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  1. St. Bartholomew’s Hospital
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    STOW, John.

    St. Bartholomew’s Hospital [c.1730]

    £195 £78

    This fine hand coloured engraving showing the plans for the new building of St Bartholomew’s Hospital, built from 1730-59. At centre there is a ground plan of the new building with an explanatory text, flanked by two coats of arms. Above and below there are … Read more

  2. (Greek Architecture)
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    HECK, Johann Georg.

    (Greek Architecture) c.1858

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    From Heck’s comprehensive encyclopaedia. This print depicts a montage of various, numbered Greek architectural types. Read more

  3. Altra Veduta degli Avanzi del Pronao del Tempio della Concordia.
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    PIRANESI, Giovanni Battista.

    Altra Veduta degli Avanzi del Pronao del Tempio della Concordia. 1835-37

    £2,250

    Picturesque scene of the Temple of the Concord in the Roman Forum, with the Arch of Septimius Severus and the Church of St Luca and Martina in the background. Piranesi included scenes of daily life of Romans of all classes on the foreground. As architect, … Read more

  4. Hall of Eton College.
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    PUGIN.

    Hall of Eton College. 1816.

    £90

    Interior view of the dining Hall at Eton College with boys seated at long tables around the walls. Read more

  5. Plan du Port d’Assemkalasi.
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    CHOISEUL-GOUFFIER, Marie Gabriel F. A., Comte de.

    Plan du Port d’Assemkalasi. 1782

    £50

    Plan of the port of Assemkalasi, Smyrna (modern Iznir, Turkey). In 1776 Choiseul-Gouffier and the artist J.B. Hilaire joined a cartographic survey of the Mediterranean. Volume I of Voyage Pittoresque, his account of their tour of the Greek islands, the coast of Asia Minor, … Read more

  6. Plan de l’Ecueil sur lequel etoit le temple de Bacchus.
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    CHOISEUL-GOUFFIER, Marie Gabriel F. A., Comte de.

    Plan de l’Ecueil sur lequel etoit le temple de Bacchus. 1782

    £85

    Plan of the rock where the Ancient temple of Bacchus, which was located just off the island of Naxos. In 1776 Choiseul-Gouffier and the artist J.B. Hilaire joined a cartographic survey of the Mediterranean. Volume I of Voyage Pittoresque, his account of their tour … Read more

  7. Eglise de S. Marie à Oxford.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Eglise de S. Marie à Oxford. c1707

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    In the early days of Oxford University, the church was adopted as the first building of the university. There has been a church on the site in the High Street since Anglo-Saxon times. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier and larger work … Read more

  8. A pair of designs for a villa in Cannes.
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    SÉBILLE, Ernest C.

    A pair of designs for a villa in Cannes. c. 1880

    £2,800

    Ernest C. Sébille was an French architect and teacher at the Beaux Arts School in Marseille. Read more

  9. Fragments de Tombeaux.
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    CASSAS. Louis Francois.

    Fragments de Tombeaux. 1802

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    Louis-François Cassas was one of the best French printmakers of the eighteenth century, His Voyage Pittoresque de la Syrie, de la Phoenicie, de la Palestine, et de la Basse-Egypte is perhaps the finest eighteenth century illustrated book on the Middle East. Cassas accompanied Choiseul-Gouffier … Read more

  10. New River Office and front of New Newgate.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    New River Office and front of New Newgate. c 1771

    £95

    From Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most Remarkable Edifices in Great Britain.” … Read more

  11. Plan and elevation of the out offices at Wilton.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    Plan and elevation of the out offices at Wilton. c 1771

    £140

    From Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most Remarkable Edifices in Great Britain.” … Read more

  12. Elevation of the General front eastward of Goodwood in Sussex, the seat of his Grache the Duke of Richmond and Lenox.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    Elevation of the General front eastward of Goodwood in Sussex, the seat of his Grache the Duke of Richmond and Lenox. c 1771

    £170

    Fine engraving of Goodwood near Chichester. From Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most … Read more

  13. The Elevation of Maiden Bradley in Wiltshire, the eat of Sr. Edward Seymour Bart.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    The Elevation of Maiden Bradley in Wiltshire, the eat of Sr. Edward Seymour Bart. c 1771

