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Clarendon House, Picadilly
 Claredon House, was a town mansion which stood on Piccadilly in London, England from the 1660s to the 1680s. It was built for the powerful politician Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon and was the grandest private London residence of its era.Clarendon House was built between that year and 1667 to designs by Roger Pratt. It was set well back from the street behind a courtyard. The central section had nine bays and the two side wings were each three bays wide. The house was built on the double pile plan, meaning that it was two rooms deep, and had two main storeys of roughly equal height. There was a raised basement below and a tall attic storey with dormer windows above. The roof was flat and balustrated and topped with a cupola. The style was typical of the English fashion of the day, clearly influenced by classical principals, symmetrical and pedimented, but lacking any classical orders. Little is known about the interior layout beyond what can be surmised from the exterior, from Pratt's other works, and from the conventions of the time. It probably had a large top lit central staircase hall and a series of state apartments. It had 101 hearths. Clarendon House was praised both by contemporaries and by later architectural critics. John Evelyn thought it was "the best contriv'd, the most useful, graceful and magnificent house in England". Three hundred years later, John Summerson wrote: "Clarendon House was among the first great classical houses to be built in London and easily the most striking of them." It was to prove an influential model for future English houses, but its impact was felt much more in the design of country houses than London mansions. Belton House in Lincolnshire, which is sometimes said to be the exemplar of the English country house, was closely based on Clarendon House. In 1667, the same year that his house was finished, Clarendon fell from favour. His image had not been helped by the grandeur of his mansion, which is believed to have cost around £40,000. Among the many allegations against him it was charged that he has appropriated stone intended for repairs to St. Paul's Cathedral after the Great Fire to build his house. That same year, on 14 June 1667, Samuel Pepys recorded in his diary: "...some rude people have been... at my Lord Clarendon's where they cut down the trees before his house and broke his windows." In response to the allegations, the King abandoned his former favourite. In 1667, Clarendon fled to France, where he died in 1674. In 1675, his heirs sold Clarendon House to Christopher Monck, 2nd Duke of Albemarle for £26,000, and in 1683, Albemarle resold it to a consortium of investors led by Sir Thomas Bond, the latter of whom demolished it and built Dover Street, Albemarle Street, and Bond Street on the site. Albemarle Street ran right through the centre of the site of the house, which had faced directly down St. James's Street. This engraving is by T Spilbergh and engraved by W Skillman it is in quite good condition some small stress tears to the folds and light toning; heavier to the top edge borders of about 1cmm to page edge ie printed to a snug fit paper . VERY RARE £265 inc ..



View of a Crescent as Planned by Mr Dance and proposed to be built by Mr Hedger in St George's Fields in honour of Mr Howard

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. £45 rare folds as issued, dated 1786 soiled to one fold easily cleaned


The Pantheon in Oxford Street, The Front of Drury Lane Theatre
Originally produced for Hogg's partwork publication "The New, Complete, and Universal History, Description and Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster" written by "A Society of Gentlemen" and revised by William Thornton.. Copper engraved print by Carey published in London : by Alexander Hogg, 1784/6. £25




Westminster hall
uncoloured 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 writing as David Hughson £15




A street view showing part of the improvement of London, and leading to Smith (late Smith & Warners,) new superfine Colour Manufactory, removed from 208, Piccadilly, to No. 34, Marylebone Street, Piccadilly, at the back of and next to the County Fire Office..Haymarket up Tichborne St
Mega rare Etching with aqutint by Reeve Printed by Augustus Charles Pugin Published by C Smith as an advert c 1830 £20 not in BM



London Docks
Copper engraving with original hand colouring Published by the Bureau of Industry, Weimar, Germany 1792-1810 Size Plate 180 x 227 mm from 'Bilderbuch für Kinder, enthaltend eine angenehme Sammlung von Thieren, Pflanzen, Blumen, Früchten, Mineralien, Trachten [Children's Picture Book Containing a Collection of Animals, Plants, Flowers, Fruits, Minerals, Clothing] by Carl Bertuch £40 inc delivery.




A View of the Cascade and West Front of the Earl of Burlington's House at Chiswick".

Antique copper line engraving from A NEW DISPLAY OF THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND... Public Edificies, Royal Palaces, Seats etc. Published in London 1773 for R. Goadby, J. Towers in Fore Street near Cripplegate.Size is about 12.5 x 20 cm sunned/toned £12 unmounted
 



View of Burlington House and Albany in Piccadilly
Antique copper engraved print from 'the European Magazine, and London Review,' which ran from 1808 to12 published and edited by James Asperne (1757 to1820) .It was in direct competition with the Gentleman's Magazine. Its founding editor, James Perry soon passed proprietorship to Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite. RARE £20missing

 

View of Portman Square's north side
Rowlandson & Pugin del et Sculpt. J.C. Stadler Aquat. London, Pub. Full page Original Aquatint from .The "Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics, commonly known as Ackermann's Repository, after Rudolph Ackermann, its publisher .... first appeared in London in 1809 as a monthly publication Dated 1811 at 101 Strand Image 20 x 12 cm £25




Entrance to London Docks
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.

