Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Hampshire Prints

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P0450HampshireAn Antient Water Tower in Hampshire, c1784. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. The location of this building in not known. Copper engraving. .h 104mm x w 168mm£8Image to follow
P0396HampshireAltonAlton Church, c1838. Drawn by F N Shepherd. Steel engraving. .h 93mm x w 135mm£15Image to follow
P0388HampshireAmportAmport House c1831, drawn by J P Neale and engraved by M J Starling. Steel engraving. h 80mm x w 125mm£10Image to follow
P0386HampshireAndoverSt. Mary's Church, Andover c1839, drawn by C.Radclyffe and engraved by J Shury & Sons for Mudie's Hampshire Past and Present. Steel engraving. h 107mm x w 157mm£15Image to follow
P0394HampshireAvingtonAvington Park, Seat of Earl Temle, c1811, drawn by Sheppard and engraved by Storer for the Beauties of England & Wales. Copper engraving. Proof copy. h 101mm x w 163m£12Image to follow
P0179HampshireBasingstokeRuin at Basingstoke, from an original drawing by P I Loutherbourg. Published by Bowyer, 1805. Aquatint with original handcolouring. From P.J. De Loutherbourg, The romantic and picturesque scenery of England and Wales, London 1805. This view shows Holy Ghost Chapel at Basingstoke.h 230mm x 2320mmSOLDImage to follow
P0403HampshireBasingstokeHoly Ghost Chapel, Basingstoke, c1783. Engraved by Bonner and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 104mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P3623HampshireBasingstokeThe Remains of Holy Ghost Chapel (Basingstoke), c1842. Drawn on zinc by G H Prosser. Printed by Daye and Haigh. for G F Prosser's "The antiquities of Hampshire illustrated in the ruins of ancient buildings" h 138mm x w 218mm£18Image to follow
P3624HampshireBasingstokeHoly Ghost Chapel, Basingstoke, c1855. Drawn by J C Armytage and engraved by W Wallis. Steel engraving.h 140mm x w 190mm£15Image to follow
P3629HampshireBasingstoke (Winslade)Hackwood Park (near Basingstoke), c1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by J W Bond for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen". Steel engravingh 87mm x w 133mm£8Image to follow
P0419HampshireBeaulieuThe Great Hall of Beaulieu Abbey, c1783. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving. .h 113mm x w 165mm£12Image to follow
P0843HampshireBeaulieuBeaulieu Abbey, c1783. Engraved by S Sparrow and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 103mm x w 149mm£10Image to follow
P0405HampshireBeckleyBelvedere, Hampshire, the seat of Sir William Fordyce c1790. Engraved by Cary. Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 168mm£7Image to follow
P0399HampshireBishops SuttonSouth East View of Bishop's Sutton Church, c1807. Copper engraving. .h 75mm x w 97mm£10Image to follow
P0404HampshireBishops WalthamInterior of Bishops Waltham Abbey, 1815. Engraved by I Hassell and engraved by T Higham for the Antiquarian Itinery. Copper engraving.h 58mm x w 88mm£7Image to follow
P0407HampshireBishops WalthamBishop of Winchesters House at Waltham, Hants, c1784. Engraved by L D and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
P3619HampshireBishops WalthamInterior of Bishops Waltham Abbey, Hampshire, 1815. Drawn by I Hassell and engraved by T Higham for the ?Antiquarian Itinerary". Copper engraving.h 58mm x w 88mm£6Image to follow
P3621HampshireBishops WalthamRemains of the Hall, Bishop Waltham palace, Hants, 1815. Drawn by I Hassell and engraved by J Greig for the "Antiquarian Itinerary". Copper engraving.h 60mm x w 85mm£6Image to follow
P0411HampshireBishopstokeBishopstoke, c1838. Drawn by G F Sargent and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 153mm£16Image to follow
P0328HampshireBournemouthSanatorium for consumption and diseases of the Chest, Bournemouth. Original steel engraving c1850. Later hand colouring. Very good condition h 83mm x 120mm£12Image to follow
P0402HampshireBournemouthSouth Cliff, Bournemnouth, c1850. Engraved by Newman & Co and published by E M & A Stationers, Sydenham. Steel engraving.h 70mm x w 100mm£10Image to follow
P0421HampshireBournemouthWestover Shrubberies, Bournemouth, c1850. Steel engraving.h 65mm x w 95mm£7Image to follow
P0422HampshireBournemouthWestover Walk, Bournemouth, c1850. Engraved and Published by Newman. Steel engraving.h 77mm x w 108mm£9Image to follow
P0423HampshireBournemouthWestover Pleasure Grounds, Bournemouth, c1850. Engraved and Published by Newman. Steel engraving.h 70mm x w 95mm£9Image to follow
P0845HampshireBournemouthCliff House, Bournemouth, c1856. Drawn and engraved by P Brannon and published by Sydenham. Steel engraving.h 83mm x w 130mm£10Image to follow
P0854HampshireBournemouthBournemouth from Palmerston Gardens, c1871. Published by Tribbet and Mate, Bournemouth in "Tribbett and Mate's penny handbook to Bournemouth, etc". Steel engraving. Scarceh 65mm x w 93mm (image)£12Image to follow
P0857HampshireBournemouthPine Walk, Bournemouth, c1880. Wood engraving.h 53mm x w 80mm£2Image to follow
P0860HampshireBournemouthEast Cliff, Bournemouth, c1871. Engraved and published by Newman & Co. Steel engraving.h 70mm x w 98mm£8Image to follow
P0861HampshireBournemouthBournemouth, c1870. Engraved by N Whittock and published by J Sydenham, Marine Library, Bournemouth. Steel engraving. Scarce.h 85mm x w 155mm£15Image to follow
P0862HampshireBournemouthSanatorium for consumption and diseases of the Chest, Bournemouth. Original steel engraving c1850.h 83mm x 120mm£10Image to follow
P0863HampshireBournemouthBelle Vue Hotel, Baths and entrance to Pier, Bournemouth. c1880. Published by Rock & Co. Steel engraving.h 60mm x 78mm£8Image to follow
P0869HampshireBournemouthThe House in which Keble died, Bournemouth, c1871. Engraved and published by Newman & Co. Steel engraving. John Keble (1792-1866) was an English churchman and poet, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement, and gave his name to Keble College, Oxford. He died in Bournemouth at the Hermitage Hotel.h 68mm x w 100mm£7Image to follow
P0870HampshireBournemouthRustic Bridge and Villas, Bournemouth, c1856. Engraved and published by Rock & Co. Steel engraving.h 60mm x w 85mm£6Image to follow
P0874HampshireBournemouthThe Mount, Bournemouth, c1880. Engraved and published by Rock & Co. Steel engraving.h 63mm x w 87mm£8Image to follow
