Panorama

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  • A FARM YARD STORY.
    A FARM YARD STORY.

    Boston: L. Prang, 1865. A folding panorama of twelve hand-coloured lithographed panels with text beneath. Original pictorial printed card covers. 109 x 67 mm. A very good, clean copy. Scarce.

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  • A PANORAMA OF THE CORONATION PROCESSION OF THEIR MAJESTIES MAY 12TH 1937. Drawn by Mary McNeile for Captain J. R. Abbey. Produced at the Chiswick Press Ltd by Collotype and Stencil Coloured. May 1938.
    A PANORAMA OF THE CORONATION PROCESSION OF THEIR MAJESTIES MAY 12TH 1937. Drawn by Mary McNeile for Captain J. R. Abbey. Produced at the Chiswick Press Ltd by Collotype and Stencil Coloured. May 1938.

    Chiswick Press Ltd, 1937. Continuous panoramic strip measuring 216 x 4.5 inches, depicting the coronation of George VI and Queen Elizabeth, winding into a wooden cylinder with a crown top. This is Number 21 of a limited edition of 125 copies. Slight rubbing to the pictorial label on the cylinder; else a fine copy. Scarce.

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  • AN OVERLAND JOURNEY TO THE GREAT EXHIBITION Showing a few extra articles & visitors. by DOYLE, Richard.
    DOYLE, Richard.
    AN OVERLAND JOURNEY TO THE GREAT EXHIBITION Showing a few extra articles & visitors.

    London: Chapman and Hall, No date (1851.). A 16 section wood-engraved panorama. Original printed paper-covered boards. Charming and pertinent inscription to front fly. Spine neatly repaired; else a very good copy. Inscribed on endpaper: 'Bought in London by Father September 16th 1851 – the Year of the Great Exhibition.' Quite scarce.

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  • (BARRIE, J. M.)
    PETER PAN PANORAMA.

    Canterbury: The Canterbury Bookshop, 2006. Printed full-colour panorama of 24 panels, measuring, when fully extended, 11 x 336 centimetres, mounted on stout card and folding into card covers tied with silk ribbons. Limited edition of 500 copies. This is a paper reproduction of a 44 feet long linen nursery frieze designed and worked by Helen Stebbing, M.R.S.T. A member of the Embroidery Guild and an Arts and Crafts silver medalist, she designed and created this unique piece, to be hung in an unknown child's nursery, in 1936/7. The frieze is set on a blue linen background with appliqué linen figures and decoration, worked with coloured silk embroidery. Probably taken down during the Blitz to preserve it, the frieze is…

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    Canterbury: The Canterbury Bookshop, 2006. Printed full-colour panorama of 24 panels, measuring, when fully extended, 11 x 336 centimetres, mounted on stout card and folding into card covers tied with silk ribbons. Limited edition of 500 copies. This is a paper reproduction of a 44 feet long linen nursery frieze designed and worked by Helen Stebbing, M.R.S.T. A member of the Embroidery Guild and an Arts and Crafts silver medalist, she designed and created this unique piece, to be hung in an unknown child's nursery, in 1936/7. The frieze is set on a blue linen background with appliqué linen figures and decoration, worked with coloured silk embroidery. Probably taken down during the Blitz to preserve it, the frieze is in near pristine condition, and we suspect it was never re-hung after the War, but carefully stored away. This is the first occasion that this wonderful piece of needlework has been reproduced. A donation from every sale goes to support Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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