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Set of Four 19th century Coaching Prints. Hand Coloured. Originally drawn by James Pollard 1836. Published Feb 1837 by Ackerman and Co, 56 The Strand, London. Engraved by J B Campion. Maple Frames
Scences during the Snow Storm December 1836
The Liverpool Mail in a snow drift
The Devonshire Mail
The Birmingham Mail fast in the snow
The Louth Mail stopt by the snow
Width: 22.5″ / 57 cms
Height: 16.5″ / 42 cms
Set of four 19th century Aquatints after paintings by J F Herring Snr. Original colour. From a series of eight titled “Fores’ Series of Mothers”. Published May 18th 1854 by Messrs Fores, 41 Piccadilly, London. Engraved by J Harris. Oak frames. The four are Duck and Ducklings, Sow and Pigs, Draught Mare and Foal, Cow and Calf
Width: 18″ / 46 cms
Height: 15.25″ / 39 cms
Hand Coloured Mezzotint of Lord and Lady Melbourne.
Original Painting by George Stubbs (1724-1806) – Mezzotint Engraving in Ebonised and Gilt Frame.
The lady seated in the carriage is Elizabeth Milbanke, her husband, Peniston Lamb, 1st Lord Melbourne is mounted on a chestnut horse to the right. Sir Ralph Milbanke, Elizabeth’s father, stands beside her, along with her brother John Milbanke. The engraving was executed by Macbeth Raeburn R.A. – signed by him – printed and hand coloured by Henry Graves and Co. Royal Print Sellers.
Width: 37.5″ / 95 cms
Height: 30″ / 76 cms
Return from Shooting – the Duke of Newcastle and Colonel Litchfield returning from a day’s shooting in Clumber Park.
An important hand coloured stipple engraving – engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi and Samuel Alken. Painted by Francis Wheatley RA. Published by Joseph Barney, Tottenham Court Road, London 1793
Width: 33.5″ / 85 cm
Height: 29″ / 74 cm