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Aquatintastecher, Caricaturist, Etcher, Aquatintaradierer, b. 1748 - d. 1823

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      • [Sayers (James)] The Foundling-Chapel Brawl, a Non-Heroic Ballad, 2 parts in 1, C. Roworth, 1805.
        Sep. 28, 2023

        [Sayers (James)] The Foundling-Chapel Brawl, a Non-Heroic Ballad, 2 parts in 1, C. Roworth, 1805.

        Est: £400 - £600

        [Sayers (James)] The Foundling-Chapel Brawl, a Non-Heroic Ballad, 2 parts in 1, folding engraved frontispiece to each part, 2 engraved illustrations and one plate, advertisement leaf at end with accompanying aquatint plate, ink name W.R. Hay to pastedown, 19th century ink note to front endpaper, part 1 title with author's name in a contemporary hand, part 2 title with contemporary ink inscription "from J. Sayers" to head (with recipients name above cut away), part 2 frontispiece and one illustration with tiny repair (without loss), light offsetting, some spotting and light browning, advertisement leaf with repaired marginal tear, contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, neatly rebacked, worn at corners, housed in a modern portfolio, 4to, C. Roworth, 1805. ⁂ Both parts first printed privately in the preceding year. Scarce, we can trace only a handful of copies at auction.

        Forum Auctions - UK
      • Sayers (James) Elephant folio album comprising 139 caricatures, c. 1782-1808.
        Sep. 28, 2023

        Sayers (James) Elephant folio album comprising 139 caricatures, c. 1782-1808.

        Est: £6,000 - £8,000

        Sayers (James) Elephant folio album comprising 139 caricatures, on 55 sheets, including fine examples of Sayers' most important satirical work, such as 'Carlo Khan's triumphal entry into Leadenhall Street' [BM 6276], 'Fall of Phaeton' printed in sepia [BM 6368], 'Paradise Lost' [BM Satires 6011], 'Date obolum Belisario' [BM 6028], 'Razor's levée, or ye heads of a new wig ad-n on a broad bottom' [BM 6217], 'A Transfer of East India Stock' [BM 6271], 'Cicero in Catilinam' [BM 6784], '⁂** [Burke] on the sublime and beautiful' [BM 6788], 'Concerto Coalitionale' [BM 6795], 'Patriotic Burghers attacking the House of Orange' [BM 7172], 'The repeal of the Test Act A vision' [BM 7628], 'The Comet' [BM 7508], 'Mr Burke's pair of spectacles for short sighted politicians' [BM 7858], 'The patriot exalted' [BM 8067], 'French Invasion upon Dutch Bottoms' [BM 8636], and 'The last scene of the Managers Farce' [BM 8647], amongst many others, including 5 uncoloured James Gillray prints, etchings, some with aquatint, neatly window mounted and tipped at edges onto album leaves, various sizes, some printed in coloured inks, scattered minor handling creases, some light surface dirt, contemporary boards with sympathetic and neat rebacking, label to upper cover gilt 'Sayers' Caricatures', scuffed with signs of wear, elephant folio, presented in solander box, many published by Thomas Cornell and Hannah Humphrey's et al., circa 1782-1808 ⁂ Comprehensive and probably near contemporary collection of Sayers' groundbreaking satirical prints, largely ordered chronologically. A similarly comprehensive folio album of 144 caricatures by Sayer, albeit with provenance to the artist himself, was sold at Christie's in 2012 (see 'Fine Books and Manuscripts', 19th June 2012, lot 305).

        Forum Auctions - UK
      • PORTRAIT OF JOHN NICHOLLS BY JAMES SAYERS
        May. 12, 2023

        PORTRAIT OF JOHN NICHOLLS BY JAMES SAYERS

        Est: -

        Portrait of Politician John Nicholls (1745-1832) etching on paper James Sayers (British, 1748-1823) published Dec 15, 1797 by Hannah Humphrey (1745-1818) 11.75 x 7.25 (plate) 12 x 8 inches (paper) unframed Overall good condition. Foxing present.

