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Please note: All our prints are guaranteed as original. We do not sell reproductions. All dimensions are approximate and exclude the frame.

Large views of Liverpool.

Rare Eighteenth Century prints, sold as a pair.

1. South-East Prospect of Liverpool, taken from Seacombe Boat-house; dr. by Michael Angelo Rooker; eng. by Edward Rooker, Leverpool; pub. by George Perry, Aug. 20th, 1770. Engraving, c.30 by 12 inches. Framed in a Hogarth moulding.

The whole of the first print.



A closer view to the left margin.....



.....the central portion.....



.....and the right.



2. View of the Town and Harbour of Leverpool taken from the Bowling Green near the Public Walk; dr. by Michael Angelo Rooker; eng. by Edward Rooker, Leverpool; pub. by George Perry, Aug. 20th, 1770. Engraving, c.30 by 12 inches.

The whole of the second print.



A closer view to the left margin.....



.....the central portion.....



.....and the right.


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A hand-coloured engraving, View of Liverpool from Wood Side, drawn by N. Pocock, engraved by F. Chesham, published by Jane Matthews, London, January 1st, 1798. Print size, 10x15 inches. Famed in an old gold moulding.


A closer view of this late Eighteenth Century engraving.


A detailed view of the shipping and the Liverpool waterfront.



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Liverpool, from Seacombe. Published in 1818, by T.M. Baynes, from a drawing by R. Hargreaves and produced by C. Hullmandell. Old hand colour. Probably the earliest lithographed view of the city, being produced circa 1818. Print size, 12x19 inches. Framed in a Hogarth moulding.



A closer look at this important lithographic view...



......and the fine detail achieved.



The title and description beneath the print.


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Engraving of the South West Prospect of Liverpoole, in the County of Lancaster, by S. and N. Buck, c.1728, produced c. 1750. Framed in a gold moulding.




A closer view of the left-hand section.....




.....and the central.....




.....and the right-hand.



Other Buck's Prospects are available, including that of Manchester.




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Two watercolours by an amateur artist, possibly S. Gamble, whose name appears on one, completed about the year 1800. Sold as a pair.


A closer view of this original watercolour. It is certainly based on one of the views of Liverpool by Rooker, shown above.


The second of this pair of views by an amateur artist painted about 1800. This contains the name S. Gamble. Both are framed in a black frame with black glass masking the mounting.


The closer view. This too may be a copy of a print - one of the views of Liverpool in 1680 which had been produced by 1800. The version engraved by Eyes in 1696 is for sale below.


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View of the Port of Liverpool, 1836. Image size, c.24 by 18 inches. Framed in a dark wooden moulding.

The whole print. NOTE: this is the original print, not one of the later restrikes.



A closer view of the detail.....



.....and a further view.....



.....and a third.


The dedication:

This View of the Port of Liverpool Is Respectfully Dedicated to the Mayor and Council of that Borough by their most obedient humble servant, Henry Lacey. Painted by Samuel Walters, engraved by R.G. Reeve. Liverpool, published by Henry Lacy, 64 Bold Street, July 20th, 1836.

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The Port of Liverpool, taken from Seacombe, Cheshire. (1841) Liverpool, published Decr. 1st 1841 by Thos. Hague, 17 South Castle Street. Engraved by James Carter. Image size, c. 33 by 19 inches. Framed in a Hogarth moulding.

The whole print.



A closer view of the wonderful detail.....



.....and a second closer view.


The dedication.

To His Royal Highness Prince AlbertK.G. &c &c This engraving of the Port of Liverpool is by special permission dedicated by His Royal Highnesses most obedient and very humble servant, Thomas Hague.


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Space below is devoted to a very rare lithograph showing Liverpool in 1848. It was produced in Liverpool by the firm of Maclure, Macdonald, and Macgregor. The artist was B. Bury. The panorama is 6 inches wide and 45 inches long. It must have required great skill to produce it.


The left hand section.


A closer view of this part.


The central section.


A closer view, showing the title.



A closer view of the central part.


The right hand section.


A closer view of this part.


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The clipper ship "James Baines" 2515 tons register (Captn. C. McDonnell), one of the Black Ball Line of Australian packets belonging to Messrs James Baines & Co. Liverpool. Published Dec 6 1854 by S & W Walters 97 Bold Street Liverpool & Ackermann & Co London.

This is a very rare proof copy of the print. It was produced by Day & Son, lithographers to the Queen. Framed in a dark wood moulding.



The print, image size c. 24 by 16 inches, shows passengers embarking on the Mersey.



A second, closer view of the print.



