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Unless otherwise stated, all books are first edition

D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

Mosque on the Booragunga Branch of the Ganges.

From the rare work, Antiquities of Dacca by the same author. Page of descriptive text included.

Published by J. Landseer. London 4 Jun 1814.

Inscribed ‘Drawn by Chas. D’Oyly Esqr.’ and ‘Engraved by J. Landseer, Engraver to the King and F.S.A.’/ ‘Proof.’ Wide untrimmed margins. Sheet size 580 x 430mm. (23 x 17ins). Plate size 335 x 265mm. (13.25 x 10.5ins).

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D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

Paugla Pool, with part of Dacca in the extreme distance.

From the rare work, Antiquities of Dacca by the same author.

Published by J. Landseer. London 4 Jun 1817.

Inscribed ‘Drawn by Chas. D’Oyly Esqr.’ and ‘Engraved by J. Landseer, Engraver to the King and F.S.A.’/ ‘Proof.’ Wide untrimmed margins. Sheet size 580 x 430mm. (23 x 17ins). Plate size 335 x 265mm. (13.25 x 10.5ins).

PR000104 £475   

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D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

Remains of a bridge near the Tantee Bazar.

From the rare work, Antiquities of Dacca by the same author. Page of descriptive text included.

Published by J. Landseer. London 4 Jun 1814.

Inscribed ‘Drawn by C. D’Oyly Esqr.’ and ‘Engraved by J. Landseer, Engraver to the King and F.S.A.’/ ‘Published 4 June 1814 by J. Landseer, 33 Foley Street, London’. Wide untrimmed margins. Sheet size 580 x 430mm. (23 x 17ins). Plate size 335 x 265mm.

PR000100 £475   

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D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

The Small Kuttra with its enclosed Mosque, Dacca.

From the rare work, Antiquities of Dacca by the same author. Page of descriptive text included.

Published by J. Landseer. London 1 Jan 1817.

Inscribed ‘Drawn by Chas. D’Oyly Esqr.’ and ‘Engraved by J. Landseer, Engraver to the King and F.S.A.’/ ‘Proof.’ Wide untrimmed margins. Sheet size 580 x 430mm. (23 x 17ins). Plate size 335 x 265mm. (13.25 x 10.5ins).

PR000101 £550   

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Eden, Hon. Emily (1797-1869).

Attendants on the Raja Khurruk Singh

From Portraits of the Princes & Peoples of India.

Published by J. Dickinson & Son, London 1844.

Tinted lithograph by L. Dickinson.

Not mentioned in the normally exhaustive bibliography, J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

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Eden, Hon. Emily (1797-1869).

Son of the Nawaub of Banda.

Title page from Portraits of the Princes & Peoples of India by Hon. Large portrait vignette of the young prince enclosed by elaborate Mooresque frame.

London 1844.

Tinted lithograph. Approx. 361 x 511mm. (14 x 20ins).

Not mentioned in Abbey. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000028 £350   

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Engraved by Richard Earlom (1743-1822), after Johann Zoffany, R.A.

The Embassy of Hyderbeck to Calcutta.

A very fine early impression in a late nineteenth century giltwood and plaster frame with the original glass.
Together with the rare separately published key plate dated 12th July, 1800 (14.2 x 11ins).

Robert Laurie & James Whittle No. 53 Fleet Street, London 12th July 1800

Mezzotint on laid paper with thread margins, 27 x 21 ins.

PR00500 £9,750   

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Engraved by Richard Earlom (1743-1822), after Johann Zoffany, R.A.

Zoffany, Johann R.A. (1773-1810). Colonel Mordaunt's Cock Match. At Lucknow in the province of Oude in the year 1786 at which were present several High and Distinguished Personages.

An impression from the second half of the nineteenth century on wove paper with hand-colour, first published as a mezzotint by Earlom after Zoffany, Robert Sayer, London, 1792. Image 15.5 x 22ins. (390 x 559 cm). Sheet 21 ins. x 26.5ins (533 x 673 cm).

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