    £170

    From Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most Remarkable Edifices in Great Britain.” … Read more

  14. The Elevation of Maiden Bradley in Wiltshire, the eat of Sr. Edward Seymour Bart.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    The Elevation of Maiden Bradley in Wiltshire, the eat of Sr. Edward Seymour Bart. c 1771

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    From Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most Remarkable Edifices in Great Britain.” … Read more

  15. Section of Salon.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    Section of Salon. c 1771

    £70

    A fine engraving of the at Wilton House, Wiltshire. Taken from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in … Read more

  16. Section of the Great Dining Room at Wilton.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    Section of the Great Dining Room at Wilton. c 1771

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    A fine engraving of the Great Dining Room at Wilton House, Wiltshire. Taken from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With … Read more

  17. The Elevation of Newbold Hall in Warwickshire.
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    The Elevation of Newbold Hall in Warwickshire. c 1771

    £140

    A fine engraving of a front elevation and a floor plan for a wealthy patron in Warwickshire. Taken from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of … Read more

  18. High Meadow in Glocestershire…
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    High Meadow in Glocestershire… c 1771

    £110

    A lovely engraving from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most Remarkable Edifices in … Read more

  19. Appledorecombe in the Isle of Wight…
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    CAMPBELL, Colen.

    Appledorecombe in the Isle of Wight… c 1771

    £110

    A lovely engraving from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus or, “The British Architect. Containing the Geometrical Plans of the most Considerable Gardens and Plantations; also the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the most Regular Buildings… With Large Views, in Perspective, of the most Remarkable Edifices in … Read more

  20. The Royal Exchange.
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    BANKES, Thomas.

    The Royal Exchange. c 1775

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    The Royal Exchange was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth I on 23 January 1571. This is an engraving of the second exchange built on the site. It was designed by Edward Jarman, and was opened in 1669, however it unfortunately was destroyed by fire in … Read more

  21. Rome MDCCCXLIX
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    LITTLE, William.

    Rome MDCCCXLIX 1850

    £750

    Splendid panoramic view presented with the Illustrated London News. The aftermath of the the French siege on Rome, which was defended by Guiseppe Garibaldi after its short spell as a republic, is depicted by canons and armoury which lay strewn on the hill above. Read more

  22. Hampton Court.
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    MAWMAN, J.

    Hampton Court. c1821

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    A lovely view of Hampton Court published in 1821. It was originally built for Cardinal Wolsey in the early years of the sixteenth century however, when he fell from royal favour, it passed to King Henry VIII who enlarged the palace. This is a sepia … Read more

  23. Temple de Joves, or Jupiter, between the Var & Antibes.
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    ALBANIS BEAUMONT, Jean Francois.

    Temple de Joves, or Jupiter, between the Var & Antibes. 1795

    £125

    An attractive sepia aquatint view of the Temple of Jupiter, built by the Romans in southern France, by Albanis Beaumont (1753-1810). Printed by T. Bensley, and published for William Faden in London. Beaumont was born in Piedmont, but naturalised in England. Between the years … Read more

  24. Campo Vacchina.
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    MERIAN, Matthaus.

    Campo Vacchina. 1650-1700

    £140

    This delightful engraving depicts what was once the forum that was at the very centre and heart of ancient Rome. The Campo Vacchina was at the centre of Roman public life. Merian depicts it many centuries later, in ruins, with Romans and livestock wondering … Read more

  25. The Cole Apple.
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    LINDLEY, John.

    The Cole Apple. 1830

    £275

    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley’s wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine’, published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first … Read more

  26. [4 Views of Rome]
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    MERIAN, Matthew.

    [4 Views of Rome] 1649

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    This attractive plate contains four views of Roman ruins as they appeared in the seventeenth century. Read more

  27. Interior of the Great Exhibition. no 9. From Dantés Temple.
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    CLARK.

