Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Yorkshire Prints

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P1652YorkshireWheatley, c1798. Drawn by Malton and engraved by Medland. Published by Harrison. Copper engraving.h 106mm x w 157mmSOLDImage to follow
P1648YorkshireAldbrough St JohnStanwick, The Seat of the Rt Hon Earl Percy, c1777. Drawn by J Bailey and engraved by Godfrey. Copper engraving. Stanwick is located in Aldborough St John.h 132mm x w 193mm£20Image to follow
P1650YorkshireBolton BridgeThe Strid, c1829. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Rogers for "A New & Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving. The Strid is on the River Wharfe, near Bolton Abbey, where it suddenly narrows and the water rushes with great force.h 97mm x w 155mm£10Image to follow
P4750YorkshireBowes CastleBowes Tower, 1834. Drawn by J M W Turner and engraved by Edward Webb for Scott's "poetical Works". Steel engraving.h 134mm x w 91mm£8Image to follow
P1620YorkshireCoxwoldShandy Hall, Coxwold. Formerly the residence of Lawrence Sterne, c1835.Drawn by T H Shepherd and H Wallis for Dugdale's "Curiosities of Great Britain, England& Wales". Shandy Hall is an Accredited Museum relating to the writer Laurence Sterne. h 78mm x w 100mm£10Image to follow
P1629YorkshireFountains AbbeyA View of Fountains Abbey near Rippon in Yorkshire, c1770. Copper engraving.h 108mm x w 198mm£12Image to follow
P1669YorkshireMaltbyRoch Abbey, Yorkshire. Pl II, c 1785. Engraved and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 195mm x w 132mm£10Image to follow
P1673YorkshireNostellNostell Priory, Yorskhire,c1829. The seat of Charles Winn Esq. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by J Neale for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England". Steel engravingh 85mm x w 124mmSOLDImage to follow
P1663YorkshirePickeringPickering Castle, Yorkshire, c1785. Published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 108mm x w 153mm£10Image to follow
P1613YorkshirePontefractPontefract Castle in Yorkshire, before it was demolished. c1760. Copper engraving.h 75mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P1630YorkshirePontefractPontefract, 1830. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Shurry. Published by I T Hinton in Thomas Allan's "A New and Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 167mm£15Image to follow
P1636YorkshireRievaulxRievaulx Abbey, Yorkshire, From an Original Drawing by J M W Turner, R.A. c1836. Engraved by J C Bentley for Stanfield's Coast Scenery. Steel engraving.h 93mm x w 156mm£12Image to follow
P1670YorkshireRievaulxRievaux Abbey, c1869. Lithograph by W Monkhouse.h 102mm x w 173mm£12Image to follow
P1641YorkshireRipleyRipley Castle, c1870. Illustrated by Alexander Francis Lydon and published by William Mckenzie, for Morris's "Picturesque Views of Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland". Colour Wood engraving.h 129mm x w 188mm£14Image to follow
P1634YorkshireRiponRipon Market Place and Town Hall, c1830. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Shurry. Published by I T Hinton in Thomas Allan's "A New and Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 167mmSOLDImage to follow
P1667YorkshireRiponRipon Cathedral, S West View, c1836. Drawn by C Warren after a sketch by B Baud andengraved by engraved by B Winkles. Puublished in Winkle's Cathedrals ..., 1836. Steel engraved print with later hand colour.h 105mm x w 140mm£11Image to follow
P1668YorkshireRiponRipon Cathedral, S East View, c1836. Drawn by C Warren and engraved by engraved by B Winkles. Puublished in Winkle's Cathedrals ..., 1836. Steel engraving.h 107mm x w 143mm£10Image to follow
P1642YorkshireRobin Hoods BayRobin Hoods Bay, near Whitby, c1829. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Rogers for Thomas Allen's History of York. Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 158mm£12Image to follow
P1643YorkshireRobin Hoods BayRobin Hood's Bay, c1842. Drawn by G Balmer and engraved by E Finden for Finden's "The Ports, Harbours, Watering-places and Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain". Steel engraving.h 120mm x w 181mm£14Image to follow
