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This is a beautiful antique architectural drawing of the chancel of St. Peter's Church in Claypole (spelled "Clappole" in the drawing) in Lincolnshire, UK. It was included as Plate 1 in a series called "Churches of the Middle Ages", published by Bowman and Crowther around 1849.

This lithograph is large and would look great framed. There is no tear on the print, just some minor (medieval) staining. The top right corner is frayed, but once you've framed it, it'll be hidden by the frame anyway (or you can simply trim it).

This also makes a great background for a medieval collage, if you are an artist.

Shipped to you rolled in a tube.

Size: approx. 22" x 14.75

1849 Antique Architectural Drawing of St. Peter's in Clappole, Lincolnshire, the UK. Sheet 10. - Antique Architecture Print


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: original vintage print
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