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 South West  London p 1.

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View of the River Thames near Westminster Bridge,
showing boat traffic on the River and some windmills and other buildings along the banks. For centuries there was no bridge at Westminster, and by the 18th century traffic had to use a waterman, the horse ferry, or go around London Bridge or Putney Bridge. However this was inadequate by this time as Westminster had grown so much. The bridge was started in 1738 and opened in 1750.  1777 Etching and aquatint Lettered below image with title, followed by "From a Picture in the Possession of David Garrick Esqr", and with production details: "W. Marlow Pinxit / Engraved by V. Green and F. Jukes / Published Febry 20th, 1777 by J. Boydell, Cheapside."



View of the Treasury and Horse Guards
 View of the Banqueting House
View of the Royal palace at Hampton Court
from Thornton's "History of London" published 1784. Benjamin Cole (fl.1723-1767) copied the images and cut plates originally produced for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756)..Later these were used by Cole and Peltro for Thornton's ' New & Complete History & Survey of London & Westminster ' published 1775-80 on smoother paper Copper engraved print, good condition. Size 36 x 24 cms plus margins. £25 full page good borders some minor edge tears  soiling in margins


Old city gates, London: Moorgate, Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Cripplegate, Ludgate, Newgate, Aldersgate, Bridgegate
from Thornton's "History of London" published 1784. Benjamin Cole (fl.1723-1767) copied the images and cut plates originally produced for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756)..Later these were used by Cole and Peltro for Thornton's ' New & Complete History & Survey of London & Westminster ' published 1775-80 on smoother paper Copper engraved print, good condition. Size 36 x 24 cms plus margins. £25 full page wonky  borders some minor soiling



A View of St. James's Palace from  Pall-Mall
A View of the Queen's  Palace formerly Buckiingham House in St james park
A View of St. James's Palace from  the Park

from Thornton's "History of London" published 1784. Benjamin Cole (fl.1723-1767) copied the images and cut plates originally produced for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756)..Later these were used by Cole and Peltro for Thornton's ' New & Complete History & Survey of London & Westminster ' published 1775-80 on smoother paper Copper engraved print, good condition. Size 36 x 24 cms plus margins. £25 full page good borders some minor edge tears

Deans yard

An antique print, drawn, etched and engraved by John Greig (fl.1800. .1843). Originally produced for James Storer and John Greig's part-work publication "Select Views of London and its Environs : Containing a Collection of Highly Finished Engravings" (London : Vernor & Hood, 1804. .1805). Engraved surface 17 x 11cm minimum ie some larger. Etching and line engraving on paper £18 some toning to page edge mark to margin




Westminster Abbey

An antique print, drawn, etched and engraved by John Greig (fl.1800. .1843). Originally produced for James Storer and John Greig's part-work publication "Select Views of London and its Environs : Containing a Collection of Highly Finished Engravings" (London : Vernor & Hood, 1804. .1805). Engraved surface 17 x 11cm minimum ie some larger. Etching and line engraving on paper £20 tinted some toning to page edge repair to margin

Entrance to the Chapel of St Erasmus Westminster
Abbots Tomb

An antique print, drawn, etched and engraved by John Greig (fl.1800. .1843). Originally produced for James Storer and John Greig's part-work publication "Select Views of London and its Environs : Containing a Collection of Highly Finished Engravings" (London : Vernor & Hood, 1804. .1805). Engraved surface 17 x 11cm minimum ie some larger. Etching and line engraving on paper £18 some toning to page edge mark to margin


Chantry and Tomb of Henry 5th, Westminster Abbey

An antique print, drawn, etched and engraved by John Greig (fl.1800. .1843). Originally produced for James Storer and John Greig's part-work publication "Select Views of London and its Environs : Containing a Collection of Highly Finished Engravings" (London : Vernor & Hood, 1804. .1805). Engraved surface 17 x 11cm minimum ie some larger. Etching and line engraving on paper £18 some toning to page edge mark to margin

