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Antiques Roadshow S39E08
http://www.PaulMcInnis.com - This property is to be sold via a Sealed Bid Auction. Bids due my mail, e-mail, or fax to Auctioneers office on Thursday, March 25th, 2010 by 5:00 p.m. The Henry Sherburne House, recognized for its dignity and classic proportions, is located at 62 Deer Street in the heart of downtown Portsmouths Hill District. This four-level, circa 1725, 4,500± square foot high-style Georgian home has been historically restored to its early 1800s interpretation, as well as updated to meet all of todays expected amenities. Original architectural and decorative features along with many modern interpretations have been blended and carefully executed. This property was renovated for use as a residence and antique gallery, but could easily be adapted to many other uses allowed...
enjoy my really crappy video from inside brunel house in portsmouth :') i'm not a videographer/ editor. photos - www.connorhicks.co.uk/brunel-house-portsmouth-rooftop/
Run VT! A sample collection from my antique range. By antique im reffering to the filter used on the photographs. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch, laugh and then try this at home kids! "DESTINY: RAID TEAM TROLLED AT SIEGE ENGINE // WRATH OF THE MACHINE // FAKE ACHIEVEMENT RAID TROLL" - A must try on your next raid! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oa5YdeMqfqo -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
This is a time-lapse piece I created in the first semester of my third year at university. Massive thanks to Parmiters Antiques, Bored of Southsea and The Registry for giving me access to shoot in their fantastic shops and bars. Music: Explosions in the Sky- Postcard from 1952
Thousands of people descend on Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard for the Victorian Festival of Christmas, where the Dockyard is transformed into a wonderland of Victorian Characters and entertainment around the Christmas market. Our reporter Shan Robins went along to find out more
It's not easy for an art lover to part with prized paintings. But after owning them for half a century, a former Southsea antiques dealer is now putting his collection of Portsmouth watercolours on sale. Nicole Ris reports.