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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. University and Queen’s College.
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    ACKERMANN, Rudolph.

    University and Queen’s College. 1814

    £120

    Ackermann’s encyclopaedic work on the colleges of Oxford is perhaps the definitive work on the subject. Prints from this work are much sought after. According to Abbey, this is the second state. Engraved by J.Hill. From A History of the University of Oxford by … Read more

  3. THE CUPOLA ROOM.
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    PYHE, W.H.

    THE CUPOLA ROOM. 1817

    £145

    Drawn by R. Cattermole and engraved by T. Sutherland, this fine aquatine depicts the large Cupola Room of Kensington Palace. Read more

  4. Hampton Court, Middlesex.
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    HOOPER, S.

    Hampton Court, Middlesex. 1784

    £38

    Published 12th October 1784 by S. Hooper, engraved by Sparrow. Read more

  5. Old Clothes Shop.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Old Clothes Shop. 1894

    £250

    ‘The Rag’ Shop, Milman’s Row. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  6. ‘Fried Fish’ shop.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    ‘Fried Fish’ shop. 1894

    £250

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  7. Paradise Row.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Paradise Row. 1894

    £250

    Formally Queen’s Road West, pulled down in the clearance of the north-west side of Royal Hospital Road in 1903. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun … Read more

  8. King’s Road.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    King’s Road. 1894

    £270

    The house of writer Emilie Ashurst Venturi. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower left. Read more

  9. 4 Cheyne Walk.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    4 Cheyne Walk. 1894

    £275

    The house that George Eliot spent the last few weeks of her life. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower … Read more

  10. Rosetti’s House, 16 Cheyne Walk, with Carl Lawson’s House adjoining.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Rosetti’s House, 16 Cheyne Walk, with Carl Lawson’s House adjoining. 1894

    £275

    Queen’s House, 16 Cheyne Walk was the home of Dante Gabriel Rossetti from 1862 until his death in 1882. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun … Read more

  11. Petyt House, Old Church Street
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Petyt House, Old Church Street 1894

    £250

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from Bits of Old Chelsea. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Petyt Hall, as seen in this engraving, was situated next to Chelsea … Read more

  12. A Corner of Sir Thomas More’s Garden, 28 Beaufort Street.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    A Corner of Sir Thomas More’s Garden, 28 Beaufort Street. 1894

    £275

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  13. The More Monument.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    The More Monument. 1894

    £210

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  14. Swan Walk.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Swan Walk. 1894

    £195

    View along Swan Walk looking North. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  15. Old Smithy.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Old Smithy. 1894

    £250

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  16. Old Houses (Corner of Danvers Street)
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Old Houses (Corner of Danvers Street) 1894

    £250

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  17. W. Bell Scott’s House, Lindsey Row.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    W. Bell Scott’s House, Lindsey Row. 1894

    £320

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower left. Read more

  18. Lower Cheyne Walk.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Lower Cheyne Walk. 1894

    £350

    Lower Cheyne Walk looking west. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  19. Lindsey House, Cheyne Walk.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Lindsey House, Cheyne Walk. 1894

    £270

    Lindsey House from the river. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  20. Middle Cheyne Walk.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Middle Cheyne Walk. 1894

    £350

    Middle Cheyne Walk looking north. Chelsea Old Church can be seen far left. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower … Read more

  21. Upper Cheyne Walk.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Upper Cheyne Walk. 1894

    £350

    Upper Cheyne Walk looking north. Chelsea Old Church can be seen far right. Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower … Read more

  22. Royal Hospital from Burton’s Court.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Royal Hospital from Burton’s Court. 1894

    £250

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  23. Royal Hospital from the river, before the Embankment.
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    BURGESS, William Walter.

