Tamworth Church - Monuments: sepia drawing

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Date:1838

Description:'Monuments in the Chancel of Tamworth Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the monuments as seen from the chancel side. Also showing the 18th century tombs behind iron railings, part of the clerestory, half of the east window and a spacious chancel.'J. Buckler.'


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1600s
Tamworth - Panorama: copper-plate engraving
Tamworth - Panorama: copper-plate engraving

'The Prospect of Tamworth from Coleshill roade on the North thereof.' Showing a ...

1780s
Tamworth Church: lithograph
Tamworth Church: lithograph

'Church, North East,' view showing chiefly the large east windows. The tower top ...

1820s
Church Street, Tamworth: lithograph
Church Street, Tamworth: lithograph

'Church Street.' Showing half-timbered houses on the left in the foreground, and ...

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Donor ref:SV-X.100 (45/9657)

Source: William Salt Library

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