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  1. Performing Arts: Anthony Made the English Posture-Master.
  2. Performed before King George 2nd at the New Theatre, Covent Garden. Engraved for the New Universal Magazine.
    Date: 1753.
    Condition: Fine laid to board.
    Size: 299 x 216mm (11¾ x 8½in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001050]
  5. £1200.00
 
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  1. Performing Arts: Mrs. Midnight's Animal Comedians - Dogs.
  2. Engraved for the New Universal Magazine
    Date: 1753
    Condition: Trimmed on left-hand corner. Laid on board.
    Size: 191mm x 248mm (7½ x 9¾in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001051]
  5. £550.00
 
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  1. Broadside: Thames Tunnel.
  2. Commemoration Day of the Opening of The Thames Tunnel as a Thoroughfare.
    Date: 23rd March 1843
    Condition: Fine, small tear on middle right-hand side.
    Size: 292 x 210mm (11½ x 8¼in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001052]
  5. £220.00
 
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  1. Performing Arts: Mr. Price - Surprising Performances of Circus Horses & Riders.
  2. Engraved for the Universal Museum & Comp. Magazine.
    Circa: 1753.
    Condition: Laid on board - Fold left-hand side
    Size: 216 x 235mm (8½ x 9¼in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001053]
  5. £1400.00
 
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  1. Trade Card: Richard Hand - Buns Maker and Seller.
  2. The oldest original Chelsea Bunn Baker trading at The Kings Arms, Chelsea removed from the Old Original Chelsea Bunn House. Drawn and Printed by William Hogarth.
    Date 1718.
    Condition: Tear at bottom left hand corner.
    Size: 216 x 165mm (8½ x 6½in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001056]
  5. £1500.00
 
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  1. Portrait: Pocahontas - age 21 Born 1595 - Died 1617.
  2. Native American - Notable for her association with the Colonial Settlement at Jamestown. She was captured and held for ransom by the Colonists in 1613. During her captivity converted to christianity and baptised under the name of Rebecca. She married John Rolfe in 1614 and had a son when aged 17 or 18. She came to London in 1616. In 1617 she sailed for Virgina but died at Gravesend age 20 or 21.
    Date: Published 10th August 1793 by W. Richardson.
    Condition: Marks around print caused by glue. Image in good condition.
    Size: 203 x 172mm (8 x 6¾in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001060]
  5. £250.00
 
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  1. Portrait: Arthur Thistlewood Born 1774 - Died 1820.
  2. British radical active and conspirator in the Cato Street conspiracy. He killed a policeman during the raid and was executed for treason.
    Circa 1820.
    Condition: Fine.
    Size: 292 x 197mm (11½ x 7¾in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001061]
  5. £250.00
 
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  1. Portrait
  2. Christ's Hospital was consequently founded in a building vacated by the Grey Friars in Newgate Street, London. In 1552 young King Edward VI wrote a letter to the Lord Mayor of London to set up a charitable school for boys. In November 1552 the doors were opened to 380 pupils and in one year had risen to 500. King Edward VI became patron eleven days before he died in 1553. Drawn by J. Crystal Pinx'c F. Vincent Sc. Published by H. Harrison.
    Circa 1820/30.
    Condition: Fine.
    Size: 273 x 184mm (10¾ x 7¼in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001062]
  5. £120.00
 
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  1. Billhead - Receipt
  2. John Sharpe - Bookseller - Juvenile Library, London Museum, Piccadilly, London.
    Date 1816.
    Condition: Watermark left-hand side, tear top right hand side.
    Size: 159 x 197mm (6¼ x 7¾in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001063]
  5. £78.00
 
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  1. Menu
  2. Mercers Hall Banquet. Master Wadham Lock Sutton, Esq.
    Date 2nd March 1859.
    Condition: Fine Paper Lace, complete with back sheet.
    Size: 260 x 203mm (10¼ x 8in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001064]
  5. £180.00
 
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  2. Mercers Hall Banquet. Master Rev. Charlton Lane.
    Date 7th May 1862.
    Condition: Fine Paper Lace, complete with back sheet.
    Size: 254 x 203mm (10 x 8in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001065]
  5. £180.00
 
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  2. Mansion House, London - Banquet, The Right Hon. William Cubitt, M.P., Lord Mayor.
    Date 20th December 1860.
    Condition: Fine Paper Lace, complete with back sheet.
    Size: 241 x 191mm (9½ x 7½in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001066]
  5. £180.00
 
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  1. Performing Arts - Ballet.
  2. Mad'lle Pauline Duvernay as Florinda in the "Devil On Two Sticks". Born 1812 Versailles France - Died 2nd September 1894, Mundford, Norfolk, England. Studied in France under Auguste Vestris, Jean-Francois Coulon and Filippo Taglioni. Debut in London at the Drury Lane Theatre.
    Circa 1833.
    Condition: Fine - Small mark on the edge right-hand side.
    Size: 279 x 216mm (11 x 8½in).
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 001069]
  5. £250.00