Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

India Prints

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P4594IndiaThe Churuk Puja or swinging ceremony, c1858. Drawn by J J Crew for and published by James S Virtue Coin "History of India". Steel engraving.h 145mm x w 203mm£15Image to follow
P4652IndiaThe Tiger Hunt, c1845. Drawn by Zoffany and engraved by A H Payne for "Payne's Universum ..". Steel engraving.h 110mm x w 163mm£10Image to follow
P4641IndiaA Suttee,. Preparing for the Immolation of a Hindoo widow, 1835. Drawn by Capt Grindlay and engraved by J Redaway. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 123mm x w 187mm£12Image to follow
P4634IndiaA Diversion of Swinging practised by the principal people in India, c1783. Drawn by Wade and engraved by Walker, for "Millar's New, Complete and Universal System of Geography. Copper engraving.h 273mm x w 151mm£14Image to follow
P4629IndiaIndian Trees or Shrubs - The Su-ping and the Chew ku or Goyavas. Together with Quey pe or Cinnamon and the Ya ta or A-te, c1746 Engraved by J WOOD. and published in "A New General Collection of Voyages and Travels". Copper engraving. Condition. Some discolouration to paper> Tears to left-hand border. Not affectign imageh 313mm x w 194mm£30Image to follow
P4542IndiaAgraTomb of Elmad-Ood Doulah, Agra, c1858. Published in "The Indian Empire" by R Montgomery Martin, by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving. Condition. Water staining to top right hand border well away from and not affecting image.h 137mm x w 185mm£10Image to follow
P4544IndiaAgraJumma Musjid, Agra, 1831. Drawn by W Purser after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by T Boys. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraved antique print.h 115mm x w 183mm£12Image to follow
P4531IndiaAgraThe Fort of Agrai, 1842. Drawn by C Stanfield from a sketch by T Bacon and engraved by J H Kernot. Published by Fullarton. Steel engraving.h 99mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P4526IndiaAgraThe Tage-mah'l at Agra, c1834. Drawn by W Daniell and engraved by J Lee.Steel engravingh 98mm x w 148mm£8Image to follow
P4549IndiaAgraAgra, from the Jahara Baug, c1858. Drawn by T S Boys and engraved by W J Cooke. Published in the "History of the Indian Mutiny". Steel engravingh 114mm x w 184mm£12Image to follow
P43580IndiaAgraAgra, the scene of the late dreadful massacre, c1858. This view shows the 'superb mausoleum erected by Shah Jehan' otherwise known as the Taj-Mahal. Drawn by S Austin after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by E Challis. Published in the "History of the Indian Mutiny". Steel engraving.h 114mm x w 184mm£12Image to follow
P4580IndiaAgraAgra, The Scene of the Late Dreadful Massacres, c1858. Drawn by S Austin from a sketch by Capt R Elliot. Eengraved by E Challis and published in the "History of the Indian Mutiny". "This view shows the superb mausoleum erected by Shah Jehan" otherwise known as the Taj Mahal. Steel engraving.h 115mm x w 183mm£12Image to follow
P4568IndiaAgraAgra - View of the Principal Street, c1858. Published by the London Printing and Publishing Company.. Steel engraving.h 135mm x w 189mm£12Image to follow
P4599IndiaAgraTaj Mahal, Agra, 1831. Drawn by S Prout after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by Robert Wallis. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 113mm x w 162mm£12Image to follow
P4529IndiaAgraThe Fort of Agra,1842. Drawn by C Stanfield from a sketch by T Bacon and engraved by J H Kernot. Published by Fullarton. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P4562IndiaAllahabadView of Allahabad showing the Fort, 1858. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving. The fort lies on the banks of the Yamuna near where it joins the Ganges. It is recognised by the Archaeological Survey of India as a monument of national importance. Condition: crease marks in the paper in the sky. Otherwise a good copy.h 123mm x w 187mm£10Image to follow
