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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.
Cavalry Camp: Camp of the Scots Greys, Royals, Hussars, Dragoons and Inniskillens. Maj Gen James Scarlett and his entourage on the left. Key available.
19th Royal Hussars, amalgamated to the 15th/19th.
Uniforms of the British Army Past and Present.
Battle of Waterloo: Charge of the Life Guards after Luke Clennell.
British Army: 17 vignettes drawn from life of predominantly Guards regiments.
Battle of Inkermann: Second Charge of the Foot Guards retaking the Sandbag battery.
Cavalry Regiments including Scots Greys, Lancers, Hussars, Dragoons, Life Guards, RAC, RA and Coldstream. With key.
13th Hussars, amalgamated to the 13/18 Royal Hussars.
Hot Day in the Batteries: View towards Forts Constantine and St Nicholas with the docks to the left and the Malakoff to the right. Key available.
Rifle Regiments: King’s Royal, Scottish, Irish and Rifle Brigade.
Charge of the Light Division: Looking towards Balaclava. The charge led by the 13th Dragoons and 17th Lancers, followed by the 4th Lt Dragoons and 11Th Hussars, and the 8th Hussars. Key available.
The Mountain Battery: After the celebrated war artist RC Woodville. First Anglo-Sudan War.
Gloster Gladiator: Single Seat Fighter. After Howard Leigh.
Royal Scots Greys: Second Dragoons in marching order.
West India. Two Regiment.
Battle of the Boyne: Engraved by John Chapman.
Camp of the 3rd Division commanded by Gen. Lt. Sir Richard England. The division fought in the Battle of Alma and at the Siege of Sevastopol.
Household Cavalry: Life Guards.
Handley Page 0/400 twin engine night bomber: Signed in pencil with text on verso.
Military and Naval Medals: Sixteen types awarded between 1867-1884 including the Victoria Cross.
Lateral crossection of a composite submarine diving. With text and key to its internal function. The Geneva Naval Disarmament Conference 1927 failed to come to any agreement. After G. H. Davies.
British Overseas Forces: 16 crests from South Africa, Australia, Canada, Egypt, Guernsey, Hong Kong, India, Malay New Zealand.
Dive Bombers: After Howard Leigh.
Duke of Wellington: Unfinished portrait after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Commissioned by the socialite Lady Jersey who refused to allow anyone to complete it following the artist’s death.
Set of Four. Ships at Sea. A Calm, a Fresh Gale, a Squall and a Shipwreck.
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.
Guards: Uniforms of different ranks of the Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots and Irish Guards after the military artist Richard Simkin.
Attack on the Malakoff: The French storming the Russian Redoubt, which effectively ended the 11 month siege of Sebastopol.
Sopwith Cuckoo single seater torpedo carrier: Signed in pencil with text on verso.
British Warships: Destroyers. Cross-section of interior, Tribal class at exercise and HMS Lightening. With text.
Diamond Jubilee Review of the Royal Navy’s 165 ships, included 21 battleships and 44 cruisers.
Military orders given by various European Princes for the bravery of their subjects or military victories.
Spitfire: Unveiling of the new RAF fighter on 20 May Empire Day.
Battle of Leipsic: Flight of the French from the Allied Armies after their defeat at the Battle of Leipsic. Napoleonic Wars.
Handley Page Halifax: RAF’s Longest-Range Bomber:
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..
Camp of the Light Division. Consisting of the Royal Horse Artillery, the Royal Artillery and the Rifle Brigade.
British Overseas: 9th Bengal Cavalry. Officers and Troopers.
Disarm positions. Volte, tierce, thrust carte, defensive and Spanish guard. Twelve examples.
Offensive and Defensive positions. Inside and outside guard and thrust, parade, tierce, carte and parry.Twelve examples.
Koojak Pass, Balochistan: The first of three descents by the British Army of the Indus through the perilous pass. First Anglo Afghanistan War:
WWII: American Military Decorations, Awards and Service Ribbons. With description of appropriate protocols and dress.
Battle of Ulundi: 15,000 Ingobamkhosi led by Uumntwana Ziwedu Kampande were defeated by some 4,000 infantry and cavalry under Lord Chelmsford. Anglo-Zulu War.
Battle of Tel El Kebir: Bird’s Eye with key of General Wolseley’s victory over the Egyptian forces.
Royal Lancers: Dramatic charge at the Royal Military Tournament.
The ‘Victory’ Breaks the Line: The Moment of Nelson’s Death. View of the Victory, Ajax Santissima Trinidad Bucentaure and Redoubtable after Chevalier Eduardo de Martino.
Duke of Edinburgh’s Wiltshire Regiment 62nd & 99th. Now the Duke of Edinburgh’s Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire).
Shooting the Beam: Machinegunning from the cockpit. After Howard Leigh.
Royal Navy: Commander, Captain, Admiral, Surgeon Lieutenant, Sub-Lieutenant.
Martinsyde Elephant single seater fighter: Signed in pencil with text on verso.
Rangoon: The Army in formation with the earliest depiction of a Congreve Rocket. First Anglo Burmese War.
British Warships: Battle-Cruisers. Cross-section of HMS Repulse with diagrams of HMS Reknown and HMS Repluse. With text.
Last Shot in the Soudan: After the celebrated war artist RC Woodville. First Anglo-Sudan War:
British Ships: Six views including the Royal Anna, the Royal Sovereign and different 2nd and 3rd rates.
Charge of the Heavy Brigade of Royal Scots Greys. Crimean War.
Harry Grace a Dieu or Great Harry: Two views of the flagship of Henry VIII from a depiction in the Anthony Roll, a tudor naval record at the Pepys Library.
Welsh Guards at the Bank of England. Guardians of Britain’s Gold.