Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Berkshire Prints

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P5464BerkshireAbingdonAbingdon, from the River, c1860. Engraving with later hand colouring. Text above, beneath and on reverse.h 87mm x w 143mm£3Image to follow
P1285BerkshireAbingdonThe Town Hall at Abingdon, 1805. Drawn by G Shepherd and engraved by R Rosse for the "Beauties of England & Wales".Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Historically the county town of Berkshire, since 1974 it has been transferred to Oxfordshire.h 103mm x w 154mm£15Image to follow
P1056BerkshireAbingdonView at Abingdon Berks, c1799. Published in Samuel Ireland's 'Picturesque Views on the River Thames' Sepia-toned aquatint. Abingdon was the county town of Berkshire but in 1974 it was transferred to Oxfordshire.h 110mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P2817BerkshireBinfieldPope's House, Binfield (adjoinign Windsor Foreset), c1840. Drawn and engraved for Dudale's "England and Wales Delineated". Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 195mm£10Image to follow
P4817BerkshireBishamBisham Abbey, 1811. Drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by William Cooke for Owen's first series of "Thames views". Copper engraving.h 114mm x w 173mm£12Image to follow
P1281BerkshireBishamBisham Abbey, c1802. Drawn by Nash and engraved by W Hawkins for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Tear in right-hand margin not affecting image.h 97mm x w 149mm£9Image to follow
P1269BerkshireBishamBisham Abbey, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by H Winkles. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving with later hand colouring. 153mm x w 205mm£22Image to follow
P1064BerkshireBishamBisham Abbey, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by H Winkles. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 153mm x w 205mm£18Image to follow
P2211BerkshireBishamBustlesham or Bysham Monastery in Berkshire, c1880. Engraved by Noble and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving.h 135mm x w 190mm£12Image to follow
P2210BerkshireBishamBysham Monastery, 1783. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 105mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P4825BerkshireBrayBray, 1805. Drawn by Powell and engraved by J Greig. Copper engraving.h 133mm x w 186mm£18Image to follow
P4853BerkshireBrayBray, 1818. Drawn by Powell and engraved by J Greig. Published by J Robins and Co. Copper engraving.h 148mm x w 202mm£12Image to follow
P2661BerkshireBrayBray,Bucks,c1834. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by J Tingle. Originally published in "Tomblesons Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 165mm x w 197mm£20Image to follow
P1284BerkshireBucklandBuckland House, c1826. Drawn by J P Neale for his "Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland". Steel engraving with later hand colouring. Buckland was part of Berkshire until the 1974 boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire.h 84mm x w 127mm£9Image to follow
PL0425BerkshireBuscotBuscot Park, 1793. Drawn by J Farrington and engraved by J C Stadler for "A History of the River Thames" published by J & J Boydell. Aquatint with original hand colouring. Condition. Some age discolouration from where print was previously framed, otherwise a good copy.h 216mm x w 314mm£50Image to follow
P1273BerkshireColeshillColeshill House, c1802. Drawn by J Britton and engraved by J Storer for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with latrer hand colouring. Coleshill was part of Berkshire until the 1974 local government boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire. The hosue now belongs to the National Trust.h 99mm x w 148mm£12Image to follow
P1060BerkshireCookhamCookham, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by J Rolph. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 170mm x w 215mm£22Image to follow
P4845BerkshireCookhamNew Iron Bridge over the Thames at Cookham, 28 January 1868. Published in the Illustrated London News. Condition. Unrelated text on reverse.h 151mm x w 236mm£12Image to follow
