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To The Noble Hugh, Duke of Northumberland K.B. This View near Alnwick, with the Castle in the Distance, Is most respectfully dedicated by His Grace's much Oblige'd & most Obedient Servant S. Humble.
To The Noble Hugh, Duke of Northumberland K.B. This View near Alnwick, with the Castle in the Distance, Is most respectfully dedicated by His Grace's much Oblige'd & most Obedient Servant S. Humble.
Drawn on Stone by J. D. Harding from a Sketch by S. Humble. Printed by G. Hullmandel.
Published by S. Humble Drawing Master Alnwick & by R. Ackerman Strand London.
Lithograph, scarce. Sheet: 420 x 550mm (16½ x 21¾''). Repaired tears, messy margins.
A view of Alnwick Castle with the River Aln.
[Ref: 47950]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Alnwick Castle.]
[Alnwick Castle.]
Drawn and Engraved by T.M. Richardson.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Mezzotint and etching on india, proof before title. 215 x 320mm (9¾ x 12½"). Blindstamp bottom right of india. Very large margins. Surface soiling on backing board.
Alnwick Castle from woods above the castle. From a group illustrating castles on the border of England and Scotland. Thomas Miles Richardson, (1784-1848), succeeded father as master of St Andrew's Charity School, Newcastle, 1806. In 1813 he resigned his school position to devote his life to painting. Initially his work attracted little local interest, and he found it difficult to make a living as an artist. However, from 1814, he began to gain a wide reputation as a result of his exhibiting works in London, at the Royal Academy and the British Institution.
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Bamborough Castle, Northumberland.
Bamborough Castle, Northumberland.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, London, July 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Mint, with large margins, uncut.
A view of Bamburgh Castle from the coast. During the Wars of the Roses, it became the first castle in England to be defeated by artillery, 1464. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 35963]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Bamburgh Castle.]
[Bamburgh Castle.]
Marion Rhodes [pencil signature outside image.]
[n.d. c.1920.]
Etching. 298 x 468mm (11¾ x 18½").
Marion Rhodes, English artist. (1907 - 1998). Rhodes studied at Huddersfield School of Art, Leeds School of Art (1925-1929) and the Central School of Art and Design, London (1934-39). She taught art before moving to London. Rhodes went on to teach in the city and in the south of England for most of her life though she exhibited her etchings and drawings at the Royal Academy, the Royal Scottish Academy and the Paris Salon.
[Ref: 14883]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Bamburgh Castle.
Bamburgh Castle.
Original Etching by Frank H. Mason, R.B.A. Edition linited to 175 impressions. Plate to be destroyed.
[London: Alfred Bell & Co., n.d., c.1935.]
Drypoint, signed in pencil by the artist. 140 x 230mm (5½ x 9"), very large margins, publisher's blind stamps. In original mount with printed label with title as above, with publisher's 'Minerva's Head' & 'A B C' logo. Mint.
By Frank Henry Mason (1875-1965), an artist best known for his maritime, shipping, coastal and harbour paintings and as a creator of art deco travel and British railway posters. From 1900 onwards he exhibited at the RA, and was awarded R.I. in 1929.
[Ref: 49158]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Berwick upon Tweed.
Berwick upon Tweed.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, London, July 1. 1822.
Aquatint with very fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Large margins.
A view of the Berwick upon Tweed in Northumberland with the Old Bridge on the right spanning the River Tweed. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 47142]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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To Jacob Wilkinson Esq.r this View of Berwick upon Tweed,
To Jacob Wilkinson Esq.r this View of Berwick upon Tweed, is with the greatest respect inscribed by His most obedient Servants J. Stuart and F. Jukes.
Drawn by C. Catton. Engraved by F. Jukes.
London, Pub.d March 20, 1793, by F. Jukes No 10, Howland Street.
Aquatint with hand colour. 465 x 640mm (18¼ x 25¼"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the town from the north side of the Tweed, showing the medieval town walls and the Grade 1 listed bridge, built 1611-24. One of a series 'Six Scottish Views' after Charles Catton (1756-1819), an artist who emigrated to America c.1802.