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Two stunning views of Dale Street, framed as a pair.

Overall size, c. 38 by 27 inches. Framed in a gold moulding.


Top: North Side of Dale Street in 1850. Drawn and lithographed by John McGahey, Liverpool; published by T. Dawson, surgeon, sold by A. Bowker, 1865.


A closer view to the left margin.....



.....and the central section.....



.....and to the right margin.


Middle. South Side of Dale Street in 1850.


A closer view to the left margin.....



Many of the buildings have their names or descriptions beneath them.



The central section.....



.....and to the right margin.



Bottom: The dedication.




DALE STREET IN 1850. Most Respectfully Dedicated to His Worship the Mayor of Liverpool, Edward Lawrence, and to the Council Members of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire by Thomas Dawson, Surgeon. Member of the archaeological section of the historic society, February 1865.


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A stunning original oil on canvas painting of St.Nicholas' church and the docks by William Eden.


Canvas size, c. 11.5 by 18 inches. Original frame.



A closer view of the fine detail....with reflections from the glass.



A second closer view.


William Eden exhibited between 1880 and 1906. He worked in Liverpool between 1880 and 1885. He had a total of 29 pictures exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, and a further 18 at the Royal Academy.


The reverse of the picture. The note is aletter of thanks/ receipt for twenty guineas from the artist to (the original?) purchaser.





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Original watercolour paintings of Liverpool.

An original water colour by W.G. Herdman, c.1860.


St.Nicholas' church and the tower buildings. Image size, c. 19 by 13 inches. Framed in a gold moulding.



A closer view of the fine detail.



And a second closer view.



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An original water colour by W. Herdman.

Shaw's Brow before development. Image size, c. 29 by 10 inches. Framed in a thick gold moulding.




A closer view of the left-hand section.....




.....with the signature in the bottom left corner.




A closer view of the central section.....




.....and the right-hand section.




The original frame had the following pasted onto the reverse. It is a brief extract from Picton's Memorials of Liverpool describing the history of the area and noting dates of the openings of the new libraries and the Walker Art Gallery.




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A watercolour view of Salisbury Dock by William Herdman, c. 1861. Image size, c. 13 by 9 inches. Framed in a gold moulding. SOLD.





The Town Hall and Nelson's Monument, by W. Herdman. Original water colour. SOLD.





St.Nicholas' church and Chapel Street, by W. Herdman. Original water colour.



A closer view.....



.....and a second detail.



The original guarantee on the reverse.


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St.Nicholas' church and the Tower Buildings, by W. Herdman. Original watere colour.



A closer view.....



.....a second detail.....



.....and a third.



The original guarantee on the reverse.


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A watercolour view of Everton by W.G. Herdman, c. 1867. Image size c. 9 by 6 inches. Double glazed in an elaborate gold moulding. 



A closer view. The view is described on the reverse as "Widening of Everton Village 1867."



A closer view of the detail.



The reverse of the frame.....



.....and a closer view of the description, top left.



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A watercolour view of Chapel Street, Liverpool, by Stanley Herdman. Image size, c. 10 by 14 inches. Framed in a gold moulding.



A closer view of the detail.....



.....and a second closer view.



The signature.



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A watercolour view of Everton Village, painted by J. Penn in 1868. Image size, c. 11 by 7 inches. Framed in a gold moulding.



A closer view of the detail.....



.....and a second closer view.






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A watercolour view of the library and museum complex on William Brown Street by an unknown artist, completed c. 1900. Image size, c. 19 by 15 inches. Framed in a wooden moulding.



A closer view if the detail.....



.....and a second closer view.



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A wonderful postcard-sized sketch of a Liverpool scene in an unknown hand.




A closer view of the detail.




The back bears this description: "Lancs.

House on north side of Whitechapel near the corner of Lord Street. 1832."




The back of the sketch.



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The largest view in the collection -a wonderful chromolithograph. Without the name of the artist or date, but about 1875. Image size, c.36 by 19 inches. Framed in a thick gold moulding.


Most of the whole print!



A closer view of the fine detail.



A second closer view.


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Smaller sized views of Liverpool.

To begin with two very rare small prints.....


View of Liverpool. Published by Bunny and Gold, January 1st, 1800. Original colour, taken from a landscape by F. Medland. Framed in a thick gold moulding. Frame size, c. 16 by 13 inches. Print size, c. 9 by 6 inches.




A closer view of the print.....




.....and a detail.




Liverpool. Another lithograph, this time drawn by L. Haghe, after a painting by F. Calvert, c. 1832. Original colours. Framed in a thick gold molding. Frame size, c. 18 by 16 inches. Print size, c. 10 by 7 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.


