Eleven morris dancers and a may-pole, in hexagonal diamonds arranged in four rows of three; including a jester in top left holding a mask, a friar holding a wreath in bottom right.
- 1800 (c.)
- Height: 405 millimetres
- Width: 184 millimetres (trimmed)
Inscription ContentLettered below the image with the title and 'From an Ancient Window in the House of George Tollet Esqr. at Betley in Staffordshire. / I. Jones Sculpsit".
For a note on Crowle's extra-illustrated Pennant see G,1.1
For a very similar print of the same subject by Grignion see 1868,0822.2857
Crowle Pennant 8 276
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