Pics & permissions

Pics and Permissions

Fighting my way through the copyright laws pertaining to images has been a nightmare, but I have tried to tread warily, although that is close to impossible because the legal situation, particularly in England, is far from clear cut. Simplicity is something decidedly lacking in the legal system of the mother of parliaments.

Whenever possible I have taken photographs myself or with the help of friends. The other images were usually chosen because they were available with a free license – at least that is what it said on the tin. The National Portrait Gallery, in London, has kindly granted me an ‘academic license’, whilst a number of other kind souls have given me written permission to use their work.

Another group of images are ones which are hundreds of years old and in the public domain and out of copyright. Some organisations try to reclaim them in some way, to make money from something that belongs to everyone and not to them. The laws in the USA are clear about that, the ones in UK are less so. I have done my best to credit as appropriate, but forgive me, don’t sue me if I got it slightly wrong. I’ll correct if I am asked.

 

Prologue

Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson
Source: drawing made by Sidney Paget – Strand Magazine 1893

‘Undershaw’, Arthur Conan Doyle’s home at Hindhead from 1897-1907
Used with permission of ‘The Undershaw Preservation Trust’.

Memorial to Portuguese writer, Eça de Queiroz, in Póvoa de Varzim
Photo – KHB

Old Building of Royal Grammar School, Guildford, Surrey
© Colin Smith and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Mark Rylance at the Globe Theatre
With kind permission of Mark Rylance

William Shakespeare Public Domain

Edith Meeze at the Valkyrie School at Hendon –
Miss Edith Meeze, a pupil, just about to start her first lesson.
Source – ‘Their Flying Machines’, Flight magazine 1910

 

Chapter One – Preparing the Ground

Garden allotment – Liverpool
Photo by George Cook

Solar eclipse – August 1999
Photo by Luc Viatour / http://www.Lucnix.be
Released under his Creative Commons Licence

Locomotive footplate photo – West Country Class 34007 – Wadebridge
Photo taken by Alex Penfold and thanks to Mid Hants Railway ‘Watercress line’.

William of Ockham stained glass window in All Saints Church, Ockham, Surrey
Photo – KHB

Elizabethan coins
Courtesy Tayton Metal Detecting Club

Sheep in the Yorkshire Dales
Wikipedia licence

Shearmen at work
Old Engraving

Halifax logo – John the Baptist and Pascal Lamb
Photo taken by LoriPori of Halifax Piece Hall Gates – used with permission.

Halifax Crocus display Skircoat Green Road, Halifax
© Pat Hubbard – with thanks

Merchant Adventurer at York
Photo taken by and with permission from Brett Holman

 

Chapter Two – Roots of the Tree

Tree Roots – Horsell Common
Photo – KHB

Jagger Green Lane
Photo taken by Humphrey Bolton

Map – Stainland & Calderdale
Created by KHB

Jagger Green – looking east
Photo taken by Humphrey Bolton

Stainland pony
Photo by Tim Green aka ‘atoach’

Long Melford main street
Courtesy of Annierak

Parish record – William Jegar marriage St Stephen’s Church Coleman Street
Source – Ancestry.co.uk – London Metropolitan Archives

Parish record – Humphrey Jagar burial St Stephen’s Church Coleman Street
Source – Ancestry.co.uk – London Metropolitan Archives

William Jagger family tree
Created by KHB

 

Chapter Three – The Knights Templar

Holy Grail montage
Created by Stephen Knight – with kind permission

Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem
Photo taken by ‘brionv’
Wikipedia licence

Temple Church, London
Photo – KHB

Balantrodoch church
© Sandy Rae – with permission

Jacques de Molay
Wikipedia licence

Crac de Chevaliers, Syria
Photographer – Ergo
Wikipedia licence

Harbour Castle, Old Rhodes
Source: ‘The 9th Templar Story’

Coley Hall – Shelf
© Paul Glazzard
Can be re-used under Creative Commons Licence

Templar and Hospitaller knights
Source – Crossandcrescentthecrusades blog

Red telephone box – Guildford
Photo – KHB

Millau Viaduct – a creation of Norman Foster and Michel Virlogeux
Yoyoshare.com

Temple Bar, London
Source: the wonderful website of ‘Spitalfields Life’

William Marshalls together in Temple Church
Photographer – Jack Hargreaves – free to uase under his Creative Commons Licence

Pembroke Castle
Photographer – Monkeyrustler
Wikipedia licence

 

Chapter Four – The Famous Cloptons..??

