Costume + Trades 3.

Costume + Trades 3




 
 Habit of the Lord Mayor of London, Habit of the lady Mayoress of London in 1640 ,
Habit of a Merchant of London & Habit of a Merchant's Wife of London in 1640 .

 Antique engraving from "THORTON'S NEW & COMPLETE HOSTORY & SURVEY OF LONDON & WESTINSTER", published in London by Alex Hogg in 1784.£25 plus delivery , good margins full page 36.5 x 23.0 cm.




The Art of Grinding and Polishing of Plate Glass.
Engrav'd for the Universal Magazine for J.Hinton at the King's Arms in St Paul's Church-Yard, London 1748.Engraving. 195 x 230mm. Folds as issued/ Framed glazed/ £75 inc delivery  
 


The Art of Coining.
Engrav'd for the Universal Magazine 1750 for J.Hinton at the King's Arms in St Paul's Church-Yard, London. Engraving. 105 x 205mm Folds as issued/ Framed glazed/  £65 inc delivery sunned/age toned
 
 


A true Representation of the Diamond Cutters Wheel or Mill.
Engrav'd for the Universal Magazine according to Act of Parliament 1750, for J.Hinton at the King's Arms in St Paul's Church-Yard, London.Folds as issued/ Framed glazed/ £65 inc delivery sunned/age toned
 
 


Women examining and preparing the eggs in order to put them into Bags or Boxes for hatching;
Silk-Making, engraved by J. Hinton for 'Universal Magazine' at the Kings Arms, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, 1748 (print) Spitalfieds was the centre of Uk silk production from Tudor times.. henec the old Mulberry trees. King Charles 1 head was rejoined for burial in best Spitalfields silk in two rows of herringbone stitch by his poor valet . Rare but cropped base margin £65 inc delivery/ framed/glazed
 
   
    

 LE COUVREUR EN CHAUME - THE THATCHER.

    1820 Ca.  395 x 300 image; mm. 485 x 360  plate- Engraver: Ruotte Louis Charles (son)-Painter: Joseph Barney - Publisher: Chaise Jeune
    the thatcher  stipple engaving  cut to plate mark some light soiling from age plus a minute edge tear bottom edge £125 inc mounted  
   
 
 The Astronomer

Engraved by R.Bell after a picture by H.Wyatt, published  the Art Journal, 1851. Steel engraving on thick paper. Size 19+ x 27+ cm .Hand tinted and mounted £25 inc



 The last In ( schoolroom pic)

Painted 1834-5, exhibited 1835 .Engraved by Smyth after a picture by William Mulready  published  the Art Journal, 1851. Steel engraving on thick paper. Size 19+ x 27+ cm .Hand tinted and mounted £25 inc William Mulready (April 1, 1786 – July 7, 1863) was an Irish genre painter living in London. He is best known for his romanticizing depictions of rural scenes. William Mulready was born in Ennis, County Clare. Early in his life, in 1792, the family moved to London, where he was able to get an education and was taught painting well enough so that he was accepted at the Royal Academy School at the age of four
 


  The Errand Boy
Anon, published  the Art Journal, 1851. Steel engraving on thick paper. Size 19+ x 27+ cm .Hand tinted and mounted £20 inc
 

Various trades
c 1800 looks European Image size 30 x 18 cm mounted etc £35 inc
 


London Street Sellers :- Cat and Dogs Meat seller; Hot Roasted Apples; Hot Spice Gingerbread
c 1790 older hand tinted unopened  .Hand tinted and mounted £25 inc 
 



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