Item EMGC-04-18-27 - Emsworth Mill, Hampshire

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Emsworth Mill, Hampshire


  • 1800 - 1810 (Creation)

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(30 September 1882 - April 1959)


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The twenty sixth item is a photocopy of a nineteenth century illustration of the old watermill which preceded the Quay Tide Mill ; both of which were situated in exactly the same location in the small village of Emsworth in Hampshire. There is a note written on the back in red ink clearly in a later hand. The note commences with the heading of "The City Gallery" and proceeds to describe the photograph as "A Coastal scene with figures and a fishing boat beached by a cottage. Gils on canvas 19 1/2 x 27 ins (presumably an abbreviation of inches). Curia 1800 - 1810." There is an additional note in black ink which reads "Mill that preceded Quay Mill, Emsworth." According to the information we are given, the sketch itself was produced at some point between the years 1800 and 1810.

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A higher resolution copy of this image can be made available, subject to a charge. Please see for details. Alternatively, a higher resolution copy can be viewed for free at the Mills Archive; please email to arrange an appointment.

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