Seal of Gilbert de Clare
Wikipedia licence

Battle of Agincourt – 1415
Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet – 15th century
Wikipedia licence

Kentwell Hall Photographer – A Chilver
Wikipedia licence

John Clopton – stained glass window, Long Melford Church
Photo by KHB

Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford
Photo – KHB

Melford Hall
Courtesy of Annierak

Holy Cross Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon
Photo – KHB

Hugh Clopton coats of arms – above entrance to Guild Chapel
Photo – Keith Browning

Hugh Clopton – Guild Chapel, Stratford
Photo – KHB

Sketch New Place Stratford
Drawn by George Vertue in 1737 from contemporary descriptions

New Place – vacant plot
Photo – KHB

The Gatehouse – Kenilworth Castle
Photo – KHB

George Carew, Earl of Totness
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Joyce Clopton
Public domain because of age

Clopton Chapel, Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon
Photo – KHB

Map – Key locations in the story
Created by KHB – adapted from free map, courtesy of Ordnance Survey

 

Chapter Five – William Shakespeare: First Sightings

Will Kempe, dancing a jig from Norwich to London in 1600
Source: Kempe’s ‘Nine Dais Wonder’.
Wikipedia licence

Holy Trinity Church – welcome
Photo – KHB

Shakespeare cartoons
Photo – KHB

Hand D
Wikipedia licence

Loves Martyr, Shakespeare’s 1609 Sonnets & Poems (1640)
Public domain – copyright expired

 

Chapter Six – Shakespeare – the man

Shakespeare sign
Photo – KHB

Stratford-upon-Avon tour bus
Photo – KHB

Mark Twain
Public domain – image is older than 100 years

Joseph Bell and Arthur Conan Doyle
Source – blog of Nate Maas
Public domain – copyright expired

Stratford-upon-Avon Grammar School
Photo – KHB

Tanning leather, Hans Richter of Rotgerber – 1609
Wikipedia licence

Mary Arden’s ‘old’ and ‘new houses
Photo – KHB

Priest Hole
The-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.co.uk

Shakespeare coat of arms
Photo- KHB

Motto coat of arms sketch
Source – Politicworm by Stephanie Hopkins Hughes
Public domain due to age

Shakespeare coat of arms – player
Public domain due to age.

First reference to Shakespeare in treasury accounts
Wikipedia licence

William Shakespeare’s grave
Photo – KHB

Last page of Shakespeare’s will and his six signatures
Public domain due to age

Hugh Clopton’s bridge, Stratford upon-Avon
Photo – KHB

 

Chapter Seven – Plenty more Shakespeares

Old Hall, Temple Balsall
Photo – KHB

Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509), mother of Henry VII of England
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

The Hospital of Lady Katherine Leveson, Temple Balsall
Photo – KHB

Oldwich House Farm
© Robin Stott and licensed under this Creative Commons Licence.

Knowle Guild House
Photo – KHB

Map – Shakespeare homeland
Created by KHB

Shakespeare Hall, Mousley, Warwickshire
With permission, Libraries Heritage and Trading Standards, Warwickshire County Council

Shakespeare memorial at Little Packington
Source – Shakespeare Family History website

Shakespeare memorial at Fillongly
Photo – KHB

Map – Stratford-upon-Avon & Warwick
Created by KHB

Gold State coach – Royal Mews, London
Permission given by photographer Mandy Hill

Christ Church records for Matthew Shakespeare
Source: Ancestry.co.uk – London Metrolpolitan Archives

St Johns Gate, Clerkenwell
Photo – KHB

John Shakespeare’s house, Henley Street
Photo – KHB

 

 

Chapter Eight – Noble Beasts

William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester
Painted by the ‘Circle of Hans Eworth’
Wikipedia licence

William Cecil at the Court of Wards
Wikipedia licence

Queen Elizabeth – Phoenix jewel
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Queen Elizabeth in procession for marriage of Henry Herbert and Anne Russell
Attributed to both Marcus Gheeraerts the elder and Robert Peake.
Wikipedia licence

The Streatham Portrait of Lady Jane Grey – unknown artist
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
Wikipedia licence

Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester – old man
Public domain due to age

Lettice Knollys
Painted about 1585, attributed to George Gower, collection of the Marquess of Bath, at Longleat House
Wikipedia licence

