Elizabeth Castle, Jersey.
Published by J. Brooks, Jersey [n.d., c.1850].
Tinted lithograph, cut to image, scarce. Size: 160 x 205mm (6¼ x 8"). Damage to bottom left corner.
A view of Elizabeth castle, Jersey, from the shore. Two figures can be seen on a path in the foreground, dragging a small boat to the sea, whilst a sailing vessel and rowing boat pass by on the water. The castle itself is situated on a tidal island in the distance, and was once a stronghold stronghold used to defend the Island and the port of St. Helier. The castle was named after Elizabeth I who was the queen of England around the time the castle was built.
[Ref: 32166] £130.00