Cotman's brasses (Suffolk) :

By: Cotman, John Sell ;

Price: £187.00

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Book Condition: Good


No publication date but '1814' written in pencil on front endpaper. No title pages, no text. 39 plates including 3 folding. No coloured fronstispiece. Plates appear to be from Suffolk volume. Edges untrimmed. Brown board covers with narrow leather corners and spine. Green leather spine label stating 'Cotman's brasses'. Large folio size. Sir Anthony de Wingfield, Letheringham Bacon family, Gorleston A couple, from Yoxford Alexander Newton [somebody], Brayesworth A brass in Stoke, 1817 [man with bald pate and beard] A brass in Eyke [couple] John Shorlond, Woodbridge, 1817 Radliff Wingfeld, Easton Anthony Cooke, Yoxford John Knapp, Martha his wife & family, St Peter's, Ipswich, 1817 John Framlingham & wife, Debenham, Suffolk, 1817 Christian Foxe, Yoxford, Suffolk, 1817 A brass in Stoke, 1817 [woman] Henry Mason, Eyke, Suffolk Thomas Annotts, Lowestoft, 1817 Anne Bedingfeild, Darsham, Suffok, 1817 Anthony Pettow, Middleton, Suffolk, 1817 Thomaze, wife of Wylliam Playters, Sotterley, Suffolk , 1817 Fransis Bacon and his two wives Elizabeth and Mary, Petistree, Suffolk, 1817 Robert Alfounder, East Bergholt, Suffok, 1817 Lady Katherine Howard, Stoke, Suffolk, 1817 John Wingfeld, Easton, Suffolk, 1817 One of the family of Drury [female], Denston, Suffolk, 1817 A brass in Yoxford [woman] A brass in Oulton, Suffolk, 1814 [man] A brass in Yoxford , Suffolk, 1814 [knight and lady] Christopher Playters, Sotterley, 1817 [died 1547] Christopher Playters, Sotterley, 1817 [dog at feet] Denston, Suffolk, 1817 [man with extra head and woman with pillow] Clement Heigham [something], wife and family, Barron, Suffolk Edmond Chapman, wife and family, Sibton, Suffolk, 1817 [died 1626] Sir Anthony de Wingfield, Letheringham, Suffolk, 1814 Humphrey Brewster, Wrentham, Suffolk, 1817 Edmond Chapman, wife and family, Sibton, Suffolk, 1817 [1574] Dorothy Sanders, Stoke, Suffolk, 1817 A brass in Metton Church, Suffok, 1817 [fold-out, two monks and a nun] Sir George Felbrigg, Playford, Suffolk, 1817 [fold-out] A brass late in Gorleston Church, Suffolk [male, fold-out] The block of plates is taped into the cover front and back. Light staining to some page edges, scattered light foxing, some dark marks to inside covers / endpapers. Boards marked, corners and edges rubbed.

Title: Cotman's brasses (Suffolk) :

Author Name: Cotman, John Sell ;

Categories: Historical,

Publisher: J S Cotman: 1838

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 51002