P0875HampshireBournemouthBournemouth from the Pier, c1871. Published by Tribbet and Mate, Bournemouth in "Tribbett and Mate's penny handbook to Bournemouth, etc". Steel engraving. Scarceh 70mm x w 93mm (image)£12Image to follow
P0384HampshireBramdeanBrookwood Park, c1824. Brookwood Park is now known as Brockwood Park, and lies in the parish of Bramdean. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. h 83mm x w 118mm£10Image to follow
P0406HampshireBramshillBramshill House, c1835. Steel engraving.h 80mm x w 126mm£8Image to follow
P0416HampshireBramshillBramshill House, c1838. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 78mm x w 125mm£9Image to follow
P1986HampshireBuritonCommencement of the Portsmouth Direct Railway, at Buriton Manor together with a map of the Australian Direct Steam Navigation Company route to Australia, 13 August 1853. Wood engraving. Tear to bottom of page, not affecting image.h 402mm x w 272mm (sheet)£14Image to follow
P0413HampshireCalshotCalshot Castle, 1800. Drawn by Rev T Streatfirld and engraved by J Walker and published by J Walker. Copper engraving.h 109mm x w 167mm£14Image to follow
P0415HampshireCalshotCalshot Castle, 1780 Drawn by Paul Sandby and engraved by Ryder and published by G Kearsley in Sandby's Rural England. From "A Collection of One Hundred and Fifty Select Views, in England, Scotland and Ireland", published in 1781. Copper engraving.h 131mm x w 182mm£30Image to follow
P0431HampshireCalshotCalshot Castle, c1860. Steel engraving.h 71mm x w 95mm£7Image to follow
P0838HampshireCalshotCalshot Castle, c1839. Drawn by G F Sargent and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 154mm£14Image to follow
P0853HampshireCalshotCalshot Castle, c1861. Drawn by W H Bartlett for Woodward's "The History of Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 110mm x w 145mm (image)£10Image to follow
P0839HampshireChristchurchChrist Church Abbey, c1854. Drawn by T Girtin and engraved by J Walker for "Turner and Girtin*s Picturesque Views, Sixty Years Since". Copper engraving.h 109mm x w 167mm£14Image to follow
P0390HampshireDogmersfieldDogmersfield Park, c1838. Steel engraving. Water staineing to top right hand border - not affecting image.h 80mm x w 125mm£8Image to follow
P0427HampshireEast StrattonSratton Park, the seat of Sir Thomas Baring Bart, c1825. Drawn by Hewetson for Ackermann's Repository of Arts. Aquatint with original hand colouring.h 114mm x w 180mm£17Image to follow
P0873HampshireEast StrattonStratton Park. c1820. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved J C Varrall. Steel engraving.h 82mm x w 123mm£8Image to follow
P0876HampshireEast StrattonSratton House,c1838. Drawn by G F Sergeant and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 152mm£12Image to follow
P3617HampshireEast StrattonStratton House (Mitcheldever), 1838. Drawn by GFSargent and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 155mm£10Image to follow
P3612HampshireEllinghamMoyles Court, Ellingham, Hampshire, July 1828. Published in the "Gentleman's Magazine". Engraving.h 102mm x w 173mm£12Image to follow
P0373HampshireFarehamBlackbrook Place, the seat of George Purvis Esq. near Fareham, c1806. Engraved by W Cooke for the Beauties of England & Wales. Copper engraving. Later hand colouring.h 98mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P0379HampshireFarehamCams Hall, c1820. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by R Acon . Published by J P Neale. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 83mm x w 125mm£10Image to follow
P0426HampshireFarehamBlackbrook Place, the seat of George Purvis Esq, near Fareham, 1806, Engraved by W Cooke for the Beauties of England & Wales. Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P0372HampshireFawleyFawley Church, New Forest c1845. Engraved by J Shury. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 92mm x w 130mmSOLDImage to follow
P3611HampshireFawleyCadland Park in Hampshire, the Seat of Robt Drummond Esq, 17890. Drawn by G Barret and engraved and published by W Watts in Watts's "Seats of the Nobility and Gentry". Copper engraving. Slight crease below image otherwise very good copy..h 131mm x w 182mm£15Image to follow
P3627HampshireFreefolkFreefolk Priors, the residence of John Portal Esq, 1833.Published in G F Prosser "Select illustrations of Hampshire... With descriptions" Lithograph. Text above and on reverse.h 103mm x w 143mm£12Image to follow
P0676HampshireGosportGosport Railway Terminus. Published by J & F Harwood, 1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 100mm x w 140mmSOLDImage to follow
P0851HampshireGosportGosport, Flag ship saluting, c1842 Drawn by E W Cooke and engraved by E Finden. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. h 125 x w 175mmSOLDImage to follow
P0378HampshireHawleyHawley House, the residence of T Champiuon, c1828. Drawn by W Delamoue for Ackermann's Repositroy of Arts. Aquatint with original hand colouring. Hawley House is now known as Hawley Park and lies in the parish of Yateley.h 118mm x w 189mm£18Image to follow
P3628HampshireHeckfieldHeckfield Park, The Seat of C S Lefevre Esq MP, 1838 c1838. Drawn by J Wrightson and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving. Heck Park is also know as Heckfield Place, now a training centre.h 103mm x w 153mm£12Image to follow
P0412HampshireHighclereMilford Water, High Clere, c1815. Lithograph with later hand colouring.h 130mm x w 205mm£16Image to follow
P0375HampshireHursleyHursley Lodge, 1819. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by W Ensom. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 84mm x w 124mm£10Image to follow
P0397HampshireHursleyBurdon Castle, c1785. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. .h 108mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P0397HampshireHursleyBurdon Castle, c1785. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. .h 108mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P0429HampshireHursleyThe Ruins of Merdon Castle. c1850, Aquatint.h 145mm x w 214mm£17Image to follow
P0429HampshireHursleyThe Ruins of Merdon Castle, c1850. Aquatint.h 146mm x w 214mm£17Image to follow
P0429HampshireHursleyRuins of Merdon Castle. c1850 Aquatint.h 146mm x w 214mm£17Image to follow
