black and white image of Ye Church of All Hallows at the London International Inventions Exhibition, 1885

Ye Church of All Hallows


Reference Number:- Godden Number:- Grant Catalogue Number:-
gt 798 1047 unknown
 
Words:

Woven on Silk:-
 

Printed at top of card:-
 

Printed at bottom of card:-
W.H GRANT, Manufacturer,             Foleshill, Coventry.
(WOVEN IN PURE SILK.)

Ye Church of All Hallows

INTERNATIONAL INVENTIONS EXHIBITION,
LONDON, 1885.

 

Size:
Card-mount:
15.2cm deep by 10.2cm wide

silk:
7.6cm high by 5.1cm wide

Comments:

by Geoffrey Godden:
This is one of the London views first issued at the 1885 International Inventions Exhibition. It is found mounted singly, with a story-label, or in the multi-subject mount. These were originally sold at 6d for the single silk.

Other comments:
As mentioned by Godden, this singly mounted silk has a story label on the reverse:

black and white image of Ye Church of All Hallows at the London International Inventions Exhibition, 1885
story label on the reverse of the picture above.
 
 
AWARDED FIVE HIGHEST PRIZE MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS
 
 
 
 
 
 
ALL HALLOWS CHURCH.
This church, which is modelled from All Hallows, Staining, fairly represents
the type of structure in which our forefathers were wont to worship. Most of
these Churches were small, and the tower type was almost universal.

 


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