Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Buckinghamshire Prints

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P2574BuckinghamshireHopton Church, Bucks, c1850. Steel engraving.h 67mm x w 83mm£6Image to follow
P2547BuckinghamshireAshridgeAshridge Abbey, Bucks, the Seat of the Duke of Bridgwater, 1790. Published by I Robson. Copper engraving.h 95mm x w 162mm£10Image to follow
P2576BuckinghamshireBeaconsfieldGregory's, Buckinghamshire, 1793. Drawn by Corbould and engraved by Fittler. Publishedby HArrison. Copper engraving.h 102mm x w 163mm£16Image to follow
P2540BuckinghamshireBeaconsfieldBeaconsfield, 1818. Drawn, engraved and published by John Hassell in "Picturesque Rides and Walks with Excursions by water, Thirty miles round the Metropolis". Aquatint with original hand colouring.h 62mm x w 94mm£25Image to follow
P2579BuckinghamshireBuckinghamGrammar School at Buckingham, 1818. Steel engraving.h 92mm x w 136mm£12Image to follow
P2536BuckinghamshireBurnhamAt Burnham Beeches, c1875. Drawn by Birket Foster and engraved by A Willmore. Published in "Picturesque Europe". Steel engraving.h 147mm x w 223mm£10Image to follow
P2533BuckinghamshireBurnhamBurnham Beeches, c1850. Drawn by C V Radcliffe. Steel engraving.h 73mm x w 84mm£6Image to follow
P1259BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Abbey, cl787. Engraved by Sparrow and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. h 106mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P1275BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Abbey, Bucks, Plate 2, c1787. Engraved by Sparrow and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 104mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P1287BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Abbey, c1805. Drawn by Powell and engraved by Greig. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 95mm x w130mm£7Image to follow
P1288BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Priory, in Buckinghamshire, c1786. Engraved by Paltro and published by Hogg. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 122mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P2580BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Abbey, c1805. Drawn by J Powell and engraved by J Greig. Copper engraving.h 95mm x w130mm£7Image to follow
P2578BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Priory, in Buckinghamshire, c1786. Engraved by Paltro and published by Hogg. Copper engraving.h 122mm x w 185mm£11Image to follow
P2537BuckinghamshireBurnnhamBurnham Priory, c1764. Drawn by Benjamin Ralph and engraved by J Ryland. Published by R & J Dodsley in "England Illustrated, or, a Compendium of the Natural History, Geography, Topography, and Antiquities Ecclesiastical and Civil, of England and Wales". Text below and on reverse. Copper engraving.h 88mm x w 123mm£12Image to follow
P2565BuckinghamshireCheniesChenies Church, Bucks, C1840. Lithograph.h 108mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P2548BuckinghamshireClifton ReynesClifton Church, 1813. Drawn and engraved by J and H S Storer. Published by Sharwood in the "Port Folio". Copper engraving.h 65mm x w 90mm£6Image to follow
P2573BuckinghamshireCreslowCreslow (Manor), West view, c1835. Aquatint with later hand colouring.h 98mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P2532BuckinghamshireDatchetSt Mary's Datchet, c1850. Lithograph.h 80mm x w 102mm£8Image to follow
P2655BuckinghamshireDatchetDatchet Bridge, c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by T Harris. Originally published in "Tomblesons Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 155mm x w 197mm£22Image to follow
P1058BuckinghamshireEtonEton College, c1799. Published in Samuel Ireland's 'Picturesque Views on the River Thames' Sepia-toned aquatint. Since 1974 Eton has been in the County of Berkshire.h 110mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P2796BuckinghamshireEtonOld Houses at Eton, 1819. Drawn by S Owen. Engraved and published by W B Cooke. Copper engraving.h 110mm xw 170mm£14Image to follow
P2550BuckinghamshireFulmerFulmer Church, 1855. St James Church is a unique Jacobean village church. It dates from 1610 and was one of the first churches to be built after the Reformation. Watercolour.h 108mm x w 168mmSOLDImage to follow