P4582IndiaBijapurBejarpore, 1833. Drawn by S Prout after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by YT Jeavons. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 166mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P4576IndiaBijapurPalace of the Seven Stories, Bejarpore, 1831. Drawn by W Purser after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by W Finden. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 118mm x w 180mm£12Image to follow
P4572IndiaBijapurTaj Bowlee, Bejapore, c1833. Drawn by S Prout after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by YT Jeavons. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 117mm x w188mm£12Image to follow
P4566IndiaBijapurSingham Mahal, Torway, Bejapore, c1858. Drawn by D Cox from a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by H Wallis. steel engraving.h 120mm x w 183mm£10Image to follow
P4581IndiaBijapurMosque of Mustapha Khan,Beejapore, 1833. Drawn by W Purser after a sketch by Capt Grindlay and engraved by E Finden. Steel engraving.h 120mm x w 182mm£10Image to follow
P4523IndiaBombayBombay, c1860. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by A Willmore. Published by George Virtue. Steel engraving.h 108mm x w 185mm£15Image to follow
P4654IndiaBombayBombay Harbour, Fishing Boats in the Monsoon, 1835. Drawn by Clarkson Stanfield and engraved by E Goodall for "Views in India, China, and the Shores of the Red Sea". Steel engraving.h 120mm x w 185mm£14Image to follow
P4601IndiaBombayLanding at the Dockyard Bandee, of the remains of Lord Frederick Fitzclarence at Bombay, 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving. Unrelated text on reverse.h 150mm x w 235mm£10Image to follow
P4643IndiaBombayBombay, c1858. Drawn by T Allom and engraved by A Willimore. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 185mm£14Image to follow
P4651IndiaBurhanpurBurhanpur, The Suba's House, 1840. Drawn by C Dibden from a sketch by T Bacon, FSA and engraved by J E Varrall and published by A Fullarton and Company in "The Faiths of the World" by The Rev James Gardner. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 142mm£12Image to follow
P4525IndiaCalcuttaView of Calcutta from the Esplanade, No 2, c1858. Published in "The Indian Empire" by R Montgomery Martin, by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 122mm x w 192mm£14Image to follow
P4524IndiaCalcuttaView of Calcutta from the Esplanade, No 1, c1858. Published in "The Indian Empire" by R Montgomery Martin, by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 124mm x w 190mm£14Image to follow
P4522IndiaCalcuttaCalcutta, c1850. Published by Thomas Kelly. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 170mm£12Image to follow
P4521IndiaCalcuttaCalcutta, c1880. Drawn by F Frith and engraved by E P Dawson. Published in "The Age We Live In". Steel engraving.h 119mm x w 200mm£14Image to follow
P4645IndiaDeccanLannell River, Dekkan, India, 31 December 1816. Drawn by William Westall and engraved by Baily. Published by Joyce Gold, Naval Chronicle. Aquatint. Condition: Paper age discoloured but otherwise a good copy.h 93mm x w 202mm£12Image to follow
P4540IndiaDelhiBaoli and remains of the Palace of Jehanguir, at Delhi, 1842. Drawn by T C Dibdin from a sketch by T Bacon and engraved by Capone. Published by Fullarton. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P4647IndiaDelhiRuins, Old Delhi, 1833. Drawn by S Prout after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by S Lacey. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 115mm x w 184mm£12Image to follow
P4567IndiaDelhiDelhi, Ancient Gateway, c1839. Drawn by T C Dibden and engraved by Finden. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P4579IndiaDelhiRuins, south side of Old Delhi, 1833. Drawn by T Boys after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by G Hamilton. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 115mm x w 190mm£10Image to follow
P4578IndiaDelhiRuins at Old Delhi, c1834. Drawn by W Daniell and engraved by Wallis. Steel engraving.h 98mm x w 146mm£10Image to follow
