The College has published several books about its collections, which may be purchased from the links below. All are fully illustrated in colour.


Guide Book 2016


 50 Treasures


Duberly Collection

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Winchester College Publication


Winchester College Publication

An Eighteenth-Century Ship Model 
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English Watercolours 
From the Adam Crick Bequest
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Bards of a Feather

Winchester Walk

Bards of a Feather
An adaptation of a talk given by Dr Timothy Hands, the Headmaster of Winchester College.
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A Winchester Walk
In 1819, the poet John Keats described Winchester as 'the pleasantest town I ever was in'.
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Collections 2019-2010 Front

Winchester College Archives

College Collections
A record of the activity of all four parts
of the College’s collection - Treasury,
the Fellows' Library, the Archives,
and Science School, in the

past year. 
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College Archives
A brief guide to the history and content of
the College Archives, written in 2001
by Dr Maurice Keen
(College, 1947-1952, Fellow 1989-2002).

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Winchester College Publication

Completed between 15th May 1922, when Viscount Grey of Fallodon laid the foundation stone, and 29th May 1924, when Arthur Duke of Connaught opened the memorial, War Cloister stands as a tribute to the vision of the Headmaster who initiated the idea, Montague Rendall, and of course to the 513 Wykehamists who fell during the Great War. In size it remains the largest private war memorial in the United Kingdom.
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Winchester College Publication


Christopher Pelling, Regius Professor of Greek in the University of Oxford between 2003 and 2015, explores the history of this post, and examines some of the many scholars who have held it, including four Wykehamists.
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Winchester College Publication

The 30 years preceding the Great War were the golden age of the public school”, comments Budge Firth in his history of  Winchester College. “There was a wave of high confidence. It all seemed too good to be true; and alas! For us, as for the other great schools, it could not permanently endure.”
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