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TOPOGRAPHICAL VIEWS OF GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND

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Norham Castle on the Tweed, North Durham

19th century watercolour.

Sheet size: 364 x 284 mm

Mounted on backing card. Some time staining to image.

Price: £45

A delicately executed watercolour of Norham Castle in North Durham. Its elevated situation meant that it was the stronghold of the principality and from the summit of its keep, it was possible to survey much of the surrounding countryside.


 

L. Haghe, R. Carrick, T. Picken & Walton after Le Capelain

[Folio of 17 Lithographs depicting Queen Victoria’s visit to Jersey, September 3rd 1846]

Published by Day & Son (Lithographer to the Queen)

19th century lithographs printed on rolled paper.

Listed Below are the titles, artist and measurements (sheet size) of each lithograph corresponding to the photo opposite:

Prices:£100 -£65 according to condition

  1. Plemont, L. Haghe after Le Capelain, 637 x 470 mm  £
  2. Cave at Greve au Lançon, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 637 x 469 mm
  3. St Brelade’s Church, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 636 x 469 mm
  4. The Corbiere Rocks, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 637 x 470 mm
  5. Departure of the Royal Squadron, September 4th 1846 (hand coloured), T. Picken after Le Capelain, 638 x 465 mm
  6. The Platform and Keep of Mont Orgueil Castle,  R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 622 x 471 mm
  7. Valley of Queens Farm, Walton after Le Capelain, 635 x 471 mm
  8. Portelet Bay, Walton after Le Capelain, 637 x 470 mm
  9. St Aubin’s Bay, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 638 x 470 mm
  10. St Catherine’s Bay, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 638 x 464 mm
  11. Anne Port, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 637 x 470 mm
  12. Bonne Nuit Harbour, T. Picken after Le Capelain, 638 x 470 mm
  13. Departure of the Royal Squadron, September 4th 1846, T. Picken after Le Capelain, 638 x 465 mm
  14. Town, Fort and Harbour of St. Heliers, Walton after Le Capelain, 636 x 470 mm
  15. Hermitage, Walton after Le Capelain, 637 x 470 mm
  16. St. Brelade’s Bay, R. Carrick after  Le Capelain, 641 x 470 mm

J.C. Stadler after J.Farington

Woolwich

Published June 1st 1793 by J & J Boydell, Shakespeare

Late 18th century impression, hand coloured.

Sheet: 409 x 306 mm

Browning of the paper outside the plate mark. A good impression.

Price: £50

A delightful landscape view of Woolwich. Emerging from the lower right-hand corner, a woman and her child stroll down a country lane towards the town centre with their dog.

 



James D. Walker

View of St. Michael’s and Holy Trinity, Coventry

Coventry, c. 1800

Etching. Original hand-colouring

Slight time staining in sky, small neatly repaired hole.

330x595mm

£380

View of St. Michael’s and Holy Trinity, Coventry

A very delicately executed, detailed, rare, locally published view of Coventry, looking south, taken from Priory Row. In the centre is the ‘Old Cathedral’ church of St. Michael’s, surrounded by its extensive graveyard and on the right, separated from it by Trinity Row, is Holy Trinity Priory with its graveyard. In the distance is the High Street and and the half timbered Golden Cross Inn and on the extreme right are the half timbered buildings of Butcher Row and Broadgate. St Michael’s is now a shell, destroyed during the terrible ‘nine hour Blitz’ during the night of Thursday November 14th 1940, while the red sandstone church of Holy Trinity was one of the few buildings that escaped devastation.


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