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View of Liverpool from the South West. 1795. Drawn by E. Dayes, engraved by W. Ellis. Print size, 7 x 9 inches. Later colour. Framed in a dark wood moulding.



View of Liverpool, c. 1795. Engraving, E. Dayes, engraved by Wilson. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 16 by 13 inches. Print size, c. 9 by 7 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.



A View from the Rock Ferry of Liverpool. Aquatint, Watts and Green, c.1800. Original colour. Print size, 9 by 8 inches. Framed in a gold moulding.



A closer view of the print.....



               ..... and a detail.




View of Liverpool from the ferry, 1816. Engraved by W. Angus, after the painting by J. Jenkinson. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c.11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 6 by 4 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



           .....and a detail.




View of Liverpool from the ferry, 1816 - a second copy. Engraved by W. Angus, after the painting by J. Jenkinson. Old colour. Framed in a Hogarth moulding.



A detail from this second print.




View of Liverpool from the Magazines. 1816. Drawn by J. Jenkinson, engraved by T. Dixon. Old colour. Framed in a Hogarth moulding. Frame size, c. 14 by 12 inches. Print size, c. 6 by 7 inches. Later colour.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.


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An unusual engraving of Liverpool in 1680. Unmounted, unframed.



A closer view of the print....



.....and a second view.


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Three early views of Liverpool by William Daniell.


Seacombe Ferry, Liverpool. Drawn by William Daniell, 1815. Aquatint, with original colour. First edition. Print size, 6 x 9 inches. Framed in a dark wood moulding. SOLD. An unframed copy is available.



A closer view of the aquatint.



Liverpool, taken from the opposite side of the river. Drawn by William Daniell, 1815. Aquatint, with original colour. First edition. Print size, 6 x 9 inches. Framed in a dark wood moulding. SOLD. An unframed copy is available.



A closer view of the aquatint.....



.....and a detail.



The Towns-end Mill, Liverpool. Drawn by William Daniell, 1815. Aquatint, with original colour. First edition. Print size, 6 x 9 inches. Framed in a dark wood moulding. SOLD. An unframed copy is available.



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View near Hoyle-lake, Cheshire. Aquatint, by William Daniell, c.1815. Original colour. Print size, 12 by 9 inches. Framed in a Hogarth moulding. SOLD. An unfarmed copy is available.



A closer view of the aquatint.....



......and a detail.


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A rare aquatint of Liverpool. No artist's name or other identifying marks!. Made about 1815. Original colour. Framed in a gold moulding.



       A closer view of the detail.



View of the town and harbour of Liverpool from Seacombe, engraved by T. Dixon, from a painting by J. Jenkinson, 1816. Print size, 9 x 15 inches. Later colour. Vertical creasing and folds, otherwise in good condition. Framed in a dark wood moulding. An unframed, uncoloured edition is also available, mounted onto card.



Liverpool from Seacombe, c. 1820. A rare lithograph by McGahey and McGahey. Original colour. Framed in a gold moulding.



A closer view of this rare print.....



               ..... and a detail.



Liverpool in 1664 - a reconstruction. 1831. Drawn and engraved by Austin and Finden. Later colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: inches. Print size: inches.



A closer view of Liverpool in 1664.



Liverpool, from Toxteth Park. Engraving, Engraving, G. Pickering, engraved by J. Sands. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 17 by 14 inches. Print size, c. 10 by 7 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.



Liverpool, c. 1860. Drawn by H. Warren, engraved by J. Stephenson. Old colour. Framed in a Hogarth moulding. Frame size, c. 14 by 12 inches. Print size, c. 8 x 6 inches. 



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.



The Port of Liverpool, c. 1860. Drawn by C.H. Cox, engraved by J. Godfrey.  SOLD.




Liverpool from Seacombe. Drawn by J.C. Browne, engraved by W.B. Scott. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 12 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 8 by 5 inches.



A closer view of the print .....



.....and a detail.




Liverpool. Lithograph by Calvert, c. 1845. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 12 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 8 by 5 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



            .....and a detail.



The "Umbria" Lying off Rock Ferry, Liverpool. Lithograph, by Robinson, c. 1888. Original colour. Framed in a gold moulding.


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Views of buildings and Liverpool scenes.

A very rare coloured lithograph entitled Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co., erected at a total cost of £140,000. Published, c.1880. Print size, 24 x 16 inches. Produced by Kronheim & Co., London, Manchester and Glasgow.



A rare French “viewe optique” of St.Nicholas’s Church, Liverpool, made about 1750. Print size 15 x 10 inches. Old colour. Framed in a thick gold moulding.



