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  1. The Spirit of Byron. In the Isles of Greece.
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    (BYRON, Lord.) BURN, H.

    The Spirit of Byron. In the Isles of Greece. [c.1825]

    £575

    A rare optical illusion print celebrating Byron’s advocacy of and sacrifice for the cause of Greek Independence, for which he died in 1824. The lines of poetry printed beneath the image, “Are not they a part / Of me and my soul as I of … Read more

  2. Max and the Wild Things having a Rumpus.
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    SENDAK, Maurice

    Max and the Wild Things having a Rumpus. 1971

    £375

    Edition of 500. This image from Where the Wild Things Are was created in 1971 as part of a project with 19 different images from eight different books comprising Maurice Sendak’s favorite images that he felt could exist on their own without text, for framing … Read more

  3. Winston S. Churchill Engraved in Mezzotint from the Painting.
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    (CHURCHILL, Winston S.) BIRLEY, Oswald.

    Winston S. Churchill Engraved in Mezzotint from the Painting. 1946

    £800

    Edition of 325. Signed in pencil below the image by the engraver, Lawrence Josset. Birley was probably the leading portraitist of his day, after his first royal commission in 1928, a portrait of George VI for the National Museum of Wales, he painted “virtually every … Read more

  4. Shakespeare. Merry Wives of Windsor.
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    PETERS, Rev W.

    Shakespeare. Merry Wives of Windsor. 1793

    £400 £160

    Plate 11, from the first volume of Boydell’s famous work on Shakespeare. The plates are among the most sought after of eighteenth century English engravings. Read more

  5. Colossus Monarchi.
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    SEUTTER, Matthew

    Colossus Monarchi. 1728

    £530 £318

    One of a set of four prints that originally appeared in the 1728 Atlas Novus. It shows a Colossus with a sword and sceptre. On his body and armour are listed the kings of ancient civilizations: Assyrian, Persian, Greek and Roman, whilst on the legs … Read more

  6. Statua Regum Europaeorum P.C. N. Nomina Continens.
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    SEUTTER, Matthew.

    Statua Regum Europaeorum P.C. N. Nomina Continens. 1728

    £530 £318

    One of a set of four prints that originally appeared in the 1728 Atlas Novus. This curious image shows a king, flanked on one side by crowns, sceptres, weapons musical instruments, and on the other by coats of arms . On his body and armour … Read more

  7. IMOGEN. “Look here love, this diamond was my mother’s – take it heart”. Cymbeline Act1 Scene i.
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    WONTNER, W.C.

    IMOGEN. “Look here love, this diamond was my mother’s – take it heart”. Cymbeline Act1 Scene i. 1895

    £175 £70

    Titled Proof of a gorgeous mezzotint showing Imogen from Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, looking out, taking a ring off her finger. Engraved by Miller, F. Read more

  8. The Punch Bowl – A Mystery.
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    SADLER,Walter Dendy.

    The Punch Bowl – A Mystery.

    £175

    Restrike from the original plate. Engraver: ATKINSON, TL. Read more

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