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Londonderry House, c. 1900
Londonderry House, c. 1900
The library, 1920s
The library, 1920s
The main stairway (upstairs), 1920s
The main stairway (upstairs), 1920s
The drawing room, 1920s
The drawing room, 1920s
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Spencer House in St James's, London, one of the last surviving true townhouses still owned by the noble family that built it, the Spencers, although i
Spencer House in St James's, London, one of the last surviving true townhouses still owned by the noble family that built it, the Spencers, although it is now generally leased out commercially. The corresponding country house is Althorp in Northamptonshire.
The Strand front of Northumberland House in 1752 by Canaletto, the townhouse of the Dukes of Northumberland. Note the "Percy Lion" atop the central fa
The Strand front of Northumberland House in 1752 by Canaletto, the townhouse of the Dukes of Northumberland. Note the "Percy Lion" atop the central facade.
Devonshire House, Piccadilly, in 1896
Devonshire House, Piccadilly, in 1896
Leicester House on Leicester Fields, 1748
Leicester House on Leicester Fields, 1748