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George Cruikshank

United Kingdom (1792 -  1878 ) Wikipedia® : George Cruikshank
CRUIKSHANK George  For Fray In Jeanie Macalpine's Public House

William Doyle /Nov 22, 2016
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George Cruikshank - A Curious Junto Of Slandering Elves - Or - List'ners Seldom Hear Good Of Themselves

George Cruikshank - A Curious Junto Of Slandering Elves - Or - List'ners Seldom Hear Good Of Themselves

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Lot number: 1091
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~ George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878) ''A curious Junto of Slandering Elves - or - List'ners seldom hear good of themselves'', etched caricature, sheet 245mm by 345mm With clipped signature of George Cruikshank (?) pasted to mount below the print Not examined out of frame. Lacking margins Imprint, 1835, London, T Mc Lean
George Cruikshank -  A Hint To The

George Cruikshank - A Hint To The

Original 1823
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Lot number: 3
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George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878), A Hint to the Lot 3 Description hand-colored etching, published 1823 by John Fairburn, London, matted and framed. Image Size 8 5/8 x 13 1/8 in.; DOA 14 5/8 x 18 1/2 in. The Estate of William Lee Pritchard, M.D., Charlotte, NC Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.com Condition Overall good condition; possible light toning in margins; not examined out of frame.
George Cruikshank - Armorial Frontispiece

George Cruikshank - Armorial Frontispiece

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Lot number: 59
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Cruikshank (George) Original design for an armorial frontispiece or bookplate for the Payne family, most likely for J. Bertrand Payne, manager of Cruikshank's publisher, Moxon, the coat-of-arms surmounted by a contemporary and a medieval soldier holding a banner bearing the family motto, Malo mori quam foedari , an assembly of scholarly, military and other figures around the base, watercolour over pencil, 170 x 115mm., slight spotting above the image ; mounted in a single frame along with a manuscript I.O.U. signed by Cruikshank for £89-9-11; The Triumph of Cupid, A Reverie, engraved frontispiece to Cruikshank's 'Table-Book' first issued in 1845, depicting a gentleman seated at the fireside, smoking a pipe from which billow copious dreamlike figures, inscribed by Cruikshank in the lower margin, 'J. Bertrand Payne Esquire with the best regards of Geo. Cruikshank who has left off smoking for 17 years, May 1st. 1866', pencil inscription below a steel-engraving on chine appliqué, 305 x 180mm., overall, some dampstaining to the plate, framed and glazed, (2) ⁂ James Bertrand Payne (1833-1898) is most noted for his work on the genealogy of his native island of Jersey, 'Payne's Armorial of Jersey', which he published in 1859, shortly after joining the firm of Moxon's. He managed the company on behalf of Mrs Moxon through most of the 1860's, during which time Cruikshank's services were engaged. But he left in 1869 as the firm went into decline and lost significant authors, including Tennyson, Swinburne and Browning. He was eventually ruined by a law suit with his erstwhile employer.
George Cruikshank -  For Fray In Jeanie Macalpine's Public House

George Cruikshank - For Fray In Jeanie Macalpine's Public House

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Lot number: 287
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Lot Details Lot 287 CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE Original drawing for Fray in Jeanie MacAlpine's Public House, for the Waverly Novels of Sir Walter Scott. Watercolor over charcoal outline on paper. 3 1/8 x 5 inches (7.75 x 12.5 cm); signed (l.r.). Fine condition, framed. According to accompanying exhibit cards etc., this drawing was originally in the collection of Frederik Locker-Lampson. This illustration was published in Landscape Historical Illustrations of Scotland and the Waverley Novels..., Fisher, 1836-38, facing page 102. C
George Cruikshank - A Doorstep Wooing

George Cruikshank - A Doorstep Wooing

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Lot number: 1543
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GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (1792-1870) A DOORSTEP WOOING Signed, watercolour with pen and ink 27 x 21.5cm.; with another sheet of mainly pencil figure studies, also by Cruikshank, 20.5 x 24cm approx.; two ink drawings of Victorian folk by John Leech, 10.5 x 10.5cm and 11 x 17cm.; and three sundry pictures to include a small icon of St George (7) ++ Cruikshanks each a little grubby; Leeches with a few stains; others mixed
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