Engraving, "Lees Court"

Object Type
Artwork/Print/Engraving
Date Used
Mid 19th Century
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Brief Description
Engraving of Lees Court, a stately home near Faversham in Kent, built in 1652 in a Palladian style. The image shows two sides of the two-storey building, which has a row of pilasters running along one side, and heavy entablature encircling the roof. On the right is a large tree, and in front of the house, a group of men wearing hats are preparing to play cricket. The title is printed below the image, reads, "LEES COURT / The Right Honble Lord Sondes, contributes this Plate".
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0 - Whole: H: 186 W: 239mm (H: 7 5/16 W: 9 7/16")
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Date Used
Mid 19th Century
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Location
In storage
Registration No
M8552

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