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Special Collections Material

From Britton's History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of York (1814)
Sp Coll RQ 675

"The soffit to the arch has a series of canopies running up to the crown of it.  Each of these is occupied by a projecting bust instead of a whole length figure.  The outer rim of the arch is wrought into little tabernacles filled with half length figures."

(page 53)

"Elevation and section of the centre part of the east end, showing the mullions and ramifications of the great window, the niches beneath, and at the sides, with indications of the subjects in the glass."

(page 78)

Pellat & Green's show room
York Cathedral Church. Section & Elevation of the East End
(Plate XXV: Drawn by Mackenzie; Engraved by Turrell)

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