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The Battle of Navarino.

The Asia ,ship of the line of  Vice Admiral Sir Edward Codrington; Reinagle, George Philip. Lithograph by Hullmandel after Reinagle. The Asia ,ship of the line of Vice Admiral Sir Edward Codrington; "The Asia" London Colnaghi & Son, Pall Mall East January 18th 1828
Black & white lithograph Plate 4 from Reinagle's "Illustrations of the Battle of Navarin." Printed on india paper, mounted, verso blank.
The plate focuses on the engagement between the Turkish & Egyptian Admirals and Vice Admiral Codrington on the Asia:
"The time chosen for this subject is about an hour after the commencement of the action, when the Egyptian Admiral opened his fire on the Asia. By this time the Turkish Admiral's ship was reduced to a mere wreck, the carnage on board was so immense from the well directed fire of the Asia, that there were no less than 650 turks killed _ the Asia lost 19 killed, and 57 wounded.
The Hind, tender to the Asia, the mast only of which is seen, unfortunately entangled her main boom in one of the stern portdsof Macharem Bey's ship. The Turks made strenuous efforts to board without success; the conduct of Lieut. Robb was perfectly heroic_ 4 killed, 8 wounded.
" Dark impression; some spotting within image ; margins cut short [5-10mm].
Blackmer/ Navari;1403 (Italian edition); Blackmer /Sotheby's: 942: Droulia :1591. 257 by 369mm (10 by 14½ inches).    €700
Stock No. 1910 - Philhellenic full description

The Battle of Navarino.

The Genoa, Commander Bathurst Reinagle, George Philip. Lithograph by Hullmandel after Reinagle. The Genoa, Commander Bathurst "The Genoa," London Colnaghi & Son, Pall Mall East January 18th 1828
Black & white lithograph Plate 5he view focuses on the Genoa from Reinagle's "Illustrations of the Battle of Navarin." Printed on india paper, mounted, verso blank.
The view focuses on the Genoa:
"The Genoa (Commander Bathurst) anchored close alongside the second Turkish line of battle ship, and soon shot away her springs, by which means she was enabled to rake the Turkish ship for more than an hour. and killed 450 men; the Turkish ship caught fire in the gun room, but it was extinguished. The Capitana Bey's ship, whose cables were shot away, drifted against this ship, and suffered considerably from the raking fire of the Genoa; they both drifted past the Albion at four o'clock, and re-anchored close astern of her; the Genoa and Albion's guns sunk a double-banked frigate which is represented floundering."
Dark impression; some spotting within image ; margins cut short [5-10mm].
Blackmer/ Navari;1403 (Italian edition); Blackmer /Sotheby's: 942: Droulia :1591. 265 by 367mm (10½ by 14½ inches).    €700
Stock No. 1911 - Philhellenic full description

The Battle of Navarino.

The Scipion. Reinagle, George Philip. Lithograph by Hullmandel after Reinagle. The Scipion. "The Scipion anchored by the Stern and the Dartmouth raking the Turkish line" London Colnaghi & Son, Pall Mall East January 18th 1828
Black & white lithograph Plate 2 from Reinagle's "Illustrations of the Battle of Navarin." Printed on india paper, mounted, verso blank.
The plate focuses on the Scipion:
"The Scipion on entering the harbour ran aboard one of the Brulots and entangled her bowsprit with the rigging of the Brulot's fore and main masts She is represented as just having anchored by the stern; the flames from the fire brig ran in at the bow ports and exploded the cartridges in the men's hands; three times the fire caught several parts of the ship, and nine of her men died of the burns they received in disengaging her bowsprit.
Capt. Sir Thomas Fellowes (of the Dartmouth) sent a boat to her assistance, which, together with one from the Rose, and one from the Philomel, succeeded in towing the Brulot from under her bows _ 2 killed, 36 wounded.
The gallant commander of the Dartmouth anchored in such a position, as to rake the Turkish line; her fore and mizen top-gallant sails were burnt, and she narrowly escaped catching fire from a Brulot, that drifted on her starboard quarter, near enough to be boomed off.
The Dartmouth sunk some small vessels close to the town early in the action. Captain Davies of the rose behaved with great personal bravery, and actually had hold of the main chains of the fire brig( in the act of boarding her) when she blew up.
The Rose afterwards made sail to the assistance of the Armide, and resolutely cast anchor within pistol shot of two Turkish corvettes _ 3 killed, 15 wounde.
Mount Temathia is seen in the background."
Dark impression; some spotting within image ; margins cut short [5-10mm].
Blackmer/ Navari;1403 (Italian edition); Blackmer /Sotheby's: 942: Droulia :1591. 256 by 365mm (10 by 14¼ inches).    €700
Stock No. 1909 - Philhellenic full description

The Battle of Navarino.

The Town of New Navarino Reinagle, George Philip. Lithograph by Hullmandel after Reinagle. The Town of New Navarino "The Town of New Navarino with La Provence .... 2 days after the Battle." London Colnaghi & Son, Pall Mall East January 18th 1828
Black & white lithograph Plate 13 from Reinagle's "Illustrations of the Battle of Navarin." Printed on india paper, mounted, verso blank.
View of the town and castle of New Navarino, 2 days after the Battle:
"The town of Navarino stands on a promomtory at the foot of Mount Tamathia, it extends a quarter league in length from east to west, but is much less in width; the fortifications were built in 1572, and were never repaired until the war with the Russians in 1770. The town is surrounded by a wall without ditches, outworks, or rampartsand the artillery consists of about forty iron guns.
Navarin surrendered to the Turks on 23rd May 1825."
Dark impression; some light spotting within image ; margins cut short [2-6mm].
Blackmer/ Navari;1403 (Italian edition); Blackmer /Sotheby's: 942: Droulia :1591. 250 by 365mm (9¾ by 14¼ inches).    €700
Stock No. 1913 - Philhellenic full description

Albanian in Fustenella.

Albanian Rogier, Clle. Albanian "Albanais" Paris chez Aubert &Cie, Place de la Bourse, no29. 1842-48
Lithograph of a Christian Albanian, from Aubert 's series" The Galerie Royale de Costumes" original hand-colour heightened with gum arabic.
The image shows a young Albanian in fustenella, wearing a fez, with his coat slung over the wall behind him.
Plate 5 of the "Costumes de l'Empire Ottoman" Bright colours heightened with gum arabic; paper toned; short tear [10mm] to right edge; slight loss of image due to adhesion lower left close to edge of image
488 by 330mm (19¼ by 13 inches) full page.    €250
Stock No. 1947 - Philhellenic full description


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