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BARKER, Robert, 1739-1806 & BARKER, Henry Aston, 1774-1856 : [BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE].
[London : 1793]. A scarce and handsome antique print – an elevated prospect of Blackfriars Bridge from the south, with the banks of the Thames westwards from St. Bride’s – originally published as the central section of the published version of the Barkers’ panorama “London from the Roof of the Albion Mills” (London : 1792-1793). Engraved by Frederick Birnie (fl.1790-1793) from the Barkers’ original drawings – the Irishman Robert Barker being regarded as the inventor of the panorama.
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CRAIG, William Marshall : BLACKFRYARS BRIDGE : A POOR SWEEP, SIR!
London : Richard Phillips, 1804. A most attractive antique print – a boy crossing-sweeper solicits a halfpenny on Blackfriars Bridge – St. Paul’s looms beyond. Engraved from an original study by William Marshall Craig (fl.1788-1828), water-colour painter to Queen Charlotte. Originally produced for Phillips’ part-work “Modern London : Being the History and Present State of the British Metropolis” (London : 1804).
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[ENGLISH SCHOOL] : BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE FROM THE SURREY SIDE.
[London : Cassell & Co., 1878]. A handsome antique print of Blackfriars Bridge from the south-west – the skyline dominated by St. Paul’s Cathedral in the distance – the foreground busy with river traffic. Originally produced as a supplementary presentation plate plate for the part-work “Old and New London” (London : 1873-1878).
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GODFREY, Richard Bernard : THE TEMPORARY BRIDGE AT BLACKFRIARS. ENGRAVED FROM AN ORIGINAL DRAWING.
[London : R. Godfrey], 1775. A handsome antique print of the original Blackfriars Bridge (by Robert Mylne) in the course of building – the stone arches rising on the south side of the Thames and a temporary wooden structure joining them from the north. Dated 1775 in the plate (although probably a slightly later printing). Drawn, engraved and published by Richard Bernard Godfrey (b.1728).
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PRATTENT, Thomas : ALBION MILL BLACKFRIERS BRIDGE.
Shrewsbury : C. Hulbert, [ca. 1820]. An uncommon antique print of the great corn-mill at the foot of Blackfriars Bridge, erected by Matthew Boulton in 1786. The first great factory to be built in London, it was destroyed by fire in 1791. Engraved about 1890 by the London draughtsman, engraver, printer and printseller, T. Prattent (fl.1790-1819), who had premises in Cloth Fair – but here in a later impression with the imprint of Charles Hulbert of Shrewbury.
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PROUT, Samuel, 1783-1852 : BLACKFRIAR’S BRIDGE.
[London : Longman & Co., J. & A. Arch & G. Cooke], 1827, A charming antique print of London – Blackfriars Bridge and St. Paul’s from the south bank of the Thames. In the foreground is an iron boat. Etched and engraved by George Cooke (1781-1834) from an original drawing by Samuel Prout. Originally produced for Cooke’s part-work series “Views in London and its Vicinity” (1826-1834).
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SCHNEBBELIE, Robert Blemmel, 1781-1847 : LONDON, FROM CHATHAM PLACE, BLACKFRIARS.
London : J. Stratford, 1809. A pleasant antique print – a view across Blackfriars Bridge towards Southwark and the South Bank. Engraved by Richard Roffe (1781-1846) from an original study by Robert Blemmel Schnebbelie. Originally produced for the part-work by “Dr David Hughson” [David Pugh] known as “London; being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis” (London : 1805-1809).
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SHEPHERD, Thomas Hosmer, 1793-1864 : LONDON. RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO THE RIGHT HONB.LE THE LORD MAYOR, COURT OF ALDERMEN, & COMMON COUNCIL.
London : Jones & Co., 1827. A delightful antique print – a sweeping view of London from the South Bank of the Thames – St. Paul’s and Blackfriars Bridge prominent, the City of London beyond. Engraved by William Wallis (fl.1816-1855) from an original drawing by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, the master recorder of nineteenth-century London. Originally produced for Shepherd’s series “Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century” (London : 1827-1830).
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