Navy Portraits 3.

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Commodore Griffith
From an Original Miniature in the Possession of Capt Walter Booth .../Walter Griffith, Esq. Commander of a division of his Majesty's ships and vessels at Rhode Island.Walter Griffith (died 1779) was an officer of the Royal Navy during the American War of Independence. Griffith was of an old family long settled in Merionethshire. Stipple engraving, engraved by Chapman sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published , 98 Pall mall engraved Chapman from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE,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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . £16 unmounted b




General Kingsley


Gen William Kingsley (military/naval; British; Male; 1698/69 - 1769) Governor of Fort William .Copper Line engraved by Guillaume Philippe Benoist (1725 - 1800) Size 8.5 x 7.3 cm. Plate from Tobias Smollett's 'History of England ', Published 1757. £16 unmounted



Marquis of Granby
Stipple engraving, engraved by Chapman sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published , 98 Pall mall engraved Chapman from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE,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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . £16 unmounted b toned




Marquis of Granby
Stipple engraving from The Life of the Most Noble Arthur, Duke of Wellington: From His ..., Volume 1 By C.H. Gifford 1816 Sold from W. LEWIS ANn CO. 9, Old Fish-street, Doctors' Commons; Scarce £16 light toning



Marquis of Granby
Lieutenant-General John Manners, Marquess of Granby PC, (2 January 1721 – 18 October 1770), British soldier, was the eldest son of the 3rd Duke of Rutland. As he did not outlive his father, he was known by his father's subsidiary title, Marquess of Granby. Granby served in the Seven Years' War as overall commander of the British troops on the battlefield and was subsequently rewarded with the post of Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was popular with his troops and many public houses are still named after him today.Stipple engraving, Copper Line engraved for the Universal Magazine for J. Hinton at ye Kings Arms, Newgate Street (Circa1749) The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription. at H.D.Symonds dated 1805 £18 unmounted





General Kingsley
Gen William Kingsley (military/naval; British; Male; 1698/69 - 1769) Governor of Fort William Copper engraving in a ribboned frame from Continuation of the Complete History of England.: By Tobias Smollett Published 1760-1 Printed for Richard Baldwin He used eight main engravers...Smollett considered his continuation of A Complete History of England to be his major work, and one that he produced during his short prison sentence for libel. Size 135 mm x 102 mm paper £12 x 8



General Kingsley
Gen William Kingsley (military/naval; British; Male; 1698/69 - 1769) Governor of Fort William . After Reynolds, illustration to the Naval Chronicle (1800) Lettered below image "J. Chapman sculp." "General Kingsley" and "Publish'd as the Act directs Apr. 1: 1800" Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. x 2 £16




Sir Robert Brice Kingsmill, 1st Baronet
(1730 – 23 November 1805) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the Seven Years' War, the American War of Independence and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in a career that spanned nearly 60 years. Kingsmill was a contemporary and close friend of Lord Nelson, and was one of the prominent Royal Navy admirals of his time referred to as "The Conquerors of the Seas," illustrated in Piercy Roberts' 1800 engraving. Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published by the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b "J. F. Abbot Esq pinx" "Roberts sc" "Sir Thomas Paisley Bart." and "Pub.d by Bunney & Gold Shoe Lane, 1801 £16 x 5



Marquis of Granby
engrave by Ridley, published on 29 September 1804 by Vernor & Hood in Poultry., From The Monthly Mirror (1795-1811). Founded by Thomas Bellamy By J. Wright, Si. John's Square, Clerkenwell publishedby Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, in the Poultry ; unmounted b x 3 unmounted b £15 scarce dated




Marquis of Granby
Copperplate portrait, engraved by Miamet. published in Copper engraving in a ribboned frame from Continuation of the Complete History of England.: By Tobias Smollett Published 1760-1 Printed for Richard Baldwin He used eight main engravers...Smollett considered his continuation of A Complete History of England to be his major work, and one that he produced during his short prison sentence for libel. Size 135 mm x 102 mm paper £12 unmounted b x 4



