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Marble Hall in Hatfield House, with its extravagant oak carving by John Bucke,  remains much as Robert Cecil, the 1st Earl of Salisbury, built it in 1611. Hertfordshire, England

Marble Hall in Hatfield House, with its extravagant oak carving by John Bucke, remains much as Robert Cecil, the 1st Earl of Salisbury, built it in 1611. Hertfordshire, England

Willoughby (Greg Wise) observes Marianne's wedding to Colonel Brandon from afar, Sense and Sensibility 1995

Willoughby (Greg Wise) observes Marianne's wedding to Colonel Brandon from afar, Sense and Sensibility 1995

"Cobble St Leading To St Marys Church in Hitchin, Hertfordshire" by Paul Taylor at PicturesofEngland.com

"Cobble St Leading To St Marys Church in Hitchin, Hertfordshire" by Paul Taylor at PicturesofEngland.com

Tower of London Poppies - the red sea was made up of 888,246 hand-crafted ceramic poppies – each planted in memory of a soldier killed in WWI.

Tower of London Poppies - the red sea was made up of 888,246 hand-crafted ceramic poppies – each planted in memory of a soldier killed in WWI.

Still one of Britain’s foremost bloodstock auctioneers, Tattersall’s Repository reigned supreme throughout the Regency period at a time when gentlemen vied with one another in being well mounted, and members of the ton drove in stylish carriages with a pair or four in hand. It was established in 1773 near Hyde Park Corner for the sale by auction of horses, carriages, hounds, harnesses, etc., via Candice Hern.

Still one of Britain’s foremost bloodstock auctioneers, Tattersall’s Repository reigned supreme throughout the Regency period at a time when gentlemen vied with one another in being well mounted, and members of the ton drove in stylish carriages with a pair or four in hand. It was established in 1773 near Hyde Park Corner for the sale by auction of horses, carriages, hounds, harnesses, etc., via Candice Hern.

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