P4586IndiaDelhiA ruin on the banks of the Jumna, above the city of Delhi, 1831. Drawn by W Purser from a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by W Taylor. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 115mm x w 183mm£10Image to follow
P4584IndiaDelhiDelhi, 1831. Drawn by W Purser from a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by W Miller. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 115mm x w 179mm£12Image to follow
P4618IndiaDelhiRuins of Old Delhi, 1834. Drawn by S Prout after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by S Lacey. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. Condition: slight discoloration to paper.h 117mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P4640IndiaDelhiCootub Minar, Delhi, erected between ad 1210 and 1231, c1858, Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 185mm x w 116mm£8Image to follow
P4570IndiaDwarkaThe Sacred Shrine of Dwarka, 1836. Drawn by W Purser after a sketch by Capt Grindlay and engraved by Robert Wallis. Steel engraving.h 78mm x w 117mm£8Image to follow
P4561IndiaFatehpur SikriRuins betrween Futtipur, Sikri and Biana, 1842. Drawn by T Creswick from a sketch by T Bacon and engraved by E Finden. Published by Fullarton. Steel engraving.h 100mm w 147mm£10Image to follow
P4596India GangotriGungootree, the sacred source of the Ganges, c1858. Drawn by T Allom and engraved by J H Kernot. Published in "The Indian Empire" by R Montgomery Martin, by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving. Condition. Water staining to bottom right hand border, not affecting image.h 129mm x w 192mm£10Image to follow
P4583IndiaGolcondaTombs of the Kings of Golconda, c1858. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 118mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P4598IndiaGwaliorThe Hill Fortress of Gwalior, c1858. Published by the London Printing and Publishing Company. Steel engraving. Condition: water staining to top right hand border. Not affecting imageh 127mm x w 185mm£8Image to follow
P4589IndiaHardidwarHurdwar, a place of Hindoo Pilgrimage, 1831. Drawn by S Prout Boys from a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by W J Cook.Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 117mm x w 185mm£14Image to follow
P4530IndiaHaridwarThe Chat, Hurdwar, Drawn by T C Dibden from a sketch by T Bacon and engraved by J Redaway. Steel engraving.h 101mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P4587IndiaHaridwarThe Great Temple, Hurdwar, c1840. Drawn by T C Dibden from a sketch by T Bacon, FSA and engraved by W Finden and published by A Fullarton and |Company in "The Faiths of the World" by The Rev. James Gardner. Steel engraving.h h97mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P4573IndiaHyderabadThe British Residency at Hyderabad, 1844. Drawn by Capt Grindlay and engraved by William Miller. Steel engraving.h 125mm x w 182mm£12Image to follow
P4639IndiaHyderabadThe Char Minar, Hydrabad, c1839. Drawn by H Warren from a sketch by Capt Meadows Taylor and engraved by J Redaway and published by A Fullarton and Company in "The Faiths of the World" by The Rev James Gardner. Steel engraving.h 142mm x w 105mm£8Image to follow
P4535IndiaJeyporeShuhur, Jeypore 1835. Drawn by W Purser after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by Percy Heath. Steel engraving. h 118mm x w 183mm£12Image to follow
P4595IndiaJumnootreeFugitive Sepoys taking refuge in a mountain fastness, near Jumnootree, on the Jumna, c1858. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving. h 126mm x w 188mm£10Image to follow
P4575IndiaKahalgaonScene at Colgong on the Ganges, c1858. Drawn by J M W Turner after a drawing form nature by G F White and engraved by E Goodhall. Steel engraving.h 133mm x w 208mm£12Image to follow
P4648IndiaKanpurCawpore, 1833. Drawn by S Prout after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by C Mottram. Steel engraving. Condition,: slight age discolouration of paper - not affecting image.h 115mm x w 183mm£12Image to follow
P4602IndiaKolkataFort William, in the Kingdom of Bengal, belonging to the East India Company of England, c1780s. Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 188mm£14Image to follow