£10. overtinted



Asylum for Female Orphans Westminster

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 4




Royal palace Kensington

Antique small steel engraved print from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms. mounted/bagged NW1 £10 mounted tinted.



Plan of Westminster Hall and Abbey/ / /Coronation of King George IV 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". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £25 rare folds as issued printed off the edge of the page




View of the Back part of the Cassina and River in Chiswick Gardens Antique copper line engraving from 'A NEW DISPLAY OF THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND... Public Edificies, Royal Palaces, Seats etc.' Published in London 1773 for R. Goadby, J. Towers in Fore Street near Cripplegate.Size is about 12.5 x 20 cm (5 x 8 inches) £12



Entrance to the Chapel of St Erasmus, Westminster & The Abbots Tombs
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 £15




Dr Stukelys Scheme . . Sinking Pier at Westminster Bridge 1749

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. £20 rare clippled page ie short margins



The New Athenaeum Waterloo Place
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,,x 2 untinted




The Pantheon
The Pantheon, was a place of public entertainment on the south side of Oxford Street, London, England. It was designed by James Wyatt and opened in 1772.Original hand Coloured Aquatint engraving from the Repository of Arts and Ackermann's Seats ie old original colour Illustration from The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics By R. Ackermann. Published in 1809 - 1828. Unmounted £25



Kensington palace
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 writing as David Hughson £15




Entrance to London, Oxford Street
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 writing as David Hughson £18 rarer view



Lunatic Hospital,St Lukes**
 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 £6 . .





Londres
French steel engraving actually a brilliant view from the river under the new ( 1831) bridge of Westminster etc full page £12 . ..



North Side of the Strand, between Exeter Change and the May-pole, on July 7, 1713, with the assemblage of the Charity Children at the time of the Procession of both Houses of Parliament to St. Paul's Cathedral <-WITH->

 

From E. W. Brayley's four-volume Londiniana (1828/9) . (15 x 4inches.) with folds as issued tipped onto paper. £20 some staining extreme left base corner



Hungerford Market
 By Winkles (steel engraver) and Tombleson (artist) with Tombleson's decorative borders from Thombleson's Views of the Thames & Medway (1833-1834) £24




St George's Chapel ,REGENTS Street c
 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 + 1 mounted



Buildings on the East Side of Regent Street
 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 2




Part of Regent Street; East Side 3
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 2



Westminster hall

Antique copper engraved print fc 1760 very detailed , quality image but anonymous £15 unmounted




Westminster hall
Antique steel engraved print from published in Lambert's History of London, 1805. £12 unmounted






The New Exchange
Die Borse
Image 8.6x13 cm, Engraving on steel c 1820 Published (Eigenthum de Verleger ) d Kunstanst d Bibliogr de Heildbh from The Bibliographisches Institut original version of journal, Meyer's Universum, from 1833 to 1864, £10




The Transept of the Great Exhibition

 large plate steel engraving £12 . ..



View of the Queen's walk/ Green park

Edward Dayes (b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker. He is chiefly remembered for his topographical watercolours. Originally produced for Henry Hunter's part-work "The History of London and its Environs" published serially between 1796 and 1811.Copper line engraving on paper. Engraved surface 20 x 26cm £65 mega rare




View of Hyde park Corner

Edward Dayes (b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker. He is chiefly remembered for his topographical watercolours. Originally produced for Henry Hunter's part-work "The History of London and its Environs" published serially between 1796 and 1811.mezzotint on paper. Engraved surface 20 x 26cm £65 mega rare



All Souls Church Langham Place**
 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 £6 . x 3






Westminster Bridge London Docks
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 £12



Park Entrance Sion House
 J Gendall. Aquat. London, Pub. Full page Original Aquatint from .The "Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics, commonly known as Ackermann's Repository, after Rudolph Ackermann, its publisher .... first appeared in London in 1809 as a monthly publication Dated 1811 at 101 Strand 23 x 14 cm £30 clean & perfect




London Docks
 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




St Philips Chapel Regent Street;
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 £4 damaged. ..

x 2 £8 Perfect mounted




Part of Regent Street; West Side 2
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. . 4 copies one tinted state if pref

Double Lock & East Entrance Islington Tunnel
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. . mounted



 Kensington palace £20 large plate



Egyptian Hall Piccadilly
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. . sold


New Post Office
St Martins Le Grand
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



Penitentiary Millbank
 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. .mounted




Lord Grosvenor's Gallery, ParkLane
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

Regent Circus Oxford Street
from Dugdale steel engravings from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms £6 tinted Mounted


Regent Street The Quadrant
from Dugdale steel engravings from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms £6 tinted Mounted
















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Part of the East Side of Regent Street;

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 2 + 1 mounted




Part of Regent Street; West Side 3
 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. . +



Part of Regent Street; East Side 4
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 2




Part of Regent Street; West Side 4
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. .



