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Twenty-one bookplates, dated between 1776-1802 each dated by hand. Decorated with armorial detail unless stated. Text within  indicates handwritten notes:
D,3.131: Armorial; 'Beabi Dickes Court / St Martin's Lane'; 
D,3.132: Armorial; 'Robert Long'; 
D,3.133: Written on ship's sail: 'Capt Wm Locker / Royal Navy / Darling fecit Newport St'; 
D,3.134: Armorial; 'LAMH FOISDUNEACH AN UACHTAR / John Sullivan Esqr'; 
D,3.135: Armorial shield leant againts tree, beneath wihcih is a baby and large bird; 'John Thomas Stanley Esqr / of Alderley.'; 
D,3.136: Armorial; 'AMICITIAE VIRTUTISQUE FOEDUS / Sr Jn Cox Hippisley Bart I.L.D. / Warfield Grove, Berks'; 
D,3.137: Armorial; 'NIL DESPERANDUM / Samuel Denton.';
D,3.138: Woman seated consulting book, pyramidal structure behind her, in oval; 'E Libris Johis Currer de Kildwick Arm:'; 
D,3.139: Armorial; 'IN SPE SPIRO / Thos Partiridge Tharp'; 
D,3.140: Armorial; 'Mutlow Sc Russell Court'; 
D,3.141: Armorial shield flanked by three putti; 'DEO PATRIAE AMICUS...'; [Temple 1776 / 1776]
D,3.142: Armorial in oval; 'NIL DESPERANDUM / James Tyson'; 
D,3.143: Sheild hung off a tree; 'FUIMUS / BRAY'; 
D,3.144: Armorial with decoration; 'ESPERENCE EN DIEU / T Anderson'; 
D,3.145: Armorial; 'Will: Nicholls'; 
D,3.146: Three children, sat at table in library, conducting experiments, in frame; 'AETURNUM SUB SOLF. MIHIL'; 
D,3.147: Hand holding branch, in ornate frame; 'Mihi Res, non Me Rebus / Bibliothecae / M Ilyacinthi Theodori Baron. / Antiqui Facultalis Medicinae / Parisiensis Decani, nec non / Castrorum Regis et Exerciluum / Proto medici.'; 
D,3.148: in oval decorated with flowers; 'C.E. Kapp'; 
D,3.149: Cross in ornate frame, surmounted by staghead; 'Chas Rainsford' [1800 (old)]
D,3.150: Statue stood in expansive library, various artefacts litter floor by plinth; 'Io Buchard M.D. / VITA BREVIS ARS LONGA / Gerard Scotin major sculp. Lutetiae Parisior. 1715'
D,3.151: Armorial; 'Sr Henry Hunloke of Wingerworth in Derbyshire Bart ye Escocheon of pretence is ye Armes of Katherine his Lady, who was sole daughter & heyre / of Francis Turwhite of Kettleby in Lincolnshire Esq ye last of ye Eldest / branch of ye great & antient family.'; [1802 (old)]
- Production date
- 1776-1802 (circa)
Height: 144 millimetres (largest)
Height: 56 millimetres (smallest)
Width: 104 millimetres
Width: 65 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The book plates are still kept in original folder.
D,3.143: Sarah Sohia Banks in contact with Reverend George Bray, from whom she perhaps obtained this card from.
D,3.150: Pincott argues this is originally used as a frontispiece, made into a bookplate.
See Pincott, 'The book tickets of Sarah Sophia Banks', The Bookplate Journal (March 2004: vol. 1, number 2) for various descriptions of the bookplates.
- Not on display
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