Marquis of Granby
Lieutenant-General John Manners, Marquess of Granby PC, (2 January 1721 – 18 October 1770), British soldier, was the eldest son of the 3rd Duke of Rutland. As he did not outlive his father, he was known by his father's subsidiary title, Marquess of Granby. Granby served in the Seven Years' War as overall commander of the British troops on the battlefield and was subsequently rewarded with the post of Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was popular with his troops and many public houses are still named after him today.Copper Line engraved by Guillaume Philippe Benoist (1725 - 1800) Size 8.5 x 7.3 cm. Plate from Tobias Smollett's 'History of England ', Published 1757. £16 unmounted




James Luttrell
(c. 1751 – 23 December 1788) was an officer in the Royal Navy who served during the American War of Independence. He also had a political career as a Member of Parliament. Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, 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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE £16 unmounted b x 4 engraved by Millar dated 1783 x 3



Earl of St Vincent
Stipple Engraving Published by JJ.Robins , engraved by C.Penny for the New British Lady's Magazine' dated 1818Size image 145 x 104 mm £15 unmounted b




Admiral Earl of St Vincent
Stipple engraving, Engraved by W. Greatbatch Size 214 mm x 131 mm From The Naval History of Great Britain from the Declaration of War by France in 1793 to the Accession of George IV. New Ed. - London, Bentley 1837 £12 b x 4



Sir John Jervis KB
Antique portrait by and published by Ridley stipple engraving, published 1805. From The Monthly Mirror (1795-1811). Founded by Thomas Bellamy By J. Wright, Sr. John's Square, Clerkenwell publishedby Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, in the Poultry ; unmounted b unmounted b £15 scarce 1797 b sent clean




The Rt Hon Earl of St Vincent
Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published by the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b "J. F. Abbot Esq pinx" "Roberts sc" "Sir Thomas Paisley Bart." and "Pub.d by Bunney & Gold Shoe Lane, Dec. 1. 1800" b xprinted off page by dozy printer



The Rt Hon Earl of St Vincent
Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, 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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE £16 unmounted b x 4 engraved by Ridley dated 1795


The Rt Hon Earl of Vincent
Admiral of the Fleet John Jervis, 1st Earl of St Vincent GCB, PC (9 January 1735 – 14 March 1823) was an admiral in the Royal Navy and Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom. Jervis served throughout the latter half of the 18th century and into the 19th, and was an active commander during the Seven Years' War, American War of Independence, French Revolutionary War and the Napoleonic Wars. He is best known for his victory at the 1797 Battle of Cape Saint Vincent, from which he earned his titles, and as a patron of Horatio Nelson. Stipple engraving, Copper Line engraved for the Universal Magazine for J. Hinton at ye Kings Arms, Newgate Street (Circa1749) The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription. at H.D.Symonds dated 1805 £18 unmounted b x 2 one is toned




Sir Thomas Paisley Bar.t
Sir Thomas Pasley,
Vice Admiral of the Red Squadron
Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley, 1st Baronet (2 March 1734 – 29 November 1808) was a senior and highly experienced British Royal Navy officer of the eighteenth century, who served with distinction at numerous actions of the Seven Years' War, American Revolutionary War and French Revolutionary Wars. In his youth he was renowned as an efficient and able frigate officer and in later life became a highly respected squadron commander in the Channel Fleet. It was during the latter service when he was awarded his baronetcy after losing a leg at the Glorious First of June, aged 60. Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published by the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b "J. F. Abbot Esq pinx" "Roberts sc" "Sir Thomas Paisley Bart." and "Pub.d by Bunney & Gold Shoe Lane, Dec. 1. 1800" b x 3




Sir Thomas Paisley Bar.t
Sir Thomas Pasley,
Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley, 1st Baronet (2 March 1734 – 29 November 1808) was a senior and highly experienced British Royal Navy officer of the eighteenth century, who served with distinction at numerous actions of the Seven Years' War, American Revolutionary War and French Revolutionary Wars. In his youth he was renowned as an efficient and able frigate officer and in later life became a highly respected squadron commander in the Channel Fleet. It was during the latter service when he was awarded his baronetcy after losing a leg at the Glorious First of June, aged 60. Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, 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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE £16 unmounted b x 4