P0864HampshireHursleyHursley Park,c1850. Printed by G Hullmandel. Lithograph.h 138mm x 213mm£18Image to follow
P0377HampshireHurstbourne PriorsHurstbourne Park, the seat of the Earl of Portsmouth c1783. Drawn by Metz and engraved by Heath. Published by Harrison. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 95mm x w 163mm£10Image to follow
P0389HampshireIbsleyIbsley Church, New Forest, c1838. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Sons. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 87mm x w 128mm£10Image to follow
P0846HampshireIbsleyIbsley Church, New Forest, c1838. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Sons. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 128mm£9Image to follow
P0393HampshireKings WorthyWorthy House, the seat of Sir Charles Ogle Bart, c1825. Drawn by J Gendall for Ackermann's Repository of Arts. Aquatint with original hand colouring.h 113mm x w 182mm£18Image to follow
P3614HampshireLangstoneMill near Havant, Langstone Harbour, Hants, 16 January 1869. Drawn by E Duncan and engraved by Ewain. Engraving.h 165mm x w 1267mm£10Image to follow
P0418HampshireLymington (Keyhaven)Hurst Castle, the prison of King Charles I, c1840. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by William Mossman for "Ports, Harbours, Watering Places and Coast Scenery of Great Britain". Steel engraving.h 119mm x w 183mmSOLDImage to follow
P0850HampshireLymington (Keyhaven)Hurst Church, c1784. Engraved by Godfrey and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 153mmSOLDImage to follow
P0872HampshireLymington (Keyhaven)Hurst Castle and the Needles. c1840. Dran by S Prout and engraved W E Cooke. Steel engraving.h 72mm x w 108mm£6Image to follow
P3625HampshireLymington (Keyhaven)Hurst Castle, Lymington River. From an original drawing by Vickers, 1836. Drawn by W Floyd. Steel engraving.h 108mm x w 153mm£15Image to follow
P0428HampshireLyndhurstCuffnells,tSeat of the Right Hon. George Rose c1800. Drawn by J Britton and engraved by J C Smith for the Beauties of England & Wales. Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P0837HampshireLyndhurstNortherwood, the seat of John Puljteney Esq., c1840. Printed by G Hullmandel. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 137mm x w 223mm£20Image to follow
P3616HampshireMitcheldeverMitcheldever, c1838. Drawn by G F Sargent and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 153mm£15Image to follow
P0675HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey from the Southampton Water. Published by J & F Harwood, 1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 100mm x w 140mm£8Image to follow
P4284HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey, looking East, c1839. Drawn by D H MacKewen and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for James Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 150mm x w 100mm£8Image to follow
P4283HampshireNetleyVictoria Hospital, Netley, 1859. Drawn by J C Armytage and engraved by E Albutt. Steel engravingh 127mm x w 193mm£12Image to follow
P4282HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey by Moonlight, 1840. By J & E Harwood. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 145mm£8Image to follow
P4279HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey looking North, c1839. Drawn by D H MacKewen and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for James Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 153mm x w 103mm£8Image to follow
P4280HampshireNetleyNetley Castle and Abbey, 1808. Drawn by J Britton and engraved by S Rawle for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 105mm x w 160mm£12Image to follow
P4278HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey (North-east Aspect), 1806. Drawn by E Nicholson after a sketch by E Dawes and engraved by W Cooke for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 97mm x w 147mm£7Image to follow
P4277HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey. Looking West, c1839. Drawn by G H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for James Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 101mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P4269HampshireNetleyNetley Hospital, c190-1920. Engraving. Unrelated text on reverse.h 30mm x w 95mmSOLDImage to follow
P4288HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey, 1816. Drawn by William Westall and engraved by George Cooke, for "Pictureseque Views on the Southern Coast of England". Steel engraving.h 137mm x w 213mm£14Image to follow
P4291HampshireNetleyN E View of Netley Abbey, c1845. By Kershaw and Son. Steel engraving.h 62mm x w 93mm£6Image to follow
P4290HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey, West Window, c1828. Drawn by W Westall and engraved by Edward Finden for "Great Britain Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 93mm x w 145mm£8Image to follow
P4286HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey, Southampton, Interior View, 1841. By J & E Harwood for "Harwood's Scenery of Greaty Britain". Steel engraving.h 90mm x w 127mm£8Image to follow
P4287HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey, Hants, 1784. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 105mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P4285HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey, c1850. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by J Cousen for The Reverend Theodore Wilks'."The History of Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 125mm x w 195mm£12Image to follow
PL0384HampshireNetleyThe Ruins of Netley Abbey, c1820-c1840. Sepia lithograph.h 145mm x w 220mm£15Image to follow
PL0385HampshireNetleyThe Ruins of Netley Abbey, c1830-1840. Lithograph. Tear in left-hand border - not affecting image.h 148mm x w 218mm£18Image to follow
PL0383HampshireNetleyNetley Abbey,engraved from an original drawing, 1776. Engraved by Godfrey and published by F Blyth. Copper engraving.h 158mm x w 215mm£14Image to follow
PL0378HampshireNetleyThe Victoria Hospital at Netley near Southampton, 17 November 1859. Published in the Illustrated London News. Double page wood engraving.h 347mm x w 514mm£20Image to follow
