’. Engraved for The New Universal British Traveller. 

Age: Circa 1780   Size of image (mm): 265 x 150

Condition: The engraving, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4055  Price: £35.00

St James’s Palace

Description: Early engraving titled ‘St James’s Palace and Parts adjacent’. Published around 1775, the image was engraved by Benjamin Cole. A fine view of the formal gardens and tree lined roads.

Age: Circa 1775  Size of image (mm): 325 x 190

Condition: The picture, which is hand coloured, is slightly discoloured and has a small foxing stain in the sky, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4081  Price: £38.00

Prospect of Whitehall

Description: Very early engraving titled ‘The Prospect of White Hall from the Park of St James’. Engraved by Jan Kip the picture was published around 1720. 

Age: Circa 1720  Size of image (mm): 330 x 200

Condition: The picture, which is has later hand colouring, has a light crease just above the right hand houses, otherwise in reasonable condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4082  Price: £28.00

Dean’s Yard, Westminster

Description: Early copper plate engraving ‘The North-East View of the Old Dormitory, in 1758 when New Buildings were begun in Dean’s Yard Westminster’. Engraved by W Courtenay in 1760.  

Age: 1760  Size of image (mm): 175 x 130

Condition: The picture, which is has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4164  Price: £20.00

Remains of the East Gate, Bermondsey Abbey

Description: Interesting steel engraving ‘Remains of the East Gate, Bermondsey Abbey’. Engraved by John Wykeham Archer for the Vestiges of Old London published around 1850

Age: Circa 1850  Size of image (mm): 215 x 155.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4022  Price: £28.00

The Strand, London

Description: Super engraving ‘The Strand, preparatory to its improvements in the year 1810’. Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825.

Age: 1811  Size of image (mm): 285 x 200 including plan.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, has some light foxing and staining, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4053  Price: £35.00

Ship Yard Temple Bar

Description: Fine engraving ‘South West View of an Antient Structure in Ship Yard Temple Bar, supposed to have been the residence of Elias Ashmole Esq, the celebrated antiquary’. Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825. 

Age: 1815  Size of image (mm): 260 x 210

Condition: The picture has a mark near the top of the left hand border and a very light stain bottom right, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4137  Price: £35.00

Whitechapel Schools

Description: Fine engraving ‘Schools founded by the Rev’d Ralph Davenant, Rector of the Parish of St Mary, Whitechapel’. Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825. 

Age: Circa 1815  Size of image (mm): 260 x 190

Condition: The picture is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4138  Price: £25.00

The Rev Dr Colin Milne & Greenwich Hospital 1804

Description: Rare stipple engraving, the top picture is of the Rev Dr Colin Milne F.R.S author of the Botanical Dictionary from an original portrait by Russell R.A. The lower vignette is a super view of Greenwich Hospital from the River Thames engraved by Newton. The picture was published in 1804 for Dr Thornton.

Age: 1804  Size of image (mm): 410 x 290

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, has a few very minor creases as you would expect, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4219  Price: £48.00

East View of Cornhill

Description: Fine engraving ‘St Paul Pindar’s Lodge or Garden House, Half-Moon Alley Bishopsgate Street. Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825. 

Age: 1819  Size of image (mm): 250 x 220

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4065  Price: £35.00

St Paul Pindar’s Lodge, Bishopsgate Street

Description: Rare engraving ‘Antient North East View of Cornhill’,  Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825. The image shows the pump formerly situated at the intersection of Gracechurch Street, Cornhill, Bishopsgate Street and Leadenhall Street.

Age: 1811  Size of image (mm): 270 x 180

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4064  Price: £45.00

Part of London Wall 1818

Description: Early engraving ‘A View of Part of the Antient Remains of London Wall’.   Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825. 

Age: 1819  Size of image (mm): 300 x 240

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is a little grubby around the borders but the price does reflect condition. Sold with an 50mm all round ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4097  Price: £22.00

The Baker, William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Baker’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804.

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4186  Price: £55.00

The Butcher by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Butcher’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804. 

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4187  Price: £55.00

Archway from Turnpike Gate Holloway

Description: A scarce engraving titled ‘The Highgate Archway from the Turnpike Gate at Holloway’. Published by Richard Holmes Laurie  at 53 Fleet Street, London in 1823. This is quite a large image.