Henry Carey – Lord Chamberlain Painted by Henry Bone
Public domain due to age

Sir Philip Sidney – unknown artist
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Philip Sidney funeral
Procession at the Obsequies of Sir Philip Sidney by Thomas Lant, engraved by Theodor de Bry
Wikipedia licence

Robert Sidney
Wikipedia licence

William Cecil – 1st Baron Burghley
Attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Robert Cecil
Wikipedia licence

Edward Hoby
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Visscher’s Parorama – 1616
Wikipedia licence

 

Chapter Nine – Printers, Publishers and Booksellers

St Paul’s Cathedral
Wikipedia licence

Tudor print shop – 16th century woodcut
Out of copyright due to age

Bishop’s Bible – 1569
Wikipedia licence

Shakespeare – second edition of the Third folio, 1664
Wikipedia licence

Elizabeth, Burghley & Walsingham
Wikipedia licence

Half eagle and Key
Public domain due to age

Holinshed 1587 – printers mark
Image is out of copyright due to age

Passionate Pilgrim 1599 & 1612
Wikipedia licence

Comparison of the two versions published by William Jaggard
Wikepedia licence

Mayoral print frontispiece of ‘Foure footed beasts’ printed by William Jaggard 1607
Source: Willoughby biography – ‘Printer of Shakespeare’.
Images are out of copyright due to age.

Gilliflower mark of James Roberts and William Jaggard
Free to use under Gutenberg project

William Jaggard printer device
Public domain due to age

Antoine Vincenti printer’s device
Public domain because of age

William Jaggard – ‘Treasure of Modern Times’
Image is out of copyright due to age

Johan Froben printer’s mark
Source: Wolfgang Capito’s View
Public domain due to age

Andre Wechel printer’s device
Public domain due to age

Eye of Providence
Wikipedia licence

Richard Jugge’s printer mark
Public domain because copyright has expired

Alexander Arbuthnot printer mark
Public domain because copyright has expired

Richard Tottel printer mark
Public domain because copyright has expired

William Middleton printer mark
Public domain because copyright has expired

Denny Abbey
Photograph by Rob Enwiki
Wikipedia licence

King Leir title page – 1605
Public domain due to age

King Lear title page – 1608
Wikipedia licence

King Lear title page – 1619
Wikipedia licence

William Shakespeare’s First folio
Photo: Andreas Praefcke
Wikipedia licence

Discoverie of Errors
Out of copyright due to age

Theatre of Honour & Knighthood
Out of copyright due to age

Shakespeare and friends at the Mermaid Tavern by John Faed, 1861
Wikipedia licence

Wills of William & Isaac Jaggard
Public domain because copyright has expired.

 

Chapter Ten – Coleman Street

Coleman Street plaque
Photo-KHB

Armourers Hall & No 80 Coleman Street
Photo-KHB

Map of London – about 1600
Annotated by KHB
Public domain due to age

Henry VIII and the Barber Surgeons
Painted by Hans Holbein the younger with later re-working by others
Wikipedia licence

Map of Coleman Street & environs
Original map: created by KHB from a variety of sources

Prague 13th century synagogue
Photographer – Andreas Praefcke
Wikipedia licence

Great Synagogue sign
Photo- KHB

Coleman Street Crossroads
Photos – KHB

Mason’s Avenue
Photo – KHB

Map of London Elizabethan theatres
The Project Gutenberg eBook, Shakespearean Playhouses, by Joseph Quincy Adams.
Wikipedia licence

Shoreditch theatre 1576
Public domain due to age

St Lawrence Jewry
Photo – KHB

Killigrew coat of arms
Public domain due to age

Staple Inn – London 1890
Wikipedia licence

Southampton Tudor tavern
Wikipedia licence

 

Chapter Eleven – Alternative Shakespeares; serious candidates

Mark of Zorro – poster:1920
Wikipedia licence

Edward de Vere – 17th Earl of Oxford (1550-1604)
Wikipedia licence

Francis Bacon – unknown artist
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

William Stanley
Wikipedia licence

‘Chandos’ portrait of William Shakespeare
© National Portrait Gallery, London

Stowe Armorial
Wikipedia licence

Christopher Marlowe
Wikipedia licence

Roger Manners, Earl of Rutland
Wikipedia licence

Billingbear House
Wikipedia licence

Henry Neville
From an original picture in the collection of Richard Aldworth Neville
Wikipedia licence

