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Since 1763 the name 'Russborough' has been synonymous with collecting and dealing in fine art. In the closing decades of the last century the historic town of Port Hope has become home to Lord Russborough's Annex, which specialises in an individual mix of antique maps, paintings and prints.

While Lord Russborough's Annex features a great many works of museum calibre, we also offer a wonderful selection of prints priced at under $100.

An extract of our prints currently available:

Fuller S&J. Love amongst the Roses/ I love him!oh how I love him

Flirtation behind the wheel
A classical assignation
The Reverie, shall I be happy
The ancestors of our hero /Sir Moses & Mrs. Turnbull

 

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     Love amongst the roses  pair

Love Amongst the Roses / I love him, Oh! how I love him

Etchings. Matted, Size: 5 1/2 x 7” approx each.
Ref. LRA p1185/EO/ e.dnss> ALN       PRICE CODE B

A pair of humorous Victorian hand tinted etchings being Love etchings from the Temple of Fancy published by S. & J. Fuller, London 1831. In the first "The graces there, were culling posies, and found young love amongst the roses." In the second, a milkmaid declares her open heart for her boots.
Fuller I love him

The Reverie

J.C. Wilson
THE REVERIE “ SHALL I BE HAPPY?”

Hand tinted stone lithograph. published by F. Glover ƒl.1830-41
18 1/2 x 6 3/4” Inc. letters. matted, glazed gilt-wood frame. 13 3/4 x 10 3/4”
Ref.GH115(140)/LN/r.andd>DVL   PRICE CODE B

 
This charming romantic image depicts a young high born girl contemplating her forthcoming marriage to her ‘Prince’. Although this not an actual depiction of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, it was published at the time of high speculation regarding the then imminent Royal marriage (1840) and would now days be classified as Royal wedding memorabilia.

leech our hero /sir moses

John Leech
THE ANCESTORS OF OUR HERO
SIR MOSES AND MAJOR TURNBULL


A pair of hand tinted etchings, published in Ask Mamma; or, The Richest Commoner in England, by Robert Smith Surtees. [Bradbury and Evans, London, 1858]. Two illustrations of the romantic exploits of two generations of the Pringle family.
Each 4 1/2 x 6 1/4” including letters. matted, glazed, gilt-wood frame 17 x13”

LRA 895 NM312/DNN/v.dnor > DNN   PRICE CODE A

leech our hero

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