Whyte's History, Literature & Collectables 14th September 2013 - page 33

SINCE 1783
1876-1902. An Album Containing Ink Sketches of Belfast Interest
Made By Thomas Crane and Marcus Ward printed ephemera.
Thomas Crane, was a brother of Walter Crane and Art Director of Belfast
publisher Marcus Ward. Includes Marcus Ward ephemera, drawings,
sketches and designs, some initialed “TC” (Thomas Crane), designs
painted by Edwin George Hardy, James Watson Simpson, M.B. Paterson,
drawings of trips to Holland & Belgium,drawings of Belfast scenes and
activities in County Antrim: all captioned, probably by Thomas Crane,
including 3 West Elmwood, Belfast, Ye house hunt, the yellow iris
(boating), the goat of Glengormley. Shaw’s Bridge, Botanic Gardens, Cave
Hill tram, etc., letters from Crane on the Orkney islands in August 1891to
including 15 small ink drawings, photographs of family, relations &
friends and family homes, including Etchingham Lodge; 8, Granville
Terrace, captioned group photos titled West Bank Uppingham 1887, ink
drawings of view from Albion Place, Belfast and Belfast Exhibition 1895,
Loch Keeper’s cottage on the Lagan, photographs of the artist F.D. Hardy
& Cranbrook; etc. A fascinating & unique collection. (170 approx.)
1,200 (£790-£1,050 approx)
1892: Report of Proceedings of Unionist Convention for Provinces of
Leinster, Munster & Connaught
Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, 1892. Decorative Boards. 215pp. Illustrated.
Comprising of reports of proceedings, lists of committees, delegates etc.
7.50 x 5.25in. (19.05 x 13.34cm)
120 (£70-£100 approx)
1906-1913: Unionist leaders postcards including Colonel Saunderson
Comprising postcards of Colonel Saunderson M.P. by Baird, The Rt. Hon.
Walter Long by Hely’s and Sir Edward Carson with the text of the Ulster
Covenant by Strain & Sons. (3 items) 3.50 x 5in. (8.89 x 12.70cm)
100 (£70-£90 approx)
circa 1910: William of Orange Derry and The Boyne postcards
5 postcards with two commemorative postcards for William III, two
showing scenes from the Siege of Derry and the final card titled “Heigh-
O! The Lily-O!” with verse relating to The Boyne. (5 items) 3.50 x 5.50in.
(8.89 x 13.97cm)
70 (£40-£60 approx)
1912-14: Collection of anti-Home Rule postcards
A collection of 8 cartoon and satirical postcards with interesting
examples including “Carrickfergus Castle, under Home Rule”, “Donegall
Place, Belfast, under Home Rule”, “Ulster’s Prayer Don’t let go!”, “West
Belfast Devlin’s Reserve Voters’ Depot, Joe’s Last Call” etc. (8 items) 3.50
x 5.50in. (8.89 x 13.97cm)
150 (£90-£130 approx)
circa 1912: Ulster Crisis poster ‘Have you Forgotten?’
Colour lithograph poster by Allen & Sons, Wealdstone. Artwork showing
a caricatured John Redmond facing a Scottish soldier who is pointing at
a sign stating “British Disaster in South Africa Cheered by Nationalist
MPs.” A scarce example. 30 x 20in. (76.20 x 50.80cm)
150 (£100-£130 approx)
circa 1912: Unionist interest collection including Dublin signed Ulster
Covenant, sashes and medal.
An interesting collection of Unionist interest material relating to
Williams Daniel Latimer. Comprising of Dublin signed Ulster Covenant
sheet, Orange Order sash with badges including L.O.L. 1612, Apprentice
Boys of Derry sash and Orange Order Past Master’s Medal with 1911 date
emblem. (4 items)
250 (£130-£220 approx)
Circa 1912-14. Anti-Home Rule and similar political picture
Small collection including portraits of Carson, cartoon of “Donegall Place
Under Home Rule”, “One Crown, One Parliament, One Flag”, etc., also
some UK World War patriotics including Carson and Redmond “under
one Flag”, also Ballymaclinton Village (McClinton’s Soap, Donaghmore,
Tyrone), at the Franco British Exhibition 1908 (7). (22)
100 (£70-£90 approx)
circa: 1913 Ulster Volunteer Force South Londonderry armband
Armband as used by the Ulster Volunteer Force prior to the First World
War. Marked “U.V.F. 2 South Londonderry” 4 x 15in. (10.16 x 38.10cm)
250 (£130-£220 approx)
circa: 1913 Ulster Volunteer Force South Belfast armband
Another similar Ulster Volunteer Force armband, this time marked “U.V.F
2 South Belfast” 4 x 15in. (10.16 x 38.10cm)
250 (£130-£220 approx)
1913-15: Derry Ulster Volunteer Force correspondence collection
A collection of 7 letters relating to the 3rd Battalion City of Derry
Regiment Ulster Volunteer Force. Content includes information relating
to organisation, equipment, orders of cap badges etc. All addressed to
Robert William Saville.
600 (£350-£520 approx)
circa: 1915 Loyal Dublin Volunteers lapel badge
Scarce lapel badge of the Loyal Dublin Volunteers by Vaughtons Limited,
Birmingham. Reverse numbered 926. A desirable item. 1 x 1in. (2.54 x
250 (£130-£220 approx)
1907: Dublin Exhibition stevengraph postcard
A 1907 stevengraph postcard with image woven in silk showing the
exhibition. Produced by W. H. Brant Coventry. 2.50 x 5.50in. (6.35 x
60 (£30-£50 approx)
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