To the nobility, gentry, and residents, in the county of Berkshire, these twelve coloured views of Reading, gentlemen's seats, &c. are dedicated by their humble servant / W.H. Timms.
- Additional Title(s):
Twelve coloured views of Reading
Select views of the borough of Reading, and adjacent scenery
- [Reading] : Published May 19, 1823, by J. Rusher, King Street, Reading; and W.H. Timms, engraver, tinter of prints, and mounter of drawings, &c. No. 6, St. James's Place, Hampstead Road, London, 1823.
- Physical Description:
- , p.,  leaves of plates : chiefly ill. ; 25 x 35 cm.
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- Half-title: Select views of the borough of Reading, and adjacent scenery.
Abbey, J.R. Scenery, 294
BAC: British Art Center copy is the Abbey copy. Bound in half black calf and marbled boards. Printed slip inserted at front: The subscribers are respectfully informed, it is W.H. Timms's intention to publish A panoramic view of reading from the water tower, in six plates, and to add a second part to this work, should the hundred and fifty copies be disposed of.
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture, Domestic -- England -- Reading.Country homes -- England -- Reading -- Pictorial works.Landscape -- England -- Reading.Reading (England) -- Pictorial works.Rusher, J. -- Publisher.
- Aquatints -- Hand-colored -- 1823.
- Coley House J.B. Monck Esqr.
- Horne Street & St. Giles Church
- Duke Street from the Bridge
- King Street
- View of the Corn Market, Obelisk & St. Lawrence Church
- St. Mary's Church
- View of Reading from Red Lane
- Luckley House Sonning-Palmer Esqr.
- London Road from Reading
- Coll. Marsack's
- Caversham Bridge.