A detail from this unusual print.



The Customs House, from Trafford’s Weint. A famous early Liverpool view. Uncoloured engraving by Burdett & Rooker, 1774. Originally found in Enfield's History of Liverpool. Currently framed in an ugly 1950s angled frame. Frame size, c. 16 by 12 inches. Image size, c. 11 by 7 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.



An excellent lithograph called View of the Liverpool Exchange, January 5th, 1854, shewing the snowball fight between merchants, sketched by  J.R. Issac, litho. by J. Penn, published by J.R. Issac, Liverpool. Print size, 10x14.5 inches. Framed in a gold moulding. SOLD.



Exchange News Room. Plate 33 of W. G. Herdman’s "Pictorial Relics of Modern Liverpool." Lithograph, c.1840. Original hand colouring. Famed in a dark gold moulding. Frame size, c. 24 by 20 inches. Image size, c. 16 by 12 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.



Information about the print and the building are pasted onto the backboard.



VIEW OF THE GREAT FIRE IN LIVERPOOL, on the morning of the 15th January, 1833, when property to the amount of two hundred & fifty thousand pounds was destroyed. 1833. Original colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 18 by 14 inches. Print size: c. 11 by 8 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.



Saint Johns’ Market (sic) Liverpool, lithograph, Barrow and Crane, Chester, c.1835. Original colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 18 by 14 inches. Print size: c. 11 by 8 inches.



     A closer view of the print.....



           ..... and a detail.



A scene in LIVERPOOL, Bold Street, mid-day. Lithograph, by John McGahey, 48, Castle Street, Liverpool. Original colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 16 by 14 inches. Print size, c. 10 by 8 inches.



A closer view of the print.....



.....and a detail.


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Liverpool views by William Herdman.

Views In Modern Liverpool, By William Herdman; In Chromo-Lithography, By James Orr Marples And The Artist. Liverpool: David Marples, 1864. The chromolithographed views by William Herdman and James Orr Marples depict the architectural landmarks of 'modern' Liverpool.

Each of these justifiably famous chromolothographs is framed in a dark wood moulding and is in excellent condition.

1. Liverpool - view from the River Mersey. SOLD.



2. Bold Street – north side looking east.


3. Bold Street – St.Luke’s church.

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4. Brunswick Street – looking south-east.The new Corn Exchange on Brunswick Street. This picture also shows the attractive frames used for this group of prints. SOLD.



5. Canning Street – the church of the Holy Apostles.


6. Castle Street – east side.


7. Chapel Street – south side.


8. Cornwallis Street –public baths (small version).


9. Cornwallis Street – public baths (larger edition.)


10. Customs House.


11. Dale Street – Liverpool & London building.


12. Dale Street – Royal bank building.


13. Exchange railway station.


14. Exchange Street – Brown’s Buildings.


15. Hope Place – north side.


16. Hope Street – Philamonic Hall and chapel (first state).


17. Hope Street – Philamonic Hall and chapels (second state).


18. Myrtle Street orphanage.


19. North John Street – Adelphi bank.


20. Old Hall Street – the Albany.


21. Prince’s Park – St.Paul’s church.


22. Queen Insurance building.


23. St.George’s Place – Lime Street – looking east.


24. St.Nicholas’ church and the Telegraph Tower.


25. Shaw Street – the Collegiate Institution.



26. Stanley Dock gates.


27. The Sailors’ Home – from Hanover Street.



28. The Telegraph Tower.


29. The Town Hall – south-west view.


30. The Town hall – from Dale Street.


31. The Victoria Tower.



32. Water Street – looking towards the Town Hall.


33. Waterloo Docks.


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An important Liverpool volume: Twenty-Six LITHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS; views in the vicinity of Liverpool. S. & G. Nicholson, Liverpool, 1821. Modern binding.

The modern binding of this important volume of early lithographiv views of Liverpool and the Liverpool area.


The title page and frontispiece. The list of subscribers indicates the status of the volume. The page size is c.9.25 by 14.5 inches.


