Worcestershire 1937 Near BROADWAY Vintage Worcs Print Horses ploughing
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Worcestershire 1937: Near BROADWAY. Vintage Worcs Print. Horses ploughing.

Price: £11.99

TITLE/CAPTION/BRIEF DETAILS: WOLD PLOUGHING AT 900 FT., NEAR THE FISH INN, ABOVE BROADWAY. Worcs

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DATE PRINTED: 1937    

IMAGE SIZE: Overall size 8.25x5.25 Inches including the margins.

TYPE: Vintage print

CONDITION: Please see the scan. Good. S uitable for framing Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. We offer a no questions asked return policy.

AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print, published at the date stated above. It is not a modern copy. Please click the lower images on the right to verify the date and provenance.

VERSO: There are further illustrations on the back

SCARCITY RATING: 8 = NOT COMMON.

ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: H. J. Massingham. Harold John Massingham (1888 1952)

PROVENANCE: THE FACE OF BRITAIN. COTSWOLD COUNTRY. A SURVEY OF LIMESTONE BRITAIN FROM THE DORSET COAST TO LINCOLNSHIRE. By H. J. Massingham. Harold John Massingham (1888 1952) was a prolific British writer on matters to do with the countryside and agriculture. He was also a published poet. He was brought up in London, and educated at Westminster School and Queen's College, Oxford. He failed to graduate from Oxford, because of bad health. He then became a journalist in London. He worked for the Morning Leader, Athenaeum, and the Nation, and knew D. H. Lawrence.



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