P1265BerkshireCunmorCumnor Church with the ruins of Cumnor Hall, Berks, c1821. Drawn and engraved by G Hollis fot the "Gentleman's Magazine." Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Cumnor was part of Berkshire until the 1974 local government boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire.h 100mm x w 149mm£12Image to follow
P2199BerkshireDonningtonDonnington Castle, 1825. Drawn by G Shepeard and engraved by W Woolnoth for the "Ancient Castles of England & Wales". Engraving.h 97mm x w 141mm£8Image to follow
P1277BerkshireDonningtonDunnington (Donnington) Castle Gateway, in Berkshire, c1786. Engraved by Peltro and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 117mm x w 187mmSOLDImage to follow
P1278BerkshireDonningtonDunnington (Donnington) Castle, in Berkshire, c1786. Engraved by Thornton and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 130mm x w 187mmSOLDImage to follow
P1272BerkshireFrogmoreMausoleum at Frogmore. Drawn by Thomas Allom and originally published c1845. Stel engraving with later hand colouring. h 98mm x w 120mm£8Image to follow
P4829BerkshireHungerfordHungerford Church, 1811. Drawn by S Prout and engraved by J Greig for the "Beauties of England & Wales" Copper engraving. Condition. On reverse stamp for the Royal Institution of South Wales.h 100mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P1280BerkshireHungerfordHungerford Church, c1811. Drawn by S Prout and engraved by J Creig for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 102mm x w 153mm£12Image to follow
P1063BerkshireHurleyLady Place, Hurley, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 153mm x w 198mm£15Image to follow
P1062BerkshireHurleyView near Hurley, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by J Tingle. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 155mm x w 205mm£15Image to follow
P2200BerkshireLower BasildonBasildon Park, in Berkshire, the Seat of Sir Francis Sykes, Bart, 1788. Drawn by W Angus and engraved by J Walker. Published by Harrison in the "Copperplate Magazine". Copper engraving.h 107mm x w 165mm£15Image to follow
P4812BerkshireMaidenheadMaidenhead Bridge, 1790. Aquatint.h 108mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P1059BerkshireMaidenheadMaidenhead Bridge, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by Le Petit. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 165mm x w 210mm£18Image to follow
P4823BerkshireMaidenheadMaidenhead, 1803. Drawn by S Powell and engraved by J Storer for the "Select Views of London and its Environs". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 137mm x w 143mm£20Image to follow
P4827BerkshireMaidenheadView from Maidenhead Bridge, c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by Le Petit. Originally published in "Tombleson's Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving with later hand colouring. Condition - trimmed to platemark.h 165mm x w 213mm£18Image to follow
P2647BerkshireMaidenheadView from Maidenhead Bridge, c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by Le Petit. Originally published in "Tombleson's Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 165mm x w 213mm£20Image to follow
P4815BerkshireOld WindsorBeaumont Lodge - Lord Ashbrooke, 1811. Drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by William Cooke for Owen's first series of "Thames views". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 114mm x w 193mm£14Image to follow
PL0423BerkshirePangbournePangbourne & Whitchurch from Purley, 1793. Drawn by J Farrington and engraved by J C Stadler for "A History of the River Thames". Published by J & J Boydell. Aquatint with original hand colouring. Condition. Some discolouration from where the print was previously framed, otherwise a good copy.h 216mm x w 314mm£70Image to follow
P2203BerkshireReadingA South Prospect of the Abbey Gate at Reading, 1775. Drawn by Paul Sandby and engraved by M A Rooker. Copper engraving.h 133mm x w 187mm£28Image to follow
P0171BerkshireReadingBuck, 1739, or later, The South Prospect of Reading in the County of Berks. Repaired tear to bottom of image. Framedh 320mm x w 765mm£160Image to follow
P1262BerkshireReadingChurch of St Laurence, Reading, c1804. Drawn by Neil and engraved by T Owen for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 144mm x w 102mm£10Image to follow
