To see some of our specialist collections, please click the links below.
Dr James Atkinson – First Anglo-Afghanistan War
Lieutenant Joseph Moore – First Anglo- Burmese War
William Jones & Co – British Uniforms
This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique Military and Naval prints. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Koojak Pass, Balochistan: The first of three descents by the British Army of the Indus through the perilous pass. First Anglo Afghanistan War:
Last Shot in the Soudan: After the celebrated war artist RC Woodville. First Anglo-Sudan War:
Diamond Jubilee Review of the Royal Navy’s 165 ships, included 21 battleships and 44 cruisers.
British Ships: Six views including the Royal Anna, the Royal Sovereign and different 2nd and 3rd rates.
Siege of Sebastopol: Panoramic view with key to details of positions and arms.
Battle of Tel El Kebir: Bird’s Eye with key of General Wolseley’s victory over the Egyptian forces.
Camp of the 3rd Division, Crimean War:
Royal Scots Greys: Second Dragoons in marching order.
Cavalry Regiments including Scots Greys, Lancers, Hussars, Dragoons, Life Guards, RAC, RA and Coldstream. With key.
British Army: 17 vignettes drawn from life of predominantly Guards regiments.
Rangoon: The Army in formation with the earliest depiction of a Congreve Rocket. First Anglo Burmese War.
Royal Navy: Commander, Captain, Admiral, Surgeon Lieutenant, Sub-Lieutenant.
Key to the illusionistic circular battle panorama of Trafalgar exhibited by Henry Barker, now lost. The viewer stepped up into the center illuminated by daylight to be given the sense of being in the midst of the battle. A miniature version of the original panorama is at Greenwich, c1820 by William Heath and is the only known surviving example. The circular illusion panorama was invented by Robert Barker.
Rifle Regiments: King’s Royal, Scottish, Irish and Rifle Brigade.
Battle of Trafalgar: After the painting ‘Twas in Trafalgar’s Bay’ by the eminent marine artist Charles de Lacy.
Battle of Medway June 1667: Infamous raid on the Thames through Rochester, Chatham and the Isle of Sheppey. After Romeyn de Hooghe’s engraving after Willem Schellink, first published by Nicolas Visscher in 1667. Second Anglo-Dutch War.
Military and Naval Medals: Sixteen types awarded between 1867-1884 including the Victoria Cross.
Battle of Havana 1762: The British under the Earl of Albermarle capturing the ‘Queen of the Antilles’. Seven Years War:
Uniforms of the British Army Past and Present.
British Overseas Forces: 16 crests from South Africa, Australia, Canada, Egypt, Guernsey, Hong Kong, India, Malay New Zealand.
The Mountain Battery: After the celebrated war artist RC Woodville. First Anglo-Sudan War.
Set of Four. Ships at Sea. A Calm, a Fresh Gale, a Squall and a Shipwreck.
Battle of Waterloo after George Jones RA. Jones served in the Peninsular war, and was noted both for his realistic depictions of military engagements and striking resemblance to Wellington..
Military orders given by various European Princes for the bravery of their subjects or military victories.
British Army Headress 1750-1900. Forty-seven different regimental headresses.
Battle of Trafalgar. The combined fleet at half-past two. HMS Victory disengaging from the Redoubtable, lashed alongside HMS Temiraire at the moment the Fougueux became prize of the latter. Left is HMS Royal Sovereign with her prize the Santa Anna demasted. Right the Bucentaure and the Santisima Trinidad.
Battle of Leipsic: Flight of the French from the Allied Armies after their defeat at the Battle of Leipsic. Napoleonic Wars.
Charge of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade, Crimean War.
Duke of Wellington: Unfinished portrait after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Commissioned by society hostess Lady Jersey, she refused to allow anyone to complete it following the artist’s death.
Guards: Uniforms of different ranks of the Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots and Irish Guards after the military artist Richard Simkin.
Welsh Guards at the Bank of England. Guardians of Britain’s Gold.
Royal Lancers: Dramatic charge at the Royal Military Tournament.
Battle of Waterloo: Charge of the Life Guards after Luke Clennell.
Maelstrom: Double view showing the Maelstrom, a system of whirlpools first mentioned by the ancient Greek historian Pytheas and the large waves that it creates.