The full list of views is as follows:

1. Birkenhead Priory                 14. Speke Hall (west entrance)

2. Hale Hut                            15. Bebbington church

3. Childwelll church                  16. Gate of St.Nicholas-church

4. Toxteth park                       17. Otterspool

5. Lydiate abbey                     18. Mill, St.Jamses's

6. Dingle, Toxteth park             19. Huyton church

7. Knowsley Hall                      20. Eastham church

8. Ormskirk                             21. Knowsley Hall (south view)

9. Runcorn                             22. Hooton Hall

10. Halton castle                     23. Woolton ice-house

11. Speke Hall                         24. Hale Hall

12. Green-Bank                       25. Cottage in Hale wood

13. Wavertree                        26. Croxteth Hall

                                            Frontispiece - A composition


The volume begins with an account of Nicholson's trials and tribulations making the volume. "THE many accidents, chemical phenomena, and unaccountable failures incident to LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTING very much retarded the appearance of the present work....For the encouragement with which our youthful efforts haved been honoured, we shall ever entertain the highest gratitude."


The list of subscribers is bound at the end of the volume.


The views.

(1) Birkenhead Priory. The average image size is about 7.75 by 9 inches. Other illustrations include....


           (2) The Gatehouse in Hale Wood.


                            (3)  The church at Childwell.


                           (4) Toxteth Park.


                          (5) Lydiate church.


                    (6)   The Dingle at Toxteth.


                (7) Knowsley Hall.

                (8) The church at Ormskirk.


             (9) Runcorn.


             (10) Halton Castle.


              (11) A view of Speke Hall.


              (12) Green Bank house.


              (13) Wavertree.


             (14) Speke Hall, west entrance.


             (15) Bebington church.


          (16) Gate of St.Nicholas's church.


A view taken from a similar position by myself in October, 2005.


               (17) The cascade, Otterspool.


               (18) The windmill, St.James's.


             (19) Huyton church.


            (20) Eastham church.


            (21) Knowsley Hall.


            (22) Hooton Hall.


             (23) The ice house, Woolton.


             (24) Hale Hall.


            (25) Cottage in Hale Wood.


             (26) Croxteth Hall.


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Multiple views of Liverpool landmarks.

Groups of small (but rare) views of Liverpool, framed in a gold moulding.


Firstly, three wonderful prints:


(a) St.George's church. (b) The Old Dock. (c) St.Peter's church. Framed in a gold moulding with green undermount. Frame size, c. 31 by 12 inches.



(a) St.George's church. Image size, c. 8 by 5 inches.



(b) The Old Dock. Image size, c. 8 by 5 inches.



(c) St.Peter's church. Image size, c. 8 by 5 inches.






(a) St.George's Hall & Assize Courts, Liverpool, (b) Town Hall and Castle Street, (c) St.George's Hall. Engravings, (a) No name, (b) Rock & Co., London. (c) Rock & Co., London, 31 October, 1860. Old colour. Frame size, c. 21 by 9 inches.


St.George's Hall & Assize Courts, Liverpool. Image size, c. 4 by 3 inches.



Town Hall and Castle Street, Liverpool. Image size, c. 4 by 3 inches.



St.George's Hall, Liverpool. Image size, c. 4 by 3 inches.






(a) St.Luke's Church, (b) St.Luke's Church, (c) St.Jude's Church. Engravings, (a) H. Lacey, 64 Bold Street, Liverpool. (b) Kilpin and Overton, (c) C. Davies and C. Hutchins, both of North John Street, Liverpool. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Overall frame size, c. 21 by 9 inches.


St.Luke's Church, Liverpool. Image size, c. 7 by 4 inches.



St.Luke's Church. Image size, c. 3 by 5 inches.



St.Jude's Church. Image size, c. 5 x 4 inches.






(a) The Customs House, Liverpool. (b) The Sailors' Home, Liverpool. Engravings, (a) J. and E. Harwood, 26 Frnchurch Street, London. (b) Law and Harrison, Birkenhead. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 21 by 11 inches.


The Customs House. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.



The Sailors' Home, Liverpool. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.






(a) The Sailors' Home, Liverpool, (b) Bold Street, Liverpool, (c) The Town Hall. Engravings, (a) Rock & Co., London, 1864, (b) Clennell and Russell & Cowan, Manchester, 1844, (c) Kilpin and Overton. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 23 by 11 inches.



(a) The Sailors' Home. Image size, c. 4 by 3 inches.



(b) Bold Street. Image size, c. 6 by 5 inches.



(c) The Town Hall. Image size, c. 5 by 3 inches.






(a) The Liverpool Sailors' Home, (b) The Customs House, from South Castle Street, (c) Great George Street Chapel, Liverpool. Engravings, (a) Charles Davies, North John Street, Liverpool, (b) Kilpin and Overton, (c) No name, 1841. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 24 by 10 inches.


(a) The Liverpool Sailors' Home. Image size, c. 5 by 4 inches.



(b) The Customs House, from South Castle Street. Image size, c. 5 by 4 inches.



(c) Great George Street Chapel. Image size, c. 6 by 4 inches.


