Sezincote House (Part 1), the Seat of Colonel A. Dugdale

Original issue of Country Life magazine dated May 13th 1939 featuring a main illustrated article on Sezincote House in Gloucestershire, the seat of Colonel A. Dugdale (Part 1). A house designed by Samuel Pepys Cockerell in 1805 with the help of Repton, a fine example of Neo-Mughal architecture. This issue containing a five page write up including black and white illustrations of the exterior of the house, the grounds and outbuildings, including the Indian stable and farmyard. This magazine is in very good condition with a portrait frontispiece of Lady Elizabeth Paget.

Publish Date: 13th May 1939

County: Gloucestershire

Illustrator: Country Life


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