P0395HampshireNorth WanboroughOdiam Castle, c1784. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. .h 105mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P0383HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle, c1784. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. This veiw of Portchester Castle shows the roman walls and Norman keep.h 100mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P0392HampshirePortchesterPortchester Castle, c1838. Drawn by C Stanfield and engraved by W Floyde. Published by Smith, Elder & Co. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 143mm x w 102mm£10Image to follow
P0840HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle, (Portchester Castle) c1805. Drawn by F Nicholson and engraved by S Noble. Copper engraving with later hand colouring..h 100mm x w 150mm£6Image to follow
P0848HampshirePortchesterPortchester Church, c1785. Engraved by Sparrow and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 107mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P2216HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle, c1784. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving. This veiw of Portchester Castle shows the roman walls and Norman keep.h 100mm x w 154mm£8Image to follow
P2238HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle near Fareham, 1874. Engraved by Newman & Co. Steel engraving.h 65mm x w 100mm£8Image to follow
P3181HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle, in Hampshire, c1785. Drawn by Sparrow and published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving,h 106mm x w 173mm£8Image to follow
P3180HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle, c1764. Drawn by Benjamin Ralph and engraved by J Ryland. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 85mm x w 125mm (image)£10Image to follow
P3172HampshirePortchesterPorvu Magnus 12 Sept 1723. Portchester,. Together with View in the Port. 1723. Drawn by Stukeley. Copper engraving. The lower view shows both Portsmouth and Gosport.h 155mm x w 270mm£35Image to follow
P3171HampshirePortchesterPorchester Castle, c1840. Sepia Aquatint.h 140mm x w 220mm£25Image to follow
P3179HampshirePortchesterPortchester, 1907. Drawn by Wilfred Ball. Colour lithograph with accompanying descriptive text.h 147mm x w 100mm£6Image to follow
P3177HampshirePortchesterA View of Porchester Castle in Hampshire, c1790Copper engraving.h 107mm x w 192mm£16Image to follow
P3178HampshirePortchesterThe North west View of Porchester Castle, In Hampshire, c1765. Printed by Newbery and Carnan. Copper engraving.h 74mm x w 139mm£10Image to follow
P3174HampshirePortchesterWest Entrance to St Mary's Church, Portchester Castle, c1830. Drawn on Stone by E Fudge for I Stockman's "Sketches of Portchester Castle". Lithograph. This page formed the frontispiece to the book.h 210mm x w 190mm£15Image to follow
P3173HampshirePortchesterInner Court of Portcheseter Castle. N Aspect. 1781. Engraved and published by Richard Godfrey. Copper engraving.h 150mm x w 205mm£12Image to follow
PL0149HampshirePortchesterView of Porchester Castle in Hampshire - Engraved for the Modern Universal British Traveller, c1780. Published by J Cooke. Copper engraving. Laid on paper but a good clean copy.h 163mm x w 266mm£25Image to follow
P0323HampshirePortsmouthEntrance to Portsmouth Harbour. Drawn by E W Cooke and engraved by E Finden. c1842. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 128mm x w 177mmSOLDImage to follow
P0387HampshirePortsmouthThe Semaphore, Portsmouth c1840, drawn by G Stanfield and engraved by Finden for The ports, harbours, watering-places, and picturesque scenery of Great Britain : illustrated by views taken on the spot. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. h 95mm x w 140mm£15Image to follow
P0847HampshirePortsmouthSouthsea Castle, c1783. Engraved by J Newton and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 103mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
P0849HampshirePortsmouthHouse where the Duke of Buckingham was assassinated, 1628, c1882. Wood engraving with later hand colouring. The Duke was assassinated in Portsmouth.h 75mm x w 73mm£4Image to follow
P0859HampshirePortsmouthSteam floating Bridge or Ferry, Portsmouth, c1880. Wood engraving. The first floating bridge operated across the harbour mouth in 1840.h 65mm x w 145mmSOLDImage to follow
P1994HampshirePortsmouthThe Extensions of Portsmouth Dockyard, 5 September 1874. Looking South - the Repairing Basin and Dry Docks, together with Looking West - The Rigging and Fitting Stations. Published in The Graphic. These two views clearly show the railways used to be build the docks. Wood engraving. h 233mm x w 197mm£20Image to follow
P1983HampshirePortsmouthPortsmouth - The Railway Station, and High Street, Government House, 8 April 1882. Publishedin the Supplement to the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving. Text on reverse of sheet.h 450mm x w 290mm£20Image to follow
P2002HampshirePortsmouthhe International Naval Festival at Portsmouth: The Reine Hortense leaving Portsmouth Harbour, 16 September 1865. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 290mm x w 415mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2001HampshirePortsmouthMen-of-war's men leaving Portsmouth for the Baltic Fleet, 14 April 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 274mm x w 405mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P1999HampshirePortsmouthThe Naval Review - The Queen and Royal family embarking at Portsmouth - Sketched by R Landells, 3 May 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. This image shows what would appear to be the Royal Train.h 268mm x w 400mm£18Image to follow
P2005HampshirePortsmouthThe Naval Review - The Queen's Yacht leaving Portsmouth Harbour, 10 May 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 275mm x w 406mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2040HampshirePortsmouthReturn of the Troops from Ashantee: The Black Watch (42nd Highlanders) Marching to Governor's Green, Portsmouth, 4 April 1874. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 273mm x w 402mm£18Image to follow
P2017HampshirePortsmouthThe Grand Naval Review - Excursionists on the Floating-Bridge at Portsmouth, 26 April 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. Small tear to right-hand margin - not affecting image.h 278mm x w 398mm (sheet)£20Image to follow
