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Oxford Almanack 6 .

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Oxford University Almanack 6

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...



1731     A Design for the new buildings of Magdalen College,

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

A Design for the new buildings of Trinity College with Founders and Benefactors 1732

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


1733   Founders and Benefactors of St. John’s College, with a “ bìrd‘s eye"view of the Buildings
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


1734 Founders and Benefactors of St. John’s College, with a view of the inner Quadrangle

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 plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;ff £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1735

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



1736    Founders and Benefactors of Oriel College, with a view of the Buildings.

fPublished 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 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

1737     Founders and Benefactors of Merton College, with Loggan’s view of the Buildings

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


1738     Founders and Benefactors of Wadham College +  Design for the new buildings

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

1739; Founders and Benefactors of Exeter College, and view of the Buildings taken about 1670. 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>



1739 Founders and Benefactors of Exeter College

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



1741    Design for the new buildings of Worcester College, with Founders and Benefactors + Gloucester Hall in the Bckground

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 



1742     Design for the new buildings of Balliol College, with Founders and Benefactors

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



 
1744     Founders and Benefactors of Pembroke College, with a view of the Building,

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



1747 A Design for the rebuilding of Hertford College. . . design not used

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



rare double

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 ;£75 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1748 Founders and Benefactors of St. Alban Hall

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


1749 Founders and Benefactors of Old Magdalen Hall

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


1750  New Inn Hall with Principals and eminent men

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 plates and copies the damaged plates for  his folio ;ff £55 inc delivery these all have varying water marks to the base right corner in the margin


1751 Interior of Radcliffe's Library.

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

1753     University College Chapel with eastern Quadrangle, King Alfred etc

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



1755     Science leading Man from sloth and Sensuality. . . allusion to the depraivity of Exeter



 1756 The design for the New Buildings of Trinity College, with a portrait of the Founder

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



1758 Minerva leading Ala Mater Arundel and Pomfret Marbles, and Founders, &c. of Corpus Christi
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



1759     South Front of the Sheldonian Theatre,
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 


 
1760     The Radcliffe lnñrmary
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



1761 Founder and Benefactors of Queen‘s College. - Old Building

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 top left corner 

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