Westminster Hall

An antique print, drawn, etched and engraved by John Greig (fl.1800. .1843). Originally produced for James Storer and John Greig's part-work publication "Select Views of London and its Environs : Containing a Collection of Highly Finished Engravings" (London : Vernor & Hood, 1804. .1805). Engraved surface 17 x 11cm minimum ie some larger. Etching and line engraving on paper £20 tinted some toning to page edge mark to margin




Suffolk Street Pall Mall East
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793-1864), . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826-1827). Image 28 x 22 cm.Post areaSW1 £8 . . 4 copies



View of the Treasury and Horse Guards View of the Banqueting House
 First published 1738 by G Virtue this engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775..folio 24 x 37 cm £30 SW tinted

£30 SW untinted




View of Kensington Palace, / View of Ranelaugh Gardens near Chelsea /
View of Vauxhall Gardens

Antique engraved print engraved by Lodge or peltro published in Boswell's Antiquities, about 1786 Published according to Act of Parliament, by Alexr. Hogg, No.16, Paternoster Row Copper engraving Page is over foolscap/A4 with a decorative border this print is unmounted £30 tinted

unmounted £30 untinted




INTERIOR & FRONT OF THE CHAPEL KNIGHTSBRIDGE. formerly belonging to the Hospital of Lepers


fold out platePublished by ROBERT. WILKINSON, from Londina Illustrata. London, 1819-25. Some age toning by Schnebbelie engraved by Howlett £25 rare




View of Kensington Palace, / View of Ranelaugh Gardens near Chelsea /
View of Vauxhall Gardens


Antique engraved print engraved by Lodge or peltro published in Boswell's Antiquities, about 1786 Published according to Act of Parliament, by Alexr. Hogg, No.16, Paternoster Row Copper engraving Page is over foolscap/A4 with a decorative borderthis print is unmounted £25

loss to edge and left base corner worth the frame Size 23 x 34 cm £15




The Old Horse Guards,
Built on the site of the former tiltyard of Westminster Palace in 1664. It was demolished in 1749 and was replaced by this seen from St James Park, before the new buildings were erected and the parade ground cleared. Charles II and court going towards the Decoy..Drawn and engraved by Peter Mazell ( fl.1761 - 1802) Date 1749-60 FULL BORDERS ! £30 rare




United Service Military Club House Haymarket & part of the Opera House Colonade
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 16 x 11 cm £8



Ald-gate Bishops-gate

1813 from The history and antiquities of London.by Thomas Pennant, Printed for J. Coxhead, 1813 rare £15 some marking unmounted




New Barracks in Hyde Park
From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £25 rare dated 1797



St Martin's Church ,Westminster;
Antique engraved print from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771. .1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The friends wrote most of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801 . .15) image 11 x 16cm images printed close to edge of page unmounted £12 SW1 £12




A Perspective View of Ranelagh House and Garden.
Engrav'd for the Universal Magazine 1750 for J. Hinton at the Kings Arms in St. Pauls Church Yard London... On the site of ranelagh House next to Chelsea Hospital.The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription .Copper engraving with original folds and as issued size 33 x 22 cm £40 RARE dated 1750



Whitehall Gate said to be by Holbein
from Antiquities of Westminster, The Old Palace; St. Stephen's Chapel, (Now the House of Commons) &c. &c. containing Two Hundred and Forty-Six Engravings of Topographical Objects, of which One Hundred and Twenty-Two no longer remain. This work contains copies of manuscripts which throw new and unexpected light on the ancient history of the arts in England by John Thomas Smith, Published 1807 Bensley London First Edition, 1807.. £55 mega rare