    Interior of the Great Exhibition. no 9. From Dantés Temple. c.1880

    £120

    A very interesting view of the interior of the Crytal Palace during the Great Exhibition. Published in ‘Architectural Beauties of London’. Read more

  28. Palais de L’Industrie.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Palais de L’Industrie. 1861

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    Attractive view of the Palace of the Industrie in the current site of the Grand Palais and destroyed in 1897, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  29. Parc de St. Cloud.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Parc de St. Cloud. 1861

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    Wonderful view of the Park of St Cloud on the outskirst of Paris, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  30. Hotel et Musée de Cluny.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Hotel et Musée de Cluny. 1861

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    Attractive view of the Museum of Cluny, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  31. Jardin des Plantes.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Jardin des Plantes. 1861

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    Wonderful bird’s eye view of the Jardin de Plantes, the main botanical gardens of Paris, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  32. Place de la Bastille.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Place de la Bastille. 1861

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    Wonderful image of the famous Place de la Bastille, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  33. Palais de Justice.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Palais de Justice. 1861

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    Attractive image of the Palais de Justice, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  34. Palais de L’Institut.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Palais de L’Institut. 1861

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    Attractive image of the Institute of France, published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  35. Chateau de Vincennes.
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    BENOIS, Philippe.

    Chateau de Vincennes. 1861

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    Picturesque image of the Chateau de Vincennes. published in ‘Paris Dans Sa Splendeur’, by Henri Charpentier Read more

  36. Series of Original Architect’s Drawings  for the proposed new church, Park Walk, Chelsea, SW.
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    (BLOMFIELD, Arthur W., & Son.)

    Series of Original Architect’s Drawings for the proposed new church, Park Walk, Chelsea, SW. 1912

    £4,750

    Approved architect’s design drawings for this attractive Edwardian gothic revival church, which stands unaltered today. The Church of St. Andrew was built as a replacement for the small eighteenth-century chapel – Park, later Emmanuel, Chapel – on the east side of the road, originally … Read more

  37. Fontana dell’Acqua Paola.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Fontana dell’Acqua Paola. c. 1850

    £75

    The Pauline Fountain, also known as ‘Il Fontanone’ ( the big fountain), marks the end of the end of the acqueduct Acqua Paola, restored by Pope Paul V. It is located in the Janiculum Hill, near San Pietro in Montorio, Rome Read more

  38. Interno della Basilica di S. Giovanni.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Interno della Basilica di S. Giovanni. c. 1850

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    An impressive view of the interior of St John Lateran, Rome. Read more

  39. Arco di Giano Quadrifonte..
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Arco di Giano Quadrifonte.. c. 1850

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    A picturesque view of the Arch of Janus in Rome, the only triumphal arch with four front sides. Read more

  40. Interno della Basillica di S. Paolo.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Interno della Basillica di S. Paolo. c. 1850

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    An impressive view of the interior of the Basilica of St Paul, Rome. Read more

  41. Porta Tiburtina oggi detta S. Lorenzo.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Porta Tiburtina oggi detta S. Lorenzo. c. 1850

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    A picturesque view of the Tiburtine Gate in the Aurelian Walls, Rome. Read more

  42. Tempio di Antonino e Faustina
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Tempio di Antonino e Faustina c. 1850

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    A view of two artists looking at the Temple of Antonino and Faustina, Rome. Read more

  43. Arco di Tito.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Arco di Tito. c. 1850

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    A view of the Arch of Titus in the Forum, Rome. Read more

  44. Sepolcro Volgarmente detto degli Orazii e Curiazii in Albano.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Sepolcro Volgarmente detto degli Orazii e Curiazii in Albano. c. 1850

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    A picturesque view of the tomb of the Horatii and Curiatii brothers at Albano, Italy. Read more

  45. Tempio di Antonino Pio in oggi Dogana.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Tempio di Antonino Pio in oggi Dogana. c. 1850

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    A view of the Temple of Antonino Pio, Rome Read more

  46. Monumento della Concezione.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Monumento della Concezione. c. 1850

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    A view of the Piazza di Spagna with the monument of the Immaculate Conception and the headquarters of the Propaganda Fide, Rome. Read more

  47. Sepolcro di Cecilia Metella.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Sepolcro di Cecilia Metella. c. 1850

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    An attractive view of the Tomb of Caecilia Metella in the Via Appia, Rome. Read more

  48. Basilica di S. Giovanni in Laterano.
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    [COTTAFAVI, G.]

    Basilica di S. Giovanni in Laterano. c. 1850

    £75

    An attractive view of the Basilica of St John Lateran, Rome. Read more

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