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Lot 239: BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)

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  • BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)
  • BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)
  • BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)
  • BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)
  • BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)
   
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Description: BUNBURY, Henry William (1750 –1811). 10 hand coloured equestrian related aquatints: 1) How to ride without a Bridle, 2) The Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian, 3) How to do Things by Halves, 4) How to Travel upon two Legs in a Frost, 5) Tricks upon Travellers, 6) The Tumbler, or its Affinities, 7) A Daisy Cutter with his Varieties, 8) A Horse With a Nose, 9) How to Make the Mare to Go. 10) How to Prevent a Horse Slipping His Girths.  London: W. Dickinson, 1791. Average Dimensions:  270 x 210 mm. HOGARTH, William (1697-1764).  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (10)

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