Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Lincolnshire Prints

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P1740LincolnshireTree planted by Rev J Wesleyas it last appeared, c1859. Published by John Kaye, Wesleyan Times Office. Steel engraving.h 60mm x w 95mm£8Image to follow
PL0017LincolnshireFlooded Out In Lincolnshire, 1869. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 172mm x w 237mm£10Image to follow
PL0008LincolnshireThe Form of the Decoys in Lincolnshire, c1722. Drawn by William Stukeley. Copper engraving.h 167mm x w 275mm£16Image to follow
P1690LincolnshireAncasterSudbrooke House, c1804. Drawn by J C Nattes. etched by W Poole and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 130mm x w 187mm£15Image to follow
PL0005LincolnshireAncasterProspect of Ancaster, July 20 1724. Drawn by William Stukeley and engraved by EKirkall. Copper engraving.h 150mm x w 270mm£30Image to follow
PL0016LincolnshireAunsbyAusmby (Aunsby) Linclonshire, 1858. Drawn by John Johnson and lithogrph by A Newman. Published in "Reliques of Ancient English Architecture". Lithograph. This copy is mopubted to a backing sheet at the corners. Text on reverse of image. h 218mm x w 315mm£14Image to follow
P1737LincolnshireBarton-upon-HumberBarton, c1835. Drawn by G B Topham and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. h 105mm x w 147mm£12Image to follow
P1696LincolnshireBeltonBelton House, c1804. Drawn by J C Nattes. etched by W Poole and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 133mm x w 190mm£15Image to follow
P1720LincolnshireBeltonBelton House, c1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by W Taylor for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England" Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 126mm£8Image to follow
P1688LincolnshireBoothby GraffoeSomerton Castle, c1802. Drawn by R Corbould from a sketch by J Espin and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. The castle is located near the hamlet of Boothby Graffoe.h 127mm x w 192mm£15Image to follow
P1699LincolnshireBostonBoston Church. The foundation stone laid 1309. Lanthorn of Tower is supposed not older than the middle of the 15th Century. To the Revd Bartholomew Goe M.A. Vicar, this view is respectfully dedicated by Sam Veall Junr. c1838. Engraving. Boston Church is formally know as St Botolph's Church andlocally as "The Stump".h 180mm x w 137mmSOLDImage to follow
P1724LincolnshireBostonOld House in Boston, c1850. Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 120mm£10Image to follow
P1732LincolnshireBostonThe Assembly Rooms, Market Place, Boston, c1835. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by J Rogers for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated". Steel engravingh 100mm x w 147mm£14Image to follow
PL0010LincolnshireBostonFestivities at Boston: Beginning the Construction of the New Dock, 17 June 1882. Pubished in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 227mm x w 313mm£18Image to follow
P1728LincolnshireBriggBrigg,c1835. Drawn by Joseph Livesey and engraved by J Rogers. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. h 100mm x w 151mm£15Image to follow
P1683LincolnshireBurwellBurwell Park, c1805. Drawn by T Espin and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 136mm x w 192mm£14Image to follow
PL0004LincolnshireCaistorSyfer Spring at Castor in Lincolnshire, July 26 1725 (a Roman Work). Drawn by William Stukeley and engraved by E Kirkall. Copper engraving.h 268mm x w 178mmSOLDImage to follow
PL0021LincolnshireCanterburyWorth Gate (a Roman Work) Canterbury, 6 October 1722. Newport Gate at Lincoln Sept 3 1722 The Arch of Roman Work. Drawn by William Stukeley. Copper engraving.h 250mm x w 170mmSOLDImage to follow
P1681LincolnshireColebyColeby Hall, c1804. Drawn by I C Nattes, ethced by W Poole and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 133mm x w 192mm£15Image to follow
PL0015LincolnshireColsterworthColsterworth Church, Lincolnshire, 1722. Drawn by William Stukeley. Copper engraving.h 102mm x w 202mm£18Image to follow
P0712LincolnshireCrowlandBuck, Samuel & Nathaniel, c1742, The South West View of Croyland Bridge near Spalding in the County of Lincoln, uncoloured engraving190mm x 360mm£35Image to follow
P0716LincolnshireCrowlandBuck, Samuel & Nathaniel, c1726, The West View of Croyland Abbey near Spalding in the County of Lincoln, uncoloured engraving190mm x 360mm£35Image to follow
