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The entrance and wooden front doors of 973 Fifth Avenue, now owned by businessman Victor Shafferman.

The entrance and wooden front doors of 973 Fifth Avenue, now owned by businessman Victor Shafferman.

Baroque door in the Sanssouci Palace Brandenburg Germany built in 1747 for Frederick the Great

Baroque door in the Sanssouci Palace Brandenburg Germany built in 1747 for Frederick the Great

Exquisite detail of a c-scroll in a probable period Stanford White frame. Charles Courtney Curran (American, 1861-1942) The Sirens | Sale Number 2507, Lot Number 327 | Skinner Auctioneers

Exquisite detail of a c-scroll in a probable period Stanford White frame. Charles Courtney Curran (American, 1861-1942) The Sirens | Sale Number 2507, Lot Number 327 | Skinner Auctioneers

CARLETON ISLAND VILLA, Thousand Islands, NY. Door to the Villa. When built, a ferry connected Carleton Island with Cape Vincent and Kingston, via the Wolfe Island Canal, now abandoned. The main front of Carleton Villa was turned toward the ferry dock. A public right-of-way led directly to the mansion. Another reason for the location of the main entrance was access to the rest of the island. The side entry facilitated a carriage approach. Photo by Mike Franklin © 2003

CARLETON ISLAND VILLA, Thousand Islands, NY. Door to the Villa. When built, a ferry connected Carleton Island with Cape Vincent and Kingston, via the Wolfe Island Canal, now abandoned. The main front of Carleton Villa was turned toward the ferry dock. A public right-of-way led directly to the mansion. Another reason for the location of the main entrance was access to the rest of the island. The side entry facilitated a carriage approach. Photo by Mike Franklin © 2003

Drottningholm Palace, Sweden.
Interior of Chinese Pavilion built in the mid-18th century

Drottningholm Palace, Sweden. Interior of Chinese Pavilion built in the mid-18th century

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