DUPLICATE RECORD TO BE DELETED. Richard Williams - papers - scrapbooks, photograph albums etc

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DUPLICATE RECORD TO BE DELETED. Richard Williams - papers - scrapbooks, photograph albums etc

DUPLICATE RECORD TO BE DELETED. Richard Williams - papers - scrapbooks, photograph albums etc

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A collecton of scrapbooks, photograph albums etc on various subjects, the majority labelled on the spine, I.87; RAR.0087 |a Three visitor books recording visits to the collection of Samuel Rush Meyrick at Goodrich Court, 1831-65 |b Each with the bookplates of George Moffat and Richard Williams, I.87 1 |a 'Visitors - Meyrick Armoury - 1831-1835', I.87 2 |a 'Visitors - Meyrick Armoury - 21 June 1843 to 12 June 1847', I.87 3 |a 'Visitors - Meyrick Armoury, Goodrich Court - May 1852 to Augt 1863 and 1865 to June 1865', I.287; RAR.0287 |a Scrapbook relating to the Tower of London, I.631; RAR.0631 |a Photograph of Fenton's antique shop |b With a pencilled note on the mount in the hand of Sir James Mann indentifying it as, 'Fenton's shop at Bury St Edmunds before they moved to London, c. 1880' and initialed 'JGM'. 11.2 inches x 16.3 inches (28.4 cm x 41.4 cm) |z Leeds Registry, Williams Box A, I.779; RAR.0781 |a 'The Hounslow Sword Factory', I.780; RAR.0780 |a 'The King's Champion' |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, O/S Cupboard, Shelf 1, I.781; RAR.0781 |a 'Greenwich School' |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, O/S Cupboard, Shelf 1, I.782; RAR.0782 |a 'N. Africa and Holy Land; Armour, National Bavarian Museum, Munich', I.783; RAR.0783 |a 'Goodrich Court', I.784; RAR.0784 |a 'Maltese Gun at Tower of London; Arms & Armour at St John's Gate; Processional Sword of the Order; Maltese Gun at Woolwich Arsenal' |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, O/S Cupboard, Shelf 1, I.785; RAR.0785 |a 'Rhodes Armour, 1960', I.786; RAR.0786 |a 'Miscellaneous on Guns and Rifles', I.787; RAR.0787 |a 'Duelling' |b Bears the bookplate of T.N. Brushfield, MD, FSA |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, O/S Cupboard, Shelf 1, I.788; RAR.0788 |a 'Armourers' Bookplates' |b Bears the bookplate of T.N. Brushfield, MD. FSA |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, O/S Cupboard, Shelf 1, I.789; RAR.0789 |a 'H. Plowman; A.H. Rowe', I.790; RAR.0790 |a 'Kernoozers & Meyricks', I.791; RAR.0791 |a 'The Kernoozers', I.792; RAR.0792 |a 'Eginton Tournament', I.793; RAR.0793 |a 'Tournaments', I.794; RAR.0794 |a 'J. Lucas Seymour's furniture |b Two volumes, I.794; RAR.0794 |a 'Lucasiana' |b Three volumes, I.795; RAR.0795 |a 'H. Fenton, Private Catalogue' |b Typescript with un-numbered photographs and scraps and notes intserted. 143 pages, I.796; RAR.0796 |a 'Okwells Manor', I.797; RAR.0797 |a 'R. Caton Woodville', I.798; RAR.0798 |a 'Arma Virumque - Richard Williams - 1922' |b A catalogue of Euroean arms and armour in the possession of Viscount Gage at Firlie Park, Sussex, by Richard Williams, 1922. 100 items described. Typescript. No illustrations, I.799; RAR.0799 |a 'Illustrated and Descriptive History of Arms and Armour from the Edward J. Brett Collection', I.800; RAR.0800 |a 'Armour' |b A series of printed and watercolour illustrations of arms and armour, much of it from his own collection, but W.B. Redfern, with letters from Redfern inserted. Bears an ownership note of Frances Baldwyn Childe on the front page, I.801; RAR.0801 |a 'Noel Paton', I.802; RAR.0802 |a 'Swords in the Collection of Herbert S. Pullar, Dunbarnie Cottage, Bridge of Earn' |b Photograph album, with brief descriptions. 