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STRANGE, continued :

£ s. d. the first separate issue, some mounted ; half red morocco, gilt edges

[1750-90] 18 00 The most famous works of the great masters are here represented, as Sir Robert Strange's taste caused him to select the finest examples, principally from the

works of the Italian school, as may be seen by the following summary :

Guido, 13 pictures ; Raphael, 4; Guercino, 4; Titian, 4; Correg. gio, 2; Salvator Rosa, 2; Carlo Maratti, 2; Pietro di Cortona, 2. The Flemish Painters are also represented in the magnificent portraits of Vandyke, 5 pictures, and examples of Wouvermans and Vanloo.

This is without question one of the most magnificent series of engravings ever produced in England. For their beauty in the department of line engraving they are unrivalled.

COLLATION : text, pp. 1-19; plates, 1-50.
4256 DENNISTOUN (J.). Memoirs of Sir Robert Strange, and of his

brother-in-law Andrew Lumisden, Private Secretary to the Stuart
Princes. 2 vols., post 8vo., with portraits ; cloth

1855 0 10 0 4257 STREET (G. E.). Brick and Marble in the Middle Ages: Notes of a

Tour in the North of Italy. 8vo., with numerous illustrations ;
cloth

1855 0 12 0 4258

Second Edition. 8vo., with numerous illustrations; cloth 1874 1 16 0 4259

SOME ACCOUNT of GothIC ARCHITECTURE in Spain. Second Edition. 8vo., with 51 plates, 25 plans, and numerous illustrations ; cloth

1869 2 16 0 4260 STREETER (E. W.). Precious Stones and Gems, their History and

distinguishing Characteristics. 8vo., with coloured plates, photographs,
etc.; tree-calf gilt

1877 0 10 0 4261 STRUTT (J.). HORDA ANGEL-CYNNAN : or a compleat View of

the Manners, Customs, Arms, and Habits, &c. of the Inhabitants of
England, from the arrival of the Saxons, till the reign of Henry VIII.
3 vols., 4to., with 157 plates, principally reproductions of Anglo-Saxon
illustrated MSS.; calf gilt

1774-76 3 3 0 4262 the same. 3 vols., 4to., a fine and tall copy in bds., uncut 1775-76 3 10 0 4263 BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY; containing an Historical

Account of all the Engravers, from the earliest Period of the Art of
Engraving to the present time. 2 vols., 4to., with tinted facsimiles of
rare early engravings, also a number of MS. additions including a
Memoir of the Author ; russia, with the book-plate of Thomas Hayward
Southby of Carswell; or, in russia extra, gilt edges

1785-86 1 17 6 At the beginning is an essay on the rise and progress of both copper and wood

engraving. 4264

DRESS AND HABITS OF PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. A new and improved Edition, by J. R. PLANCHÉ. 2 vols., with 153 coloured plates, 1842.-REGAL AND ECCLESIASTICAL ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND. A new and improved Edition, by J. R. PLANCHÉ. With 72 coloured plates, 1842.-together, 3 vols., roy. 4to., half morocco, gilt tops, uncut

1842 600 4265 the same. 3 vols., roy. 4to., the plates EXTRA-ILLUMINATED in GOLD,

Silver, and OPAQUE COLOURS in the MISSAL STYLE, being in exact facsimile
of the originals; half morocco, gilt tops, uncut

1842 10 0 0 4266

3 vols., roy. 4to., sumptuously bound in green morocco extra, broad gold borders, gilt edges

1842 15 15 0 A monumental work gathered from authentic sources, such as the British Museum, the libraries of Oxford and Cambridge, and the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth. The plates are carefully copied from ancient MSS., monuments, etc.

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STRUTT, continued :4267

COLLECTED WORKS. 9 vols., 4to. (as described below), with hundreds of plain and COLOURED plates ; a splendid copy in dark red morocco extra, with the Bunbury

, bookplate and arms

1775-1801 40 00

CONTENTS.
1-3. HORDA ANGEL - Cynnan. 3 7-8. DRESS and Habits of the
vols.
1775-76

PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. 2 vols.
4-5. CHRONICLE of ENGLAND. 2
vols.
1777

1796-99
6. Regal and ECCLESIASTICAL AN- 9. CLIC-CAMENA ANGEL - Deod
TIQUITIES
1793

1801 4268 STUDLEY Royal Park. Thirty-nine delicate Drawings in pencil of the

Trees in Studley Royal Park, Yorkshire. Mounted in a roy. 4to.
volume

1837 1 16 0 An extremely interesting collection, with the names and dimensions of the trees

represented.
4269 Sykes. Catalogue of the collection of Prints of Sir Mark Masterman

