Since 1763 the name 'Russborough' has been synonymous with collecting and dealing in fine art. In the closing decades of the last century the historic town of Port Hope has become home to Lord Russborough's Annex, which specialises in an individual mix of antique maps, paintings and prints.

While Lord Russborough's Annex features a great many works of museum calibre, we also offer a wonderful selection of prints priced at under $100.

1787, 1758, 1742.

"I don't know what effect they will have upon the enemy, but by God they frighten me!"
-Duke of Wellington on a new detachment of troops arriving
during the Peninsula War.

Set of Three Images of Scottish Highland Infantry Regiments:

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74th. Highlander's 1787 Piper, Officer, Private.
74th. Highlander's 1787 Rifleman
71st. Lt. Infantry Officer, NCO, Privat

71st. Lt. Infantry Officer, NCO, Private

Printed by Madeley for Canon's Military Records. London Ca. 1840. Original hand colour stone lithographs, Gilt lined Prussian blue mounts, giltwood frames
Approx. excluding letters. Frame 8 X 5" (20.3 X 12.7cm) Frame 13 1/4 X 10"

Early sets of Scottish military regimental images are now becoming hard to find, apart from the good uniform detail these have attractive background scenes.

Ref. DGL.1179-81/DGL/gso DNOL As a set. Price Code D SOLD Click Here for Pricing Details

Highland clans LRA repo

The Highland Clans 
 after Alfred Pearse 1883
Digital reproduction after the 1883 chromolithograph by Emrik & Binger 55 Paternoster Row London, this edition published by Lord Russborough's Annex 2019, with key on verso. Double matted, glazed, black wood frame.

10 1/2 x 15 1/8 " (27.3 x 39.4 cm.) including letters Frame:17 1/2 x 22"
 Ref. LRAHCln /AAN/ r.ando>EGL      PRICE CODE B  

 For enthusiasts of Scottish Highland tradition, we are pleased to make available this hard to find compilation of the gathered clans in full highland plaid (Feileadh Mòr ) and sporan of the period (1883) permitted after the revival of the traditional Scottish dress under George IV, following the repeal of the 'Dress Act' (1746-1782), and popularized by Sir Walter Scott in 1822. Broadsword/ claymore [claidhemh mor], halberds, fusil  and pipes are in evidence. This scarce handsomely framed image comes with a Clan identifier key,

Highland dress key


walker scots guards Buckhse

Walker E. after Thomas G.H.  Parade of the Scots Fusileer [sic] Guards at Buckingham Palace (before her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince), on the morning of their departure  for the seat of war March 2nd. 1854  

Colour Aquatint, double matted, glazed, cherry wood frame SIZE 15 1/4 x 19 inc letters (38.7x 48.3 cm.)  23 x 27"
Ref. RY7 (179)/ALN/r.ando> LNN   PRICE CODE C

Decorative  and hard to find view of the parade of the Scots Fusilier Guards, prior to their departure for the Crimean War.

First established in 1805, the Scots Fusilier Guards were deployed in the Napoleonic Wars and later in the Crimean War.

In 1854, the Crimean War began, which pitted the United Kingdom, France and the Ottoman Empire against the Russian Empire. The 1st Battalion of the Scots Guards Fusiliers were dispatched as part of the Guards Brigade to the East, being deployed to Malta, Bulgaria and Turkey, before, in September, the British finally landed in the Crimea, at a place called Calamity Bay.

The British and their French allies then began the advance on Sevastopol, a Russian naval base, but was blocked at the River Alma by Russian forces. And here came the Battalion's first engagement at the Battle of Alma, an action that saw chaotic and heavy hand-to-hand combat between the British and Russians. The road to Sevastopol runs through a gap between two hills, one to the east, known as Kourgane Hill and the other to the west, known as Telegraph Hill. On Kourgane Hill there consisted two earthworks, one known as the 'Great Redoubt' on the western side of the hill, while the other was on the eastern side, known as the 'Lesser Redoubt'.

Bunnett H. %th Royal Scots of Canada

Bunnett H. 5th Royal Scots of Canada  Ca. 1890 

Officer, privates and piper, 

Colour lithograph. Published for Her Majesty’s Army London 1890 matted , glazed, birds eye maple frame.  9 3/4 x 7 3/4" (24.7 x 19.7 cm.) Frame 14 1/2 x 12" 
Ref. GH 114 (140)/ DNN/ r.ando>ROL   PRICE CODE B

The 5th Battalion Royal Scots of Canada were a Montreal regiment. Originally raised as the '5th Battalion Volunteer Militia Rifles', the unit was the first in the Canadian volunteer militia to wear Scottish dress. By 1935, the regiment had managed to appropriate the dress and title of the senior Highland regiment in the British army, becoming 'The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada'. 


the Scottish boarderers

R. Simkin Kings own Scottish Borderers 25 foot 1892

Chromolithograph,  Matted, Glazed Hogarth Frame.
 size 12 x 10 1/4" (30.4 x 26 cm.)  Frame 15 1/2 x 13 1/2"
 Ref. GH 117(140) / LN / dd.ando> ANN        PRICE CODE  B

The regiment was renamed The 25th (King's Own Borderers) in 1805. In 1887, it became the county regiment for four south-eastern Scottish counties and added Scottish to its name to become The King's Own Scottish Borderers. In 1881 however, the 25th Regiment of Foot became The 1st Battalion The King's Own Borderers and in 2006 it was merged into The Royal Regiment of Scotland. This image after Richard Simkin depicts their uniforms as of 1892.

The Black Watch

R. Simkin The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders 42 & 73 foot)

Original antique chromolithograph, glazed, birds-eye maple and gilt wood frame
Drawn by R. Simkin  Printed by J.J. Keliher & Co., London.
Published as supplement to The Army & Navy Gazette, 1894 also appeared in issue #34 of Tradition magazine,
 image size: 12 5/8 x 10 5/8" (32.1 x 27 cm. Frame 15 x 13 1/4"
Ref. GH 118 (140)/LN/dd.ando>ALN     PRICE CODE B  

The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot was a  Scottish infantry regiment  in the British Army  also known as the Black Watch. Originally titled Crawford's Highlanders or the Highland Regiment and numbered 43rd in the line, in 1748, on the disbanding of Oglethorpe’s Regiment of Foot, they were renumbered 42nd and in 1751 formally titled the 42nd (Highland) Regiment of Foot.
The 73rd Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment of the  British Army, raised in 1780. Under the Childers Reforms it amalgamated with the 42nd Regiment of Foot to form the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) in 1881.
The ten Independent Highland Companies of "Black Watch" were officially formed into the "43rd Highland Regiment of Foot", a  regiment of the line in 1739.

92 Regt. Gordon Highlanders

Hand painted display model soldiers. Montage of six 92 reg. 'Gordon Highlanders' - Officer, two pipers, drummer, two colours standard bearers. Set on sandy scrub terrain with log. Exceptional detail, mint condition white metal and paint on wooden base. Within Perspex display case. Model-maker Robert Yeats. Height:"10 1/4 x 7 1/2 W  including stand.
 Ref. RY27 (179) /LNN/r.ando>OOL  SOLD   PRICE CODE D

Cameron Highlander front5
CameronHighlander front

Hand painted display model soldier montage of a Sergent Cameron Highlander standing holding flint lock rifle wearing trotter back pack, water bottle and map bag, another trotter backpack lies on ground beside him.  Set on  grass terrain.  Exceptional detail, mint condition resin and paint on wooden base.  Model-maker Robert Yeats. Height: 5 1/4" x 2"

 Ref. RY28 (179) /DLN/r.ando>ROL    PRICE CODE B