The 1542 Inventory of Whitehall

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The Inventory of Whitehall Palace is the earliest catalogue of objects used to furnish Henry VIII's apartments, listing over 4,000 items owned by the king and in the charge of Sir Anthony Denny, the Palace Keeper. As well as transcripts of the inventory of paintings and books, tapestries, clothing, glassware and ceramics, maps and musical instruments, these volumes examine the responsibilities of the Palace Keeper and the development of Whitehall Palace as the first permanently furnished English royal residence.

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The 1542 Inventory of Whitehall

The 1542 Inventory of Whitehall

The Palace and its Keeper (Two volumes)

Hardback642pp274x220mm

9780954791605     Product Code: 226678

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The Inventory of Whitehall Palace is the earliest catalogue of objects used to furnish Henry VIII's apartments, listing over 4,000 items owned by the king and in the charge of Sir Anthony Denny, the Palace Keeper. As well as transcripts of the inventory of paintings and books, tapestries, clothing, glassware and ceramics, maps and musical instruments, these volumes examine the responsibilities of the Palace Keeper and the development of Whitehall Palace as the first permanently furnished English royal residence.

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