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The Copper Kettle

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 The serene entrance to Trinity College dated 1555 is just off busy Broad Street where Oxfam, another of the three Oxford models, is sited.

 52 St Giles is Grade 2 listed. The upper windows and decorative moulding are in Art Nouveau style, 1890-1910. This cafe is much visited by students.

Introduction
A romantic idea of golden buildings, dreaming spires, river punts and poetry lures tourists to Oxford and the oldest University in the English speaking world, with teaching from 1096. JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis both taught there for 30 years around the same time and have a joint Oxford trail. The Inspector Morse trail visits locations from the world-renowned TV series.

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Hazle Ceramics
The Copper Kettle
No 2 of LP2 issued in 2007
on Oxford St Giles

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The Eagle & Child inn at 49 St Giles where the Inklings such as JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis met in the rear Rabbit Room from 1939-62. Tourists flock to take cellphone photos of memorablia.

 The Book Of Shops 1899, with similar colours to the ceramic, this also gives an idea of the more refined dining on offer at The Copper Kettle!

 Rabbit Room corner.

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