Inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, there are two views of Tamworth’s castle, church and bridge; the upper is from the south, with Ladybridge to the left and the church to the right of the castle, whereas the lower is from further west, with the bridge in the foreground and the pinnacles of the church tower to the left of the castle.
Shanes 1979, p.156; and Shanes 1990, p.217, 285 note 158.
There a small splash or dab of dusky pink watercolour at the bottom left, perhaps a test stroke for the colour of the silhouetted castle in the England and Wales design.
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