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'and when Death himself Knocked at my door'

59 x 48cm, including the frame. Black and white print, framed, glazed and complete with a mounting board. No given title. Two textual inserts one (left) from Tristram Shandy; 'and when Death himself Knocked at my door/; ye bad him come again;and in so gay a tone/; of careless indifference, did ye do...
CCWSH:1107

Enjoying an Old Friend

32 x 42.5 cm, including frame. Handcoloured print, framed and glazed with a mounting board. Bottom left hand corner states 'Des'gd & Etcht by Rd Newton'. Bottom right corner 'Published by W Holland, Jul 19 1795'. Above the two figures of The Devil and a clergyman is written; 'Come my old Friend,...
CCWSH:1109

Evangelical Portraits or, pretty Parsons sitting for their Pictures; or, vanity, vanity, all is vanity!!!

51 x 60cm, including the frame. Handcoloured print mounted and framed. Nine different scenes of Parsons having their portraits painted. Drawn and etch'd by R. Newton, published by W. Holland, 20th June 1794. Verses below the title read 'Our Parsons of old to their Flocks were good preachers in...
CCWSH:1110

Wood engraving of Shandy Hall by Chris Wormell

32.5 x 27.5 cm, including the frame. Framed and mounted (cream mount), wood engraving of Shandy Hall and two volumes of Tristram Shandy next to a quill pen. Limited edition 6 of 50. Signed and dated by artist Chris Wormell '85. Good condition.
CCWSH:1112

Sterne Archbishop of York

19 1/2 x 24 1/2cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted. Light attached to frame. Black and white print. Bottom right 'F. Harding Sc.' Image of Sterne's great grandfather. No date.
CCWSH:1123

Yoricks Grave

41 x 54cm, including frame. Black and white engraved print, framed and glazed with no mount. To the left of the print 'Singleton pinxt.' and to the right 'Nameseche sculpt'. To the left and right of the title are lines of verse. Left ; 'Meek Humourist who's friendly smile, / could soften care and...
CCWSH:1124

8 illustrations from Tristram Shandy by George Cruikshank.

37 x 55 1/2 cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted (green mounting board). 8 illustrations from Tristram Shandy. Illustrations all by George Cruikshank. From left to right; 1. The Effects of Trim's Eloquence ; 2. Obadiah Leading in Doctor Slop; 3. The Jack-boots transformed into Mortars; 4.
CCWSH:1125

The City of Namur with the Castle and other Fortifications

59 x 50cm, including frame. Framed and glazed in a gilt frame. Glass is painted with a black margin. Black and white. I Basire, sculp. At the bottom right of the engraving are two paragraphs of text relating to the fortifications plan. Good condition.
CCWSH:1126

Dunkirk: A strong seaport town in the Earldom of Flanders in the Low Countries subject to the French.

Ornamental title at the head of a handcoloured print with title to the base of the print 'Plan of the City and Citadel of Dunkirk. For Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England', I Basire Sculp. Note on the reverse of the frame - book catalogue entry 'France. Dunkirk. J. Basire.
CCWSH:1127

Revd Mr Lascelles

30 1/2 x 38 1/2cm, including frame. Black and white engraving, framed, mounted and glazed. Pencil holograph title 'Revd Mr Lascelles Vicar of Gilling, Yorkshire' [re: Lascelles family at Harewood House - Lascelles said to be a Member of the Demoniacs.] Good condition. No date, No signature.
CCWSH:1128

An Author & Bookseller

43.5 x 32cm. Handcoloured print mounted with cream mounting board and frame entitled 'An Author & Bookseller'. Rowlandson delin. Published by Willm Holland, 50 Oxford St, July 14 1797. Some tape damage to left margin, otherwise in good condition. S facing wall of Sterne's study.
CCWSH:1129

Dr Sterne alias Tristram Shandy

43.5 x 27cm including frame. In the top right hand corner no. 20, Towards the bottom of the print 'p. 1769'. 'p' in short for Patch (?). Handcoloured print in a wooden gilt frame with bordered glass mount.
CCWSH:1130

Tristram Shandy

28.5 x 23cm including frame. A print from a wood engraving entitled 'Tristram Shandy'. Signed 'A. P. John Lawrence' showing Uncle Toby, Trim and The Widow Wadman grouped in and around a sentry-box. No date. Signed pasted note on the reverse 'Dear Patrick - from 'T.S.' as promised. Best, John'
CCWSH:1144

A series of five photocopied tithe receipts all with Laurence Sterne's signature at various dates.