P2028HampshirePortsmouthThe Naval Review: - Promenade on Southsea Common, by S Read, 10 May 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 275mm x w 405mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2018HampshirePortsmouthThe Grand Naval Revie - Excursionists foing to view the Fleet, - scene on the "Hard", 26 April 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 280mm x w 405mm£18Image to follow
P2010HampshirePortsmouthWomen leaving "The Hard" Portsea, for the Baltic Fleet, 14 April 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 275mm x w 400mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2010HampshirePortsmouthWomen leaving "The Hard" Portsea, for the Baltic Fleet, 14 April 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 275mm x w 400mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2214HampshirePortsmouthPortsmouth, 8 January 1859. Published in the Illustrated LondonNews. Wood engraving.h 139mm x w 1247mm£8Image to follow
P2215HampshirePortsmouthView fromthe Parade, Portsmouth, c1839. Drawn by J Salman and engraved by J Shury and Son for Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving. h 102mm x w 153mm£28Image to follow
P3175HampshirePortsmouthPortsmouth Harbour & Spithead, c1840. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by E Brandard. Steel engraving.h 117mm x w 185mm£18Image to follow
PL0148HampshirePortsmouthA View of the Town and Harbour of Portsmouth, Engraved for the Modern Universal British Traveller", c1780. Published by J Cooke. Copper engraving.h 165mm x w 270mmSOLDImage to follow
PL0151HampshirePortsmouthPortsmouth, 1856. Drawn by J M W Turner and engraved by Thomas Lupton for John Ruskin's "The Harbours of England". Mezzotint.h 160mm x w 240mm£35Image to follow
PL0150HampshirePortsmouthPortsmouth, c1880. Drawn by J M W Turner and engraved by W Miller.Published by Dappleton & Co, New York. Steel engraving.h154mm x w 235mm£30Image to follow
P0858HampshireRingwoodView of Ringwood Church, together with view of Free School at Ringwood, c1807. Published in the Gentleman's Magazine. Copper engraving.h 164mm x w 103mm£8Image to follow
P0327HampshireRiver TrestValley of the Test. Original steel engraving drawn by G F Sargent, engraved by J Woods. Published by J Robbins, c1838. Later hand colouring. Very good condition.h 97mm x w 154mm£18Image to follow
P0409HampshireRomseyBroadlands in Hamsphire, the Seat of Lord Palmerston, 1787. Drawn by Lord Duncannon and engraved by W Angus and published by W Angus. Copper engraving.h 127mm x w 182mm£16Image to follow
P0855HampshireRomseyRomsey Church, interior, c1838. Drawn by G F Sergeant and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 151mm x w 98mm£3Image to follow
P0856HampshireRomseyRomsey Abbey, c1890. Wood engraving.h 63mm x w 108mm£2Image to follow
P3605HampshireRowlands CastleStanstead College, Rowlands Castle, Hants, 1846. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving with later hand colouring.h 125mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
P3622HampshireRowlands CastleStanstead College, Rowland's Castle, Hants, 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving. The Illustrated London News first appeared in 1842 and was the world?s first fully illustrated weekly newspaper and its illustration showed a wide variety of British and worldwide events. Note that there is text on reverse of this print, which may show.h 128mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P0425HampshireSelborneBirth-place of the Rev Gilbert White, Selborn, c1835. by Thomas Dugdale and published by L Tallis. Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 130mm£10Image to follow
P0433HampshireSilchesterSilchester Church,c1839. Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 130mmSOLDImage to follow
P3618HampshireSilchesterSilchester, Hants, c1838. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour for Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 125mm£12Image to follow
P0417HampshireSopleySopley, c1850. Engraving.h 90mm x w 148mmSOLDImage to follow
P0022HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton Pier, Pub. Joyce Gold, Naval Chronicle Office, 1817. engraving, hand coloured. Framed 320 x 220mm£28Print of Southampton
P0671HampshireSouthamptonHigh Steet Southampton. Published by J & F Harwood, 1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 115mm x w 143mmSOLDImage to follow
P3689HampshireSouthamptonSteamer Leaving Southampton Docks, c1850, Wood engraving.h 98mm x w 138mmSOLDImage to follow
P3685HampshireSouthamptonHigh Street, Southampton, c1880. Wood engraving.h 122mm x w 208mm£18Image to follow
P0673HampshireSouthamptonThe Pier, Southampton. Published by J & F Harwood, c1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 100mm x w 152mmSOLDImage to follow
P0674HampshireSouthamptonThe Bar Gate Southampton. Published by J & F Harwood, c1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. Page trimmed to top of flag pole.h 120mm x w 105mm£8Image to follow
P1990HampshireSouthamptonOpening of the Inner Dock at Southampton: - from a Sketch by P Hedger, 25 June 1859. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. On the reverse is a small plan showing the iInner Dock with its railway connectionsh 270mm x w 397mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P3672HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton, 1795. Drawn by Hassell. Engraved and published by J Walker. Copper engraving.h 109mm x w 167mm£18Image to follow
P3673HampshireSouthamptonGaol and Bridewell, Southampton, c1838. Drawn by G H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 105mm x w 154mm£12Image to follow
P3674HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton from the River Itchin, c1840. Drawn by D Cox and engraved by J C Allen. Steel engraving. Slight age discolouration to paper - not affecting image.h110mm x w 168mmSOLDImage to follow
P3677HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton from the Pier, c1838. Drawn by J Salmon and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 101mm x w 155mm£14Image to follow
