Reference numberMS/648/1/124/5
TitlePrint, the KIng's School, Grantham, Lincolnshire, by an unknown engraver
Date19th century
DescriptionView of the school house in which Sir Isaac Newton was educated. The buiding has six windows along its length with an entrance gate within a perimeter wall. A weathercock is visible upper left. Three figures are visible outside the school. Inscribed "GRAMMAR SCHOOL AT GRANTHAM LINCOLNSHIRE". Inscription verso, in pencil, reads: "Sir I.N. was educated at Grantham School founded by Bp. Fox".
Extent1 print
Physical descriptionEngraving, on paper
Access statusOpen
Administrative historyCollected by Charles Turnor
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2870Turnor; Charles (1768 - 1853)1768 - 1853
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