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ALBIN, Eleazar : BATTERSEA.
[London : ca.1740]. An extremely rare and early print of Battersea – the parish church of St. Mary prominent to the left, cottages and houses by the river beyond, a windmill in the distance, men fishing on the opposite bank. Engraved by Elisha Kirkall (1682?-1742) from an original study by the naturalist Eleazar Albin (fl.1708-1741). The second state of the plate, with Albin’s name partially erased.
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BARTHOLOMEW & CO., John : STREET PLAN. SECTION VII [FULHAM, CHELSEA, BATTERSEA, ETC].
London : G. W. Bacon, . A neatly worked street-plan of part of West London on a scale of just under two inches to the mile. The coverage extends from Hammersmith Broadway in the west, across to Victoria Station,and down to Clapham Old Town, Clapham Junction and Putney Station, taking in Fulham, Parsons Green, Earls Court, Brompton, Chelsea, Battersea Park, Lavender Hill, etc. Produced by John Bartholomew & Co. of Edinburgh for the London publisher George Washington Bacon.
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BOOT, William Henry James, 1848-1918 : THE LAKE, BATTERSEA PARK.
[London : 1879]. A pleasant antique print – a circular view of ducks and punts on the lake. Engraved from an original study by William Henry James Boot and originally produced for the part-work series “Picturesque Europe” (London : 1876-1879).
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[ENGLISH SCHOOL] : BATTERSEA BRIDGE. SURREY.
[London : L. Tallis, ca.1850]. A charming small antique print – the old wooden bridge at Battersea, the old mill prominent above the houses. Originally produced for Thomas Dugdale’s part-work survey published as “The Curiosities of Great Britain” or “England Delineated” in various formats between 1838 and 1860.
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PRIOR, William Henry, 1812-1882 : OLD BATTERSEA MILL, ABOUT 1800. (FROM A CONTEMPORARY DRAWING.)
[London : 1878 (or later)]. A pleasant antique print – the old village, with the mill, the church, and the adjacent houses. Engraved from a study (based on an earlier source) by William Henry Prior – and originally produced for the part-work “Old and New London” (London : 1873-1878).
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SCHNEBBELIE, Robert Blemmel, 1781-1847 : BATTERSEA.
London : J. Stratford, 1805. A pleasant antique print – a view across the Thames to Battersea – the old mill and the elegant riverside church of St. Mary prominent, a huddle of houses by the water, and the old wooden Battersea bridge beyond. Engraved by William Woolnoth (1780-1837) 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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