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0000 0001 0788 9349
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Hardcastle, Ephraim
Hardcastle, Ephraim (Pseudonym)
Pyne, W. H.
Pyne, William H.
Pyne, William Henry
Pyne, William Henry (English painter, illustrator, and writer, 1769-1843)
W. H. Pyne
William Henry Pyne
Dates: 
1769-1843
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Bulmer, William (1757-1830)
Combe, William (1742-1823)
Lurine, Louis (1810-1860)
Nanteuil, Célestin (1813-1873)
Pugin, Augustus (1762-1832)
Pugin, Augustus Charles (1762-1832)
pyne charles claude
Rowlandson, Thomas (1756-1827)
Uwins, Thomas (1782-1857)
Watkin, David (1941-)
Westall, William (1781-1850)
Titles: 
costume of Great Britain, engraved and written, The
costume of Great Britaindesigned, engraved and written by W. H. Pyne, The
[Couple at fair looking at a clown and a bell ringer]
environs de Paris, paysage, histoire, monuments, moeurs, chroniques et traditions, Les
Etchings of rustic figures, for the embellishment of landscape.
History of Eton College.
history of the colleges of Winchester, Eton, and Westminster, The : with the Charter House, the schools of St. Paul's, Merchant Taylors, Harrow, and Rugby, and the free-school of Christ's Hospital.
history of the royal residences of Windsor castle, St. James's palace, Carlton house, Kensington palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham house, and Forgmore., The
Joseph Woelfl Esqr.
London in miniature
microcosm of London or London in miniature, The
Microcosm; or, A picturesque delineation of the arts, agriculture, and manufactures of Great Britain in a series of above a thousand groups of small figures for the embellishment of landscape.
Picturesque views of rural occupations in early nineteenth-century England : all 641 illustrations from Ackermann's edition of the "Microcosm"
Pyne's royal residences
[Recueil. Oeuvre de William Henry Pyne]
royal interiors of Regency England, 1984:, The
royal interiors of Regency England, The : from watercolours first published by W.H. Pyne in 1817-1820
twenty-ninth of May, 1825., The
twenty-ninth of May rare doings at the restoration, The ; in 2 vol.
Wine and walnuts; or, after dinner chit-chat
World in miniature, The : England, Scotland and Ireland, edited by W. H. Pyne...
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