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Miscellaneous Prints

We present a selection of our 18th and early 19th century prints with social and political themes. Click on the image for more details

Borough of Southwark Election,

'Pubd Octr 6, 1806 by J. D.

Montague Market Stt Borough

Road'. There is an uncoloured

copy in the BM.

This cloured mezzotint features a burlesqued coat of arms relating to Tierney's re-election for Southwark on his appointment to the Board of Control. The title is the motto on two scrolls forming the base of the design.

James Gillray after Browlow

North: 'Company shocked at a

lady getting up to Ring the Bell'

James Gillray after Brownlow North: 'Company shocked at a lady getting up to Ring the Bell', etching with later hand colouring, published Hannah Humphrey, 20th Nov 1804, image size, 48.5cm wide x 25.5cm high. "A violent disturbance in a luxuriously furnished breakfast parlour. The only lady present has risen from her chair to pull a bell-pull. The frantic efforts of five elderly men to stop her have produced a sequence of disasters.

Print Robert Dighton, Etching of

The Auctioneer (James Christie),

1794 pub London.

James Christie, the auctioneer was responsible for the sale of many items belonging to memebers of the French aristocracy after then Revolution. He was noted for his theatrical style of selling.

John Bull Peeping into Brest

George Moutard Woodward (1760 - 1809)

'John Bull Peeping into Brest', published

June 1803 by Piercy Roberts, London, hand

coloured etching, 10" x 15".

Hand-coloured etching

George Cruickshank: The Battle

of Vittoria, No 201, pub 7 July

1813 by T Tegg, 111 Cheapside,

34cm wide x 23.5cm high

The victory of General Sir Arthur Wellesley, Marquess of Wellington, at Vittoria on 21 June 1813 brought about the final downfall of French rule in Spain.

George Cruickshank: The

Afterpiece of The Tragedy of

Waterloo - or - Madame Francoise

& her Managers!!! Hand coloured

etching on wove paper, published

by William Hone, 55 Fleet Street,

November 9, 1815, plate 21. 35 cm

wide x 24.7 cm high.

France, or 'Mme Françoise', is a woman, larger in scale than the other figures, whom the Allies pinion, plunder, and maltreat. She is on the ground on her back, supported on her arms, with a heavy fetter attached to her left wrist and right leg.
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Print of a female Bustard

Print of a female Bustard with Stonehenge in background, 23.4 x 18.7 cm, from a painting by George Edwards engraved by Henry Eldridge, from Natural History of Uncommon Birds, lub in 2 volumes 1745 onwards. Unframed Stock No SAP0927 Price £250

'Keep within the Moral Compass'

early 19th cent by Carrington

Bowles, hand coloured etching,

15cm x 11cm. Printed for the

American Market.

Stock No SAP0929 Price £280

The King, Queen and Court

viewing a Balloon let off in the

garden of Windsor Castle

King George III and Queen Charlotte with members of the Court viewing a Balloon let off in the garden of Windsoe Castle on 26 November 1783, Drawn by Argaudi and published by J. Basire, 16 St John's Lane, Clerkenwell, pub Jan 29th 1784,12 x 17cm in period ebonised frame. One of the first balloon experiments in England. Stock No SAP0928 Price £650
S & J Abbott Ceramics Plus
© S & J Abbott Ceramics Plus September 2020

Miscellaneous

Prints

We present a selection of our 18th and early 19th century prints with social and political themes. Click on the image for more details

Borough of Southwark

Election, 'Pubd Octr 6,

1806 by J. D. Montague

Market Stt Borough

Road'. There is an

uncoloured copy in the

BM.

This cloured mezzotint features a burlesqued coat of arms relating to Tierney's re- election for Southwark on his appointment to the Board of Control. The title is the motto on two scrolls forming the base of the design.

James Gillray after

Browlow North: 'Company

shocked at a lady getting up

to Ring the Bell'

James Gillray after Brownlow North: 'Company shocked at a lady getting up to Ring the Bell', etching with later hand colouring, published Hannah Humphrey, 20th Nov 1804, image size, 48.5cm wide x 25.5cm high. "A violent disturbance in a luxuriously furnished breakfast parlour. The only lady present has risen from her chair to pull a bell- pull. The frantic efforts of five elderly men to stop her have produced a sequence of disasters.

Print Robert Dighton,

Etching of The

Auctioneer (James

Christie), 1794 pub

London.

James Christie, the auctioneer was responsible for the sale of many items belonging to memebers of the French aristocracy after then Revolution. He was noted for his theatrical style of selling.

John Bull Peeping into Brest

George Moutard Woodward (1760 -

1809) 'John Bull Peeping into Brest',

published June 1803 by Piercy

Roberts, London, hand coloured

etching, 10" x 15".

Hand-coloured etching

George Cruickshank:

The Battle of Vittoria, No

201, pub 7 July 1813 by T

Tegg, 111 Cheapside,

34cm wide x 23.5cm high

The victory of General Sir Arthur Wellesley, Marquess of Wellington, at Vittoria on 21 June 1813 brought about the final downfall of French rule in Spain.

George Cruickshank: The

Afterpiece of The Tragedy

of Waterloo - or - Madame

Francoise & her

Managers!!! Hand

coloured etching on wove

paper, published by

William Hone, 55 Fleet

Street, November 9, 1815,

plate 21. 35 cm wide x 24.7

cm high.

France, or 'Mme Françoise', is a woman, larger in scale than the other figures, whom the Allies pinion, plunder, and maltreat. She is on the ground on her back, supported on her arms, with a heavy fetter attached to her left wrist and right leg.
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'Keep within the Moral Compass'

early 19th cent by Carrington

Bowles, hand coloured etching,

15cm x 11cm. Printed for the

American Market.

Stock No SAP0929 Price £280

The King, Queen and Court viewing a

Balloon let off in the garden of

Windsor Castle

King George III and Queen Charlotte with members of the Court viewing a Balloon let off in the garden of Windsoe Castle on 26 November 1783, Drawn by Argaudi and published by J. Basire, 16 St John's Lane, Clerkenwell, pub Jan 29th 1784,12 x 17cm in period ebonised frame. One of the first balloon experiments in England. Stock No SAP0928 Price £650

Print of a female Bustard

Print of a female Bustard with Stonehenge in background, 23.4 x 18.7 cm, from a painting by George Edwards engraved by Henry Eldridge, from Natural History of Uncommon Birds, lub in 2 volumes 1745 onwards. Unframed Stock No SAP0927 Price £250