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Paris: Felix Malteste et Cie, 1857. Folio, twenty chromolithograph plates and five engraved plates, sound copy in quarter morocco, cloth, gilt title and decoration. This volume illustrates the chapel as restored by the architect J.B.A. Lassus, the chromolithograph plates show decorative panels, borders, murals etc highlighted in gold.
London: Vincent Brooks Day & Son, circa 1870.
Unusually fine Victorian panoramaFolding panorama in its original cloth boards, chromo-lithographic plates pasted together to form one continuous panorama 113 x 3660 mm.; lettered in gilt to front. Beautiful coloured-lithographic panorama, as issued in its original decorated cloth boards: the series...
London: J. Souter, November 1824.
Idealised Australian parkland viewHand-coloured aquatint, 265 x 355 mm., mounted. An attractive plate from the Joseph Lycett's Views in Australia or New South Wales, & Van Dieman's Land, published in London in 1825 and a landmark in the development of Australian illustrated books. Lycett...
Paris: F. Dumas, 1926.
Parisian pochoir printmaking at its finestSet of twenty-five pochoir plates and decorated title page measuring 375 x 275 mm., an excellent set in the original folding portfolio case. A rare and exotic album of vivid French art deco undersea fantasies. These skilfully printed pochoir designs...
Paris: Tolmer editeur, circa 1925.
Iridescent pochoir printmakingComplete collection of 20 pochoir plates measuring 448 x 323 mm., with title-page, introductory note and list of plates housed in the original folding case with cloth ties featuring pochoir design to the front board; an excellent set. A rare and astonishingly...