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A late 18th century armorial bookplate
A late 18th century armorial bookplate

A late 18th century armorial bookplate



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A late 18th century bookplate for Thomas Fowell Buxton Esqr.

Thomas Fowell Buxton of Earls Colne, Essex and sometime High sheriff, 1756-1793, was the eldest son of Isaac Buxton and Sarah Fowell. He married in 1782 Anna, eldest daughter of Osgood Hanbury of the Grange Coggleshall Essex, a partner in a brewery. His eldest son, also Thomas Fowell Buxton eventually became sole owner of Truman Hanbury and Buxton, an MP, anti-slavery campaigner and Baronet.

Thomas Fowell Buxton is the ancestor of the many current Buxtons.

A simple bookplate showing just the rampant Buxton lion.

Condition: Good.

Framed in matt black and mounted in cream.

OFFERED BY: Armorial bookplates, portraits & bindings
By Appointment Only, 601 Linen Hall, 162-168 Regent Street, London, W1B 5TG, United Kingdom View map

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