Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Naval Prints

Ref Subject Location Description Size Price Image
P1998NavalThe Baltic Fleet at Anchor at Spithead, 14 April 1855. Drawn by J W Carmichael. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 284mm x w 450mm (sheet)£20Image to follow
P1985NavalThe Volunteer Review at Portsmouth: The Gun-Boats Medina, Medway, Ant and Speedy opening Fire on the Enemy, 15 April 1882. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 290mm x w 405mm (sheet)£15Image to follow
P2000NavalThe Grand Naval Review - Liberty Men going on Shore - Sketched by J W Carmichael, 26 April 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 4076mm x w 273mm£14Image to follow
P2004NavalThe International Naval Festival at Portsmouth: The French Fleet leaving Spithead, 16 September 1865. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. Tear to left-hand margin, not affecting image.h 280mm x w 400mm (sheet)£14Image to follow
P2003NavalThe International Naval Festival at Portsmouth: The Meting of th eReine, Hortense and the Osborne, 9 September 1865. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. h 283mm z w 420mm£16Image to follow
P1993NavalThe International Naval Festival at Portsmouth: The British Admiral's Flagship returning the Salute of the French Fleet, 16 September 1865. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. h 285mm x w 487mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P1984NavalReturn of the Prince of Wales: The Serapis coming alongside the Jetty at Portsmouth, 20 May 1876. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 273mm x w 405mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P1988NavalThe Baltic Flying Squadron of 1856, 8 March 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News. Wood engraving.h 2809mm x w 405mm£20Image to follow
P2041NavalThe Artic Expidition - The look out, or "Crow's Nest" at the mast-head of the Albert; A Cabin on board the Albert; and A Cabin on board the Discovery, 5 June 1875. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 402mm x w 274mm (sheet)£15Image to follow
P2042NavalThe Volunteer Review at Portsmouth: The Gun Boats Medina, Medway, Ant and Speedy opening Fire on the enemy, 15 April 1882. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 287mm x w 400mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P2044NavalThe Gun-boat Flotilla off Ryde, Isle fo Wight, 23 Feb 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 270mm x w 406mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P2022NavalFloating Batteries and Naval Vessels at the Naval review at Spithead, c1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 280mm x w 420mm(sheet)£15Image to follow
P2043Naval"Spithead": Boat's Crew Recovering an Anchor, - By Turner - in the South Kensington Museum,January 23 1860. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 275mm x w 405mm£25Image to follow
P2011NavalFleet Forming Line Abreast - drawn by E Weedon, 20 August 1853. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. The ships shown are the Terrible, Valorous, Leopard, Odin, Highflyer, Imperieuse, Edinburgh, Wellington, Magicienne, Fairy, Agamennon, Houge, Ajax, Arrogant, Tribune, Desperate, Sidon, Vesuvius.h 280mm x w 405mm (sheet)£15Image to follow
P2038NavalFuneral of the Duke of Albany: Landing the body from the Royal Yacht Osborne at Portsmouth, 12 April 1881. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engravingh 290mm x w 410mm (sheet)£12Image to follow
P2032NavalThe Naval Review: Dance on Board HMS "Caesar" 91, Capt Robb - from a sketch by J W Carmichael, 3 May 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 285mm x w 408mm£15Image to follow
P2007NavalThe Toast of "The United States Navy": The Luncheon to the Crews of the American Squadron at Portsmouth. Drawn by F J Waugh, 18 July 1903. Published in the Graphic.h 300mm x w 396mm (sheet)£14Image to follow
P0851NavalGosportGosport, Flag ship saluting, c1842 Drawn by E W Cooke and engraved by E Finden. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. h 125 x w 175mmSOLDImage to follow
P2002NavalPortsmouthThe International Naval Festival at Portsmouth: The Reine Hortense leaving Portsmouth Harbour, 16 September 1865. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 290mm x w415mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2001NavalPortsmouthMen-of-war's men leaving Portsmouth for the Baltic Fleet, 14 April 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 274mm x w 405mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P1999NavalPortsmouthThe Naval Review - The Queen and Royal family embarking at Portsmouth - Sketched by R Landells, 3 May 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. This image shows what would appear to be the Royal Train.h 268mm x w 400mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P2005NavalPortsmouthThe Naval Review - The Queen's Yacht leaving Portsmouth Harbour, 10 May 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 275mm x w 406mmSOLDImage to follow
P2017NavalPortsmouthThe Grand Naval Review - Excursionists on the Floating-Bridge at Portsmouth, 26 April 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving. Samll tear to right-hand margin - not affecting image.h 278mm x w 398mm£20Image to follow
P2018NavalPortsmouthThe Grand Naval Revie - Excursionists foing to view the Fleet, - scene on the "Hard", 26 April 1856. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 280mm x w 405mm (sheet)£18Image to follow
P2010NavalPortsmouthWomen leaving "The Hard" Portsea, for the Baltic Fleet, 14 April 1855. Published in the Illustrated London News, Wood engraving.h 275mm x w 400mm (sheet)SOLDImage to follow
P2644NavalThe NoreNore Lights, c1838. Drawn by William Tombleson and engraved by W Taylor. Originally published in "Tombleson's Views of the Thames and Medway" Steel engraving.h 135mm x w 177mm£15Image to follow