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Caverswall Castle: engraving

'Caverswall Castle, Staffordshire.' South west view showing the castle and the walled garden around it. Anonymous.

Caverswall Castle: engraving

South west view showing the castle and the walled garden around it.'Drawn by F. Calvert; Engraved by T. Radclyffe; Published by W. Emans, Bromsgrove Street, Birmingham.'

Caverswall Castle: ink sketch

'Caverswall Nunnery.' Showing a west south west view of the castle and the wall of the gardens, surrounded by the moat. Anonymous.

Caverswall Castle: pencil drawing

South south east view of the castle, showing the church to the right.Anonymous, [in the style of S. Shaw].

Caverswall Castle: sepia drawing

'Caverswall Nunnery.' South east view showing the entrance through a line of trees by the moat. Anonymous.

Caverswall Castle: sepia drawing

'Entrance to Caverswall Castle, Staffordshire.' North east view of the bridge over the moat showing the row of four turrets from which the bridge issues.'J. Buckler.'

Caverswall Castle: sepia drawing

'Caverswall Castle, Staffordshire.' South west view showing the castle within a walled garden, surrounded by a moat.'J. Buckler.'

Chapel and Gatehouse, Dudley Castle

The inner bailey of Dudley Castle showing, from left to right, the Great Chamber, the Chapel and the Gatehouse. The first Dudley Castle was built around 1100 but was completely rebuilt by Roger de ...

Chartley Castle

Chartley Castle was built by the Earls of Chester some time after the Norman Conquest. The original castle was constructed from earth and timber and was situated on top of a small natural hill. The ...

Chartley Castle

Description:Chartley Castle was built by the Earls of Chester some time after the Norman Conquest. The original castle was constructed from earth and timber and was situated on top of a small natural ...

Chartley Castle

Chartley Castle was built by the Earls of Chester some time after the Norman Conquest. The original castle was constructed from earth and timber and was situated on top of a small natural hill. The ...

Chartley Castle [Hall]: woodcut engraving (vignetted)

'Chartley Castle, 1838,' showing a three-arched bridge over the moat, and the castle hill behind.[Proof on thin paper.] 'T. P. Wood, del., [drawn]; O. Jewitt, sc., [engraved].'

Chartley Castle ruins

Chartley Castle was built by the Earls of Chester some time after the Norman Conquest. The original castle was constructed from earth and timber and was situated on top of a small natural hill. The ...

Chartley Castle Ruins,

Chartley Castle was built by the Earls of Chester some time after the Norman Conquest. The original castle was constructed from earth and timber and was situated on top of a small natural hill. The ...

Chartley Castle: engraving

'Remains of CHARTLEY CASTLE, Staffordshire,' showing two ruined towers on a hill among trees. There is a round Dove-cot below.'Engraved by Angus from a Drawing by W. Carter...for 'The Beauties of England ...

Chartley Castle: pencil and wash drawing

Showing the ruins of one of the towers, framed by trees.Anonymous, [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Chartley Castle: red-sepia drawing

Showing the ruins of the Court-yard, including embrasures for windows, up to the second story. There is a flag among the trees to the right.'T. P. W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Chartley Castle: sepia drawing

'Chartley Castle, Staffordshire, Augt. 1777,' showing the top of the castle turret above the surrounding trees. Artist: S. Bentley.