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AbstractNeal and Back identify that, in 1808, Maudsley, of 78 Margaret Street, was appointed Primer Magazine Maker to the Forsyth Patent Gun Company. Blackmore confirms in a short entry in A Dictionary of London Gunmakers that Henry Maudslay/Maudsley supplied the company with magazine primers....
AbstractDuring excavations undertaken by the Cambridge Archaeological Unit at the Jewson’s site on Broad Street in Ely in 2000 a heavily corroded iron sword cross (the part of the hilt that guards the hand holding the grip) was recovered. Subsequently, the sword cross has been conserved by the...
AbstractFrom Spring 2007 to late 2008, the architectural conservation company Paine and Stewart Ltd was given the prestigious task of restoring the interior decorative schemes at Cardiff Castle that were designed by the architect and designer William Burges. During the project, the work...
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