P1694LincolnshireCrowlandLangton Hall, c1797. Drawn by T Girtin. Engraved and published by B Howlett. Copper engraving with later hand colouringh h 126mm x w 183mm£15Image to follow
P1694LincolnshireCrowlandCroyalnd Abbey, c1797. Drawn by T Girtin from a sketch by James Moore. Engraved and published by B Howlett. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 182mm x w 137mm£15Image to follow
P1721LincolnshireCrowlandCrowland Abby,(Crowland Abbey) c1764. By J Ryland / B Ralph for Thomas Kitchin's England Illustrated. Copper engraving.h 107mm x w 120mm£10Image to follow
P1725LincolnshireCrowlandCrowland Abbey in Lincolnshire , c1766 Published in "A New Display of the Beauties of England". Copper engraving.h 108mm x w 192mm£10Image to follow
P1729LincolnshireCrowlandCrowland Bridge, c1780. Copper engraving.h 79mm x w 125mm£8Image to follow
P1738LincolnshireCrowlandTriangular Bridge, Croyland, Lincolnshire. c1850. Published by Rock & Co. Steel engraving.h 57mm x w 90mm£9Image to follow
PL0020LincolnshireCrowlandThe South Prospect of the Conventuall Church of Croyland, c1655-1672.' Drawn and engraved by Daniel King and published in William Dugdale's "Monasticon Anglicanum" (1655) and "The Cathedrall and Conventuall Churches of England and Wales" (1672).h 165mm x w 283mm£30Image to follow
PL0019LincolnshireCrowlandThe West Prospect of the Church of Croyland, c1655-1672. Drawn and engraved by Daniel King and published in William Dugdale's "Monasticon Anglicanum" (1655) and "The Cathedrall and Conventuall Churches of England and Wales" (1672)h 235mm x w 175mm£28Image to follow
P1684LincolnshireDentonDenton House, c1804. Drawn by J C Nattes. etched by W Poole and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 130mm x w 187mm£15Image to follow
P1719LincolnshireDentonDenton House, c1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by William Lacey for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England" Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 123mm£6Image to follow
P1678LincolnshireEpworthEpworth Church, Lincolnshire. Rev J Wesley preaching on his father's grave, c1859. Published by John Kaye, Wesleyan Times Office. Steel engraving.h 63mm x w 95mm£8Image to follow
P1679LincolnshireEpworthThe Birth-place of the Rev John Wesley, Epworth, c1840. Drawn and engraved for Dugdale's "Curiosities of Great Britain. England & Wales Delineated". Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 133mm£7Image to follow
P1711LincolnshireEpworthEpworth Church, Lincolnshire, with tree planted by Rev J Wesley A.M. 1859. Published by John Kaye, Wesleyan Times Office. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 60mm x w 90mm£8Image to follow
P1741LincolnshireEpworthRectory, Epworth, Lincolnshire. The Birth place of John Wesley, c1859. Published by John Kaye, Wesleyan Times Office. Steel engraving.h 60mm x w 90mm£8Image to follow
P1691LincolnshireFillinghamSummer Castle (also known as Fillingham Castle), c1804. Drawn by J C Nattes. etched by W Poole and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 122mm xw 188mm£15Image to follow
P1704LincolnshireFreistonFreiston Church, c1830. Drawn by T Allen and engraved by J Shury. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 150mm£12Image to follow
P1701LincolnshireGainsboroughGainsborough, 1838. Drawn by B G Topham and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders. Steel engraving.h 106mm x w 155mm£14Image to follow
P1702LincolnshireGainsboroughColsterowrth Church, Lincolnshire, c1722. Drawn by Stukeley for the "Itinerarium curiosum: or, An account of the antiquities, and remarkable curiosities in nature or art, observed in travels through Great Britain". Copper engraving with later hand colouring. h 103mm x w 200mmSOLDImage to follow
P1707LincolnshireGainsboroughGainsborough from the Retford Road, c1836. Drawn by Joseph Livesey and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. h 105mm x w153mm£10Image to follow
P1708LincolnshireGainsboroughGainsborough from the Retford Road, c1835. Drawn by Joseph Livesey and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 105mm x w153mm£12Image to follow
P1713LincolnshireGainsboroughGainsborough, c1835. Engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving.h 105mm x w 155mm£13Image to follow
P1685LincolnshireGate BurtonGate Burton, c1798. Drawn by J C Nattes and engraved and published by B Howlett. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 132mm x 188mm£15Image to follow