P2562BuckinghamshireGayhurstView of Gothurst in Buckinghamshire, 1786. Engraved by Lodge and published by Alexander Hogg in "Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England & Wales". Copper engraving. Alhough titled Gothurst this view would appear to be of Gayhursth 128mm x w 175mm£10Image to follow
P2559BuckinghamshireGayhurstGothurst,Bucks, 1812. Drawn by H Storere and engraved by J Storer for the "Antiquarian and Topographicval Cabinet". Copper engraving.h 59mm x w 89mm£5Image to follow
P2535BuckinghamshireGayhurstGayhurst, 1819. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by F R Hay for J P Neale's "Views of the Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland". Steel engraving. Proof.h 88mm x w 128mm&pfor J P Neale'Image to follow
P2531BuckinghamshireGayhurstGothurst, Bucks, c1805. Drawn by H Storer and engraved by J Storer for the "Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet". Copper engraving.h 59mm x w 88mm£4Image to follow
P2571BuckinghamshireGerrards CrossBulstrode, in Buckinghamshire, the Seat of his Grace the Duke of Portland, 1787. Drawn by Corbould and engraved by J Walker. Published by Harrison. Copper engraving.h 105mm x w 167mm£15Image to follow
P0021BuckinghamshireGreat MarlowGreat Marlow: J Farington delt. J C Stadler Sculpt. Pub. J & J Boydell,1793. Sepia aquatint. Hand coloured. From the 'History of the River Thames' 320 x 220mm£90Print of Southampton
P0023BuckinghamshireGreat MarlowCourt Garden and Great Marlow: J Farington delt. J C Stadler Sculpt. Pub. J & J Boydell, 1793. Sepia aquatint. Hand coloured. From the 'History of the River Thames' 320 x 220mm£90Image to follow
P1066BuckinghamshireHedsorHedsor, c1835. Drawn by Tombleson and engraved by W Taylor. Published in Tombleson's 'Eighty Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' Steel engraving.h 180mm x w 205mm£18Image to follow
P2572BuckinghamshireHedsorView of Hedsor Lodge, looking Eastward, c1840. Engraving.h 100mm x w 173mm£14Image to follow
P2530BuckinghamshireHigh WycombeHigh Wycombe, Bucks, c1835. Steel engraving.h 57mm x w 95mm£8Image to follow
P2556BuckinghamshireJordansJordans, The Meeting House of the Society of Friends, Buckinghamshire. The Mound near the Gate is the place where William penn was buried, 1835. Drawn by H de Cort, 1798 and engraved by Schnebbelie. Published by C J Smith. Etching. Rare.h 118mm x w 198mm£15Image to follow
P2549BuckinghamshireJordansThe Grave of William Penn at Jordans, Buckinghamshire, 1881. Drawn by J G. Wood engraving. Text on reverse.h 140mm x w 223mm£14Image to follow
P2534BuckinghamshireLittle LindfordLittle Lindford House, Bucks, The Seat of M Knapp Esq, c1850. Drawn and lithographed by C R Smith. Printed by C Moody. Lithograph.h 169mm x w 274mm£35Image to follow
P2551BuckinghamshireLong CrendonThe East View of Nutley Abbey in the County of Bucks,c1768. Printed by Newbery and Carnan for ?A Description of England and Wales". Copper engravingh 73mm x w 137mm£8Image to follow
P2543BuckinghamshireLong CrendonNutley Abby, c1764. Drawn by Benjamin Ralph and engraved by J Ryland. Published by R & J Dodsley in "England Illustrated, or, a Compendium of the Natural History, Geography, Topography, and Antiquities Ecclesiastical and Civil, of England and Wales". Copper engraving.h 103mm x w 103mm£7Image to follow
P2570BuckinghamshireMarlowHarleyford, in Buckinghamshire, the Seat of WIlliam Clayton, Esq, 1787. Drawn by Corbould and engraved by J Walker. Published by Harrison. Copper engravingh 103mm x w 162mm£15Image to follow
P2646BuckinghamshireMarlowSusepnsion Bridge, Gt Marlow,Bucks, c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by H Bond. Originally published in "Tombleson's Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 147mm x w 192mm£22Image to follow
P2645BuckinghamshireMedmenhamMedmenham Abbey, c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by James Tingle. Originally published in "Tomblesons Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving. Medmenham Abbey was the home of the notorious Hellfire Club.h 167mm x w 202mm£18Image to follow
P2529BuckinghamshireOlneyCowpers Summer House, Olney, c1840. Drawn by T H Shepherd and engraved by H Wallis. Published in Dugdale's "Curiosities of Great Britain - England & Wales Delineated.." Steel engraving.h 175mm x w 100mm (incl text)£10Image to follow
P2553BuckinghamshireStoke PogesSt Giles's, Stoke, c1850. Aquatint.h 178mm x w 100mm£6Image to follow
P2557BuckinghamshireStoweA View of the two Shell Temples in Stow Gardens, c1765. Published in 2The Gentleman's Magazine", Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 187mm£18Image to follow