See Ref: 52777
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To the Hon.ble Sir John Vaughn K.B. and the Hon.ble C. Carpenter This View of the Town and Bridge of Berwick
To the Hon.ble Sir John Vaughn K.B. and the Hon.ble C. Carpenter This View of the Town and Bridge of Berwick is with the greatest respect inscribed by His most obedient Servants J. Stuart and F Ju.kes
Drawn by C. Catton Jun.r. Engraved by F. Jukes.
London, Pub.d March 20, 1793, by F. Jukes No 10, Howland Street.
Aquatint with hand colour. 465 x 640mm (18¼ x 25¼"). Trimmed and taped on paper. Some light foxing and a mark in the sky.
A view of the town from the south side of the Tweed, showing the medieval town walls and the Grade 1 listed bridge, built 1611-24. One of a series 'Six Scottish Views' after Charles Catton (1756-1819), an artist who emigrated to America c.1802.
See Ref: 52776
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The South-West Prospect of the City of Carlisle.
The South-West Prospect of the City of Carlisle.
Sam.l & Nath.l Buck del. et sculp. Published according to Act of Parliam.t April 15th 1745,. Garden Court No 1. Middle Temple London [but published by Robert Sayer c.1774].
Engraving. Plate: 315 x 800mm (12½ x 31½''). Trimmed in plate on lower edge.
A detailed prospect of Carlisle, with a 18-point key below. From the series 'Buck's Perspective Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales'.
[Ref: 50052]   £330.00  
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Cresswell from the Quarry Point.
Cresswell from the Quarry Point.
1849 [pencil]
Lithograph with tintstone, large margins, very rare, printed area 235 x 280mm (9¼ x 11").
Cresswell, on the Northumberland coast.
[Ref: 35025]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Church of St. Bartholomew, Apostle and Martyr, Cresswell.]
[Church of St. Bartholomew, Apostle and Martyr, Cresswell.]
[Anon, c.1840]
Lithograph with tintstone, large margins, very rare, printed area 305 x 425mm (12 x 16¾").
St. Bartholomew's church in Cresswell, Northumberland, consecrated in 1836. It was built for the Baker-Cresswell family of Cresswell Hall.
[Ref: 35024]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A Perspective View of Dilston Hall,
A Perspective View of Dilston Hall, once the Seat of the Unfortunate James, Earl of Derwent-Water.
T. Oliver delin. Spilsbury sculp Russell-Court London.
Drawn on the Spot by Tho.s Oliver of Hexham in Northumberland & Published according to Act of Parliament July 17, 1766.
Engraving. 430 x 470mm (17 x 18½"). A few repaired tears, creasing, laid on album paper. Bit messy.
A view of Dilston Hall, at Dilston, near Corbridge, Northumberland, at one time the seat of James Radclyffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater, with three columns of text lamenting his death. Radclyffe, grandson of Charles II and Moll Davis, began the construction of a grand mansion to replace the old Hall, but the works was never completed as he was beheaded for his part in the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion. Dilston Hall came into the hand of the Fofeit Estates Commission. After a corrupt sale was annulled in 1731, the Greenwich Hospital Act 1735 directed that the estate's income should be used to complete the construction of Greenwich Hospital. The Greenwich Commissioners ordered its demolition in 1765 (the year before the publication of this plate), leaving standing only the castle tower and the chapel: the castle is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade I listed building.
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Grey Street, Newcastle.
Grey Street, Newcastle.
Drawn by W. Boosey.
Published by Andrew Reid, 117, Pilgrim St. Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Sepia tinted lithograph heightened in white, sheet 280 x 375mm. 11 x 14¾". Diagonal crease in lower section of lithograph.
Grey Street in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, built by John Dobson and Richard Grainger in the 1830s, and renowned for its fine architecture. The composition is busy with pedestrian shoppers, carriages, and cavalry officers on horseback.
The late German-born British scholar of architecture, Sir Nikolaus Bernhard Leon Pevsner, describes Grey Street as one of the finest streets in England; Sir John Betjeman said: "As for the curve of Grey Street, I shall never forget seeing it to perfection, traffic-less on a misty Sunday morning. Not even Regent Street, even old Regent Street London, can compare with that descending subtle curve."

Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 18296]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Hetton Staiths.
Hetton Staiths.