        Lewis & Grant Auctions
      • Sayers (James) The Brewer and the Thistle, etching with hand-colouring, 1805; and six other caricatures by Sayers, mainly late 18th century (7)
        Jan. 19, 2023

        Sayers (James) The Brewer and the Thistle, etching with hand-colouring, 1805; and six other caricatures by Sayers, mainly late 18th century (7)

        Est: £300 - £500

        Sayers (James) The Brewer and the Thistle, satire on the British politician Samuel Whitbread II (1764-1815), who is shown covered by tubs of varying shapes and sizes, and attacking the drooping head of a thistle with the features of Melville, etching and engraving, a good impression with hand-colouring on wove paper without watermark, platemark 350 x 245 mm (13 3/4 x 9 3/4 in), handling creases and surface dirt, unframed, [BM Satires 10416], published by Hannah Humphreys, 1805; together with 6 further uncoloured caricatures by the same hand, including The master of the inn confers the order of knighthood on Don Quixotte, [BM 10082], Carlo Khan's triumphal entry into Leadenhall Street, [BM 6276], A transfer of East India stock, [BM 6271], The Princess's Bow alias the Bow Begum, [BM 7309], Vox Populi, [BM 6054], and A coalition medal struck in brass, [BM 6183], etchings, various sizes, all unframed, mainly late 18th century (7)

        Forum Auctions - UK
      • Sayers, James
        Jul. 09, 2022

        Sayers, James

        Est: €50 - €75

        (1748-1823). The Mask. Die Gesichter von Fox and North zu einem verschmolzen. Punktierstichkupfer bei J.Bretherton, Ldn., ca. 1783 Plgr. 26,5 x 19, Blgr. 30,5 x 22,5 cm. Mit dem Monogr. "JS" im unt. li. Eck, der Adr. u. dem Titel über der Darst. "Fronti nulla Fides" i.d. Platte. - Vgl. BM 1868,0808.5006. - Etw. angestaubt. R

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • After James Sayers, The Regency twelfth cake not cut up
        Jun. 28, 2022

        After James Sayers, The Regency twelfth cake not cut up

        Est: $50 - $150

        Antique etching and aquatint print. A satire on the dismay of the opposition at the Kings recovery. James Sayers (1748-1823) was an English caricaturist known in his time a political satirist. Print is covered with clear plastic cover. Sight size -10"H x 13"W. Mat board size - 16"H x 19"W. Weight - 11oz. Minor foxing on the mat board. Age related wares. Toning and tears on the print. Weight: 11 oz Artist: After James Sayers Issued: 1789 Manufacturer: Thomas Cornell Country of Origin: England

        Lion and Unicorn
      • After James Sayers, Etching Prints, Paradise Lost
        Jun. 28, 2022

        After James Sayers, Etching Prints, Paradise Lost

        Est: $50 - $150

        Antique print. The first of the series of political satires by Sayers, which were directed chiefly against British politician, Fox. Charles James Fox and Edmund Burke names written with brown ink on the top of print. James Sayers (1748-1823) was an English caricaturist known in his time a political satirist. Print is covered with clear plastic cover. Sight size - 10.25"H x 8.5"W. Mat board size - 16.25"H x 14.5"W. Weight - 8.7 oz. Minor foxing on the mat board. Age related wares. Toning and tears on the print. Overall fine good condition. Weight: 11 oz Artist: After James Sayers Issued: 1782 Manufacturer: Charles Bretherton Country of Origin: England

        Lion and Unicorn
      • Sayers, James
        May. 14, 2022

        Sayers, James

        Est: €60 - €90

        (1748-1823). The Mask. Die Gesichter von Fox and North zu einem verschmolzen. Punktierstichkupfer bei J.Bretherton, Ldn., ca. 1783 Plgr. 26,5 x 19, Blgr. 30,5 x 22,5 cm. Mit dem Monogr. "JS" im unt. li. Eck, der Adr. u. dem Titel über der Darst. "Fronti nulla Fides" i.d. Platte. - Vgl. BM 1868,0808.5006. - Etw. angestaubt. R

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • Caricatures.- Sayers (James) The Brewer and the Thistle, 1805; together with 3 others (4)
        Nov. 05, 2020

        Caricatures.- Sayers (James) The Brewer and the Thistle, 1805; together with 3 others (4)