The following is beneath the print: 'Jos. Franklin Esq. Architect. The Revd. Thomas Raffles DD LLD Minister. Number of sittings 1800 & Galleries for 400 children. beneath (sic) the chapel are two School-rooms & a Lecture-room with sittings for 500 persons. The Old Chapel was destroyed by Fire February 19th, 1840 & the new Structure opened October 21st, 1841.






(a) George's Dock Basin, (b) George's Dock Basin, (c) George's Dock Basin. Engravings, (a) J.T. Wood, London, and Foster, Richmond Street, Liverpool. (b) H. Lacey, 64 Bold Street, Liverpool. (c) J.T. Wood, Holywell Street, Strand, London. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 24 by 10 inches.


(a) George's Dock Basin. Image size, c. 5 by 4 inches.



(b) George's Dock Basin. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.



(c) George's Dock Basin. Image size, c. 4 by 3 inches.






(a) The Revenue Buildings, (b) The Exchange (New Town Hall) as it was before the fire in 1795, (c) Town Hall, Liverpool. Engravings, (a) W.H. Lizars, (b) G. Jarman, (c) H. Lacey, 64 Bold Street, Liverpool. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 27 by 11 inches.


(a) The Revenue Buildings. Image size, c. 6 by 4 inches.



(b) The Exchange (New Town Hall) as it was before the fire in 1795. Image size, c. 6 by 5 inches.



(c) Town Hall. Image size, c. 6 by 4 inches.






(a) St.James's Cemetery, (b) Lord Street, (c) St.George's Chapel. Engravings, (a) J.T. Wood, Holywell Street, London. (b) Clennell and Russell & Cowan, Manchester, 1844. (c) J.&E. Harwood, 23 Fenchurch Street, London, 1842. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 29 by 11 inches.


(a) St.James's Cemetery. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.



(b) Lord Street. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.



(c) St.George's Chapel. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.






(a.) The Town Hall, Liverpool. (b) Radley's Adelphi Hotel. Engravings (a) and (b) by H. Lacey, 64 Bold Street, Liverpool. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 21 by 10 inches.


(a.) The Town Hall, Liverpool. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.



(b) Radley's Adelphi Hotel. Image size, c. 7 by 5 inches.






(a) Liverpool, looking north, (b) The New Chapel, Great George Street, (c) Exchange and Nelson's Monument, Liverpool. Each engraving by H. Lacey, 64 Bold Street, Liverpool. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 29 by 10 inches.


(a) Liverpool, looking north. Image size, c. 7 by 4 inches.



(b) The New Chapel, Great George Street. Image size, c. 6 by 4 inches.



(c) Exchange and Nelson's Monument. Image size, c. 7 by 4 inches.



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Individual views of Liverpool streets, buildings, etc. Please e-mail for further information. To begin with two important lithographs:


The Customs House, Liverpool. Lithograph by R.J. Barrow and W. Crane of Chester, c. 1855. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 17 by 13 inches. Print size: c. 12 by 7 inches.



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The Town Hall, Liverpool. Lithograph by R.J. Barrow and W. Crane of Chester, c. 1855. Central crease from top to bottom of print, otherwise very good. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 16 by 12 inches. Print size: c. 11 by 8 inches.



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Two interesting French chromolithographs, published about 1854.



Plate 1. The Sailors' Home, by P. Hosmer Shepherd and Charles Fichot. Old colour. Framed in a twisted gold moulding. Frame size: c.14 by 12 inches. Print size: c. 8 by 7 inches.



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Plate 2. St.George's Hall, by P. Hosmer Shepherd and Ph. Benoist. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 14 by 12 inches. Print size: c. 8 by 6  inches.



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Abercrombie Square. Engraving, G. and C. Pyne & J. Starling. 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The new Assize Courts, and St.George’s Hall, Liverpool. Engraving, Tallis, 1855. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c.11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 6 by 5 inches.



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The Black-Rock fort & Lighthouse, Liverpool. Engraving, Austin & Wallis, 1836. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding.Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 4 inches.



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The Birth-Place of William Roscoe, Liverpool. Engraving, c. 1850. Unnamed. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 10 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 6 by 5 inches.



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The House (Mount Pleasant, Liverpool) in which Roscoe was Born. Lithograph, S. Austin and G. Hullmandel, 1827. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 13 by 11 inches. Print size: c. 9 by 7 inches.



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The Blue-Coat School, Liverpool. Engraving, Allom & Heath, 1836. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: ic. 7 by 5 inches.



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Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel, Moss Street. 1829. SOLD.