Map Deans Yard/ Armoury/Quakers Meeting House etc
from Antiquities of Westminster, The Old Palace; St. Stephen's Chapel, (Now the House of Commons) &c. &c. containing Two Hundred and Forty-Six Engravings of Topographical Objects, of which One Hundred and Twenty-Two no longer remain. This work contains copies of manuscripts which throw new and unexpected light on the ancient history of the arts in England by John Thomas Smith, Published 1807 Bensley London First Edition, 1807.. £55 mega rare



Old Palace Yard from the South/ Parliament Office/Tower
from Antiquities of Westminster, The Old Palace; St. Stephen's Chapel, (Now the House of Commons) &c. &c. containing Two Hundred and Forty-Six Engravings of Topographical Objects, of which One Hundred and Twenty-Two no longer remain. This work contains copies of manuscripts which throw new and unexpected light on the ancient history of the arts in England by John Thomas Smith, Published 1807 Bensley London First Edition, 1807.. £55 mega rare




The Royal Palace of Whitehall from the Water

from Antiquities of Westminster, The Old Palace; St. Stephen's Chapel, (Now the House of Commons) &c. &c. containing Two Hundred and Forty-Six Engravings of Topographical Objects, of which One Hundred and Twenty-Two no longer remain. This work contains copies of manuscripts which throw new and unexpected light on the ancient history of the arts in England by John Thomas Smith, Published 1807 Bensley London First Edition, 1807. . £55 mega rare



`Monument erected in Chelsea Church yard
TO THE MEMORY OF PHILIP MILLER

From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £15 rare dated 1805




The House of Confucious Kew gardens

From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £15 rare dated 1773



View of the Tread Mill for the employment of prisoners erected at the House of Correction at Brixton. . .

From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £25 rare dated 1822





Carlton House, Pall mall

Antique engraved print from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771. .1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The friends wrote most of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801 . .15) image 11 x 16cm images printed close to edge of page unmounted £12



New Iron Bridge . . Vauxhall ?
Antique engraved print from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771. .1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The friends wrote most of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801 . .15) image 11 x 16cm images printed close to edge of page unmounted £12 £12. . . 2 copies




The Mosque in Kew gardens

From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £15 rare dated 1772 Drawing of mosque designed by William Chambers and built at Kew in 1761



Battersea
Antique engraved print from Dr David Hughson's 'New Description of London' and the area for thirty miles around was a multi-volume illustrated work issued between 1805 and 1809. Published by J Stratford, 112 Holborn Hill. Print image : 118 x 182 mm 'Hughson' was actually the pseudonym of Edward Pughwriting as David Hughson £18 rarer view




North Front of Chelsea Hospital

South Front of the Thames

Engraved by J Green and the painter and illustrator Samuel Wale, first Professor of Perspective at the Royal Academy. from Robert Dodsley's "London and its Environs Described"pub London : R. & J. Dodsley, 1761..Copper line engraving on paper. size 87 x 139mm image £15












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View Banqueting House + View of Treasury & Horse Guards
First published 1738 by G Virtue this engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775..folio 24 x 37 cm £25


Inside  Westminster Abbey+ Inside St pauls
Antique Copper engraving first published 1738 by G Virtue this engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775..folio 24 x 37 cm £25

The Chapel of King Henry VII at Westminster Abbey+ Front view Westminster Hall
Antique Copper engraving first published 1738 by G Virtue this engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775..folio 24 x 37 cm £25 crease base rt corner sent clean



South View of Westminster Hall . . .representing the manner of serving up the first course at the Coronation Banquet 1821

from the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". dated 1818. £20 unmounted RARE creases as issued



East Side of Park Crescent
 Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 16 x 11 cm £8. .x 3






Banqueting House Whitehall
 Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's much scarcer "London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century, " (1829). Image 16 x 11 cm £8. . 2 copies




RESIDENCE OF THE LATE SIR ROBERT PEEL, BART. WHITEHALL GARDENS.

