Thomas Shotter Boys - A group of London Views, from 'Original Views of London As It Is' (Black Friars from Southwark Bridge; Westminster from Waterloo Bridge; Hyde Park near Grosvenor Gate; The Tower & Mint from Great Tower Hill; The Club House & Pall Mall; Maison House & Cheapside; Regent Street looking towards the Duke of York's Column; Westminster Abbey Hospital, Hyde Park Corner; The Guild Hall; Entry to the Strand from Charing Cross; Old Bond Street; Regent Street looking towards the Quadrant); 'Ceremony of presenting new Colours to their Regiment at Canterbury, on Tuesday, October 7th 1834, by Field Marshal, his Grace the Duke of Wellington'

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Thomas Shotter Boys - A group of London Views, from 'Original Views of London As It Is' (Black Friars from Southwark Bridge; Westminster from Waterloo Bridge; Hyde Park near Grosvenor Gate; The Tower & Mint from Great Tower Hill; The Club House & Pall Mall; Maison House & Cheapside; Regent Street looking towards the Duke of York's Column; Westminster Abbey Hospital, Hyde Park Corner; The Guild Hall; Entry to the Strand from Charing Cross; Old Bond Street; Regent Street looking towards the Quadrant); 'Ceremony of presenting new Colours to their Regiment at Canterbury, on Tuesday, October 7th 1834, by Field Marshal, his Grace the Duke of Wellington'
Various sizes cm
n/a
Thirteen lithographs with hand-colouring, together with, lithograph with hand-colouring
1842
Print-Multiple
Set of 14, New Hollstein's third state of five
2016-11-30
5
$867[-29%]*
$1,115[-44%]*
$619
$774 *
Thirteen lithographs published by T.S.Boys, London; Lithograph with hand-colouring printed by G.E. Madeley, London, published by Henry Ward, Canterbury; Lithograph with hand-colouring, 1834, printed by G.E. Madeley, London, published by Henry Ward, Canterbury