Sykes. 3 parts in 1 vol., 4to., with Prices and Names in MS.;
cloth

1824 0 4 6 The first part (1324 lots) consists of a remarkable series of British Portraits ;

the rest of Dutch, English and Italian prints.
4270 TASSIE (J.). A DESCRIPTISE CATALOGUE of ancient and modern

ENGRAVED Ġems, Cameos as well as Intaglios, taken from the most
Celebrated Cabinets in Europe ; arranged and described by R. E.
RASPE. 2 vols., roy. 4to., LARGE PAPER ; with 57 copperplates; text in
English and French; calf

1791 2 2 0 4271 TAYLOR (W. B. S.). A Manual of Fresco and Encaustic Painting. 8vo., cloth

1843 0 2 6 4272 THANE (J.). BRITISH AUTOGRAPHY. A Collection of Fac

Similes of the Hand Writings of Royal and Illustrious Personages,
with their authentic Portraits. 3 vols., 4to., with about 250 portraits,
all with autographs, fine original impressions ; contemporary straight.

grained blue morocco, gilt edges; or, russia extra, gilt edges [1788-90] 12 00 1273 THOMPSON (Sir H.). A CATALOGUE of BLUE and WHITE NANRIN

PORCELAIN forming the Collection of Sir Henry Thompson. 4to., with
26 fine plates after drawings by JAMES WHISTLER and the Owner; cloth;

privately printed, 1878 3 10 0 4274 THOMSON (James). THE SEASONS. Roy. folio, with frontispiece,

5 large prints and 15 head and tail pieces, beautifully engraved by
BARTOLOZZI and P. W. Tomkins, from original Pictures painted by
W. Hamilton, SPLENDID IMPRESSIONS, the letterpress printed in large and
beautiful type by BENSLEY; red morocco, elegantly tooled on back and
sides, inside borders, gilt edges, a CHOICE COPY

1797 10 10 0 4275 TURNER (J. M. W.). LIBER STUDIORUM. BIRKET

FOSTER'S SET OF THE 71 PLATES bound in oblong folio,
with an additional title prefixed hy himself in Manuscript
" LIBER STUDIORUM. ETCHINGS AND TOUCHED PROOFS.
By J. M. W. TURNER.”; bound in blue morocco, gilt edges,

,
this binding being over sixty years old

1812-19 250 0 0 In this set, Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 37, 42, 44, 58, 59, 64, 65, 70, are excellent impressions of the first state.- Nos. 2, 3, 18, 19, 20, 24, 26, 34, 38, 40, 41, 46, 48, 51, 57, 61, 66, 68, are chosen impressions of the second state.- Nos. 13, 23, 25, 32, 33, 35, 36, 39, 43, 47, 49, 50, 53, 55, 56, 60, 62, 63, 69, and 71, are equally fine impressions of the third state.- Nos. 1, 9, 45, 52,

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TURNER, continued :

£ 8. d. 54, 67, are of the fourth. Thus there are 27 plates in first impressions, 18 in second, 20 in third, and 6 in fourth impressions.

THERE IS A FURTHER ADDITION OF GREAT IMPORTANCE, NAMELY A DUPLICATE OF PLATE 70 IN A PROOF STATE ANTERIOR TO THE FIRST PUBLISHED ISSUE, of which the most striking peculiarity is the different treatment of the cbaudelier, which has seven small distinct lights instead of a broad single flare as in the regular plates; and the complete absence of the inscription “Fear God and Honour the King." This plate bears an inscription in pencil by Turner himself“ Drawn, Etched, and Engraved by J. M. W. Turner, Å.A.” Of this plate there is probably only one

other copy in existence. 4276

Turner's Liber Studiorum, a Description and a Catalogue. By W. G. Rawlinson.' 8vo., bds. 1878 0 12 6 4277

Notes on the Liber Studiorum of J. M. W. Turner. By Stopford Brooke. 8vo., with 6 plates ; cloth 1885 0 6 6 4278

PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. 4to., with numerous vignettes and 80 plates, engraved by W. B. and G. Cooke, etc.; half morocco extra, gilt edges

1826 2 10 0 4279

the same.

2 vols., folio, LARGE PAPER, PROOFS; half morocco; or bound in 1 vol., russia, gilt edges

1826 10 10 0 4280

the same. Folio, LARGE PAPER, SUPERB PROOFS; in the 16 original parts, in a half morocco portfolio, dates on the wrappers

1814-26 25 0 0 “ This copy was carefully selected for me by the late F. Halsted,

J. Percy." 4281

PICTURESQUE VIEWS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. With Descriptive and Historic Illustrations by H. E. LLOYD. 2 vols., impl. 4to., LARGE PAPER, excellent impressions of the 96 beautiful plates engraved under the superintendence of Heath from Turner's drawings ; red morocco extra, gilt edges, fine copy

1838 12 0 0 4282

the same.

