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Adriaen Van Ostade (1610-1685) The Wandering Minstrel Etching, possibly a later strike 15 x 13cm; 6 x 5in


With two others by Ostade and 14 further Dutch etchings by David Teniers, Paulus Potter and others, all unframed (17) £100-200


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30. Frederick de Wit (1625-1654) after Paulus Potter Study of a bull Etching, 1650, unframed 10.5 x 14cm; 41


/8 x 5½in


With approx 24 further unframed etchings, 17th century and later, including a seascape by Derksen Van Angeren (1878-1961) (approx 25) £100-150


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Samuel and Nathaniel Buck Abbeys, Castles and other views in Britain


37, all etchings, all unframed all 31 x 49cm; 12 x 19¼in and similar (sheet size) With 13 further unframed prints of Abbeys and Churches (approx 50) £100-150


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After Thomas Hollis and J.C. Buckler Views of Oxford Colleges including Oriel, Queen’s, Magdalene and Christ Church 18, all engravings, unframed 34 x 50cm; 13½ x 19¾ (sheet size) With approx 28 further unframed prints of Oxford views and Cambridge Colleges (approx 56) £100-150


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After Henry Martens Night Bivouac at Ferozshah 21st December 1845; Battle of Ferozshah 22nd December 1845 A pair, both aquatints by J. Harris Each 50 x 67cm; 19½ x 26¼in (2) £200-300


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Edmond Pierre Hedouin (French 1820-1889) Parisian Views


80, all engravings, unframed 14.5 x 18cm; 5¾ x 7in


With 105 botanical plates published by James Sowerby, London and approx. 20 unframed etchings after Thomas Rowlandson and others, some with hand colouring (approx 225) £100-150


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