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1976 - TORONTO - actualitées

Grass rubbing has become popular in old churches in England in the last few years with people eagerly on their knees transferring the etchers to paper by rubbing the paper with wax. The Brass Rubbing Centre on Queen St. E. now offers the opportunity for Metro residents to take rubbings off replicas the shop without travelling to Britain. Here Eric Krogh; 13; puts the finishing touches on rubbing of a medieval knight<br />
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Griffin, Doug<br />
Picture, 1976
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Grass rubbing has become popular in old churches in England in the last few years with people eagerly on their knees transferring the etchers to paper by rubbing the paper with wax. The Brass Rubbing Centre on Queen St. E. now offers the opportunity for Metro residents to take rubbings off replicas the shop without travelling to Britain. Here Eric Krogh; 13; puts the finishing touches on rubbing of a medieval knight


Griffin, Doug
Picture, 1976

Filename: FILE_76_TO_Youth_PD630.JPG
From gallery: 1976 - TORONTO - actualitées
Source: Courtesy of Toronto Public Library
Date: 1 Jan 1976
Location: Toronto ON CANADA
Credit: Toronto Star Photograph Archive
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