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Images Dated 2016 September

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Choose from 52 pictures in our Images Dated 2016 September collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Fourburrow Hunt at Tregothnan, Tresillian, Cornwall. Early 1900s Featured September Print

The Fourburrow Hunt at Tregothnan, Tresillian, Cornwall. Early 1900s

The Master, Mr. A. Wallis, leading the huntsmen and the hounds towards the Lodge gates. Tregothnan has been home to the Boscawen family since 1334. The house was rebuilt by Edward Boscawen (1787-1841), fourth Viscount and First Earl of Falmouth, near the site of an older mansion. Tregothnan has the largest historic garden in Cornwall. It is open to the public for one weekend every year. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

© From the collection of the RIC

Chysauster, New Mill, Penzance, Cornwall. 1920s Featured September Print

Chysauster, New Mill, Penzance, Cornwall. 1920s

Three men sitting on stones at the site of the ancient village of Chysauster, New Mill, Penzance. One of the gentleman is sporting a checked knickerbocker suit. Chysauster Ancient Village is a late Iron Age and Romano-British settlement of courtyard houses which is currently in the care of English Heritage. The village included eight to ten houses, each with its own internal courtyard. To the south east of the village is the remains of a fogou, an underground structure of uncertain function. The man on the right bears a resemblance to the Antiquarian Thomas Francis George Dexter (c. 1860-1933). Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Blacksmiths shop at Godolphin Cross, Cornwall. Early 1900s Featured September Print

Blacksmiths shop at Godolphin Cross, Cornwall. Early 1900s

A group of men outside the blacksmith's shop at Herland Cross in Godolphin Cross. On the left is George Reynolds standing on a granite block used for fixing iron bands to waggon wheels. He spent many years abroad mining in South America, possibly Chile. Astride the horse is Harry Magor (possibly Meagor) of Carleen. He was a teamster who drove teams of up to thirty horses taking timber to boatyards and mines. He carried the large poles used at Poldhu, Mullion in Marconi's experimental wireless station (in 1901). In the donkey trap is Streamer John, a tin streamer who extracted tin from the tailings of mine-workings and supplemented his income by selling vegetables from his trap. The blacksmith is William Rowe with his dog Ben. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC