Tamworth Castle: engraving

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Date:1780

Description:'South view of Tamworth Castle from the Bridge as in the year 1780.' Showing the castle on the hill with the river in the foreground. The town is on the left , the church tower on the right, and the gables of a Tudor residence appear above high fortress walls. Drawn by Thomas W. Green.


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1600s
Tamworth Castle - Window Glass: engraving
Tamworth Castle - Window Glass: engraving

'Tamworth. In the east window of the Chancell.' Showing a scene of Robert Marmion ...

1760s
Tamworth Castle: engraving
Tamworth Castle: engraving

'Tamworth, Staffordshire.' South view showing the castle from the bridge, across ...

1780s
Tamworth Castle - engraving
Tamworth Castle - engraving

'View of Tamworth castle, Staffordshire.' East view showing the castle on a mound ...

1810s
Tamworth Castle: woodcut engraving
Tamworth Castle: woodcut engraving

'Mount and Castle of Tamworth taken by the late Mr. Hilditch.' Showing the walled ...

1830s
Tamworth Castle: steel engraving
Tamworth Castle: steel engraving

'Tamworth Castle, Staffordshire.' South view showing the bridge on the left, the ...

1890s
Tamworth Castle - William I giving Charter of Tamworth Castle to Robert de Marmion: engraving
Tamworth Castle - William I giving Charter of Tamworth Castle to Robert de Marmion: engraving

'William the Conqueror giving the Charter of Tamworth Castle to Robert de Marmion.' ...

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Donor ref:SV-X.76b (45/9811)

Source: William Salt Library

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