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A small, rosewood veneered box with the rare view of Romanoff House School to the lid. Some 130mm wide this sizeable gauge work view dominates the pin-hinged lid. 

Circa 1845

Romanoff House School was established by Thomas Allfree in London Road, Tunbridge Wells in the 1830's and was financed by a lifetime pension that Allfree received from the Romanoff family, for whom he had been a private tutor in Russia.

Romanoff School eventually became Rose Hill School in different premises and the building featured on the box became residential and known as Vale Towers.

Dimensions

W 17.5cm D 11cm H 4.5cm


Stock number

W5967

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