Drawn on Stone by J.D. Harding. Printed by C. Hullmandel
Lithograph on indea, india dimensions 225 x 305mm (8¾ x 12") very large margins.
Hetton Staiths, part of the port of Sunderland.
[Ref: 43615]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland.
Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, London, July 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Watermarked 'J. Whatman Turkey Mill 1821'. Mint, with large margins, uncut.
A view of Lindisfarne Castle from the island, with the ruins of the Priory behind. From an early printing of William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 35962]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Holy Island Cathl.]
[Holy Island Cathl.]
Hy.G.Webb [pencil signature.]
[n.d. c.1900.]
Etching, signed in pencil. Plate: 175 x 270mm, (7 x 10½"). Small tear into lower left of margin.
The ruined cathedral on Lindisfarne, also known as Holy Island, Northumberland. The priory was founded c.635 but overrun by vikings in 875, it was re-established in 1093 as a Benedictine house and continued until its suppression in 1536 under Henry VII. Harry George Webb (1882-1914) was a landscape and architectural painter and etcher, who exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of Etchers. He set up the Caradoc Press in Chiswick in 1899 with his wife Hesba.
[Ref: 39784]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Port and Town of Newcastle upon Tyne, from the Rope Walk Gateshead.  Dedicated with Permission to the Right Worshipful the Mayor & Corporation of that Ancient Town by Their obliged and Obedient Servant. T. M.Richardson.
View of the Port and Town of Newcastle upon Tyne, from the Rope Walk Gateshead. Dedicated with Permission to the Right Worshipful the Mayor & Corporation of that Ancient Town by Their obliged and Obedient Servant. T. M.Richardson.
T.M.Richardson pinxit. Engraved by Robt. Havell & Son. 3 Chapel Str. Tottenham Court Road.
Published Feby. 1819 by T. M. Richardson, Newscastle.
Coloured aquatint with washed borders. 670 x 470mm. Two tears effecting the washed margins. Reverse has worn areas from an old card backing.
Thomas Miles Richardson, (1784-1848) Having revealed a deep love of drawing he didn't follow this passion until after his fathers death when he accepted a position as Drawing Master at a Newcastle school. In 1813, after six years as both master of St Andrew’s and a private drawing master, he resigned his school position to devote his life to painting. Initially his work attracted little local interest, and he found it difficult to make a living as an artist. However, from 1814, he began to gain a wide reputation as a result of his exhibiting works in London, at the Royal Academy and the British Institution. In 1813, after six years as both master of St Andrew’s and a private drawing master, he resigned his school position to devote his life to painting. Initially his work attracted little local interest, and he found it difficult to make a living as an artist. However, from 1814, he began to gain a wide reputation as a result of his exhibiting works in London, at the Royal Academy and the British Institution. Richardson continued to live in Newcastle, and so dominate the local art scene. In 1822, his own house in Brunswick Place was used as the venue for the first fine art exhibition to be staged in the North of England. The success of the exhibition led to the foundation of first the Northumberland Institution for the Promotion of Fine Arts, and later the Northern Academy of Arts. In 1831, he also helped to launch the Northern Society of Painters in Water-Colours. A leading exhibiting member of these organisations, he made a particularly notable contribution to the Northern Academy in 1830 with four large paintings. Moot Hall, the Castle Keep, the neo-Gothic spire of St. Nicholas' church ar all visible in this view. Gateshead was a prosperous settlement in the Roman Times, and during the Industrial Revolution and Victorian Era it became one of the focal points for industries in the North East due to its easily accessible port.
[Ref: 4886]   £800.00  
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[Eastern entrance to Newcastle.]
[Eastern entrance to Newcastle.]
T.M. Richardson del.t S. Humble sculpt.
[n.d., c.1815.]
Engraving, 305 x 370mm. Proof before title. Uncut sheet.
The eastern entrance to Newcastle on Tyne, with a horse-drawn cart in the foreground.
[Ref: 8390]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Assembly Rooms at Newcastle on Tyne.]
[The Assembly Rooms at Newcastle on Tyne.]
T.M. Richardson Del.t. S. Humble Sculpt.
[n.d., c.1815.]
Engraving, 305 x 370mm. Proof before title. Uncut sheet.
