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Fri Mar 21 17:07:59 2014 UTClccn-no20030936270.00The late Robert Stephenson, Esq. C.E0.821.00[Carte-de-visite album22405041John_Jabez_Edwin_Mayallno20030936276156261John Jabez Edwin MayallMayall, J. J. E. (John Jabez Edwin), 1813-1901Mayall, John Edwin, 1813-1901Mayall, John J. E. (John Jabez Edwin), 1813-1901Mayall, John Jabez Edwin, 1810-1901Mayall, John Jabez Edwin, 1813-1901Mayall (John Jabez Edwin Mayall), 1810-1901Mayall, John Jabez Edwin PaisleyMeal, JabezMeal, Jabez, 1813-1901Meal, John Jabez Edwin, 1810-1901Meal John Jabez Edwin 1813-1901lccn-nr2005000405Beard, Richard1801 or 1802-1885lccn-nr89018122Strutt, Jacob George1790-1864edtlccn-n88192201Tallis, John1817-1876viaf-96043104Pound, D. J.egrcmplccn-n97875068Pound, Daniel J.lccn-n91111735Evans, F.lccn-nr91028377Greenaway, John1816-1890lccn-n88255896Mechi, John Joseph1802-1880lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n83227677John Tallis & CompanyMayall, J. E.(John Jabez Edwin)1813-1901PortraitsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsGreat ExhibitionAgriculturePhotography--Printing processesDaguerreotypePhotography--Equipment and suppliesGreat BritainFarm managementCrystal Palace (Sydenham, London, England)English poetryHenry V (Shakespeare, William)AlbumsPerformancesStephenson, Robert,Chambers, William,ActorsPublishers and publishingCatherine,--of Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England,Palmerston, Henry John Temple,--Viscount,Arthur,--Prince, Duke of Connaught,LiteratureShakespeare, William,Celeste,--Madame--(Céline),CanadaRoyal housesMiniature booksDickens, Charles,ScientistsExhibition catalogsLyell, Charles,--Sir,Decorative arts181319011840184418451846185018511852185318551856185918601861186218651867188418861905382115119606T690.B1ocn425689067ocn052086971ocn428816550ocn425701635ocn693065896ocn659513621ocn767214564ocn052730267ocn428110186ocn691691386ocn8115315311632ocn001044734book18520.90Tallis, JohnTallis's history and description of the Crystal Palace, and the Exhibition of the world's industry in 1851HistoryExhibition catalogs281ocn017594397book18560.97Mayall, J. EPhotographs on factitious ivory261ocn017594389book18530.97Mayall, J. ECrayon daguerrotypes143ocn018840430com18590.93Mechi, John JosephHow to farm profitably; or, The sayings & doings of Mr. Alderman Mechi81ocn615404569com20030.47Carvalho, Caroline-MarieCaroline Carvalho, Ganzfigurbildnis - mit zweiseitiger Biographie von Caroline Carvalho81ocn615159704com20030.47Novello, ClaraClara Novello, Kniestück81ocn615139654com20030.47Tietjens, ThereseTherese Tietjens, Kniestück81ocn615003018com20030.47Balfe, VictoireVictoire Balfe, Kniestück81ocn614976773com20030.47Albert, Charles d'Charles d'Albert, Kniestück22ocn040782129book18601.00Kimberley, John Wodehouse[Carte-de-visite album21ocn191909554visu18600.10Mayall, J. EPrince ArthurPortraitsSubject: Full-length standing portrait of the third son of Queen Victoria as a young boy, standing with his right hand on his hip, his legs crossed, his left arm resting on what appears to be the base of a column. He holds a tam in his left hand and is wearing a kilt and argyle socks21ocn221145241visuPound, Daniel JWilliam Chambers, EsqPortraits21ocn425689067visuHollisMadame Celeste as the Princess Katherine21ocn080538811visuThe late Robert Stephenson, Esq. C.E21ocn704457249book19050.63Tennyson, Alfred TennysonThe princessCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn270899286visu0.10Pound, Daniel JThe right honourable Viscount Palmerston, G.C.B.K.G. late Prime Minister of EnglandPortraitsThree-quarters length portrait of Henry John Temple Viscount Palmerston, seated, facing left11ocn768130876visu1.00Collection of 19 engraved and etched portraits of Charles Dickens, from youth to the late 1860sPortraitsCollection consists of the following 19 portraits: No. 1. James Charles Armytage (d. 1897), engraver; Margaret Gillies (1803-1887), artist. Engraved bust portrait of Charles Dickens, head turned front, with facsimile signature beneath portrait, "Faithfully yours, Charles Dickens." [London]: Smith, Elder & Co., [ca. 1840]. 