James Gillray

' German Nonchalence; or, the Vexation of Little Boney', by James Gillray (1781-1810). Original hand coloured engraving published 1803, in a period Hogarth frame £POA.

The Royal Review of the Fleet

By Francis Wells (exhibited 1897 -1938) Etching with aquatint coloured in the inks. Artists proof.

16 x 38cm framed. £POA

Prints

Poole and Sons' have a wide range of antique prints that include Caricature, Botanical, Decorative, Old Master, Sporting, and Topographic etc. Below is a small sample. All measurements are the image only.

Item 1

Sir Frank Brangwyn RA (1867 - 1956) signed etching, "The Black Windmill", Gaunt 135. 57.5 x 68cm, in a line and wash mount, framed.

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Item 2

Honore Daumier (1808 - 1879). "Robert Macarie the Professer of Industry", from the series Robert Macarie published in 1840 for Le Charivari. lithograph, original hand colouring, hightened with gum arabic. 20.5 x 28cm in a mount.

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Item 3

Taken Short; Etching with original hand colouring. "Cela ne dit pas mais cela se devine" (it does not say but it is guessed), published circa 1800 by Martinet, Paris. 24.5 x 18cm in a mount.

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Item 4

James Gillray (1757 - 1815), "Alecto and her train, at the gate of Pandæmonium:- or - the recruiting sarjeant enlisting JohnBull, into the revolution service". Hand coloured etching, Bohn edition published circa 1849. 41 x 46cm in a period Hogarth frame.

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Item 5

James Gillray (1757 - 1815), "Ancient Music". Hand coloured etching, Bohn edition published circa 1849. 40 x 55cm in a period Hogarth frame.

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Item 6

Francois-Joseph Luigi Loir (1845 - 1916) "Averse sur les Boulevards" Coloured etching with aquatint, signed and annotated in pencil in the margin, circa 1909. 36.5 x 36cm mounted and framed.

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Item 7

Thomas Rowlandson (1756 - 1827) "The fatal pilot grasps the helm... and steers the crew to plutos realm" Published in 1815 by Rudolph Ackermann for the series entitled "The English Dance of Death". 11.5 x 20cm in a mount.

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Item 8

Thomas Rowlandson (1756 - 1827) " By Gar, that horrid, strange Buffon Cannot keep tiome to any tune."Published in 1815 by Rudolph Ackermann for the series entitled "The English Dance of Death". 12 x 19.5cm in a mount.

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Item 9

Thomas Rowlandson (1756 - 1827) "Hodges Explanation of a Hundred Magistrates" Original hand coloured engraving, published 1815 by Tegg, 22 x 33cm in a period Hogarth frame.

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Item 10

Georges Meunier (1869 - 1942), "Le Temps File Trop Vite Avec La Parisienne!" (The Time Spins Too Quickly With The Parisian one). Illustration from Le Rire published 1902. 44 x 28cm framed.

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