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Drawing by Joseph Nash depicting Rochester in Kent. British School, ca. mid 19th century.
Copybook, printed by Gillman, Rochester, about 1846
The Mirror, or, Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, 25 June 1839, Vol.xxxiii, No.953, the front page illustrated with an etching entitled: 'Mr. Hampton's Ascent from Cremorne House, Chelsea', showing various views of the Albion Balloon with its inventor John Hampton and his parachute in his balloon and descending from it at Cremorne Gardens on 13 June 1839. Gabrielle Enthoven Collection.
Portrait of Mr Elliston in Rochester. Published in London by John Cumberland, 19th century
Watercolour depicting Rochester in the Medway by J.F. Branegan (exh. 1871-1875). Great Britain, ca. 1873.
Watercolour entitled 'Higham Abbey near Rochester' by William Alexander. Great Britain, 1795.
Sketchbook by Joseph Farington R.A., containing pen and ink, and pencil drawings of landscapes, namely around Rochester and Tonbridge. Great Britain, ca. 1790.
Swazzle comprising two aluminium strips enclosed by white cotton binding and secured by black cotton thread, used by a Punch and Judy man to create Punch's voice, made by Bob Wade, Rochester, Kent
Anonymous portrait miniature on card depicting the Earl of Rochester, after Samuel Cooper. English or French, ca. 17th century.
Topographical; England, Rochester, Anon
19thC, Guy Little Bequest; Deina ?, View of Rochester
to 8166; Dadson, W.; sketches; Rochester; 1824
William Hawksworth. On the Medway, Rochester. Great Britain, 6 October 1924.
20thC; Margolis Michael, Rochester, 1978
20thC; Margolis Michael, Rochester, 1975
20thC; Margolis Michael, Rochester, 1976
Thomas Robson, cartouche, Rochester, 1692
John Jolly, medallion & ach., Rochester, 1700
Thomas Lock, medallion & ach., Rochester, 1706
Hester Olive, medallion & ach., Rochester, 1735
Jacob Rolt, medallion & ach., Rochester, 1727
John Trevor, medallion & ach., Rochester, 1730
Jane Faunce, medallion & ach., Rochester, 1759
Richard Watts, medallion & ach., Rochester, 17--
Thomas Cod, bust, Rochester, c.1460
to part 67; West, J.; sketches - Rochester, Canterbury, Malvern, Glastonbury; 1844
Topographical Album, c. 1900, 19thC, 20thC, Britain, Bilbrough Bequest, Vol 1A (of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. England, Rochester
Swindley Brooks (Rochester). Phillpott, Lizzie (Mrs Buckland), 19thC
Anon. Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, by Sir Godfrey Kneller. Album, 'National Portraits', volume VIII. Photograph of painting from the National Portrait Exhibition, South Kensington, 1868. Published by the Arundel Society, 24 Old Bond Street. British, 19th century, albumen print.
Old frame for Lely's painting of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester
Design for the wall monument to Thomas Sprat by Francis Bird
Leslie Ward. Ancient House, Rochester. British, mid 1920s.
Design for an altar frontal
Philip Webb. Skeleton design for an embroidered altar-frontal for the chapel of Rochester and Southwark Diocesan Deaconess House with vine motif etc.
Charles Williams ("Argus"). The Child and Champion of Jacobinism, New Christened. Published London, October 1801.
Line engraving by Walker and Storer depicting Rochester, after a drawing by J. M. W. Turner, from a series of chiefly topographical scenes published in 'Copperplate Magazine and Itinerant' (1794-98), with some reprints from 'The Gentlemen's Magazine' (1831). Great Britain, 1794. (Mummery Bequest).
Line engraving by J. C. Varrall depicting Rochester, Stroud and Chatham in the Medway, Kent, after a drawing by J. M. W. Turner, for 'Picturesque Views in England and Wales'. Great Britain, 1838.
Mezzotint by T. Lupton entitled 'Rochester, on the River Medway', for the publication 'The Rivers of England' (also called 'River Scenery', 1823-7), after works by J. M. W. Turner. Great Britain, 1824.
Print, three-quarter-length portrait of Henrietta, Countess of Rochester, standing in a landscape and leaning against a pedestal. Plate two from the set entitled 'The Beauties of Windsor'. Mezzotint by Thomas Watson after Sir Peter Lely, 1779.
Pair of candlesticks
In the baroque style, with triangular bases
Cotton winged collar, retailed by Rochester, Great Britain, 1960s
Furnishing fabric 'Rochester' of woven cotton, designed by The Silver Studio, Great Britain, ca. 1905
Engraving pasted into a Record book belonging to an English engraver of goldsmiths' work; ca. 1710, England.
Bed cover and border
Man's evening dress shirt of cotton piqué, retailed by Rochester, Great Britain, 1960s
Rochester by Francis Frith & Co., ca. 1865.
'Old House, Dunstable, Bedfordshire', watercolour by Thomas Fisher, ca. 1812-ca. 1822
Alms Dish, Silver-gilt, made by John Hardman and Co, probably designed by A.W.N. Pugin, 1864-1865
Photograph of Bull Inn, Rochester, Kent, H. Snowden Ward, 1900
Piece of screen printed cotton with a bouquet of pink, white, yellow and blue flowers on black ground, furnishing fabric, 20th century.