P1676LincolnshireGranthamGrantham from Spittlegate Hill, c 1845. Drawn by W H Cubley and publsihed by T Bushby, Grantham. Steel engraving. Scarce.h 93mm x w 170mm£15Image to follow
P1700LincolnshireGranthamGrantham, c1831. Drawn by W Bartlett and engraved by J Rogers. Published by John Saunders for the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. Slight foxing to border not affecting image.h 102mm x w 153mm£14Image to follow
P1710LincolnshireGranthamGrammar School at Gantham, Lincolnshire, c1800. Copper engraving. Laid on thin card. Sir Isaac Newton was educated at this school.h 93mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P1730LincolnshireGranthamGrantham Market Place, c1836. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by T Clark for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated". Steel engraving h 98mm x w 155mm£17Image to follow
P1736LincolnshireGranthamGrantham, c1836. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving.h 102mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P1709LincolnshireGrimsthorpeGrimsthorpe Castle, c1835. Drawn by O N Simpson and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 153mm£9Image to follow
P1686LincolnshireHarlaxtonNorton Place, c1803. Drawn by F Nash from a sketch by T Espin and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h h 129mm x w 194mm£15Image to follow
P1687LincolnshireHarlaxtonHarlaxton Manor House, c1800. Drawn by James Bourne and engraved and published by B Howlett. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 128mm x w 185mm£15Image to follow
P1722LincolnshireHarlaxtonHarlaxton Manor House, c1835. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engravingh 103mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow
PL0009LincolnshireHarlaxtonThe Old Manor House, Harlaxton, c1845. Drawn by C J Richardson. Sepia aquatint. Tear to top margin with old repairs not affecting image. h 236mm x w 350mm£45Image to follow
P0011LincolnshireHorncastleTha Annual Horse Fair at Horncastle, Lincolnshire, 20 August 1864. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 240mm x w 345mm£35Image to follow
P1714LincolnshireLeadenhamLeadenham, c1830, Drawn by G B Topham and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. h105mm x w 151mm£10Image to follow
P1698LincolnshireLincolnKeep Tower, Lincoln Castle, c1828. Drawn by W H Bartlett and engraved by J Le Keux. Published in Britton's "Picturesque Antiquities of English Cities". Steel engraving.h 130mm x w 185mm£12`Image to follow
P1716LincolnshireLincolnNewport Gate, Lincoln, c1835. Engraved by J Rogers. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. Later hand colouring.h 102mm x w 147mmSOLDImage to follow
P1731LincolnshireLincolnThe High Bridge over the Wytham, Lincoln, c1836. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by J Tingle for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated". Steel engravingh 137mm x w 98mm£10Image to follow
P1733LincolnshireLincolnLincoln, from the River Witham. c1835. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by S T Davies for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated". Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 97mm x w 152mmSOLDImage to follow
P1734LincolnshireLincolnhe High Bridge over the Wytham, Lincoln, c1836. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by J Tingle for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated". Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 137mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
P1739LincolnshireLincolnCity of Lincoln, c1855. Engraved by Newman and Co and published by C Akrill, Lincoln. Steel engraving.h 70mm x w 92mm£10Image to follow
PL0024LincolnshireLincolnThe First Lincolnshire Rifle Volunteers taking a march down the River Witham on skates, 19 January 1861, Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 232mm x w 345mm£20Image to follow
PL0018LincolnshireLincolnChori Ecclesia Cathedralis B: Maria virg. Lincolnia Prospectus Interior (Interior of Lincoln Cathedral) c1672. Drawn and engraved by Wencelaus Hollar. Copper engraving. Central fold as issued.h 285mm x w 322mm£90Image to follow
PL0192LincolnshireLincolnPerspective View of the Cathedral, and City of Lincoln, c1772. Published by John Cooke in Nathaniel Spencer's "The Complete English Traveller, or a New Survey and Description of England and Wales". Copper engraving. Repaired tear/crease to right-han, otherwise good copy. h 158mm x w 274£20Image to follow