Open to both men and women, Assembly Rooms held concerts, balls and other entertainments for the upper classes. The Newcastle Assembly Rooms were built in 1776 in the city's historic Grainger Town district.
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The Assembly Rooms at Newcastle on Tyne
The Assembly Rooms at Newcastle on Tyne Dedicated by permission to Cuthbert Ellison, Esq.r M.P. for the Town, by his obliged obedient Servant, S. Humble.
T.M. Richardson Del.t. S. Humble Sculpt.
London, Pub. Aug. 21 1815 by S. Humbld, 34 Horleyford Place, Kennington Common.
Engraving, 305 x 370mm. Uncut sheet.
Open to both men and women, Assembly Rooms held concerts, balls and other entertainments for the upper classes. The Newcastle Assembly Rooms were built in 1776 in the city's historic Grainger Town district.
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[A Grand House, Newcastle.]
[A Grand House, Newcastle.]
T.M. Richardson del.t S. Humble Scul.t
[n.d., c.1815.]
Proof before letters. 305 x 370mm. 12 x 14½". Uncut sheet.
A country house.
[Ref: 8612]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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St. Nicholas' Church.
St. Nicholas' Church. Newcastle upon Tyne.
Painted by T.M. Richardson. Engraved by T. Hodgetts.
Published, Dec 15, 1828 by M.A. Richardson, Newcastle and by Moon, Boys & Greaves, Printsellers to His Majesty Pall Mall London. Proof [lower right].
Mezzotint with etching on india laid paper, 500 x 370mm. 19¾ x 14½". Two horizontal creases through image.
A very rare view in Newcastle. After Thomas Miles Richardson (1784 - 1848), locally published.
[Ref: 9176]   £350.00  
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View of the Port and Town of Newcastle upon Tyne, from the Rope Walk Gateshead.  Dedicated with Permission to the Right Worshipful the Mayor & Corporation of that Ancient Town by Their obliged and Obedient Servant. T. M.Richardson.
View of the Port and Town of Newcastle upon Tyne, from the Rope Walk Gateshead. Dedicated with Permission to the Right Worshipful the Mayor & Corporation of that Ancient Town by Their obliged and Obedient Servant. T. M.Richardson.
T.M.Richardson pinxit. Engraved by Robt. Havell & Son. 3 Chapel Str. Tottenham Court Road.
Published Feby. 1819 by T. M. Richardson, Newscastle.
Coloured aquatint with washed borders. 670 x 470mm, 26½ x 18½". Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
Thomas Miles Richardson, (1784-1848) Having revealed a deep love of drawing he didn't follow this passion until after his fathers death when he accepted a position as Drawing Master at a Newcastle school. In 1813, after six years as both master of St Andrew’s and a private drawing master, he resigned his school position to devote his life to painting. Initially his work attracted little local interest, and he found it difficult to make a living as an artist. However, from 1814, he began to gain a wide reputation as a result of his exhibiting works in London, at the Royal Academy and the British Institution. Richardson continued to live in Newcastle, and so dominated the local art scene. In 1822, his own house in Brunswick Place was used as the venue for the first fine art exhibition to be staged in the North of England. The success of the exhibition led to the foundation of first the Northumberland Institution for the Promotion of Fine Arts, and later the Northern Academy of Arts. In 1831, he also helped to launch the Northern Society of Painters in Water-Colours. A leading exhibiting member of these organisations, he made a particularly notable contribution to the Northern Academy in 1830 with four large paintings. Moot Hall, the Castle Keep, the neo-Gothic spire of St. Nicholas' church ar all visible in this view. Gateshead was a prosperous settlement in the Roman Times, and during the Industrial Revolution and Victorian Era it became one of the focal points for industries in the North East due to its easily accessible port.
[Ref: 28107]   £650.00  
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Newcastle Sur La Tyne. Newcastle upon Tyne. 34.
Newcastle Sur La Tyne. Newcastle upon Tyne. 34.
Dessiné et lith par J. Arnout. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Paris, Bulla Frères & Jouy éditeurs. Berlin, F.d Ebner, 196 Friedrichsstrasse. London, E. Gambart & Co. 25 Berners St. Oxf. St. New-York. Emile Seitz, 413 Broadway. [n.d. c.1850.]