2 vols., impl. 4to., LARGE PAPER, INDIA PROOFS ; red morocco extra, gilt edges, arms on sides, by Lewis

1838 35 00 4283

the same. 2 vols., impl. 4to., LARGE PAPER, INDIA PROOFS ; beautifully bound in red morocco extra, by Bedford

1838 40 00 4284

the same.

2 vols., impl. folio, LARGEST PAPER ; INDIA PROOFS BEFORE LETTERS ; a magnificent copy in red morocco extra, by Bedford

1838 75 0 0 The grand and picturesque effects of this great master of the English school of landscape painting are powerfully exhibited in this, which, after the Liber Studiorum, may be considered his finest work. The engravings were executed by the best English artists, and possess all

the fidelity to nature of the original drawings. 4285 THE HARBOURS OF ENGLAND. With Text

by
J. Ruskin. Folio, with 12 plates engraved from Turner's

.
drawings by Lupton; cloth

1856 1 16 0 4286

(T. Hudson) and [J. H. PARKER]. DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE in

ENGLAND. 4 vols., 8vo., with numerous plates and woodcuts; cloth 1851-59 3 0 0 4287

the same.
4 vols., 8vo., calf gilt

1851-59 4 0 0 A valuable work ranging from the Conquest to the reign of Henry VIII.

W

£ 8. d. 4288 Tymys (W. R.) and M. D. WYATT. The Art of ILLUMINATING as practised

in Europe from the Earliest Times. Impl. 8vo., with 100 plates in
GOLD and COLOURS, illustrating elaborate Borders, Initial Letters, and
Alphabets; cloth (pub. £3. 10s)

1860 1116 4289 VAN DYCK (Sir Anthony), his LIFE and WORK. By Jules GUIFFREY.

Translated from the French by WillIAM Alison. Roy. folio, with
illustrations in the text and 28 fine plates in line-engraving, etching, etc.;
cloth

1896 2 10 0 + An extremely important work of which bat 265 copies were printed. 4290 PICTURES AT WINDSOR CASTLE historically and critically

described by Ernest Law. Roy. folio, with 30 superb proof repro-
ductions of the artist's most famous pictures, the text printed on Dutch
handmade paper ; bds.

1899 6 6 0 Three hundred copies were printed for sale in Great Britain ; 25 for presentation ;

and 50 for America. 4291

CARPENTER (W. H.). Pictorial Notices : consisting of a Memoir of Van Dyck, with a descriptive Catalogue of the Etchings executed by him and Particulars relating to other Artists patronized by Charles

49 1. 4to., with portraits and facsimile of a letter of Van Dyck; presentation copy to the Duke of Hamilton, with an autograph letter of the author ; cloth

1844 2 5 0 4292 VERNON (Thomas). CATALOGUE of Prints, consisting of the Works of

the earliest and most celebrated Masters of the Italian, French, German,
Flemish, Dutch, and English Schools. 4 vols., roy. 4to., AUTOGRAPH
MANUSCRIPT, most beautifully written; in whole red morocco extra, gilt
edges, by Kalthoeber

1813 2 12 6 43
A very remarkable collection, particularly rich in specimens of Marcantonio, Aug.
Venitien, Marco de Ravenna, J. Bonasone, N. Beatrice, Æneas Vico, the Ghisis,
Rembrandt, L. van Leyden, Rubens, Vandyck, Dürer, Hollar, Ruysdael, Karl du
Jardin, Ostade, Berghem, Waterloo, Swanneveldt, Audran, Callot, Edelinck, Wille,
Bartolozzi, Wollett, Hogarth, etc.

43 1293 VERTUE. A CATALOGUE OF ENGRAVERS, who have been born,

or resided in England; digested by HORACE WALPOLE from the MSS.
of GEORGE VERTUE. 4to., interleaved with numerous MS. ADDITions and
CORRECTIONS, and illustrated with 35 ADDITIONAL PORTRAITS and PLATES;

43 half red morocco, uncut

Strawberry Hill, 1763 10 10 0 Corrected and enlarged for a new edition. From Tom Taylor's library. 4294 another edition. Sm. 8vo., with portraits ; hf. bd.

1794 0 6 6
see post : WALPOLE
4295

Catalogue and Description of King Charles the First's capital
Collection of Pictures, Statues, etc.; published from an original MS.
at Oxford, 1757.–Catalogue of the curious Collection of Pictures of
George VILLIERS, Dake of Buckingham, including that of Rubens ;
with the Life of the Duke, by Fairfax, 1758.--in 1 vol. 4to., calf 1757-8 1 10 0
The advertisements prefixed were written by Horace Walpole.

49 4296 Views of some of the most celebrated by-gone PLEASURE GARDENS of

LONDON. Roy. 4to., with facsimiles, and views of Bagnigge Wells,
Cremorne, Ranelagh, Vauxhall, etc.; bds.

