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The Birthplace Of George Fox,  At Fenny Drayton, Warwickshire, A.D. 1624,  Founder Of The 'Society Of Friends',  He died A.D. 1690, and was Interred in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London.
The Birthplace Of George Fox, At Fenny Drayton, Warwickshire, A.D. 1624, Founder Of The 'Society Of Friends', He died A.D. 1690, and was Interred in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London.
Photographed by Alfred Wood, 3, Chatsworth Place, St. Vincent Street, Birmingham [excised and glued to verso]. [n.d., c.1890.]
Photograph laid to card as issued, image 115 x 170mm. Occasional foxing, crease to left card margin.
The Warwickshire house where the founder of the quaker movement, George Fox, was born. Probably issued to commemorate the tercentenary of his death.
[Ref: 7500]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[In ink:] Conservatories _ Larkfield. Oct.r 1874.
[In ink:] Conservatories _ Larkfield. Oct.r 1874.
A pair of amateur photographs. Sheet 282 x 228mm. 11 x 9".
Two large family conservatories; a photo taken in Larkfield, Kent.
[Ref: 17533]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[In pencil:] Mrs Giles Daubeney [&] Rectory Lidiard Tregose_Revd. Giles Daubeney.
[In pencil:] Mrs Giles Daubeney [&] Rectory Lidiard Tregose_Revd. Giles Daubeney.
[n.d. c.1875.]
Two photographs. Sheet 280 x 229mm. 11 x 9". Laid on separate sheet.
Photographs of Mrs Daubeney, wife of Reverend Giles Daubeney, and the Rectory of Lydiard Tregoze, which at the time was Lydiard House near Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire.
[Ref: 17504]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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This Mill was drawn from the Spot now called Regency Square to Preston (a distance of two Miles), on the 28th March, 1797, by Eighty-Six Oxen, belonging to the following Gentlemen: - W.Stanford, Esq., Messrs. Hodon, Hamshar, Scrase, Trill, Hall, and
This Mill was drawn from the Spot now called Regency Square to Preston (a distance of two Miles), on the 28th March, 1797, by Eighty-Six Oxen, belonging to the following Gentlemen: - W.Stanford, Esq., Messrs. Hodon, Hamshar, Scrase, Trill, Hall, and Hardwicke. The Expedition was commanded by Mr. T. Honson.
[n.d. c.1870.]
A rare photograph. 241 x 305mm. 9½ x 12". Foxed.
[Ref: 15393]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Photograph of Major Sam Weil and the men of the 'Imperial Transport Service'.]
[Photograph of Major Sam Weil and the men of the 'Imperial Transport Service'.]
[c.1900.]
Photograph. 210 x 290mm (8¼ x 11½"). Long tear repaired.
During the Second Boer War the family firm of Julius Weil & Co. evolved into the 'The Imperial Transport Service', taking responsibility for the provisioning of Mafeking during the siege of 1899-1900. Members of the family were given commissions and brothers Benjamin and Samuel became majors. Samuel participated in the Mafeking Relief Column that broke the siege. On the back of the photograph is written in pencil: 'I was up in the camp when the Conductors asked me if I would allow myself to be grouped with them and the Officers of my Staff. Samuel Weil'. Also written in pencil is 'appeared Feb 3 - 1900", suggesting the photograph was used in a newspaper.
[Ref: 30235]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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