P3678HampshireSouthamptonIchen Ferry, near Southampton, c1838. Drawn by J Salmon and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving. Slight loss to bottom edge of page loosing to some loss of bottom (4th line of imprint) otherwise a good copy.h 101mm x w 153mm£14Image to follow
P3679HampshireSouthamptonItchen Ferry, c1838. Drawn by J Salmon and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 102mm x w 157mm£18Image to follow
P3680HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton, c1845. Drawn by T Nash and engraved by E Finden for Finden's "Ports, Harbours, Watering Places and Coast Scenery of Great Britain". Steel engraving. h 123mm x w 178mm£15Image to follow
P3681HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton Water (view form Redhill Corner), c1840. Drawn by J C Armytage and engraved by E Brandard. Steel engraving.h 125mm x w 195mm£16Image to follow
P3683HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton, c1838. Drawn by G F Sargent and engraved by J Woods. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving. Slight discolouration to paper mainly on reverse. Not affecting image.h 98mm x w 155mm£18Image to follow
P3682HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton from Itchen, 1828. Drawn by T G Hart and published by W M Baker. Steel engraving.h 67mm x w 1010mmSOLDImage to follow
P3684HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton from the New Road, c1838. Drawn by J Wrightson and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving. h 100mm x w 153mm£15Image to follow
P3668HampshireSouthamptonThe Monument to Dr Watts, Southampton, 11 October 1877. Published by Newman & Co. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 77mm x w 103mmSOLDImage to follow
P3694HampshireSouthamptonThe N. W. Walls of the Town & Castle of Southampton, c1850. Published by W Sharland. Steel engraving.h 80mm x w 125mmSOLDImage to follow
P3686HampshireSouthamptonThe River Itchen, 1850. Drawn, engraved, pritned and published by P Brannon for his "The Picture of Southampton". Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 163mm£12Image to follow
P3692HampshireSouthamptonSt Michael's Church, Southampton, 1838. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 155mm x w 108mm£15Image to follow
P3691HampshireSouthamptonThe Polygon near Southampton, 1783. Drawn by Metz and engraved by Walker and published by Harrison. Copper engraving.h 97mm x w 167mmSOLDImage to follow
P3687HampshireSouthamptonGate of Southampton in 1670, c1835. Drawn by G E Sargent and engraved by J Tingle. Steel engraving. This print depicts Shakespeare's Henry V Act 2 Scene 2.h 93mm x w 132mmSOLDImage to follow
P3695HampshireSouthamptonThe Pier, Southampton. Published by J & F Harwood, c1841. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P3690HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton Railway Terminus. Published by J & F Harwood, 1841. Steel engraving.h 107mm x w 143mm£12Image to follow
P3676HampshireSouthamptonHigh Street, Southampton, c1850. Wood engraving.h 185mm x w 133mm£12Image to follow
P3693HampshireSouthamptonThe Bar Gate, Southampton, c1841. Drawn by Edward Roberts and printed by J & F Harwood. Steel engraving. Trimmed to image at top , possibly as issued.h 128mm x w 108mm£10Image to follow
P3794HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton from the South East, c1840. Drawn by E Vivian and engraved by Day & Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen. Later hand colour. This print is mounted in a window mount.h 225mm x w 300mm£65Image to follow
P3795HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton from the South East, c1840. Drawn by E Vivian and engraved by Day & Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen. This print is mounted in a window mount. Some spotting along top of image.h 225mm x w 300mm£50Image to follow
P4276HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton Railway Station, c1860. By Bastin. Wood engraving. Unrelated text continues on reverse.h 90mm x w 133mm£3Image to follow
P4292HampshireSouthamptonThe Walls OF Southampton, c1841. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by J C Armytage for William Finden's "The Ports, Harbours, Watering-Places and Coast Scenery of Great Britain". Steel engraving.h 127mm x w 184mm£12Image to follow
P4293HampshireSouthamptonEntrance to Southampton Docks, c1853. By Brannon and published by Sharland. Steel engraving.h 50mm x w 102mm£10Image to follow
P4294HampshireSouthamptonThe Grenadier Guards embarking in "The Ripon" Steamer at Southampton (on their way to the Crimean War), 4 March 1854. Engraved for the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 138mm x w 230mm£8Image to follow
P4273HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton Pier, c1860. Engraving.h 128mm x w 172mm£8Image to follow
P4271HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton, 1804. Engraved BY Edwards and published by Richard Phillips. 1804. Copper engraving. Trimmed close at top.h 76mm x w 120mm£8Image to follow
P4268HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton, c1803. Engraved BY Neele. Copper engraving.h 64mm x w 106mm£7Image to follow
P4267HampshireSouthamptonSouthampton, c1845. Published by H Hollyer. Steel engraving. Blank music sheet on reverse.h 60mm x w 183mm£8Image to follow
P4265HampshireSouthamptonWater-Gate, Southampton, 1784. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving. Some staining along top and side edges - not affecting image.h 104mm x w 145mm£8Image to follow
P4295HampshireSouthamptonView of Southampton, from Hythe, 1807. Drawn by J Nixon and engraved by S Rawle for the "European Magazine". Copper engraving.h 89mm x w 145mm£9Image to follow
P4296HampshireSouthamptonView of Southampton, 1799. Published by Bunney & Gold. Copper engraving. Trimmed to image along top.h 100mm x w 178mm£12Image to follow
P4297HampshireSouthamptonWest Gate, Southampton, c1900-1930. By H Smith. Print.h 209mm x w 137mm£4Image to follow
PL0372HampshireSouthamptonBar Gate, Southampton, 1802. Drawn by T Hearne and engraved by W Byrne and I Sparrow for "The Antiquities of Great Britain". Copper engraving.h 79mm x w 247mm£30Image to follow
PL0377HampshireSouthamptonBar Gate, Southampton, 1777. Engraved by Godfrey and published by F Blyth. Copper engraving.h 160mm x w 228mm£22Image to follow
