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Images Dated 21st February 2012

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Detail of the north window of the Choir, late 12th century (stained glass) Featured 21 Feb 2012 Image

Detail of the north window of the Choir, late 12th century (stained glass)

XCF324386 Detail of the north window of the Choir, late 12th century (stained glass) by English School, (12th century); Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, UK; (add.info.: From the north aisle, north window of the Choir;); English, out of copyright

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Figures, Gothic, Medieval

Mark XI Trench Brass Periscope with wooden handle, WW1 Featured 21 Feb 2012 Image

Mark XI Trench Brass Periscope with wooden handle, WW1

Pattern 1796, Heavy Cavalry Sword, 1808-1818.Carried by Capt (later Lt Col) William Tyrwhitt Drake, Royal Horse Guards.Blade is straight, flat backed, double edged with a hatchet blade.Wooden grip bound with cord and covered with leather.Wrought iron or steel ladder guard, broadened out at the base into a pear shaped disc with a reinforcing inside plate, and engraved with the owners name.An affectation of many Household Cavalry officers was that their swords remained in bare metal, without makers names or regimental inscriptions.Of the three Household Cavalry regiments there is only pictorial evidence for Pattern 1796 being carried by the 2nd Life Guards. Sword, service, heavy cavalry officer, pattern 1796 Date: 1806

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

Draw Bridge from St. Augustine's Bank, Bristol, (pencil Featured 21 Feb 2012 Image

Draw Bridge from St. Augustine's Bank, Bristol, (pencil

652053 Draw Bridge from St. Augustine's Bank, Bristol, (pencil, pen and brown ink and watercolour) by Johnson, James (1803-34); 21.6x32.4 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Draw Bridge from St. Augustine's Bank, Bristol. James Johnson (1803-1834). Pencil, pen and brown ink and watercolour. 21.6 x 32.4cm.); Photo A© Christie's Images; English, out of copyright

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