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Thompson, John (2) 'Southern Hemisphere,' shows supposed south pole; and 'Southern Hemisphere Projected on the Plane of the Horizon of London.' both from Thompsons new General Atlas. Pub. 1814. Two early maps. Hand coloured engraving. 60 x 51 cm (2)
Five various Georgian wine and cordial glasses, each with a faceted stem and conical bowl, two with etching to the bowl, the tallest 15 cm. Provenance: Collection of Miss Lai Dashwood, United Kingdom Thence by descent
Rare engraving, Giovanni Vendramini (1769 - 1839) England 'The Glorious Conquest of Seringapatam' engraving illustrated by John Vendramini, dated January 1802, mounted in a 18th century carved gilt frame, engraving 61 x 82 cm. Frame 77.5 x 97 cm. See Briti
Five rare English coloured engravings circa 1750's. Titles include - Sayer, Robert, A North View of London Vue Septentrionale de La Ville de Londres, London, c.1753, coloured, 265 x 405mm. An attractive view of London as seen from Islington, after a drawin
Louis Icart (French, 1888-1950), Snowstorm, etching and aquatint, signed and editioned 246 in the margin printed 'Copyright 1924 By Les Graveurs Modernes, 194, Rue De Rivoli, Paris' in the margin, 48 x 37 cm (oval)
A collection of twenty two paper weights, a mixed selection comprising floral, figural, prism and abstract pieces fabricated in a variety of glass making techniques including millefiori cane work, controlled bubble, acid etching and precision cutting. Vari
Three works, antique engraving of a Spanish ship, approx 21 cm x 16 cm. Modern engraving signed Varga, approx 17 cm x 31 cm. Vintage framed watercolour SLL details verso 13-3-58 Burma golden Mohur tree (3)
D G Thompson, antique engraving of Thomas Assheton Smith Esq, after the painting by William Sextie, published 1853 by Henry Graves & Sons, mounted in original faux rosewood painted ornate frame, 92 x 110 cm
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