        Est: £200 - £300

        Caricatures.- Sayers (James) The Brewer and the Thistle, satire on the British politician Samuel Whitbread II (1764-1815), who is shown covered by tubs of varying shapes and sizes, and attacking the drooping head of a thistle with the features of Melville, etching and engraving on wove paper, platemark 350 x 250 mm. (13 3/4 x 9 7/8 in), sheet 415 x 330 mm. (16 1/4 x 13 in), minor surface dirt, unframed, [BM Satires 10416], Hannah Humphreys, 1805; together with Sayers' 'Frontispiece to Dr Bellendenus's sermon preached before the Right Honble &ca &ca' [BM Satires 9533], and '[The coalition stage coach]' [BM Satires 6226], etching and engravings, unframed, 18th century; together with 'The Downfall of Sejanus', an anonymous satirical broadside on Robert Walpole and the Excise Crisis, probably the frontispiece to C. Masquerade's 'C----- and country. A play of seven acts' [see ESTC N39166], etching and engraving, laid onto paper support, sheet 395 x 320 mm. (15 1/2 x 12 1/2 in), several repaired tears and splits, with a central area of loss replaced in facsimile, handling creases, surface dirt, unframed, [1733] (4).

        Forum Auctions - UK
      • James Sayers, Am. 1748-1823, "The Battle of the Clubs", etching on paper, framed under glass, 8" x 9.5" sight, 12.5" x 14" framed
        Oct. 19, 2019

        James Sayers, Am. 1748-1823, "The Battle of the Clubs", etching on paper, framed under glass, 8" x 9.5" sight, 12.5" x 14" framed

        Est: $200 - $400

        James Sayers Am. 1748-1823 "The Battle of the Clubs" etching on paper, framed under glass published by Thomas Cornell in 1792 8" x 9.5" sight, 12.5" x 14" framed

        Barridoff Auctions
      • A Group of Five Etchings and Engravings by James Sayer (1748-1823),
        Aug. 28, 2019

        A Group of Five Etchings and Engravings by James Sayer (1748-1823),

        Est: $200 - $400

        A Group of Five Etchings and Engravings by James Sayer (1748-1823), Including the titles: 'I hate Alongo Langa', 'On the Sublime and Beautiful', 'The Impeachment' and 'The Repeal of the Test Act' Largest sheet dimensions: h: 19 5/8 x w: 14 1/2 in.

        Gray's Auctioneers
      • A Group of Five Etchings and Engravings by James Sayer (1748-1823),
        Mar. 13, 2019

        A Group of Five Etchings and Engravings by James Sayer (1748-1823),

        Est: $300 - $500

        A Group of Five Etchings and Engravings by James Sayer (1748-1823), Including the titles: 'I hate Alongo Langa', 'On the Sublime and Beautiful', 'The Impeachment' and 'The Repeal of the Test Act' Largest sheet dimensions: h: 19 5/8 x w: 14 1/2 in.

        Gray's Auctioneers
      • JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823)
        Nov. 28, 2017

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823)

        Est: €300 - €500

        Early nineteenth-century etching and aquatint The Brewer and the Thistle London, 26 June 1805 Inscription: Lettered with title and verse Published by H.Humphrey, St James’s, 26th June 1805 Provenance: The Robinson Collection

        Sheppards
      • [Caricature]. Sayers, J. (1748-1823). A Transfer of East India Stock. Etching, ±1783, 29,5x21,8 cm. = A rare (illegal?) contemporary copy after the print by Sayers on paper with watermark of Curteis & Sons (±1787-1800). Showing the British prime
        Nov. 24, 2017

        [Caricature]. Sayers, J. (1748-1823). A Transfer of East India Stock. Etching, ±1783, 29,5x21,8 cm. = A rare (illegal?) contemporary copy after the print by Sayers on paper with watermark of Curteis & Sons (±1787-1800). Showing the British prime

        Est: €70 - €90

        [Caricature]. Sayers, J. (1748-1823). A Transfer of East India Stock. Etching, ±1783, 29,5x21,8 cm. = A rare (illegal?) contemporary copy after the print by Sayers on paper with watermark of Curteis & Sons (±1787-1800). Showing the British prime minister Fox carrying the buildings of the East India Company. An attack on the East India Bills of 1783 of the Fox administration in which the sovereignty and patronage of India was transferred from the Crown and the East India company to the British government. Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). The Invasion. "France". Etching, 1756, 32x39 cm. (platemark). = Paulson 202, 3rd state of 3. On the possible invasion by France. AND 1 other after the same: Rake's Progress. Tavern Scene (engr. by Thomas Cook, 1796).

        Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
      • Sayers (James) - ***** [Burke] on the Sublime & Beautiful,
        Jul. 13, 2017

        Sayers (James) - ***** [Burke] on the Sublime & Beautiful,

        Est: £150 - £200

        Edmund Burke stands on the shoulders of Powys and Sawbridge in the House of Commons, etching, 325 x 230mm., [BM Satires 6788], Cornell, 1785; [Mr Bird and Miss Snow], two horse riders seen from the back, etching and aquatint, 272 x 225mm., the subjects identified in contemporary pencil below, [BM Satires 8242], Bretherton, 1783 (2)

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Sayer, James: Pand(e)mondium
        Nov. 26, 2015

        Sayer, James: Pand(e)mondium

        Est: €400 - €600

        Pand(e)mondium. Radierung. 30,1 x 23,3 cm. 1784. James Sayers, Sohn eines Kaufmanns, war zunächst als Buchhalter in seiner Geburtsstadt tätig, bevor ihm eine Erbschaft die Umsiedlung nach London ermöglichte. Dort unterstützte er als politischer Karikaturist William Pitt. Vor allem seine Karikatur "Carlo Khan's triumphal entry into Leadenhall Street", die sich wie die meisten seiner Karikaturen gegen Charles James Fox richteten, machte Sayers hinreichend bekannt. Auch in vorliegendem Blatt werden insgesamt neun Staatsmänner karikiert, unter ihnen auch Fox. Ganz ausgezeichneter Druck mit schmalem Rand, rechts und oben mit dem vollen Rand. Minimal angestaubt, leichte diagonale Knickspur unten rechts, geringfügig fleckig, winziges Löchlein im oberen weißen Rand, schwache Gebrauchsspuren, sonst insgesamt gut erhalten. Selten.

        Galerie Bassenge
      • Sayers (James) - Citizen Bardolph refused admittance at Prince Hal's,
        Sep. 17, 2015

        Sayers (James) - Citizen Bardolph refused admittance at Prince Hal's,

        Est: £300 - £500

        Sheridon is refused admittance into Carlton House, original hand-coloured etching, 295 x 245mm., surface dirt, slight creasing, [BM Satires 8441], H. Humphrey, 1794; with mixed group of social satire and portraits including Dighton's 'Vil you give us a glass of gin. I'll see you d-n'd first', [BM Satires 8396], 1793, with 2 others by Bunbury, 3 Vanity Fair portraits of Prince Bismarck, Nowal Nazin of Bengal and H.E. Phya Bhaskarawongse, and others. (11)

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Sayer, James: Pand(e)mondium
        Nov. 27, 2014

        Sayer, James: Pand(e)mondium

        Est: €900 - €1,200

        Pand(e)mondium. Radierung. 30,1 x 23,3 cm. 1784. James Sayers, Sohn eines Kaufmanns, war zunächst als Buchhalter in seiner Geburtsstadt tätig, bevor ihm eine Erbschaft die Umsiedlung nach London ermöglichte. Dort unterstützte er als politischer Karikaturist William Pitt. Vor allem seine Karikatur "Carlo Khan's triumphal entry into Leadenhall Street", die sich wie die meisten seiner Karikaturen gegen Charles James Fox richteten, machte Sayers hinreichend bekannt. Auch in vorliegendem Blatt werden insgesamt neun Staatsmänner karikiert, unter ihnen auch Fox. Ganz ausgezeichneter Druck mit schmalem Rand, rechts und oben mit dem vollen Rand. Minimal angestaubt, leichte diagonale Knickspur unten rechts, geringfügig fleckig, winziges Löchlein im oberen weißen Rand, schwache Gebrauchsspuren, sonst insgesamt gut erhalten. Selten.

