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Oxford Alamanack 1. .

The Oxford Almanack, has been published by Oxford University Press since 1674. The Almanack, is one of a series of broadsides commissioned from the Oxford University Press who originally held the national monopoly on publishing almanacs. The engravings are a sequence done by brilliant engravers such as, Basire, Vertue and the Rookers and James Basire,to more recently Michael Burghers who used imagery ranging from the emblematic to the topographic.J.M.W.Turner's first employment was drawing the pictures for engraving Large folio (52 x 39cm)......Any print will be reserved upon receiving an email and kept for a week to allow a cheque to arrive...



The Oxford Almanac; The Oxford Almanack For the Year of our Lord God MDCCXXVII; print; almanac; George Vertue (Print made by); 1726

 These are all exactly as seen ie no data beneath some edge nicks etc for a full condition report and further images email. Two can be identified the others cannot other than c 1720. Stupidly rare not in the British Museum  catalogue age toning  as per being about 300 years old. Hopefully identifying the colleges in the background will assist dating as the description on my data page are a little 'loose'  when allegorical pics are concerned £155 inc delivery cheaper collected or more than one as must be sent flat with a courier tear rt edge



 Oxford Alamanac / he Oxford Almanac by Benjamin Green (Print made by); Samuel Wale (After); 1760; Oxford
  These are all exactly as seen ie no data beneath some edge nicks etc for a full condition report and further images email. Two can be identified the others cannot other than c 1720. Stupidly rare not in the British Museum  catalogue age toning  as per being about 300 years old. Hopefully identifying the colleges in the background will assist dating as the description on my data page are a little 'loose'  when allegorical pics are concerned  £155 inc delivery cheaper collected or more than one as must be sent flat with a courier
 


 Oxford Alamanac  /  Radcliffe camera ?

 These are all exactly as seen ie no data beneath some edge nicks etc for a full condition report and further images email. Two can be identified the others cannot other than c 1720. Stupidly rare not in the British Museum  catalogue age toning  as per being about 300 years old. Hopefully identifying the colleges in the background will assist dating as the description on my data page are a little 'loose'  when allegorical pics are concerned  £155 inc delivery cheaper collected or more than one as must be sent flat with a courier curling and creasing
   
Oxford Alamanac / Fragment 1747

 These are all exactly as seen ie no data beneath some edge nicks etc for a full condition report and further images email. Two can be identified the others cannot other than c 1720. Stupidly rare not in the British Museum  catalogue age toning  as per being about 300 years old. Hopefully identifying the colleges in the background will assist dating as the description on my data page are a little 'loose'  when allegorical pics are concerned £55 inc delivery cheaper collected or more than one as must be sent flat with a courier Condition; cut to image

1739  Oxford Almanack
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . Average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm  no wear no foxing marks £55 skelton restrike
 

1756 Oxford Almanack   Design for New Buildings for Trinity College.
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . Average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  no wear no foxing no tears £55 restrike

  Oxford Almanack   Queens. £55Skelton restrike
 
1790 Oxford Almanack   A Western View of All Souls College inc Radcliffe Camera, The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . Average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  drawn D Harris engraved by Isaac taylor ; £65 uncoloured as above stained to one edge
 

1815. Oxford Almanack  St. Frideswide's Shrine, Christ Church Cathedral 2 The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . Average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  by C Wilde engraved Joseph Skelton £55 x 2  tops only

1804 . Oxford Almanack  Divinity School Interior
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . Average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  £45 some creasing water mark left corner/crease rt corner 
 
1815. Oxford Almanack  St. Frideswide's Shrine, Christ Church Cathedral<
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . Average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  £45
 

1864 Oxford Almanack  he Meadow front of the Chaplains Building at Christ Church £55 The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image Roll of these Missing
 

1884 Oxford Almanack   Nixon's School in the Town hall Yard by Riley
from an etching  The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image   This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for over 100 years £55
 

1895 Oxford Almanack  East Front of the Ashmolean orig 1685 £35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for over 100 years. The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image

1897 Oxford Almanack   he New City Buildings St Aldates Street £35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage some for over 100 years . The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image
   
1898 Oxford Almanack  St Mary's Church from the Gate of the Presidents Lodging, Corpus Christi College
£35  This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for over 100 years The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image 1 left


1902 Oxford Almanack   rinity  College The Garden Gate erected 1713 from an etching by Monk £55 mint; good plate mark etc very heavy paper quality The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image



