The South West Prospect of the Parsonage of Hambleden, Bucks. 1752.
Scarce engraving. 280 x 411mm (11 x 16¼"). Cut; slight fold down centre of image. Small hole repairs in title area.
A view of Kendricks, Hambleden. Later additions, include ball finials aligned with the giant pilasters, this was done in 1724 as the rectory for the Reverend Scawen Kendrick. Prior to this the property belonged to Philadelphia Carey Lady Scrope, a cousing and Lady-In-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. It ceased to be a rectory in 1938 and was acquired by the 3rd Viscount Hambleden and renamed Kendricks.
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