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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8093 4698
Name: 
Franks, A. W.
Franks, A. Wollaston
Franks, Augustus W.
Franks, Augustus Wollaston
Franks, Augustus Wollaston (Sir)
Dates: 
1826-1897
Creation class: 
Language material
Creation role: 
editor
Related names: 
Asami, T.
Birch, Samuel (1813-1885)
Black, William Henry (1808-1872)
British Museum Affiliation (see also from)
Dalton, O. M. (1866-1945)
Dalton, Ormonde Maddock (1866-1945)
Read, Charles Hercules Sir, 1857-1929
Schreiber, Charlotte
Schreiber, Charlotte Elizabeth
Shioda, M
South Kensington Museum
Tonnochy, Alec Bain (n. 1889)
Titles: 
A.W. Franks, 1997:
book of ornamental glazing quarries, collected and arranged from ancient examples, A
Catalogue of British and American book plates bequeathed to the trustees of the British museum by Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks
Catalogue of continental porcelain : Bethnal Green Branch Museum
Catalogue of the collection of glass formed by Felix Slade
Catalogue of the silver plate mediaeval and later
celtic ornament in the british isles
Discovery of the will of Hans Holbein
Franks bequest. The treasure of the Oxus, with other objects form ancient Persia and India
Guide to the Christy Collection of prehistoric antiquities and ethnography
Guide to the English ceramic ante-room and the glass & ceramic gallery in the British Museum
Horae ferales; or, studies in the archaeology of the northern nations
Inscriptions in the Himyaritic character discovered chifly in southern Arabia, and now in the British museum.
Japanese pottery being a native report
medallic illustrations of british history
On bosses of roman shields found in Notrhumberland and Lancashire.
On recent excavations and discoveries on the site of ancient Carthage.
On the additions to the collection of national antiquities in the British museum.
Oriental porcelain and pottery
Playing cards of various ages and countries : selected from the collection of Lady Charlotte Schreiber
treasure of the Oxus, with other examples of early oriental metal-work, The
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