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Josiah Wedgwood Collection of 105 Wedgewood Plaques (in one frame)
Josiah Wedgwood, eighteenth century, 1730–1795, British
Collection of 105 Wedgewood Plaques (in one frame)
after 1730
Josiah Wedgwood Portrait Medallion of Vespasian
Josiah Wedgwood, eighteenth century, 1730–1795, British
Portrait Medallion of Vespasian
after 1730
unknown artist Sir John Hawkins Knt.
unknown artist, ( Lambert )
Sir John Hawkins Knt
1822
William Ridley Rev'd. John Home, Author of Douglas
William Ridley, 1764–1838, British
Rev'd. John Home, Author of Douglas
1804
William Ridley Edward Gibbon, Esqr.
William Ridley, 1764–1838, British
Edward Gibbon, Esqr
1794
John Dean T. Smollett, M. D.
Print made by John Dean, 1754–1798, British
T. Smollett, M. D
undated
Sir Emery Walker Brooks's in the Olden Time
Sir Emery Walker, 1851–1933, British
Brooks's in the Olden Time
John Faber the Younger Mrs. Clive, when beauty pleads her own resistless cause,...she not sollicits, but commands applause
John Faber the Younger, eighteenth century, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain
Mrs. Clive, when beauty pleads her own resistless cause,...she not sollicits, but commands applause
undated
Jacobus Houbraken John Pym, Esquire
Jacobus Houbraken, 1698–1780, Dutch
John Pym, Esquire
1738
Page Tobias Smollett, M.D.
Page, fl. 1784–1803
Tobias Smollett, M.D
1825
John Smith Disce Mori Mundo Vivere Disce Deo / /Learn to Die to the World, Learn to Live With God
Print made by John Smith, 1652–1743, British
Disce Mori Mundo Vivere Disce Deo / /Learn to Die to the World, Learn to Live With God
undated
Jacobus Houbraken Sir Walter Ralegh
Jacobus Houbraken, 1698–1780, Dutch
Sir Walter Ralegh
1739
James Roberts Act IV, The Relapse or Virtue in Danger, Scene 3
James Roberts, active 1766–1809, British
Act IV, The Relapse or Virtue in Danger, Scene 3
undated
Thornton The Devastations occasioned by the Rioters of London Firing the New Goal of Newgate and burning Mr. Akerman's furniture & c. June 6, 1780
Thornton, 18th century
The Devastations occasioned by the Rioters of London Firing the New Goal of Newgate and burning Mr. Akerman's furniture & c. June 6, 1780
1780
unknown artist Gwrych Castle, Abergele
unknown artist
Gwrych Castle, Abergele