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Lot Number: 975
SAXTON & KIP; an early 17th century hand coloured map 'Mongomerie' [sic], 27 x 33cm, framed and glazed.
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Estimate: £60 - £80

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Lot Number: 976
WILLIAM TUNNICLIFF; an 18th century engraved 'New Map Of Cheshire By William Tunnicliff Land Surveyor 1786', 28.5 x 36.5cm, a hand coloured example by John Cary and five further smaller maps, some later, all of Cheshire (7).
Category: Pictures - Prints, Etchings, Engravings and Maps
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Areas of staining, discolouration, fold, creases and printing process errors to first example, others in generally acceptable condition with minor creases, discolouration, etc.

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Lot Number: 977
RICHARD BLOME; a 17th century and later hand coloured map of Devonshire, two small maps of Nottinghamshire, a larger map of Nottingham and a larger map of Southampton, all framed and glazed (5).
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Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 978
ADSHEAD'S; a folding canvas backed map; township of Manchester No.11, collegiate church ward part 2, overall 83 x 112cm.
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Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 979
AFTER JOHN COLLIER 'Tim Bobbins' '1708-1786'; a folio of 'Human Passions Delineated, in about 120 figures, Droll, Satirical and Humorous '...', by Timothy Bobbin of the Lancashire dialect', May 1770 folio containing forty three black and white plates (one missing), title page and 'The Explanation of the Plates in the Book of Heads', rebound, with relevant letter from Rochdale central library.
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Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number: 980
EILEEN ALICE SOPER (1905-1990); black and white etching, 'Netball', three girls playing with children in background, signed in pencil to lower right, plate 12 x 17.5cm, with two descriptive labels to the verso, framed and glazed. (D)
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Estimate: £100 - £200

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This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk.

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Lot Number: 981
EILEEN ALICE SOPER (1905-1990); a black and white etching 'Tug of War', signed in pencil to lower right, plate 10 x 17.5cm, with two descriptive labels to verso, framed and glazed. (D)
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Estimate: £100 - £200

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Lot Number: 982
CARL JOSEPH BAUER (1897-1989); a signed coloured etching, a woman with a dog, signed in pencil to lower right, 44.5x39cm, framed and glazed. (d)
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Estimate: £20 - £30

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Lot Number: 983
JOHN FULLWOOD FRSA RBA FSA (1855-1931) a signed limited edition coloured etching, 'On The Seine, from Sèvres' signed in pencil lower right, with Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp and letters to number, bearing descriptive label verso, 16.5cm x 23cm, all framed and glazed, also a signed limited edition print by C Georgeson and a wool work (3).
Category: Pictures - Prints, Etchings, Engravings and Maps
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 984
POSSIBLY AFTER JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS (19th century); a folder of hand coloured stone lithographic prints, portraits of Cabul prisoners, British military officers and some views of the Middle East, all contained within a gilt tooled red leather album, each approx 17 x 11cm (31).
Category: Pictures - Prints, Etchings, Engravings and Maps
Estimate: £300 - £400

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