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(Fruit seller)


Anon (Fruit seller) London c.1750 Mezzotint 150 x 110mm

(George Pratt and a fool, city bell men)


John Kay (George Pratt and a fool, city bell men) Edinburgh, 1784 Etching 85 x 105mm

(Lord Monbaddo)


John Kay (Lord Monbaddo) Edinburgh, c.1790 Etching 70 x 60mm

(Mrs Gibb)


John Kay (Mrs Gibb) Edinburgh, 1812 Etching 120 x 45mm

(Self portrait)


John Kay (Self portrait) Edinburgh, c.1790 Etching 120 x 75mm

(Silhouette of a Rider)


Anon (Silhouette of a Rider) London, ca. 1820 Wood engraving 200 x 130 mm

(The Bank of Faith and the New Light)


Samuel De Wilde (pseud Thaumaso Scrutiny) (The Bank of Faith and the New Light) London, S. Tipper June 1st 1808 Etching 180x340mm Trimmed within platemark, slight dust staining, repairs to old folds

(The City Tron-Men, or Chimney sweeps)


John Kay (The City Tron-Men, or Chimney sweeps) Edinburgh, c.1791 Etching 195 x 125mm

(The Miller and his Horse).


Isaac Cruikshank the Elder after George Moutard Woodward (The Miller and his Horse). Eccentric Excursions or, Literary & Pictorial Sketches of Countenance, Character & Country in different parts of England & South Wales. London, Allen & West 1796-7 Etching Original hand-colouring 265x210mm

(The Unfortunate Lover)


(Carington Bowles) (The Unfortunate Lover) (London, Carington Bowles c. 1785) Mezzotint Original hand-colouring 330x250mm Trimmed to image and within title area and laid onto card

(Three Giants)


John Kay (Three Giants) Edinburgh, 1784 Etching 190 x 165mm

(William IV, when young)


Richard Dighton (William IV, when young) London, c.1808 Etching Original hand colouring 205 x 110mm