Staffordshire : particular of the Tixall estate, one of the most compact and eligible in England : comprising the elegant modern stone mansion of Tixall, in the county of Stafford, the two manors or reputed manors of Tixall and Coley, the park and demesne lands of Tixall, studded with lofty ornamental timber, the advowson of the church and parsonage house of Tixall ... an excellent family residence called Haywood Abbey ... / which will be offered for sale by ... James Davison, at the George Inn, in the town of Stafford, on Monday the 14th day of October next ...
- [S.l. : s.n.], .
- Physical Description:
- 25,  p.,  leaves of folded plates : ill., plans ; 37 cm.
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- Plates lithographed by W. Binns. Printed by Jonathan Binns.
Binder's title: Tixall and Haywood Estate, Staffordshire
Several newspaper clippings about the sale are glued in.
Plates are dated 1833.
Date of sale on t.p. corrected by hand to: 4th day of November.
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture, Domestic -- Great Britain.Binns, Jonathan -- Printer.Lithography -- Specimens -- .Tixall Estate (Staffordshire)
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