1908 Oxford Almanack  Kettal Hall, Broad Street
 £55 odd hand made paper will arrive in very large tube The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for over 100 years  1 left


1926 Oxford Almanack  he Ashmolean by Henry Rushbury from an etching
 . . . this is now the Science Museum by Henry Rushbury from an etching £35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for  years  The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image


1927 Oxford Almanack  the South Front of Christ Church by Henry Rushbury from an etching
£35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for  years The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image


1929 Oxford Almanack  View from the Warden's Lodgings New Collegefrom the Drawing by J Malchair 1786 . . £35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for  years The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image

1931 Oxford Almanack  The Old House in Castle Street orig by J C Buckler 1825
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image£35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for  years 1 left


1943 Oxford Almanack  Warwick Square London EC4 August 1941 with Amen House in the middle Distance by R Schwabe
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image £35 size on this one is smaller widthways This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for years
 
1934 Oxford Almanack  the Centenary of the Oxford Movement , Christ Church 18 July 1933 from a etching by Muirhead Bone
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image £55 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for  years font 1 left

1959 Oxford Almanack  Christ Church from the South East from a drawing by Robert Parkinson
< The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image £ 35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for years

1963 Oxford Almanack  Radcliffe Camera from Exeter College Garden from a drawing by Gilbert Spenser
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image£35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for years


1964 Oxford Almanack  Exeter College Chapel from Broad Street from a drawing by Robert Parkinson
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image £35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for years


1965 Oxford Almanack  St John's College gate to the Fellows Garden by Frances Kelly
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image £ 35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for over 100 years


1966 Oxford Almanack  Pembroke College
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image£ 55 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for  years  2 left

1967 Oxford Almanack  the Upper Library, Christ Church by David Gentleman
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image£ 35" This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for years
 

1979 Oxford Almanack   all complete just top shown Botanic garden by Clare Roberts
sold


1981
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image£ 25 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage for years . . posssibly the nicest to frame as a pic


1956 John Piper Almanack

Lithograph printed in blue, pink and black, on Mellotex, from an edition of 2000, with full margins, in good condition has been rolled in store £225



1983  Oxford Almanack   all complete just top shown Green College   by Eleanor partridge
The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year  . These are large average  size of Image 227 x 406 mm.  and often framed with the info folded back behind the mount  . All shown with  dates etc will be full page but shown in part to give a larger image £ 35   torn corner about 2 cm 1 left/

1786  Libraries and Schools from Exeter College Gardens      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1785 Trinity College Chapel,      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1784 The Fellows' Buildings of Corpus Christi College from the Fields      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1783 St. John’s College from the Garden      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin **faint watermk to corner image


 

1782  The Cathedral of Christ Church from the Dean`s Garden.      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin

 



1779    St. Giles’s, with part of St. John’s College      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin

 



1776    South-east view of Christ Church      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin




1775    South Front of Queen's College.     Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1774    Clarendon Printing House, &c    Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;  £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1772    Merton College from the North     Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used original plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1770   West Front of Oriel College.     Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin


1769    East Front of All Souls College     Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used f original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;ff £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin


1768    Merton College from the banks of the Cherwell     Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin



1779    St. Giles’s, with part of St. John’s College      Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used f original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin

 



1776    South-east view of Christ Church      Michael Rooker
love to see the cattle there now !

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin



 1775    South Front of Queen's College.     Edward & Michael Rooker

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;£55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the top left corner + the margin



1774    Clarendon Printing House, &c    Edward & Michael Rooker
Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin 



1727 Design for rebuilding  of Queen’s College, &c. /George Vertue
Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin



1728 All Souls College  George Vertue
Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin 


 

1729 New College,  from the Garden with a view of Chapel/Hall/Winchester College /George Vertue
Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin



1730  Magdalen College with old Magdalen Bridge /  George Vertue

Published 1866  restrike of the earlier  Oxford Almanack engraved view of Oxford and its surroundings, all originally published for 'The Oxford Almanack', all proofs before titles and letters.  From 'A Century and a half of designs engraved for the Oxford Almanac for the years 1716 -1865 ' published 1866 by OUP These are distinguished by the small date to the top right of the image but as they used the plates on quality paper sans the text they are often a better option for framing and oddly are rarer than many cut down originals . By Joseph Skelton who used  original platesand copies the damaged plates for  his folio ; £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner mainly in the margin



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