Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Cumberland Prints

Ref Subject Location Description Size Price Image
P0357CumberlandBramptonNaworth Castle, c1835; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by A Le Petit. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P0352CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, c1835; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by A Le Petit. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P0356CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Cathedral, NW view, c1837; drawn by C Warren; engraved by B Winkles. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 107mm x w 137mm£10Image to follow
P0360CumberlandCarlisleCarlise, c1835; drawn by W Westall; engraved by Ffancis. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 91mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P0361CumberlandCarlisleChapter House, Carlise Cathedral, c1816; drawn by W Westall; engraved by Ffancis. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 78mm x w 114mm£8Image to follow
P0362CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle; drawn by W Turner; engraved by J Walker. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 110mm x w 168mm£12Image to follow
P0369CumberlandCarlisleCity of Carlisle c1845; drawn and engraved for Dugdales England & Wales delineated. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 65mm x w 105mm£8Image to follow
P0370CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Cathedral SW view c1837; drawn by C Warren and engraved by B Winkles for Winkles Cathedrals. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 106mm x w 142mm£12Image to follow
P2885CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, Cumberland, Pl 1, 1812. Drawn by I Clennell and engraved by J Greig for the "Border Antiquities of England & Scotland". Copper engraving.h 156mm x w 202mm£18Image to follow
P2886CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, c1762. Drawn by Benjamin Ralph and engraved by John Ryland. Copper engraving.h 85mm x w 124mm£10Image to follow
P2887CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, c1800. Drawn and engraved for the "Beauties of England & Wales".Copper engraving.h 104mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
P2889CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Cathedral, Nth Wst, 1802. Drawn by J Britton after a sketch by R Carlisle and engraved by S Noble for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 103mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P2888CumberlandCarlisleThe Citadel of Carlisle, 1803. Drawn by R Carlisle and engraved by S Noble for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 198mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
P2891CumberlandCarlisleEntrance to Carlisle From The South, 1828. Drawn by W Westall and engraved by Edward Finden for "Great Britain Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 80mm x w 145mm£10Image to follow
P2890CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Cathedral from the North, c1851. Engraved by Jackson for "Pictorial Half Hours". Wood engraving. Text on reverse.h 113mm x w 115mm£7Image to follow
P2892CumberlandCarlisleThe North West View of Carlisle Castle in the County of Cumberland, c1769. Copper engraving.h 73mm x w 138mm£10Image to follow
P2893CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, c1845; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by A Le Petit. Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P2895CumberlandCarlisleCity of Carlisle c1845; drawn and engraved for Dugdales "England & Wales Delineated". Steel engraving.h 19mm x w 110mm£8Image to follow
P2894CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, 1829. Drawn by R Westall and engraved by Edward Francis for "Great Britain Illustrated". Engraving.h 87mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P2897CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle,c1835. Drawn by J M W Turner and engraved by E Goodall. Steel engraving.h 82mm x w 145mm£10Image to follow
P2898CumberlandCarlisleExecution of Rebels at Carlisle c1860. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 103mm x w 160mm£12Image to follow
P2900CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle, c1835. Drawn by T Allom and engraved by W Sands for Thomas Rose's "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 155mm£10Image to follow
P2903CumberlandCarlisleCarlisle Castle, 1783. Engravedby Sparrow and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 103mm x w 148mm£10Image to follow
P2904CumberlandCarlisleA View of the Castle of Carlisle in Cumberland, c1777. Published in "A New Display of the Beauties of England". Copper engraving.h 106mm x w 192mm£14Image to follow
P0363CumberlandCockermouthCockermouth; published by G J Perkyns and J Schneebelin, 1791. Copper engraving. Later hand colouring.h 75mm x w 102mm£8Image to follow
P0364CumberlandCockermouthCockermouth Castle, c1791. Copper engraving. Later hand colouring. Trimmed to image.h 98mm x w 159mm£8Image to follow
P0365CumberlandCockermouthCockermouth Castle, in Cumberland, c1791. Copper engraving. Later hand colouring. Trimmed to image.h 77mm x w 102mm£4Image to follow
P2902CumberlandCockermouthCockermouth Castle, 1783. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 117mm x w 160mm£12Image to follow
P0350CumberlandGilslandGilsland Spa, c1834; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by J Sands. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P0358CumberlandGreat CorbyCorby Castle, c1835; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by W Flynt. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P0351CumberlandLanercostLlanercost Priory, c1833; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by W Miller. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 96mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P0349CumberlandLongtownNetherby, c1834; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by J C Bentley. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P0540CumberlandMaryportMary-port Pier, c1840. Drawn by W H BArtlett and engraved by J Cousen. Steel engraving.h 123mm x w 182mm (image)£10Image to follow
P0368CumberlandMuncsaterMuncaster Castle c1835; drawn by G Pickering; engraved by T Jeavons. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 95mm x w 151mm£10Image to follow
P0367CumberlandRavenglassHolme Hall, near Ravenglass c1835; drawn by Thomas Allom; engraved by H Adlard. Originally produced for the "Northern Tourist". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 96mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow