Maritime, Ships, Vessels (11)

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05622. Ancient Galley 1796

Faulder, R (Publisher of Bond Street) 'Supposed form of an Ancient galley of the first magnituoe or rate having forty banks of Oars'. Drawn by J Charnock and engraved by C Tomkins. Published in London November 1796. Plain simple attractive drawing. Good margins in very good clean condition. 310mm x 248mm
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05620. A Felucca Vessel 1802

Sewell, John (Publisher) 'A Felucca, employed for the purposes of Commerce, on the Coast of Barbary' Engraved by Barlow. Published in London (1802). Dark, plain simple attractive drawing. Close cropped as base in very good clean condition. 280mm x 230mm
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05617. English Ship of War 1802

Sewell, John (Publisher) 'Draft of an English Ship of War 1688, taken from the Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords' Drawn by J Charnock and engraved by Newton. Published in London 1802. Plain simple attractive drawing. Close cropped on one side otherwise very good clean condition. 280mm x 230mm
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05618. Ancient Vessel 1802

Darton and Harvey (Publisher) 'An Ancient Bireme from Bafius, having one tier of oars only' engraved by Newton. Published in London February 1802. Plain simple attractive drawing. Good margins in very good clean condition. 280mm x 230mm
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05621. Russian Fregate 1802

Sewell, John (Publisher) 'Stern of a Russian Fregate and Merchant Vessel'. Drawn by J Charnock and engraved by Greig. Published in London March 1802. Plain simple attractive double drawing from unusual angle. In very good clean condition. 220mm x 300mm
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05619. Ancient Liburni 1802

Sewell, John (Publisher) 'One of the ancient Liburni, or gallies, having a single tier of Oars, according to Bafius' (drawn by J Charnock) engraved by Newton. Published in London (1802). Plain simple attractive drawing. In very good clean condition. 280mm x 230mm
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07710x. The USS Steam-Frigate 'Merrimac' 1856

Smyth (engraver) The United States' Steam-Frigate 'Merrimac'. Illustrated London News October 18, 1856. Whole page detailed illustration. 403mm x 270mm. USS Merrimack (alternative spelling) 6 crew frigate built in1854 is best known as the hull upon which the warship 'Virginia' was constructed during the American Civil War. She was named after the river in Massachusetts. Excellent condition with reverse text.

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07433. Liverpool Pilot-Boats 1857

ILN 'The Liverpool Pilot-Boats Hoisting Pilot on Board in Heavy Weather' dated October 3rd 1857. Engraving with text. 278mm x 214mm



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07711x. HMS 'Agamemnon' & 'Niagara' Keyham Docks 1858

F Smith (engraver) 'Reshipment of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable on Board the 'Agamemnon' & 'Niagara' in Keyham Basin'. The Illustrated London News May 29, 1858. Full page illustration of large vessels at the Devon Shipyard. Keyham is a Victorian-built area of Plymouth built to provide dense cheap housing outside HM Dockyard Devonport for the civilian workmen. 401mm x 277mm Some minor tears printed surface not effected.

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07709x. HMS Captain Lost At Sea ILN 1870

Litho print 'H.M.S. Captain, Lately Lost At Sea'. The Illustrated London News September 24, 1870. Depicting the ship in distress on turbulent high seas. HMS Captain was a failed warship built for the Royal Navy by a private contractor completed in April 1870 and capsized in September of the same year with the loss of 500 lives. 402mm x 274mm Minor tears to edges not effecting printed surface. Generally excellent condition. (Partial image only)



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05498. Spain Vigo Port Wreck 1887

The Illustrated London News (ILN) 'Wreck of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company's Steamer Valparaiso at Vigo', Published London 12 March 1887. Contemporary detailed illustration referring to the Chilean named Valparaiso steamer at the Spanish port of Vigo. Uncoloured as published top closely cropped otherwise good margins in very good condition. 268mm x 179mm



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