P4600IndiaKolkataOn the Course (Maidan) Calcutta, with a view of Government House and the Ochterlony Monument, c1880. Wood engraving.h 140mm x w 205mm£10Image to follow
P4642IndiaKolkataCalcutta. The Esplanade, c1858. Drawn by T Allom and engraved by E Radclyffe. Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 183mm£14Image to follow
P4644IndiaKolkataThe Cremation Ghat at Calcutta, c1870. Drawn by Therond and engraved by Manini. Published by William Collins, Sons & Co in "All round the world: An illustrated record of Voyages, Travels, and Adventures in all parts of the Globe". Wood engraving. Text on reverse.h 16-mm x w 238mm£10Image to follow
P4528IndiaLucknowLucknow, c1880. Drawn by J Ramage and engraved by E P Brandard. Published in "The Age We Live In". Steel engraving.h 128mm x w 185mm£12Image to follow
P4527IndiaLucknowView of Lucknow, c1858. Published in "The Indian Empire" by R Montgomery Martin, by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 135mm x w 198mm£12Image to follow
P4604IndiaLucknowNo. 24 - View from the Iron Bridge, 1860. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and lithograph by E Walker. Published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph. This view from the iron bridge looks up the river Gumti towards the Chattar Manzil (Umbrella) Palace and the Dil Aram palace.h 202mm x w 275mm£25Image to follow
P4605IndiaLucknowNo 18 - Alum Bagh, from the advance 24-pounder battery picket, c1859. Lithograph. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". h 128mm x w 205mm£12Image to follow
P4606IndiaLucknowNo 12 - The Shah Nujeef, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph. h 138mm x w 214mm£10Image to follow
P4607IndiaLucknowNo 5 - View of Position captured from the rebels, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 202mm x w 278mm£25Image to follow
P4608IndiaLucknowNo 21 - The Chukkur Kothee on the left bank of the Goomtee, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 202mm x w 275mm£20Image to follow
P4609IndiaLucknowNo 19 - Fortress of Jellalabad, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 77mm x w 278mm£15Image to follow
P4610IndiaLucknowNo 2 - View from General Outram's Head Quaters (Dr Fayrer's House). Looking towards Palaces of Furrad Bux and Cuttal Munzal, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph. Condition: water staining to top border. Not affecting image.h 152mm x w 214mm£10Image to follow
P4611IndiaLucknowNo 26 - View of the Ggreat Iman Barra and the Roome, Durwaza. From Moosah Bagh end of the City, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 177mm x w 277mmSOLDImage to follow
P4612IndiaLucknowNo 10 - The Dil Khoosha Palace and the Martiniere, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 177mm x w 279mm£20Image to follow
P4613IndiaLucknowNo 23 - Iron Bridge from theleft bank of the Goomtee, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 203mm x w 278mm£25Image to follow
P4614IndiaLucknowNo 8 - Palaces held by Generals Outram's and Havelock's Troops, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson, lithograph byR M Bryson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 203mm x w 278mm£22Image to follow
P4615IndiaLucknowNo 7 - Palaces held by Generals Outram's and Havelock's Troops, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 205mm x w 279mm£25Image to follow
P4616IndiaLucknowNo 6 - View taken from the Residency, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 202mm x w 278mm£20Image to follow
P4617IndiaLucknowNo 22 - Budshur Bagh, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph.h 200mm x w 277mm£18Image to follow
P4619IndiaLucknowNo 92 - The Dil Khoosha Palace andthe MArtiniere, c1859. Drawn by Lieut-Col D S Dodgson and published by Day & Son in "General Views and Special Points of Interest of the City of Lucknow". Lithograph. h 139mm x w 204mm£14Image to follow
P4591IndiaLucknowThe Residency, Lucknow, c1858. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving. Condition: water staining to top right-hand corner of border. Not affecting image.h h 127mm x w 192mm£10Image to follow