38 x 44.5 cm. A series of five photocopied tithe receipts all with Laurence Sterne's signature at various dates. Photocopies of the originals in the LST collection. Photocopied onto 19th c paper. Laid on black mounting board and framed.
CCWSH:1147

A complete tithe-table

48 x 65cm. A complete tithe-table : wherein the nature of tithes, and all things tithable, are shewn at one view. With an account of compositions, custom, prescription and privilege, distinguished under their proper heads; with references to adjudged cases, and statutes relating to tithes. Published...
CCWSH:1148

'Rein que Pisser' print

Circular print framed in a circular gold frame. No date, mount, signature or title. Refers to an incident in A Sentimental Journey 'Rein que Pisser'.
CCWSH:1149

The Overthrow of Dr. Slop

55 1/2 x 45 1/2 cm, including the frame. A coloured print with black and gold mounting board within a gilt frame. Published as the Act Directs 3d. Feb 1773. By J Bretherton. No 194 New Bond Street. To the bottom left 'H.W. Bunbury Delin.' to the bottom right 'J. Bretheron S.' Two lines of text from...
CCWSH:1152

The Seige of Namur by Captn. Shandy & Corporal Trim. Tris:Shan

55 1/2 x 45 1/2 cm, including the frame. A coloured print with black and gold mounting board within a gilt frame. Published as the Act Directs 26. Jany 1773. By J Bretherton. No 134 New Bond Street. To the bottom left 'H.W. Bunbury Del. 1772' to the bottom right 'J. Bretheron S.' Two lines of text...
CCWSH:1154

The Damnation of Obadiah

55 1/2 x 45 1/2 cm, including the frame. A coloured print with black and gold mounting board within a gilt frame. To the bottom left 'H. Bunbury Esqr.' Two lines of text from Tristram Shandy beneath the title: May all the Angels & Archangels, Principalities & Powers & All the Heavenly Armys Curse &...
CCWSH:1155

The Battle of the Cataplasm

55 1/2 x 45 1/2 cm, including the frame. A coloured print with black and gold mounting board within a gilt frame. To the bottom left 'H. Bunbury Esqr. Del' Three lines of text from Tristram Shandy beneath the title: 'Susannah rowing one way & looking another, set Fire to Dr. Slops wig which being...
CCWSH:1156

Obadiah's ill time complisance to DOCTOR SLOP in the DIRTY LANE

Above the print: Book 31. Twelve Prints, representing the most interesting, sentimental, and humorous Scenes, in TRISTRAM SHANDY: By R. Dighton: 1. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the...
CCWSH:1159a

CORPORAL Trim reading the Sermon to Mr. SHANDY, UNCLE TOBY and DOCTOR SLOP

Above the print: 2. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "['The language is good; and I declare Trim reads very well" quoth my Father]"
CCWSH:1159b

Mr. SHANDY, UNCLE TOBY and CORPORAL TRIM, bringing in the MORTARS.

Above the print: 3. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "May it please your honour,' cried Trim, 'they are two Mortar-pieces, for a Siege next Summer, which I have been...
CCWSH:1159c

The LADY BAUSSIERE, attended by her PAGE : with her decayed KINSMAN begging.

Above the print: 4. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "Pity the unhappy", said a devout, venerable, hoary-headed man, meekly holding up a box, begirt with Iron, in his...
CCWSH:1159d

CORPORAL TRIM'S reflections on Mortality in the Kitchen, on the Death of MASTER BOBBY

Above the print: 5. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "Are we not here now," continued the Corporal, (striking the end of his stick perpendicularly upon the floor, so as...
CCWSH:1159e

UNCLE TOBY and CORPORAL TRIM viewing their Artificial Fortifications

Above the print: 6. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "It is a pity, Trim,' said my Uncle Toby, resting with his hand upon the Corporal's shoulder, as they both stood...
CCWSH:1159f

DOCTOR SLOP, and SUSANNA quarrelling : The NURSE with TRISTRAM SHANDY in her lap.

