XMBS - Monumental Brass Society Collection - late 19th century-21st century
1 - Folded rubbings of monumental brasses and indents, incised slabs and other monuments - late 19th century - 20th century
HRT - HERTFORDSHIRE
49 - Wheathampstead
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Hugh Bostock, in civil dress and wife, Margaret, parents of John Wheathampstead, abbot of St Albans, circa 1450.
Rubbing of brass effigies arranged one above the other, each with half of Latin foot inscription. Rubbing made 14 Jun 1897.
Paper, folded; old repairs on reverse
Dimensions: 209 x 55.5 cms
Formerly in the collection of J. F. & J. B. Williams (220); MBS 1511
This brass is cited and described in Mill Stephenson, 'A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles' (1964): Wheathampstead I
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