    Royal Hospital from the river, before the Embankment. 1894

    £270

    Limited edition of 110, of which only 100 were for sale, from ‘Bits of Old Chelsea’. Signed by the artist in pencil lower left margin. Sun symbol within the image area, lower right. Read more

  24. The Observatory.
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    (CAMBRIDGE ALMANACK).

    The Observatory. 1825

    £125

    Copperplate engraving. Size: 310 470 mm. Slight creasing, lower margin tight, generally in good condition. Read more

  25. 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

  26. A view of the bridge now building over the Thames at Vauxhall.
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    DANIELL, William.

    A view of the bridge now building over the Thames at Vauxhall. 1810

    £4,500

    In 1800 George Dance junior, the City’s Clerk of the Works, commissioned William Daniell (1769-1837) to paint in oils and make an official aquatint for his grandiose scheme for improving the Port of London. This artistic success inspired Daniell to publish a series of coloured … Read more

  27. Custom House & London Bridge.
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    SHEPHERD, Thomas H

    Custom House & London Bridge. 1851

    £300

    A delightful view of Custom House, London Bridge and St Paul’s cathedral in the background. From Mighty London or the World’s Metropolis. Read more

  28. 1. Le College de la Trinité. 2. La Cour de Nevill, dans le College de la Trinité.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    1. Le College de la Trinité. 2. La Cour de Nevill, dans le College de la Trinité. c1707

    £125

    Trinity College was founded by King Henry VIII in 1546, it was formed by the merger of 2 existing, much older, medieval halls; King’s Hall (1317) & Michaelhouse (1324). Nevil’s Court was created via a bequest by one of the master’s of Trinity College; Thomas … Read more

  29. Vue de Cambridge du côte de l ‘Occident.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Vue de Cambridge du côte de l ‘Occident. c1707

    £65

    A view of the city of Cambridge from the west, with labourers toiling away in fields in the foreground, collecting the harvest. The city and university arms. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier and larger work entitled ‘Cantabrigia Illustrata’ (1690) by the … Read more

  30. Partie du College de S. Jean Baptiste.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Partie du College de S. Jean Baptiste. c1707

    £50

    An internal view of St. John’s College – one of Oxford’s richest colleges, founded by Thomas White, a wealthy merchant in 1555. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier and larger work entitled ‘Oxonia Illustrata’ (1695) by the English baroque engraver, draughtsman and … Read more

  31. 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

  32. Le College de New-Inn à Oxford.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Le College de New-Inn à Oxford. c1707

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    New Inn Hall was originally founded in the thirteenth century, it later became a part of Balliol College. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier and larger work entitled ‘Oxonia Illustrata’ (1695) by the English baroque engraver, draughtsman and painter; David Loggan. … Read more

  33. Le College de Toutes les Ames.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Le College de Toutes les Ames. c1707

    £50

    All Souls College is one of the wealthier Oxford colleges, founded in the fifteenth century by King Henry VI. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier and larger work entitled ‘Oxonia Illustrata’ (1695) by the English baroque engraver, draughtsman and painter; David Loggan. … Read more

  34. Le College de la Reine.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Le College de la Reine. c1707

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    Queens College was founded in 1341, by Robert de Eglesfield, chaplain to Queen Phillippa of Hainault, (hence the name) wife of King Edward III. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier, larger work entitled ‘Oxonia Illustrata’ (1695) by the English baroque engraver, draughtsman … Read more

  35. Vue interiere du College Neuf du côté du Nord.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Vue interiere du College Neuf du côté du Nord. c1707

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    New College was founded by William of Wykeham, the Bishop of Winchester, in 1379, to become a feeder college of further education to his school of Winchester College in Hampshire. New College was the first college to be designed around a quadrangle. This delightful … Read more

  36. Le Collège de S. Mary-Hall à Oxford.
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    AA, Pieter van der.

    Le Collège de S. Mary-Hall à Oxford. c1707

    £50

    St. Mary Hall was an academic hall, and was closely associated with Oriel College since the early part of the fourteenth century. This delightful octavo engraving is based on the earlier, larger work entitled ‘Oxonia Illustrata’ (1695) by the English baroque engraver, draughtsman and painter; … Read more

