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EXHIBITION CORRIDOR
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Committee Room.

     The inscription over the fireplace:

FARRE MORE SEEMELY WERE IT FOR THEE TO HAVE THY STUDDYE 
FULL OF BOOKES, THAN THY PURSE FULL OF MONEY

[Lyly.]
     The window decorations from Jost Amman:
The Tanner.
The Miser.
The Goldsmith.
The Cross Bow Maker.
The Singers.
The Optician.
The Cloth Maker. 
The Lute Maker. 
The Brush Maker.
The Chain Mail Maker. 
The Grape Grower. 
The Thimble Maker.
The Bibliographical Press [No. 116 M ].

     The window decorations from Jost Amman:

The Potter.
The Sieve Maker. 
The Silk Weaver.
The Oil Maker. 
The Gold Beater. 
The Pipers.
The Saddle Maker. 
The Cook. 
The Organ Player.
Bibliography Seminar [ No. 117 M ] .

       The window decorations from Jost Amman:

The Butcher. 
The Rope Maker. 
The Musician. 
The Doctor. 
The Jester. 
The Miner.
The Apothecary. 
The Army Drummers. 
The Coin Maker. 
The Book Binder. 
The Gormand. 
The Comb Maker.
     The decorations in the glass in the staff rooms on the first floor and in the lead work of the windows in the corridors on the upper floors are copied from watermarks in old papers.

 


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