Sepulchral monuments in Great Britain; applied to illustrate the history of families, manners, habits and arts, at the different periods from the Norman conquest to the seventeenth century. With introductory observations ...
- London, Printed for the author, sold by T. Payne and son [etc.] 1786-1796.
- Physical Description:
- 2 v. in 3. illus., plates (part fold.), geneal. tables (part fold.) 54 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- BAC : British Art Center copy bound in 5 volumes.
Plates engraved by James Basire, Thomas Cook, Francis Cary, Barak Longmate, Caroline Basire, Joseph S. Halfpenny, and Jacob Schnebbelie; after Michael Tyson, James Basire, C. Frederick, John Carter, R.G., Thomas Kerrich, Benjamin Thomas Pouncey, Daniel King, T.B. Senn, Samuel Heronymus Grimm, Jacob Schnebbelie, T.C. Brooke, Coles, Barak Longmate, Henry Emelyn, W.C. Cruttenden, C.V., John Johnson, Joseph S. Halfpenny, George Vertue, Joseph Sympson, Richard Thomas Underwood, Fisher, and Carpenter.
BEIR JJt27 6: Bound in 5 v.
Binder's title: Gough's sepulchral monuments.
- Subject Terms:
- Christian antiquities -- Great Britain.Engraving -- Specimens -- 1786-1796.Etching -- Specimens -- 1786-1796.Great Britain -- Genealogy.Great Britain -- Social life and customs.Nichols, J. -- Printer.Payne, T. -- Publisher.Robinson, G. G. and J. -- Publisher.Sepulchral monuments -- Great Britain.
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Gough, Richard, 1735-1809, Sepulchral monuments in Great Britain;, 1786-1796
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