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Cubbington. Lambert's butchers shop

Church Hill (? now School Hill), Cubbington, showing Lambert's butchers shop on the right. Two men are standing on the pavement in front and the butcher in the shadows. 1920s

Cubbington. Village scene

Men, women and children standing in a street in Cubbington. Note the small cart/bath chair on the left. 1900s

Davis Clock Tower, Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa

A colour postcard of the Davis clock tower in the Jephson Gardens. 138mm x 88mm

Davis Clock Tower, Leamington Spa

A postcard by Valentine & Sons of the Davis Clock Tower and flowerbeds in the Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa, c.1925-1958 (No.213289) The Davis Clock Tower was erected in 1925 in memory of William Davis, ...

Door Slightly Open

David Tindle (born 1932) Door Slightly Open, 1978 Tempera on masonite 523mm x 818mm

Dordon. Long Street

Top end of Long Street with houses and street lamp, Dordon. 1930s

Eastwood's Crown Brewery

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting Eastwood's Crown Brewery. There is a painted inscription in the lower left corner which reads 'EASTWOOD'S CROWN BREWERY'. There is also another inscription ...

Ely Cathedral

A sepia photograph by W. A. Mansell & Co., London 231mm x 184mm This photograph depicts a view of Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, with a detail of the West Doorway.

Ettington. Holy Trinity church stained glass

Stained glass window at Holy Trinity church, Ettington. 1920s

Ettington. Holy Trinity church stained glass

Stained glass window at Holy Trinity church, Ettington, from Winchester College. 1920s

Ettington. Holy Trinity church stained glass

Stained glass window at Holy Trinity church, Ettington, from Winchester College. 1920s

Euston Place, Leamington Spa

A view of the porch and balcony of a house on the corner of Newbold Terrace and Euston Place, Leamington Spa. This photograph was produced by the British Travel and Holidays Association.

Fishmonger's sign

This hanging fishmonger's sign in the form of a leaping fish, painted in pink, grey and green, is carved from pine. A carved wooden fish was a traditional sign which could be bought 'off the peg'. This ...

Frances Evelyn Brooke, the Countess of Warwick, and her son Maynard

A photographic portrait of Frances Evelyn Brooke, Countess of Warwick (also known as 'Daisy') and her son Maynard, who was born in 1898. The pair are seen seated in a window. As the Countess of Warwick, ...

Gate

A sepia photograph of a bronze gate decorated with figures and lions. 266mm x 350mm

Golden fleece sign

This sign, a large ram suspended in a sling, is made of repoussé [beaten from the reverse] copper and gilt. It may have been used as an inn sign, or possibly a woollen draper's shop. The fleece sign is ...

Gothic Wooden Church Tracery

This is a piece of Gothic wooden church tracery, dating from the 15th century. The tracery piece is from the top section only and is broken at the trefoil. It is pierced by four circular holes with adjoining ...

Griff House, front door.

Griff House, front door. Mary Ann's home between 1820-41, the family moved here when she was 4 or 5 months old. She referred to it as "..my old, old home" (Gordon Haight's George Eliot's Letters, Volume ...