3 edition of monumental effigies of Great Britain found in the catalog.
monumental effigies of Great Britain
C. A. Stothard
|Statement||By C.A. Stothard.|
|Contributions||Kempe, Alfred John, 1785?-1846.|
|LC Classifications||NB1820 .S8 1817|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23, 112,  p.|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||17008789|
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Internet Archive BookReader The monumental effigies of Great Britain. “AN ESTEEMED WORK”: STOTHARD’S THE MONUMENTAL EFFIGIES OF GREAT BRITAIN, LARGE-PAPER FIRST EDITION, WITH NEARLY PLATES. STOTHARD, Charles Alfred. The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain. London: for the Author; John Murray, 9. JOHN GOWER THE POET.— in st.
saviour's church, southwark. ROBERT DE MARMION AND LORA HIS WIFE.— in west tanfield church, Yorkshire. The Plan of this Work is formed upon that of The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain, by C. Stothard, with which it will correspond in extent, and also present a uniformity in size, paper, and printing.
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The monumental effigies of Great Britain; selected from our cathedrals and churches for the purpose of bringing together, and preserving correct representations of the best historical illustrations extant, from the Norman conquest to the reign of Henry the Eighth.