Lymore, The Seat of the Earl of Powis
Country Life magazine dated March 7th 1908 featuring a main article on Lymore House in Mongomeryshire, The Seat of The Earl of Powis. A seven page write up on the history of the half timbered house with many black and white illustrations of the exterior and interior, grounds and gardens. Lymore was built by Baron Edward Herbert in about 1675. The house was demolished in 1931. A valuable issue containing images of the house as it once stood with photographs of the gallery and staircase, interior panelling and the old garden. This issue is in very good condition with a lovely portrait frontispiece of Lady Oxmantown and her son.
Publish Date: 7th March 1908
Illustrator: Country Life