Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Gloucestershire Prints

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P2722GloucestershireAlmondsburyOver Court, 1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by W Taylor. Steel engraving.h 80mm x w 126mm£8Image to follow
P2732GloucestershireAndoversfordS W View of Sandywell Park, 1826. Drawn by C Barber from a sketch by H Lamb and engraved byW Radclyffe. Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P2731GloucestershireAndoversfordN W View of Sandywell Park, 1826. Drawn by C Barber from a sketch by H Lamb and engraved by W Radclyffe. Steel engravingh 92mm x w145mm£10Image to follow
P0020GloucestershireBristolBristol - St Vincent's Rocks and the Hotwells from the Ashton Fields Clifton. Drawn on stone by W Westall from a sketch by the Rev Bulwer. Lithograph, hand coloured. Framed 200mm x 260 mmSOLDPrint of Bristol
P1016GloucestershireBristolThe Orphan Houises, Bristol, c1878. Published by Newman & Co. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 73mm x w 103mm£7Image to follow
P1017GloucestershireBristolTemple Tower, Bristol, c1836. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by J Le Keux for Britton's "Picturesque Antiquities of English Cities. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 190mm x w 143mm£15Image to follow
P1018GloucestershireBristolRedcliffe Church, Bristol, north east view showing the muniment room and Chatterton's Monument, c1840. Drawn by W Willis and engraved and published by J Harris. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 93mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
P1021GloucestershireBristolA view of Vincent Rocks taken below the Hot Wells near Bristol, c1799. Originally published in "Modern Universal British Traveller". Copper engraving with later hand colouring. h 105mm x w 190mmSOLDImage to follow
P1022GloucestershireBristolLeigh, near Bristol, c1814. Aquatint with later hand colouring. h 110mm x w 213mm£12Image to follow
P2380GloucestershireBristolClifton Hil (Top), Victoria Rooms (Centre), Hotwells and Bridge (Bottom), c1850. Wood engraving.h 190mm x w 150£8Image to follow
P2740GloucestershireBristolView of the Cathedral Church of Bristol, c1797. Engraved by Thornton and published byALexander Hogg. Copper engraving.h 87mm x w 147mm£12Image to follow
P2739GloucestershireBristolFloating Dock (Top), The Quay (centre) Cumberland Basin (Bottom), Bristol, c1850. Engraved by M JAckson. Wood engraving.h 190mm x w 149mm£8Image to follow
P2738GloucestershireBristolThe Guildhall, The Railway Terminus ( Bristol) c1850. Wood engraving.h 198mm x w 151mm£10Image to follow
P2737GloucestershireBristolLaunch of "The Araxes" at Bristol, 11 August 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 124mm xw 230mm£8Image to follow
P2716GloucestershireBristolBrandon Hill, Bristol, c1830. Drawn by Westall and engraved by E Francis for "Great Britain Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 143mm£12Image to follow
P2715GloucestershireBristolBristol form Brandon Hill, c1870. Drawn by W Harvey from a sketch by S T Davis and engraved by T A Prior. Steel engraving.h 135mm x w 195mm£20Image to follow
P2719GloucestershireBuscotSt John's and the adjoining bridge across the new cut, near Lechlade, Glocestershire, 1799. Engraved for Samuel Ireland's Picturesque Views on the River Thames. Sepia aquatint.h 110mm x w 165mm£18Image to follow
P1020GloucestershireClavertonMausolewum of Ralph Allen, the Squire Allworthy of Tom Jones, c1840. Drawn by W Williams and engraved by J Shury. Published by W Everittt. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. Trimmed to image at top.h 110mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
P0170GloucestershireGloucesterBuck. c1739 or later. The North West Prospect of the City of Gloucester. Mountedh 305mm x w 780mm£320Image to follow
P2736GloucestershireGloucesterHempsted, c1810. Drawn by Samuel Lysons and engraved by Newton. Copper engraivng.h 128mm x w 182mm£16Image to follow
P2717GloucestershireGloucesterLanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire, Plate 2, 1784. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 103mm x w155mm£8Image to follow
P2753GloucestershireGloucesterBlack Fryers in Glocester, Aug. 24 1721. Drawn by William Stukeley Published in "Itinerarium curiosum: or, An account of the antiquities, and remarkable curiosities in nature or art, observed in travels through Great Britain", 1724. Copper engraving.h 68mm x w 163mm£8Image to follow
P2680GloucestershireHamfallowA West View of the Old Chesnut Tree at Tortworth in Gloucestershire, c1766. Published in the Gentleman's Magazine. Copper engraving.h 176mm x w 100mm£10Image to follow
P2682GloucestershireHamfallowWanswell Court, 1803. Drawn and engraved by Samuel Lysons for Lyson's "Collection of Gloucestershire Antiquities". Copper engraving.h 115mm x w 177mm£8Image to follow
