Two bird's-eye views of country houses with adjoining gardens, mounted on one sheet.
- 'Aldington, West Courty[ard], Seat of Richard Sheldon Esq.'; 'J. Bad[e]slade delin.'; 'J[an]. Kip sculp.'; Jan Kip after J[ ] Badeslade; 42.5 x 34.2 cm on 46.5 x 35.9 cm sheet; ; from John Harris, 'The History of Kent' (London: Midwinter, 1719), plate 13, p. 98.
- 'Badminton in the county of Gloucester, one of the Seats of the Most and Noble & Potent Prince Henry, Duke of Beaufort [...]'; 'L[eonard]. Knyff D.'; 'J[an]. Kip'; Jan Kip after Leonard Knyff; 47.4 x [34.7] cm on [ ] x 48.2 cm sheet; ; from Leonard Knyff and Jan Kip, 'Britannia Illustrata or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain' (London: David Mortier, 1707), plate 10.
'Cities Exhibition No. 894'
'Cities Exhibition No. 118, lent by Joseph Rowntree Village Trust'
'Ardenrum Place, Surrey'
'The entrance porch'
'E. Newton, Architect' endorsed in manuscript in pencil bottom right corner.
'89' endorsed in manuscript in ink on top seal.
'36' endorsed in manuscript in pencil on top seal.
'View of foreshore of river Tee at the end of Kitchen's Lane, Barnard Castle'
Rear facade of a building with markers indicating drain outlets of buildings of the castle.
'Hot Mineral Springs Bath Roman Antiquities'
Poster advertising the hot springs at Bath.
'Berkshire. By B.R. Davies, from The Ordnance Survey.'
Scale: 2 1/8 inches to 6 miles
From the 'Weekly Dispatch Atlas'.