03202x. Cuttlery Seller 'Metal Spoon'Original from Cries of London 1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Hard Metal Spoons Plate 20. The Seller is depicted with four spoons in hand and a classic leghorn hat and attire. From The Cries of London: Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Library withdrawn copy. Print size 170mm x 240mm.with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared - the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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01506x. Fire Screens Cries of London 1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Fire Screens Plate 12. High quality products by a well dressed vendor in a Leghorn hat. Taken from the original by Henry Overton c.1740. From The Cries of London:. Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 1 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Library withdrawn copy. Print size ca.:170mm x 240mm.with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.



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03173x. 'Hackney Coachman' Original Print from Cries of London 1819/1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Hackney Coachman Plate 6. As he would have been dressed and attired in 1687. From Henry Overton;s print c 1740 now published in The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Library withdrawn copy. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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03012x. Marking Stones Cries of London 1819/1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Marking Stones Plate 10. Red colour or black lead markers first referred to at the time of James I when a rare woodcut was first produced. From The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Library withdrawn copy. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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03489x. Prison Basket Man Cries of London 1819/1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Prison Basket Man Plate 8. Depicting a man sent out to beg broken meat for the poor prisoners.. From a print by Henry Overton c.1740 The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Library withdrawn copy. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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01594x. Smithfield Pudding London Cries 1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Smithfield Pudding Plate 29. Among the most popular foods in England unusually dated on the print depicting seller with a customer eating his pudding. From The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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02370x. Smithfield Saloop Cries of London 1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Smithfield Saloop Plate 28. Sellers of frumenty, barley broth, cow-heel soup and baked ox-cheek. Depicting seated trader and woman customer feeding from soup bowl. From The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Library withdrawn copy. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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03254x. Spices Seller 'Chick Weed' Original from Cries of London 1819/1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Chickweed & Groundsel Plate 14. Depicting George Smith a brush maker out of a job because of rheumatism and forced to sell chickweed for singing canaries. From The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Library withdrawn copy. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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01362x. Street Vendor 'New Elegy' Original Print from Cries of London 1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) New Elegy. Plate 14. Itinerant vendor of Elegies, Christmas Carols and Love Songs. From The Cries of London: Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original explanatory text page (incomplete) attached. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Library withdrawn copy. Print size ca.:170mm x 240mm. Mounted: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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02154x. Three Female Simplers Cries of London 1839

Smith, John Thomas (1766-1833) (Drawn & Etched by) Simplers Plate 26. Three women Simplers indicating that the trade was not limited to men alone. Simpling consisted of picking champignon, mushrooms etc. aswell as acting as snail-picker, leech-bathger and viper-catcher. Depiction shows the three women in Stockwell Road returning from the markjet back to Croydon. From The Cries of London . Title continues: exhibiting several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient & Modern Times copied from Rare Engravings or Drawn from Life Smith was Late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum. Published by John Bowyer Nichols & Sons London 1839. Original 2 page explanatory text (incomplete) attached. Bristle paper mounted and protected in excellent condition. Print size: 170mm x 240mm. with mount: 375mm x 410mm,
NOTE: Marcellus Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London drawne after the life were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and were reprinted by him in 1689 and 1709. In 1711 the first of four reprints appeared, the last in 1733. They were reprinted again with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. In 1760 Robert Sayer modified and reprinted them in serial parts. The present examples on offer here have been taken from Volume II of The Vagabondiana published in 1839.


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