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His Most Gracious Majesty King George III, engraved Anthony Cardon after Henry Edridge, stipple engraving, pub 1812 by H. Edridge and Conaghi & Co, 42.5 x 31.5 cm. Stock No SAP0892 Price £300

Patent Pupetts alias Hertford Fantoccine

From Charles Williams, a hand coloured satirical etching, pub-

lished April 6th 1812 by S W Fores, 50 Picadilly, London

Stock No SAP0815 Price £650
'Bruin in his Boat of the Manager in Distress’, James Gillray, hand coloured etching June 20th 1806, Hannah Humphrey, St James London. Lord Melville, habited as a Scottish Thane, is standing on the Rock of Innocence; he is discharging two cannons, one inscribed 'Adam' and the other 'Plomer', the names of his counsel. Size 30 x 38 cm Stock No SAP0938 Price £950
Political Candour James Gillray etching of Charles James Fox makes a speech in the House of Commons; a large section of the crowded Opposition benches is shown to the right. Pitt sits alone on the Treasury Bench, his profile only appearing on the extreme left, the rest of the Ministerial benches are cut off by the margin, behind him is the Speaker's Chair. Published H Humphrey, 21st June 1805, 27 St James, London Size 30.7 x 25.5 cm Stock No SAP0950 Price £700
George III, dated 1810 The King, wearing military uniform, walks in profile to the left, bending forward and holding a cocked hat in his right hand, left forefinger extended. He wears a close-fitting wig with side-curl and tail, a star, high cavalry boots without spurs, and a large sword. Below the title: 'Reign'd—50—Years, A Royal Jubilee'. 25 October 1810. R E Dighton, London, size 25 x 18 cm Stock No SAP0924 Price £450

'The Morning Ride',

print from James Gillray c. 1810 pub Hannah Humphey,

London, The prince of Wales is riding outside Carlton House

with his advisor John McMahon ride past Carlton House fol-

lowed by a groom on horseback and an urchin on foot

dressed in top hat and tattered livery.

Stock No SAP0818 Price £550

The Impeachment,

Edmund Burke to right and Warren

Hastings. Burke is holding accusations.

Lettered with title, eight lines of verse,

and "JS (James Sayers) Published 17th

March 1786 by Thos Cornell Bruton

Street" Size 30 x 22 cm

Stock No SAP0954 Price £450

Pandemonium,

A group of politicians including Burke,

Cavendish, Carlisle, Fox, Lord North, and the

Earl of Mansfield in discussion! Drawn by James

Sayers, an etching published by Thomas Cornell

12 January 1784. Size 30 x 23 cm.

Stock No SAP0952 Price £450

'Dido in Despair',

a charicature of Lady Hamilton after Nelson went back to

active service in the Navy. This example is a reprint by

Bohn in the 1850s of the original by James Gillray pub-

lished 1801.

Stock No SAP0828 Price £380

Caleb Quotem - the Parish

Factotum,’ pub June 1st 1829

Depicting the Duke of Wellington at the time he was Prime Minister, as the person who could do many jobs, more than the hairs on his head. Wellington as the character Caleb Quotem from George Colman’s “The review, or, The wags of Windsor” stands full-face in an old-fashion attire, holding a whip in one hand and a large Grenadier’s bearskin in the other. From his mouth and scrolling above his hear is a long descriptive list satirizing his character and career. Paul Pry (William Heath), 1795-1840, printmaker. Size 34 x 23 cm Stock No SAP0738 Price £250

'The Man wot Drives The

Sovereign'

Paul Pry, (William Heath) 'The Man

wot Drives The Sovereign', 1829, 34

x 23 cm. This shows the Duke of

Wellington, caricaturists often criti-

cised Wellington when he was Prime

Minister for having too much con-

trol over the King. This much-copied

image presents Wellington as a

coach driver, with distinctive coat

and long whip. Though his gesture

of tipping his hat indicates sub-

missiveness, his stern expression

and characteristically tight smile

shows that he was resolved on his

course, even if it meant forcing the

hand of the sovereign. The Bill he

holds represents the Catholic

Emancipation Bill. Wellington had

threatened to resign unless the King

granted the Bill Royal Assent.

Stock No SAP0826 Price £250

Are you the man wot drives the

Sovereign?’

Drawn by A. Sharpshooter. Published

by S. Gans, 15 Southampton St., Strand,

London, 1829 April 26, size 34 x 23 cm

It shows George IV, his hands behind

his back, leaning forward in profile to

the left putting the question of the title

to the invisible Wellington.

Stock No SAP0933 Price £250

The Guard wot looks arter the

Sovereign’

Depicting Elizabeth Denison, Marchioness of Conygham, (1769 - 1861) drawn by Paul Pry (William Heath) (1794- 1840), published Thomas McLean 1829, 34 x 23 cms. Lady Conygham guarded who had access to George IV Stock No 0932 Price £250
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His Most Gracious Majesty King George III, engraved Anthony Cardon after Henry Edridge, stipple engraving, pub 1812 by H. Edridge and Conaghi & Co, 42.5 x 31.5 cm. Stock No SAP0892 Price £300
'Bruin in his Boat of the Manager in Distress’, James Gillray, hand coloured etching June 20th 1806, Hannah Humphrey, St James London. Lord Melville, habited as a Scottish Thane, is standing on the Rock of Innocence; he is discharging two cannons, one inscribed 'Adam' and the other 'Plomer', the names of his counsel. Size 30 x 38 cm Stock No SAP0938 Price £950

Patent Pupetts alias Hertford Fantoccine

From Charles Williams, a hand coloured satirical etch-

ing, published April 6th 1812 by S W Fores, 50 Picadilly,

London

Stock No SAP0815 Price £650

Pandemonium,

A group of politicians including Burke,

Cavendish, Carlisle, Fox, Lord North, and the

Earl of Mansfield in discussion! Drawn by James

Sayers, an etching published by Thomas Cornell

12 January 1784. Size 30 x 23 cm.

Stock No SAP0952 Price £450