St Mary le Bone Chapel St John's wood Road
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 £6 . .2 copies




St Lawrences King Street
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. . 2 copies

St James Piccadilly St Peter le Poor Broad St
 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 £6 . .2 copies


The Old Bull and Mouth Inn St martins le Grand
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 . tinted mounted



pantheon Oxford Street
 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 £4 mucky




New bridge over The Serpentine Hyde park
 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. .



Regent Street;fom the Quadrant
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. . 2 copies + 1 mounted




Cavendish Square,south side,
 from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771&endash;1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The two friends wrote part of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801&endash;15) image 11 x 16cm app £12**



Burlington House Piccadilly
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 .. 1 x tinted, i1 x original




The Quadrant and part of Regent Street
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. .






ROYAL EXCHANGE; GRESHAM COLLEGE AS IT WAS BEFORE THE EXCISE OFFICE WAS BUILT
images 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




St Andrew's Church,Holborn St Sepulchre's Church,Snow Hill
images 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



CHURCHES OF ST GILES IN THE FIELDS; ST GEORGES/HANOVER SQUARE; ST JAMES /WESTMINSTER; ST ANNES/WESTMINSTER; ST GEORGES/QUEEN SQUARE; TEMPLE BAR
images 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 W2



 Chapel of Ease, St Mary le Bone Stafford New Road
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864), . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image 28 x 22 cm £6**



ST GEORGES Hospital Hyde park Corner View of the Middlesex Hospital near Oxford Street
 images 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



ST GEORGES Hospital Hyde park Corner View of the Middlesex Hospital near Oxford Street View of the Christ's Hospital & Church near Newgate Street
 images 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 . 2 copies




Exeter hall Strand
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" £15 unmounted RARE . will be cleaned first



Great Portland Street
 dated 1808 copper line engraving £10




View in Regent Street
Antique steel engraved print by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793 to 1864), . Originally produced for Shepherd's "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" (1826 to1827). Image £12 large format app 10 x 8 in



Harmonic Institution; Regent Street
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 £6**2 copies + 1 mounted



 St James Bazaar
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£6**mounted and tinted 2 x copies



The Duke of Yorks Column,St james park
Dugdale ** £6 . . 3 x copies




St Mary's Church, Wyndham Place & District Rectory, to St Mary le Bone;London, ....1828**

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 £6 x 4



Cavendish Square
from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771&endash;1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The two friends wrote part of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801&endash;15) image 11 x 16cm app. he printed large pics to small paper£12 unmo




New Lodge ,Victoria Park
Antique small steel engraved print from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms. mounted/bagged £10

St Dunstans in the East
from Beauties of England & Wales by John Britton (1771&endash;1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The two friends wrote part of Beauties of England and Wales (18 vol., in 25, 1801&endash;15) image 11 x 16cm app. he printed large pics to small paper£12 unmo


Entrance to the Kings palace Hyde park
 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 £6 . . 2 copies



Westminster hall
 Original drawn by Dewint, engraved by Charles heath, published by I. T. Hinton, 4 Warwick Square, London,1830. £12mounted tinted




ARMY & NAVY CLUBHOUSE
Antique small steel engraved print from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms. mounted/bagged £10



View of Chiswick From the River
Anonymous copper engraving c 1760 Large 28 x 17 cm . .. now disguised by the flyover sysytem ! £20 closer cut but mega rare




View of the Back part of the Cassina and River in Chiswick Gardens
 from Hogg Engraved for the The New British Traveller, or a Complete Modern Traveller ... Printed for Alex Hogg at the Kings Arms No 16 Paternoster-Row 1774 38 x 24 cm £20



W2 One of the New Lodges ;Hyde Park**
 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£6 . .2 copies




Grand Entrance to Hyde Park; Piccadily*
* 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 £6. . .2 copies



Junction of the Regent's Canal Paddington
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 £5 mucky

+ 1 mounted perfect @ £10




The Albany Piccadily**
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 £6. . .watermarked



Christ's Hospital from the Cloisters
Antique engraved print from THE CHURCHES OF LONDON. A History & Description of the Ecclesiastical Edifices of the |Metropolis.... Illustrated by numerous plates engraved by J. LeKeux from drawings by Robert Wm. Billings.,by John John Britton (1771. .1857), 1838 image 21 x 20cm I unmounted £12




Paddington**
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 £12 1808



HAWELL.W5
 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 £12 1808

 



Apsley House,Hyde park Corner
Antique steel engraved print byThomas 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). 16 x 11 cm £6** . . 2 copies + 1 mounted @ £10




Apsley House,Hyde park Corner
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 + 1 mounted



New Government Mews Princes Street, Story's Gate Westminster

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 2




Parliament House from Old Palace yard 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. .mounted


The New Hall Christ's Hospital
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 2




Burlington Arcade Piccadilly
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. .. tinted








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