Lot 234

After Ricci (Marco, pinxt.), Chatelain (fecit.) & Goupy (direxit.)

Richmond Ferry as it was, etching, hand-coloured, second state, Richmond Lodge (the favourite residence of Queen Caroline) from the Middlesex bank of the Thames, 3 vertical folds, (frame 625 x 790 mm.), [for the first state see RCIN 701997], n.d., [c.1740]; Adam (R., Architect 1768) & Rooker (E., Sculp.t) Perspective View of the Bridge at Sion, engraving, hand-coloured, plate IV from vol. 1 of ‘The Works in Architecture’, mount obscures title (if present), two vertical folds, repaired tears top left and top centre, damage to bottom right corner with loss, trimmed to image on left and possibly other sides, (frame 580 x 720 mm.), [Printed for the Authors], 1778; all unexamined out of frames, and two smaller engravings of Isleworth (4)

Estimate: £200-£300