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2 comments

  1. Christopher Charles Thornton

    Dear Adam,

    I am writing to enquire about an image that I have found via Bing Image search which is your copyright:

    King Edward VII pub, Thorpe-le-Soken, 2013 colour image 49561.jpg

    This building and the Maltings next door I think have now been demolished.

    If you able to licence it I would like to use the picture in a book that forms part of a national local history project run by the University of London called the Victoria County History. Details of the Essex series can be found here: https://www.history.ac.uk/research/victoria-county-history/county-histories-progress/essex

    The book is titled:

    C.C. Thornton and H. Eiden (eds), A History of the County of Essex, Volume XII: St Osyth to the Naze: North-East Essex Coastal Parishes (Part 2). The Soken: Kirby-le-Soken, Thorpe-le-Soken and Walton-le-Soken (Published by Boydell & Brewer for the Institute of Historical Research, University of London, forthcoming 2021).

    It is a hard copy (print) reference work for mainly academic libraries and archives and the print run is limited to 300. It is wholly funded by a charitable trust, The Victoria County History of Essex Trust (reg. char. 1038801).

    Please could you let me know whether you would be able to supply a high-res digital copy of this image suitable for high quality book publication, and are able to grant the necessary copyright/reproduction permission and what the cost of this would be?

    My e-mail address is: c.c.thornton@btinternet.com

    yours sincerely

    Chris Thornton

    Dr Christopher C. Thornton, FSA, FRHistS
    County Editor, The Victoria County History of Essex
    Associate Fellow, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
    01621 856827

    • Chris, many thanks for your enquiry, which came as quite a surprise given the age and terrible quality of the post! As I confirmed in our private message follow up, happy to share a re-edited better quality version of the photo in question without charge. Best wishes, Adam

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