Bell Inn, church and Neville Hall, Waltham St Lawrence
Photos-KHB

Lord Mayor Show
Wikipedia licence

Inns of Court
Image created by Marc Baronnet
Wikipedia licence

Lamb and Flag emblem
Photo-KHB

 

Chapter Twelve – Cordells, Cecils and Saviles

Savile Row – London Street sign
Photo – KHB

Holy Trinity Hospital and plaque, Long Melford
Photo – KHB

Melford Hall
Photo – KHB

William Cordell memorial, Long Melford Church
Photo – KHB

John Winthrop
Wikipedia licence

Thomas Augustus Jaggar – vulcanologist
Photograph from the Harris & Ewing Collection at the Library of Congress.
Wikipedia licence

Henry and John Jaggar
Photographs are in possession of KHB and part of Jaggar family archive.

Joseph Jagger
Out of copyright due to age

Henry Savile
Source – Pine Tree Web

Bradley Hall
Public domain due to age

Shibden Hall
Wikipedia licence

William Cecil, Lord Burghley by Arnold van Brounckhorst, c.1560’s.
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Double headed eagle – Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
Wikipedia licence

Christchurch, Oxford
Photo – KHB

 

 

Chapter Thirteen – William Gager; top of the class in Latin

Prize winning pumpkin
Permission of George Cook

William Gager – signature
Courtesy of Philological Museum, Birmingham

Richard Eedes
Wikipedia licence

Dr John Rainolds (1549-1607) President of Corpus Christi College
Painting is in possession of Corpus Christi College, Oxford
Wikipedia licence

Sir Henry Unton
Commemoration by his widow Dorothy Wroughton – recorded in her will (1634).
© National Portrait Gallery, London

Apology for Women
Public domain due to age

George Abbott, Guildford
Photo- KHB

Countess of Pembroke
Painted by Nicholas Hilliard as a miniature, c1590
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Wilton House
Photographer – John Goodall
Wikipedia licence

Athena
Public domain due to age

William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke: painted by Daniel Mijtens 1625
Source: Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,”
Wikipedia licence

King James I – 1606
Painted by John de Critz
Wikipedia licence

The tomb of Fulke Greville in the Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=9047&PIpi=25590699

Fulke Greville
From ‘Master of Shakespeare’ website by AWL Saunders

 

Chapter Fourteen – A Magic Circle

Temple of the Rosy Cross
Wikipedia licence

Epitome of Almagest – frontispiece
Photo – KHB

Map of Utopia 1516 – Thomas More
Source: Pierce Penniless
Public domain because its copyright has expired.

Tudor Rose
Photo – KHB

Martin Luther’s seal
Attribution – Daniel Csörföly from Budapest, Hungary

Martin Luther alchemy seal
Wikipedia licence

Stationers Company coat of arms
Public domain because copyright has expired.

Paracelsus
Public domain because copyright has expired.

John Dee’s Monas Hieroglyph
Image by Peter Riis
Released into the public domain by the artist.

Wechel’s Monas publication, 1591
Public domain because copyright has expired.

Chemycal Wedding quotation
Public domain because copyright has expired.

18th degree Masonic symbol
http://www.christian-restoration.com/fmasonry/18th

Rosicrucian Phoenix
Source – ‘Little guy in the Eye’

King James Bible of 1611
Wikipedia licence

Langenburg phoenix
Photo – KHB

Bruno Memorial, Rome
Wikipedia Licence

John Florio – adapted from larger image.
Wikipedia licence

 

 

Chapter Fifteen – A Little Taste of Italy

Map of Italy
Wikipedia licence

Bassano frieze
Wikipedia licence

Vulcano
Wikipedia licence

 

Chapter Sixteen – Shakespeare and the Secret Societies

Woodcut of Tudor gentlemen
Public domain due to age

Foundation stone memorial – 1929
Photo – KHB

Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
Photo – KHB

Introduction page to First folio
Public domain because copyright has expired.