P4650IndiaMaduraiThe Celebrated Hindoo Temples and Palace of Madura, in the southern Carnatic, c1858. Drawn by W Purser and engraved by W Floyd. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 117mm x w 186mm£12Image to follow
P4633IndiaMalabarVariousBoats on the Coast of Malabar, c1783. Drawn and engraved by J Lodge, for "Millar's New, Complete and Universal System of Geography". Copper engraving.h b282mm x w 152mm£14Image to follow
P4627IndiaMalabarVarious kinds of Vessels used on the Coast of Malabar, c1780. Published in Middleton's Complete System of Geography". Copper engraving.h 235mm x w 150mm£15Image to follow
P4563IndiaManduThe Water Palace, Mandoo, 1858. Drawn by Copley Fielding after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by W Floyd. Steel engraving.h 113mm x w 184mm£10Image to follow
P4536IndiaMuscatAn old fort at Muttra, c1835. Sketched by Commander Robert Elliott and published for "Views in India, China, and the Shores of the Red Sea...". Steel engraving.h 114mm x w 183mm£12Image to follow
P4532IndiaNilgiri MountainsKooner Pass, Neilgherri Mountains, c1839. Drawn by T Creswick from a sketch by Capt Meadows Taylor and engraved by J W Archer. Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 143mm£8Image to follow
P4565IndiaPuneView of Sassour, in the Deccan, south east of Poonan, c1858. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 118mm x w 183mm£12Image to follow
P4577IndiaPuriThe Temple of Juggernaut, c1844. Drawn by A G Vickers and engraved by T Barber. Published by Fisher, Son & Co. for Robert Elliot's "Views of India, China, and the Shores of the Red Sea,". Steel engraving. £10Image to follow
P4649IndiaRiver SutlejSunjeet Singh and his Suwarree on cavalcade of Seiks. Encamped under a Banian tree on the River Sultej. c 1844. Drawn by W Harvey from a drawing by G F White and engraved by G Prestbury. Steel engraving.h 138mm x w 202mm£14Image to follow
P4564IndiaSultanganjJanghera, or the Fakeers' Rock, on the Ganges, c1841. Drawn by C Stanfield from a sketch by G F White and engraved by J Sands. Steel engraving.h 127mm x w 194mm£10Image to follow
P4638IndiaSuratSurate ou Souratte, c1683. By Mallet, Copper engraving. Condition: Part of the title at the top has been obscured and written over in ink to form the word "Asie". This is alteration is not a modern fault but was an early correction as it appears on most if not all copies of this print.h 112mm x w 145mm£32Image to follow
P4626IndiaSuratA Prospect of the Castle of Surat, a great City of Indostan, commonly called the Mogul Empire in India, c1783. Drawn by Wade and engraved by Goldar for "Millar's New, Complete and Universal System of Geography. Copper engraving.h 222mm x w 304mm£35Image to follow
P4625IndiaSuratA View of Surat, c1770. Engraved by Michael Angelo Rooker. Copper engraving. Condition: Some age discolouration to paper mainly in borders.h 144mm x w 221mm£15Image to follow
P4588IndiaTons RiverFugitive Sepoys crossing the River Tonse - a tributary of the River Junna - by a Jhoola, c1858. Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited in "The Indian Empire". Steel engraving.h 125mm x w 190mm£10Image to follow
P4541IndiaVaranasiBenares (Varanasi) Ghats, c1858. Drawn by T Boys from a skeetch by Capt R Elliot. Engraved by Heath and published in "The Indian Empire" by R Montgomery Martin, by The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited. Steel engraving.h 114mm x w 180mm£10Image to follow
P4585IndiaVaranasiBenares, 1831. Drawn by W Purser after a sketch by Capt R Elliot and engraved by W Cooke. Published by Fisher and Sons. Steel engraving.h 117mm x w 181mm£14Image to follow
P4592IndiaVijaydurgGeriah Fort, 1781. Published by James Mackgowan & William Davis. Copper engraving. A British-commanded Indo-Portuguese naval force attacked the base of the Maratha pirate Tulagee Angria in February 1756. Admirals Pocock and Watson with their Indo-Portuguese naval force were attempting to suppress Tulagee Angria who had been attacking Portuguese and English ships. h 1534mm x w 220mm£18Image to follow