Tamworth Castle: engraving

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Date:1798

Description:'Tamworth.' South view showing the castle from across the river. The church tower is visible behind, there is a large mill on the right, and a bridge on the left.Taken from 'The Itinerant.' 'Engraved by N. Burnwhite from an Original Drawing by G. Samuel'


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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

'South view of Tamworth Castle from the Bridge as in the year 1780.' Showing the ...

1790s
Tamworth Castle: engraving
Tamworth Castle: engraving

'View ofTamworth, Staffordshire.' South view showing the castle from the bridge, ...

1810s
Tamworth Castle: zincograph
Tamworth Castle: zincograph

'Tamworth Castle.' Showing the south east side of the castle. The tower and the ...

1830s
Tamworth Castle: sepia wash drawing
Tamworth Castle: sepia wash drawing

'Tamworth Castle, Staffordshire, from the Garden.' Showing the east side of 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.82a (45/9824)

Source: William Salt Library

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