Caricatures, including two private collections | 13 July 2017

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Van Kruys (Herman) after G.D. [George Duckett]. - Martini Scribleri Vera Effigies,

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Est: £250–350

id=1419736,sku=475298-13,num=1,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Van Kruys (Herman) after G.D. [George Duckett].

Martini Scribleri Vera Effigies,

frontispiece to 'Pope Alexander's Supremacy and Infallibility Examin'd', by Duckett and John Dennis

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Butler (Samuel) - Hudibras,

Sold for £260

Est: £150–200

id=1419851,sku=475298-42,num=2,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Butler (Samuel)

Hudibras,

3 parts in one, engraved portrait, 9 engraved plates after Hogarth, some folding, slightly spotted, contemporary vellum

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Ghezzi (Pier Leone) - A travelling Governour,

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Est: £400–600

id=1419856,sku=475298-58,num=3,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Ghezzi (Pier Leone)

A travelling Governour,

a caricature of Dr James Hay, a grand tour guide, known as ¾ar leaders' for escorting simple-minded youths

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Hogarth (William) - A Harlot's Progress,

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Est: £800–1200

id=1419748,sku=475298-56,num=4,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Hogarth (William)

A Harlot's Progress,

the complete set of 6, the 3rd state with added shadows and other minor reworking, engravings, each c.315 x 390mm

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Hogarth (William) - Marriage a la Mode,

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Est: £600–800

id=1419814,sku=475298-52,num=5,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Hogarth (William)

Marriage a la Mode,

5 of the set of 6 plates, lacking plate II, all lifetime issues, engravings by Baron, Ravenet and Scotin, each c

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Hogarth (William) - Burning Rumpus at Temple Barr,

Sold for £300

Est: £300–500

id=1419753,sku=475298-53,num=6,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Hogarth (William)

Burning Rumpus at Temple Barr,

the 2nd, or Paulson's 'finished', state, engraving, 270 x 495mm

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Hogarth (William) - [Works]

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Est: £150–200

id=1419775,sku=475298-75,num=7,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Hogarth (William)

[Works]

a group of 19 engravings on 12 sheets, vs., 110 x 120mm. to 415 x 530mm

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8

Tucker (H.) - A Prophecy, The Coach Overturn'd, or, the fall of Mortimer,

Sold for £130

Est: £200–300

id=1419848,sku=475298-14,num=8,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Tucker (H.)

A Prophecy, The Coach Overturn'd, or, the fall of Mortimer,

after Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale, a satire on the negotiations at the Peace of Paris, following the Seven Years War

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Hogarth (William) - The Bruiser,

Sold for £200

Est: £400–600

id=1419862,sku=475298-54,num=9,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Hogarth (William)

The Bruiser,

3rd state with Churchill referred to as the Russian Hercules, but before the framed scene is added in front of the...

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Williams (John) Publisher. - In and Out, and turn about, or, The Game of Bob-Cherry,

Sold for £120

Est: £250–350

id=1419757,sku=475298-59,num=10,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Williams (John) Publisher.

In and Out, and turn about, or, The Game of Bob-Cherry,

a satirical broadside on the 'Triumvirate' government following the resignation of Lord Bute

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Campbell (Pryse, M.P.) - [Mr Pitt speaking, Sir John Mordaunt taking notes, Mr Kynaston asleep],

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Est: £250–350

id=1419798,sku=475298-15,num=11,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Campbell (Pryse, M.P.)

[Mr Pitt speaking, Sir John Mordaunt taking notes, Mr Kynaston asleep],

parliamentary satire by the MP for Cromartie and Nairn, and caricaturist, depicting Willaim Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham

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Prints:- - A collection,

Sold for £600

Est: £100–200

id=1419817,sku=475298-43,num=12,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Prints:-

A collection,

comprising: an album with numerous engravings from The Town and Country Magazine , including approx

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Bretherton (Charles) - The Delights of Islington,

Sold for £500

Est: £250–350

id=1419840,sku=475298-16,num=13,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Bretherton (Charles)

The Delights of Islington,

caricatured portrait after Henry Bunbury of the London eccentric, Jeremiah Sago

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Collier (John) "Tim Bobbin". - A group of plates of grotesque characters,

Sold for £140

Est: £150–200

id=1419759,sku=475298-57,num=14,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Collier (John) "Tim Bobbin".

A group of plates of grotesque characters,

mostly small plates of 2 or 3 figures, a few larger plates from Human Passions, with 5 leaves of explanatory text

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Gillray (James) - The Liberty of the Subject,

Sold for £200

Est: £300–500

id=1419776,sku=475298-11,num=15,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Gillray (James)

The Liberty of the Subject,

one of the satirist's earliest known published works, this on the brutality of press gangs

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Album. - [Gilray & Rowlandson's Humourous Caricatures],

Sold for £800

Est: £1000–1500

id=1419772,sku=475298-55,num=16,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Album.

[Gilray & Rowlandson's Humourous Caricatures],

containing 55 mostly later 18th century plates, most by Rowlandson and Gillray, including the former

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Humphrey (William) Publisher. - The Council,

Sold for £380

Est: £400–600

id=1419853,sku=475298-60,num=17,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Humphrey (William) Publisher.

The Council,

more pertinently renamed The Privy Council when re-issued shortly afterwards

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Gillray (James) - Guy Vaux,

Sold for £380

Est: £400–600

id=1419739,sku=475298-61,num=18,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Gillray (James)

Guy Vaux,

George III as an ass, sleeping on his throne, sceptre and orb in a sack at his side

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Dent (William) Publisher. - The Coalition Garland, or the State Sweeps,

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Est: £300–500

id=1419774,sku=475298-62,num=19,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Dent (William) Publisher.

The Coalition Garland, or the State Sweeps,

Fox and North as chimney sweeps, dancing on Constitution Hill around a royal pyre of loaves and fishes

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Cornell (Thomas) - Pand[e]monium,

Sold for £300

Est: £400–600

id=1419809,sku=475298-63,num=20,auc=36257,aucid=3450

Cornell (Thomas)

Pand[e]monium,

a glowering Fox surrounded by erstwhile colleagues, following his resignation after Rockingham's death, evoking Milton

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