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30 September 2014

Devon watermarks: Crown GR

Devon watermarks on printed ephemera 1717-1818: Crown GR and similar countermarks.

For further information please see the introduction Devon printed ephemera 1717-1818
and some of their watermarks
.

E_EN_COR_Bodmin. Liddell, James? 1790. Printer. Table of fees and rates, to be taken by the head gaoler and turnkeys, at Bodmin Watermark: Britannia + Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1740. Printer. An account of the Devon and Exeter Hospital, which is proposed to be erected on the plan of the County Hospital at Winchester. Watermark: Pro Patria [? unclear] + Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.

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Copyright © Ian Maxted 2014
This page last updated 30 September 2014 E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1761. Printer. A new ballad, to the tune of The old woman of Grimstone Watermark: Crown GR.
Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1761. Printer. A new song, addressed to the honest freemen of Exeter. Tune of 'Tis of an old woman of Grimstone Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1761. Printer. A song to the tune of And a begging we will go, &c. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1761. Printer. An excellent new ballad. To the tune of Old Cobley, &c. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1761. Printer. Legal freeman. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of the city and countty of Exon. Dated at top: March 26, 1761. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1761. Printer. On Tuesday and Wednesday last, the report of several large cannons was heard .. Dated at top: Exeter, March the 7th, 1761. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1791. Printer. To all whom it may concern, and to the public in general. Dated: Exeter, February 22, 1791. Statement by the weavers of Exeter. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1812. Printer. A cook's song. Tune of "Moses and vicar." Watermark: O & P [incomplete].

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. [s. n.]. 1812. Printer. Varmer & Dame. Dated: Exeter, 18th October, 1812. Watermark: Crown GR 1810.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Brice, Andrew and Thorn, Barnabas. 1770. Printers. Nathaniel Spry, mercer and undertaker .. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Brice, Andrew and Thorn, Barnabas. 1770. Printers. Exeter Theatre. 19 November 1770. False delicacy. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Brice, Andrew. 1766. Printer. Exeter. Dean and Chapter. To be let .. the tything garb, or rectorial tythes of Widycombe, otherwise Withecombe in the Moor .. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Brice, Andrew. 1769. Printer. Exeter Theatre. 24 January 1769. Cymbeline. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Brice, Thomas [2]. 1784. Printer. The charter of the citizens of Exeter, granted by king Henry VII. July 10, 1498 .. Watermark: Britannia + GR [and] F & T.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Thorn, Barnabas. 1767. Printer. A case of great distress. Addressed to the charitable. Watermark: Crown GR.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Trewman, Robert and Son. 1812. Printers. The friends of Mr. Bastard are requested à Dated: Exeter, October 15th, 1812. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Trewman, Robert and Son. 1812. Printers. Bastard, John Pollexfen. To the gentlemen, clergy, yeomanry, and freeholders of the county of Devon. Dated: Exeter, 17th October, 1812. Watermark: Crown GR 1810.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Trewman, Robert and Son. 1812. Printers. Hay, James. To the gentlemen, clergy, yeomanry, and freeholders of the county of Devon. Dated October 3d, 1812. Watermark: Crown GR 1810.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Trewman, Robert and Son. 1812. Printers. Freeholder. To the independent yeomen & freeholders of the county of Devon. Dated: October 2d, 1812. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Exeter. Trewman, Robert. 1778. Printer. Exeter Theatre. 16 February 1778. The school for wives. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Newton Abbot. Weatherdon, John. 1790. Printer. An occasional prologue, spoken, to the tragedy of Julius Caesar; performed by the young gentlemen of Mr. Weatherdon's boarding-school, Newton Abbot, on Friday, December 3, 1790. Watermark: Crown GR.

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E_EN_DEV_Plymouth Dock. [s. n.]. 1785. Printer. The busy fellows in the suds. A new song [and] The town in a hurry; or, the Dock dance. A new ballad. Signed: Julius Gingle. Dated: Dock, August the 11th, 1785. Watermark: British arms + Crown GR, F & T.

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E_EN_DEV_Plymouth Dock. Philp, Thomas. 1803. Printer. The execution of Col. Despard, and six other prisoners, who were executed on onday, February 21, 1803, for high treason. Watermark: Crown.

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E_EN_DEV_Plymouth. Nettleton, Peter. 1800. Printer. Stoke Damerel Manor Mills. Dated: April 15th, 1800. To be let for seven years by survey on 7th May. Watermark: Crown.

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.
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