This auction is for:- A Map An Original page from an issue of :-
'The Illustrated London News '
DATED 1855 and is entitled :-
Panoramic View of Sebastopol Sketched from the Heights of Balaclava by Captain E. A. Hawker 21st Fusiliers
A Full page from an issue of the ILN with a Full page showing :-
The first is titled: "Sebastopol - - English Army Before Sebastopol - - English Fleet - - French Army of Observation - - Heights of Inkerman - - French Camp - - Russian Encampment". This engraving shows ships in the bay in the distance with mountains in the foreground etc
The second is titled: "Turkish Battery Taken by the Enemy – Tchdge de Dagh (mountain ) – Village of Tch Rgoum – English Camp of the 93rd Regt. – Zouave Camp – Marine Camp – Castle – Bay". This engraving shows ships in the bay in the foreground with mountains in the foreground and distance etc
There is a small amount (apprx. 80 wds) of related text on the reverse entitled "Panoramic View of Sebastopol"
There are unrelated articles on the reverse entitled Metropolitan News: Results of Meteorological Observations signed James Glaisher - - - The Health of London with numbers of deaths from Smallpox, measles, scarlatina, etc - - - Increase in the Assesment of Middlesex with mention of Mister Greenwell the Vestry Clerk at Marylebone - - - General Sir De Lacy Evans and Miel Meeting at the Beaufort Buildings - - - Improvements near the Houses of Parliament, Palace Yard etc - - - Smithfield Market and The New Cattle Market
Obituary of Eminent Persons: Keenlyside ©.
Queen Dowager of Sardinai Maria Theresa – with coat of arms engraved
Mrs Hamilton, Elizabeth, widow of Late Governor Henry Hamilton of Dominica, died at Bryanston St, Portman Square – with coat of arms engraved
Sir George Wombwell died at his town residence in George St, Hanover Square – with coat of arms
Thomas Deane Shute Esq late of Branshaw Hill County of Hants – with coat of arms
Lord Robertson – The Hon, Patrick Ronbertson died at Edinburgh SleekburnC.
Rear Admiral Sir Richard O'Connor KCH at his Residence 73 Westbourne Terr. Hyde Park
General Sir Andrew Francis Barnard Lieut. Gov. of Chelsea Hospital who died Reive at his residence there.
Town and Table Talk – The death of Mary Russell Mitford - - - Alleged Discovery of Novel by Sir Walter Scott - - - Death of Peter Robertson a Lord of Session in Scotland - etc
The page measures overall approximately 400 x 275 mm (16 x 10.75 "). There is some age yellowing - please check the larger picture for condition.
Anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description.
Being from a publication there is some text bleedthrough from the reverse. The text on the reverse which unless mentioned, will be unrelated to the image
This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested. (This may have an effect on packaging costs)
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