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Beaudesert Park Staffordshire Neale antique engraving

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Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire


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Original antique topographical print


From Neale's "The Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen", London, c.1820-25. Beaudesert was a stately home on the eastern edge of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire. It was one of the family seats of the Paget family _ the Marquesses of Anglesey. The estate was broken up by the 6th Marquess of Anglesey in 1936 due to financial difficulties; as a result of the estate sale, much of the fine timber and woodland was felled and the land sold. The house was demolished. Some of the furnishings of the house, including oak panelling and a staircase, were bought by Edward and Ursula Hayward and used to furnish their home at Carrick Hill in Adelaide, South Australia. Light crease to bottom left hand corner.

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artist After John Preston Neale
method Steel-engraving
date C1820
size 120mm by 190mm (sheet)
SKU VW1870