Winston, James, 1779-1843. The theatric tourist : being a genuine collection of correct views, with brief and authentic historical accounts of all the principal provincial theatres in the United Kingdom, 1805.
Houghton Library, Harvard University
The Board Room of the Admiralty from
A Microcosm of London, or, London in Miniature (London: Ackermann, 1808–1811)
Tintern Abbey by Phillippe Jacques de Loutherbourg, The Romantic and Picturesque Scenery of England and Wales (London, 1805)
Georg Friedrich Kersting
Flax and Hemp, two of the first design materials, 1803. From the Picture book for children with a collection of animals, plants, fruits, minerals and other items from nature, art and science, all with descriptions that fit to the mind power of a child.” Copper engraving, Weimar, Germany. Via DIPF.
Selene 1816 Thorvaldsen Museum Copenhagen Denmark
"British sailors and marines in the west indies, 1795," unfinished watercolor by W.H. Bunbury.
Though indistinct, certain details of uniform can be discerned from the painting. The marines on the right are members of a light company- They wear short skirted jackets with shoulder wings and red, laced waistcoats. Their hair is clubbed and powdered. As a concession to the climate, they wear gaiter-trousers. For fatigue duties, the marines wear forage caps.
REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
A quite exceptional Regency period serpentine mahogany Sideboard of the highest calibre. The raised upper section and drawer fronts with finely executed in kingwood cross banding within ebony and boxwood fine line inlay. Original brass rail with Fleur de Lys decoration, the supports ring-turned and finely reeded topped with anthemion leaf carving.
Height 63.00inch (160.02cm)
Width 80.00inch (203.20cm)
Depth 28.00inch (71.12cm)
Ref No. 5278