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
OXF - OXFORDSHIRE
40 - Oxford: New College
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John Rede, S.T.B., warden, in cope, 1521
Rubbing of brass effigy and inscription in Latin. Rubbing made 17 Jun 1905.
Paper, folded; another rubbing of the figure only has been cut out and folded inside; extensive foxing on both items; extra figure has several old repairs on reverse.
Dimensions: 97 x 57 cms (maximum) and 83 x 24 cms (maximum)
Formerly in the collection of J. F. & J. B. Williams (556); MBS 5536
This brass is cited and described in Mill Stephenson, 'A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles' (1964): Oxford, New College XX
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