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Lot #134
Low Estimate$200.00
High Estimate$300.00
Last UpdatedJuly 31, 2019


1) Benjamin Cole engraving of St. Martin’s Church in London. Matted 18 x 14.5”.

2) "Mr. Pope’s House at Twickenham, now in the Possession of Welbore Ellis, Esquire.” 5" x 8".

3) “Strawberry Hill, the Seat of Mr. Horace Walpole.” 5” x 8”.

4) “The Late Earl of Burlingtons Seat at Chisnick, seen from the Garden.” 5” x 8”.

5)“Navestock Hall, in Essex, the Seat of the Earl of Waldegrave.” 5.25" x 8.25”.

6) “The Seat of Richard Hoare Esquire near Boreham, in Essex.” 5" x 8”.

7) “Perspective View of Wentworth-House, in Yorkshire, the Seat of the Marquiss of Rockingham”. Engraved for the Modern Universal British Traveller. 9.75" x 14.75”.

8) “The Principal Front of Wentworth House.” 8" x 12.5”.

9) Large print of the first building of Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, with horse-drawn carriages and figures promenading. Includes names of faculty. Dated 1874. 14.75" x 18”.

10) “New Hall of Pembroke College.” Hand-colored engraving, drawn and engraved by J.H. Keux and published by J.H. Parker, Oxford, November 1, 1857. Depicts students and an intricate architectural courtyard with baskets, rake, shovel and dog in foreground. 14.75" x 18.25”.

11) “The New Front of Pembroke College”, a street scene with figures and an interesting array of architecture. Hand-colored engraving printed by McQueen and published by J. Parker Oxford. Dated November 1, 1837.

12) “L’Hermitage de ste. Rose de Lima Viie Perspective de l’Hermitage de Ste. Rose de Lima dans le Perou”, depicting the Hermitage in Lima and promenading figures. Marked "A Paris ches Huguier fils, Graveur, rue St. Jacques, au dessus de celle des Matthurns au Gd. St. Remy.” Hand-colored engraving. 13” x 20”.

13) “Le Pont de Westmunster, Vue du Pont de Westmunster.” Hand-colored engraving mounted on cardboard. 10” x 17”."


Some browning and marginal tears.

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