Above the print: 7. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "I new was the destruction of any body's nose! said Susanna; which is more than you can say!_'Is it? cried Slop,...
CCWSH:1159g

TRISTRAM SHANDY'S Journey from BOULOGNE to MONTREUIL, in a Post Chaise

Above the print: 8. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: __"He had lost five minutes already, in alighting in order to get a luncheon of black Bread which he had crammed into...
CCWSH:1159h

TRISTRAM SHANDY meeting the PEASANTS between NISMES and LUNEL

Above the print: 9. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: _"The Sun was set_ they had done their work, the Nymphs had tied up their hair afresh, anothe Swains were preparing...
CCWSH:1159i

WIDOW WADMAN'S Plan of Attack on UNCLE TOBY

Above the print: 10. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "I am half distracted Captain Shandy! said Mrs. Wadman, holding up her Cambrick handkerchief to her left eye, as she...
CCWSH:1159j

UNCLE TOBY with CORPORAL TRIM going to visit the WIDOW WADMAN, Mr and Mrs SHANDY watching them

Above the print: 11. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: "The Corporal had array'd himself in poor Le Fevre's regimental Coat; and with his hair tuck'd up under his...
CCWSH:1159k

TRISTRAM SHANDY discovering MARIA, with her little GOAT beside her

Above the print: 12. Below the print: Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles Published as the Act directs 3 Jan. 1785 No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Below the title reads: " We had got by this time almost to the bank where Maria was sitting: She was in a thin white Jacket, with her hair,...
CCWSH:1159l

Yorick and The Glove Seller / Grisette

38 1/2 x 38 1/2cm, including frame. Mounted in decorated gilt board, circular image within a square frame, glazed. No title or artist's name visible - on the rear label 'By Northcote'. Label on the reverse of the frame of printseller or framer 'Doig, Wilson & Wheatley 90, George Street, Edinburgh.
CCWSH:1171

Calais: The Snuff Box. La Tabatiere

34 1/2 x 41cm, including frame. Mounted, glazed and framed in gilt frame. Circular image. Vide Sterne's Sentimental Journey volume 1. London. Publish'd June 30th 1803 by Anthony Molteno No. 29 Pall Mall ; Printseller to Her R.H. the Duchess of York.' To the left of the image 'Angelica Kauffmann...
CCWSH:1172

Shandy Hall, Coxwold, Yorkshire

58 x 50cm, including frame. Mounted, glazed and framed within a gilt frame. Handcoloured lithograph print. Beneath the title ' FORMERLY THE RESIDENCE OF LAWRENCE STERNE' [sic] . To the left of the image 'On Stone by W. Bevan from a painting by James Ferguson' Bottom right ' Printed by W Monkhouse,...
CCWSH:1173

Moulines : The Handkerchief...Le Mouchoir. Sterne & Maria

34 1/2 x 41cm, including frame. Mounted, glazed and framed in gilt frame. Circular image. Vide Sentimental Journey volume 2. London. Publish'd January 15 1805 by A. Molteno No. 29 Pall Mall ; Printseller to Her R.H. the Duchess of York.' To the left of the image 'Angelica Kauffmann pinxit.' To the...
CCWSH:1174

Female Opinions on Military Tactics

56.5 x 44cm, including frame. Framed, mounted and glazed handcoloured print. Sept 30th 1790 by S.W. Fores, No. 50 Piccadilly, corner of Sackville St. Folio of Caracatures lent out for the evening. Fold line vertically through the center of the print and some wear to the figures. On the right of the...
CCWSH:1175

The Seige of Bergem op Zoom

33 x 26 1/2 cm, including framed. Framed, mounted and glazed handcoloured print. To the bottom left of the image 'Sterne invenit' to the left J.W.ms Del et Sc'. An image of Uncle Toby and Corporal Trim mid re-enactment at Shandy Hall. No date. One uncoloured version held in Yale University Library [...
CCWSH:1176

Garrick and his Wife

33 1/2 x 39cm, including frame. Glazed, mounted, framed (gilt). Image of David Garrick seated as a table with quill pen in hand, behind his wife attempts to remove the pen and divert his attention. From the original painting by William Hogarth (Royal Collection), engraved by Herbet Bourne. Donated...
CCWSH:1177

Maria and Her Dog

36 x 30 1/2 cm, including frame. No mount, glazed and oval gilt frame. No visible signature or date but could be after Angelica Kauffmann.
CCWSH:1178

A Front View of the Camp erected on Hounslow-Heath in the Year 1740

35 x 51 cm, including frame. Framed and glazed. Subtitle: To his Royal Highness the Duke of CUMBERLAND this plate is most humbly Dedicated by his Obediant Servant George Bickham junior. Bottom right 'Drawn & Engrav'd by G. Bickham jnr.'
CCWSH:1179

An Attack and Lodgement on the Covert Way ie. The part which lies between the Ditch and the Glacis

56 x 38 cm, including frame. Glazed, mounted in a green and gilt glass mount and framed in a thin gilt frame. Published 12th May 1794 by Laurie & Whittle. 53, Fleet Street, London. 5 lines of text explaining the process of fortification. Numer '93' to the top right of the image (page / reference...
CCWSH:1180

David Garrick Esqr.