P2552BuckinghamshireStoweStowe House, Buckhinghamshire, c1840. Steel engraving.h 45mm x w 62mm£3Image to follow
P2539BuckinghamshireStoweStowe House, 2nd view, c1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by F R Hay for J P Neale's "Views of the Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland". Steel engraving.h 89mm x w 128mm£8Image to follow
P2581BuckinghamshireStoweThe Serpentine River and Grotto in Stow Gardens. 1765. Published in "The Gentleman's Magazine". Copper engraving.h 103mm x w 188mm£18Image to follow
P2821BuckinghamshireStoweFrontView of Stow House,the Seat of Earl Temple, c1765. A reduced copy of the Chatelain engraving after George Bickham. Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 188mmSOLDImage to follow
P1279BuckinghamshireTaplowCliefden House, (Cliveden), c1792. Drawn by Corbould and engraved by Heath. Published by Harrison. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 103mm x w 183mm£20Image to follow
P1290BuckinghamshireTaplowA View of Cliefden (Cliveden) House from Maidenhead Bridge,c1780. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 1055mm x w 190mm£16Image to follow
P2575BuckinghamshireTaplowCliefden House,Buckinghamshire, 1792. Drawn by Corbould and engraved by Fittler. Published by J Walker. Copper engravingh 103mm x w 160mm£16Image to follow
P2560BuckinghamshireTaplowCliefden Spring, Bucks, 1799. Published by Samuel Ireland in "Picturesque Views on the River Thames". Sepia aquatint.h 111mm x w 166mm£12Image to follow
P2545BuckinghamshireTaplowCliefden's Spring, 1785. Drawn by Samuel Ireland. Engraved and published by S Middiman in "Pictures and Drawings by the most eminent Artists. With descriptions". Copper engraving.h 128mm x w 185mm£16Image to follow
P2538BuckinghamshireTaplowA View of Cliefden House. Humbly incrib'd to his Royal Highness ye Pricnce of Wales, 1749. Engraved for the "Universal Magazine". Copper engraving. 2 folds as originally issued. one fold strengthend on reverse.h 158mm x w 222mm£25Image to follow
P2659BuckinghamshireTaplowCliefden (Cliveden), c1834. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by H Winkles. Originally published in "Tomblesons Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 155mm x w 190mm£15Image to follow
P2658BuckinghamshireTaplowView from Cliefden Park (Cliveden Park), c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by J Tingle. Originally published in "Tomblesons Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 157mm x w 205mm£15Image to follow
P2561BuckinghamshireUptonUpton Church - Gray's "Ivy mantled Tower", c1840. The church of St Laurence Upton-cum-Chalvey inspired the 1751 "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" by the poet Thomas Gray. The "ivy-mantled tow?r" was a well-known landmark with a curfew bell that "tolls the knell of parting day" across the fields of Eton College.h 75mm x w 85mm£5Image to follow
P2542BuckinghamshireWeseton UnderwoodWeston, c1840. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by J Greig. Steel engraving wiht later hand colouring.h 118mm x w 128mm£8Image to follow
P2558BuckinghamshireWest WycombeWycombe House, 1803. Drawn by W Hanman and engraved by J Greig for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 151mm£8Image to follow
P2567BuckinghamshireWeston UnderwoodCowper's Home at Weston, c1835. Drawn by J D Harding and engraved by W Finden for T S Grimshawe's "The Works of William Cowper". Steel engraving.h 77mm x w 123mm£8Image to follow
P2527BuckinghamshireWeston UnderwoodWeston, c1840. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by J Greig. Steel engraving.h 118mm x w 128mm£8Image to follow
P2541BuckinghamshireWhaddonWhaddon Hall, Bucks, 1812. Drawn by W H Hanmer and engraved by J Grieg. Copper engraving.h 68mm x w 102mm£6Image to follow
P2564BuckinghamshireWillenThe N.W. View of Willien Church, Bucks, 1792. Published in the Gentleman's Magazine Supplement. Copper engraving.h 97mm x w 168mm£10Image to follow
P2528BuckinghamshireWooburnWoodburn Church, near Marlow,Bucks, 1812. Drawn by F W L Stockdale and engraved by J Hawksworth for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 101mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P2881BuckinghamshireWooburnWooburn Church, Beds, 1818. Drawn by F W L Stockdale and J Greig for the Antiquarian Itinerary. Copper engraving.h 64mm x w 84mm£7Image to follow