This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique English Prints and Maps.
1646 Rare Yorkshire by Johannes Blaeu map titled, "Ducatus Eboracensis Pars Borealis - The Northriding of York Shire." Decorative hand colored map of the North Riding of Yorkshire, with a fine title cartouche of fishing, two royal crests, thirteen family armorials and a blank armorial. Rare Great Britain map.
19-1/2 x 15 in. $900
A Plan of Alicante Basire, 1740 - A wonderful original hand colored copper engraved Plan of the City & Castle of Alicante, as besieged by the Chevalier d' Asfeldt Nov. 30th 1708 & surrendered by capitulation April 19th 1709.'' For Mr. Tindal's Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England.' by J. Basire. An elevated view showing the city & castle of Alicante, with surrounding roads & countryside, & showing warships in harbor firing on the town, with 'The Dunkirk' & 'The Royall Anne' indicated. Very detailed table of explanation to top right indicating gates, prominent buildings, the mine, batteries, trenches etc. Condition: Excellent with many old folds slightly visible, small top and bottom margins with nice brilliant color throughout.
size 18.7 x 16.2 image
001eng: 1770 Westminster Abbey View. Color, copper engraving published in 1770 as an illustration to the Royal magazine shows a view of Westminster Abbey from the High Altar to the West End during a coronation ceremony. 8x10 in. $50
002eng: 1761 View of Guildhall. Antique copper engraving shows the interior of Guildhall, as it appeared on Lord Mayors Day in 1761. 8x10 in. $50
003eng: 1880 Sardine Fishery Scene in Cornwall, England. Antique wood engraving published in an 1880 issue of Harper's Weekly shows several exterior and interior scenes in the sardine fishery in Cornwall, England. Accompanied by text. 11x16 in. $30
004eng: 1892 St. George's Hall and Line Street, Liverpool, England. Rare wood engraving published as an illustration to a book in 1892 shows St. George's Hall and Lime Street in Liverpool, England. Attractive print. 8x11 in. $30
C.1880 Color image of the inside of Christ Church Hall in
12 x 8-1/2 in. $40
006eng: 1837 French Map of the British Isles. Hand-colored engraved French map of the British Isles was published in 1837. The map shows provinces, towns, cities and geographical details. A table of statistic apears in French on the right hand corner. 10x16 in. $60
007eng: 1867 Old Mitchell Map of England and Wales. Handsome, color map of England and Wales was published in 1867 by S. Augustus Mitchell. The map shows counties by color, towns, cities, railways lines and geographical details. Accompanied by the signature Mitchell decorative border.
10x15 in. $40
008eng: 1860 Johnson's Map of England and Wales. Large, color map of England and Wales was published in 1860 by Johnson and Browning. Map shows the counties in Wales and England, differentiated by color and listed in a key in the right-hand margin. Attractive map shows geographical details, cities, towns, railways, common roads, canals, and battlefields. Map also shows smaller inset map of the Scilly Isles.
18x26 in. $50
009eng: 1856 Colton Map of England and Wales. Large, color map of England and Wales was published in 1856 by JH Colton and Company. Map shows the counties in Wales and England, differentiated by color and listed in a key in the right margin. Handsome map shows geographical details, towns and villages, capitals, railroads, canals, roads and battlefields. 18x28 in. $70
010eng: 1873 Map of the British Isles. Color map of the British Isles was published in 1873 by the Colton Company for a school textbook. Map shows major cities, towns, waterways of Ireland, Scotland, England, Whales and the Shetland Islands. 9x12 in. $40
011eng: 1860 View of Windsor Castle. Beautiful, color steel engraving published as an illustration to a book in 1860. It shows a picturesque view of an impressive Windsor Castle. 10x12 in. $50
012eng: 1855 View of New Westminster Bridge. Attractive wood engraving showing New Westminster Bridge was published in an 1855 issue of The Illustrated London News. 11x16 in. $30
013eng: 1761 Map of Westmoreland. Color, copper engraved map of Westmoreland was published in 1761 as an illustration to a book. It shows towns, villages, churches, castles, parks, inns and roads. The map also shows four wards. Rare, collectible print, 8x10 in. $80
014eng: 1871 Oxford Sketches. Hand-colored, wood engraving published in 1n 1871 issue of Every Saturday shows a scuffle involving Oxford students. 11x15 in. $40
015eng: 1875 Regent Circus Scene. Large, wood engraving published in an 1875 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a crowd gathered in Regent Circus, London. Lovely detailed engraving. 16x22 in. $50
016eng: 1878 Beef-Eater Print. Wood engraving published in an 1878 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a beef-eater standing at attention as children look on. 11x16 in. $30
017eng: 1869 House of Commons Interior. Large, wood engraving published in an 1869 issue of Harper's Weekly shows an interior scene in the House of Commons. The title is "The Lobby of the House of Commons." 16x22 in. $50
