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William Heath

(1795 -  1840 ) Wikipedia® : William Heath
HEATH William The New Master Of The Crown Inn Discharging Betty The Head Chambermaid

Canterbury Auction /Aug 2, 2016
101.32 - 151.98
Not Sold

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William Heath - A Woman With Spoon And Bowl

William Heath - A Woman With Spoon And Bowl

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Lot number: 89
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William Heath-Robinson (1872-1944), Pen and ink Study, A woman with spoon and bowl, Signed under and labelled verso , Aperture 6 7/8 x 4 7/8". CONDITION: Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
William Heath -  The Camelopard

William Heath - The Camelopard

Original 1827
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Lot number: 1
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William Heath (British, 1795-1840), The Camelopard, or Lot 1 Description hand-colored etching, 1827, matted and presented in wooden frame. Image Size 12 5/8 x 8 7/8 in.; DOA 19 1/8 x 14 3/8 in. The Estate of William Lee Pritchard, M.D., Charlotte, NC Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.com Condition Tear at lower right edge; some stains; not examined out of frame.
William Heath - The New Master Of The Crown Inn Discharging Betty The Head Chambermaid

William Heath - The New Master Of The Crown Inn Discharging Betty The Head Chambermaid

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Lot number: 293
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William Heath (1795-1840) - Coloured engraving - "The New Master of the Crown Inn discharging Betty the Head Chambermaid", satire showing William IV, Lord Coningham and Elizabeth Coningham, Marchioness Coningham, 9.25ins x 3.25ins, framed and glazed, two further satires with the Coninghams (one with William IV), and three items of ephemera, various (one unframed) Provenance: The Collection of the late Dr L.L.Boyle of Patrixbourne
William Heath - The New Master Of The Crown Inn Discharging Betty The Head Chambermaid

William Heath - The New Master Of The Crown Inn Discharging Betty The Head Chambermaid

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Lot number: 312
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William Heath (1795-1840) - Coloured engraving - "The New Master of the Crown Inn discharging Betty the Head Chambermaid", satire showing William IV, Lord Coningham and Elizabeth Coningham, Marchioness Coningham, 9.25ins x 3.25ins, framed and glazed, two further satires with the Coninghams (one with William IV), and three items of ephemera, various (one unframed) Provenance: The Collection of the late Dr L.L.Boyle of Patrixbourne
William Heath -  60th Or Duke Of York's Own Rifle Corps Coloured

William Heath - 60th Or Duke Of York's Own Rifle Corps Coloured

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Lot number: 927
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WILLIAM HEATH (1795-1840) British 60th or Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps Coloured lithograph Published by Thomas McLean, Haymarket; together with JOHN HARRIS (1811-1865) British, After HENRY MARTENS (19th century) British, 60th (The King's Royal Rifle Corps), published by Rudolf Ackerman, 1846, from R. Ackerman's Costumes of the British Army, plate number 36 32.5 x 26 cm and 24 x 34.5 cm, both framed and glazed (2)
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