401. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Carlo Bossoli. The Beautiful Scenery and Chief Places of Interest throughout the Crimea Eupatoria. This view is taken from the sea-shore. On the left is the Custom-house; in the centre are the Caravan-Sarai and the great Mosque, and further on the new Russian Church. This town, one of the most populous in the Crimea, contained before the war about 15,000 inhabitants. Fine condition tipped onto foxed backing sheet. [Yevpatoria or Eupatoria (Ukrainian:, Russian: , Crimean Tatar: Kezlev, Greek: - Eupatoria, Kerkinitis, Turkish: Gözleve) is a city in Crimea, Ukraine.11 x 7.75 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £


402. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Entrance to Sebastopol, from the Sea. On the left lies Fort Constantine; on the right are seen Fort Alexander and Fort St. Nicholas ; in the centre and background the lnkerman Lighthouses. [Sevastopol is a port city in Ukraine, located on the Black Sea coast of the Crimea peninsula. It has a population of 342,451 (2001).[1] The city, formerly the home of the Soviet Black Sea Fleet, is now a Ukrainian naval base mutually used by the Ukrainian Navy and Russian Navy.] 11 x 7.75 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


403. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The River Alma. As seen on the road from Simferopol to Bakchi-Sarai. In the foreground rises the Tchatyr Dagh, the highest mountain of the peninsula. [Simferopol, Ukrainian Russian: meaning in Greek: city of common good; Crimean Tatar: Aqmescit, literally: The white mosque) is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in southern Ukraine. As the capital of Crimea, Simferopol is an important political, economic, and transport center of the peninsula. As of 2006, the city's population is 340,600.Archaeological evidence in Simferopol indicates the existence of an ancient Scythian city, collectively known as the Scythian Neapol. The location was also home to a Crimean Tatar town, Aqmescit. After the annexation of the Crimean Khanate to the Russian Empire, the city's name was changed to its present Simferopol.]11 x 8 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


404. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Remains of the Ancient Chersonese, near Sebastopol.
In the foreground are the ruins and Chersonese Bay; in the background, Fort Constantine and the entrance to Sebastopol Harbour.
[Chersonesos (Greek, Latin: Chersonesus; ,Khersones; also transliterated as Chersonese, Chersonesos, Cherson) was an ancient Greek colony founded approximately 2500 years ago in the southwestern part of Crimea, known then as Taurica. The colony was established in the 6th century BC by settlers from Heraclea Pontica. The ancient city is located on the shore of the Black Sea at the outskirts of Sevastopol on the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine, where it is referred to as Khersones. It has been nicknamed the "Ukrainian Pompeii" and "Russian Troy". The name "Chersonesos" in Greek means simply "peninsula", and aptly describes the site on which the colony was established.11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


405. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The River Katcha
View taken in the neighbourhood of the village of Bia Sala
near Sevastopol. 11 x 8 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


406. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. View of Fort St. Nicholas.
One of the largest, mustering about 300 guns, and protecting both the entrance to the great Gulf of Sebastopol and to the Military Harbour.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


408. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. General View of Sebastopol,
TAKEN FROM A WATCH-TOWER IN THE CENTRE OF TOWN.
The highest building in front is the Library: on the right are the Cathedral and the Admiralty Tower, the Military Fort, Fort St. Paul, the Dockyard, and part of the Marine Suburb; on, the left, the artillery Bay; and beyond the Gulf, in the background, Fort Constantine, the Northern Fortress, and the Inkerman Lighthouses.
13.75 x 10 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £


409. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Arsenal Harbour, or Military Port, Sebastopol
In the foreground are the old ships of the line, now used as prisons; on the right, the Marine Barracks; and on the left, part of the town of Sebastopol.
11 x 8 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


410. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Interior of an Early Christian Church.
Excavated in the Rock of lnkerman.
11 x 10.5. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


411. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Mouth of the Chernaya River,
AT THE BOTTOM OF INKERMAN BAY, END OF SEBASTOPOL HARBOUR
lnkerman Cliffs, are seen on the left; in the background are the mountains at the entrance to the Baidar Valley.
11 x 7.75 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


412. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Remains of Genoese Forts at Inkerman.
In the background is seen the Harbour of Sebastopol.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


413. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. View of the Valley of Inkerman.
In the background is seen the Gulf of Sebotopol ; the river in the bottom of the valley is the Tchernaya; on the right is shown the lnkerman Rock, where a great number of caves are found, excavated, it is said, by Christians in early times, to furnish a refuge against persecution.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


415. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. A General View of the Coast, extending from Cape Fiolente to Sebastopol.
In the middle are seen Cape Chersonese and Kamiesch Bay.
11 x 7.25 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


416. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Entrance to the Harbour of Balaklava.
On the heights are the remains of Genoese Forts.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


417. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. General View of Balaklava from the Genoese Forts.
On the left is the entrance to the Harbour; and on the right, the Town.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


418. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Balaklava, seen from the shore.11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


419. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Prince Woronzoff's Palace in Alupka,
This magnificent building is of green granite; it cost about 20,000,000 roubles, and nearly thirty years were spent in its construction. Behind it rises Mount St. Peter, one of the highest mountains in the Crimea.
11 x 7.5 inches. . Publisher's proof copy. £

 


420. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. A Tartar House in the Village of Alupka.
Such houses are generally constructed abutting on a large rock, the side of which is used to a wall. The roof its flat, and upon it, when the weather is fair, the inhabitants commonly assemble, working or enjoying one another's society.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


421. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Interior of a Tartar House. 11 x 7.5 inches.11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


422. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Tartar Children's School. 11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


423. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Peaks of Mount St. Peter. 11 x 7.25 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


424. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Cape and Lighthouse of St. Theodore.
Between Alupka and Yalta.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


425. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. View of Yalta.
This town, situate in the most beautiful part of the southern coast of the Crimea, has vastly increased within a few years owing all its prosperity to the protection of Prince Woronzoff.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 

 


428. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Mount Tchatyr-Dagh.
About 5,200 feet high. Seen from the path leading to the top of Mount Demed-Gi.
11 x 7.5 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


429. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Alushta.
Formerly a large town, the ancient Ellena. The ruined towers are the remains of the Emperor Justinian's fortifications in the fifth century. The view is taken from the high road leading to Simferopol.
11 x 7 inches.

 


430. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Valley of Temerd-Ji. 11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


432. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Waterfall of Giur-Giur.
Near the village of Buyuk Usen it is the largest cascade in the Crimea.
11 x 7.25 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


433. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The River Salghir.
Seen tam the village of Mahmud Sultan.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


434. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Valley of Kokos.
Also called the Belbeck; is one of the finest in the Crimea.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


435. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Simferopol.
As seen from the watch tower in the centre of the town, looking towards the mountains, the highest of which is the Tchatyr-Dagh. This town, the actual capital of the Crimea is situated on the river Salghir, which divides the new from the old city. lts motley population, including Tartars, Greeks Armenians, Jews, Germans, and Russians, was nearly 15,000 before the war.
13.5 x 9.75 inches. Publisher's proof copy.
SOLD £

 


436. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Valley of Usembasch.
This view is taken from the path leading to Alpuka through the ridge of Yaila Mountains.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


437. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Remains of the Genoese Forts at Ciufat-Kale. 11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


439. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Burial-Ground of the Karaimi Jews.
Called the valley of Jehosaphat, near Tchoufoud Kaleh.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


440. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Ruins of a largo Genoese Fortress at Sudak. 11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


441. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. General View of Kara-su-Bazar.
This town numbering about 16,000 inhabitants, is situated on the river Karasou. The view is taken from a minaret. In the foreground lies part of the town, and the road leading to Theodosia ; en the other side of the river, to the right, is the Caravan-Sarai, formerly a fort ; in the centre, the Russian church, and the Grecian farther to the left. In the background are the Mounts Karabi Yaila.
13.5 x 9.75 inches. Publisher's proof copy.
SOLD £


442. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Cape Tokli, on the Gulf of Kertch. 11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


443. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Tomb of Mithridates, near the Lazaretto of Kertch.
In this tomb we found a large quantity of valuable jewels, which were sent to St. Petersburg.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

444. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Kertch, seen from the high road to Yenikale.
Behind the town is Mount Mithridates ; the building on the hill resembling a Grecian temple is the Museum. This town is quite modern, and has 12,000 inhabitants, of all nations.
13.25 x 10 inches. Publisher's proof copy.
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445. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. A General View of the Gulf of Kertch, seen from Mount Mithridates.
The rock with steps carved in it, which is in the foreground, is called Mithridates seat : the great King of Pontus, it is said, went to this spot to look proudly at his large fleet collected in the bay, which caused so much terror to the Romans. The monument on the right is modern, and was erected to the memory of a Russian governor. On the left, below, lies the town; and in the background, the Promontory and Straits of Yenikale, leading to the Sea of Azoff.
13.5 x 8.75 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £


446. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Fort Arabat. 11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 


447. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Steppes between Perekop and Simferopol.
Ruins of a mosque in the neighbourhood of Arta .The mounds of earth, called Kourghour, which are seen in the distance, are generally supposed to have been used as indications of roads and distances. At Kertch they were found to be tombs.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

448. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Kaffa, or Theodosia.
Seen from the remains of the Genoese Fortress, which was the largest possessed by the Republic in the peninsula. This town was formerly the most densely populated, but its inhabitants are now no more than 10,000.
11 x 7.25 inches. Publisher's proof copy.
SOLD £

 


449. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Bosphorus.
Seen from the European Coast, at its entrance into the Black Sea.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


450. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Perekop.
In the foreground is the ditch made by the Tartars hough the isthmus ; in the background is seen the town. The chief business of its inhabitants, 1,000 in number, is the trade in salt.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 

451. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. Russian Burial-Ground.
On the shores of the Putrid Sea, near Perekop.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 


452. Carlo Bossoli. Beautiful original, vintage hand-finished chromolithograph by Day and Son, Lithographer to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. London 1856. The Island of Serpents.
In the Black Sea, near the mouth of the Danube.
11 x 7 inches. Publisher's proof copy. £

 

 

Standard issue plates hand coloured by Day and Son 1856