Penkridge Church - Tomb of [Sir Edward Littleton]: sepia drawing

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Date:1841

Description:'Monument on the North side of the Chancel of Penkridge Church, Staffordshire,' showing a table tomb. The side shows five shields of arms and seven effigies. On the top, is a man in armour [Sir Edward Littleton, 1574.] The drawing is taken from his head. Artist: John Buckler.


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1760s
Penkridge Church - Tomb of [Sir Edward Littleton]: sepia drawing
Penkridge Church - Tomb of [Sir Edward Littleton]: sepia drawing

Showing a table tomb. The side shows five shields of arms and seven effigies. ...

1800s
Penkridge Church: woodcut engraving
Penkridge Church: woodcut engraving

'Penkridge Church,' from the north west. Showing the tower with a large window ...

1830s
Penkridge Church: sepia wash drawing
Penkridge Church: sepia wash drawing

'Penkridge Church.' South west view showing the south aisles with long windows ...

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Donor ref:SV-VIII.12a (45/9456)

Source: William Salt Library

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