Age: 1823  Size of image (mm): 420 x 270 excluding titles.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, has been laid on card and has a couple of brown vertical marks on the image, otherwise in good condition. Due to the size of the image it is sold with an ivory mount for UK posting only. Non UK destinations the picture is sold as unmounted.

Ref: 4056  Price: £65.00

Notting Hill Gate by M K Hughes A.R.E

Description: Original etching of Silver Street, Notting Hill Gate by Myra Kathleen Hughes. Interesting to see the butchers shop next to the vet. Signed in pencil by the artist. Myra Kathleen Hughes was elected an Associate of the Royal Society of Painter Etchers and Engravers in 1911.

Age: 1905  Size of image (mm): 225 x 210.

Condition: In very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4003  Price: £65.00

North East view of Thieving Lane

DescriptionNorth East View of the entrance to Thieving Lane from King Street. An early etching from John Thomas Smith’s ‘Antiquities of Westminster’ published in 1807. Engraved by W.M.Fellows.

Age: 1808  Size of image (mm): 215 x 185 excluding title.

Condition: In good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4004  Price: £25.00

South Kensington Station

Description:  Stunning limited edition print of South Kensington Underground Station. It is signed in pencil by the artist, but the signature is illegible.  

Age: 2000  Size of image (mm): 500 x 380

Condition: In excellent  condition.

Ref: 4056  Price: £SOLD

Coal Heaverrs

Description: Superb original hand coloured aquatint of Coal Heavers by William Henry Pyne from his renowned work ‘The Costume of Great Britain’. Published by William Miller in 1805 the picture was drawn and engraved by Pyne. 

Fine image reflecting the hard graft of the heavers who were a common site around Wapping East London in the mid to late 18th century.  

Age: 1805  Size of image (mm): 300 x 200

Condition: The picture, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4176  Price: £45.00

St Dunstan’s Church, Fleet Street

Description: Fine quality steel engraving of St Dunstan’s Church, Fleet Street, London. Engraved by George Cooke after D Roberts, the picture is dated 1832.

Age: 1832  Size of image (mm): 190 x 135.

Condition: The image, which has later hand colouring is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4096  Price: £22.00

Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square

Description: Steel engraving ‘Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Squaree’. Engraved by W Wallis after an original drawing by Thomas Shepherd.

Age: 1828  Size of image (mm): 155 x 95.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is grubby around the border but this does mount out. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4020  Price: £18.00

Bow, East London

Description: Steel engraving of Bow in East London, shown as ‘Bow Middlesex’. A super image with the church in the background. Engraved by George Cooke, the figures were drawn by A W Callcott R.A.

Age: 1826  Size of image (mm): 150 x 90.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4132  Price: £22.00

A View of the Little Sanctuary, from the South East

Description:  A View of the Little Sanctuary from the South East. Early etching drawn by John Thomas Smith, 1766-1833, for his ‘Antiquities of Westminster’ published in 1807. The picture is sub-titled ‘This place, which was once an asylum for fugitive offenders, is at this time a harbour for wretchedness, filth & contagion’. Engraved by W. M. Fellows

Age: 1807  Size of image (mm): 220 x 180 excluding title.

Condition: The image is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4095  Price: £25.00

A View of the Little Sanctuary, from the West End

DescriptionA View of the Little Sanctuary from the West End. Early etching drawn by John Thomas Smith, 1766-1833, for his ‘Antiquities of Westminster’ published in 1807. The picture is sub-titled ‘This place, which was once an asylum for fugitive offenders, is at this time a harbour for wretchedness, filth & contagion’. Engraved by W. M. Fellows

Age: 1808  Size of image (mm): 215 x 175 excluding title.

Condition: In good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4052  Price: £25.00

House of William Parker, Lord Monteagle

Description: Early engraving ‘A North West View of the House of William Parker – Lord Monteagle ; in the Parish of St Saviour, Southwark’.  Published for Robert Wilkinson’s renowned work ‘London Illustrata, Graphic and Historical Memorials between 1808 and 1825. 

Age: 1825  Size of image (mm): 300 x 220 excluding title.

Condition: The image, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4098  Price: £35.00

The Embankment by Arthur Spencer

Description: An interesting etching by British artist Arthur Spencer. Signed in pencil by the artist.

