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Bailiff Gallery

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Choose from 10 pictures in our Bailiff collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


A Rake's Progress, Plate 4, ca. 1800. Creator: Dent
A Rake's Progress, Plate 4, ca. 1800. Creator: Dent
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The Bailiffs Hunt: Going Out in the Morning, In Full Scent, Breaking Cover
The Bailiffs Hunt: Going Out in the Morning, In Full Scent, Breaking Cover
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The Bailiffs Hunt: At Fault, The Second Escape, Double and Squat, and The Seizure, 1809
The Bailiffs Hunt: At Fault, The Second Escape, Double and Squat, and The Seizure, 1809
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House of Gessler, 1890. Creator: Unknown
House of Gessler, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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A New Court of Queens Bench …, 1850
A New Court of Queens Bench …, 1850
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A Rakes Progress - 4: The Arrest, 1733. Artist: William Hogarth
A Rakes Progress - 4: The Arrest, 1733. Artist: William Hogarth
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Thomas Pownder, merchant and bailiff of Ipswich, 1525, (1843).Artist: Henry Shaw
Thomas Pownder, merchant and bailiff of Ipswich, 1525, (1843).Artist: Henry Shaw
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Study of Tax Collectors, 1591-1593. Artist: Giuseppe Cesari
Study of Tax Collectors, 1591-1593. Artist: Giuseppe Cesari
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A Harlot's Progress, Plate 3, April 1732. Creator: William Hogarth
A Harlot's Progress, Plate 3, April 1732. Creator: William Hogarth
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A Rake's Progress, Plate 4, June 25, 1735. Creator: William Hogarth
A Rake's Progress, Plate 4, June 25, 1735. Creator: William Hogarth
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Thomas Pownder, merchant and bailiff of Ipswich, 1525, (1843).Artist: Henry Shaw Featured Image

Thomas Pownder, merchant and bailiff of Ipswich, 1525, (1843).Artist: Henry Shaw

Thomas Pownder, merchant and bailiff of Ipswich, 1525, (1843). Copy of a brass in the chancel of the church of St Mary Key, Ipswich, showing Thomas Pownder (died 1525), with his wife and children. The arms of Ipswich are on the right, and on the left are the arms of the Merchants Adventurers of Hambrough merchants. In the centre is the merchant's mark with the English rose above. Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

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