P2724GloucestershireHempstedOur Lady's Well at Newark, c1791. Published in the Historical, Monumental and Genealogical Collections relative to the County of Gloucester, printed from the papers of the late Ralph Bigland. Aquatint. h 82mm x w 103mm£10Image to follow
P1015GloucestershireIron ActonCross in Iron Acton Church Yard, c1787. Engraved by Sparrow and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 116mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
P2718GloucestershireKempsfordKempsford Church, etc Gloucestershire, 1799. Engraved for Samuel Ireland's Picturesque Views on the River Thames. Sepia aquatint.h 110mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P2752GloucestershireLydneyThe Scowls (Lidney Park) Engraved from an Original Drawing, 1773. Published by W Blyth. Copper engraving.h 142mm x w 203mm£15Image to follow
P2726GloucestershireOddingtonOddington House, c1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by Henry W Bond for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen" Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 126mm£8Image to follow
P2723GloucestershireOldland CommonOldland Chapel, Gloucestershire, S W, 1830. Published in the Gentleman's Magazine. Engravingh 101mm x w149mm£12Image to follow
P2720GloucestershireQuedgeleyQuedgley, Drawn and engraved by T Ravenhill, c1780. Copper engraving.h 109mm x w 172mmSOLDImage to follow
P2725GloucestershireRodboroughRodborough, c1780 Copper engraving.h 120mm x w 163mmSOLDImage to follow
P2729GloucestershireRodmartonRodmartonPlace, Gloucestershire, 1785. Engraved by J Newton and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 111mm x w 158mm£12Image to follow
P2690GloucestershireRodmartonRodmarton Place, Glocestershire, 1785. Engraved by J Newton and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving. Small hole in margin of print. Not affecting image or platemark, otherwise very good copy..h 111mm x w 159.£10Image to follow
P2730GloucestershireSalpertonS W View of Salperton House, 1826. Drawn by D Cox from a sketch by H Lamb and engraved by W Radclyffe. Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 144mm£10Image to follow
P2728GloucestershireSalpertonFront View of Salperton House, Gloucestershire, 1826. Drawn by D Cox from a sketch by H Lamb and engraved by W Radclyffe. Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P2693GloucestershireSezincoteSesincot, 1829. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by Thomas Barber. Steel engraving. Sezincote was designed by Samuel Pepys Cockerell and built in 1805. It is a notable example of Neo-Mughal architecture, h 87mm x w 129mm£8Image to follow
P2713GloucestershireSezincoteSezincot, c1870. Illustrated by Alexander Francis Lydon and published by William Mckenzie, for Morris "Picturesque Views of Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland". Colour Wood engraving.h 132mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P2727GloucestershireSherborneS W View of Sherborne House, 1826. Drawn by Buckler and engraved by W Radclyffe. Steel engravingh 101mm x w149mm£10Image to follow
P2734GloucestershireStandishStandish, c1810. Drawn and engraved by J Ravenhill. Copper engraving.h 115mm x s 172mmSOLDImage to follow
P2733GloucestershireStoneStone Church, c1803. Engraved by Samuel Lysons. Engraving.h 117mm x w 135mm£10Image to follow
P2679GloucestershireTewkesburyTewkesbury Abbey W, 1828. Published in the Gentlemen's Magazine. Copper engraving. h 70mm x w 113mm£6Image to follow
P2687GloucestershireThornburyThornbury, c1780. Drawn and engraved by T Bonner. Copper engraving.h 124mm x w 183mmReservedImage to follow
P2689GloucestershireThornburyThornbury Castle, c1780. Drawn and engraved by T Bonner. Copper engravingh 117mm x w 160mmReservedImage to follow
P2681GloucestershireWhitminsterWheatenhurst, c1780. Drawn and engraved by T Bonner c1790. Copper engravingh 116mm x w 163mmSOLDImage to follow
P2686GloucestershireWickwarWickwar,c1780. Drawn and engraved by T Bonner. Copper engraving.h 125mm x w 165mmSOLDImage to follow
P2685GloucestershireWickwarThe Pool House at Wickwar, 1803. Drawn and etched by Samuel Lysons for Smauel Lysons "Collection of Gloucestershire Antiquities". Copper engravingh 129mm x w 175mm£14Image to follow
P2692GloucestershireWinchcombeThe South West View of Sewdley Castle in the County of Gloucester, c1768. Printed by Newbery and Carnan for "A Description of England and Wales". Copper engraving.h 75mm x w 140mm£8Image to follow
P2694GloucestershireWinchcombeSudeley Castle, Chapel etc, 1805. Drawn by G Shepherd from a sketch by J P Malcom and engraved by W Woolnoth for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P2684GloucestershireYateYate, c1780. Drawn and engraved by T Bonner. Copper engraving.h 113mm x w 164mmSOLDImage to follow