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Lancashire 2 .


Lancashire 2




Vandries House , Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery



Silk House Lane, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Nag's Head, Dale Street, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery



Dale Street.
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Chapel Street 1737 , Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery



High Street 1737 , Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Church Street 1798, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Old Post Office , Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Mill, Park Road, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Tyrer's Mill Copperas Hill, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Mayor's House, Dale Street, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Custom House , Moor Street, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery




Fewler's Court , Chapel Street, Liverpool
Antique tinted lithograph by H. Greenwood drawn by  W.G. Herman. Published in 'Pictorial Relics of Liverpool' in 1856. Page size 27.5cms by 21.5cms.  £35 inc delivery


Gisburne Priory  Tombs carved knights decoration
Depiction of the ruins of St. Mary's Priory, Gisburn, Lancashire, with Bruce family coat of arms in upper right, and dedication to Thomas Bruce, Earl of Elgin beneath.  Antique copper engraving from Volume II of William Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanum or The History of the Ancient Abbies, and Other Monasteries, Hospitals, Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, in England and Wales With Divers French, Irish and Scotch Monasteries Formerly Relating to England 1661.  laid  paper  £20   oddly the scarcer print as most seem to have been discarded



The North east View  of the City of Lancaster
Engraved for the The New British Traveller, or a Complete Modern Universal Display of Great Britain and Ireland.. The whole puyblished under the immediate inspection of George Augustus Walpoole Assisted by ...Printed for Alex Hogg at the Kings Arms No 16 Paternoster-Row 1784 Full page £30



Gisburn Lancashire/ Gisburnensis olim coenobii Reliquiarum 1661, Hollar / Single page

Depiction of the ruins of St. Mary's Priory, Gisburn, Lancashire, with Bruce family coat of arms in upper right, and dedication to Thomas Bruce, Earl of Elgin beneath . Etching with engraving on laid watermarked paper from Monasticon Anglicanum: or, the History of the Ancient Abbies, Monasteries, Hospitals, Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, with their Dependencies, in England and Wales. Hollar had returned to England in 1652 and begun working for the publisher John Ogilby and the antiquary Sir William Dugdale. Over the next twenty-five years he etched no fewer than 566 plates for them. Sir William Dugdale (1605-1686):English antiquary and friend of Hollar's patron Thomas Howard, second earl of Arundel, Dugdale compiled one of the most significant histories of English religious houses, , Monasticon, Vol. II. (1661),The text was written by Roger Dodsworth (1585-1654)He had spent his life in the study of genealogy and ecclesiastical and monastic history. He was also an indefatigable collector of manuscripts which are now in the Bodleian Library. . £65 3 copies
one mended @ £20






To the Right Honble the Lord George Cavendish this West Aspect of Furness Abbey is inscribed by his Lordship's most obedient servants Thomas Hearne and William Byrne./ Furness Abbey Pr

Antique Copper engraving from The Antiquities of Great Britain, illustrated in View of Monasteries, Castles, and Churches now Existing. 1786 by Thomas Hearne and William Byrne (London, 1743 - 1805) Oblong Folio Engraved title, one of 50 numbered plates each with full margins. Engraved from Drawings made by Thomas Hearne. Printed by James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard Street, and Published by the Proprietors T. Hearne and W. Byrne, London in 1786. Size 27 x 22 cms to plate mark, plus margins £90 inc delivery RARE !



Antiquities discovered at Ribchester / 1799
Antique engraving from Vetusta Monumenta a series of illustrated antiquarian papers on ancient buildings, sites, and artefacts, mostly of Britain, published at irregular intervals between 1718 and 1906 by the Society of Antiquaries of London. Folio sized papers, usually authored by members of the society, published individually, then later in volumes, Drawn by Jacob Schnebbelie (1760–1792) an English draughtsman, specialising in monuments and historical subjects. Schnebbelie was born in Duke's Court, St. Martin's Lane, London, on 30 Aug. 1760 Through Lord Leicester, the president, Schnebbelie obtained appointment as draughtsman to the Society of Antiquaries of London; the majority of the second and third volumes of Vetusta Monumenta were drawn by him.. These prints were engraved by James Basire. This was also engraved by J carter Images 45 x 30 cm Single page Early and accurate architectural studies at affordable prices £65 post inclusive ( rolled as too large to send flat unless a number are needed)



