ROBERTSON (JAMES) Thirty-two views (including four panoramas) of the Crimean War by James Robertson
Lot 175A
ROBERTSON (JAMES) Thirty-two views (including four panoramas) of the Crimean War by James Robertson
Sold for £30,000 (US$ 50,975) inc. premium
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ROBERTSON (JAMES)
Thirty-two views (including four panoramas) of the Crimean War by James Robertson, albumen prints, mounted, 3 signed in negative, captioned in ink and numbered in pencil on most mounts, captioned in pencil on versos, in contemporary half morocco portfolio, rubbed, elephant folio, 1855 (32)

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  • Images approximately 220 x 300mm. and comprise: number 1 "Entrance of Balaclava: and Sanitorium"; number 2 "Interior of the Redan"; number 3, 3-part panorama of British graves, all parts signed in negative; number 4 "Interior of Mamellon"; number 5 "Fort Catherine. North Side", signed in negative; number 6 "Head of Dockyard and Greek Battery"; number 7 "Plain of Balaclava from Inside the Lines"; number 8 "Interior of Russian Works"; number 9 "The Docks", signed in negative; number 10 "Camp of 2nd Division from 4th Division"; number 11 "Interior of Malakoff Bedoutt. Remains of the Tower"; number 12 "Water Tanks between 2nd and Light Divisions"; number 13 "Street in Sebastopol", signed in negative; number 14 "Russian Mortar Battery"; number 15 "French Howitzer Battery opposite the Malakoff"; number 16 "Rear of Redan and Barrack Battery"; number 17 "Petit Redan"; number 18 "View of the Malakoff from the English Right Attack. Northern Battery"; number 19 "Kadikoi: and Road to Balaclava"; number 20 "Russian Battery"; number 21 "Armenian Church"; number 22 "Camp of the 2nd Division"; number 23, 3-part panorama of Sebastopol, showing "White Buildings", Armenian Church, Fort Nicholas, Fort Constantine, Entrance of Harbour and site of Port Paul; number 24, 2-part panorama of Sebastopol from the rear of the Redan, showing Government House, Fort Nicholas, Fort Catherine and "White Buildings"; number 25, 3-part panorama of Sebastopol and the Entrance of the Harbour; number 26 "Interior of a Russian Battery", (illustrated); number 27 "Valley of Inkerman from Russian Side", signed in negative; number 28 "The Docks. Fort Nicholas in the Distance", (illustrated); number 29 "Fort Nicholas. White Buildings. Dockyard"; number 30 "Balaclava Harbour"; number 31 "Sebastopol from the North Side of the Harbour"; number 32 "Fort Catherine. Port of the Town. Fort Nicholas".
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