200eng: 1667 Blaeu Map: Yorkshire England. Beautiful map from Baleu's 1667 Atlas Major, showing the East Riding of Yorkshire in England. Title of the map is "Ducatus Eboracensis, Pars Orientalis." Decorative frame of the map title is in the North Sea. Eight shields show the coats of arms of the Earls of Holderness (with two shields empty). Original outline hand coloring on the county borders. Woods are shown as individual trees, and towns are drawn as small buildings. The city of York is on the far left side of the map image. This map is in excellent condition, with no stains or tears on the map image. There is a small piece torn from the upper left corner of the margin, which could easily be covered by matting and framing. 18x24 in. $550
018eng: 1864 Views: Merton College, Oxford England. Two hand colored, engraved views of Merton College: 1) The interior of the chapel; and 2) a general view of the college grounds. On either side of the top image is part of an article describing the college and its history. 11x16 in. $40
019eng: 1765 Strip Map of Roads from London England . Interesting hand colored "strip" road map from the May 1765 issue of Gentleman's Magazine. Shows the roads from London to five other English cities: Dover, Rye, Hith, Margate, Ramsgate and Deal. Small towns and geographical features along the roads are all shown. 8x12 in. $80
C.1880 Chromolithograph showing Ripley Castle, a 14th-century country house in Ripley, North Yorkshire, England.
10-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. $40
1792 Hand colored steel engraving showing the Sherborne Castle, Oxfordshire. Published by Harrison & Co., Paternoster Row, London.
10 x 8 in. $60
An engraved and original hand colored map of London’s Newington area, showing the road system south of the Thames River, oriented south at the top and extends from the London Bridge and Tower, Westminster north to Kensington Common. A very decorative title cartouche at top center, also shows proposed road to Kent, St Georges Field, St James Park is shown in green lower right. Condition: Good, small margins, right margin missing, six folds visible but
size 14 x 8.75 image
1831 Isle of Man - Hand colored copper engraving.
9-1/2 x 7-1/4 in. $75
201eng: 1719 English Country Scene: Manor House. Beautiful, hand-colored scene from Dr. Harris's History of Kent, drawn by Harris in the style of Kip's views. Printed in 1719. Title of the scene is "Wierton, the Seat of Sr. Christopher Powell Bart." Image is surrounded by a beautiful French mat. Not framed. Image size is 15x17 in. Mat size is 21x24 in. $300
202eng: 1719 English Countryside Birds Eye View by Kip. Beautiful, hand-colored scene from Dr. Harris's History of Kent, drawn by Kip. Printed in 1719. Title of the scene is "Oxen Hoath, the Seat of Leonard Bartholmew Esq." Image is surrounded by a beautiful French mat. Not framed. Image size is 14x16 in. Mat size is 18x24 in. $300
203eng: 1719 English Country Scene by Kip. Beautiful, hand-colored scene from Dr. Harris's History of Kent, drawn by Kip. Printed in 1719. Title of the scene is "Aldington West Court, ye Seat of Richard Sheldon Esq." Image is surrounded by a beautiful French mat. Not framed. Image size is 14x16 in. Mat size is 18x24 in. $300
204eng: 1719 English Countryside View by Kip. Beautiful, hand-colored scene from Dr. Harris's History of Kent, drawn by Kip. Printed in 1719. Title of the scene is "Fair Lawn in ye County of Kent, one of ye Seats of the Rt. Honble. the Lord Barnard." Image is surrounded by a beautiful French mat. Not framed. Image size is 14x19 in. Mat size is 18x24 in. $300
207eng: Scene of the wreck of the steamship "Schiller" on the Retarriere Ledges, near Bishop's Rock, Scilly Islands. Very nice hand colored wood engraving from the May 29, 1875 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 11x16 in. $50
208eng: This is a beautifully detailed copper engraving dating from the 1750's, featuring the Clarendon Printinghouse in London. Top caption reads, "A perspective view of the Clarendon Printinghouse, the Theater, the Museum and the Publick Schools". Bottom caption states, "Engraved for the Universal Magazine for Hinton in Newgate Street". 7.5x12 in. $60
209eng: Very nice hand colored copper engraving from 1771. Image titled, The Front View of Belton in Lincolnshire. This print is in excellent condition, and would look great in a frame. 8x11 in. $60
210eng: Very nice hand colored copper engraving from c1750. Two images engraved for Chamberlain's History of London. Upper image titled, View of the South Sea House. Lower image titled, View of the East India House. 8.5x14 in. $60
211eng: Hand colored copper engraving, engraved for Chamberlain's History of London c1750. Three views of buildings on Lombard Street. Left image titled, View of St Edmond the King Lombard Street. Center image titled, View of Alhallows Lombard Street. Right image titled, View of St Mary Woolnorth Lombard Street. 8x11.5 in. $60
1744 Sir Francis Drake - This is a very old, spectacular hand colored copper engraving showing an ornate portrait of Sir Francis Drake as a young man and a battle scene below.