Manchester from Mount Pleasant
Copper engraved by John Landseer . Landscape with the city in the distance in a mist, from fields in the foreground with a shepherd talking to a sitting figure and a woman carrying a pail on her head along a path below in the middle distance, a gateway in the left foreground; after William Marshall Craig. 1802 Etching and engraving. Height: 360 millimetres Width: 483 millimetres Lettered below image with title, dedication to the inhabitants of the city and its envions by the painter and engraver, with production detail: "Drawn by W.M. Craig", "Engraved by J. Landseer Engraver to the King" and publication line: "Published Augt. 1. 1802 by J. Landseer No. 88, Queen Anne Street, East, & W.M. Craig. No. 88, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, London, and in Manchester at No. 79 Market Street Lane" William Marshall Craig (died 1827) was an English painter who exhibited at times at the Royal Academy, from 1788 until 1827. Craig first lived at Manchester, but settled in London about 1791. He was painter in water-colours to the Queen, and miniature painter to the Duke and Duchess of York. Cental fold as issued ( would press) £285 rather rare full margins





View of the TOWN and HARBOUR of LIVERPOOL, from Seacombe.
Engraved by T. Dixon, from a Painting by I. Jenkinson, in the possession of Henry Fisher, taken in 1816. _______ Size of the Picture 8 Feet by 5. / Published by Henry Fisher, Caxton, Liverpool, Nov.r 13, 1820.Published Henry Fisher, Caxton, Liverpool, 13 November 1820 height: 26.90 cm, width: 41.60 cm Still full margins folds as issued £115 unc delivery







Market Place + Library site of Peterloo
From Series of 9 ( or 13) lithographed views by Agostino. Aglio and J. D. Harding after Ralston J. Ralston, "Views of the ancient buildings in Manchester", Drawn by J. Ralston, and lithographed on stone by J. D. Harding. Published by D. & P. Jackson, 1823.. Size (lith.) ; 36 x 49 cm.Stupidly rare all these have been cleaned and laid to new conervation card as they were laid when sold in a folio to brown card when bought and with added mushrooms. The original backboard is present with labels but the frames are shot away Seem to be very rare survivors as even those at Bonhams had faults £220 posted mounted, matted less collected . . . . all shown with and without the mount. Condition some abrasions below the title


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Market Street Hill end
From Series of 9 ( or 13) lithographed views by Agostino. Aglio and J. D. Harding after Ralston J. Ralston, "Views of the ancient buildings in Manchester", Drawn by J. Ralston, and lithographed on stone by J. D. Harding. Published by D. & P. Jackson, 1823.. Size (lith.) ; 36 x 49 cm.Stupidly rare all these have been cleaned and laid to new conervation card as they were laid when sold in a folio to brown card when bought and with added mushrooms. The original backboard is present with labels but the frames are shot away Seem to be very rare survivors as even those at Bonhams had faults £220 posted mounted, matted less collected . . . . all shown with and without the mount






Market Street 3
From Series of 9 ( or 13) lithographed views by Agostino. Aglio and J. D. Harding after Ralston J. Ralston, "Views of the ancient buildings in Manchester", Drawn by J. Ralston, and lithographed on stone by J. D. Harding. Published by D. & P. Jackson, 1823.. Size (lith.) ; 36 x 49 cm.Stupidly rare all these have been cleaned and laid to new conervation card as they were laid when sold in a folio to brown card when bought and with added mushrooms. The original backboard is present with labels but the frames are shot away Seem to be very rare survivors as even those at Bonhams had faults £160 posted mounted, matted less collected . . . . all shown with and without the mount Condition close cut to image some wrinkling will need a press






Blackfriars Bridge
From Series of 9 ( or 13) lithographed views by Agostino. Aglio and J. D. Harding after Ralston J. Ralston, "Views of the ancient buildings in Manchester", Drawn by J. Ralston, and lithographed on stone by J. D. Harding. Published by D. & P. Jackson, 1823.. Size (lith.) ; 36 x 49 cm.Stupidly rare all these have been cleaned and laid to new conervation card as they were laid when sold in a folio to brown card when bought and with added mushrooms. The original backboard is present with labels but the frames are shot away Seem to be very rare survivors as even those at Bonhams had faults £220 posted mounted, matted less collected . . . . all shown with and without the mount Condition some matt burn toning mk in sky. . . where are those boulders now ?




