COPPER

Trade Card of Marlow Brothers of Dublin: 'Engravers, Lithographers, Copperplate Letter Press & General Printers. And Wholesale Paper Dealers'.

Author: 
Marlow Brothers, nineteenth-century Dublin engravers and printers [ Great Industrial Exhibition, Dublin, 1853 ]
Publication details: 
Dublin: 10, Merchants Quay, opposite the Four Courts. Undated, but with 'Dublin Exhibition 1853' in manuscript on reverse.
£50.00

Printed in black on one side of a 9 x 13cm card. In good condition, lightly aged, with patches of light staining. On blank reverse, in a small contemporary hand: 'Dublin Exhibition 1853'.(The firm produced a noteworthy coloured print for the exhibition.) As one might expect from a firm of engravers, some effort has been made in the layout of the card, with a central engraving of the Four Courts seen from over the Liffey surrounded by swirling lettering and flourishes.

[ Cornish tin and copper mining. ] Four original maps and plans, two with stamp of Henderson & Son, Truro, Cornwall: Great Wheal Busy Limited, St Blazey Consols Engine, Penhalls, Trevaunance Coombe. With printed graph of international tin market.

Author: 
Great Wheal Busy Limited (Chacewater Mine), Gwennap, Cornwall; St Blazey Consols Engine; Penhalls, St Agnes; Trevaunance Coombe; Henderson & Son, Civil & Mining Engineers, Truro; W. Tregoning Hooper
Publication details: 
Two items with stamp of Henderson & Son, Civil Engineers, Truro, Cornwall; one of them dated 31 March 1885. Another item from around 1910, and another from 1941.
£1,600.00

All five items rolled up. ONE: Cloth-backed map. Title in large coloured fancy letters at head: 'PLAN OF TREVAUNANCE COOMBE'. Dimensions: 99 x 353 cm (3 1/4 feet x 11 1/2 feet). 'Scale | 4 FATHOMS TO 1 INCH'. Oval stamp of Henderson & Son, Civil Engineers, Truro, in bottom right-hand corner, with manuscript date 31 March 1885. Drawn in black ink, and coloured in blue, grey, brown and red. In fair condition, aged and worn. Striking and attractive, with neat lettering, fancy compass (with projected line marked 'MAGNETIC | 1881'), and ruled border with decorative corners.

[Printed handbill] 'An Account of the Quantity of Copper Coined by Mr. Boulton, Distinguishing the Amount of Twopenny Pieces, Penny Pieces, Halfpence, and Farthings into which it was coined, with the Nominal Value of each'.

Author: 
Matthew Robinson Boulton, son of Matthew Boulton (1728-1809), the business partner of James Watt (1736-1819)
Account of the Quantity of Copper Coined by Mr. Boulton
Publication details: 
'Ordered to be printed 7th June 1819.'
£125.00
Account of the Quantity of Copper Coined by Mr. Boulton

Folio, 3 pp. Bifolium. Full title lengthwise (because intended to be folded into packet) on reverse of second leaf: 'An Account of the Quantity of Copper Coined by Mr. Boulton, Distinguishing the Amount of Twopenny Pieces, Penny Pieces, Halfpence, and Farthings into which it was coined, with the Nominal Value of each: And also, A Statement of the Market Price of Copper At the Time the Contracts were made with Mr. Boulton.' Text clear and complete. On aged and creased paper. The first page, with '(95.)' in bottom left-hand corner, prints the transcript of a letter from 'M.

Handbill advertisement for 'The Celebrated Working Model, by Real Water, of a Copper Mine, [...] Now on View, At Exeter Hall, Strand.'

Author: 
T. Smith, Exeter Hall, the Strand [Robert Robinett, printer, White Street, Borough; Shows of London]
Publication details: 
[1834.] 'Robinett, Printer, White St. Borough.'
£75.00

Printed on one side of a piece of wove paper, dimensions 22 x 14 cm. Text clear and complete, on aged and lightly-spotted paper, with minor wear to extremities. Headed 'Under the Patronage of the Nobility and Gentry.' 48 lines of text, including positive quotations from the Observer, Christian Advocate, Sunday Times and Albion and Star. Describes ten aspects of the exhibition, lettered A to K, including the conveyance of the ore 'to the surface by a --- (G) --- POWERFUL HYDRAULIC MACHINE, first in kibbles, through a perpendicular shaft, and lastly in waggons drawn upon an inclined plane'.

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