Sir George Pocock (1706-1792)
Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Admiral Sir George Pocock, KB (6 March 1706 – 3 April 1792) was a British officer of the Royal Navy. Copper Line engraved for the Universal Magazine for J. Hinton at ye Kings Arms, Newgate Street (Circa1749) The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription. £18 unmounted b x 2 one is clipped to plate mark






Sir Charles Morice Pole bart t
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Morice Pole, 1st Baronet (18 January 1757 – 6 September 1830) naval officer and colonial governor born England and died Denham Abbey, Hertfordshire, England. Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, 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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE £18unmounted b x 3 1803




Sir George Pocock (1706-1792)
Admiral of the Blue Squadron Admiral Sir George Pocock, KB (6 March 1706 – 3 April 1792) was a British officer of the Royal Navy. Copper Line engraved by Guillaume Philippe Benoist (1725 - 1800) Size 8.5 x 7.3 cm. Plate from Tobias Smollett's 'History of England ', Published 1757. £16 unmounted b x 2






Admiral Pocock
Admiral Sir George Pocock, KB (6 March 1706 – 3 April 1792) was a British officer of the Royal Navy. Copperplate portrait, engraved by Miller. published in Copper engraving in a ribboned frame from Continuation of the Complete History of England.: By Tobias Smollett Published 1760-1 Printed for Richard Baldwin He used eight main engravers...Smollett considered his continuation of A Complete History of England to be his major work, and one that he produced during his short prison sentence for libel. Size 135 mm x 102 mm paper £12 unmounted b x 4



Sir George Pocock (1706-1792)
Admiral Sir George Pocock, KB (6 March 1706 – 3 April 1792) was a British officer of the Royal Navy. Stipple engraving, from 'Naval biography; or, The history and lives of distinguished characters in the British Navy: from the earliest period of history to the present time,' engraved by Harding sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published 1802 by Edw Harding, 98 Pall mall £16 unmounted b x q2





Sir George Pocock (1706-1792) pl2
Admiral Sir George Pocock, KB (6 March 1706 – 3 April 1792) was a British officer of the Royal Navy. Stipple engraving, from 'Naval biography; or, The history and lives of distinguished characters in the British Navy: from the earliest period of history to the present time,' engraved by Harding sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published 1802 by Edw Harding, 98 Pall mall £16 unmounted b



Sir William Sidney Smith, of Sweden
KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840)
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, mostly engraved by Henry R. Cook, (fl. 1800-1845) from 'The Naval chronicle : containing a general and biographical history of the royal navy of the United kingdom with a variety of original papers on nautical subjects ([1799-1818]) ', sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published 1808 by at the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b x4







Sir William Sidney Smith


Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving,from a small printed magazine on 'English Israelites' ie a Jewish magazine published by Jones & Bumford, 1808.b x 2 £16b unmounted




Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith (1764-1840), hero of Acre (1799).

Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny rare engraving from Graphic history of the Life Exploits et Death of Lord Viscount Nelson By Edward Orme Published by Edward Orme, Printseller in Ordinary to the King & Royal Family, No.59 Corner of Brook Street in Bond Street, London 1805  sold


Sir William Sydney Smith

Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. published by Allen & West, 1 October 1796 £16 unmounted b x 4




Sir Sidney Smith
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Original antique copper stipple engraving from 'The Ladys Magazine' . The Magazine, was published as a joint venture between the bookseller John Coote and publisher John Wheble later sold to George Robinson and John Roberts between (1770 - 1800). engraved The Lady's Magazine or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated Solely to Their Use and Amusement, was a British fashion magazine produced every month from 1770 until 1837 and cost six pence per copy.. Dated 1819 £15 unmounted b £16b unmounted