View of Liverpool

An antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm Mounted untinted £30 delivered a few foxing spots to clouds rippling will press out before sending



Bird's eye views of Liverpool in 1859 /1860
( from an original water-colour), by John R. Isaac; includes plan to the base identifying the buildings mounted etc , Large interetesting but a few condition issues so £30 delivered



View of Scout Mill

An antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm Mounted untinted £30 delivered a few foxing spots to clouds



View of Christ's Church / Manchester Cathedral

An antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm Mounted untinted £40 delivered



View of Heaton House.
n antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm Mounted old hand tint £40 delivered



View of Royton Hall
An antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm

Mounted untinted trimmed behind the mount £30 delivered



View of Chadderton Hall.

An antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm Mounted old hand tint £40 delivered



View of Chadderton Hall.

An antique line engraving by Neuman after E. Dayes. Published in 1794/5 by Stockdale in London. Engraved by William Newman (fl.1793-1811) from an original study by Edward Dayes ( b London, 6 Aug 1763; d London, May 1804). English painter, draughtsman and printmaker.. Originally produced for John Aikin's "A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester" (London, 1795).Engraved surface 182 x 230mm Mounted untinted £40 delivered

 


Plate 8 Railway Office, Liverpool


from Thomas Talbot Bury COLOURED VIEWS ON THE LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY, WITH PLATES OF THE COACHES, MACHINES, ETC London published by Ackermann.. 1834 Small folio, 14x12 inches,. dated 1831. Thomas Bury (1811-1877), a pupil of Augustus Pugin, was the artist responsible for the best-known views of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. Bury was "an outstanding architectural designer" (Abbey), and his work provides a detailed report of the difficulties overcome during the railways construction. The inspiration for the project was the success of the Stockton to Darlington rail line and the urgent commercial need for faster links between the docks of Liverpool and the factories of Manchester ("goods have been known to make the transit from New York to Liverpool in less time than from the latter town to Manchester"). The route was proposed in 1824 and, under the direction of George Stephenson and with parliament's blessing, the immense work was completed by 1830: the line being opened to the public on the 15th September of that year. Despite the tragic death of the Liverpool member of parliament Mr. Huskisson (the first fatality attributable to the Railways) and huge cost of the work (£ 740,000. by 1830), the railway was an immediate popular and financial success. Speeds in excess of 30 m.p.h. were recorded for the 31 mile journey. £145 inc


Moorish Arch Looking from Tunnel



from Thomas Talbot Bury COLOURED VIEWS ON THE LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY, WITH PLATES OF THE COACHES, MACHINES, ETC London published by Ackermann.. 1834 Small folio, 14x12 inches,. dated 1831. Thomas Bury (1811-1877), a pupil of Augustus Pugin, was the artist responsible for the best-known views of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. Bury was "an outstanding architectural designer" (Abbey), and his work provides a detailed report of the difficulties overcome during the railways construction. The inspiration for the project was the success of the Stockton to Darlington rail line and the urgent commercial need for faster links between the docks of Liverpool and the factories of Manchester ("goods have been known to make the transit from New York to Liverpool in less time than from the latter town to Manchester"). The route was proposed in 1824 and, under the direction of George Stephenson and with parliament's blessing, the immense work was completed by 1830: the line being opened to the public on the 15th September of that year. Despite the tragic death of the Liverpool member of parliament Mr. Huskisson (the first fatality attributable to the Railways) and huge cost of the work (£ 740,000. by 1830), the railway was an immediate popular and financial success. Speeds in excess of 30 m.p.h. were recorded for the 31 mile journey. £145 inc


North aspect of Furness Abbey, Lancashire
Drawn by T Hearne from a sketch by J Farrington; engraved by Thos Hearne & Wm Ellis [From Antiquities of Great Britain] published by W Byrne & T Hearne [London 1771-81] Printed to heavy rag paper mounted and tinted £40



Furness Abbey, west aspect
Drawn by Thos Hearne; engraved by W Byrne & S Middiman[From Antiquities of Great Britain] published by W Byrne & T Hearne [London 1771-81] Size: 27.5 x 23cm Printed to heavy rag paper mounted £40



"Smithell's Hall Lancashire"
Now Simthills Hall J. S. Dodd art rendered to a multi-stone lithograph by W. Walton printed by M & N Hanhart Publisher Willis & Sotheran 136 Strand, W.C., London This is an original 1858 printed multi-stone color lithograph produced for Samuel Carter Hall's "The Baronial Halls and Picturesque Edifices of England" £40 delivered large plate pic foxing mark to edge




Ashton Hall
Engraver Samuel Rawle, 1771-1860 Drawn by John Buckler, 1770-1851 Published 1822 this has condition issues it is tinted and will mount well but has wrinkling to the edges especially above the pic so is £40 delivered large plate pic

 


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