P1697LincolnshireLouthLouth Church: Lincolnshire. View of the East End, 1812. Drawn and engraved by B Howlett for the "Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain". Copper engraving.h 190mm x w 145mm£10Image to follow
P1680LincolnshireManthorpeGreat Oak in Bowthorpe Park, c1805. Drawn by I C Nattes and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 135mm x w 193mm£18Image to follow
P2202LincolnshireManthorpeGreat Oak in Bowthorpe Park, 1805. Drawn by I C Nattes and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving.h 137mm x w 193mm£20Image to follow
P1695LincolnshireNoctonNocton. c1801. Drawn by R Corbould from a sketch by J Espin and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouringh 1345mm x w 188mmSOLDImage to follow
P1706LincolnshireRiver TrentFerry on the Trent, c1835. Drawn by Joseph Livesey and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. h 107mm x w 154mm£12Image to follow
P1718LincolnshireScrivelsbyScrivelsby Hall, Lincolnshire, c1837. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by W Deeble for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated." Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 157mm£9Image to follow
P1727LincolnshireScrivelsbyScrievelsby Hall,Lincolnshire, c1837. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by W Deeble for Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated". Steel engraving with later hand colouringh 97mm x w 157mm£12Image to follow
P1723LincolnshireSleafordSouth East View of Sleaford, c1825. Drawn and engraved by R L Wright for J Creasey "Sketches, Illustrative Of The Topography And History Of New And Old Sleaford: In The County Of Lincoln, And Of Several Places In The Surrounding Neighborhood." Copper engraving.h 103mm x w 152mm£11Image to follow
P1689LincolnshireStoke RochfordStoke Rochford, c1802. Drawn by J Bourne and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 125mm x w 194mm£10Image to follow
P1712LincolnshireStowStow Church, c1830. Drawn by T Allen and engraved by J Rogers. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving.h 102mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P1715LincolnshireTattershallTattershall Castle,Lincolnshire, c1836. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by E Challis fo Thomas Allom's "The Counties of Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Rutland, & Lincoln Illustrated." Steel engraving.h 102mm x w 155mm£12Image to follow
P1735LincolnshireTattershallThe East View of Tattershal Castle in the County of Lincoln, c1776. Copper engraving.h 75mm x w 139mm£10Image to follow
PL0003LincolnshireTattershallView of Tattershal Castle in Lincoln-Shire, c1769. Engraved for "England Display'd". Copper engraving.h 145mm x w 235mm£18Image to follow
P1703LincolnshireTealbyBayons Manor, c1855. Lithographed by Augustus Butler and published by Stannard & Dixon in "Visitation of Seats by J B Burke. Lithograph.h 110mm x w 193mm£12Image to follow
P1692LincolnshireTemple Bruer with Temple High GrangeTemple Bruer, c1801. Drawn by W Alexander from a sketch by T Espin. Engraved and published by B Howlett. Copper engraving with later hand colouring. Temple Bruer is one of the few remaining Knights Templer sites left in England.h137mm x w 186mm£15Image to follow
P1682LincolnshireTorkseyTorksey Castle, c1802. Drawn by J Buckler from a skeetch by T Espin and engraved by B Howlett. Published by W Miller. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.h 128mm x w 194mm£14Image to follow
P1705LincolnshireTorkseyTorksey, c1835. Drawn by Joseph Livesey and engraved by W Watkins. Published by John Saunders in the "History of Lincolnshire". Steel engraving. Foxing in margins not affecting image.h 107mm x w 152mm£8Image to follow
PL0002LincolnshireWinteringhamThe Scite of the Roman town at Wintringham, 24 July 1724. Abontrus. Drawn by William Stukeley and engraved by E Kirkhall. Copper engraving with ater hand colouring.h 170mm x w 273mm£40Image to follow
P1726LincolnshireWoodhall SpaMoor Tower, or Tower Moor, near Horn Castle in the County of Lincoln, together with The North West Prospect of Berlings, near Lincoln, c1767. Printed by Newbery and Carnan for ?A Description of England and Wales. Copper engraving.h 73mm x w 140mm£8Image to follow
P1677LincolnshireWoolsthorpe-by-ColsterworthThe Birth Place of Sir Isaac Newton, Wolsthorpe, c1845. Drawn and engraved for Dugdale's "Curiosities of Great Britain. England & Wales Delineated". Steel engraving.h 73mm x w 105mm£7Image to follow