Printing Plate

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Date:1813 - 1820 (c.)

Description:This copper printing plate depicts a view of the New Upper Assembly Rooms at Leamington Spa, built in 1812. The printing plate bears an engraved inscription, which reads: 'PERSPECTIVE VIEW of the NEW ASSEMBLY ROOMS at LEAMINGTON / Published As The Act Directs By J. Bisset For The Beauties Of Leamington'. The plate was published by James Bisset, who opened the first Museum of Curiosities in Leamington.


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1870s
Bottle
Bottle

Stoneware wine bottle from J. Daily, 4 Grand Parade, Leamington Spa. It has a cream ...

1890s
Regent Hotel Bill
Regent Hotel Bill

This bill was issued by the Regent Hotel, Leamington Spa, on 26-27 November 1896. ...

1950s
Woodwards Department Store, Leamington Spa
Woodwards Department Store, Leamington Spa

Black and white photograph of Woodwards Department Store decorated for the Coronation ...

1980s
Leamington Priors Association for the Prosecution of Felons
Leamington Priors Association for the Prosecution of Felons

This booklet contains the menu and information regarding the 150th annual meeting ...

2000s
Woodwards Department Store Window Display, Leamington Spa
Woodwards Department Store Window Display, Leamington Spa

Colour photo of the window display in Woodwards for the Queen Elizabeth II's Jubilee ...

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Donor ref:LEAMG : M936.1926 (70/19655)

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