21.5 x 13.8 cm. Removed from: Charles Dickens. A.l.s. to Mrs. Frances Trollope. Regents Park, London, Dec. 16, 1842. 3 p. Digital Data: Digital ID: 483483, Record ID: 300527. No. 2. H.J. Backer, engraver. Stipple engraved portrait of Charles Dickens in half-length portrait, three-quarter view, seated in armchair, right arm partially raised, head turned right, with facsimile signature beneath portrait, "Faithfully yours, Charles Dickens" [London, ca. 1840], 21.3 x 12.6 cm. Purchased from Maggs Bros. June 8, 1961. Digital Data: Digital ID 483487, Record ID 300537. No. 3. Robert Graves (1798-1873), engraver; Daniel Maclise (1806-1870), artist. Engraved bust portrait in oval of Charles Dickens, facing right, "Charles Dickens" in capital letters printed beneath portrait, [London, 1839]. 16.5 x 20.2 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483486, Record ID 300535. No. 4. [Robert Graves, engraver; Daniel Maclise, artist]. Engraved bust portrait of Charles Dickens, facing right, [London 1839]. 15.7 x 23.1 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483489, Record ID 300539. No. 5: Jackman, W.G., engraver; [Daniel Maclise, artist]. Engraved bust portrait of Charles Dickens, facing right, with facsimile signature of Charles Dickens beneath portrait. [London]: Printed by D. Appleton & Co., [1839]. 14.5 x 21.7 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483479, Record ID 300514. No. 6. Théodore Joyeuse, engraver; A. Quantin, printer of plates. Drypoint bust portrait of Charles Dickens after portrait painting by unknown artist, shows Charles Dickens at 18 years of age; printed beneath image, "Charles Dickens à 18 ans. (Dessin d'un anonyme)." [Paris], 1885. Plate mark 17 x 24.5 cm. Removed from Dickens Bently collection. Digital Data: Digital ID 483484, Record ID 300531. No. 7. Théodore Joyeux [i.e. Joyeuse?], engraver; A. Quantin, printer of plates. Drypoint full-length portrait of Charles Dickens, after portrait painting by unknown artist, shows youthful Charles Dickens seated at desk, facing front, with London street scene featuring puppet show appearing through window. [Paris], 1885. Plate mark 24.5 x 16.9 cm. Removed from Dickens Bently collection. Digital Data: Digital ID 483490, Record ID 300540. No. 8. Théodore Joyeuse, engraver; Alfred Guillaume Gabriel, Comte d'Orsay (1801-1852), artist; A. Quantin, printer of plates. Drypoint half-length, left profile, portrait of Charles Dickens. [Paris], 1885. Plate mark 20.5 cm. x 16.1 cm. Removed from Dickens Bently collection. Digital Data: Digital ID 483475, Record ID 300507. No. 9. William Harry Warren Bicknell (1860-1947), etcher. Etched head and shoulders, left profile, portrait of Charles Dickens, with Dickens's facsimile signature beneath portrait. [London?], 1907. Plate mark 16.5 x 12 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483474, Record ID 300505. No. 10. James H. Baker (b. 1829), engraver. Stipple engraved half-length, oval portrait of Charles Dickens. [London?, ca. 1858]. Oval image 13 x 10 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483480, Record ID 300516. No. 11. Unidentified engraver. Stipple engraved half-length, left profile portrait of Charles Dickens seated in armchair, head leaning on right hand, holding letter in left hand, with Dickens's facsimile signature below portrait, [London? ca. 1872]. 