Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919

Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919

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Title: Illuminated Address, to Henry Tubb, Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 1919
Condition: Very Good

An early 20th century illuminated, and handwritten address produced for Henry Tubb, the Honorary Secretary of Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, for his service as secretary for 32 years between 1887-1919.

The address comprises of an illuminated title with hand-painted floral decorations. The following pages of handwritten signatures are accompanied by rubrication, with hues of red and blue.

Along with this address, it appears that Tubb received the gift of a portrait produced by the English artist Philip Reinagle, though the address does not mention which work it was.

The address has been bound in a gilt decorated brown morroco by binder C&C McLeish and features a gilt title for the Hunting Club at the center of the front cover.

One finely bound illuminated address on vellum in octavo, 4 leaves, 2 blanks

On note of condition, this volume is in very good shape, with light rubbing and wear to the binding, and light staining. There is virtually no foxing throughout.