The Cemetery at Liverpool, Showing Mr. Huskisson's Grave, &c, &c. Aquatint, by T.T. Bury, c. 1830. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 13 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 9 by 6 inches.



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Liverpool, Canning Dock and Customs House. Engraving, Bartlett & Higham, 1841. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c.  13 by 12 inches. Print size: c. 8 by 6 inches.



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Castle Street. An original black and white etching by Edington, 1920s. Framed in a dark wood moulding. Frame size, c. 11 by 15 inches. Main image size, c. 6 by 5 inches.



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Part of the cuts in the mount.




The Church of the School for the Blind. Engraving, Harwood & Lowry, 1829. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5  inches.



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The County House of Correction, Kirkdale. Engraving, Pyne & Watkins, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The New Customs House, Liverpool. Engraving, Allom & Finden, 1836. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: inches. Print size: inches.



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The Customs-House, Liverpool. Engraving, J.F. Burrell & A. Ashley, 1852. 'Drawn and engraved for the British Gazette.' Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size. c. 13 by 10 inches. Print size, c. 9 by 6 inches.



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The Duke’s Dock & Warehouses, Liverpool. Engraving, Harwood & Higham, 1829. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The Exchange Buildings, (Liverpool) Lancashire. Engraved by W. Woolnoth from a Drawing by J.R. Thompson, 1808. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Exchange Buildings and Nelson’s Monument, Liverpool. Engraving, Pyne and Dixon, 1829. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Interior of the Exchange News-Rooms. Engraving, Harwood and Winkles, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5  inches.



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Exchange Buildings and the Nelson Monument. Etching, (T.R.K.), 1875 (?) Framed in a dark wood moulding. Frame size, c. 18 by 14 inches. Print size, c. 11 by 7 inches.



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The Exchange and Nelson’s Monument. Engraving, G. & C. Pyne and Thomas Dixon, 1830. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. Engraving, Thomas Wyatt and C. Fenn, 1867. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size. c. 13 by 10 inches. Print size, c. 9 by 7 inches.



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Goree Buildings, Liverpool. Engraving, W. Westall and Edward Finden, 1830. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Goree Buildings, Liverpool. A second copy, 1830. Old colour. Framed in a Hogarth moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.




The Goree Warehouses, George’s Dock. Engraving, Austin & Willis, published by Fisher and Son, 1829. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 10 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Part of Lord Street, with St.George’s Church in the Distance. Engraving, Harwood and R. Winkles, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c.7 by 5 inches.



A closer view of Part of Lord Street, with St.George’s Church in the Distance.




Part of Lord Street, and South John Street. Engraving, Harwood and Winkles, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The Infirmary, Brownlow Street. Engraving, Thomas Allom and James Allen, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 12 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Lime Street, 1857. Print, W. G. Herdman. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 17 by 14 inches. Print size: c. 10 by 7 inches.



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..... Lime Street, 1797. W. G. Herdman. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size. c. 18 by 11 inches. Print size, c. 12 by 5 inches.



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The Liverpool Landing Stage, St.George’s Pier. Engraving, Mackenzie, c.1876. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c.  by  inches. Print size: c.  by  inches.



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Liverpool from the Town-Hall, looking south. Engraving, Harwood and Rogers, c.1830. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



A closer view of Liverpool from the Town-Hall, looking south.




The Low Hill General Cemetery. Engraving, T. Allom and Robert Wallis, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The New Baths, George’s Parade. Engraving, Messrs Pyne and Robert Willis, 1829. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



A closer view of 'The New Baths', George’s Parade.




Offices of the Liverpool and London Insurance Company. Engraving, n.d. (c.1850.) Anonymous. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 17 by 13 inches. Print size: c. 13 by 8 inches.



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The Prince’s Dock, Liverpool. Engraving, Harwood and Hay, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 10 by 8 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Prince's Dock, Liverpool. Chromolithograph by H. Robinson, c. 1888. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 5 inches.



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The Royal Amphitheatre, Liverpool. Engraving, Harwood and Rogers, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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St.Andrew’s, Scotch Kirk, Rodney Street. Engraving, G. and C. Pyne and Henry Jorden, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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St.George’s Church. Engraving, G. & C. Pyne and F.R. Hay, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 9 by 12 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 7 inches.



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St.George’s Church, from the Docks, Liverpool. Engraving, Westall and Finden, 1830. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 9 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 6 inches.



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St.George’s Crescent and Castle Street. Engraving, Harwood and H. Willis, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5  inches.



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St.George’s Crescent and Castle Street. A second copy, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a Hogarth moulding. Frame size: c. 12 by 10 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5  inches.