18.7 x 13.5 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483488, Record ID 300538. No. 12. [D.J. Pound, engraver]. Engraved half-length portrait of Charles Dickens, facing right, seated at table, after a photograph by John Jabez Edwin Mayall (d. 1867). Printed in engraved capitals below image: "Charles Dickens, From A Photograph Taken At The Time When He Was Writing 'David Copperfield.'" [London, ca. 1858]. 16.5 x 12.7 cm. Image appeared in Jan. 8, 1858, publication of Illustrated News of the World, in section titled Drawing Room Gallery of Eminent Personages, with short biographical sketch. Digital Data: Digital ID 483482, Record ID 300525. No. 13. Unknown engraver. Mezzotint, half-length, three-quarter view portrait of Charles Dickens seated in chair, gloves in left hand, with "Charles Dickens" etched below portrait, after a photograph by Mathew Brady (1823-1896), affixed to larger piece of hand-made paper. [New York?, 1867]. 18 x 12.7 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483476, Record ID: 300509. No. 14. (Darker iteration of no. 13). Unknown engraver. Mezzotint, half-length, three-quarter view portrait of Charles Dickens seated in chair, gloves in left hand, with "Charles Dickens" etched below portrait, after a photograph by Mathew Brady (1823-1896). [New York?, 1867]. 18 x 12.7 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483477, Record ID: 300511. No. 15. [Robert Graves], engraver. Engraved head and shoulders portrait of Charles Dickens, after the 1859 painting by William Powell Frith. [London, 1859]. 22.7 x 15 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483478, Record ID: 300512. No. 16. James Charles Armytage, engraver. Stipple engraved head-and-shoulders, right profile portrait of Charles Dickens, after 1868 photograph by Jeremiah Gurney. Etched beneath image: "Photd. in America. J.C. Armytage. Charles Dickens [capital letters]. AET. 56." [New York, 1868]. 18.2 x 12 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID: 483481, Record ID: 300521. No. 17. (Larger and darker version of no. 16). James Charles Armytage, engraver. Stipple engraved head-and-shoulders, right profile portrait of Charles Dickens, after 1868 photograph by Jeremiah Gurney. Etched beneath image: "Photd. in America. J.C. Armytage. Charles Dickens [capital letters]. AET. 56." [New York, 1868]. 23.5 x 16 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483491, Digital Record 300541. No. 18. Samuel Hollyer (1826-1919), etcher. Etched head-and-shoulders, right profile portrait of Charles Dickens, after 1868 photograph by Jeremiah Gurney, mounted on paper board, with Charles Dickens's signature etched below image. [New York, 1868]. Platemark 23 x 15 cm. Digital Data: Digital ID 483485, Record ID 300533. No. 19. J. Rogers, etcher. Etched head-and-shoulders portrait of seated Charles Dickens, arms crossed, head turned to his right, with Dickens's etched signature below image, after 1851 daguerreotype by John Jabez Edwin Mavall (1810-1901), matted unevenly. Plate mark: 15 x 11.2 cm. [London, 1851?]. Digital Data: Digital ID: 483492, Record ID: 30054211ocn691691386visuMayall, J. E[Charles Lory]11ocn191116767visu1846Newsam, AlbertCharles Lyell Esqr. F.R.S.F.G.SPortraits11ocn270899282visu0.10Hunt, T. WRt. Honble. Viscount Palmerston, K.GPortraitsHalf-length portrait of British statesman Henry John Temple Viscount Palmerston, seated, facing leftFri Mar 21 15:23:38 EDT 2014batch17287