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Barrington, Archibald
Chronological chart of British architecture : with the genealogy of the sovereigns of England, &c. / this chart is by express command dedicated to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, K.G. by His most obedient humble servant, Archibald Barrington, M.D.
Additional Title(s):
Royal genealogy and British architecture
London : Published by Thomas Varty, York House, 31, Strand, [1843]
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1]) page) : chiefly illustrations, coats of arms ; 174 cm x 67 cm folded to 34 cm x 22 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NA961.B37 C47 1843+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
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Title from caption title.
Imprint from foot of sheet. Date of publication from British Library.
Printed by J.R. Jobbins, 3, Warwick Court.
Printed in four columns.
Lithographic printing in red and black.
Intended as a companion to Barrington's "Plain hints for understanding the genealogy and armorial bearings of the sovereigns of England" (1842).
Linen-backed folded chart which opens into 16 sections with tables of important historical events and their dates printed down each side; on the left side British history, on the right side general history. Genealogical table traces the lineage of the royal houses of England from Egbert the Saxon in 827 to Queen Victoria.
Issued in publisher's cloth case with cover and spine title: Royal genealogy and British architecture.
British Museum. General catalogue of printed books to 1955 (compact edition), v. 2, 1102
BAC NA961.B37 C47 1843+: Hand-colored. In publisher's cloth case.
Subject Terms:
Architecture, British -- History -- Pictorial works.
Heraldry -- Great Britain -- Pictorial works.
Royal houses -- Great Britain -- Genealogy.
Hand coloring.
Jobbins, John Richard, -1866, printer, lithographer.

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