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Below are the available antique lithographs of Crimean War scenes from
The Campaign in the Crimea: An historical sketch.
Illustrated by forty plates, from drawings taken on the spot by William Simpson

by George Brackenbury
Published by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi & Longman, Brown, etc., 1855-56
Lithographs by Day & Son, Lithographers to the Queen

The tinted lithographs are from drawings by William Simpson
Sheet size is approx. 9 3/8 x 6 1/2 inches
(approx. 24.5 x 16.5 cm)

Most plates have at least some minor foxing (mainly in margins and thus could be covered by matting).
Please view enlargements for any other condition issues.


Scenes from the Crimean War, as drawn by William Simpson

Sebastopol from the rear of the English Batteries
Sebastopol from the rear
of the English Batteries

$18

 

Second charge of the guards
Second charge of the guards

Distant view of Lord Raglan's head quarters before Sebastopol
Distant view of Lord Raglan's head quarters before Sebastopol

$18

 

Field of Inkermann
Field of Inkermann

Camp of the Naval Brigade before Sebastopol
Camp of the Naval Brigade
before Sebastopol

$25

 

Head of the harbour Sebastopol
Head of the harbour Sebastopol

$18

 

Camp of the Second Division, Looking East
Camp of the Second Division,
Looking East

$22

 

 

Sebastopol from the rear of the east, or extreme right of English attack
Sebastopol from the rear of the east, or extreme right of English attack

$18

 

View from the heights above Balaklava...
View from the heights above Balaklava...

$22

 

Excavated church in the caverns at Inkermann
Excavated church in the
caverns at Inkermann

$22

 

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