54 pages, some inserted, I.803; RAR.0803 |a 'Inventory of the Arms and Armour in the Collection of Edward Roberts of Theadon and Bewerley Grange, nr. Pately Bridge' |b Blue exercise book containing a manuscript inventory, no photographs, some drawings, including drawings or marks, I.804; RAR.0804 |a 'List of Arms and Armour in the Collection of Herbert Graystone, The Moor, Hay, Herefordshire, October 1905' |b Entitled on the front cover 'Arms and Armour - The Moor'. 129 pages of typescript, with photographs inserted, I.805; RAR.0805 |a 'Spiller Collection' |b A photograph album containing 30 photographs and a packet of photographs, labelled 'Spiller', I.806; RAR.0806 |a Eighteen scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings relating to arms and armour and related subjects, collected by Dr Williams and covering the period from about 1930 to about 1965 |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, Cupboard 2, Shelf 5, Boxes 7 and 8, I.807; RAR.0807 |a Scrapbook containing articles relating to arms and armour by John F. Hayward |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, Cupboard 2, Shelf 5, I.808; RAR.0808 |a Scrapbook containing articles relating to arms and armour extracted from the Illustrated London News collected by Dr Richard Williams and covering the period from about 1920 to about 1950 |z TOL Middle Tower Archive, Cupboard 2, Shelf 5, I.809; RAR.0809 |a Two scrapbooks containing postcards, I.810; RAR.0810 |a Box containing 77 photographs of reproduction arms and armour frmo the Ernst Schmidt Workshop in Munich, I.811; RAR.0811 |a Photograph album containing photogravure views of an unidentified house, including arms and armour on display in the hall, and cannon and ammunition on display on the terrace, I.812; RAR.0812 |a Photograph album entitled 'Armour at 9 Mountney Road, Eastbourne' and 'RW', I.813; RAR.0813 |a Photograph album entitled 'The Meyrick Club at Cobham, June 25, 1905' and 'RW' |b 20 pages, I.814; RAR.0814 |a Photograph album entitled 'Sutton Courtney, Berks., and the Great Tilting Helm. Capt. Harry Lindsay' and 'RW' |b 12 pages, I.815; RAR.0815 |a Scrapbook containing tracings of arms and armour, the majority credited to 'Hefner' |b Annotated on the fly-leaf, 'This was the late Lord Dillon's tracing book, made about 1900' and 'RW'. Fifty items, I.816; RAR.0816 |a Scrapbook containing extracts from books relating to arms and armour, and drawings of arms and armour from Paul Hardy |b Bears the ownership inscriptions on the front cover, 'Paul Hardy, Storrington, Sussex, 1913' and 'C. Marshall, Bridlington, Yorks., 1946.' Brown paper cover, I.817; RAR.0817 |a Scrapbook containing extracts from books relating to arms and armour, the majority sale catalogues |b Includes material as late as the Mackay sale of 1939, and part of a letter, signed by Paul Hardy, discussing methods of studying arms and armour. One helmet is annotated, 'From Parham, C. Marshall, Town Clerk, Castleford.' Bears the ownership inscriptions on the front cover, 'Paul Hardy, Storrington, Sussex, 1913' and 'C. Marshall, Bridlington, Yorks., 1946.' Brown paper cover, I.818; RAR.0818 |a Scrapbook containing an extra-illustrated and heavily annotated copy of 'The Armourer and his Craft' by Charles ffoulkes (London, 1912). Bears the ownership inscriptions on the front cover, 'Paul Hardy' and 'C. Marshall, Bridlington, Yorks., Dec. 1946.' Also annotated 'Richard Williams, Presteigne, Radnor, May, 1954' and 'Bought [Andrew] Leeds, for £3' and 'RW' Brown paper cover., I.924; RAR.0924 |a 'De Cosson, Arms and Armour, 1881-1892 |b Compiled by Baron Charles Alexander de Cosson. Most of the material relates to publications by De Cosson. With a tpyed contents lists attached to the first fly-leaf, I.931; RAR.0931 |a Portfolio entitled, 'Circulars de Brayette Club, 1925-1932', I.936; RAR.0936; W 971 |a Scrapbook containing papers concerning Round and Polygonal Churches, collected by H. Gough, I.961; RAR.0961; W 536 |a Photograph album entitled. 