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'Architectural antiquities of Normandy, by John Sell Cotman; accompanied by historical and descriptive notices by Dawson Turner, Esq. F.R. and A.S. Unique copy. With impressions of each plate in every state of it. Volume the third' (London: J. & A. Arch; Yarmouth: Cotman), 1822; containing various etchings by Cotman illustrating castles, churchs and ruins of Normandy, all plates by Cotman dated 1821 with multiple proofs in different states, proofs mentioned are before letters unless said otherwise:
Plate 55: Church of St Nicholas, at Caen, west end, with 3 proofs, one of the proofs serving as a frontispiece.
Plate 56: Church of St Nicholas, at Caen, east end, with 3 proofs.
Plate 57: Church of Cheux, near Cane, from the north east, with 2 proofs.
Plate 58: Church of Bieville, near Caen, from the north west, with 5 proofs.
Plate 59: Church of Bieville, near Caen, elevation and details, with 1 proof.
Plate 60: Church of Fontaine-le-Henri, near Caen, north side of the chancel, with 3 proofs.
Plate 61: Church of Fontaine-le-Henri, near Caen, elevation of the east end of the south side of the chances, with 1 proof.
Plate 62: Chateau at Fontaine-le-Henri, near Caen, with 3 proofs.
Plate 63: Chateau at Fontaine-le-Henri, near Caen, elevation of the central compartment, with 3 proofs.
Plate 64: House in the Place de la Pucelle, at Rouen, with 4 proofs.
Plate 65: House in the Rue St Jean, at Caen, with 3 proofs.
Plate 66: Tower of the Church of Treport, near Eu, with 4 proofs.
Plate 67: Church of Anisy, near Caen, with 2 proofs.
Plate 68: Church of Perriers, near Caen, with 3 proofs.
Plate 69: Castle of Littlebonne, with 3 proofs.
Plate 70: Castle of Briquebec, near Volanges, with 3 proofs.
Plate 71: Church of St Stephen, at Fecamp, southern entrance, with 6 proofs.
Plate 72: Screen in the Church of St Laurence, at Eu, with 3 proofs.
Plate 73-74: Church of St Peter, at Lisieux, west front, with 5 proofs.
Plate 75: Church of St Peter, at Lisieux, south transept, with 4 proofs.
Plate 76: Abbey Church of St Owen, at Rouen, with 6 proofs.
Plate 77: Fountain of the Stone Cross at Rouen, with 3 proofs.
Together with woodcut device on title-sheet. Bound at the BM bindery in read leather with Britain's coat of arms in gold on the cover, raised bands and gold lettering on the spine, marbled endpapers and gilded edges.
Etching and woodcut
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Height: 495 millimetres (approx. sheet size of each page)
Width: 350 millimetres
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- See 1859,0528.5-8 for the 4 volumes of the series, including this one.
Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust
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Associated Title: Architectural antiquities for Normandy
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