1871. These three drawings were done for the Household Edition of Dickens's Little Dorrit,1871 (Book II,Chapter X; Book... Read More about Three Illustrations to Dickens's Little Dorrit
London & New York: George Routledge, . Kate Greenaway (1846-1901) was a British illustrator whose work as a book illustrator has earned her the title of one of the three great children's books illustrators of the mid-Victorian period. Read More about Kate Greenaway's Calender for 1884
London: Frederick Warne & Co, nd. First edition. Read More about Marigold Garden
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page, 1973. First American Edition with Ardizzone Illustrations. Read More about The Little Fire Engine
London: Jeremiah How, 1842. Dadd, Richard. First edition. ON INDIA PAPER. Read More about The Book of British Ballads
London: Harrison, 59, Pall mall, 1861. First edition. Inscribed. Inscribed "Miss Withecombe from the author with his kind regards & best wishes April 1886." Read More about Agatha: A Fanciful Flight for a Gusty Night
London: Macmillan, 1927. One of 575 copies, signed by the Author. One of 525 Signed by Hardy. Read More about The Dynasts
London: R. Ackermann, 96 Strand, 1832. Brooke, W.H. First Edition. Read More about The Humourist, a companion for the Christmas fireside. Edited by W.H. Harrison. Embellished by...
London: R. Ackermann, 96, Strand nd sold by R. Ackermann, Jun. 191 Regent Street, 1832. Brooke, W.H. First edition. Read More about The Humouirist, a Companion for the Christmas Fireside
London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, 1859. Eleventh edition, with Explanatory Plates and Woodcuts. Read More about Instructions to Young Sportsmen in All that Relates to Guns and Shooting. Edited by His Son,...
London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, [n.d., but ca. 1840]. Heath, Charles and James. Read More about Heath’s Gallery of British Engravings
[Great Britain: c. 1850]. An extensive watercolor study of medieval German armor and heraldry, many of the drawings quite accomplished. A manuscript index and marginal captions identify the 94 drawings by family and many by specific historical person, e.g. Prince of Latour Taxis, George Fugger, Georg Pfister, Anthon Haintzlin, Hans..... Read More about Album of 96 watercolor drawings of German heraldry and armor
Tonbridge, Kent: September 1, 1861. Read More about Autograph letter signed (“J. F. Herring”), 2 pp. 8vo, to Mr. W. B. Brooks asking to see him,...
n.p: Ca. 1913. Original Theatrical Drawing by Raven Hill. In 1910 Montague Glass published Potash and Perlmutter, a collection of stories written in vernacular and dealing with two partners in the cloak-and-suit business. They were immensely popular, and led to a number of sequels and dramatizations, among them the one..... Read More about "Potash and Perlmutter": Original drawing of the characters in this play, ink on board,...
London: printed for D. Browne, 1761. Hogarth, William. Second Hogarth edition. Second edition with Hogarth's Illustrations. First edition with Gray's Notes and the first edition with Hogarth's rollicking illustrations. Read More about Hudibras, in Three Parts, Written in the Time of the Late Wars: Corrected and Amended: With...
Cambridge: Printed by J. Bentham. Printer to the University, for W. Innys & c, 1744. Hogarth, William. First Hogarth edition, with list of subscribers. His small illustrations to Samuel Butler's mock-heroic Hudibras, published in 1726 but executed earlier (ibid., nos. 5–21), led to an ambitious project to publish by subscription..... Read More about Hudibras, in three parts, written in the Time of the Late Wars: Corrected and Amended. with Large...
London: Lewis, Smith, Brown and Co, (ca. 1809, from plate imprints). This collection includes some of Hogarth's lesser known works, which according to the title page, had never before been collected. Read More about The Works of …
London: Jones and Co, 1833. Hogarth, William. Read More about The Works of … in a Series of Engraving: with Descriptions, and a Comment on Their Moral...
London: John & Josiah Boydell, 1795. Original Engraved Copper Printing Plate After Hogarth's Self-Portrait. With the engraved legend at the bottom of the plate: "William Hogarth / From the Original Picture in the Collection of John & Josiah Boydell / Published June 1, 1795 by J. & J. Boydell in..... Read More about Copper plate: Portrait with allegorical attributes
London: William Bulmer and Co., Shakespeare Printing-Office, 1828. Second edition. A handsome collection of portraits, many printed on toned paper, with letterpress commentaries on the subjects' lives. In addition to the 80 portraits called for in the printed "List of Plates", there should also be 4 plates which that list..... Read More about Portraits of Illustrious Personages of the Court of Henry VIII...With Biographical and Historical...
London: Charles Tilt, 1829. Cruikshank, George. First edition, with ads at end. Fine 'Epping Hunt'. Read More about The Epping Hunt
London: Iohannes Pine, 1733; 1737. First Pine edition, second issue, with “potest” in medallion, p. 108, v. II. Pine’s Horace. The pinnacle of Augustan book illustration, in a fine binding of the period. “Pine’s complete command of his craft makes this the most elegant of English eighteenth-century books in which..... Read More about Quinti Horatii Flacci. Opera
London: J. & D. A. Darling, [n.d., but 1850]. First Edition. “The plates by Alfred Ashley are splendid” (Wolff). Read More about Penelope Wedgebone: The Supposed heiress