1896 1 1 0

45

4297 WAAGEN (G. F.). Works of Art and Artists in England. 3 vols., post 8vo., half calf gilt

1838

0 5 0

43

TREASURES of Art in GREAT BRITAIN : being an Account of the chief Collections of Paintings, Drawings, Sculptures, Illuminated MSS., etc. 3 vols., 1854. SUPPLEMENTAL VOLUME. 1857. together, 4 vols., 8vo., calf gilt ; scarce

4298

1854-57

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£ d. 4299 [WALKER (G. A.)). THE COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, illastrated

by a Series of Forty Engravings, being Fac-similes of Original
Drawings. With Descriptions in English and French. Folio, ORIGINAL
EDITION, the plates coloured by hand; red morocco extra, gilt edges, VERY
SCARCE

1814 6 6 0 4300

a Reissue of the same. Large folio, the plates reproduced by chromo-lithography; half morocco

Leeds, 1885 2 10 0 4301 WALLIS (Henry). EGYPTIAN CERAMIC Art. The Macgregor Collection.

A Contribution towards the History of Egyptian Pottery. 4to., with
numerous coloured plates and illustrations in the text; cloth 1898 3 3 0

Only 200 copies were printed.

“The collection of Egyptian Antiquities formed by the Rev. William MacGregor, holds a high position in the estimation of students of the art of the past It has acquired its reputation both for its general excellence and for including among its treasures certain well-known objects of exceptional importance. Various classes of Egyptian art are represented in the museum of Bolehall Manor House, the predominating interest, however, resting with its display of the ceranic art. The examples in this department permit the opportunity of taking a comprehensive survey of the progress of the art of the Egyptian potter from an early period up to that of its latest developinent,

such as is scarcely to be found elsewhere.". - Preface.
4302 Persian LUSTRE Vases. Folio, 18 pp. of text in which there are

25 engravings of Vases, and 4 full-size coLOURED plates of PERSIAN VASES
of the THIRTEENTH CENTURY;
bds.

1899 0 16 0 Only 200 copies were printed ; nearly all are sold.

“The present series of plates continues the record of the Thirteenth Century Persian Lustre Ware commenced by the writer in 1885. At that period only four examples of the art had been identified. Those which have been found since then have been brought to Europe separately, excepting in one instance; it has happened,

therefore, that their illustration has been in no regular sequence."-Author.
4303 WALPOLE. ÆDES WALPOLIANÆ: or, a Description of the Collection of

Pictures at Houghton-Hall, the seat of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of
Orford. Second Edition. 4to., with portraits, plans, and views ; red
morocco extra, gilt edges, arms on sides

1752 2 10 0 4304 the same. 4to., with additions as further described below; vellum

1752 2 2 0 “This copy is enriched with several marginal notes of explanation by Horace Walpole. (transcribed from another copy). It has also the prices marked against the descriptions of the pictures as they were valued to the Empress of Russia ; a plan

of the Garden drawn on linen ; cuttings, etc. 4305

the same.

Third Edition. 4to., with portraits, plans and views ; hf. bd.

1767 0 15 0 4306

ANECDOTES OF PAINTING IN ENGLAND; with some Account of the principal Artists; and incidental Notes on other Arts; collected by the late GEORGE VIRTUE ; and now digested and published from his original MSS. by HORACE WALPOLE. 4 vols.

1762-71
A CATALOGUE of ENGRAVERS, who have been born, or resided in England;

digested by HORACE WALPOLE from the MSS. of George VIRTUE.
1 vol.

1763
together, 5 vols., sm. 4to., FIRST EDITIONS ; with many finely engraved
portraits; a fine copy in old green morocco extra, gilt edges, with the book-

plates of Lewis Montolieu and John Fitchett Marsh Strawberry Hill, 1762-71 9 90 4307 ANECDOTES of Painting in ENGLAND. 4 vols.

1762-71 A CATALOGUE of ENGRAVERS. 1 vol.

1763
ANECDOTES of PAINTERS who have resided or been born in England; with

critical Remarks on their Productions ; by EDWARD EDWARDS ; intended
as Continuation to the ANECDOTES of PAINTING by the late Horace
EARL of ORFORD. 1 vol.

1808
together, 6 vols. in 3, sm. 4to., FIRST EDITIONS; a fine copy in old red
morocco extra, gold borders, gilt edges

1762-1908 10 10 0 4308 ANECDOTES of PAINTING in ENGLAND; with Additions by JAMES

DALLAWAY. 5 vols., roy. 8vo., with INDIA PROOP impressions of the beau-
tifully re-engraved portraits ; a fine copy in red morocco extra, gold
borders, gilt edges

Major, 1826-28 12 12 0

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