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Richard Woodman after Thomas Weaver ,1814, John Corbet Esq., and his Foxhounds: an engraving, sheet size 54 x 66cm, in a simulated burr wood frame. Stock No SAP0903 Price £850
An early 19th cent proof of the engraving to the left with inscribed in ink with the names of some of the hounds, label with details verso, 5 1/2" x 4" Stock No SAP0833 Price £85
Four hand coloured etchings, drawn and etched by Henry Alken, Published by Jones & Co, May 1st 1821. 'The Road to a Fight 1 & 2'; ' A Private Turn Up in The Drawing Room of a Marquis'; 'Fives Court: Tom and Bobby Studying Real Life among the Millers.' 11 x 18.5cm framed, 1821 Stock No SAP0881 Price £380
Three small framed hand coloured caricatures, 'The Ladies Ridicule', 'The Clerical Macaroni' and 'The Farmer Macaroni'. Each in late 18th or early 19th century frames with verre eglomise glass mounts, 24.5 x 21 cm frames. 'The Clerical Macaroni' inscribed R. St. G. M. pinxt, I (taken as J) W sculpt. Published M Darley No 39 The Strand, 1772, from R. St George Mansergh oringinals. Stock No SAP0852 Price £650
A pair of late 18th century Mezzotints after Angelica Kaufmann, 'Cupid and Euphosine' and 'Cupid binding Aglaia to a Laurel', each 21.5 x 25 cm, framed in gilt ebonised frames Stock No SAP0849 Price £550
Two antique Prints by Saverio Manetti 1723 - 1784 The Falcon, plate LXXXXVII, and The Vulture, plate XII, both from 'Storia naturale degli uccelli', copper plate prints, both framed and each visible image 33cm x 26cm, 18th century impressions with hand colouring. Stock No SAP0894 Price £1,500
Two antique prints by Saverio Manetti 1723 - 1784 Cerzia Muraiola, Plate 46: and Cerzia volgare and Cerzia blu del Surinam, Plate 47. Cerzia is a Tree Creeper. Each 33cm x 26cm, 18th century impressions. Stock No SAP0895 Price £800
The Fashionable Mama or The Convenience of Modern Dress, published John Miller after Gillray, London & W Blackwood Edinburgh, 1824-27. Size 22x 16 cm image Stock No SAP0825 Price £250
The March of Intellect. A print by William Heath, size 24 x 34 cm, pub 23 January 1828, G Humphries, St James Street, London. The thirst for knowledge and scientific research in the wake of the Industrial Revolution brought concerns over where all this change would lead. This example is one of a series of William Heath’s March of Intellect, published between 1825 and 1829, inventions, architecture and modes of transport were satirised with fantastical developments. Songs and cartoons about the March of Intellect mocked the early 19th-century enthusiasm for invention and new technologies. This print show flying machines, steam-powered vehicles, and even a bridge across the English Channel. Stock No SAP0905 Price £850
Damn the Barber

A print by Henry Bunbury after Thomas Rowlandson, hand coloured print, published London 1815, size 16cm x 23 Stock No SAP0791 Price £160
The Bubblers Medley, or a Sketch of the Times Being Europes Memorial for the Year 1720'. Satirical Copper engraving with old colouring, originally by Thomas Bowles II, this reprint by Carrington Bowles c. 1760s. Framed and glazed, frame 44.5cm x 33.5 cm. Stock No SAP0963 Price £950
French-Salutation, English-Salutation. Pub May 1829 by T. Mc Lean 26 Haymarket. Drawing by William Heath (1794–1840). He was best known for his published engravings which included caricatures, political cartoons, and commentary on contemporary life. His early works often dealt with military scenes, but from about 1820 on he focused on satire. Some of his works were published under the pseudonym "Paul Pry". Heath created a numbered series of political Caricatures between 1830 – 1834 for Mc'Leans Monthly. Stock No SAP0861 Price £180
The Royal Exchange London The Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer inside the Royal Exchange London, copper engraving, Bartolozzi. Published 17 August 1788, sold by Mr Chapman at Mr Christie’s Pall Mall, size 45 x 55 cm Stock No SAP0921 Price £400
Les Voyageurs Rustiques After Paulus Potter (Dutch 1625-1654) 'Les Voyageurs Rustiques' engraving by Francis Vivares and Bartolozzi 1779, an early strike, in a 19th century frame with verre englemise mount, print size 41 x 48 cm Stock No SAP0934 Price £250
Charles Hunt after P Matthews, 'The Trial of Bill Burn' under Martin's Act, hand coloured aquatint and engraving, 42 x 55.5 cm in maple frame. The RSPCA was formed shortly after this print was published Stock No SAP0943 Price £550
A Gillray print, ‘The Gout’, published by Hannah Humphrey in 1799, size 26 x 35cm. This copy early 19th cent edition. A reminder of the effects of overindulgence before medications were effective, Ouch! Stock No SAP0885 Price £650
Dr Flamstead's House Greenwich Park, London Dr Flamstead was the first Astronomer Royal, here is a hand coloured engraving by Jean Simon, early 18th century size 43.5 x 58.5 Stock No SAP0944 Price £550
Lambeth Palace by Kip & Knyff, 21 x 14 ins. Landscape view of Lambeth Palace from across the river. Southwark behind Lambeth. Tower in far distance right. Barges, boats ferry in river. English and French inscription. Plate 8 to Britannia Illustrata. Inscribed Printed and sold by J Smith, Strand (London) undated but most likely 1714 edition. Stock No SAP0946 Price £550
'New Bedlam in Moorfields' Inscribed ‘Hopsitium Mente Captorum Londinense’ engraved by A Soley, sold by Henry Overton, early 18th century, size 43.5 x 58.5 cm. Stock No SAP0945 Price £550
The Banquetting House, London Hand coloured engraving, ‘His Majesty’s Royal Banquetry House of Whitehal London 1713’ by Terasson. Size 43.5 x 58.5 cm Stock No SAP0936 Price £550
'The Wood Boy', engraved by T. Gaugain after Barker, pub by J Bryden, Charing Cross, 1st Jan 1790. Size 53 x 40.5 cm Stock No SAP0592 Price £250
Leopold Mozart with his children, Wolfgang Amadeus and Maria Anna After Louis Carmontelle Carrogis (1717-1806) French, early 19th century, lithograph 30 x 20 cm in a modern frame. Stock No SAP0973 Price £250
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Two antique Prints by Saverio Manetti 1723 - 1784 The Falcon, plate LXXXXVII, and The Vulture, plate XII, both from 'Storia naturale degli uccelli', copper plate prints, both framed and each visible image 33cm x 26cm, 18th century impressions with hand colouring. Stock No SAP0894 Price £1,500
Four hand coloured etchings, drawn and etched by Henry Alken, Published by Jones & Co, May 1st 1821. 'The Road to a Fight 1 & 2'; ' A Private Turn Up in The Drawing Room of a Marquis'; 'Fives Court: Tom and Bobby Studying Real Life among the Millers.' 11 x 18.5cm framed, 1821 Stock No SAP0881 Price £380
The Fashionable Mama or The Convenience of Modern Dress, published John Miller after Gillray, London & W Blackwood Edinburgh, 1824-27. Size 22x 16 cm image Stock No SAP0825 Price £250