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Image for Engravings of the most remarkable of the sepulchral brasses in Norfolk :tending to illustrate the ecclesiastical, military, and civil costume of former ages, as well as to preserve memorials of the most ancient families in that county

Engravings of the most remarkable of the sepulchral brasses in Norfolk :tending to illustrate the ecclesiastical, military, and civil costume of former ages, as well as to preserve memorials of the most ancient families in that county

By: Cotman, John Sell ;

Price: £347.00

Publisher: John and Arthur Arch et al: 1819

Seller ID: 51001

Condition: Good


[8] + pp i - li interleaved with plates (109 plates inc 11 folding) + [4] pp. Missing free endpapers front and back including frontispiece. Marbled boards bound in half leather with newer spine set in, marbled endpapers and page edges. Folia size. Most plates very good, but foxing to the two largest folding plates, dark marks to last 5 pages. Boards scuffed on edges and outer surfaces, corners rubbed. View more info

Image for Cotman's brasses (Suffolk) :

Cotman's brasses (Suffolk) :

By: Cotman, John Sell ;

Price: £187.00

Publisher: J S Cotman: 1838

Seller ID: 51002

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, Eas... View more info