Sir William Sydney Smith
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny from The public characters of Europe; Containing The Lives of all the eminent men now, living, who have performed conspicuos parts in the political transactions of the last twety-five years.
by Francis Gibbon, Published June 26th by A. Whellier, Warwick Square 1815 £16b unmounted












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Sir William Sidney Smith Knt
Rear Admiral of the Blue
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, Copper Line engraved for the Universal Magazine for J. Hinton at ye Kings Arms, Newgate Street (Circa1749) The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription. at H.D.Symonds dated 1806 £18 unmounted b  clipped to plate mark



Sir Sydney Smith
Rear Admiral of the Blue
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. by J. Chapman sculp' Engraved for Mackenzie & Dent's Select Biography London Publish'd May 1. 1797, by H. D. Symonds Pater-Noster Row. £16b unmounted





Sir Sydney Smith
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, engraved by J.Chapman (active1792-1823. ) , published in 1798. Copper engraved antique print, very good condition. Size 11 x 16.5 cms to plate mark, £16b unmounted


Sir Sidney Smith

Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, Published Engraved by Jas Wallis. // London, Pubd by Jae Wallis, 77 Berwick Strt Soho, S.A. Oddy, 20 Warwick La. J. Goodwin, 10 Ave Maria Lane, and Davies & Eldridge, Exeter.... located one copy in McGill rare 1805 engraving £30 unmounted





Sir Sydney Smith Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published c1800 £16 unmounted b




Captain Sir James Alexander Gordon R.N
Sir James Alexander Gordon, KCB (6 October 1782 – 8 January 1869) was a distinguished British officer in the Royal Navy. He spent 75 years in the service, rising from the rank of midshipman to admiral of the fleet, and seeing action in the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812. Historian Bryan Perrett has suggested that his career was the model for events in the Horatio Hornblower novels of C. S. Forester. Stipple engraving, Engraved by W. Greatbatch Size 214 mm x 131 mm From The Naval History of Great Britain from the Declaration of War by France in 1793 to the Accession of George IV. New Ed. - London, Bentley 1837 £12 b x 4




Sir Sidney Smith
Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith, KCB, GCTE, FRS (21 June 1764 – 26 May 1840) was a British naval officer. Serving in the American and French revolutionary wars, he later rose to the rank of admiral. Napoleon Bonaparte, reminiscing later in his life, said of him: "That man made me miss my destiny Stipple engraving, from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, 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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE £18 unmounted b 1794 laid to paper clipped to plate mark



Sir James Saumarez bart
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Admiral James Saumarez, 1st Baron de Saumarez (or Sausmarez), GCB (11 March 1757 – 9 October 1836) was an admiral of the British Royal Navy, notable for his victory at the Battle of Algeciras. Stipple engraving, mostly engraved by Henry R. Cook, (fl. 1800-1845) from 'The Naval chronicle : containing a general and biographical history of the royal navy of the United kingdom with a variety of original papers on nautical subjects ([1799-1818]) ', sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published 1808 by at the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b x 3






Sir James Saumarez bart
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron Admiral James Saumarez, 1st Baron de Saumarez (or Sausmarez), GCB (11 March 1757 – 9 October 1836) was an admiral of the British Royal Navy, notable for his victory at the Battle of Algeciras. Stipple engraving, from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, 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 the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE £18 unmounted b 1801



A the Rt. Hon. Sir George Rooke, Vice Admiral of England Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Stipple engraving, mostly engraved by Henry R. Cook, (fl. 1800-1845) from 'The Naval chronicle : containing a general and biographical history of the royal navy of the United kingdom with a variety of original papers on nautical subjects ([1799-1818]) ', sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published 1808 by at the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b x 3 1815




the Rt. Hon. Sir George Rooke, Vice Admiral of England Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Copper Line engraved for the Universal Magazine for J. Hinton at ye Kings Arms, Newgate Street (Circa1749) The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription. £18 unmounted b x 2



Sir George Rooke. Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Antique Copper Line engraved by Guillaume Philippe Benoist (1725 - 1800) Size 8.5 x 7.3 cm. Plate from Tobias Smollett's 'History of England ', Published 1757. £16 unmounted b x 2





