Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Lanarkshire Prints

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PL0322LanarkshireCathedral and Episcopal Palace of Glasgow, 1783. Drawn by Thomas Hearne with figures by F Bartolozzi and engraved by William Byrne and T Medland for "The Antiquities of Great Britain, illustrated in View of Monasteries, Castles, and Churches now Existing". Copper engraving. Scarce. h 185mm x w 247mm£45Image to follow
P0579LanarkshireBiggarBiggar Collegiate Church, c1790. Published by J Hooper. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 118mm x w 174mm (image)£10Image to follow
P0538LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle in Clydsdale, c1778. Drawn by P Sandby and engraved by D Lerplnier for Sandby's.'The Virtuosi's Museum, Containing Select Views in England, Scotland, and Ireland'. Copper engraving.h 130mm x w 183mm (image)£20Image to follow
P0627LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle on the Clyde, c1835. Drawn by T Allom and engraved by H Wallis. Originally published in "Scotland Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 116mm x w 177mm (image)£12Image to follow
P4694LanarkshireBothwellInside of Bothwell Castle, 1778. Drawn by Sandby and engraved by W Watts. Published by G Kearly. Copper engraving.h h 130mm x w 183mm£20Image to follow
P4695LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle, Clydesdale, c1816. Drawn and engraved by J Greig for the "Antiquarian Itinerary". Copper engraving.h 60mm x w 75mm£4Image to follow
P4696LanarkshireBothwellThe Battle of Bothwell Bridge, 1837. Drawn by W Harvey and engraved by J D Allen for "Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Book". Steel engraving.h 82mm x w 133mm£7Image to follow
P4700LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle, 1803. Drawn by G Walker and engraved by W Byrne. Published by Cadell and Davies for Dr Cririe's Tour Through Scotland". Copper engraving.h 179mm x w 192mm£15Image to follow
P4699LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle, Clydesdale, 1813. Drawn by J Greig from a painting by L Clennell for the "Border Antiquities of England and Scotland. Condition - some slight foxing.h 153mm x w 203mm£10Image to follow
P4701LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle. Engraved from an Original Drawing, 1775. Drawn by Paul Sandby d engraved by W Godfrey. Copper engraving. Condition - tears to bottom and left hand margins - just affecting image on left-hand side.h 148mm x w 214mm£20Image to follow
P4705LanarkshireBothwellVue du Chateau de Bothwell, c1707. Copper engravingh 123mm x w 153mm£18Image to follow
P4698LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle, 1798. Published in Robert Scott's "Picturesque Views of Scotland"". Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P4703LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle. c1854. Drawn by Samuel Prout and printed by Day & Son for John Parker Lawsons "Scotland Delineated in a Series of Views". Colour lithograph.h 138mm x w 191mm£18Image to follow
P4704LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Castle. c1860. Drawn by Samuel Prout and printed by John G Murdoch in "Scotland, Picturesque, Historical, Descriptive". Colour lithograph.h 138mm x w 191mm£18Image to follow
P4773LanarkshireBothwellBothwell Bridge, c1840. This print depicts The Battle of Bothwell Bridge, which took place on 22 June 1679. The battle was between government troops and militant Presbyterian Covenanters, and signalled the end of their brief rebellion. Painted by A Cooper and engraved by H Rolls. Steel engraving.Trimmed close to title.h 78mm x w 100mm£5Image to follow
P4702LanarkshireBothwell CastleBothwell Castle, 1830. Drawn by R R Reinagle and engraved by E Finden. Published by Charles Tilt in Sir Walter Scott's "Landscape illustrations of the Waverley novels", 1832. Steel engraving.h 83mm x w 120mm£8Image to follow
P4163LanarkshireCoulterThe Clyde near Coulter, c1860s. Engraving wiht later hand colouring. Unrelated text on reverse.h 63mm x w 137mm£6Image to follow
P0592LanarkshireCrossfordCraignethan Castle, c1789. Drawn by J Dinholme and engraved by Robertson. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 102mm x w 163mm (image)£8Image to follow
P4729LanarkshireDrumclogScene of the Battle of Drumclog, 1859. Published in John Taylor's "Pictorial History of Scotland". Steel engraving.h 105mm x w 195mm£12Image to follow
P3402LanarkshireGlasgowView from North West Corner of Blythswood Square, Glasgow, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 90mm x w 173mm£14Image to follow
P3399LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow, View of the Old Bridge, Park Place &c from the south side of the river. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 90mm x w 165mm£14Image to follow
P3400LanarkshireGlasgowWoodside Crescent, St Jude's Chapel, St Peter's Chapel, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 85mm x w 180mm£14Image to follow
P3401LanarkshireGlasgowView of Carlton Place, Laurieston &c from the north side of the river, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's "Sketch of the History of Glasgow", 1847, with two additional views.h 85mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P3398LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow, Mechanics Institution, North Hanover Street, Saltmarket Street, looking north, Greyfriars Church, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's "Sketch of the History of Glasgow", 1847, with two additional views.h 80mm x w 185mm£15Image to follow
P3408LanarkshireGlasgowView of the Cross Trongate &c, Glasgow, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 92mm x w 175mm£15Image to follow