PL0380HampshireSouthamptonThe British Association at Southampton: Sketches of the Town and Neighbourhood, 26 August 1883. Published in the Illustrated London News. Double page wood engraving.h 315mm x w 460mm£20Image to follow
PL0379HampshireSouthamptonOpening of the Inner Dock at Southampton - from a sketch by P Hedger, 12 June 1859. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving. Text beneath image and on reverse together with a small plan of the docks on the reverse.h 278mm x w 402mm (page)£12Image to follow
PL0382HampshireSouthamptonThe New Dock, Southampton, 17 January 1852. Published in the Illustrated London News, Text above and on reverse. Wood engraving. (Only the image is shown but this is part of a whole page from the paper.)h 126mm x w 230mm£8Image to follow
PL0381HampshireSouthamptonThe Queen's Visit to Southampton - opening of the Empress Dock, 2 August 1890. Published in "The Graphic" Wood engraving. Unrelated text on reverse.h 402mm x w 286mm£10Image to follow
P4102HampshireSt CrossSt Cross from the River Itchen, c1840. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by A Willmore. Steel engraving.h 122mm x w 190mm£15Image to follow
P4104HampshireSt CrossThe Hospital of St Cross, c1835. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 151mmSOLDImage to follow
P4105HampshireSt CrossHospital of St Cross, 1839. Drawn by O Carter and engraved by J Le Keux for Milner's "The History and Survey of the Antiquities of Winchester". Engraving.h 120mm x w 135mm£9Image to follow
P4109HampshireSt CrossThe Hospital of St Cross, 1783. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 113mm x w 157mm£12Image to follow
P4110HampshireSt CrossChurch of St Cross, near Winchester, 1783. Engraved by J Bonner and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 105mm x w 151mm£12Image to follow
P4111HampshireSt CrossHall Of St Cross, c1838. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by E J Roberts. Steel engraving. Small narrow vertical stain beneath image just visible.h 124mm x w 165mm£10Image to follow
P4116HampshireSt CrossChurch of St Cross, 1804. Drawn by G Shepherd and engraved by W Woolnoth for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P4119HampshireSt CrossThe Church of St Cross, c1900. Lithograph.h 82mm x w 125mm£5Image to follow
P4120Hampshire St CrossBeaufort's Tower, St Cross, 1808. Drawn by J Prout and engraved by J Greig. Copper engraving.h 59mm x w 85mm£4Image to follow
P4121HampshireSt CrossChurch of St Cross, 1804. Drawn by G Shepherd and engraved by W Woolnoth for the "Beauties of England & Wales". Copper engraving.h 82mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P0376HampshireStratfield SayeStratfield Saye, sewat of His Grace the Duke of Wellington c1838. Engraved by J Shury. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 102mm x w 152mm£12Image to follow
P0380HampshireStratfield SayeStrathfieldsay,The Seat of the Duke of Wellington c1830. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 65mm x w 107mm£8Image to follow
P3615HampshireStratfield SayeStrathfieldsay, The Seat of the Duke of Wellington, c1840s. Published in Dugdale's "The Curiosities of Great Britain" or "England Delineated". Steel engraving.h 70mm x w 110mm£6Image to follow
P0401HampshireSwaythlingStoneham House, the seat of John Fleming Esq MP, c1825. Drawn by Hewetson for Ackermann's Repository of Arts. Aquatint with original hand colouring.h 114mm x w 180mm£18Image to follow
P0414HampshireTichborneTichbourne House, Alresford, 1871. Published in the Graphic. Wood engraving.h 123mm x w 225mm£8Image to follow
P0332HampshireTitchfieldTichfield House, c1770. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Descriptive text of Titchfield House belwo and continuing on reverse.h 115mm x w 155mm (of image)£10Image to follow
P0841HampshireTitchfieldTichfield House, c1786. Published by Alexander Hogg. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 78mm x w 100mm£6Image to follow
P0842HampshireTitchfieldTitchfield House, c1784. Engraved by Godfrey and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 105mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
P0844HampshireTitchfieldTichfield House, Chapel, c1783. Engraved by T Bonner and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 109mm x w 153mm£12Image to follow
P0852HampshireTitchfieldPlace house, Titchfield, c1838. Drawn by T H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Sons. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving with later hand olouring.h 101mm x w 150mm£15Image to follow
P0432HampshireTwyfordTwyford Church, c1839. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 152mm£20Image to follow
P4103HampshireTwyfordTwyford (from the River Itchin), c1840. Drawn by J C Armytage and engraved by S Bradshaw. Steel engraving.h 145mm x w 198mm£15Image to follow
P0410HampshireWarblingtonWarblington Castle, c1785. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Hooper. Copper engraving. .h 108mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
P3610HampshireWest TytherleyNorman Court, The Seat of Charles Baring Wall Esq MP. Drawn by G F Prosser and engraved by G Hullmandel for G F Prosser's "Select Illustrations of Hampshire, comprising picturesque views of the Nobility and Gentry, lodges, entrances, etc.". Lithograph. Norman Court lies near the villages of West Tytherleyh 145mm x w 245mm£18Image to follow
P3613HampshireWherwellWherwell, c1838. Drawn by D H McEwan and engraved by J Shury & Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 102mm x w 154mm£15Image to follow
P0420HampshireWhitchurchWhitchurch, c1839. Drawn by D H McEwan and engraved by J Shury. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 107mm x w 150mmSOLDImage to follow
P0342HampshireWinchesterSalsibury - Winchester, c1851. View of Salisbury Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral, Winchester College and St Cross. Published by Charles Knight; steel engraving. h 215mm x w 144mm£8Image to follow
P0382HampshireWinchesterWinchester Gate, c1877. Originally published in Ancient Street and Homesteads of England. Wood engraving with later hand colouring.h 88mm x w 68mm£4Image to follow
P0677HampshireWinchesterWinchester. Published by J & F Harwood, 1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 110mm x w 140mmSOLDImage to follow