Age: Circa 1920  Size of image (mm): 200 x 140

Condition: In good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Status: Complete with ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4057  Price: £35.00

Village of Charing now Charing Cross

Description: An early copper plate engraving ‘ An Ancient View of St James’s, Westminster Abbey & Hall from the Village of Charing, now Charing Cross’ Engraved by Myers the picture dates from around 1770. 

Age: Circa 1770  Size of image (mm): 330 x 190

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is a little crinkled around the edges but generally in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4062  Price: £35.00

London after W Hollar 1807

Description: An early etching from John Thomas Smith’s’Antiquities of Westminster’ published in 1807. The picture relates to an earlier image by W Hollar, an interesting print.

Age: 1808 Size of image (mm): 250 x 190

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring has some very light foxing but otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4054  Price: £25.00

A Perspective View of Whitehall

Description: An early copper plate engraving ‘A Perspective View of Whitehall, published in 1754 after the original Stow’s Survey. Drawn and engraved by  Maurer.

Age: 1754  Size of image (mm): 410 x 210

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, has some vertical creases, some as issued, otherwise in reasonable condition.In good condition. Sold complete with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4063  Price: £35.00

Edmonton

Description: An interesting copper plate engraving of Edmonton from Dr Hughson’s History of London. Engraved by Warren after Ellis the picture dates from around 1810. 

Age: Circa 1810  Size of image (mm): 170 x 100

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, has a small tear by the titles, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4058  Price: £20.00

Banqueting House, London

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of the Banqueting House, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 160 x 130

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4049  Price: £35.00

Entrance to London from Islington

Description:  Copper plate engraving ‘Entrance to London from Islington’ from Dr Hughson’s History of London. Engraved by Hay,  the picture is dated 1810. 

Age: 1810  Size of image (mm): 165 x 95

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4059  Price: £20.00

Undertakers at Battersea Rise

Description: A great image, ‘Undertakers regaling themselves at Death’s Door Battersea Rise in Surry’. Engraved by Rawle after J Nixon the picture shows undertakers in high spirits with the poem ‘The Grave’ along the bottom.

Age: 1803  Size of image (mm): 165 x 100

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4061  Price: £25.00

Hendon 1807

Description:  Copper plate engraving of Hendon  from Dr Hughson’s History of London. Engraved by Hassell after Sparrow the picture is dated 1807 

Age: 1810  Size of image (mm): 160 x 90

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4060  Price: £20.00

Westminster from Tothill Fields

Description: A View of Westminster taken from Tothill Fields. An early etching drawn by G Arnald  and engraved by W M Fellows. The picture comes from John Thomas Smith’s ‘Antiquities of Westminster’ published in 1807. Quite a rare image.

Age: 1807  Size of image (mm): 250 x 185 excluding title.

Condition: The image, which has later hand colouring, is laid on card and is quite grubby around the titles and has a small stain just above the abbey.  Price does reflect condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4102  Price: £25.00

The Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace

Description: Superb steel engraving of ‘ The Great Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations, opened by Her Majesty Queen Victoria May 1st 1851’. Fine view of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London. 

Age: Circa 1855  Size of image (mm): 250 x 100 excluding titles.

Condition: The picture, which is hand coloured, has a mark below ornate scroll bottom right but otherwise is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4117  Price: £25.00

Adelphi, London

Description: The Buildings called the Adelphi. Early copper plate engraving by Benjamin Green dating from around 1750. Fine view from the River Thames.

Age: Circa 1750  Size of image (mm): 380 x 200 excluding title.

Condition: The image, which has later hand colouring, has a crease to the top left hand corner but otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4103  Price: £25.00

Westminster Abbey 1707

Description: Rare early copper plate engraving of Westminster Abbey (Church of St Peter) from James Beeverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Bretagne’ published around 1707. Text in French and English. 

Age: Circa 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120.

Condition: The image is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4129  Price: £25.00

The Kings Gate, Westminster

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of the Kings Gate, Westminster, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4153  Price: £35.00

The Royal Exchange, London

Description: Early original copper plate engraving ‘La Bourse de Londres’. The Royal Exchange, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 160 x 130

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4154  Price: £35.00

The Guildhall, London

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of the Guildhall, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4156  Price: £35.00

The Monument, London

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of the Monument, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 155 x 125

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4157  Price: £35.00

St James’s House, London

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of St James’s House, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4158  Price: £35.00

Temple Bar, London

Description: Early original copper plate engraving of Temple Bar, London by Pieter van de Aa. The engraving comes from James Beverell’s ‘Les Delices de la Grand Brettagne’ published in 1707. 