P3403LanarkshireGlasgowView of Glasgow from the Green, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 75mm x w 146mm£15Image to follow
P3397LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow, British Linen Bank Buildings , Gorbals Church, St Enoch's Church, 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 75mm x w 170mm£15Image to follow
P3396LanarkshireGlasgowView of the Harbour of Glasgow from the Bridge (sunset), 1843. Originally published in Allan and Ferguson's "Views in Glasgow". In 1843 Allan and Ferguson, one of Glasgow's leading firms of lithographers, draughtsmen and engravers, advertised the publication of a new series of Views in Glasgow. They were 'Engraved on Steel, in the first style of art, from Original Drawings, executed expressly for this Work, and surrounded with beautiful Medallion Frame-work'. There were 21 plates in two parts. Theses were reproduced in James Pagan's Sketch of the History of Glasgow, 1847, with two additional views.h 85mm x w 175mm£15Image to follow
P3488LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow, c1740. Published in Mr Tindal's "Principal Town & Cities Scotland". Copper engraving. This view of Glasgow was taken from a page containing views of Edinburgh, Sterling, Aberdeen, Sterling Castle, Glasgow, Channery Town in Ross, Edinburgh Castle, St. Andrews, Dunotyr Castle in Merns, The Bass & Montrose. Hence it is trimmed close to the image on three sides.h 83mm x w 171mm£12Image to follow
P3497LanarkshireGlasgowOld Sugar House, 138 Gallowgate, Glasgow 1848. Drawn by William Simpson, and printed by Allan & Ferguson in Robert Stuart's "Views and Notices of Glasgow in Former Times". Lithograph with later hand colouring.h 89mm x w 126mm£10Image to follow
P3496LanarkshireGlasgowThe Hunterian Museum, Glasgow, 1830. Drawn by T H Shepherd and engraved by A Fox. Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
P3499LanarkshireGlasgowNew Bridge and Bronielaw, Glasgow, c 1842. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by R Wallis. Steel engraving.h 124mm x w 180mm£12Image to follow
P3500LanarkshireGlasgowThe Broomielaw Bridge, Glasgow (From a photograph by J. Valentine and Sons, Dundee.) 1898. Published by Cassell in "Our Own Country Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial". Wood engraving.h 136mm x w 202mm£8Image to follow
P3502LanarkshireGlasgowLe College de Glasgow, 1727. Engraved by Pierre Van Der Aa and published in James Beeverell's "The Miniature Edition of Estates of Great Britain and Ireland". Copper engraving with late hand colouring..h 123mm x w 152nnSOLDImage to follow
P3487LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow, High Green, Hutcheson Bridge etc, c1848. Drawn by W Harvey from a sketch by T H Hair and engraved by T A Prior. Steel engraving.h 139mm x w 198mm£18Image to follow
P3483LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow, 1843. Engraved by S Davenport and published by Thomas Kelly in the "New and Universal English Dictionary", Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 173mmSOLDImage to follow
P3490LanarkshireGlasgowRoyal Academy, Glasgow, c1850 . Engraved by T G Flowers and published by T & W McDowall. Steel engraving.h 80mm x w 115mm£10Image to follow
P3491LanarkshireGlasgowGeorge Square, Glasgow, c1850s. Pritned by Banks & Co. Steel engraving.h 77mm x w 121mm£10Image to follow
P3489LanarkshireGlasgowA View of Glasgow, 18th century. Copper engraving.h 89mm x w 163mm£12Image to follow
P3492LanarkshireGlasgowGlasgow from the Green, c1832. Drawn by W Westall and engraved by E Francis for W Westall's "The Landscape Album of Great Britain or Great Britain Illustrated in a series of Sixty Views". Steel engraving.h 89mm x w 140mm£8Image to follow
PL0314LanarkshireGlasgowPerspective View of the City Of Glasgow, in the County Of Clydesdale, c1790. Engraved for "The Complete English Traveller". Copper engraving.h 158mm x w 273mm£35Image to follow
PL0311LanarkshireGlasgowView of the City of Glasgow, in the County of Clydesdale, 1783. Published by Alexander Hogg in George Henry Millar's "New Complete & Universal System of Geography". Copper engraving. Trimmed close to printed border top and bottom.h 218mm x w 335mm£50Image to follow
PL0315LanarkshireGlasgowCathedral Church of Glasgow, 1779. Drawn by Thomas Hearne and engraved by William Byrne for "The Antiquities of Great Britain, illustrated in View of Monasteries, Castles, and Churches now Existing". Copper engraving. Scarce. Slight discolouration to edge of page not affecting image.h 183mm x w 253mm£40Image to follow
P0539LanarkshireHamiltonScene in Cadyow Park, Lnarkshire, c1836. Drawn by H McCulloch and engraved by G Richardson. Steel engraving.Cadzow Park was famous for its herd of whtie cattle.h 116mm x w 162mm (image)£10Image to follow
P3412LanarkshireHamiltonCollegiate Church at Hamilton, 1789. Engraved by Sparrow and published by S Hooper in Grose's "Antiquities of Scotland". Copper engraving.h 123mm x w 177mm£8Image to follow
P4719LanarkshireLinn ParkCathcart Castle and villa of Cartside, the property of J Hill Esqr, c1798. Drawn by J Denholm and engraved by R Scott. Copper engraving.h 10mm x w 172mm£8Image to follow
P0166LanarkshireNew LanarkSandby, G. A View down the River Clyde from the top of Cory Lin, Published by G Kearsley 1778.h 157mm x w 187mm£18Image to follow
P4754LanarkshireStonebyres Falls, River ClydeStonebyres, Milton Lockhart (Dunbartonshire) and Lee House (Lee Castle), c1845. Engraved by W H Lizars and published by D c Budge, Lanark. Steel engraving.h 87mm x 169mm£12Image to follow
P4748LanarkshireStrathavenStrathaven Castle, Lanarkshire, 1816. Drawn and engraved by J Greig for the "Antiquarian Itinerary". Copper engraving.h 60mm x w 78mm£6Image to follow