Description[Bookplates]. Six British Military and Trophy Bookplates. [Britain, 1702, 1752, 1770, 1789, 1810, c. 1943].
[Bookplates]. [Various artists]. Collection of Six British Military and Trophy Bookplates. [Britain, 1702, 1752, 1770, 1789, 1810, c. 1943].Bookplates toned with scattered mild foxing, else fine. Attractively matted, glazed and framed in tow separate frames to 14.75 x 23.75 and 14.75 x 21.75 inches. Group includes three trophy plates in which armor is the prime decoration and another three relating to military figures. Including bookplates of Sir Charles Frederick (1709-1785), signed and dated by W.H. Toms, 1752; Lt. Gen'l James Oughton (1720-1780) who fought against George Washington's Continental Army in the American Revolution; WWII commander Field Marshall Bernard Law Montgomery (1887-1976). During the war he replaced one the knights on his bookplate with an image of himself.
From the James M. Goode Collection of Bookplates.
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