Books and Works on Paper, including Fine Photographs | 14 December 2017

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297

Hogarth (William) - Industry and Idleness,

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Est: £400–600

id=1432512,sku=476416-16,num=297,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Hogarth (William)

Industry and Idleness,

the set of 12, engravings, each 265 x 345mm., slight marginal browning and very faint spotting

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298

Holland (William) Publisher. - The Cock of the Rock on his Charger; Terror to the Dons or the Governor-Instructing his Litle Family

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Est: £300–500

id=1432800,sku=476416-5,num=298,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Holland (William) Publisher.

The Cock of the Rock on his Charger; Terror to the Dons or the Governor-Instructing his Litle Family

2 satires on Lord Heathfield, erstwhile defender of Gibraltar, and his unfitness to act as Governor

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299

Holland (William) - Harlequin's Invasion,

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Est: £300–500

id=1432745,sku=476416-19,num=299,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Holland (William)

Harlequin's Invasion,

a satirical broadside on Napoleon's attempt to secure an alliance with Holland, Bonaparte dressed as Harlequin

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300

Holland (William) - Freedom on the Continent!!; John Bull firing at a Mark!!;

Sold for £200

Est: £300–500

id=1432566,sku=476416-22,num=300,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Holland (William)

Freedom on the Continent!!; John Bull firing at a Mark!!;

The Corsican Bajazet in London!!!; The French Fleet sailing into the Mouth of the Thames!!

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301

Holland (William) Publisher. - A group of 4 Napoleonic caricatures from June to September, 1803,

Sold for £400

Est: £400–600

id=1432393,sku=476416-6,num=301,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Holland (William) Publisher.

A group of 4 Napoleonic caricatures from June to September, 1803,

The Save-all and the Extinguisher!!; The Devil fly away with him!!

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302

Holland (William) - Corsican Relatives at the Court of the Emperor of the Gulls!!; Leap Frog,

Sold for £200

Est: £250–350

id=1432375,sku=476416-24,num=302,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Holland (William)

Corsican Relatives at the Court of the Emperor of the Gulls!!; Leap Frog,

2 parodies of Napoleon's apparent rise from humble beginings to imperial grandeur

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303

Sayer (Robert) Publisher. - Happy Jerry,

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Est: £250–350

id=1432739,sku=476416-3,num=303,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Sayer (Robert) Publisher.

Happy Jerry,

depicting a Thames Waterman reunited with his friend and his transvestite wife he believed had betrayed him

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304

Rowlandson (Thomas) - Philosophy Run Mad or a Stupendous Monument of Human Wisdom,

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Est: £400–600

id=1432451,sku=476416-7,num=304,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Rowlandson (Thomas)

Philosophy Run Mad or a Stupendous Monument of Human Wisdom,

a wild-haired sans culotte sits on a throne teetering on a pile of broken pillars marked Humanity, Social Happiness

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305

Rowlandson (Thomas) - Darby & Joan,

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Est: £1000–1500

id=1432689,sku=476582-1,num=305,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Rowlandson (Thomas)

Darby & Joan,

the idyllically contended couple sit either side of a stove in a cosy domestic interior

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306

Rowlandson (Thomas) - Junot Disgorging His Booty,

Sold for £120

Est: £200–300

id=1432517,sku=476887-5,num=306,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Rowlandson (Thomas)

Junot Disgorging His Booty,

after George Saalez of Farnham, a satire expressing objections to the Convention of Cintra which allowed the French...

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307

Rowlandson (Thomas) After. - Rum Characters in a Shrubbery,

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Est: £200–300

id=1432765,sku=476416-8,num=307,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Rowlandson (Thomas) After.

Rum Characters in a Shrubbery,

social satire depicting grotesque ladies at the bar of a gin cellar, barrels of Booth's Best Gin behind the fat barman

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308

Gillray (James) - The Reception in Holland,

Sold for £200

Est: £300–500

id=1432710,sku=476416-13,num=308,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Gillray (James)

The Reception in Holland,

a bloated William of Orange landing in Holland to an ecstatic, if unattractive, crowd of men, women, soldiers and toads

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Lot no.

309

Gillray (James) - The Military Caricaturist,

Sold for £200

Est: £300–500

id=1432564,sku=476416-14,num=309,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Gillray (James)

The Military Caricaturist,

a figure in officer's uniform, with slumped shoulders and sword trailing on the ground

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310

Gillray (James) - The Hand-Writing upon the Wall,

Sold for £200

Est: £300–500

id=1432740,sku=476887-2,num=310,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Gillray (James)

The Hand-Writing upon the Wall,

a parody of Belshazzar's feast, Napoleon and a bloated Josephine at the head of a banquet table laden with dishes...

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311

Gillray (James) - The Valley of the Shadow of Death,

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Est: £400–600

id=1432460,sku=476887-3,num=311,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Gillray (James)

The Valley of the Shadow of Death,

a satire on the Spanish uprising against Bonapartist usurpation of the crown

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312

Williams (Charles) - The Balance of Power,

Sold for £200

Est: £300–500

id=1432702,sku=476416-20,num=312,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Williams (Charles)

The Balance of Power,

satirising preliminairy peace discussions in 1801, depicting a pair of scales with Pitt and Addington outweighed by...

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313

Williams (Charles) - The Governor of Europe, Stoped in his Career; The Consequence of Invasion or the Hero's Reward,

Sold for £200

Est: £250–350

id=1432559,sku=476416-23,num=313,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Williams (Charles)

The Governor of Europe, Stoped in his Career; The Consequence of Invasion or the Hero's Reward,

2 satires on the threat of invasion, the first depicting Napoleon hopping in agony on a large map of Europe

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314

Williams (Charles) - The Imperial Embrace on the _ Raft _ or Boneys New Drop;

Sold for £300

Est: £400–600

id=1432513,sku=476416-15,num=314,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Williams (Charles)

The Imperial Embrace on the _ Raft _ or Boneys New Drop;

Britannia in tribulation for the loss of her Allies or John Bull's advice

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315

Roberts (Piercy) - A group of 6 satires on the Napoleonic threat of invasion,

Sold for £350

Est: £400–600

id=1432807,sku=476416-11,num=315,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Roberts (Piercy)

A group of 6 satires on the Napoleonic threat of invasion,

generally depicting stout English defiance and resolve in the face of Bonaparte's arrogant presumption of a victory

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316

Roberts (Piercy) - A group of 4 satires on the Napoleonic threat of invasion,

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Est: £300–500

id=1432576,sku=476416-12,num=316,auc=36267,aucid=3460

Roberts (Piercy)

A group of 4 satires on the Napoleonic threat of invasion,

reflecting the heightened alert follwoing the declaration of war in May of 1803, comprising The Oak and the Mushroom

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