P1644YorkshireRotherhamRotherham Bridge, Workshire, c1829.Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Rogers for Thomas Allen's History of York. Steel engravingh 93mm x w 158mm£14Image to follow
P1614YorkshireSandalThe South View of the Ruins of Sandal Castle and Town of Wakefield, c1770. Printed by Newbery and Carnan, in ?A Description of England and Wales. Copper engravingh 75mm x w 140mm£10Image to follow
P1646YorkshireSelbySelby Bridge, c1830. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by W J Cooke for Thomas Allen's "A New and Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 166mm£18Image to follow
P1617YorkshireSheffieldBotanical Gardens, Sheffield,c1840. Published by J and F Harwood. Steel engraving with later hand colouring.h 98mm x w 155mm£12Image to follow
P1633YorkshireSheffieldSheffield, c1833. Drawn by W Westall and engraved by Finden for "Great Britain Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 143mmSOLDImage to follow
P1647YorkshireSheffieldTown Hall, Sheffield, c1830. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by George Stow for Thomas Allen's "A New and Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 153mmSOLDImage to follow
P1631YorkshireSheriff HuttonSheriff Hutton Castle, 1852. Lithograph by W Monkhouse, for Thomas Gill's "History and Antiquities of Easingwold..". Lithographh 103mm x w 174mm£12Image to follow
P1632YorkshireSnapeSnape Hall, 1787. Drawn by Sparrow and engraved by S Hooper for Francis Grose's "Antiquities of England and Wales". Copper engraving.h mm x w mm£10Image to follow
P1649YorkshireSpurn HeadThe Spurn Lighthouses, c1829. Drawn by H Gastineau and engraved by J Rogers for "A New & Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving.h 92mm x w 149mmSOLDImage to follow
P1653YorkshireStainboroughWentworth Caslte, c1855. Lithograph by E Noyce and printed by W Stannard for J B Burke's "A Visitation of Seats and Arms of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland". Lithograph.h 111mm x w 167mm£10Image to follow
P1628YorkshireStudley ParkA View of Mr Aislabies Garden with a distant Prospect of Fountaine Abbey, c1775. Copper engraving.h 107mm x w 192mm£14Image to follow
P1626YorkshireStudley ParkA View of the Lake in the Gardens at Studley, the seat of William Aislabie Esqr, c1800. Copper engraving. Now owned by the National Trust, the site was designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1986.h 108mm x w 193mmSOLDImage to follow
P1627YorkshireThirkelbyThirkleby, c1829. Drawn by J P Neale. Steel engraving.h 87mm x w 125mm£8Image to follow
P1624YorkshireThirkelbyAll Saints Church, Thirkleby, Yorkshire, re-erected by Lady Franklind Russell, E B Lamb Architect, c1851.Drawn by E B Lamb and lithograph by F Bedford. Printed by Day & Son. Lithograph.h 100mm x w 133mm£8Image to follow
P1661YorkshireThirskThirsk Church, c1840. Drawn by W Bevan and lithographed by G Hawkins. Printed by Day & Haghe. Lithograph.h 122mm x w 203mm£14Image to follow
P1610YorkshireThiskWood End, c1829. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by James B Allen for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen". Steel engraving. Wood End near Thirsk was at the timne the home of Samuel Cromptom MP.h 88mm x w 120mm£10Image to follow
P1659YorkshireTongTong Hall, c1855. Lithograph by E Noyce and printed by W Stannard & Co for J B Burke's "A Visitation of Seats and Arms of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland". Lithograph.h 1100mm x w 168mm£10Image to follow
P1660YorkshireTongTong Hall, c1830. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by R Radclyffe for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England". Steel engraving. h 90mm x w 127mm£8Image to follow
P1616YorkshireWakefieldChantry on the Bridge at Wakefield,c1830. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Rogers. Engraving. h 92mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P1658YorkshireWakefieldWakefield, c1798. Drawn by W Turner and engraved by J Walker for Walker's "The Copper-Plate Magazine, or Monthly Cabinet of Picturesque Prints". Copper engraving.h 108mm x w168mm£16Image to follow
P3262YorkshireWattonWatton Priory, c1850. Lithograph. Trimmed close to border.h 115mm x w 152mm£10Image to follow
