Croxden - Antiquities: sepia drawing

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Date:1839

Description:'Remains of an Effigy and Cross at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.'1) Showing the remains of a 13th century knight with a shield and a sword; the head and the lower part of the legs are missing.2) Showing a floriated stone cross depicting the crucifixion. Artist: J. Buckler


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1740s
Croxden Abbey - Foundation Charter: engraving
Croxden Abbey - Foundation Charter: engraving

Foundation charter of Bertram de Verdun to Crokesdene Abbey (1179) with an engraving ...

1770s
Croxden Abbey: sepia drawing
Croxden Abbey: sepia drawing

'Croxden Abby Staffordshire Aug 6th 1772,' looking towards the west doorway from ...

1800s
Croxden Abbey: steel engraving
Croxden Abbey: steel engraving

'Croxden Abbey,' from the north east. Anonymous.

1830s
Croxden Abbey: water colour painting
Croxden Abbey: water colour painting

Showing a view across the nave to the Chapter House arches, from the north west. ...

1850s
Croxden Abbey: lithograph
Croxden Abbey: lithograph

'Croxden Abbey, view across the Nave,' taken from the north west, showing chiefly ...

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Donor ref:SV-III.173b (45/7843)

Source: William Salt Library

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