Copperplate

(Topographical prints of Cambridge and Cambridgeshire) : 101 items
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£35
14 x 11cm


Cambridge - The Market Place. A steel engraving with modern hand colour. Supplied mounted and ready to frame.
Ref: TOP 553
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£10
10 x 13.5cm


Cambridge - Caius College Chapel Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 976
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£35
14.5 x 10.5cm


Cambridge from the Ely Road. A steel engraving by John Le Keux after a drawing by F. Mackenzie. Modern hand colour. Supplied mounted and ready to frame.
Ref: TOP 552
 
Anon.    Memorials of Cambridge 1860
£15
14 x 10.5cm


Cambridge - Corpus Christi College - The Old Court. In 1860 a new edition of Le Keux's Memorials of Cambridge was published. As well as the original Le Keux steel engravings, the work contained 9 new etchings by R.H. Farren, a local artist of note who worked in oils and etched. This example of Farren's work shows the old court of Corpus Christi.
Ref: TOP 175
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£15
17.5 x 12cm


The Hospital. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the old Addenbrooks Hospital on Trumpington Street - now the University Business School. It was engraved by Joseph Skelton, and is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 601
 
Author not known.   Publication not known. c1870?
£5
7.5 x 12cm


Cambridge - Entrance Gateway to Jesus College. Uncoloured wood block print with a few lines of text below.
Ref: TOP 984
 
Anon.    Memorials of Cambridge 1860
£10
11 x 15cm


Cambridge - Jesus College Chapel Interior. In 1860 a new edition of Le Keux's Memorials of Cambridge was published. As well as the original Le Keux steel engravings, the work contained 9 new etchings by R.H. Farren, a local artist of note who worked in oils and etched. This example of Farren's work shows the interior of Jesus College's chapel..
Ref: TOP 176
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£15
15.5 x 14cm


Cambridge - The School of Pythagoras (now part of St. John's College). Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the School of Pythagoras, the oldest surviving secular building in Cambridge, dating from c1200. At the time this print was taken it served as a granary and as Mr. Bosworth's Boarding school. Today it is part of St. John's College, and houses the college archives. The print was engraved by Joseph Skelton.
Ref: TOP 568
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£10
9.5 x 14cm


Cambridge - St. John's College Chapel Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 987
 
Anon.    Illustrated London News 1869
£20
34 x 23.5cm


Cambridge - Cam improvements at St. John's. Uncoloured engraving from the issue dated 27/5/1869.
Ref: TOP 988
 
Author not known.   Picturesque Europe - Part 20 1876/7
£15
23 x 16cm


St. John's College, Cambridge - The Bridges. Picturesque Europe was a serialised patwork, designed as a showcase for steel and wood engravings after and by significant artists of the day. The 60 parts were published monthly from 1875 to 1880.When sets of parts were completed, they were also sold as complete volumes, building to a full 5-volume set, 2 volumes of which were devoted to the British Isles.This wood-cut print shows St. John's two bridges over the Cam, linking the old courts with the New Buildings and gardens on the west side of the river. It appeared in part part 20 of the work in 1776/7, and was engraved by J.W. Whymper after a drawing by W.H.J. Boot.
Ref: TOP 194
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£10
9.5 x 13.5cm


Cambridge - Hall of King's College. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 178
 
G. Dyer J. Greig    History of the University & Colleges of Cambridge 1814
£15
8 x 11.5cm


Cambridge - Entrance to Pembroke College. Uncoloured copper engraving.
Ref: TOP 995
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£10
14 x 9.5cm


Cambridge - Hall of Pembroke College. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 996
 
G. Dyer J. Greig    History of the University & Colleges of Cambridge 1814
£15
11.5 x 8cm


Cambridge - St. Peter's College. Uncoloured copper engraving.
Ref: TOP 998
 
Anon.    Picturesque Europe - Part 19 1877/8
£12
15.5 x 24cm


Cambridge - Trinity College Avenue. Picturesque Europe was a serialised patwork, designed as a showcase for steel and wood engravings after and by significant artists of the day. The 60 parts were published monthly from 1875 to 1880.When sets of parts were completed, they were also sold as complete volumes, building to a full 5-volume set, 2 volumes of which were devoted to the British Isles.This wood-cut print shows the approach to Trinity College from the Backs and Queen's Road, and appeared in part part 19 of the work in 1776/7. It was engraved by J.W. Whymper after a drawing by W.H.J. Boot.
Ref: TOP 191
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£10
10 x 14.5cm


