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Good hbk in d/w, bookplate, 8vo. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 108462
Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 Excerpt: ... Collar of suns and roses; head on helm. c. 1480. A Knight, Howden, Yorkshire; hair short. c. 1480. A Knight of the Northwode family, Milton-next Sittingbourne, Kent; feet on greyhound. 'In Miliin de Grandmaison's Antiquités Nationales, Vol. III., 1791 (No. 26, Pl. 4, p. 18) is an engraving of a similar brass commemorating this knight and his lady, formerly at Vernon, in Normandy. 1482. Thomas Wayte, Esq., Stoke Charity, Hants.; the sollerets in this and the next instance have a curiously transitional appearance. 1483. Thomas Hampton, Esq., Stoke Charity, Hants.; feet on collared greyhound. 1483. Henry Bourchier, Earl of Essex, K.G., Little Easton, Essex; Collar of suns and roses; mantle of Garter, feet on eagle. 1485. John Seyntmaur, Esq., Beckington, Somerset; feet on greyhound. Some military brasses existing in Norfolk and Suffolk belong in date to this and the succeeding period, but show the peculiarities of treatment of a local school of engravers, which, in all probability, had its headquarters in Norwich. With divergence in detail, much similarity of style is to be observed in the following examples; among the more striking characteristics being the chevron-like lines or ridges engraved on the jambs, etc., the peculiar treatment of pauldrons, coutes and tuilles, and the position of the sword, hanging perpendicularly in front of the body. c. 1470. Peter Rede, Esq., St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich; died 1568; wears salade; the pointed sollerets are long and narrow. 1471. Sir John Cursun, Belaugh, Norfolk; feet on lion. 1475. Ralph Blen'haysett, Esq., Frenze, Norfolk. c, 1480. Christopher Playters, Esq., Sotterley, Suffolk; feet on dog; sword hangs on left side. 1484. Thomas Gybon, Gent., Whissonsett, Norfolk; mentoniere. 1488. Edmund Clere, Esq., Stok...
Titel: A Manual of Costume as Illustrated By ...
Verlag: The Tabard Private Press
Einband: Hard Cover
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Good
Buchbeschreibung London, 1906. XXII,384 pp. Ills. Cloth, slightly worn. Artikel-Nr. 160955