16 x 10 in. $150
212eng: Beautiful hand colored copper engraving was published c1750 for the Chamberlain's History of London. Upper image is captioned, View of Grocer's Hall. Lower image is captioned, View of Goldsmith's Hall. Small archival repairs in left margain, and on lower section of the top image. 8.5x11 in. $60
213eng: This hand colored copper engraving from circa 1750 is titled, "A Perspective View of WINCHESTER PALACE". It was engraved for the Universal Magazine and for Hinton at the King's Arms in Newgate Street. Left margain has been archivally repaired. 7.5x12 in. $60
214eng: Hand colored wood engraving from the September 7, 1861 issue of The Illustrated London News. Page titled The Cinque Ports, contains seven views. Larger top image of Dover, with smaller images below of Hythe, Romney, Hastings, Sandwich, Winchelsea, and Rye. 11x16 $50
215eng: Western London. Very nice hand colored engraved map of the Western Portion of London. Published c1850 by Charles Knight. Shows detailed streets of Westminster and surrounding area. Includes Regents Park, Hyde Park, Chelsea Reach, and Lambeth Reach. 14x10 in. $60
216eng: Eastern London. Very nice hand colored map of the Eastern Portion of London. Engraving published c1850 by Charles Knight. 10x14 in. $50
217eng: The Environs of London, Colton, 1865. Very detailed map of Victorian London showing all streets, roadways, rivers, significant public and private buildings. The first plan of the London area to appear in an American Atlas, the sections Surrey, Kent, Middlesex, and Essex are all shown along with Colton's very attractive spiral motif border. Condition: Very good, some age coloring outside margin edges.
size 15.5 x 12.5 image
218eng: Hand colored copper engraving from the Chamberlain's History of London published c1750. Upper image captioned, View of St Andrew's Church Holborn. Lower image captioned, View of St Sepulchre's Church Snowhill. 13.5x8.5 in. $60
219eng: Hand colored half tone from the September 23, 1897 issue of Collier's Weekly. Image titled, Ludgate Hill, Looking from Fleet Street.-The Newspaper Row of London. 15x10.5 in. $40
220eng: 1876 Sketches At A Spelling Bee In England. Wood engraving and text published in Harper's Weekly as a Supplement on March 25, 1876. 16x22in. $60
1833 Lightly hand colored steel engraved map of Birmingham, published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (S.D.U.K.). Upper righthand corner shows an inset of the Plan of Birmingham and Its Environs, with the Boundaries Taken from the Reform Act. Bottom left corner shows the comparison of heights of prominent buildings and a larger Town Hall is portrayed on bottom center. Map is in fine condition.
16 x 13-1/2 in. $175
1836 Lightly hand colored steel engraved map of Liverpool, showing the comparison of heights of prominent buildings on bottom border and the top border shows three vignettes showing a View of Liverpool in 1729; a lighthouse at Black Rock; and the Plan of Liverpool in the year 1729. Published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge (S.D.U.K.).
16 x 13-1/2 in. $175
C.1770 Plan of the City of Norwich copper engraved map which shows the City Scape plus its coins and medals. The city seal is in upper lefthand corner.
25 x 19 in. $150
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