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Reference Name LCNUG : 1927/415

A view of Bayons Manor in the Wolds. Once the seat of Lord Tennyson's grandfather, it was rebuilt in the 1830s as a pastiche medieval castle, and was demolished in the 1960s. Deer graze in the foreground and a drawbridge spans the castle moat beyond.

Physical Dimensions:

  • picture height: 24.5 cms
  • picture width: 33.5 cms
  • page height: 33 cms
  • page width: 39.6 cms

Material: lithograph

Condition: fair

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Inscription: printmaker


printer: Hullmandel and Walton Lithographers


printmaker: D'Eyncourt, Ellen


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Last updated: 24-October-2020 14:47:01

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