        Galerie Bassenge
      • Collection of 18th and 19th British satirical engravings (6pcs)
        Sep. 06, 2013

        Collection of 18th and 19th British satirical engravings (6pcs)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Collection of 18th and 19th British satirical engravings after Henry Bunbury (British, 1750-1811) SATIRICAL SCENE I WILL PAY NO MORE DEBTS OF HER CONTRACTING A TOUR TO FOREIGN PARK A LONG MINUET THE JUDGEMENT OF PARIS together with, after James Sayers (British, 1748-1823) A PEEP BEHIND THE CURTAIN AT DRURY LANE all framed framed sizes ranging from H11" W14" to H16" W20" (6pcs) Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

        Charlton Hall
      • JAMES SAYERS, FIVE ETCHINGS (British, 1748-1823)
        May. 07, 2013

        JAMES SAYERS, FIVE ETCHINGS (British, 1748-1823)

        Est: $200 - $300

        JAMES SAYERS, FIVE ETCHINGS (British, 1748-1823) Political caricatures dated 1782-1788 including: Mr. Francis with inscription "I Hate Alonzo Langa," Isaac Barre, Lord Grantley, Lord Stormont and two figures embracing titled "A Whisper cross the Channel." Images measure 7" x 4.5" up to 8.5" x 6.5", initial in the plate "JS." In matching wood frames. Included in this lot is two reproduction lithographs depicting 18th century political cartoons.

        O'Gallerie
      • JAMES SAYERS, FIVE ENGRAVINGS (British, 1748-1823)
        May. 07, 2013

        JAMES SAYERS, FIVE ENGRAVINGS (British, 1748-1823)

        Est: $250 - $350

        JAMES SAYERS, FIVE ENGRAVINGS (British, 1748-1823) Political cartoons dated 1784-1794. Images measure 9.5" x 6.5" up to 13" x 10", initial in the plate "JS." In matching wood frames.

        O'Gallerie
      • JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'A Hasty Sketch of Yesterday's Business' (Charles James Fox), engraving, published by James Bretherton (C.1730-1806) 3 March 1784. Contained in matted ebonized frame under glass. Condition: no visible defects. Dimensions: 9
        Apr. 15, 2011

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'A Hasty Sketch of Yesterday's Business' (Charles James Fox), engraving, published by James Bretherton (C.1730-1806) 3 March 1784. Contained in matted ebonized frame under glass. Condition: no visible defects. Dimensions: 9

        Est: $80 - $120

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'A Hasty Sketch of Yesterday's Business' (Charles James Fox), engraving, published by James Bretherton (C.1730-1806) 3 March 1784. Contained in matted ebonized frame under glass. Condition: no visible defects. Dimensions: 9 3/8'' X 6 1/2'', frame 14 1/8'' X 10 3/4''. Provenance: Collection of Graham Shearing.

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      • JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'Impiger Iracundus Inexorabilis Acer', etching and aquatint, published by Hannah Humphrey 22 March 1803. Pencil inscription on verso: Bronson X: Iconography #2 Bronson's copy, the basis of all known representations of JR's
        Feb. 14, 2010

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'Impiger Iracundus Inexorabilis Acer', etching and aquatint, published by Hannah Humphrey 22 March 1803. Pencil inscription on verso: Bronson X: Iconography #2 Bronson's copy, the basis of all known representations of JR's

        Est: $100 - $200

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'Impiger Iracundus Inexorabilis Acer', etching and aquatint, published by Hannah Humphrey 22 March 1803. Pencil inscription on verso: Bronson X: Iconography #2 Bronson's copy, the basis of all known representations of JR's (Ritson) physiognomy. Joseph Ritson (1752-1803). Unframed. Condition: trimmed to plate margin on right, foxing. Dimensions: plate 10 3/4'' X 8 1/8'', paper 11'' X 8 1/2''. Provenance: Collection of Graham Shearing.

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      • JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'A Hasty Sketch of Yesterday's Business' (Charles James Fox), engraving, published by James Bretherton (C.1730-1806) 3 March 1784. Contained in matted ebonized frame under glass. Condition: no visible defects. Dimensions: 9
        Feb. 14, 2010

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'A Hasty Sketch of Yesterday's Business' (Charles James Fox), engraving, published by James Bretherton (C.1730-1806) 3 March 1784. Contained in matted ebonized frame under glass. Condition: no visible defects. Dimensions: 9

        Est: $100 - $200

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'A Hasty Sketch of Yesterday's Business' (Charles James Fox), engraving, published by James Bretherton (C.1730-1806) 3 March 1784. Contained in matted ebonized frame under glass. Condition: no visible defects. Dimensions: 9 3/8'' X 6 1/2'', frame 14 1/8'' X 10 3/4''. Provenance: Collection of Graham Shearing.

