View of Valle Crucis Abby [Abbey], by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, 1742

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: West View of Valle Crucis Abby [Abbey], in the County of Denbigh. 1742.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: West View of Valle Crucis Abby [Abbey], in the County of Denbigh. 1742. Original copper engraving. Sheet size is approx. 450mm x 275mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 375mm x 195mm. With dedication to Sir Watkin Williams Wynn and brief history of the Abbey which is located in fields beneath steep mountains near Llangollen in North Wales. Two very small tears [7mm] to lower blank edge well outside plate area, otherwise a good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 91122.  £50

North West View Of Caergwrley Castle in the County of Flint. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, 1742

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: North West View Of Caergwrley Castle in the County of Flint. 1742.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: North West View Of Caergwrley Castle in the County of Flint. 1742. Original copper engraving. Sheet size is approx. 390mm x 250mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 375mm x 195mm. Page number in right hand margin. Some of it narrative reads “Caergwrley or Hope Castle, situated on the Alen, a small river which emptieth itself into the Dee. Into this castle ye said King retired when y Welch had surprised his Army. It is now in the pofsefsion of the Earl Of Derby”. An excellent good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving with good margins. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 92787.  £50

The South East View of Rhuddlan Priory, in the County of Flint. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. 1742 .

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South East View of Rhuddlan Priory, in the County of Flint. 1742.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South East View of Rhuddlan Priory, in the County of Flint. 1742. Original copper engraving on watermarked paper. Sheet size is approx. 495mm x 310mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 375mm x 195mm. Page number in right hand margin. Dedicated to Robert Davies Esq. This Priory stands between St Asaph and the Sea on the Eastern Bank of the River Clwyd. An excellent good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving with wide margins. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 92788.  £50

The South View of Penkelly Castle in the County of Brecknock. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. 1741.

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South View of Penkelly Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South View of Penkelly Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741. Original copper engraving. Sheet size is approx. 440mm x 270mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 370mm x 190mm. With dedication to Roger Jones Esq. “The castle gives it’s name to the Hundreds in which is stands. It was besieged and taken by King Henry 3rd by Price Llewellyn and others of the Welch”. A good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving with wide margins in near fine condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93067.  £50

The South West View Llanthew Castle in the County of Brecknock. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. 1741

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South West View of Llanthew Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South West View of Llanthew Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741. Original copper engraving. Sheet size is approx. 440mm x 270mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 380mm x 190mm. With dedication to The Right Reverend Father in God, Nicholas Lord Bishop of St. Davids. This Castle is situated on the East Side of the River Hondry; which running hence about a mile to the south falls into the Usk and gives name to the populus town of Brecon;called by the Britains Aber-Hondhy. A good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving with wide margins in near fine condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93069.  £50

The South View Blaen-Lleveny Castle in the County of Brecknock. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. 1741.

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South View of Blaen-Lleveny Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The South View of Blaen-Lleveny Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741. Original copper engraving. Sheet size is approx. 440mm x 275mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 370mm x 190mm. With dedication to Sir Philip Boteler Bart. and brief history of the Castle. The view is from the south, looking from a wooded slope on to the ruins of the Castle, in the distance, Llangorse Lake, bordered by hills. A good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving with wide margins in near fine condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93070 £50

A View of Woolwich. J Boydell. 1750.

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Boydell, J. A View of Woolwich. Boydell. 1750. Engraving of boats on the River Thames near Woolwich.

Boydell, J. A View of Woolwich. Boydell. 1750. Engraving of boats on the River Thames near Woolwich Sheet 370mm x 540mm, plate 260mm x 430mm. No12 from Boydells Collection of One Hundred Views in England and Wales. One small tear 12mm to blank margin, very light age tone to edges, otherwise in clean and bright condition with good strong print. Near fine. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 91834.  £150

The North View of Brwynllys Castle in the County of Brecknock. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. 1741

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Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The North View of Brwynllys Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel: The North View of Brwynllys Castle in the County of Brecknock. 1741. Original copper engraving. Sheet size is approx. 440mm x 275mm and the engraved plate area is approx. 370mm x 195mm. With a description of Brwynllys or Brunles Castle or Bronllys Castle and the night fire took hold and a falling stone killed a notable visitor. This engraving was published in the ‘Second Sett, Wales’, 1741, No 45. A good, clean, strong, bright attractive topographical engraving with wide margins in near fine condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93071.  £50

The Custom House. London by John Stow. 1755.

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Stow, John: The Custom House, 1755. This panoramic hand coloured copper engraving of the Custom House London is from Stow’s Survey of London.

Stow, John: The Custom House, 1755. This panoramic hand coloured copper engraving of the Custom House London is from Stow’s Survey of London. A lively Thames view of boats alongside the Customs House with cargo awaiting dispatch on the dockside. Page size approx. 390mm x 240mm, plate size 335mm x 200mm. Some residual of mounting tape to outer blank edges not affecting engraved area or platemark, otherwise very good condition, clean and bright condition suitable for re-framing and display. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90408.  £45

Valle Crucis Abbey. Drawn by Miss Smirke. Eng J Harriden. Ca 1800.

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Valle Crucis Abbey. Original uncoloured lithograph, R Bowyer, 87 Pall Mall. Ca 1800. Drawn by Miss Smirke, engraved by J Harriden.

Valle Crucis Abbey. Original uncoloured lithograph, R Bowyer, 87 Pall Mall. Ca 1800. Drawn by Miss Smirke, engraved by J Harriden. Sheet size 495mm x 340mm, Print size 405mm x 280mm. With wide blank margin, engraved frame and title. Two very small ink marks on title, otherwise in tight, bright and clean condition with strong plate imprint. A delightful print, emphasising the more rural aspect of this area. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.
Cat. No. 92792.  £125