Sketchbook, 1863-4, Llanwnda, in or near St. Dogmaels, Newport, St. Nicholas, Longhouse and elsewhere in Pembrokeshire, Stony Littleton (Soms.), Nettleton (Wilts.), Rodmarton and Uley (Glos.), at sea in the Atlantic off the coasts of Spain and Portugal, and Cadiz, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Vigo in Spain, including cromlechs and barrows (tumps), with:
- (fol. 1) a ruined castle at Llanwnda (Pemb.)
- (fol. 37) an ancient British stone hammer-head
- (fol. 38) a stone cross at Nevern (Pemb.)
- (fols. 44-5) a Roman brick kiln at Farringdon Street in London, with site plans and related notes.
- Creation: 1863-4
Language of Materials
MS. Wilkinson dep. d. 41
48 (W); A 48 (interim).
Binding: quarter blue calf, marbled boards.