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  • A young lady of Corsica

    A young lady of Corsica

    Stock No. 5209PS

    Lithograph with modern hand-colouring from Edward Lear’s More Nonsense, first edition, 1872.  Sheet 163 x 210 mm.

    An illustration from one of Lear’s lesser-known works.  This particular series was never published in colour, but this example has been coloured by one of the best professional colourists who is familiar with the techniques and pigments used by the Victorians.

    £25.00
  • A young person in green

    A young person in green

    Stock No. 5210PS

    Lithograph with modern hand-colouring from Edward Lear’s More Nonsense, first edition, 1872.  Sheet 163 x 210 mm.

    An illustration from one of Lear’s lesser-known works.  This particular series was never published in colour, but this example has been coloured by one of the best professional colourists who is familiar with the techniques and pigments used by the Victorians.

    £25.00
  • A young person of Ayr

    A young person of Ayr

    Stock No. 5211PS

    Lithograph with modern hand-colouring from Edward Lear’s More Nonsense, first edition, 1872.  Sheet 163 x 210 mm.

    An illustration from one of Lear’s lesser-known works.  This particular series was never published in colour, but this example has been coloured by one of the best professional colourists who is familiar with the techniques and pigments used by the Victorians.

    £25.00
  • A young person of Bantry

    A young person of Bantry

    Stock No. 5212PS

    Lithograph with modern hand-colouring from Edward Lear’s More Nonsense, first edition, 1872.  Sheet 163 x 210 mm.

    An illustration from one of Lear’s lesser-known works.  This particular series was never published in colour, but this example has been coloured by one of the best professional colourists who is familiar with the techniques and pigments used by the Victorians.

    £25.00
  • A young person of Janina

    A young person of Janina

    Stock No. 5213PS

    Lithograph with modern hand-colouring from Edward Lear’s More Nonsense, first edition, 1872.  Sheet 163 x 210 mm.

    An illustration from one of Lear’s lesser-known works.  This particular series was never published in colour, but this example has been coloured by one of the best professional colourists who is familiar with the techniques and pigments used by the Victorians.

    £25.00
  • A young person whose history ..

    A young person whose history ..

    Stock No. 5214PS

    Lithograph with modern hand-colouring from Edward Lear’s More Nonsense, first edition, 1872.  Sheet 163 x 210 mm.

    An illustration from one of Lear’s lesser-known works.  This particular series was never published in colour, but this example has been coloured by one of the best professional colourists who is familiar with the techniques and pigments used by the Victorians.

    £25.00
  • Abercrombie, John: The Gardener’s Pocket Journal and Daily Assistant

    Abercrombie, John: The Gardener’s Pocket Journal and Daily Assistant

    Stock No. 1250BS

    London, Baldwin and Cradock, twentieth edition, 1831.  12º (135 x 81 mm.), pp. viii, 9-282, title preceded by “Observations” leaf and frontispiece.  Contemporary full dark green roan, lettered direct.  Very good condition.

    £50.00
  • Aberystwyth

    Aberystwyth

    Stock No. 3381MS

    Lithographed hand-coloured plan, sheet size 345 x 215 mm., based on the Ordnance Survey and published in 1837 for the Royal Commission Report on Boundaries.

    £60.00
  • Abingdon

    Abingdon

    Stock No. 3380MS

    Lithographed hand-coloured plan, sheet size 345 x 215 mm., based on the Ordnance Survey and published in 1837 for the Royal Commission Report on Boundaries.

    £60.00
  • Adam and Eve driven out of Paradise, by John Martin

    Adam and Eve driven out of Paradise, by John Martin

    Stock No. 5308PS

    Mezzotint on steel with etching for Paradise Lost, book 12, line 641.  Image 137 x 207 mm., sheet about 182 x 283 mm.  First published 1825-7.  A late printing with some re-engraving of the small version of Martin’s plate, probably from one of the Washbourne editions, 1849-58 (see article).  A good  impression from a relatively well-preserved plate.

    £90.00
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