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Cathedral Cloisters and King’s School

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The King’s School was so named when Henry VIII founded it in 1541. The location shown in the woodcut is now (2007) a Barclays Bank.

King’s School, Chester, Web site

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110 x 95mm (4.3 x 3.7 inches)

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