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Francis, Dr. Charles Richard.

A Bazaar or Market Scene.

From Sketches of Native Life in India, with views in Rajpootana, Simlah etc.

London 1848.

Tinted lithograph. Drawn on stone by J.C. Anderson. Sketched from Nature by Dr C. R. Francis. Very slight marginal loss not affecting image. Approx. 250 x 343 mm. (10 x 14ins). Printed by C.H. Fairland.

PR000030 £150   

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Fraser, James Baillie (1783-1856).

View of Court House Street from near the South Eastern Gate of Government House.

From Fraser's Views of Calcutta and its Environs.

London 1824-1826.

Aquatint with original hand colouring. Original unfaded colour. Trimmed to image. 270 x 415mm. Approx. (11 x16ins).

Abbey Travel 494 no. 11. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000031 £700   

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Grindlay, Captain Robert Melville (1786 -1877).

The Town & Pass of Boondi in Rajpootana.

From Scenery, Costumes and Architecture chiefly on the Western Side of India. (Plate 23). 'From a drawing by Captn. Chas. Auber of the Quarter Master Genls. Department, Ceylon'.

Published by Smith, Elder & Co. London 1830.

Aquatint with original hand-colouring by W. Westall and engraved by C. Bentley. Good margins and plate mark, Whatman paper. Approx. 290 x 355mm. (11.5 x 14ins).

PR000258 £700   

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Grindlay, Captain Robert Melville (1786 -1877).

View of Sassoor in the Deccan.

From Scenery, Costumes and Architecture chiefly on the Western Side of India. From a sketch made on the spot by Capt. Grindlay, 1813, for the Hon. Mrs Stewart Mackenzie.

Published by Smith, Elder & Co. London 1830.

Aquatint with original hand colouring by W. Purser and engraved by R.G. Reeve. Reasonable margins but trimmed within plate mark on three sides. Whatman paper watermarked 1828. Possibly a 'proof before-letters'. Approx. 291 x 380mm. (11 x 15ins).

Abbey Travel 442 no. 33. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000034 £900   

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Hearne, Thomas (1744-1817).

Gwalior.

A rare individually published copper engraved print with platemark and margins.

Published by James Rennell, London 1784.

Engraved by Wm. Byrne, the Figures by J. Hall. 80 x 485mm. (15 x 19.25ins).

PR000249 £1,100   

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Jack, Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander (1805-1857).

Showing part of the Road by which the Guns were taken up above the Town of Mulkera.

From Six Views of Kot Kangra and the Surrounding Country. This is perhaps the most dramatic view by Alexander Jack of the Kot Kangra region.

Published by Smith, Elder & Co., London 1847.

Lithograph with original hand-colour signed on the lithographic surface. Rich unfaded hand-colour. Scarce. Approx. 390 x 575mm. (15 x 23ins).

Abbey Travel 473 no. 4. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000041 £1,900   

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