Vignette view of the house at 4 Whitehall Gardens, to the rear of the Banqueting House, where Sir Robert Peel lived both and during his premiership until his death in 1850. Steel engraving published in London by Read & Co., 1855 Mark Lane & the 1828 Corn Exchange . Engraved by William Edward Albutt (fl.1836-1863) from Samuel Read . Originally from the part-work "The World's Metropolis, or Mighty London, Illustrated by a Series of Views Beautifully Engraved on Steel" (London 1851-1855). Image 17 x 22 cm £20




The King's gate at Whitehall leading to Westminster

The Holbein Gate, from Morden and Lea's Map, 1682. Henry VIII constructed two gates. The more important, was called the King's Gate or the Cockpit Gate also now known as the Holbein Gate, from the tradition that it was designed by Hans Holbein,demolished late 18thC. Copper engraving c 1730 Image 19.5 x 13 cm close cut £20





The Entrance of WESTMINSTER-HALL. L'Entrée de la Sale de WESTMUNSTER. [sic]

Drawn by Thomas ROWLANDSON and Augustus Charles PUGIN (1762 .. 1832) Engraved by John BLUCK (London, Exhibited, 1791 - 1819). Published by Rudolph Ackermann in London prior to Microcosm of London and the "Westminster Abbey Portfolio" before pre 1805. Fold as issued 25 x 23 cm plus title and borders £25



Ch de Withal/ Whitehall Palace

Size 15 x 11 cm plus borders .Copper-engraving, published by Allain Manneson MALLET. (1630-1706) "Beschreibung des ganzen Erdkreis" , a German translation of " Description de l' Univers " which was published in Frankfurt in 1719.Rare £45 inc




Westminster Abbey/h
Antique engraved print from Dr David Hughson's 'New Description of London' and the area for thirty miles around was a multi-volume illustrated work issued between 1805 and 1809. Published by J Stratford, 112 Holborn Hill. Print image : 118 x 182 mm 'Hughson' was actually the pseudonym of Edward Pughwriting as David Hughson £15

 


The Cathedral church of St Peters Westminster
here formerly stood the temple of Apollo, which was thrown down by an earthquake .Lucius a King of the bBritains out of the ruins thereof built a small Christian Church anno 170 . . . . . .which Sebert, King of the East Saxons, erected another to St. Peter: this was destroyed by the Danes, and again . . .King Edward the Confessor built it anew,. . . charge of 14,000 pounds c 1730 very rare giving the history of the site beneath the engraving £35


The South prospect of st James Westminster

Benjamin Cole (fl.1723-1767)copied the images and cut plates originally produced for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756)..Later these were used for Thornton's ' New & Complete History & Survey of London & Westminster ' published 1775-80 on smoother paper Part of plate 20 x 20 cm cut into image £15


 Lansdown House,Westminster ;
Antique engraved print from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771. .1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The friends wrote most of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801 . .15) image 11 x 16cm images printed close to edge of page unmounted £12 SW1 £12. . .4 copies inc tinted state if pref




Westminster hall
from William Angus , ( 1752 - 1821 ). Festolini , Gaetano. Publisher. Colnaghi & Co . Date of Execution, 1795. Medium. aquafortis engraving. "£25 Large plate A4 + rare



Army & Navy Club

.from "The World's Metropolis, or Mighty London, Illustrated by a Series of Views Beautifully Engraved on Steel" (London 1851-1855). by T.H.Shepherd, unmounted some age toning to the edge of the page. Image 23 x 16 cm full page £12




Buckingham Palace . . new front

.from "The World's Metropolis, or Mighty London, Illustrated by a Series of Views Beautifully Engraved on Steel" (London 1851-1855). by T.H.Shepherd, unmounted some age toning to the edge of the page. Image 23 x 16 cm full page £12



A View of Old London from Blackheath
WYCK DEL., GODFREY SC. London, 1770s copperplate engraving, Godfrey (engraving); from an original work by Wyck .ublisher: F. Blyth, 87 Cornhill, London.Image size 37 x 20 cm cut to plate but mega rare £20




La Maison Apelle Banqueting House
Charles 1st least favourite building?