P1276BerkshireReadingChurch of St Laurence, Reading, c1804. Drawn by R Neil and engraved by Owen for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 102mm x w143mm£10Image to follow
P5069BerkshireReadingGatehouses. Reading Abby Gatehouse, 14 Aug 1721 and The College Gate at Worcester, 30 Aug 1721. Drawn by William Stukeley and engraved by I Harris for the "Itinerarium Curiosum". Copper engraving.h 255mm x w 172mm£25Image to follow
PL0458BerkshireReadingReading Abbey in Berkshire, Plate 3 & 4, c1786. Engraved by Rennoldson and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving.h 300mm x w 185mm£18Image to follow
P2198BerkshireReadingReading Abbey, in Berkshire, Plate 1, c1786. Engraved by Page and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving h 95mm x w 160mm£10Image to follow
P1270BerkshireReadingReading Abbey, in Berkshire, Plate 1, c1786. Engraved by Page and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 95mm x w160mm£12Image to follow
P1283BerkshireReadingReading Abbey, in Berkshire, Plate 2, c1786. Engraved by Page and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 95mm x w 160mm£12Image to follow
P1267BerkshireReadingReading Abbey, in Berkshire, c1786. Engraved by Rennoldson and published byAlexander Hogg. Copper engraving withlater hand colouring.h 107mm x w 184mm£10Image to follow
P1274BerkshireReadingReading Abby (Abbey) Gatehouse 14 Aug 1721. Drawn by W Stukeley and engraved by J Harris. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. This image was originally published joined to another below and thus is trimmed close to the bottom of the image. h 130mm x w170mm£7Image to follow
P5016BerkshireReadingSt Lawrence's Church Reading, c1840. Drawn and engraved by R Fletcher. Lithograph.h 162mm x w 201mm£35Image to follow
P1268BerkshireReadingSt Mary's Church, Reading, c1840. Drawn and lithograph by W Fletcher. Lithograph with later hand colouring.h 160mm x w 200mm£20Image to follow
P1286BerkshireReadingThe Abbey Gate, Reading, 1804. Drawn by E Dayes and engraved by J Owen for the "Beauties of England & Wales".Copper engraving with later hand colouring. h 100mm x w 149mmSOLDImage to follow
P1264BerkshireReadingThe Abbey Gate, Reading, c1804. Drawn by E Dayes and engraved by T Owen for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 102mm x w 149mmSOLDImage to follow
P4852BerkshireReadingThe South East View of Reading, Berks, c1764. Drawn and engraved by J Ryland. Copper engraving.h 105mm x w 182mm£12Image to follow
P4811BerkshireReadingThe South View of Reading Berks, c1760. Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 179mm£12Image to follow
P1289BerkshireReadingThe Vale of the Thames, Reading from the Western Elms Estate, c1845. Drawn by E J Niemann and engraved by J P Collier. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 93mm x w 145mm£12Image to follow
P2208BerkshireReadingThe south view of Reading, Berks, c1764. Originally published in "England Illustrated". Copper engraving.h 105mm w 185mm£10Image to follow
P2201BerkshireReadingTrinity Church, Reading, c1845. Drawn by W Fletcher. Lithograph. Scarce.h 160mm x w 200mm£18Image to follow
P4828BerkshireRemenhamCulham Court, 1811. Drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by William Cooke for Owen's first series of "Thames views". Copper engraving.h 113mm x w 174mm£12Image to follow
P5358BerkshireRemenhamIsland near Henley, Berks, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by R Sand. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engravingh 168mm x w 210mm£81Image to follow
P4819BerkshireRemenhamPark Place, Henley, 1811. Drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by William Coooke for Owen's first series of Thames views ? "The Thames". Although the title of the print is "Park Place, Henley". Park Place is the other side of the Thames in Berkshire. h 115mm x w 198mm£12Image to follow
P1258BerkshireRemenhamPark Place, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by A H Payne Petit. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving with later hand colouringh 160mm x w 205mm£22Image to follow
P2642BerkshireRemenhamPark Place, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by A H Payne. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 160mm x w 200mm£15Image to follow
