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February 14, 2017

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Sis

Thank you for sharing this adventure.So enjoyed the story of this wonderful, lucky find.Have a great time "making it yours."

brae

I saw this posted over on Greenleaf but didn't get the chance to congratulate you. It's a gorgeous house! :D

Toffeeapple

I can confirm that it was commonplace to have a brass foot-rail in any bar and they can, in fact, still be seen here in the UK.

It is a fascinating house and I shall look forward to seeing what you do to it.

Mary Lou

Fun!

Susan D

This is an absolute gem. You have chosen wisely, and I can see you will have a ton of fun with this house for years to come. Do keep us posted.

Your tapestry looks very much the same style as the one I have hanging over the fireplace in my Manderley library. Is it Polish (per writing on the back)?

David M Beach

that is so cool. Had no idea this was a thing for you

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