|Description||Rubbings of reverses of brasses as follows:|
1. Reverse of MS III effigies and shield showing decorative canopy work, Flemish circa 1380;embroidered dress with arms, Flemish circa 1400; fragments of marginal inscription; part of shield and lozenge, Flemish circa 1530; folds of lady's dress and dog, Flemish circa 1370
2. Reverse of MS IV effigy and inscription showing canopy work depicting angels playing musical instruments, swinging censers etc.; fragments of marginal inscription in Latin, Flemish circa 1420; canopy work with saint holding church, Flemish circa 1420; canopy work with censing angel, angel with candlestick and soul held in sheet [by Abraham].
3. Reverse of MS V head showing canopy work with St Matthias holding axe and inscription; canopy work with saint holding book, both Flemish circa 1370
4. Reverse of MS VI effigy showing part of lady; canopy work Flemish circa 1390
5. Reverse of MS IX rose showing part of head of civilian wearing ruff, Flemish circa 1550
Rubbings made by William Gibson.
|Custodial History||Formerly in the collection of J. Roger Greenwood; MBS 678 - 682|
|Publication Note||These brasses are cited and described in Mill Stephenson, 'A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles ' (1964): Mawgan-in-Pyder III, IV, V, VI; Lack, Stuchfield and Whittemore, 'The Monumental Brasses of Cornwall' (1997): St Mawgan (formerly Mawgan-in-Pyder) IX and in John Page-Phillips, 'Palimpsests The Backs of Monumental Brasses' (1980): 86 220 L1, L3, L5, L6; 105 224 L2; 104 244 L3, L4; 106 246 L4, L5; |
108 250 L1, L3; 100 251 L1