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King, Daniel (c. 1616-61) King came from Chester and one of his publications was a book on Chester, The Vale-Royall of England (1656). In the 1650s he was associated with Sir William Dugdale and Wenceslaus Hollar in producing the plates that were used in Dugdale’s Monasticon Anglicanum, which King also published separately in his Cathedrall and Conventuall Churches of England and Wales.

Kip, William (in London 1588-1618) Kip was a goldsmith who came from Utrecht. His engravings are mainly cartographic, though he was also responsible for the plates illustrating Stephen Harrison’s Arches of Triumph (1604).