Tinted lithograph with very large margins. 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"). Some foxing off image. Uncut.
View across the Tyne towards Newcastle. A merchant with a laden carriage crosses the bridge, where the new Swing Bridge stands today; to the left stands the High Level Bridge of 1781, with the old castle keep towering in the background. Steamer and other vessels on the river.
[Ref: 29988]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[Elswick Hall.]
[Elswick Hall.]
T.M. Richardson Del.t. S. Humble Sculp.t.
[n.d., c.1815.]
Copper engraving. Sheet 250 x 310mm, 9¾ x 12¼". Repaired tear, trimmed.
Elswick Hall. now Elswick Park, a ward of western Newcastle-upon Tyne.
[Ref: 19133]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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St Nicholas Church. Newcastle upon Tyne.
St Nicholas Church. Newcastle upon Tyne.
Painted by T.M. Richardson. Engraved by T. Hodgetts.
Published Dec.15.1828 by M.A. Richardson, Newcastle, and by Moon, Boys & Graves, Printsellers to His Majesty. Pall Mall, London.
Mezzotint and etching with very large margins, rare. Plate 495 x 374mm. 19½ x 14¾". Laid on card.
View of the church, looking diagonally from the left foreground towards the church tower, which is surmounted by an open crown turret and four pinnacles; townsfolk in the street, including a man talking to another sitting in a horse-drawn cart, and a woman who leans out of an upper window holding a large basket-cage.
[Ref: 27568]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Berwick upon Tweed.
Berwick upon Tweed.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by Mess.rs Longman, & Co. Paternoster Row, & W. Daniell, 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London. July, 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. On watermarked paper, 'J. Whatman. 1821'. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Mint, with large margins, uncut.
A view of Berwick from a hill, with sheep and figures on the hillside in the foreground at left, and castle walls stretching to the River Tweed behind. The 'Royal Border Bridge' across the river can be seen in the middle ground. Berwick-upon-Tweed, in the county of Northumberland is the northernmost town in England, was for more than 400 years central to the historic border war between the Kingdoms of England and Scotland, and several times possession of Berwick changed hands between the two kingdoms. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 36270]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Tynemouth, Northumberland.
Tynemouth, Northumberland.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell.
Published by W. Daniell, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, London, July 1, 1822.
Aquatint with fine original hand colour. 230 x 300mm (9 x 12"). Mint, with large margins, uncut.
A view of Tynemouth with the ruins of Tynemouth Priory, the lighthouse and fishing boats. From William Daniell's 'A Voyage Round Great Britain', a series of 308 aquatints published in eight volumes between 1814-1825, described by R.V. Tooley as 'the most important colour plate book on British Topography'.
Abbey: Scenery, 16; Tooley: Books with Coloured Plates 177.
[Ref: 35965]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Union Chain-Bridge across the river Tweed near Berwick.
Union Chain-Bridge across the river Tweed near Berwick. Designed and Executed by Capt.n S. Brown, R.N. Completed 1820. Length 361 feet. Weight 100 Tons.
W. Henderson del.t. T. Sutherland sculp.t.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Rare aquatint, printed in blue and brown. Sheet 245 x 375mm (9¾ x 14¾"). Trimmed within plate, very skillfully repaired tear in sky area left (not visible) some staining, laid on restorer's paper.
A view of the remarkable suspension bridge over the River Tweed between Horncliffe in Northumberland and Fishwick, Berwickshire, with an angler in the foreground. When it opened it was the longest wrought iron suspension bridge in the world; it is now the oldest suspension bridge still carrying road traffic. Captain Samuel Brown (1776-1852) championed the Royal Navy's use of chain link cables to replace unreliable hemp ropes in rigging. Leaving the navy he set up a chain-making company which provided the navy with chain until 1916. He also provided chain for Brunel's SS Great Eastern: the famous photographe of Brunel by Robert Howlett includes these chains. In 1817 he took out a patent titled the 'Construction of a Bridge by the Formation and Uniting of its Component Parts'. In 1819 he started building this bridge, with the help of John Rennie on the masonry, finishing in less than a year. In 1823 he built the Chain Pier in Brighton. In 1838 Brown was knighted by Queen Victoria.
[Ref: 52858]   £170.00   (£204.00 incl.VAT)
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