Wolverhampton - St. Peter's Church: water colour painting

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Date:1802

Description:'Woolverhampton (sic) Church, Staffordshire.' South east view showing the Jacobean chancel, the east window of three lights, and the tower with crenellations and corner pinnacles. The graveyard is shown in the foreground, with sparse gravestones. Artist: J. Buckler.


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1750s
Wolverhampton - St. Peter's Church: copper-plate engraving
Wolverhampton - St. Peter's Church: copper-plate engraving

'South Prospect of the Collegiate Church of St. Peters.' Showing the Jacobean chancel, ...

1790s
Wolverhampton - Monuments of Colonel John Lane and of Admiral Richard Leveson: engraving
Wolverhampton - Monuments of Colonel John Lane and of Admiral Richard Leveson: engraving

Plate with two halves:(1) 'Monuments of Colonel John Lane and Family.' Showing ...

1830s
Wolverhampton - Font in St. Peter's Church: sepia drawing
Wolverhampton - Font in St. Peter's Church: sepia drawing

'Font in the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.' Showing ...

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Source: William Salt Library

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