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  1. Keep them Happy with your Books. Books are Urgently Needed for the Forces. Bombed Libraries. Munitions of War.
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    LEAHY, Bernard.

    Keep them Happy with your Books. Books are Urgently Needed for the Forces. Bombed Libraries. Munitions of War. [c.1940]

    £350

    Image shows a file of uniformed service personnel gleefully grinning at the prospect of literature. Churchill himself featured in a Pathe short requesting that the public “look, and look again” at their bookshelves to provide something for the forces “to read in the long … Read more

  2. 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

  3. [George] Washington.
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    SADD, H.S.

    [George] Washington. c.1820

    £125

    A very handsome study of the first U.S. President George Washington, depicted in full military uniform beside his war horse with the smoke of battle surrounding them. Read more

  4. Stern Views of the Glorioso and Invincible.
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    CHARNOCK, John.

    Stern Views of the Glorioso and Invincible. 1801

    £170

    Engraved by Newton in History of Marine Architecture, 1801 Read more

  5. The Gloire,
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    CHARNOCK, John.

    The Gloire, 1801

    £170

    Published in History of Marine Architecture, engraved by Newton. Read more

  6. Prisoners of War need your Help.
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    (WORLD WAR II - POWs)

    Prisoners of War need your Help. [after 1941]

    £250

    Visually, and one would hope financially, appealing war-time fund-raiser. ” Upper three quarters of the poster filled by a black and white photograph. The lower portion is a red box with four lines of white capitalised text. The top line of text has a black … Read more

  7. Allied Generals Before Sebastopol (& Key)
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    BARKER, Thomas Jones; engraved by C. G. Lewis.

    Allied Generals Before Sebastopol (& Key)

    £1,450

    Restrike from original plate. Read more

  8. Antropophage d’Ombay, costume de guerre.
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    ARAGO, J. Engraved by L'ABBAYE, de Langlume

    Antropophage d’Ombay, costume de guerre. c1820

    £85

    Lithograph. Good condition; some light foxing to the margins, slightly affecting the image. Size: 26.5 x 35.5 cm Read more

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    MALLET, Alain Manesson

    c1690

    £110

    Interesting engraving from the French text edition of Description d’Univers by Alain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled military engineer and geographer who worked in 17th century France under King Louis XIV. Read more

  10. BATTLE of MEASTRICHT.
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul. Engraved by BASIRE, James.

    BATTLE of MEASTRICHT.

    £95

    A detailed plan of the city and surroundings of Maestricht with inscription: “PLAN of the CAMP of the ALLIES, commanded by MONSR. D’AUVERQUERQUE, and the manner in which it was drawn up in Battle, when the Army of the TWO CROWNS advanced to ATTACK IT … Read more

  11. PLAN of the BATTLE of ECKEREN.
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul. Engraved by BASIRE, James.

    PLAN of the BATTLE of ECKEREN. c1745

    £120

    A detailed plan of the city and surroundings of Eckern with inscription: “ECKEREN A Village in the Netherlands, in BRABANT, in the County of RYEM, at which the Confederates were attacked by ye French, 30 June, 1703.” The map was drawn & engraved by Basire … Read more

  12. AETH a Strong Frontier TOWN in BRABANT, taken by the DUKE of MARLBOROUGH in 1706.
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul.

    AETH a Strong Frontier TOWN in BRABANT, taken by the DUKE of MARLBOROUGH in 1706. c1745

    £75

    A detailed plan of the city and fortifications of Aeth. The map was drawn & engraved by Basire for “The History of England” written in French by Mr. Rapin de Thoyras. Translated into English with Additional Notes by N. Tindal. M.A. the Vicar of Great … Read more

  13. PLAN of the CITY of DENDERMONDE,  and the manner in which it was blocked by the troops of the ALLIES.
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul.

    PLAN of the CITY of DENDERMONDE, and the manner in which it was blocked by the troops of the ALLIES. c1745

    £95

    A detailed plan of the city and fortifications of Dendermonde and its surroundings, with an inset showing a prospect of the city of Dendermonde in the bottom left corner. The map was drawn & engraved by Basire for “The History of England” written in French … Read more

  14. PLAN of the SIEGE of TOURNAY.
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul.

    PLAN of the SIEGE of TOURNAY. c1745

    £120

    A detailed plan of the city and fortifications of Tournay with inscription in top right “TOURNAY A Strong City and Castle in the Earldom of FLANDERS, taken by the CONFEDERATES July 7.1709, and left as a Barrier Town to the Dutch by the Treaty of … Read more

  15. PLAN of the LINES of BRABANT
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul.

    PLAN of the LINES of BRABANT c1745

    £95

    Detailed map was drawn & engraved by Basire for “The History of England” written in French by Mr. Rapin de Thoyras. Translated into English with Additional Notes by N. Tindal. M.A. the Vicar of Great Waltham in Essex, England. This is a very attractive map … Read more

  16. Nizam or Regular Troops.
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    PRISSE, E.

    Nizam or Regular Troops. 1831

    £465 £186

    An attractive lithograph showing three soldiers at rest, taken rom the Oriental Album of Characters, Costumes, and Modes of Life in the Valley of the Nile, engraved by Mouilleron, published by James madden in London. Read more

  17. 50th  Regiment Madras  Native Infantry – sketched at Hong Kong.
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    50th Regiment Madras Native Infantry – sketched at Hong Kong. c.1870.

    £45 £18

    View of seven assorted soldiers- an officer, an infantry man, a drummer boy and four more, a Chinese servant and two dogs. Read more

  18. The City of Namur with the Castle and other fortifications
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    RAPIN DE THOYRAS, Paul.

    The City of Namur with the Castle and other fortifications c1745

    £120 £48

    A detailed plan of Namur with a numbered list and an inscription giving a brief history. Very decorative. From Mr Tindal’s Continuation of Rapin’s History. Read more

  19. The Charge of the Heavy Brigade
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    GILES, G.D.

    The Charge of the Heavy Brigade

    £300

    Chelsea. An original Etching by J. Mcneill Whistler. Engraved by G. E. Read more

  20. The Intellect and Valour of Britain (& Key)
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    BARKER, Thomas Jones.

    The Intellect and Valour of Britain (& Key)

    £850

    Restrike from original plate. Engraved by Lewis, C.G. Read more

  21. The Lord Mayor’s Appeal to the Citizens of London.
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    (WORLD WAR I.)

    The Lord Mayor’s Appeal to the Citizens of London. [1914]

    £200

    Col. Sir Charles Johnston’s call to the “citizens of the most populous City of the Empire, to come forward in your thousands for the defence of our beloved Country.” Read more

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