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A Palladian style wooden doll's house, of seven bays and three stories, with ballustrade and central pediment, opening in three locking sections to reveal nine rooms with side staircase, fixed hardwood interior doors, open arches and painted window panes - 49in. wide, 36½.in. high, 19in. deep, on stand, Circa 1860 (partly overpainted, some damage)

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A Palladian style wooden doll's house, of seven bays and three stories, with ballustrade and central pediment, opening in three locking sections to reveal nine rooms with side staircase, fixed hardwood interior doors, open arches and painted window panes - 49in. wide, 36½.in. high, 19in. deep, on stand, Circa 1860 (partly overpainted, some damage)

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This doll's house was modelled on Sherborne House, Newlands, Sherborne, Dorset, built for Henry Seymour Portman Esq., and designed by an architect named Bastard of Sherborne. In 1720 it was left to Francis Seymour, brother of the Duke of Somerset.
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