Font in Drayton Bassett Church: sepia drawing

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Date:1848

Description:'Font in Drayton Church.' Showing a small bowl with a moulded underside, and a carved rim, supported by a baluster shaft. There is a lid with a knob. Artist: 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]


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1600s
Drayton Bassett Church - helmeted knight: copper-plate engraving
Drayton Bassett Church - helmeted knight: copper-plate engraving

Showing a helmeted knight holding a banner. He is in chain armour and has a surcoat ...

1700s
Drayton Bassett Church - Coffin lid: woodcut engraving
Drayton Bassett Church - Coffin lid: woodcut engraving

Showing a coffin lid, with a crack half way up, showing the 13th century floriated ...

1760s
Drayton Bassett Church: water colour painting
Drayton Bassett Church: water colour painting

South east view showing a nave of three bays (with a lead roof), and a chancel (tiled) ...

1790s
Lichfield Cathedral - Tomb of Lord Bassett: engraving
Lichfield Cathedral - Tomb of Lord Bassett: engraving

'Tomb of Ralph, last Lord Bassett of Drayton , formerly in Lichfield Cathedral.'Showing ...

1820s
Drayton Bassett Church: lithograph (vignetted)
Drayton Bassett Church: lithograph (vignetted)

'Drayton-Bassett, Staffordshire.' West south west view showing chiefly the tower.'I. ...

1840s
Drayton Bassett Church: sepia drawing
Drayton Bassett Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Drayton Church, Staffordshire,' showing the church after rebuilding ...

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Donor ref:SV-IV.48 (45/8312)

Source: William Salt Library

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