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Abbots Bromley - strips of sections of fossil stones: engraving

Found near Abbots Bromley.Anonymous.

Abbots Bromley: engraved strips of sections of fossil stones

Found near Abbots Bromley. Anonymous.

Ancient Corn Pot. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide of an ancient corn pot. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire Pottery.” A small folder containing ...

Ancient Corn Pot. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide of an ancient corn pot. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire Pottery.” A small folder containing ...

Axe and Grindstone. Photographed by William Blake.

On the left is a Late Bronze Age socketed axe head. On the right is the lower part of a rotary quern, a milling device from the Roman period. A heavy stone with a central hole would have sat on this ...

Carved Stone Heads, Codsall

Stone carved heads found during building work on the site of Brabourne House on the corner of Sandy lane and Drury Lane, near Codsall church, date unknown. Could they be from the church or are they Victorian ...

Croxden - Antiquities: sepia drawing

'Remains of an Effigy and Cross at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.'1) Showing the remains of a 13th century knight with a shield and a sword; the head and the lower part of the legs are missing.2) Showing ...

Curious stone at the Abbey, Leek

This stone with its Celtic-type carving was found on the site of Dieulacres Abbey.

Devil's Ring and Finger, Mucklestone

These two standing stones are probably Neolithic in origin, and may have formed part of a megalithic chambered tomb. They are no longer in their original position. They are both about 6 feet (1.8m) ...

Devil's Ring and Finger, Mucklestone

These two standing stones are probably Neolithic in origin, and may have formed part of a megalithic chambered tomb. They are no longer in their original position. They are both about 6 feet (1.8m) ...

Excavation of Roman villa, Engleton, Penkridge

Workmen standing with a Roman column. A Roman villa of the 2nd to 4th century BC was excavated in summer 1937 by Wolverhampton Archaeological Society with the support of Kathleen Kenyon. The site is ...

Farewell Church - Archaeological find: woodcut engraving

Showing one of the earthen ware jars found, c. 1747, in the south wall of this church when it was demolished. (See SV IV.187b.ii, for a letter concerning the jar, written by R. Greene (in whose museum ...

Fradswell - Apostle Spoon: engraving

Showing an Apostle Spoon dated 1654, with an effigy holding a cross flory. 'Fig 5'; 'Fig 6.'Anonymous.

Fradswell - Apostle Spoon: pencil and wash drawing

Showing an Apostle Spoon with the figure of St. Andrew on the handle. Handwritten note in pencil, [by Shaw]: 'The fellow to it marked I. A. belonged to the Astleys of Fradswell, the last of whom was ...

Hamstall Ridware - Archaeological find: etching

'Ancient Stone Hammer at Hamstal Ridware - Plate B.' 'Revd. J. H. fect.' [made the etching.]

Hints Common - Archaeological find: woodcut engraving

Showing a roman bar of lead of the time of Vespasian found on Hints Common, 1771. With letterpress description of the find. Anonymous.

Leek - Roman coins: engraving

'Roman coins found at Frier Moor near Leek,' showing three worn small Roman coins of the Radiated crown (late third century) type. Showing the obverse and the reverse. Anonymous.

Lichfield - Antique Chalice: engraving

'Antique Chalice, found in the Cathedral Church in Lichfield.' Showing a much corroded chalice. [Marked in pencil, 1772.] Anonymous.