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IASH13341

Dee Bridge & Mill or Mills at Chester Sepia Print

£17.99
17.99
  • There was originally a wooden bridge crossing the Dee at this point
  • It, however, broke down and was replaced by the present structure which was erected by the citizens in 1280
  • A mounted, framed and glazed sepia tone print of the Dee Bridge & Mills in Chester
  • They were the property of successive Earls of Chester, who drew large revenues from them
  • They have three times been destroyed by fire
  • Overall, framed, measures about 14 1/2" x 11 1/2", 37cm x 29cm and weighs about 720g.Dimensions: 14 1/2
  • It consists of seven arches of regular size and shape
  • The Mills date back to a period shortly after the Norman Conquest
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Dispatched & sold by: iAuctionShop Ltd
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Description

  • HCODE

    IASH13341

  • MPN

    412

  • CONDITION

    Used

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