Title page of Two Noble Kinsman, 1634
Image courtesy of the Elizabethan Club and Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University.
Wikipedia licence

Convent Garden taken from John Norden’s map of Westminster 1593
This image has been retouched by ‘SilkTork’
Wikipedia licence

Wroxall Priory
Photo- KHB

Old Hall, Temple Balsall
Photo – KHB

St Mary’s Church
Photo – Max Ellerslie

Knowle Guild House
Photo – KHB

Elizabethan House at Wroxall
With kind permission of Wroxall Abbey Estate

Frederick V of Bohemia Artist – Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt (1567–1641)
Wikipedia licence

Elizabeth Stuart
Public domain because of age

Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst, 1st Earl of Dorset, by John De Critz the Elder.
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Inigo Jones
Wikipedia licence

 

Chapter Seventeen – England and Germany go into extra time

Arms of Bohemia
According to the Czech Copyright Act, this image is in the public domain

Charlemagne – Holy Roman Emperor Artist – Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528)
wikipedia licence

Fulk V of Jerusalem
Wikipedia licence

House of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha
Coat of arms drawn by Jimmy44 for Blazon
Project of French-speaking Wikipedia

Coat of Arms of the House of Windsor
Photo – KHB

Church and fortifications at Tomar
Photographs with permission of James McConville

Astrolabe quadrant – 1388
Photographed by PHGCOM
Wikipedia licence

Christopher Columbus
Wikipedia licence

Signatures of Christopher Columbus
Public domain due to age

Writing script – Siglas Poveiros
Artist -PedroPVZ
Wikipedia licence

Phoenician Alphabet
Released into the public domain by the author – ‘Luca’.

Mural of fishing boats – Povoa de Varzim
Photo – KHB

Templar Cross – Povoa de Varzim
Photo – James McConville

John Dee and Queen Elizabeth
This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired.

Khunrath’s alchemy laboratory Alchemist’s laboratory,
Wikipedia licence

Tudor football match – England v France
Poster to promote restoration of Victorian seafront shelter at Southsea.
Donations to http://www.southseashelter.co.uk.

 

Chapter Eighteen – Jonson & Co: great craftsmen

Bricklayer’s Arms, Hersham, Surrey
Photo – KHB

Calverley Hall
Photographer and copyright owner – Betty Longbottom
Wikipedia Licence

Pressed to death
Death of Giles Corey in 1692 pressed with heavy stones during Salem Witch Trials.
Wikipedia Licence

Charles Blount
Wikipedia licence

Sara Blount
Wikipedia licence

Ben Jonson by Abraham van Blyenberch
Credit: © National Portrait Gallery, London

Spanish Tragedy – various versions
Images in the public domain because its copyright has expired.

 

Chapter Nineteen – Loose Ends

Wilton House – Double Cube Room
Photo with kind permission of Daniel Brown

Shakespeare at Wilton
From blog – ‘Shakespeare Authorship Question’ by Jonathan Star

Temple of Concorde
Wikipedia licence

Arthur George Meeze – technologist
Photo part of Cooper family history portfolio held by KHB

Footprints in the sand
Photo – KHB

Sketch of William Shakespeare church memorial with ‘sack of grain’
Engraving in Sir William Dugdale’s ‘Antiquities of Warwickshire’ published in 1656.
Public domain because its copyright has expired.

Current Shakespeare memorial in Holy Trinity Church, holding a pen
Photo – KHB

 

Epilogue – ‘Stairway to Heaven’

Judgement Day – Hugh Clopton’s Guild Chapel – Stratford-upon-Avon
Photo taken by KHB of photo of artist’s reconstruction of rediscovered mural

Meriden Cross marking the ‘Centre of England’
Photo – KHB

Map – Temple Balsall in the centre of England and Wales
Created by KHB using free outline – courtesy of Ordnance Survey

Hans Anderson
Wikipedia licence

Crusader Knights
This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired.

Reconstruction of Motte and Bailey castle, Lütjenburg, Germany
Wikipedia licence

Margat Castle, Syria
Photographer – ‘Shayno’
Wikipedia licence

Ely Cathedral
Wikipedia licence

Wrens Two Cathedrals
Photos – KHB

Dollar bill
Wikipedia licence

History of the World by Walter Raleigh
Photo – KHB

Lavenham Guildhall
Photo by Ben Johnson

Windmills – Consuegra Spain
Wikipedia

John Clopton’s tomb, Long Melford Church
Photo – KHB

Entrance to Royal Grammar School, Guildford
Photo – KHB

RGS Guildford – First Year Rugby team, Parkhurst playing fields, 1964
Original in possession of KHB

All RGS Guildford material used with kind permission of the school.

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