a. An engraving after T. Badeslade by J Harris showing four views of Belton House plus the plan of the house and gardens. A birds eye view from the North side, a view from the South and the garden front. b. Pencil and watercolour plan of the stable with a section of one stall. Inscribed in pencil in amateur style, with the stamp of 'St Pancras Iron Works' in one corner and the date 17/3/71. c. Pencil and watercolour drawing of the South gate showing an early Palladian building between two pairs of gate piers. Early 19th century. d. Engraving of Belton House from Vitruvius Britannicus by Hulbergh after Colin Campbell. e. Pencil and ink architects drawing plus two plans and three elevations of Belton Cottage July 1873. f. Litho by Lucy Cust 'Sketch in the Village of Belton'. g. Photo of a large scale map of Belton. h. Print of a plan of Belton House and Gardens by J Akerman. i. Litho of the West Entrance into ancient Lindum dedicated to Lord Brownlow. j-n.Five unframed prints of an engraving by Vivares after J. Smith of the Cascade entitled 'New Waterworks at Belton' Published 1749.