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Lot 33
Oriental Scenery - Thomas and William Daniell - Antiquarian Books: In Pursuit of the Picturesque
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Oriental Scenery

Thomas and William Daniell, Oriental Scenery, London: William Daniell and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown for Thomas and William Daniell, 1812-1816

6 parts in 3 volumes, general title in volume 1, 6 aquatint vignette titles to each part, 144 black and white aquatint plates on thick paper and 8 engraved plans; modern brown half Morocco with matching brown cloth boards, new endpapers, spine lettered in gilt with 5 raised bands
39.2 x 28 x 4.5 cm (each)

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Lot 52
Scenery costumes and architecture chiefly on the Western side of India - Captain Robert Melville Grindlay - Antiquarian Books: In Pursuit of the Picturesque
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Scenery costumes and architecture chiefly on the Western side of India

Captain Robert Melville Grindlay, Scenery, Costumes and Architecture Chiefly on the Western Side of India, London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1830 [but later, text watermarked 1840s]

Engraved title page with hand-coloured vignette, 36 hand-coloured aquatint plates; modern red morocco, gilt, by D Gouey of New York, all edges gilt, spine gilt, preserved in a modern customised (with toggles) book box of Robert and Maria Travis.
42 x 34 x 4 cm

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Lot 49
A Brief History of Ancient and Modern India From the Earliest Periods of Antiquity to the termination of the late Mahratta War - Francis William Blagdon, William Daniell, Francis Swain Ward and James Hunter - Antiquarian Books: In Pursuit of the Picturesque
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A Brief History of Ancient and Modern India From the Earliest Periods of Antiquity to the termination of the late Mahratta War

Francis William Blagdon, William Daniell, James Hunter and Francis Swain Ward, A Brief History of Ancient and Modern India from the Earliest Periods of Antiquity to the Termination of the late Mahratta War [title to letterpress] [WITH] Picturesque Scenery in the Kingdom of Mysore from Forty Drawings Taken on the Spot by James Hunter [AND] Twenty-Four Views in Hindostan, London: Edward Orme, 1805 [but c.1828, text watermarked 1820-22, plates 1827-28]

1 hand colored stipple engraved portrait frontispiece of Tippoo Sultan, two hand colored engraved pictorial additional titles, hand colored stipple-engraved folding plate of "Judges and Court Officials", and 60 of 64 hand colored aquatint plates (lacking plates 5-8, Abbey nos.29-32); polished half calf over marbled boards, spine ornately gilt in compartments, label on upper board with gilt text and ornate borders
57.5 x 43 x 4 cm

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Lot 76
Behar Amateur Lithographic Press Scrapbook - Sir Charles  D`Oyly - Antiquarian Books: In Pursuit of the Picturesque
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Sir Charles D`Oyly (1781 - 1845)

Behar Amateur Lithographic Press Scrapbook

Sir Charles D’Oyly, Behar Amateur Lithographic Press Scrapbook, [Patna:] Behar Lithographic Press, [1828-30?]

Mounted lithographed title and mounted lithographed plates after D'Oyly by the Behar Lithographic Press, all on India paper mounted on album leaves; half leather bound with marbled boards and leather gilt title ticket pasted on the front boards.

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Lot 97
Report on the Pulney Mountains to accompany the series of sketches by Lieut. Col. D. Hamilton - Lieutenant Colonel  Douglas Hamilton - Antiquarian Books: In Pursuit of the Picturesque
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Report on the Pulney Mountains to accompany the series of sketches by Lieut. Col. D. Hamilton

a) Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Hamilton, Sketches of the Shevaroy Hills, Topographical Department of the War Office, 1865

Atlas portfolio with 29 lithographs on 23 plates by James Fergusson after sketch by Lieut. Col. Douglas Hamilton done at the Topographical depot at the War Office under the superintendence of Major A C Crooke and Col. Sir Henry James; half leather bound with gilt leather title ticket pasted on the front board
69.5 x 54.5 x 2 cm

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