I received a very pleasant surprise in the post this morning from Steve Slater who had been sent a number of bookplates from the family of a Mr. A. G. Trower of Stanstead Bury near Ware in Hertfordshire; apparently the family have been there for a couple of centuries. Although far removed from Cheshire, Steve thought that I might like one of the bookplates for my collection; how right he was. Thank you very much Steve (and Mr. Trower's son).
Thursday, 9 July 2015
Anthony Gosselin Trower Bookplate
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