St.James Cemetery, looking west. 1836. Engraved by R. Fenner after a drawing by T.M. Baynes. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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St.Nicholas’ Church, Chapel Street. Aquatint, produced c. 1815. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 13 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 9 inches.



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St.Nicholas’ Church, Chapel Street. Engraving, G. & C. Pyne and H. Jorden, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 9 by 11 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 7 inches.



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St.Nicholas’ Church, Liverpool. Engraving, Bartlett and Armytage. n.d. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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St.Nicholas’ Church. Etching, H. Toussaint, Liverpool, 1882. Framed in a dark wood moulding. Frame size, c. 14 by 16. Print size, c. 7 by 9 inches.



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St. Nicholas' church and the river. W.G. Herdman, c. 1875. Old colour, framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 18 by 14. Print size, c. 11 by 8 inches.



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St.Paul’s Church. Engraving, Harwood and Lowry, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Seacombe Slip, Liverpool. Engraving, J. Austin and R. Wallis, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 10 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 5 inches.



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The Scotch Chapel, United Presbyterian, Mount Pleasant. Engraving, Pyne and Winkles, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The Sessions House, Kirkdale. Engraving, Pyne and Watkins, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The Statue of George III in London Road. Engraving, T. Allom and J. Starling, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5  inches.



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Elevation of the Theatre Royal, Liverpool. Engraving, Taylor. Taken May, 1773. Printed, 1822. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 14 by 17 inches. Print size: c. 9 by 13 inches.



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The Town Hall and Mansion House, Liverpool. Engraving, W. Westall A.R.A. and Edward Finden, 1828. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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Town Hall, Liverpool. Engraving, G. & C. Pyne and W. Watkins, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5 inches.



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The Town Hall and Mansion House, Liverpool. Engraving. n.d., circa 1850. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 10 by 8 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 4 inches.



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The Town Hall, Liverpool. Engraving, J.F. Burrell and A. Ashley, 1852. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 15 by 12 inches. Print size: c. 9 by 6 inches.



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The Interior of the Ball-Room, Town-Hall. Engraving, Harwood and R. Winkles, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 9 inches.



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Two chromolithographs showing the Burning of the Town Hall, c. 1875, by W.G. Herdman, lithographed by H. Greenwood. Framed in a gold moulding. Plate 1. Frame size: c. 15 by 13 inches. Print size: c. 9 by 8 inches.



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Plate 2. The Burning of the Town Hall, c. 1875, by W.G. Herdman, lithographed by H. Greenwood. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 15 by 13 inches. Print size: c. 9 by 8 inches.



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The Unitarian Chapel, Paradise Street. Engraving, Pyne and Smith, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 9 inches.



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Water Street. Engraving, Pyne and Acon, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 9 by 11 inches. Print size: c. 4 by 6 inches.



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The Wellington Rooms, Mount Pleasant. Engraving, G. and C. Pyne and James Allen, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size: c. 7 by 5  inches.



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The Wesleyan Chapel, Stanhope Street. Engraving, Payne and Smith, 1839. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size: c. 9 by 11 inches. Print size: c. 5 by 7 inches.



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The Ancient "Wishing Gate", Liverpool. Engraving, c. 1835. Old colour. Framed in a gold moulding. Frame size, c. 11 by 9 inches. Print size, c. 8 by 6 inches.



A closer view of the print. Beneath is the description, 'Painted in 1797 by S.F. Serres, Esq. Marine Painter to His Majesty George III, & Engraved by W. Floyd.'



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A really rare item - the list of runners for a race meeting in Liverpool in July 1839.


This handbill records the results of a race meeting in Liverpool in the Summer of 1839. The horses, riders, prizes, etc., are recorded, as well as the final positions.


A close view of the result of a race from Wednesday, July 11th, 1839.

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And finally.......


..... an unusual lithograph entitled "Sketch of the Liverpool Fancy Ball, 1823". A very rare item indeed! Sub-title: 'Dedicated to the admirers of the Beau Ideal.'  Lithograph by an anonymous author (possibly an amateur). Print size, 10 by 14 inches. Later colour. Framed in a gold moulding.



Thomas Rowlandson. From the various tours of Dr. Syntax. London, engraved between about 1812 and 1821. Aquatint by Rowlandson with hand colour. c. 4.5 x 7.5 inches. Framed in a gold moulding.  The Liverpool print from the famous ‘Tours of Dr. Syntax,’ the  escapades of a fictional 19th-century English clergyman. This shows Dr Syntax at the Liverpool Exchange, on the Exchange flags.


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