Sir George Rooke. Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Antique copper engraving by and published by Edward Harding, after Michael Dahl stipple engraving, published 1799 Size190 mm x 136 mm plate size .From 'The British Cabinet; containing portraits of illustrious personages, with biographical memoirs', by John Adolphus, published by E. Harding, 2 vols., 1799, 1800. £16b unmounted



Sir George Rooke.
Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Copper engraving from Naval history of Great Britain, including the history and lives of the British admirals by John WILLETT PAYNE, ESQ. (23 April 1752 – 17 November 1803) scarce £18b unmounted

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Sir George Rooke.
Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Stipple engraving, sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. by J. Chapman sculp' Engraved for Mackenzie & Dent's Select Biography London Publish'd May 1. 1797, by H. D. Symonds Pater-Noster Row. £16b unmounted



Sir Thomas Mackenzie Esq,
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Admiral Thomas Mackenzie (1753 – 20 September 1813) was a prominent British Royal Navy officer of the late eighteenth century. Mackenzie's career, while successful, was blighted by a series of controversies that limited his opportunities and command, resulting in his placement in reserve for the last 19 years of his career. Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published by the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b "J. F. Abbot Esq pinx" "Roberts sc" and "Pub.d by Bunney & Gold Shoe Lane, Dec. 1. 1800" b x 6



Sir George Rooke.
Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709

Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Rooke (1650 – 24 January 1709) was an English naval commander. He is known for his service in the wars against France and particularly remembered today for his victory at Vigo Bay and for capturing Gibraltar for England in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession. Stipple engraving After John Faber, the Younger (British, ca. 1695–1756) by Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, Florence 1728–1815 Lisbon) Published by R. Faulder (London) November 1, 1794. Book-illustration to 'Biographia Navalis' (John Charnock: London, 1794-98). 1794 some soiling would wash £18b unmounted



Howard earl of Nottingham
Lord High Admiral
Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham (1536 – 14 December 1624), known as Howard of Effingham, was an English statesman and Lord High Admiral under Elizabeth I and James I. He was commander of the English forces during the battles against the Spanish Armada and was chiefly responsible for the victory that saved England from invasion by the Spanish Empire. Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published by the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b "J. F. Abbot Esq pinx" "Roberts sc" "Sir Thomas Paisley Bart." and "Pub.d by Bunney & Gold Shoe Lane, Dec. 1. 1807" b x 4




Howard earl of Nottingham
Lord High Admiral
Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham (1536 – 14 December 1624), known as Howard of Effingham, was an English statesman and Lord High Admiral under Elizabeth I and James I. He was commander of the English forces during the battles against the Spanish Armada and was chiefly responsible for the victory that saved England from invasion by the Spanish Empire. Copper engraving sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. from "The naval history of Great Britain; from the earliest times to the..." by Frederic Hervey 1779 Creased top left corner £16



Richard Kempenfelt
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Richard Kempenfelt (1718 – 29 August 1782) was a British rear-admiral who gained a reputation as a naval innovator. He is best known for his victory against the French at the Second Battle of Ushant and for his death when the HMS Royal George accidentally sank at Portsmouth the following year. Stipple engraving, , sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. Published by the Naval Chronicle Office 103 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. £16 unmounted b "J. F. Abbot Esq pinx" "Roberts sc" "Sir Thomas Paisley Bart." and "Pub.d by Bunney & Gold Shoe Lane, Dec. 1. 1807" b x 5




Admiral Kempenfelt
Richard Kempenfelt (1718 – 29 August 1782) was a British rear-admiral who gained a reputation as a naval innovator. He is best known for his victory against the French at the Second Battle of Ushant and for his death when the HMS Royal George accidentally sank at Portsmouth the following year. Copper engraving by J. Walker (active 1782) £16 x 2