Cambridge - Trinity College Chapel Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1002
 
I. Ince    Publication not known. c1900?
£10
10.5 x 9cm


Cambridge - Trinity Hall Old Library . Uncoloured etching.
Ref: TOP 1003
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£7
13.5 x 9.5cm


Cambridge - The Fitzwilliam Museum. Uncolured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 488
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£7
13.5 x 10cm


Cambridge - The University or Pitt Press. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 490
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£15
21 x 15cm


Cambridge - The Senate House Interior. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the interior of the Senate House, and was engraved by Joseph Skelton. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 595
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
13.5 x 9.5cm


Cambridge - St. Andrew's Church Exterior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 493
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
9.5 x 14cm


Cambridge - Barnwell Church Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1010
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
9.5 x 13cm


Cambridge - St. Benet's Church Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 179
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
9.5 x 13.5cm


Cambridge - St Botolphe's Church Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 481
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
14 x 9.5cm


Cambridge - St. Botolph's Church Exterior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 491
 
J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£7
10 x 8cm


Cambridge - St. Edwards Church. Hand coloured engraving.
Ref: TOP 1015
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£15
13.5 x 14cm


Cambridge - Church of the Holy Sepulchre (the Round Church). Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows The Church of the Holy Sepulchre - better known as the Round Church - and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 599
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£15
11.5 x 13.5cm


Cambridge - Great St. Mary's Church . Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the exterior of Great St. Mary's Church, and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne.
Ref: TOP 596
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
13.5 x 10cm


Cambridge- Great St. Mary's Church Exterior. Uncoloured steel engraving. A few light brown spots to the white margins, which would be hidden by a mount.
Ref: TOP 484
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
9.5 x 14cm


Cambridge- Little St. Mary's Church Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1019
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
9.5 x 13.5cm


Cambridge - St. Michael's Church Exterior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 486
 
I. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
10 x 13.5cm


Cambridge - St. Peter's Church Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1021
 
I. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
10.5 x 14.5cm


Cambridge - St. Sepulchre's Church Interior. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1022
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£15
15.5 x 14cm


Cambridge - Trinity Church Exterior. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the exterior of Trinity Church, and was engraved by Letitia Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 600
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£35
14 x 10.5cm


Cambridge Castle and Castle Hill. A steel engraving, with modern hand colour. Supplied mounted and ready to frame.
Ref: TOP 554
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£25
15.5 x 13.5cm


Cambridge Castle. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows Cambridge Castle, and was engraved by Joseph Skelton. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 598
 
A. Hogg    The New British Traveller 1784
£20
22.5 x 33cm


Cambridge - Barnwell/Chesterton . Uncoloured copper engraving. Two illustrations on one plate.
Ref: TOP 1027
 
A. Hogg    The New British Traveller 1784
£6
24.5 x 14cm


Cambridgeshire - Camps Castle. Uncoloured copper engraving.
Ref: TOP 1028
 
Author not known.   Gentleman's Magazine 1801
£10
10 x 16cm


Cambridge - Ditton Hall & Grantchester Church. Uncoloured. 2 illustrations on one copperplate.
Ref: TOP 1029
 
Anon.    Picturesque Europe - Part 20 1876/7
£10
11.5 x 21cm


Caius College, Cambridge - The Gate of Honour. Picturesque Europe was a serialised patwork, designed as a showcase for steel and wood engravings after and by significant artists of the day. The 60 parts were published monthly from 1875 to 1880.When sets of parts were completed, they were also sold as complete volumes, building to a full 5-volume set, 2 volumes of which were devoted to the British Isles.This wood-cut print shows the Gate of Honour at Caius College with the Senate House and Old Scholls in the background, and appeared in part part 20 of the work in 1776/7. It was engraved by J.W. Whymper.
Ref: TOP 193
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
13.5 x 9.5cm


Caius College - The Gate of Honour. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1057
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
10.5 x 13.5cm


Caius College from the Fellows' Garden. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1058
 
