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Map of the City of Durham, England Victorian Engraving, 1840 Featured Newcastle Print

Map of the City of Durham, England Victorian Engraving, 1840

Very Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraving of Map of the City of Durham, England Victorian Engraving, 1840. Source: Original edition from my own archives. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

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Black Gate, Newcastle BB84_02876 Featured Newcastle Print

Black Gate, Newcastle BB84_02876

BLACK GATE, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. The New Castle at Newcastle upon Tyne was founded by the Normans to command a crossing of the River Tyne. The Keep was built in 1168-1178, while the Black Gate (a gateway into the barbican) dates from 1247. Photographed in 1864 by George Price Boyce

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The Newcastle Plate, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Newcastle Print

The Newcastle Plate, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Newcastle Plate, 1844. Horse racing trophy: The magnificent piece of plate which is to be run for at Newcastle-upon-Tyne...has been executed by Messrs. Lister and Sons...The subject is from Froissart's "Chronicles," and the old "Ballad of Chevy Chase," which is deeply interesting to Northumbrians, the memorable battle occurring in that county. The main incident - "the fall of the Douglas, who was slain by an arrow" - is the one chosen by the modeller, Mr. Sharp: the chief is seen at the moment when he is struck by the arrow which pierced him to the heart; the right foot of the archer is placed on the deer, and the Douglas wavering in his seat, his hand on the dart which is draining his life's blood...Her Majesty and Prince Albert have honoured Mr. Lister, by inspecting the plate at Buckingham Palace...the value is one hundred and fifty pounds'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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