Engraving by JW Parker, W Shoubridge and WB Cooke, 1838.
Framed print of the river Cam, in Cambridgeshire. The image shows the river flowing through the landscape, with a paddle and rymer weir, and several houses on the river banks. There are also people working in the fields in the foreground.
A framed engraving showing a view of Chatham drawn by Tombleson, engraved by Payne and published by Tombleson & Co.
A coloured print of Chatham with the town and harbour in the distance and a shepherd and sheep in the foreground.
A framed colour engraving painted by Tombleson and published by Tombleson & Co with engraving by J How.
Shows Southwark Bridge in the centre of the picture with a pleasure boat in the foreground beside the riverbank and a steam boat travelling towards the bridge.
"Shiplake Lock and Paper Mill"
A print in black and white of a mill and lock with some ducks on the water and a stately home in the hill in the distance.
Print drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by W B Cooke. Published on the 1st of December 1810 by Vernor Hood & Sharpe, Poultry and W Cooke, 12 York Place, Pentonville.
A framed engraving of Fawley Court drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by W Cooke. Published in London Feb 1st 1810 by Vernor Hood and Sharpe, Poultry & W Cooke, 2 Clarence Place, Pentonville.
A view of the river with fishermen in a boat and a pair of swans with the house of Fawley Court in the distance amongst trees.
'Bisham Abbey, Berkshire'
A framed colour engraving of the Abbey on the left behind some trees with a sailing barge on the river and a large house in the centre.
By Tombleson, engraved by H Winkles and published by Tombleson & Co.