P1657YorkshireWensleyWenslow Dale, c1785. Engraved by Sparrow and published by Samuel Hooper, for Francis Grose "The Antiquities of England and Wales. Copper engraving. The village of Wenslow or Wensley gives its name to Wensleydale.h 103mm x w 144mm£10Image to follow
P1635YorkshireWentworthWentworth House, c1870. Illustrated by Alexander Francis Lydon and published by William Mckenzie, for Morris's "Picturesque Views of Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland". Colour Wood engraving.h15mm x w 188mmSOLDImage to follow
P1651YorkshireWest TanfieldTanfield Castle, c1787. Engraved by G Newton and published by S Hooper. Copper engraving.h 109mm x w 157mm£10Image to follow
P1625YorkshireWhitbyWhitby Abbey from the North East, c1850. Engraved by Newman & Co and published by S Reed, Whitby. Steel engraving.h 85mm x w 98mm£8Image to follow
P1645YorkshireWhitbyWhitby Bay, c1929. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Rogers for Thomas Allen's History of York. Steel engravingh 96mm x w 157mm£15Image to follow
P1662YorkshireWhitbyWhitby, c1840. Drawn by P Dewint and engraved by T Jeavon. Steel engraving.h 76mm x w 132mm£9Image to follow
P1671YorkshireWhitbyWhiby, c1798. Drawn by Taylerue after Trueman and engraved by J Walker. Publishec by J Walker.h 113mm x w 172mm£25Image to follow
P1622YorkshireWiltonWilton Castle, Yorkshire, c1829. Drawn by J P Neale and engraved by John C Varrall for the "Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen". Steel engraving.h 83mm x w 127mm£8Image to follow
P1623YorkshireWressleWressle Castle, Yorkshire, as it appeared before the Fire in 1796, c1813. Drawn by J P Neale after a sketch W Savage and engraved by Matthews for "The Beauties of England and Wales. Copper engraving.h 102mm x w 147mm£10Image to follow
P1654YorkshireWressle(Wressle) Wressel Castle, near Howden, York, c1834. From an original drawing by W Nesfield and engraved by J Sands. Steel engraving.h 160mm x w 114mm£10Image to follow
P1612YorkshireWykehamWykeham, Yorkshire,c1780. Drawn by J Hornsey and engraved by J Baker. Copper engraving.h 98mm x w 147mm£9Image to follow
P1618YorkshireWykehamWykeham Abbey Church, Yorkshire, c1817. Drawn by F W L Stockdale and engraved by J Grieg for the "Antiquarian Itinerary". Copper engraving.h 60mm x w 63mm£6Image to follow
P1619YorkshireYorkSt Olave's Church, Mary Gate, York, c1860. Printed by Rock & Co. Steel engraving.h 62mm x w 93mmSOLDImage to follow
P1611YorkshireYorkGuildhall and Ouse Bridge, York, c1850. Steel engraving.h 57mm x w 86mm£10Image to follow
P1637YorkshireYorkYork, c1839. Drawn by Edward Robrrts and engraved by J & E Harwood. Steel engraving.h 65mm x w 130mm£12Image to follow
P1638YorkshireYorkThe South East View of York, c17800. Drawn and engraved by J Ryland. Copper engraving.h 100mm x w 175mmSOLDImage to follow
P1639YorkshireYorkThe Guildhall & St Martin's Church, York, c1829. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by W J Cooke for Thomas Allen's History of York. Steel engraving.h 92mm x w 150mm£15Image to follow
P1640YorkshireYorkYork Minster, c1855. Published in "The Land We Live In".Wood engraving.h 185mm x w 138mm£10Image to follow
P1655YorkshireYorkWalmgate Bar, York, c1829. Drawn by N Whittock and engraved by J Rogers for "A New & Complete History of the County of York". Steel engraving.h 100mm x w 160mm£14Image to follow
P1664YorkshireYorkMickle Gate Bar, York, c1830. Drawn by W Westall and engraved by John Roffe for "Great Britain Illustrated". Steel engraving.h 120mm x w 98mm£8Image to follow
P1665YorkshireYorkMicklegate Bar, York, c 1817. Drawn by O Stanley and engraved by J Greig for the "Antiquarian Itinerary". cOPPER ENGRAVING.h 85mm X w 58mm£5Image to follow
P1672YorkshireYorkThe City of York, c1840. Drawn and engraved for Dugdale's "Curiosities of Great Britain. England & Wales Delineated". Steel engraving.h 72mm x w 106mm£9Image to follow
P1674YorkshireYorkA View of the City of York from the River Ouse, c1773. Drawn and engraved for "A New Display of the Beauties of England". Copper engraving.h 108mm x w 195mm£12Image to follow
P1675YorkshireYorkYork. Old Bridge over the River Foss, c1835. Steel engraving.h 97mm x w 150mm£10Image to follow