Wolverhampton - Statue of Admiral Richard Leveson in St. Peter's Church: pen and wash drawing

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Date:1760 - 1799 (c.)

Description:'Wolverhampton.' Showing the statue (a bronze) of Admiral Richard Leveson [died 1605] set up in 1633 in a niche, with a coat of arms above and bronze 'putti' on either side. There are frames for the inscriptions drawn in below. Anonymous, [?T. Carter].


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1750s
Wolverhampton - St. Peter's Church: copper-plate engraving
Wolverhampton - St. Peter's Church: copper-plate engraving

'South Prospect of the Collegiate Church of St. Peters.' Showing the Jacobean chancel, ...

1800s
Wolverhampton - South East View: woodcut engraving
Wolverhampton - South East View: woodcut engraving

'View of Wolverhampton.' Showing St. Peter's Church, but omits St. John's Church. ...

1830s
Wolverhampton - Font in St. Peter's Church: sepia drawing
Wolverhampton - Font in St. Peter's Church: sepia drawing

'Font in the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.' Showing ...

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Donor ref:SV-XII.104 (45/10111)

Source: William Salt Library

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