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WEST GATE, CANTERBURY"
Kent.
An attractive and finely executed copper engraving of the Westgate , Canterbury. The 60ft high medieval gatehouse, is the largest surviving city gate in England. Built of Kentish ragstone around 1379, it is the last survivor of Canterbury's seven medieval gates.
Engraved by S.Peake and published 1784 by Samuel Hooper. From Francis Grose's "The Antiquities of England and Wales".
Dated, credited and titled in the plate.
A crisp impression. Fine, unmarked condition.
Approx. 6" x 4" (155mm x 100mm) image area only with good wide margins beyond, perfect for framing.

A GENUINE ANTIQUE PRINT GUARANTEED OVER 200 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

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Lindisfarne prints
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"WEST GATE, CANTERBURY"
Kent.
An attractive and finely executed copper engraving of the Westgate , Canterbury. The 60ft high medieval gatehouse, is the largest surviving city gate in England. Built of Kentish ragstone around 1379, it is the...