We offer a selection of travel and topographical prints, with a particular emphasis on rare prints of London, as well as a selection of fine art prints by artists such as Canaletto, Dürer, and Piranesi.

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Four perspective views

LEIZEL, I.F. and WINCKLER, G[eorg]. G[ottfried], 1760. 

Covent Garden

Anonymous, 1760. 

Nicholas Bion

LARMESSIN [Nicolas de], 1760. 

Covent Garden


S is for Stampmaker

KIRK, James, 1760. 

H is for Hatter

HOOKE, Margaret, 1760. 

Q is for Quilter

WINNING, John; and Charles SHERBORN, 1760. 

Covent Garden


H is for Horologist

WOOLLETT, William; and Joseph HARRIS, 1760. 

P is for Peruke Maker

JOHNSON, William, 1760. 

Famino Strada

DISCHLER, A. E., 1760. 

Cook’s first cartographer

PEPYS, Richard; and James LARKEN, 1761. 

Vue of Grosvenor Square

Anonymous, 1761. 

S is for Scale Maker

VINCENT, Robert, 1761. 


BOWLES, Thomas, 1762. 

P is for Plate Dealer

BRISCOE, Stafford; and Richard MORRISON, 1762. 

Joris Hoefnagel

BANNERMAN, A[lexander]; [after Henrik HONDIUS I]; [after Jan SADELER], 1765. 

Scotland Yard

ROOKER, Edward after SANDBY, Paul, 1766. 
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