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Johannes Kip.  .

Kip Britannia Illustrata

Britannia Illustrata: Or Views of Several of the Queen's Palaces, also of the Principal seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, Curiously Engraven on 80 Copper Plates. London (1707) [1708/9].. .Initially the Palaces, Mansions & Country Seats were etched by Kip, after birds-eye views after Leonard Knyff, Robert Atkyns, James Collins, David Loggan, William Emmett, David Lockley, James Simon, Wenceslaus Hollar, Henry Winstanley and others, but as the project developed, Kip produced both the drawings and the etchings. This, is Kip's best work, Britannia Illustrata is among the most important English topographical publications of the 18th. century.They clearly delineate not only the buildings but the entire estates, for example the entire orchards, gardens and other details are depicted with great accuracy. Printed upon early eighteenth century hand-made, laid paper and with the vertical centre fold, as always. Johannes Kip (1653 - 1722) was a Dutch draughtsman, engraver, and print dealer who was active in England, after producing works for the court of William of Orange in Amsterdam. Following the Glorious Revolution of 1688, Kip accompanied the Court to England and settled in Westminster, where he conducted a thriving print selling business from his house in St. John's Street. He also worked for various London publishers producing engravings, largely for book illustrations. His most important works were the execution of the illustrations for Britannia Illustrata, 1708; The Ancient and Present State of Gloucestershire, 1712, and Le Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne, 1715. Leonard Knyff (1650 - 1721) was a Dutch draughtsman and painter, who collaborated with Johannes Kip to produce views of country houses and gardens for the publications, Britannia Illustrata, 1708 ; Le Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne, 1715.. . . newer items to the top Cathedrals at base of page  Data page click here

    

** Any of these Gloucestershire ones may be whitened but are shown as is in case they are wanted au naturel **



Chepstow castle belonging to his grace  the Duke of Beauford by Johannes Kip 1712

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION toning to the central seam can be cleane if wished but would delay posting by a week : £165 inc delivery full page





Shurdington, the Seat of Dulcibella Laurence, Relict of William Laurence, . . Gloucestershire 
 
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper   offsetting top rght of hill, offsetting margin left *




Leckhampton the seat of the Revd. Thomas by Johannes Kip 1712

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect a few minor spots sky left


Cleeve Hill the seat of William Player Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect




Over the seat of John Dowell Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper *



Alderly the seat of Mrs. Hale Widdow Matthew Hale Esq by Johannes Kip 1712

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  separation to base fold



Rendcomb the seat of Sr. John Guise Bart. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page
very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect offsetting of a few letters in title


Hull Alias Hill the Seat of Sr Edwart Fust Bart by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page
very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect



Bradley, The Seat of Thomas Dawes Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page
very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect



Dyrham, the Seat of William Blathwait Esqr. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper separation to fold in margin  otherwise perfect

The North Prospect of Gloster Cathedral Knightey Chetwood. D.D. Dean by Johannes Kip 1712


Hales Abbey, the seat of the Lord Tracy. Henbury the Seat of Simon Harcourt Esqr. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect one part paper is thin from printer
 


View of Wyck in Gloucestershire, The Seat of Richard Haines, Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  separation to base fold and small tear *




Badminton by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  separation to fold at base sent repaired



Barrington The Seat of Edmond Bray Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  staining to margin  from age/ink *




Berkley Castle, the Seat of the Earl of Berkley. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  staining to margin  from age/ink *



Broadwell, the Seat of Danvers Hodges, Esq, Gloucestershire. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper *



Cirencester, the Seat of Allen Bathurst, Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  offsetting in margin left *



Cirencester Abbey by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  printers crease in margin base




Southam in Gloucestershire, the Seat of Kinard De La Bere, Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect *



Coberly the seat of Jonathan Castelman Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect *



Didmarton, the Seat of Robert Codrington, Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper staining in title area *



Upper Dowdeswell, the Seat of Lionel Rich, Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page   very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect *



Sandywell, the Seat of Henry Bret, Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect *



Easington, the Seat of Nathaniel Stevens, Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper pin hole in paper left margin ( printers error)  otherwise perfect


Fairford, the Seat of Samuel Barker, Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect separation to base seam will repair *



Flaxley in Gloucestershire, the Seat of Mrs Bovey / Flaxley Abbey by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect *



Hatherop, the Seat of Sir John Webb, Bart. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect one blemish top right 2mm *



Kempsford, the Seat of the Lord Viscount Wymouth by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect *



Miserden, the Seat of William Sandys, Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £195 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect


Nibley the Seat of George Smyth Esq very
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page light toning to paper  otherwise perfect