Age: 1707  Size of image (mm): 150 x 120

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.       

Ref: 4160  Price: £35.00

The Admiralty, London

Description: Early copper engraving of the Admiralty, London dating from around 1780. Engraved by T Simpson after S Wale.

Age: Circa 1780   Size of image (mm): 140 x 80

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4169  Price: £15.00

The Tower of London

Description: Early copper plate engraving of the Tower of London. Published in 1784 by S Hooper and engraved by J Newton, not the  place you would want to end up in. 

Age: 1784  Size of image (mm): 160 x 110

Condition: The picture is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4163  Price: £18.00

The Halfpenny Showman by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Halfpenny Showman’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804. 

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4188  Price: £SOLD

The Dustman by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Dustman’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804. 

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4189  Price: £55.00

The Royal Mail by William Henry Pyne 1805

Description: Superb original lithograph ‘The Royal Mail’ from William Henry Pyne’s renowned work the ‘The Costume of Great Britain’ first published in 1804. 

William Henry Pyne was one of the first engravers to use lithographic printing, drawing on stone. This image published by William Miller in 1805.  

Age: 1805   Size of sheet (mm): 350 x 250

Condition: The lithograph, which has original hand colouring, is in very good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4190  Price: £55.00

Admiralty Arch, London

DescriptionSuper etching of Admiralty Arch in the Mall London dating from around 1930. Signed in pencil by the artist but unable to read signature.

Age: Circa 1920  Size of sheet (mm): 200 x 150

Condition: The picture  is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4213  Price: £25.00

Greenwich Reach

Description: Super etching ‘Night scene Greenwich Reach’ signed in pencil by the artist Andrew Lang. The etching is dated 2003, very atmospheric. 

Age: 2003   Size of image (mm): 400 x 300

Condition: The etching is in good condition. Sold without a mount due to its size.

Ref: 4170  Price: £30.00

Battersea, London 1809

Description: Quite a scare sepia aquatint of Battersea published in London in 1809 at R Ackermann’s Repository of Arts 101 Strand. Unusual view of Battersea, old cottage with washing outside. The picture was engraved by T Sutherland who engraved the plates for Jenkin’s Naval Achievements.

Age: 1809   Size of image (mm): 230 x 170

Condition: The picture is quite grubby around the borders with a slight loss of image above and to the right of the title, price does reflect condition and this is a rare image. Sold without a mount due to its size.

Ref: 4171  Price: £18.00

Sydenham, London 1809

Description: Quite a scare sepia aquatint of Sydenham published in London in 1809 at R Ackermann’s Repository of Arts 101 Strand. Early view of the South London suburb just up from where the Crystal Palace was sited. The picture was engraved by T Sutherland who engraved the plates for Jenkin’s Naval Achievements.

Age: 1809   Size of image (mm): 230 x 170

Condition: The picture is quite grubby around the borders some which will mount out. Sold without a mount due to its size.

Ref: 4172  Price: £18.00

Dulwich, London 1809

Description: Quite a scare sepia aquatint of Dulwich published in London in 1809 at R Ackermann’s Repository of Arts 101 Strand. Unusual view of Dulwich showing a young child fishing in a stream in front of a cottage. The picture was engraved by T Sutherland who engraved the plates for Jenkin’s Naval Achievements. 

Age: 1809   Size of image (mm): 230 x 170

Condition: The picture is quite grubby around the borders and has a tear bottom left but a rare engraving worth saving. Sold without a mount due to its size.

Ref: 4173  Price: £15.00

Chelsea, London 1809

Description: Quite a scare sepia aquatint of Chelsea published in London in 1810 at R Ackermann’s Repository of Arts 101 Strand. Unusual view of Chelsea with just a cottage in open countryside. The picture was almost certainly engraved by T Sutherland who engraved the plates for Jenkin’s Naval Achievements.

Age: 1809   Size of image (mm): 230 x 170

Condition: The picture is a little grubby around the borders most which mounts out.  Sold without a mount due to its size.

