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Auction Description for Canterbury: Pictures, Postcards
Auction Description:
Pictures, Postcards
Viewing Notes:
4th & 5th November 2pm to 7pm. 8th November 10am to 6pm.
Sale Notes:
www.invaluable.com/cag

Pictures, Postcards

(245 Lots)

by Canterbury Auction Galleries


245 lots | 58 with images

November 9, 2004

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

[ Watercolours ] Attributed to Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775- 1851) -

Lot 1: [ Watercolours ] Attributed to Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775- 1851) - "The Interior of Canterbury Cathedral" - A view looking from the north-east transept towards the tomb of Henry Chichele, 11.5ins x 9.5ins, bears signature to lower left

Description: [ Watercolours ] Attributed to Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775- 1851) - "The Interior of Canterbury Cathedral" - A view looking from the north-east transept towards the tomb of Henry Chichele, 11.5ins x 9.5ins, bears signature to lower left (somewhat faded), in gilt moulded frame and glazed Illustrated E800-1200 Provenance : The collection of Sir Joseph Heron, late of Broughton Park, Manchester, sold by Christie, Manson & Woods, Monday, June 9th 1890, bought by Harold Innes for 18 guineas, with original back board bearing label for Thomas Agnew & Sons of Manchester

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[ Watercolours ] Attributed to Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1849) -

Lot 2: [ Watercolours ] Attributed to Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1849) - "The Abbey" - View of the Baptistery and North Transept of Canterbury Cathedral from garden, with two gardeners and dog to foreground, 12ins x 9.75ins, unsigned, in gilt frame and

Description: [ Watercolours ] Attributed to Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1849) - "The Abbey" - View of the Baptistery and North Transept of Canterbury Cathedral from garden, with two gardeners and dog to foreground, 12ins x 9.75ins, unsigned, in gilt frame and glazed Illustrated E150- 200 Provenance : Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, London, No.22554, with label to back. From the collection of Sir Edward Heath sold at Sotheby's auction at Olympia 15th September 2004 - Lot 95

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Lot 3: [ Watercolours ] Benjamin Thomas Pouncey (died 1799) - Monochrome wash - "A View of Canterbury Cathedral" - Thought to be from St. Augustine's Gate and showing half-timbered houses to foreground, 7ins x 10ins, unsigned, in gilt frame and glazed

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Description: [ Watercolours ] Benjamin Thomas Pouncey (died 1799) - Monochrome wash - "A View of Canterbury Cathedral" - Thought to be from St. Augustine's Gate and showing half-timbered houses to foreground, 7ins x 10ins, unsigned, in gilt frame and glazed

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Lot 4: [ Watercolours ] George Shepherd (1769-1846) - Grey wash drawing - "View of Church Street, St. Paul's and the Cemetery Gate of St. Augustine's Monastery, Canterbury" - Showing cart and numerous figures in street, 3.5ins x 5.75ins, framed and glazed

Description: [ Watercolours ] George Shepherd (1769-1846) - Grey wash drawing - "View of Church Street, St. Paul's and the Cemetery Gate of St. Augustine's Monastery, Canterbury" - Showing cart and numerous figures in street, 3.5ins x 5.75ins, framed and glazed E120-160 Note Produced for "History of the County of Kent" by W.H. Ireland, 1828- 1831

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Lot 5: [ Watercolours ] S.J. (Toby) Nash - View of The Weavers, Canterbury, with figure in rowing boat on river to foreground, 13.5ins x 9.75ins, signed, in gilt frame and glazed, and Preston Cribb - Etching - "South West View of Canterbury Cathedral",

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Description: [ Watercolours ] S.J. (Toby) Nash - View of The Weavers, Canterbury, with figure in rowing boat on river to foreground, 13.5ins x 9.75ins, signed, in gilt frame and glazed, and Preston Cribb - Etching - "South West View of Canterbury Cathedral", 13.25ins x 8.75ins ( mounted but unframed)

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