J. Greig    History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge 1814
£20
11.5 x 8cm


Christs College. Uncoloured copperplate engraving by G. Greig, who engraved many of the plates for Dyer's History, published in 1814 by Longmans.
Ref: TOP 069
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
13.5 x 9.5cm


Christs College Second Court. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1047
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
25.5 x 15.5cm


Clare Hall from the Gardens. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the rear elevation of Clare College facing the river Cam, and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 570
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£20
14 x 9.5cm


Clare College Quadrangle. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 067
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
20 x 15cm


Corpus Christi College . Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the court of Corpus Christi College and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 574
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
21 x 15cm


Downing College - The Entrance . Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the classical-style entrance to Downing College and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 592
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
20.5 x 15cm


Emmanuel College Frontage. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the frontage of Emmanuel College and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 590
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£20
14 x 10cm


Emmanuel College - Chapel and Quadrangle. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 068
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
20.5 x 16cm


Jesus College - The Entrance Gateway. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the entrance gateway to Jesus College from Jesus Lane, and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 580
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£15
14 x 9.5cm


Jesus College from The Meadows. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 535
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£15
15 x 10cm


St. John's College - The New Buildings from the Gardens. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 512
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
13.5 x 10cm


St. John's College Main Gateway. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the entrance gate to St. John's College, and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 582
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£15
14 x 10.5cm


St. John's College - The Bridge of Sighs. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 514
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
10 x 14cm


St. John's College - The New Buildings. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1051
 
Anon.    Publication not known c1890
£5
18 x 24cm


St. John's College - Cloister Gate, New Buildings. Uncoloured lithograph.
Ref: TOP 1037
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
14 x 9.5cm


St. John's College Second Court. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1052
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
15 x 9.5cm


King's College - The Library. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1079
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£45
21 x 15.5cm


King's College Chapel, the Old Schools and the Senate House. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows King's College Chapel, The Old Schools (then the Public Library) and the Senate House, all taken from King's Parade. It was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne.
Ref: TOP 594
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
21 x 15cm


King's College - The Chapel & New Buildings. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the chapel and new buildings of King's College and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 575
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£15
14 x 11cm


King's College from Clare Hall Piece (The Backs). Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 539
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
20 x 14.5cm


Pembroke College Frontage from Trumpington Street. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows Pembroke College and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 571
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£15
14.5 x 11.5cm


Pembroke College Frontage from Trumpington Street. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 526
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
21 x 15.5cm


St. Peter's College (Peterhouse). Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, shows the first court and chapel, and was engraved by Joseph Skelton. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 569
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
14 x 9.5cm


Peterhouse - Gisborne Court. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1062
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
14.5 x 9.5cm


Queen's College Second Court. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 1063
 
R. Harraden    Cantabrigia Depicta 1810
£55
20.5 x 15cm


Queen's College. Richard Harraden was born in London in 1756, where he worked as an artist before moving to Cambridge in 1798. Together with his son, Richard Bankes Harraden, he established a shop on King's Parade, from where they produced, sold and published prints and original works in oil and watercolour, targetting the University and tourist markets. Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in 1810, was a collection of 34 prints of Cambridge Colleges and other buildings of note, with associated descriptive text on each and a map of the city. The line engravings were based on original drawings by Harraden junior, and were performed by the sisters Lettitia and Elizabeth Byrne and Joseph Skelton. There were several later re-issues of the work. This print, from the first edition of 1810, showsQueens' College and the Mathematical Bridge from the Backs, and was engraved by Elizabeth Byrne. It is accompanied by the original associated text from the work.
Ref: TOP 578
 
F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£10
14 x 11cm


Queen's College - Interior of the Hall. Uncoloured steel engraving.
Ref: TOP 531
 
J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1845
£15
13.5 x 10.5cm


Trinity College Great Court. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
9.5 x 14cm


Trinity College Main Gateway. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
14 x 9.5cm


Trinity College New Court. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
14 x 9.5cm


Trinity College from St John's old bridge over the Cam. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
14 x 9.5cm


Trinity College - Second Court and The Hall. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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F. Mackenzie J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£5
9 x 13.5cm


Trinity College - Statue of Sir Isaac Newton. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£15
10 x 14cm


