Survey of London Monograph 12: Cromwell House, Highgate
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'Appendix C: The carved figures on the staircase ', Survey of London Monograph 12: Cromwell House, Highgate (1926), pp. 50. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117621 Date accessed: 24 May 2013.
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A Descriptive list of the figures on the staircase newels (plates 12 and
38 to 45 inclusive) by the late Major Victor Farquharson, F.S.A.
The general type of figures is that of Charles I. They have, as regards six of
them, pointed beards, and all have longish and curly hair and are smartly got
up, particularly as regards the garter rosettes in five examples.
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