P1055BerkshireShillingfordShillingford Bridge, c1799. Published in Samuel Ireland's 'Picturesque Views on the River Thames' Sepia-toned aquatint.h 110mm x w 164mm£12Image to follow
P1053BerkshireSonningSonning Bridge, c1799. Drawn by C Rosenberg and published in Samuel Ireland's 'Picturesque Views on the River Thames' Sepia-toned aquatint. Sh 110mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P1263BerkshireSpeenBenham, Berkshire, c1828.Drawn by J Nixon and engraved by J Walker and J Creig fot the "Gentleman's Magazine." Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 107mm x w 165mm£12Image to follow
PL0424BerkshireTempleTemple & Harleford, 1793. Drawn by J Farrington and engraved by J C Stadler for "A History of the River Thames" published by J & J Boydell. Aquatint with original hand colouring. Condition - Paper discolouration due to earlier framing.h 216mm x w 314mm£50Image to follow
P1271BerkshireUffingtonUffington Church, c1807. Drawn by G Shepherd and engraved by W Woolnoth for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 99mm x w 152mm£12Image to follow
P4854BerkshireUffingtonView of White Horse Hill in the County of Berks, 1769. Engraved for "England Display'd". Copper engraving.h 142mm x w 250mmImage to follow
P2209BerkshireWargraveBear Place, in Berkshire, the Seat of M Ximenes Esq, 1788.. Drawn by E Dayes and engraved by Walker. Published by Harrison & Co. Copper engraving. Slight discolouration to upper right hand margin.Not affecting image. h 108mm x w 165mm£12Image to follow
P2790BerkshireWindsorA View of the Cascade and Grotto in Windsor Great Park, c1776. Copper engraving.h 111mm x w 190mm£14Image to follow
P2804BerkshireWindsorA View of the Lodge in Windsor Great Park, c1776. Published in the Gentleman's Magazine. Copper engraving.h 106mm x w 191mm£14Image to follow
P2800BerkshireWindsorA View of the Queen's House and Terrace at Windsor, c1800. Engraved for the Lady's Magazine. Copper engraving.h 95mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P0329BerkshireWindsorCastle of the British Sovereign, Windsor c1842,Drawn and engraved forDugdale's England & Wales. Original steel engraving. Good conidtion. h 70mm x w 107mm£12Image to follow
P2814BerkshireWindsorDeer Paddocks in Windsor Forest, c1855. Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 137mm£10Image to follow
P2799BerkshireWindsorEastFront Windsor Castle, His Majesty's Apartments, 1829. Drawn from natureand on stone by M O'Conner and printedby c Hullmandel. Lithogrpah.h 102mm x w 1654mm£15Image to follow
P1057BerkshireWindsorHernes Oak Windsor Park, c1799. Published in Samuel Ireland's 'Picturesque Views on the River Thames' Sepia-toned aquatint. According to Ireland "The story of this Herne, who was keeper in the forest in the time of Elizabeth, runs thus: - That having committed some great offence, for which he feared to lose his situation and fall into disgrace, he was induced to hang himself on this tree."h 112mm x w 165mm£14Image to follow
P5013BerkshireWindsorPerspective View of the Castle or Royal Palace at Windsor in Berkshire, c1779. Engraved for "The Modern Universal British Traveller". Copper engraving.h 154mm x w 267mm£25Image to follow
P1260BerkshireWindsorSt George's Chapel - Windsor Castle (interior), c1890. Chromolithograh.h 125mm x w 76mm£4Image to follow
P2803BerkshireWindsorSy=t George's Hall (Windsor Castle), 1840. Drawn by T Allom and engraved by W Wallis. Steel engraving.h 126mm x w 176mm£10Image to follow
P5381BerkshireWindsorThe Curfew Tower (Windsor Castle), c1875. Drawn by S Skelton and engraved by Whymper. for "Picturesque Europe". Engraving with unrelated text on reverse.h 170mm x w 145mm£10Image to follow
P2807BerkshireWindsorThe Emperor and Empress of the French at Windsor Castle, c1855. Drawn by R Hind and engraved C H Jeens. Steel engraving.h 138mm x w 193mm£12Image to follow
P4822BerkshireWindsorThe Royal Pallace & Town Of Windsor, c1730. This is a smaller copy of a view of Windsor by Johannes Kip and Leonard Knyff. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 170mm x w 212mm£25Image to follow
P2806BerkshireWindsorThe Victoria Tower. Part of the Repairs, Alterations and Improvements of Windsor Castle. In the Reigns of King George IV, King William IV and Queen Victoria. c1842. Drawn by M Gandy and engraved by W F Starling. Steel engravingh 211mm x w 152mm£15Image to follow
P2207BerkshireWindsorThe West End of St George's Chapel, WIndsor, c1860. Wood engraving.h 205mm x w 147mm£8Image to follow
P5379BerkshireWindsorThe castle from Bishopsgate (Windsor Castle), c1875. Drawn by S Skelton and engraved by Whymper. for "Picturesque Europe". Engraving with unrelated text on reverse.h 156mm x w 225mm£12Image to follow
P2205BerkshireWindsorView of Windsor Castle in Berkshire, taken to the Westward from the opposite Shore of the River Thames, c1880. Engraved by Lodge and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving. This print was originally issued together with another on the same sheet, hence the cropped border above the image.h 137mmx w 177mm£14Image to follow
P4813BerkshireWindsorVindesor in Engellandt. Date post 1638. After Daniel Meisner's "Sciographia Cosmica" published by Paulus Furst. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Condition damage to paper at platemark otherwise a very good copy. Very scarce.h 67mm x 142mm£35Image to follow
P2802BerkshireWindsorWindsor Caslte from th eBrocas, Eton, 1829. Drawn from Nature & on stone by M O'Connor and printed by C Hullmandel. Lithogrpah.h 106mm x w 164mm£15Image to follow
P1261BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle from the Park (The Birthplace of Prince Alfred Ernest Albert, Augt 6th 1844), c1848. Drawn and engraved by Thomas Garner for Barclay's Universal English Dictionary Improved. Frontispiece steel engraving with later hand colouring. Small tear at top of page just affecting text, but otherwise a good copy.h 21mm x w 175mm (image)£15Image to follow
P2206BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle from the west, 1865. Drawn by J C Brown and engraved by John Smith. Published by Fullarton in "The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales". Steel engraving.h 108mm x w 168mm£12Image to follow
P4814BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle, 1791. By A Robertson and W Faden for "The Great Road from London to Bath and Bristol". Aquatint. Scarce.h 110mm x w 165mm£12Image to follow
P2808BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle, Berkshire (View of Queen Elizabeth's Gallery etc). 1809. Drawn by F Mackenzie and engraved by John Lee for the "Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 152mm x w 206mm£14Image to follow
P4824BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle, c1830. Drawn by H Gastineau and engraved by W Tombleson. Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 132mm£8Image to follow
P2805BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle, c1860s. Drawn by Birket Foster and engraved by A Willimore. Steel engraving.h 150mm x w 223mm£20Image to follow
P2809BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle,Berkshire (View of a part built by King Henry VII), 1809. Drawn by F Mackenzie and engraved by John Smith for the "Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 198mm x w 149mm£14Image to follow
P4821BerkshireWindsorWindsor Castle. Datchet Bridge was built by Queen Anne since this was done. By Leonard Knyff. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Datchet Bridge was built in 1706 so this view must predate that. Condition - Vertical folds, some or all as issued.h 170mm x w 212mm£20Image to follow
P1266BerkshireWindsorWindsor from the Forest, c1804. Drawn by William Turner RA and engraved by J Creig.Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 184mm x w 135mm£15Image to follow
P4818BerkshireWindsorWindsor, 1801. Drawn by B West and engraved by B Comte for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 100mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P2204BerkshireWindsorWindsor, from the Thames above the Brocas, c1851. Drawn by William Harvey and engraved by Thomas A Prior. Originally produced for the "The Land We Live In". Steel engraving.h 140mm x w 198mm£15Image to follow
P2197BerkshireWokinghamOakingham Church, 1812. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by Hay for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 102mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P2801BerkshireWokinghamOakingham Church, 1812. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by Hay for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 102mm x w 142mm£12Image to follow