Post details: Wordless Wednesday - Reading Abbey, Berkshire

05/09/07

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Wordless Wednesday - Reading Abbey, Berkshire

Engraving of Reading Abbey, Berkshire, England dated 1773

Source: Grose, Francis: “The Antiquities of England and Wales” (1783)

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Comment from: jams o donnell [Visitor] Email · http://thepoormouth.blogspot.com/
So wonderfully gothic. Great post!
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 16:23
Comment from: Admin [Member] Email · http://www.doubledeckerbuses.org/pastyme/
jams o donnell -> Thank you! .. :)
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 16:34
Comment from: Alison [Visitor] Email · http://beloved-eleanor.co.uk/blog
I like it, I have a small collection of prints from engravings myself :-)
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 17:24
Comment from: Bridget [Visitor] Email · http://brewerfamily8.blogspot.com
I love this one!! Very gothic..have a great Wednesday!
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 17:25
Comment from: Stacie [Visitor] · http://twinkies.bastetweb.com
What a lovely old engraving.
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 17:38
Comment from: Autofocused [Visitor] · http://autofocused.co.uk
That's brilliant.
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 17:45
Comment from: Starrlight [Visitor] Email · http://absinthedreamers.blogspot.com/
What a cool drawing. Happy WW!
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 18:42
Comment from: Rav`N [Visitor] Email · http://ravnwolfstorm.webcrap.net/
wow. lots of old ruins featured for WW this week. thats a very nice engraving
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 19:48
Comment from: letha [Visitor] Email · http://www.mytopsy-turvylife.co.uk/
If it was a ruin back then is there anything left of it, great ww.
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Comment from: Melanie [Visitor] Email · http://hovancikfamily.blogspot.com/
Nice picture! Happy WW!
PermalinkPermalink 05/08/07 @ 21:45
Comment from: Jenn in Holland [Visitor] Email · http://hollandlife.blogspot.com
exceptionally cool. What a great piece of art and history.
PermalinkPermalink 05/09/07 @ 07:54
Comment from: Melissa [Visitor] Email · http://bananamigraine.blogspot.com/
What a very cool engraving - I'm glad to have stumbled upon your blog - it's very interesting!
PermalinkPermalink 05/09/07 @ 09:51
Comment from: Liam Quin [Visitor] Email · http://www.fromoldbooks.org/
Thanks for the link - I'm glad you like the engraving! Lots more on my Web site of course.

To people who collect engravings sold as individual prints, just remember that in most cases some unscrupulous book dealer has ripped apart a book, taken out the plates to sell, and sometimes just thrown away the rest of the book.

I try and buy books that are already damaged, so that when I scan them (usually at 2400dpi) and wreck the binding, at least the book is being kept together.

Liam
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Comment from: Admin [Member] Email · http://www.doubledeckerbuses.org/pastyme/
Liam -> You're welcome ... :) And thank you for putting together an AWESOME website ... :) I could spend hours on it, and my current wallpaper is from your site too!
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