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VINTAGE RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS “GOLD FRAMED SEPIA” POSTCARD NO. 1309 NORWICH CATHEDRAL , ENGLAND TOPOGRAPHICAL POSTCARD RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS | CATHEDRALS | BRITISH | HERITAGE | TOPOGRAPHY | HIGHLY COLLECTABLE | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
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VINTAGE

RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS

“GOLD FRAMED SEPIA” POSTCARD NO. 1309

NORWICH CATHEDRAL , ENGLAND

TOPOGRAPHICAL POSTCARD

RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS | CATHEDRALS |

BRITISH | HERITAGE | TOPOGRAPHY |

HIGHLY COLLECTABLE

 

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3 1/2 inches x 5 1/2 inches
 
RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS
ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN
 
“GOLD FRAMED SEPIA”
POSTCARD NO. 1309
 
NORWICH CATHEDRAL
 
This Cathedral which is still in plan and structure
the Norman pile erected by 
Bishop Herbert de Losinga in 1096,
is second only to Westminster Abbey
in the perfect proportions 
of its nave and presbytery.
It was injured by fire in 1272
and restored in 1278,
its present spire was built in 1369
and the last additions to its beauty
were the work of Bishop Nix (1501- 1536).
The flying buttresses shown were the addition
of Bishop Goldwell.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    

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