Trinity College - From the Cloisters. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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J. Bell J. Le Keux    Memorials of Cambridge 1847
£10
10.5 x 14.5cm


Trinity College - Interior of the Hall. Uncoloured steel engraving.
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Anon.    Memorials of Cambridge 1860
£15
10.5 x 14cm


Trinity Hall - Main Entrance and Facade from Trinity Lane. In 1860 a new edition of Le Keux's Memorials of Cambridge was published. As well as the original Le Keux steel engravings, the work contained 9 new etchings by R.H. Farren, a local artist of note who worked in oils and etched. This example of Farren's work shows the entrance and frontage of Trinty Hall from Trinity Lanei.
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Anon.    Les Delices de la Grande Bretagne et de l'Irelande 1707
£50
21 x 29cm


Trinty Hall - Birds-Eye View of the College. This work, authored by James Beeverell and published in Leiden by Pieter van der Aa, contained severall small maps, and plates including engravings of the Cambridge Colleges These were based on Loggan's larger prints from his Cantabrigia Illustrata of 1688. This bird's eye view of Trinity Hall is a particularly attractive member of the set, offering an excellent perspective view of the layout of the college courts and buildings at that time. A narrow right hand white margin, but sufficient for mounting.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
10.5 x 15.5cm


Caius College - The Gate of Honour. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12 x 15.5cm


Christ's College - The Gateway. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12.5 x 16cm


Clare College - The West Front from The Avenue. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12 x 14cm


Corpus Christi College - A Corner of the Old Court. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12.5 x 9.5cm


Emmanuel College - The Chapel and Gallery. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12 x 14.5cm


King's College - The West End of the Chapel. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£15
12 x 15cm


King's College - The South Door to the Chapel. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£15
11 x 16.5cm


King's College - Interior of the Chapel. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
18 x 9.5cm


Magdalene College - The Pepysian Library. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
11 x 14.5cm


Pembroke College - The frontage from Trumpigton St.. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12 x 15cm


Peterhouse - The Old Court and Chapel. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12 x 13cm


Queens' College - The Mathematical Bridge. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
12 x 16cm


St. John's College - The Library. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
11.5 x 14cm


Trinity College - The Great Gateway. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£15
11.5 x 16cm


Trinity College - Interior of the Hall. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
11 x 16.5cm


Trinity College - The Hall from Nevile's Court. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
16 x 7cm


Trinity College -The Great Court. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£15
12.5 x 13.5cm


Trinity Hall - The Old Library. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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W. Blackall    The Charm of Cambridge 1927
£20
16 x 10.5cm


Cambridge - Great St. Mary's Church. The Charm of Cambridge was published as a folio volume in 1927 by A.& C. Black. The work was designed as a showcase for the pencil drawings of W.G. Blackhall which were reproduced in 24 plates, each accompanied by brief text by S.C. Roberts. In this example the original black and white plate has been enhanced by the addition of subtle hand-painted watercolour to achieve a pleasing result.
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R. Ackermann    A History of Cambridge University 1815
£145
21 x 29cm


Peterhouse - The Private Garden. Rudolph Ackermann was a German émigré who moved to London in 1795 and set up a print shop in the Strand. He subsequently moved into publishing, employing some of the most gifted artists and engravers of his day to produce a variety of works of high quality. His History of Cambridge University, published in 1815 was such a work - an expensive luxury item in 2 volumes containing up to 96 plates. These are today much sought after by Cambridge alumni, especially the 26 aquatint prints of college exteriors. This example, in original hand colour, shows part of Peterhouse from the private garden. It is supplied ready mounted.
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R. Ackermann    A History of Cambridge University 1815
£125
27 x 21.5cm


Jesus College from the Close. Rudolph Ackermann was a German émigré who moved to London in 1795 and set up a print shop in the Strand. He subsequently moved into publishing, employing some of the most gifted artists and engravers of his day to produce a variety of works of high quality. His History of Cambridge University, published in 1815 was such a work - an expensive luxury item in 2 volumes containing up to 96 plates. These are today much sought after by Cambridge alumni, especially the 26 aquatint prints of college exteriors. This example, in original hand colour, shows part of Jesus College viewed from the vicinity of modern Victoria Road. It is supplied ready mounted. A few light brown spots.
Ref: TOP 477