Leek - 'Antique Pillars': woodcut engraving

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Date:1779

Description:A page from 'The Gentleman's Magazine,' giving a letter about 'Antique Pillars at Leek,' with a woodcut engraving of a pillar, 'about ten feet high,' with a carving on it. There is also a woodcut of a tomb cover, 13th century type in the south east corner.


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1700s
Leek Church - 'Ashenhurst Brass': indian ink drawing (on yellow paper)
Leek Church - 'Ashenhurst Brass': indian ink drawing (on yellow paper)

The Ashenhurst Brass in St. Edward's Church (1597), showing two rows of kneeling ...

1800s
Leek Church: water colour painting
Leek Church: water colour painting

'St. Edward the Confessor's Church, Leek.' South east view showing a 'perpendicular' ...

1840s
Leek Church - Gravestone: sepia drawing
Leek Church - Gravestone: sepia drawing

'Grave Stone fixed on the East end of the South Aisle of Leek Church, Staffordshire,' ...

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Donor ref:SV-V.104d (45/8630)

Source: William Salt Library

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