Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Kinross-shire Prints

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P4158Kinross-shireKinrossLoch Orr Castle, 1790. Engraved by Sparrow and published by s Hooper in Grose's "Antiquities of Scotland". Copper engraving. This castle is also known as Inchgall Castle.h 124mm x w 176mm£10Image to follow
P0573Kinross-shireLoch LevenCastle of Loch Leven, c1853. Drawn by J Fleming and engraved by J Smith. Originally produced for "Scotland Illustrated"" by William Beattie. It was here in 1567 that Queen Mary was imprisoned and forced to abdicate before her escape a year later. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 125mm x w 193mm (image)£14Image to follow
P0596Kinross-shireLoch LevenLoch Leven Castle, c1791. Published by J Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 127mm x w 174mm (image)£10Image to follow
P3384Kinross-shireLoch LevenLoch Leven Castle, 1791. Published by S Hooper in Grose's "Antiquities of Scotland". Copper engraving.h 127mm x w 173mm£10Image to follow
P3467Kinross-shireLoch LevenUntitled view (Loch Leven), 1802. Published by Mr Dibdin. Aquatint.h 185mm x w 232mm£12Image to follow
P3478Kinross-shireLoch LevenLoch Leven Castle, from Kinross, 1830. Drawn by T H Shepherd and engraved by S Lacey. Steel engraving.h 96mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P3447Kinross-shireLoch LevenLoch Leven Castle, from Kinross, 1830. Drawn by T H Shepherd and engraved by S Lacey. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 96mm x w 152mm£12Image to follow