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Portrait of the Yeoman, from Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales'; on horseback, riding to the left; his head covered, carrying numerous weapons including bow and arrows, a sword, and shield; in oval frame in rectangle.
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Height: 143 millimetres
Width: 105 millimetres (trimmed)
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One from a set of Canterbury Pilgrims, each presented individually on horseback; letterpress is visible on verso suggesting these may have been illustrations to an edition of the Canterbury Tales.
The complete set is mounted in the Crowle Pennant, vol II. See G,2.63-88.
For a note on Crowle’s extra-illustrated Pennant, see G.1.1
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Associated Title: Canterbury Tales
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