Richard Kempenfelt
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Richard Kempenfelt (1718 – 29 August 1782) was a British rear-admiral who gained a reputation as a naval innovator. He is best known for his victory against the French at the Second Battle of Ushant and for his death when the HMS Royal George accidentally sank at Portsmouth the following year. SAntique copper engraving from London Magazine (London, ENGLAND) The London Magazine was originally founded in 1732 as the "London Magazine, or Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer". It ran from 1732 to 1785 in political opposition to the Tory-based Gentleman's Magazine Pub. Hogg. . Image size normally 17 x 11+ cm unmounted . £16 unmounted b x




Adm. Kempenfelt
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Richard Kempenfelt (1718 – 29 August 1782) was a British rear-admiral who gained a reputation as a naval innovator. He is best known for his victory against the French at the Second Battle of Ushant and for his death when the HMS Royal George accidentally sank at Portsmouth the following year. Illustration in: History of the war with America, France, Spain, and Holland : commencing in 1775 and ending in 1783 Publish'd by J. Fielding, Pater noster Row, 1785 April 27. Copper engraving dated 1786 £20 x 2



Adm. Kempenfelt
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Richard Kempenfelt (1718 – 29 August 1782) was a British rear-admiral who gained a reputation as a naval innovator. He is best known for his victory against the French at the Second Battle of Ushant and for his death when the HMS Royal George accidentally sank at Portsmouth the following year. Unlocated anywhere so rare copper engraving very naive some marking as seen can clean if wished £16




Adm. Kempenfelt
Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron
Richard Kempenfelt (1718 – 29 August 1782) was a British rear-admiral who gained a reputation as a naval innovator. He is best known for his victory against the French at the Second Battle of Ushant and for his death when the HMS Royal George accidentally sank at Portsmouth the following year. Unlocated anywhere so rare copper engraving Published January 1782 by Robert Pollard, Engraver, No.15 Baynes Row, & by Thomas Macklin, 39 Fleet st Drawn by Kettle engraved Pollard toned £16



Sir Tretswell Holles /Sir Frescheville Holles
(British; Male; 1641 - 1672) Also known as Sir Tretswell Holles Naval commander; killed in the battle of Solebay. Copperplate engraving from Richardson's "Portraits illustrating Granger's Biographical History of England," London, 1792–1812. Published by William Richardson, printseller, London. James Granger (1723–1776) was an English clergyman, biographer, and print collector. Published by W. Richardson No 31 Strand..dated1812 £20 Size 186 mm x 131 mm paper size b




Sir Tretswell Holles /Sir Frescheville Holles
(British; Male; 1641 - 1672) Also known as Sir Tretswell Holles Naval commander; killed in the battle of Solebay. By Harding from the Lely pic Lettered below image "Harding sc" "Sir Tretswell Holles" and "Published 1 Feb.y 1. 1800. by Edw.d Harding 98 Pall Mall." From 'Naval Biography; Or, The History and Lives of Distinguished .' by Edward Harding dated 1800 £16



Admiral Howard earl of Effingham,
Who defeated the Spanish Armada
Earl of Effingham, in the County of Surrey, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. Its United Kingdom version was created in 1837 for Kenneth Howard, 11th Baron Howard of Effingham, named after the village of Effingham where they held the manor. Stipple engraving, sheet 236 x c.147mm . Image 104 x 86 mm. by J. Chapman sculp' Engraved for Mackenzie & Dent's Select Biography London Publish'd May 1. 1796, by H. D. Symonds Pater-Noster Row. £16 b unmounted sent cleaned





Howard Lord High Admiral
Earl of Effingham, in the County of Surrey, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. Its United Kingdom version was created in 1837 for Kenneth Howard, 11th Baron Howard of Effingham, named after the village of Effingham where they held the manor. Engraved and published by Edward Harding (publisher/printer; printmaker; British; Male; 1755 - 1840) Lettered below the image with the title and 'Harding sc. / Publishd 1 July 1800, by Edw. Harding 98, Pall Mall'.From 'Naval Biography; Or, The History and Lives of Distinguished .' by Edward Harding dated 1800






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