Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Military Prints

Ref Subject Location Description Size Price Image
P0024MilitaryVictorian Mounted Rifles, by H Bunnett, c1890, chromolithograph.230mm x 200mm£30Print of Court Marlow
P0025MilitaryThe Scots Guards by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph220 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0026MilitaryThe Princess Victoria's Royal Irish Fusiliers by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph225 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0027Military1st (Royal) Dragoons, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph235 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0028MilitaryThe Royal Artillery, G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph.225 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0029MilitaryThe 10th Prince of Wales' Own Royal Hussars, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph215 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0030MilitaryThe 25th King's Own Scottish Borderers, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph.225 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0031MilitaryThe 43rd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph.230 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0032MilitaryThe London Scottish Volunteers, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph230 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0033MilitaryThe Durham Light Infantry, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph230 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0034MilitaryThe Royal Engineers, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph235 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0035MilitaryA Military Doctor, by G Douglas Giles, c1890, Publ J S Virtue & Co, chromolithograph235 x 158mm£25Print of soldiers
P0052MilitarySentinel of the Zouaves, before Sevastopol, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 19 February 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0053MilitaryFortress of Yenikale looking towards the sea of Azoff, before Sevastopol, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 13 August 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0054MilitaryMine of the Bastiion du Mat, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 20 May 1856 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0055MilitaryCamp of the light Division, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 27 September 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0056MilitaryThe Graves in the Fort on Cathcart's Hill of the Officers 4th Division who fell at Inkermann, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 1 March 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0057MilitaryThe camp of the 1st Division looking south towards the camp of the 2nd Division. The heights of Inkermann in the distance, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 19 March 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0058MilitaryCamp of the Naval Brigade before Sevastopol, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 1 March 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0059MilitaryDistant view of Lord Raglan's Headquaters before Sebastopol, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 18 January 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0060MilitarySebastopol from the rear of the English batteries, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 15 January 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0061MilitaryCommissariat Difficulties, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 9 February 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0062MilitaryQuarantine Cemetry and Church with French Battery No. 50, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 27 February 1856 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0063MilitaryThe Ruins of Inkerman and City of Caverns, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 22 May 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0064MilitaryHighland Brigade Camp, looking south, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 24 May 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0065MilitarySebastopol fromn the 26 Gun Battery on the extreme right of French attack, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 20 March 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0066MilitarySebastopol from old Chersonese and ancient church of St Vladimir, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 28 May 1856 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0067MilitaryChurch of St Peter and St Paul, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 29 April 1856 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0068MilitaryThe Valley of the Shadow of Death, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 11 June 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0069MilitaryThe New Works at the Siege of Sebastopol on the right attack, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 24 May 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0070MilitaryDitch of the Malakoff Battery Gervais and rear of the Redan, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 20 May 1856 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea Warh 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0071MilitarySebastopol from the Sea, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 24 April 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea Warh 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0072MilitaryThe Valley of Baidar,from Petroski's villa looking east by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 10 October 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0073MilitaryPrince Wolkonzoff's Palace,near Yalta on the SOuth Coast of the Crimea by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 15th June 1855by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0074MilitaryThe north side of the harbour of Sebastopol, by William Simpson,from Golnaghis' Authentic Series, Published 25 October 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi. Original sepia lithograph of the Crimea War.h 260mm x w 420mmSOLDImage to follow
P0746MilitarySoldato Svizzero c1830. (Swizz soldier Original engraving with ahnd colouringh 230mm x w 152mm£30Image to follow
P0761MilitaryIbraham Pascha's Camp, c1857. Drawn and engrved by A Carse. Published in England's Battles by Sea and Land A Complete Record of the Naval and Military Conflicts of the British Nation, With Their Labours, Triumphs, and Disasters, c1857. Steel engraving.h 110mm x w 170mm plus decorat£12Image to follow
P2040MilitaryPortsmouthReturn 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 400mm (sheet)£18Image to follow