  37. A View of London as it was in the year 1647.
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    BENNING, R.

    A View of London as it was in the year 1647. 1756

    £3,500

    This wonderful, large panorama of a pre-fire London, taken from the south bank of the River Thames, looking north, closely resembles Wenceslas Hollar ‘s bird’s eye view of the city. Title in both English and French; keys 1-34 and 1-20 along the base of the … Read more

  38. A View of Hammersmith from Chiswick.
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    HARRISON. J

    A View of Hammersmith from Chiswick. c1775

    £150

    A delightful, if somewhat rustic, late eighteen century riverside view of the village of Hammersmith. One of a series of views published in ‘Harrison’s History of London’. Read more

  39. View of Cardiff from the Castle.
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    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.

    View of Cardiff from the Castle. 1871

    £75

    A wonderful glimpse of Victorian Cardiff, as seen from the castle gardens. The castle was first built by the Romans during their occupation of Britain, then rebuilt by the Normans towards the end of the 11th century, and finally it was renovated by the Victorians … Read more

  40. Cheltenham Illustrated.
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    THE GRAPHIC.

    Cheltenham Illustrated. 1887

    £95

    A fine montage of 17 Victorian sketches and scenes of this delightful west country spa town and surrounds. Scenes include; Cheltenham College, The Promenade, The Pittville Spa and The Queen’s Hotel. Read more

  41. The New Library at Oriel College.
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    The New Library at Oriel College. c1802

    £150

    The Oxford Almanack is an annual almanac published by the Oxford University Press for the University of Oxford since 1674. The almanacs traditionally included engravings and information about Oxford University, including the Heads of Colleges and a university calendar. No almanack appeared in 1675, but … Read more

  42. A western view of All Souls College.
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    A western view of All Souls College. c1802

    £150

    The Oxford Almanack is an annual almanac published by the Oxford University Press for the University of Oxford since 1674. The almanacs traditionally included engravings and information about Oxford University, including the Heads of Colleges and a university calendar. No almanack appeared in 1675, but … Read more

  43. Pembroke College from St. Aldgates Churchyard.
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    DELAMOTTE, W.A.

    Pembroke College from St. Aldgates Churchyard. c1843

    £120

    From ‘Original Views of Oxford, its colleges, chapels and gardens. From drawings … by W. A. Delamotte’. William Delamotte (1775 – 1863) was a draughtsman on wood and watercolourist. Read more

  44. St. John’s College Cambridge.
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    St. John’s College Cambridge. c1819

    £145

    A view of the college featuring ‘The Great Gate’, built in 1516, decorated with the arms of the founder of the college; Lady Margaret Beaufort – the grand mother of King Henry VIII. Read more

  45. St.John’s College, Oxford.
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    SLOCOMBE, Edward.

    St.John’s College, Oxford. 1885

    £150

    Delightful Victorian etching. Edward C. Slocombe came from a family of etchers. Some of his etchings were published in The Art Journal and by the Fine Art Society. Read more

  46. Radcliff Quadrangle of All Souls College.
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    DELAMOTTE, W.A.

    Radcliff Quadrangle of All Souls College. c1843

    £195

    From ‘Original Views of Oxford, its colleges, chapels and gardens. From drawings … by W. A. Delamotte’. William Delamotte (1775 – 1863) was a draughtsman on wood and watercolourist. Read more

  47. St. Mary’s Ch, & All Souls College.
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    DELAMOTTE, W.A.

    St. Mary’s Ch, & All Souls College. c1843

    £120

    From ‘Original Views of Oxford, its colleges, chapels and gardens. From drawings … by W. A. Delamotte’. William Delamotte (1775 – 1863) was a draughtsman on wood and watercolourist. Read more

  48. The South prospect of Reading, in the county of Berks.
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    BUCK, Samuel & Nathaniel.

    The South prospect of Reading, in the county of Berks.

    £145

    Reproduction from Buck’s Perspective views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales, Part V London, in 1774. The Buck brothers made highly detailed drawings which they then made engravings from. The result is an important record of Georgian London, rebuilt after the Great … Read more

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