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English: The 14th century frontage of the palace at Windsor Castle. Based on pictures and text in Nicolson's "Restoration", p.119, and Brindle and Kerr's "Windsor Revealed", pp.40-1, in turn based on Hollar's quadrangle sketch (see Mackworth-Young, "Windsor Castle", p.20). Hand-drawn, with retouching using digital aids.
Date 11 December 2010
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Author Hchc2009


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