35 1/2 x 45cm, including frame. Glazed, mounted (red mounting board) and framed in a black and gilt frame. Engraving after the portrait by Joshua Reynolds and engraved by Thos. Watson. No date. Mounted so some of the text is obscured/covered. Mezzotint circa 1775 [see NPG]
CCWSH:1181

The Departure of La Fleur from Montreuil. / La Fleur part de Montreuil

41 1/2 x 46 1/2cm. Handcoloured print. Mounted, glazed and framed in black and gilt frame. Image is oval with below information in both English and French. H. Bunbury Esqr. Delint. Engraved by T. Watson. 'La Fleur kissed their Hands round and round again, / La Fleur baisoit les mains des Filles,...
CCWSH:1182

The Filles des Chambre

11 x 17cm, including frame. Glazed and framed in a gilt frame. Print illutration from A Sentimental Journey (ASJ). Title and three lines of text beneath. Barlow sculp. Text reads 'And as she let go the Purse entirely, I put a / single Crown into it; and tying up the Ribband in a / Bow-knot returned...
CCWSH:1183

Sterne conducting Maria into Moulines

45 x 38 1/2 cm. Glazed and framed in a brown and gilt frame. Handcoloured circular print. Beneath the image 'Published February 17th 1786 by John Harris, Sweetings Alley, Cornhill London. Good condition with a repaired tear to the top margin of the design.
CCWSH:1187

Byland Abbey, Yorkshire

45 1/2 x 37 cm, including frame. Mounted, glazed and framed in a black gilt edged frame. Title within the image. Initials F.N. 1826 to the right corner within the image. Three figures gathered beneath the W front of the ruined abbey. Fixed to the rear of the frame is information from the DNB...
CCWSH:1188

The Most Reverend Father in God: Dr Thomas Herring

37 x 51 cm, including. Framed, glazed and mounted. Seated portrait of Dr. Thomas Herring. Text reads; 'By divine providence Archbishop of Canterbury, private and metropolitan of all England and one of his Majesty's most honorable privy council 1750. Published 1750 for S. Austen, Bookseller in...
CCWSH:1201

The Honorable and Rt. Reved. Father in God Robert Drummond D.D. Lord Bishop of Sarum and Chancellor of the Most Noble Order of the Garter June 11 1761. Archbishop of York October 23rd 1761.

54 x 42cm including frame. Framed and mounted in a boarded frame in glass. J. Reynold pinxt, 1764. Jas Watson fecit. Good condition.
CCWSH:1202

The Clerical Excercise

70 x 49cm. Hand coloured print G. M. Woodward del. etched by F.G.B. Published London Dec 8 1791 by Willm Holland No. 50, Oxford Street. Repaired tear to the right hand central figure (Make Love to his Daughter) which affects the drawing. Some foxing but otherwise in good condition. Framed.
CCWSH:1209

Yorick Feeling the Grisset's Pulse

Hand coloured engraving by Richard Newton from 'A Sentimental Journey'. Plate no.7. Mounted and framed.
CCWSH:1210

Coloured print of a view of Byland Abbey

68 x 50cm. Mounted and framed print. Coloured print of a view of Byland Abbey, N. Yorkshire. Good condition. Anonymous and date unknown.
CCWSH:1213

Gateway of Byland Abbey

42.5 x 50cm. Mounted and framed. No signature or date.
CCWSH:1214

Rural Sports, or An Old Mole Catcher in Full Scent

38 x 28cm. On the left hand margin price 1 shilling, coloured. Handcoloured. After Thomas Rowlandson, coloured print, "Rural Sports or An Old Mole Catcher in Full Scent". Framed - potentially original frame. Anonymous, no date.
CCWSH:1215

The Orangerie : Or The Dutch Cupid Reposing, After the Fatigues of Planting - vide the Visions in Hamption Bawer.

29 1/2 x 39 1/2cm, including framed. Framed and glazed handcoloured print. On the left within the image 'Js. Gy. Inv. Et. Fec.t' [ James Gillray ] Bottom right 'Pub.d Sep.r 16th 1796 by H. Humphrey New Bond Street' in larger type '36' bottom right corner. Good condition.
CCWSH:1216

Winter Vreugde op den Amstel en 't gaan des Ysbreekers en der Waterschuiten / January / Divertissement de l'Hyver sur la Riviere l'Amstel & le Depart du Batiment pour casser la Glace nommé l'Ysbreeker

101 x 72cm, including frame. Glazed and framed. Reframed <10 years. Creasemarks from contemporary folds. After Tileman van der Horst. A scene of people ice skating on a river in Amsterdam. See BM.
CCWSH:1217

Coxwold Newburgh Byland

52 x 49 1/2 cm, including frame. Mounted, framed, glazed and signed in pencil 'L [?] Wright. September [19]08' Showing 10 reproduction photographs of local attractions all surrounding a central image of Laurence Sterne (Reynolds portrait) within an oval frame decorated with white roses. Creased in a...
CCWSH:1218

To the Revd Richard Hudson AM. This Plate of Hipperholme Grammar School. Is respectfully inscribed by His Obliged Humble Servant John Horner.