From James Beverell's La Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L’Irlande was first published in 1707 in eight volumes very fine plates by J. Goeree (1670-1731) .Etching and line engraving on paper. Pieter van der Aa was a Leiden bookseller and publisher.Image12.5 x 16 cm £45



Vue de Westminster Hall

From James Beverell's La Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L’Irlande was first published in 1707 in eight volumes very fine plates by J. Goeree (1670-1731) .Etching and line engraving on paper. Pieter van der Aa was a Leiden bookseller and publisher.Image12.5 x 16 cm £45 perfect creases as issued




sale de Westminster ou Westminster Hall

From James Beverell's La Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L’Irlande was first published in 1707 in eight volumes very fine plates by J. Goeree (1670-1731) .Etching and line engraving on paper. Pieter van der Aa was a Leiden bookseller and publisher.Image12.5 x 16 cm £45 perfect creases as issued . . . 2 copies



"The Kings Gate, ou Porte Royale de White-Hall, qui conduit à Westminster.

From James Beverell's La Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L’Irlande was first published in 1707 in eight volumes very fine plates by J. Goeree (1670-1731) .Etching and line engraving on paper. Pieter van der Aa was a Leiden bookseller and publisher.Image12.5 x 16 cm £45 perfect creases as issued . . x 3




Eglise de S. Pierre, ou Abbaye de Westminster. I Chapele d'Henry VII.

From James Beverell's La Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de L’Irlande was first published in 1707 in eight volumes very fine plates by J. Goeree (1670-1731) .Etching and line engraving on paper. Pieter van der Aa was a Leiden bookseller and publisher.Image12.5 x 16 cm £20 poor later printing creases as issued


New Buildings Pall Mall East & Club House
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 16 x 11 cm £8 . . x 3 copies also one copy untinted


 

Front View of the New Royal Academy
Drawn by R. Watt;B Coles Engraver/ .This imageshowing some minor revision, was prepared for inclusion in the part-work edition of John Stow's "A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster" Engraved by Benjamin Cole (fl.1723-1767) and originally produced for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756).£15 Close cut lost corner




Duke of York's School Chelsea
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 16 x 11 cm £8 .



The New Buildings for Horse Guards
Antique copper engraved print The London Magazine was originally founded in 1732 as the "London Magazine, or Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer" c1755 . £18 22 x 13 cm




Colonnade Library Warwick House
Antique print Originally produced for Phillips' part-work "Modern London : Being the History and Present State of the British Metropolis" (London : 1804) £18 22 x 13 cm



Chelsea Hospital Stable Buildings
anonymous 24 x 30 cm £12




Westminster Abbey and St margaret's Church
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 16 x 11 cm £8** . . .3 copies



London. Kip (Joannes), St. James's House,
 early 18th century, uncoloured engraved birds-eye view after L.Knyff, one closed tear across image, approx. 350 x 470 mm, with royal arms, approx. 350 x 485 mm, mounted Condition:a closed tear, from the bottom edge visible under a glass but ok otherwis,e good margins Price £155




St. James Palace and Park. London: 1708-49.
 Copper engraving by Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches. Condition:a f closed tear, from the bottom fold visible under a glass but ok otherwise good margins Price £155
 



St. James Palace and Park.
Original copperplate engraving by the famous engraver and cartographer Pierre Van Der Aa (1659-1733) published for the miniature edition of Estates of Great Britain and Ireland. London c1727 by James Beeverell. size to the plate mark is 5.1/2 x 6.1/2 inches or (14 x 16cm) mounted £18




Italian Opera house Haymarket
 Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864) who was employed by Frederick Crace for a series of drawings of London. Many of the engravings include figures, carriages or boats . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 16 x 11 cm £8. . x 3



  WESTMINSTER HALL
from Dugdale steel engravings from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms £6 mounted









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