An aquatint by Joseph Farington and published by J and J Boydell.
The aquatint shows Henley in the background, from the hillside above the Wargrave road. The river runs through the centre with fields and hills beyond. A rainbow is in the right backgound and two figures are sitting looking down on the town.
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.
A watercolour painting, a copy of an original painting by Joseph Farington.
Showing the junction of the river Thames and Severn canal.
The image shows a bridge with a man riding a donkey over it. Behind the bridge is a round tower. The Severn canal flows under the bridge, to meet with the Thames in the background. On the reverse is an apparently unfinished painting of a maritime scene with man'o'war Henley over in pencil and grey wash- possibly by a different artist.
'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.
'The Source of the Thames'
A framed colour tinted engraving by Tombleson showing a view of the source of the Thames surrounded by decorative motifs and with the title printed below the picture.
Under the picture is London Black and Armstrong Foreign Booksellers to the Queen