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Meyrich, S. Rush
Meyrich, Sir
Meyrich, Sir S. Rush
Meyrick, Samuel Rush
Meyrick, Samuel Rush (British antiquarian and engraver, 1783-1848)
Meyrick, Samuel Rush (Sir)
S. Rush Meyrich
Samuel Rush Meyrick
Dates: 
1783-1848
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Bulmer, William (1757-1830)
Cotman, John Sell (1782-1842)
Havell, Robert (1769-1832)
Shaw, Henry (1800-1873)
Skelton, J.
Skelton, Joseph (active 1820-1850.)
Smith, Charles Hamilton (1776-1859)
Turner, Dawson (1775-1858)
Titles: 
Costume of the ancient Britons and Irish
costume of the original inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland, The
costume of the original inhabitants of the British Islands, from the earliest periods to the sixth century, The ; to which is added, that of the Gothic nations on the western coasts of the Baltic, the ancestors of the anglo-saxons and anglo-danes. By Samuel Rush Meyrick, L. L. D. and F. S. A. and Charles Hamilton Smith, esq
Cotman's sepulchral brasses
critical inquiry into ancient armour, 1842:, A
critical inquiry into antient armour, A : as it existed in Europe, particularly in Great Britain, from the Norman conquest to the reign of King Charles II : illustrated by a series of illuminated engravings : with a glossary of military terms of the Middle Ages
critical inquiry into antient armour, as it existed in Europe, but particularly in England, from the Norman conquest to the reign of King Charles II, with a glossary of military terms of the middle ages, A
critical inquiry into antient armour, as it existed in Europe, particularly in Great Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the reign of King Charles II, A : ill. by a series of illuminated engravings : with a glossary of military terms of the Middle Ages
Engraved ill. of ancient arms and armour from the collection at Goodrich Court, Herefordshire
Engraved illustrations of antient [sic] arms and armour, from the collection of Llewelyn Meyrick ... at Goodrich Court, Herefordshire;
Engravings of sepulchral brasses in Norfolk tending to illustrate the ercclesiastical, military, and civil costume as well as to preserve memorials of ancient families in that county
history and antiquities of the county of Cardigan, The : collected from the few remaining documents which have escaped the destructive ravages of time, as well as from actual observation
History of Cardigan-Shire
Specimens of ancient furniture
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