'The Tournament at Carcassone, 1928' |b Bears the bookplate of Dr Richard Williams on the front cover. 14 Photographic plates, I.988; RAR.0988 |a Scrapbook labelled 'Wakes Catalogues' |b Containing a collection of catalogues of books and antiquities issued between 1871 and 1885 by Henry Wake of Cockermouth, Belper and Fritchley |b A broken series, 6-60 (missing 9, 10, 11, 13, 22, 27 and 100). Each one engraged on a single lithographic plate and embellished with sketches of some of the antiquities. Catalogue 100 inserted on the back fly-leaf. Bound in maroon quarter morocco, I.1535; RAR.1535 |a Scrapbook containing miscellaneous cuttigns relating to arms and armour, probably compiled by Dr Richard Williams, dating from the period of about 1900 to about 1929 |z TOL Library, PP.2, I.1536; RAR.1536 |a Scrapbook entitled 'Meyrick's Armour: Proof Plates' |b Contains proof plates, with corrections, for the illustrations to S.R. Meyrick's 'A Critical Inquiry into Ancient Armour as it existed in Europe...' Note on fly-leaf in the hand of Dr Richard Williams, 'A series of 41 plates, apparently the proofs and trials of Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick's Arms and Armour. The notes are in his handwriting. They were for many years in the possession of hte late Viscount Dillon, he left them to C.J. ffoulkes who apparently sold them. R. Williams, Aug. 19, 1938' |z TOL Library, 17, Rare Books, I.1537; RAR.1537 |a Scrapbook entitled, 'Meyrick's Armour: Original drawings by S.R. Meyrick' |b Original pencil drawings from J. Skelton, 'Engraved Illustrations of Antient Arms and Armour' (1830). Bears the armorial bookplate of George Henry Virtue and an extract from the Sotheby's sale catalogue for 16 February 1973, 'Other Properties, Lot 400' |z TOL Library, I.1538; RAR.1538 |a Postcard album containing approximately 300 cards relating to arms and armour, castles and tournaments |z TOL Library, PP.2, I.1539; RAR.1539 |a Photograph album of arms and armour, largely from Italian collections and from Malta, compiled by Dr Richard Williams |b Bears Richard Williams book stamp on the front cover, I.1540; RAR.1540 |a Scrapbook containing of cuttings and extracts relating to arms and armour, compiled by Dr Richard Williams, and dating from the period about 1926-1936, Un-numbered |a Album containing 86 photographs of arms and armour from the Ambras Collection, Vienna, dated around 1890-1900. Bears the initials 'H.W.' on the front cover, Un-numbered |a Typescript catalogue of the Hellis Collection compiled by T.D. Worth, Esq., Sutton Bassett, Market Harborough |b With manuscript notes on the cover, 'Hellis, gunsmith in the Edgeware Road, died in 1941' and 'Worth bought Hellis' pistols, his guns were bought by Butcher. Hellis exhibited a few tschinkes, etc in his windo as advertisment. Worth later sold his collection at Sotheby's'. 11 leaves, RAL 04099 |a A chronological list of auction sales in which arms and armour were catalogued |b Annotated by Richard Williams with the catalogues in his own collection marked 'RW', RAL 04188 |a Typescript catalogue of armour from the collection of William Randolph Hearst compiled by Richard Williams, RAL 18857 |a 'Oswald Barron Library' |b Typescript sales catalogue of the library of Oswald Barron offered for sale by Walford Brothers, 1941-42, Un-numbered |a Three volumes containing copies of Ken Trotman book catalogues. Volume 1, 1955-1959; Volume 2, 1959-1964; and Volume 3, 1964-1967. The loose Trotman lists nos. 80-88 (1968 to ?) and O/P 1 and O/P 2, as well as E. Chalmers Hallam's list no. 88 (May 1969), which where inserted at the back, have been placed in a separate file

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