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Window: 06, S Wall (E1), Holy Trinity, Hazlemere

Location in Church:
S Wall (E1)
Type:
1 light
Size (width x height):
1' 8" x 6' 7" or 0.50m x 2.00m
Subject(s):
St John the Baptist
Date Made:
1963
Craftsmen:
A E Buss, Designer
Goddard & Gibbs, Maker
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
: Makers Mark See image below)
Dedicated to:
Rev Leon Edgar Mackney More...
Donated by:
Many friends in Hazlemere and elsewhere
Makers Mark on Window:
Notes on Window:
Windows 06 and 07 were obviously produced together. One window remembers the Vicar until 1944, the other window remembers the mother of the Vicar from 1945

 


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Window in situ
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Overall view of glass
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Figure of St John the Baptist (Behold the Lamb of God)
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Closer view of St John the Baptist
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Base of window, with inscription
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Feet of St John the Baptist, with makers mark on left
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Makers mark of a Dutch Herring Buss (a fishing vessel) with GG on sails (Goddard & Gibbs) and A E B on bow (Arthur Edward Buss)
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