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Christina Courtenay - Photographic Gallery


Image: 507 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 508 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 509 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 510 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 511 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 512 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 28 - Plymouth Merchant's House
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Image: 513 - There is strong evidence that points to the Bacton Altar Cloth being made from a dress worn by Queen Elizabeth I in the famous Rainbow Portrait
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Image: 29 - The Nice People in Plymouth Gave Me a Musket to Hold
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Image: 514 - Detail from the lovingly restored Bacton Altar Cloth
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Image: 30 - How to Correctly Hold a Pikestaff
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Image: 221 - Regaional variations in Swedish national costume
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