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Coggeshall, Essex Giclée Travel Poster

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Giclée travel poster of Coggeshall, a small town in Essex. Coggeshall's history can be traced back to the Roman period, but it wasn't until the Anglo-Saxon period when it gained it's name - then Cogheshala, or 'Cogga's Hall', named after the local landowner. Through the years, Coggeshall played a key part in the wool trade, then the cloth trade - Coggeshall lace, a type of Tambour lace, was worn by monarchs from Queen Mary to Queen Elizabeth II.

Depicted in this Coggeshall illustration is a view of Market Hill in the centre of Coggeshall, showing the famous Clock House with its iconic blue tower. A medieval building, the Clock Tower itself was built as an extension in 1787, with the clock introduced in 1887 as part of Queen Victoria's golden jubilee celebrations.

This Coggeshall illustration by local artist Rob Wisdom is a high quality Giclée travel poster. For our classic Coggeshall art print, click here.

12x16" print shown. Cropping and title position (if applicable) may differ slightly on 'A' size prints.