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(handwritten on back of image): 66.70, St. David's (Pembrokeshire): Cathedral: Tomb of Henry de Gower: fifth and sixth figure from W. end on S. side

(handwritten on back of image): 66.55, Exeter (Devon): St. Mary Arches: Tomb: detail of W. end

(handwritten on back of image): 66.53, Exeter (Devon): St. Mary Arches: Tomb, E. end: detail of St. Dorothy

(handwritten on back of image): 66.54, Exeter (Devon): St. Mary Arches: Tomb, E. end: St. Dorothy

The seal of Glaston Abbey was a curious and superb one, and has the character of the time of Henry VI. from the style and ornaments of the niches in which the figures stand, and the quatrefoil. It was three inches in diameter and consisted of two distinct parts, or sides, so fitted and arranged as to give an impression on each side of the wax at…

(handwritten on back of image): St. Endellion, Cornwall: Church: Altar tomb, South aisle, date taken 1951 (AA52/7781)

O'Dea crozier: Owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick: Loaned to the Hunt Museum, Limerick: Detail: SS. John and Catherine, the Holy Trinity and a figure of a bishop

(handwritten on back of image): 69.427, Askeaton, Co. Limerick: Franciscan friary: Tomb niche (enfeu) in S. wall of nave nearest chancel (multiple images on file)

O'Dea crozier: Owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick: Loaned to the Hunt Museum, Limerick: Detail: St. Barbara and the figure of an unknown bishop (handwritten on back: 1634 and Z.462)

O'Dea crozier: Owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick: Loaned to the Hunt Museum, Limerick: Detail: St. Catherine and a figure of a bishop (handwritten on back: Z.461 NFS)

O'Dea crozier: Owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick: Loaned to the Hunt Museum, Limerick: Detail: Saint and Virgin and Child (handwritten on back: Z.459 NFS)

O'Dea crozier: Owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick: Loaned to the Hunt Museum, Limerick: Detail: St. Margaret and St. Peter (handwritten on back: 6781 and Z.464 NFS)

(handwritten on back of image): 69.431, Askeaton, Co. Limerick: Franciscan friary: Tomb niche (enfeu)in S. wall of nave nearest chancel: Detail of St. Francis (?) and St. Catherine, from tomb surrounds (?)

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