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Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The great gallery, Stafford House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The great gallery, Stafford House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The great gallery, Stafford House, 1908. Charles Dickens mentions the private collection of paintings at Stafford House, near St James?s Palace

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Burlington House, Piccadilly, early 18th century, (1908). Artist: Johannes Kip

Burlington House, Piccadilly, early 18th century, (1908). Artist: Johannes Kip
Burlington House, Piccadilly, early 18th century, (1908). The buildings today house the Royal Academy of Arts. A print from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The grand staircase, Dorchester House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The grand staircase, Dorchester House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The grand staircase, Dorchester House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King Henry III, (1786). Artist: John Goldar

King Henry III, (1786). Artist: John Goldar
King Henry III, (1786). Portrait of Henry (1207-1272) from the monument in Westminster Abbey

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The great hall, Stafford House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The great hall, Stafford House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The great hall, Stafford House, 1908. Charles Dickens mentions the private collection of paintings at Stafford House, near St James?s Palace

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Spencer House, St James, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

Spencer House, St James, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
Spencer House, St James, 1908. The west front of the house which was designed by Joh Vardy for John, 1st Earl Spencer, in 1756

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Portman House, Portman Square, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

Portman House, Portman Square, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
Portman House, Portman Square, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The drawing-room, Montagu House, 1908. Artist: J Russell & Sons

The drawing-room, Montagu House, 1908. Artist: J Russell & Sons
The drawing-room, Montagu House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The saloon, Montagu House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The saloon, Montagu House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The saloon, Montagu House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The grand staircase, Londonderry House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The grand staircase, Londonderry House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The grand staircase, Londonderry House, 1908. The house was the London residence of the Marquesses of Londonderry until its demolition in 1965

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The drawing-room, Grosvenor House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The drawing-room, Grosvenor House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The drawing-room, Grosvenor House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The dining room, Dorchester House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The dining room, Dorchester House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The dining room, Dorchester House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The ballroom, Devonshire House, 1908. Artist: J Russell & Sons

The ballroom, Devonshire House, 1908. Artist: J Russell & Sons
The ballroom, Devonshire House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The library, Chesterfield House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The library, Chesterfield House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The library, Chesterfield House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The drawing room, Chesterfield House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The drawing room, Chesterfield House, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
The drawing room, Chesterfield House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The Great Hall, Bridgewater House, 1908. Artist: HN King

The Great Hall, Bridgewater House, 1908. Artist: HN King
The Great Hall, Bridgewater House, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The Piccadilly Room, Apsley House, 1908. Artist: HN King

The Piccadilly Room, Apsley House, 1908. Artist: HN King
The Piccadilly Room, Apsley House, 1908. Apsley House, known as No 1, London, was the home of the Duke of Wellington. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: The Waterloo Chamber, Apsley House, 1908. Artist: HN King

The Waterloo Chamber, Apsley House, 1908. Artist: HN King
The Waterloo Chamber, Apsley House, 1908. Apsley House, known as No 1, London, was the home of the Duke of Wellington. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Carrington House, Whitehall, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

Carrington House, Whitehall, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
Carrington House, Whitehall, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: View of Whitehall from St Jamess Park, 17th-18th century, (1908)

View of Whitehall from St Jamess Park, 17th-18th century, (1908). A print from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Marlborough House from the south-west, 17th century, (1908). Artist: John Harris

Marlborough House from the south-west, 17th century, (1908). Artist: John Harris
Marlborough House from the south-west, 17th century, (1908). Marlborough House was originally built for the first Duke of Marlborough by Sir Christopher Wren in 1709-1711

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Leicester House, Leicester Fields, 18th century, (1908)

Leicester House, Leicester Fields, 18th century, (1908). The house, built in the 17th century, was at one time home to Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-1751)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 18th century, (1908)

Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 18th century, (1908). The house was purchased in 1754 as the first home of the British Museum and in 1757 the gardens were opened to the public

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Clarendon House, Piccadilly, 17th century, (1908)

Clarendon House, Piccadilly, 17th century, (1908). The house, also known as Albemarle House, was built during the reign of Charles II by Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Northumberland House, Charing Cross, 18th century, (1908)

Northumberland House, Charing Cross, 18th century, (1908). The statue by Hubert le Sueur of Charles I on horseback, right, is still there today, facing down Whitehall

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Arundel House, Strand, 17th century, (1908)

Arundel House, Strand, 17th century, (1908). In the Middle Ages Arundel House was the town house of the Bishops of Bath and Wells

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Ely House, afterwards Hatton House, Holborn, 18th century, (1908). Artist: R Godfrey

Ely House, afterwards Hatton House, Holborn, 18th century, (1908). Artist: R Godfrey
Ely House, afterwards Hatton House, Holborn, 18th century, (1908). A print from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Lord Shaftbury House, Aldersgate Street, 1908

Lord Shaftbury House, Aldersgate Street, 1908. The London house of Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 2nd Earl of Shaftesbury. A print from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Chesterfield House, Mayfair, London, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

Chesterfield House, Mayfair, London, 1908. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
Chesterfield House, Mayfair, London, 1908. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Edward VI of England

Edward VI of England. Portrait of Edward (1537-1553), son of Henry VIII, who died young

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III of England, (18th century). Artist: George Vertue

Richard III of England, (18th century). Artist: George Vertue
Richard III of England, (18th century). Portrait of Richard (1452-1485)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III of England, (1786). Artist: John Goldar

Richard III of England, (1786). Artist: John Goldar
Richard III of England, (1786). Portrait of Richard (1452-1485)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III of England, (18th century). Artist: Reynolds Grignion

Richard III of England, (18th century). Artist: Reynolds Grignion
Richard III of England, (18th century). Portrait of Richard (1452-1485)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III of England

Richard III of England. Portrait of Richard (1452-1485)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III of England, (17th century). Artist: P Vanderbanck

Richard III of England, (17th century). Artist: P Vanderbanck
Richard III of England, (17th century). Portrait of Richard (1452-1485)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III and Edward IV

Richard III and Edward IV. Portrait of Richard (1452-1485) and Edward IV (1442-1483)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England

King William II of England. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: Richard III of England, (1799). Artist: J Chapman

Richard III of England, (1799). Artist: J Chapman
Richard III of England, (1799). Portrait of Richard (1452-1485)

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II

King William II of England. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England

King William II of England. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England. Artist: Pass

King William II of England. Artist: Pass
King William II of England. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England, (1803). Artist: J Chapman

King William II of England, (1803). Artist: J Chapman
King William II of England, (1803). Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II. Artist: Robert Peake

King William II. Artist: Robert Peake
King William II. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II. Artist: J Chapman

King William II. Artist: J Chapman
King William II. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England, (1788). Artist: J Collyer

King William II of England, (1788). Artist: J Collyer
King William II of England, (1788). Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England, (1786). Artist: John Goldar

King William II of England, (1786). Artist: John Goldar
King William II of England, (1786). Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: King William II of England

King William II of England. Portrait of William Rufus (1056-1100), son of William the Conqueror

Background imageImages Dated 16th December 2006: James II of England, (18th century). Artist: Reynolds Grignion

James II of England, (18th century). Artist: Reynolds Grignion
James II of England, (18th century). Portrait of James (1633-1701), the second surviving son of King Charles I, who became king on the death of his brother, Charles II



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