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      • JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'Date Obolom Belisario', etching. Published by Charles Bretherton 24 August 1782. The figure to the left is Isaac Barré (after whom Wilkes-Barré in Pa is named), a valiant soldier in the French and Indian Wars, but forgotten
        Feb. 14, 2010

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'Date Obolom Belisario', etching. Published by Charles Bretherton 24 August 1782. The figure to the left is Isaac Barré (after whom Wilkes-Barré in Pa is named), a valiant soldier in the French and Indian Wars, but forgotten

        Est: $100 - $200

        JAMES SAYERS (1748-1823) 'Date Obolom Belisario', etching. Published by Charles Bretherton 24 August 1782. The figure to the left is Isaac Barré (after whom Wilkes-Barré in Pa is named), a valiant soldier in the French and Indian Wars, but forgotten by Pitt. the statesman Lord Shelburne, William Petty, 1st Marquess of Lansdowne (1737-1805) (depicted here to the right) recognises his political value as an opponent of Pitt and promotes his political career. He is to become a great support of the American mercantile classes, especially opposing the Stamp Acts. Barré was blind in one eye, hence the reference to Belisarius, the blind general ignored by the Emperor Justinian, who was forced to beg for a living, but whose talents were later recognised, which Sayers employs in this rare caricature. Unframed. Condition: small tear at right upper margin. Dimensions: 13 3/8'' X 9 3/8'', paper 13 7/8'' X 9 3/4''. Provenance: Collection of Graham Shearing.

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      • 'The Contents of the sneezing bag analyzed'; 'The Managers in Distress'; and 'A shot at the Min....r for a Call of the House'
        May. 03, 2007

        'The Contents of the sneezing bag analyzed'; 'The Managers in Distress'; and 'A shot at the Min....r for a Call of the House'

        Est: £150 - £250

        Engravings, by James Sayers (British, 1748-1823), published by Thomas Cornell, 27 February 1784; 6 February 1787; and 11 April 1788 respectively; together with 'The Election Tate á Tate', published by Hannah Humphrey, 1 April 1784 19.5 x 15cm (7¾ x 6in) (Plate) (approx) (4)

        Bonhams
      • 'Mr Burke's Pair of Spectacles for short sighted Politicians'
        May. 03, 2007

        'Mr Burke's Pair of Spectacles for short sighted Politicians'

        Est: £200 - £300

        Etching with aquatint, by James Sayers (British, 1748-1823), published by Thomas Cornell, 12 May 1791; together with 'Sir Zealous Godfrey'; 'The Retreat of Carlo Khan from Leadenhall St'; and 'The Brewer and the Thistle', engravings, published by Hannah Humphrey, 7 April 1784; E. Hedges, 24 December 1783; and M. D. Archery, 20 May 1783 respectively 35 x 25cm (13¾ x 9¾in) (Plate) (approx) (4)

        Bonhams
      • 'A Mis-Fire at the Constitution'; 'The Princess Bow alias the Bow Begum'
        May. 03, 2007

        'A Mis-Fire at the Constitution'; 'The Princess Bow alias the Bow Begum'

        Est: £150 - £250

        Etchings, by James Sayers (British, 1748-1823), published by Thomas Cornell, 12 January 1789 and 1 May 1788 respectively; together with 'A Political Heat, run in Covent Garden, between Old Veteran a famous Horse the Property of his M....y, Dutchess a Filly, the Property of the Duke of D....e, and Judas an Obstinate Ass, who was clearly distanced'; and 'The Rival Candidates', published by William Humphrey, 19 May 1784 and 8 April 1784 respectively 23.5 x 26cm (9¼ x 10¼in) (Plate) (approx) (4)

        Bonhams
      • James Sayers
        Oct. 14, 2003

        James Sayers

        Est: £120 - £180

        PANDEMONIUM Etching, on laid, published January 12th, 1784 by Thomas Cornell; trimmed to just inside the platemark, otherwise in fair condition. 300mm x 233mm (11 3/4in x 9in)(SH). Together with ten others by Sayers. (11) (unframed)

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