P0678HampshireWinchesterWinchester from the North East. Published by J & F Harwood, c1841. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 100mm x w 155mm£15Image to follow
P4097HampshireWinchesterConventual Kitckhen, Winchester, 1830. Drawn by O Carter and engraved by J Le Keux for the "Picturesque Memorials of Winchester". Steel engraving.h 103mm x w 149mm£7Image to follow
P4098HampshireWinchesterWinchester Cathedral, South east View, c1838. Drawn by R Garland and engraved by B Winkles for "Winkles's Architectural and Picturesque Illustrations of the Cathedral Churches of England and Wales". Steel engraving.h 111mm x w 145mm£8Image to follow
P4099HampshireWinchesterHyde Abbey, Winchester, 1783. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving. Some discolouration to borders, not affecting image.h 110mm x w 158mmSOLDImage to follow
P4100HampshireWinchesterNorth East View of the City of Winchester, 1828. Drawn by G H Robson and engraved by E Roberts and finished by W Taylor Junior for G F Robson's "Picturesque View of the English Cities", Steel engraving. h 156mm x w 221mm£25Image to follow
P4101HampshireWinchesterThe City of Winchester, 13 September 1845. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving. Text below (cropped) and on reverse. h 158mm x w 237mm£8Image to follow
P4106HampshireWinchesterThe Diocesan Training College, Winchester, opened on Monday week by the Bishop of Winchester, 25 October 1852. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.Unrelated text on reverse.h 123mm x w 242mm£8Image to follow
P4108HampshireWinchesterThe East Prospect of the City Of Winchester, 1750. Engraved for the "Universal Magazine". Copper engraving. Two vertical folds as issued.h 165mm x w 225mm£45Image to follow
P4112HampshireWinchesterGeneral View of Winchester. From a Photograph by Carl Norman of Tunbridge Wells, c1880. Engraved by W H Boot. h 138mm x w 201mm£10Image to follow
P4115HampshireWinchesterGaol, Winchester, c1840s. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury & Son. Steel engraving.h 103mm x w 153mm£12Image to follow
P4118HampshireWinchesterA View of the Episcopal Palace of Winchester, c1780. Drawn by W Care and engraved by J Taylor. Copper engraving. Trimmed close on all sides.h 52mm x w 130mm£6Image to follow
P4117HampshireWinchesterWinchester form St Giles Hill, c1835. Drawn by G Shepherd and engraved by Owen. Steel engraving. Trimmed close on all sides.h 53mm x w 96mm£5Image to follow
P4113HampshireWinchesterWinchester House, c1776. Engraved for "A new display of the Beauties of England or a description of the most elegant or magnificent public edifices, Royal palaces, Noblemen's seats and other curiosities, natural or artificial". Copper engraving. Winchester House was also known as the King's House.h 108mm x w 190mm£12Image to follow
P4125HampshireWinchesterWolvesey Palace, Winchester, 1829. Engraved for the Gentleman's Magazine. Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 167mm£8Image to follow
P4123HampshireWinchesterEglise de la Ste Cross, Hamshire, c1845. Drawn by Gaucherel and engraved by Lemaitre. Steel engraving.h 149mm x w 112mm£8Image to follow
P4124HampshireWinchesterCardinal Beaufort's Gate and Ancient Brewery, Winchester, c1877. Drawn by Alfred Rimmer and engraved by J D Cooper for Alfred Rimmer's "Ancient streets and homesteads of England". Engraving with later hand colouring. Unrelated text and image of passage in Exeter Cathedral Close on reverse.h 93mm x w 85mm (image)£6Image to follow
P4122HampshireWinchesterWinchester form St Catherine's Hill, 10 June 1851. Published by Rock & Co. Steel engraving.h 82mm x w 91mm£8Image to follow
P4127HampshireWinchesterWinchester Cathedral, view of the South Transept, c1838. Drawn by Hablot Browne from a sketch by R Garland and engraves by W E Albutt for "Winkles's Architectural and Picturesque Illustrations of the Cathedral Churches of England and Wales". Steel engraving.h 112mm x w 144mm£10Image to follow
P4126HampshireWinchesterKing's House, Winchester, c1838. Drawn by G Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Steel engraivng.h 80mm x w 149mm£12Image to follow
P4131HampshireWinchesterWinchester, from St Giles's Hill, c1838. Drawn by G H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 153mm£15Image to follow
P4128HampshireWinchesterWinchester from St Catherine's Hill, c1838. Drawn by G H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Steel engraving.h 104mm x w 151mm£14Image to follow
P4132HampshireWinchesterWolvesey Castle, Winchester, c1830. Drawn by O Carter and engraved by J Le Keux for "Picturesque Memorials of Winchester". Steel engraving.h 113mm x w 155mm£12Image to follow
P4134HampshireWinchesterCatholic Chapel, Winchester, c1838. Drawn by G H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Steel engraving.h 103mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
P4130HampshireWinchesterWinchester Cathedral, North West View, c1838. Drawn by G H Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Steel engraving.£10Image to follow
P4133HampshireWinchesterWinchester, c1835. by Thomas Dugdale and published by L Tallis. Steel engraving.h 77mm x w 112mm£8Image to follow
P4129HampshireWinchesterWinchester, c1830. Drawn by W Westall and engraved by Edward Finden for Westall's "Great Britain Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 91mm x w 145mm£8Image to follow
P0385HampshireWinsladeHackwood Park, c1838. (near Basingstoke). c1838. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour. Steel engraving.h 105mm x w 154mm£10Image to follow
P3620HampshireWinsladeHackwood Park, 1838. Drawn by G S Shepherd and engraved by J Shury and Son. Published for J Robbins by D E Gilmour in Mudie's "Hampshire". Steel engraving.h 103mm x w 153mm£12Image to follow
P0381HampshireWortingWorting Church, c1830. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 95mm x w 130mmSOLDImage to follow
P3626HampshireWotton St LawrenceTangier Park, 1833. Published in G F Prosser; Select illustrations of Hampshire... With descriptions. Lithograph. Related text below and on reverse text relating to Manydown, the neighbouring manor. Tangier Park lies in Wotton St Lawrence just outside Basingstoke.Hampshireh 95mm x w 135 (image)£12Image to follow