Six New Views of Dover

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1844-1847

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Dover Castle from Charlton: print. etching from Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden, 1844-1847. Engraved on
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Dover from the Heights: print. etching from Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden, 1844-1847. Engraved on
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© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Shakespeare Cliff & Viaduct Dover: print. etching from Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden, 1844-1847.
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Dover from Shakespeare Cliff: print. etching from Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden, 1844-1847. Engraved
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© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Charlton Church Dover: print. etching from Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden, 1844-1847. Engraved on
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The Folkestone Viaduct, South Eastern Railway: print. etching from Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden,
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print. etching. Six New Views of Dover / published by T. Rigden, 1844-1847. Engraved on steel, includes views of trains serving Dover Harbour, and the Folkestone viaduct /1 Dover [view of harbour and castle] J Shury sculp. Dillon del. published by T. Rigden, Jany 18. 1847. /2 Dover Castle from Charlton/ J Shury sc. published by T. Rigden, 1846. /3 Shakespeare Cliff and Viaduct. / W. Burgess del. J Shury sc. published by T. Rigden, 1844 [with passenger railway train] /4 Dover from Shakespeare Cliff / W. Burgess del. published by T. Rigden, 23 Sep, 1844 [with railway train, view of cliffs, castle and ships in harbour] /5 Charlton Church, Dover. / Dillon del. J.Shury sculp. published by T. Rigden, Jan 18, 1846 [with passenger railway train] [view of sluice gates on river, barns and haystacks] /6 The Folkestone viaduct, South Eastern Railway. / W. Burgess del. J.Shury sc. published by T. Rigden, April 19, 1844 [train on viaduct] 13.5 x 21.7 cm. booklet cover coloured letterpress.

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1985-450
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Marrin, G. & D.I. and Sons
status:
Permanent collection

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