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Window: 02, Chancel S (E), Holy Trinity, Penn Street

Location in Church:
Chancel S (E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 3" x 7' 0" or 0.98m x 2.13m
Subject(s):
St Luke, St John
Date Made:
1849
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Makers Mark Bucks Free Press of 5 May 1849.
Dedicated to:
Earl Howe
Donated by:
Edward Bickersteth & wife Martha Maria Anne
Makers Mark on Window:
Makers Mark - Notes:
Makers Mark is at the lower right hand corner.
Notes on Window:
It is perhaps surprising that the 2 Evangelists depicted are not joined by the other 2 on the north side of the Sanctuary.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery: Sacred Monogram at top (IHC), Symbols of two Evangelists below.
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2 Main lights, showing St Luke and St John.
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LH Tracery: Ox for St Luke.
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LH light: St Luke holding a book.
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LH light: Closer view of St Luke.
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LH light: Quotation from Luke 2:14.
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LH Tracery: Eagle for St John.
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LH light: St John reading a book.
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LH light: Closer view of St John.
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LH light: Quotation from John 1:4:16.
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Plaque below window, with Latin Inscription.
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Inscription, and Translation.
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Makers Mark: TW in a shield, standing for Thomas Willement.
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