Ref: 4174  Price: £20.00

The Great Fire of London

Description: Early copper plate engraving ‘Part of London as it appeared during the Dreadful Fire, in the Reign of Charles the 11.d 1666’. Engraved by Taylor after Wade the picture comes from Barnard’s New Complete & Authentic History of England.

Age: Circa 1790  Size of image (mm): 170 x 110 excluding ornate borders.

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is a little discoloured around the borders but generally in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4210  Price: £20.00

Houses of Lords and Commons

Description: Early copper plate engraved picture of ‘Entrance of the House of Lords with the Office of Ordinance’ and ‘House of Commons’. Engraved by T Simpson after S Wale.

Age: Circa 1780   Size of image (mm): 140 x 80

Condition: The picture,  which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4222  Price: £15.00

The British Museum, London

Description: Early copper plate engraved picture of the British Museum. Engraved by T Simpson after S Wale.

Age: Circa 1780   Size of image (mm): 140 x 80

Condition: The picture,  which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4223  Price: £15.00

Remains of Winchester Palace, Southwark

Description: Early engraving of the Remains of Winchester Palace in Southwark. The palace was situated on what later became Clink Street. Engraved by George Cooke after John Sell Cotman. 

Age: 1828   Size of image (mm): 160 x 110

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is a little grubby  around the border, which will mount out, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4225  Price: £18.00

View in Parliament Street, Westminster

Description: Early copper plate engraving of a ‘View in Parliament Street, showing Whitehall, the Treasury etc Westminster’. Published in the ‘Beauties of England and Wales’ the picture was engraved by R Roffe after G Shepherd.

Age: 1810  Size of image (mm): 160 x 105

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4236  Price: £22.00

St Paul’s School, London

Description: Early copper plate engraving of St Paul’s School, London from the ‘Beauties of England and Wales’. The picture was engraved by S Owen after J P Neale.  

Age: 1814  Size of image (mm): 150 x 100

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4237  Price: £22.00

Fish Street Hill, London

Description: Early copper plate engraving of Fish Street Hill from Dr Hughson’s Description of London. Engraved by Roffe the picture is dated 1807. Super image with the Monument in the background.

                                                                                                         Age: 1807  Size of image (mm): 160 x 950

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4242  Price: £15.00

House of Correction, Coldbath Fields, London

Description: Steel engraving of the House of Correction in Coldbath Fields, London from around 1830. Engraved by W Watkins after Thomas Shepherd.

Age: Circa 1830  Size of image (mm): 145 x 100

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4224  Price: £18.00

Town Hall, Borough High Street, London

Description: Steel engraving of the Town Hall in Borough High Street in 1830. Engraved by R Winkles after Thomas Shepherd.

Age: 1830  Size of image (mm): 145 x 95

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4227  Price: £18.00

Tottenham Mills, Middlesex

Description: Steel engraving of the Tottenham Mills from around 1830. Engraved by J Henshall  after                C Marshall.

Age: Circa 1830  Size of image (mm): 145 x 100

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4228  Price: £18.00

St James’s Palace & Westminster Abbey

Description: Fine steel engraving of the the Palace of St James, Westminster Abbey and Hall from the Village of Charing, temp of Tale. Engraved by J Cousen  after Hollar.

Age: Circa 1830  Size of image (mm): 140 x 95

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4232  Price: £18.00

Foundling Hospital, Guildford Street

Description: Steel engraving of the Foundling Hospital, Guildford Street from around 1830. Engraved by J Henshall  after Thomas Shepherd.

Age: Circa 1830  Size of image (mm): 160 x 95

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing. 

Ref: 4229  Price: £15.00

New Treasury Buildings, Whitehall, London

Description: Fine quality steel engraving of the New Treasury Buildings, Whitehall from Casssell’s ‘Old & New London’ published around 1870.

Age: Circa 1870   Size of image (mm): 195 x 135

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4215  Price: £15.00

New Post Office Savings Bank

Description: Fine quality steel engraving of the New Post Office Savings Bank (St Martin’s-Le-Grand) London from Casssell’s ‘Old & New London’ published around 1870.

Age: Circa 1870   Size of image (mm): 195 x 135

Condition: The picture, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount ready for framing.

Ref: 4214  Price: £15.00