47 1/2 x 41cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted. Coloured print with title at the bottom. On the reverse is a certificate of appreciation to Tom Wood. Speech Awards Ceremony November 2008. Dr John Scarth Headmaster. [Sterne attended Hipperholme Grammar School]. Framers label 'Northedge'.
CCWSH:1219

Shandy Hall by H. M. Lendis

Framed, glazed, mounted print by HM Lendis of Shandy Hall. Signed bottom left as part of the image.
CCWSH:1220

Shandy Hall: formerly the residence of Lawrence [sic] Sterne

7 x 41cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted coloured lithograph. Bottom left of image 'W. Monkhouse lith York'. Coloured print of Shandy Hall. On the reverse is a paper label (handwritten and glued to verso) with date c1852. Good condition print but marks of sellotape mount causing damage.
CCWSH:1222

London Sewage System

38 x 23 1/2 cm, including frame. A print detailing the different stages of sewage and waste disposal int the city of London, labelled A - H with key bottom left and right of the print. Probably from Gentleman's Magazine. Framed in a simple black an gilt frame. A. The Reservoir B. The Sewer pipes...
CCWSH:1223

The News Paper

53 x 42 1/2 cm, including frame. Pubd Oct.r 1st 1800 by R. Ackermann. No. 101 Strand. Woodward Delin. Ethch'd by Rowlandson. Framed and glazed. Simple wooden frame, no mount. Good condition, would benefit from mounting and reframing.
CCWSH:1224

Five framed illustrations of various scenes from Tristram Shandy

61 x 24cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted. Five black and white illustrations from editions of Sterne's writings. From the left; 1. 'Tristram Shandy' by Stothard, Walker sculp. image shows Uncle Toby and The Widow Wadman [frontispiece?]; 2. No title but shows Uncle Toby and Trim in...
CCWSH:1225

28 Assorted Addresses

51 x 46cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted 28 assorted addresses and address labels of addressee variations e.g. 'The Administration Manager'; 'The Comptroller' etc. Laid on to floral fabric.
CCWSH:1229

Ghost Moth

Print from original drawing by Richard Lewington comissioned by LST in 2014 for the exhibition 'Kaleidoscope of Moths'. 1 original & 1 framed of the same image produced for the exhibition. Only 1 original and 1 print remaining in the collection at Shandy Hall [see CCWSH:1231]. Framed and glazed.
CCWSH:1232

Yorick and the Pulse

20 1/2 x 14 1/2cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted. Handcoloured print. Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827), A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy / by Mr. Yorick. A new ed. embellished with two caricature prints (London: T. Tegg, 1809) [see Princeton University Collection] Good...
CCWSH:1233

Maria at Moulines

36 x 46 cm, inc frame. Coloured engraving with four lines of text on either side of the title; ' Maria's Portrait Reader here's design'd / A Gentle Form a Sentimental mind / Deep Melancholly, on her Reason preys / While over Rocks & Desarts oft she strays.' '222 vide Sterne's Sentimental Journal'...
CCWSH:1588

By His Majesty's Command

51 1/2 x 40cm, including frame. Coloured engraving with a black mount, gilt frame and glazed. Beneath the title 'The Jubilee Ball after the Venetian manner, Or Masquerade at Ranellagh Gardens April the 26th 1749. C.Parr Sculpt.' 20 lines of verse. 'England, most fond of foreign follies groan, / Each...
CCWSH:1589

The Most Rev.nd Father in God Lancelot Blackbourne by Divine Providence Lord Arch-Bishop of York Primate of England and Metropolitan.

29 x 39 1/2 cm, including frame. Framed, glazed and mounted. Black and white print. The title reads either side of Blackbourne's coat of arms. Good condition but foxing on the face of the portrait.
CCWSH:1595

Weather Cock

Patrick Hughes print, mounted, framed and glazed. 'Weather Cock' within the image at the base.
CCWSH:1635