Rubbing of a medieval engraved brass, c1490 (1901). Tomb monument: Pray for the souls of John Wyborne, esquire, and of Cecily and Agnus his wives, which said John died the 16th day of Febuary, in the fifth year of the reign of King Henry VII, on whose souls may god have mercy. Illustration from The Connoisseur, (December 1901).
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