Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Cannon of Muhammed II, cast A.H. 868 (A.D. 1464): Enlarged view. Shewing [sic.] the manner in which the body of the gun and powder chamber are screwed together. They weigh, respectively 8 tons 16 cwt 3 qrs, and 9 tons 18 cwt [1860s], 1860 - 1869
Cannon of Muhammed II, cast A.H. 868 (A.D. 1464): View taken from behind. The man in the background is holding a Copper ladle for introducing the powder [1860s], 1860 - 1869
221 x 170 mm. (oval print). Showing two Army cadets seated in a carriage and pair in front of the entrance to an unidentified building (possibly the Military Academy at Woolwich).
180 x 140 mm. (vignetted oval print). Showing a group of Army Cadets poling a raft (composed of wooden barrels strapped to timbers) across a stretch of water. A triangular block and tackle on the craft supports the barrel of a cannon. A photograph probably taken during a course at the Woolwich Militay Academy. The print is stamped: 'Photo. Estab. War Dept.'
182 x 233 mm. Showing two soldiers standing at the base of the statue by John Bell; it is a female figure representing Liberty (or possibly Victory), 9 feet high, on a 16 foot grey granite pedestal with four bronze shields. It was erected in 1860 to commemorate Artillerymen killed in the Crimean War 1854-56. The print is stamped: 'Photo. Estab. War Dept.'
148 x 99 mm. A view of the Monument from the road.
226 x 186 mm.
98 x 150 mm. A view looking along a woodland path with two figures seated on the grass beside the track. Young is the figure nearer the camera.
99 x 152 mm. A view looking along a woodland path with two figures seated on the grass beside the track. Young is the figure on the right.
99 x 150 mm. A view showing two men (one of them Young) in a punt, with a woman and child standing on the bank.
91 x 105 mm. A view showing a steamer and two square-rigged sailing boats on the Thames.
84 x 102 mm. A view showing a paddle steamer and a sailing ship on the Thames.
176 x 83 mm. A moon-lit view of a ship at anchor in the Thames.
89 x 104 mm. A view showing sailing boats and steamers on the Thames.
87 x 104 mm. A view of a steamer on the Thames.
238 x 178 mm. Photographic copy of an engraving.
238 x 179 mm. Photographic copy of an engraving. Henry Sandham (d. 1868) served in the Royal Engineers from 1813. He was promoted to Lieutenant General in 1866.