Clower Wall, the Seat of Francis Wyndham Esq.  by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect offsetting to boder left edge


Wotton in Gloucestershire, The Seat of Thomas Horton, Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect


Saperton, the Seat of Sir Robert Atkyns. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect


Sherborn, the Seat of Sr Ralph Dutton Bart. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect some offsetting in sky left


Shipton Moyne the Seat of Walter Estcourt Esq by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect


Shipton Moyne The Seat of Mrs Hodges relict of Tho Hodges by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect


Syston the Seat of Sam Trotman Esq. by Johannes Kip 1712
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect



Witcombe Park the Seat of Sr Michael Hickes
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect some offsetting in sky left *




Seavenhampton the Seat of Sr Wm Dodwell
From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and and being the second edition on rag paper so lightly cream, the first edition is on white laid paper. . .CONDITION  can be clean if wished but would delay posting by a week : £185 inc delivery full page  very light toning to paper  otherwise perfect*






Swell the Seat of Sir Robert Atkyns,

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and in very good condition. . .CONDITION : £195 inc delivery full page





Stanway the Seat of John Taylor esq,

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and in very good condition. . .CONDITION : £195 inc delivery full page




Syston the Seat of Sam Trotman esq
Antique  Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches. London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. .£195 inc delivery






The West Prospect of Gloucester City To the Mayor and Alderman,

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and in very good condition. . .CONDITION : £205 inc delivery full page
 




The West Prospect of Gloucester City To the Mayor and Alderman,

From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins . . ..CONDITION :Copy one vertical creasing from the book folds needs a good press/light iron £165 inc delivery full page
CONDITION copy 2:  extensive creasing  as in pic above needs a good press/light iron £145 inc delivery full page

Gloster City Th Bown Alderman   Gloucester City, Thomas Brown Esq Alderman.
 tinted



Gloster City Th Bown Alderman   Gloucester City, Thomas Brown Esq Alderman.

 From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins CONDITION : some creasing needs a good press/light iron £165 inc delivery full page  x 2 available




Gloucester Cathedral

 From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins CONDITION :   £145 inc delivery full page






Gloster City Th Bown Alderman  More of these are listed on the Kip pages Gloucester City, Thomas Brown Esq Alderman.

 From Sir Robert Atkyns's ' The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire,' published in London in 1712, with seventy-three copper plates by Kip . Drawn and engraved by Johannes Kip arrived in England with King William III and Queen Mary II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He then travelled around England documenting notable estates.In the late 1700s, important houses fronted the public road and were the focus and pride of the local community. The gradually increasing wish for privacy during the 18th century often involved the re-routing of public roads and the shifting of villages.. , titled and with coat of arms above. Illustration size approximately 45 x 35cm (with centre fold, as were always issued). Good margins and in very good condition. . .CONDITION : £200 inc delivery
   


Haigh in the County Palatine of Lancaster2
London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION :cropped to plate mark. some staining in the base inscription, small edge tear bottom rt edge, £105 .


Lowther in the County of Westmorland, the Seat of the Rt. Honble. the Ld. Viscount Lonsdale, Ld. Privy Seal and one of his Majts. Most Honble. Privy Councill London

: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION : Slight age toning to the central seam at the base of the image some slight edge tears and minor soft creasing £165. .
 


   



Badminton in the County of Gloucester
one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort / Marquesse & Earle of Worcester 1 London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION :cut to just out of plate mark some minor creasing damage in sky top left
£105. .

  Gloucester the west prospect" of gloucester city to mayor and alderman,
London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION :98%perfection in image area but cut to plate mark by an idiot in the past £235 inc delivery


Toddington, The Seat of the Lord Tracy
London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION toning to central area separation to central spine will send mended plus staining to lower edge £85 inc delivery




Clower Wall the Sear of Francis Wyndham esq. . . Gloucestershire
London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION all okay crease out of image area £205 inc delivery







Flaxley, the seat of Mrs Bovey,
London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Johannes Kip /Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . .CONDITION : full page light tone but tinted £105. .
 

St Clement's Church in the Strand,
3rd state with the steeple designed by James Gibbs added to Wren's church, engraving, 570 x 590mm., old folds as issued , London: 1708-49. Copper engraving by Jan Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff, Sheet size: 18 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches. . This print is from Johannes Kip's survey of English castles, palaces and country houses during the reign of Queen Anne entitled Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, also published as Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne: ou description exacte des palais de la Reine, et des Maisons les plus considerables des des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes de la Grande Bretagne. . . c.1720. £225 perfect

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