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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...
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 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
An Alladin's cave and all yours for a price !
Highlights from games 6 to 8 of the 2011/12 Championship Season, taken from The Football League Show (© BBC). The Football League Show is on every Saturday evening at around 11:45pm. Highlights taken from games against West Ham, Hull and Blackpool
Antiques Road Trip [BBC] 27 September 2017 Episode 3 Antiques Road Trip Series 15 Episode 3 of 20 The third trip for experts Kate Bliss and Paul Laidlaw sees them do battle in the antiques emporia of the south coast before an auction in Windsor. Paul plans to crush his opponent's lead with a tank but Kate fights back with a mechanical penguin. Kate visits Portsmouth to find out about a decisive naval confrontation while Paul heads to Southampton to discover how Britain's landscape has been mapped for generations. An exciting auction in Windsor makes this a close-run race - who will come out on top? Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/wwMJtM Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #
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
Visitor numbers to some of Portsmouth's key museums are down by 20%. Southsea Castle, Portsmouth City Museum and the Royal Marines museum, which are administered by the council are among those affected. But the authorities say the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard as well as sites across Hampshire have been hit by the decline in visitors. So what's it all down to? April Brown reports.
(Scenes cut) My Ex-Leicester City Police 105E taking part in Celebrity Antiques Roadtrip, driven by David Gower. Filming took place over 3 days in May 2017. "England cricket legend David Gower and his friend TV presenter Nick Hancock tour Hampshire to find curios and collectables to take to auction in Sidcup. Charlie Ross and Phil Serrell ably assist. Charlie takes David to Portsmouth to board HMS Warrior - the ultimate demonstration of Britain's industrial might and naval power. Nick and Phil pause the search for antiques to hunt for brown trout, leaving them with red faces and wet trousers. But, will it be a 19th century camera or a 18th Century style ship's head that will win the day? " Full episode here:https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b09hljdn/celebrity-antiques-road-trip-serie...
INFO: http://www.SDARealEstate.com 603.433.6688 Sandy Domina Associates | Gorgeous river views and dock access from this turn-key twin chimney colonial in the Historic South End. Magnificently restored fireplaces everywhere! Extra bedrooms on third floor. Warm, welcoming, this olde towne home comes with expansion plans and variance included in sale. Across from new River Walk.
After over a century on a Southsea shopping parade, a family antiques business that's been going for three generations has closed its doors for the final time this week. Charlotte Briere-Edney went down to their former offices to find out more.
Gregg Dietrich, Portsmouth Abbey Class of 1974, has been a respected figure in the art world for more than 25 years. He has studied, catalogued, valued, and sold thousands of pieces of maritime art, including: paintings, ship models, prints, vintage and period photographs, instruments and other nautical collectibles. As a maritime art and antiques specialist, Gregg has managed two galleries, formed a partnership and founded his own maritime gallery, and went from a consulting position at Christie's to a Vice President and Senior Specialist in the Maritime department, specializing in Maritime, Ocean Liner, Naval and Engineering Works of Art. As a collector, art and naval historian, and a world-class sailing competitor, Gregg has developed a reputation as one of the foremost specialists in t...
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.
Portsmouth Dockyard, June 30th., 2015. A visit to H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth (U.K.), photos including a Harbour Tour Boat Trip, showing various Dockyard Views & Royal Naval Ships in harbour, the Spinnaker Tower (being painted in the new blue), Gunwharf Shopping Centre, Old Portsmouth & onboard H.M.S. Warrior, etc.
This is one piece of group work I was apart of for my first year at uni. This is the piece i'm most proud of from my first year. It was a lovely project to be apart of; the shop was amazing and the people involved with this project were also amazing. I had so much fun making this. Enjoy! :) This is 1 out of 12 projects from the Island City Stories project. To check the rest out visit: http://www.islandcitystories.co.uk Island City Stories is a collaborative project between students and staff in The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) and local independent businesses and community groups in Portsmouth.
http://www.amighini.com . Designer Kelly Giesen takes us through her Upper West Side home, which gives reclaimed materials a higher (re)purpose. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom home was remodeled using almost exclusively reclaimed and repurposed materials, making this home the recycling-fanatic's dream.
Transferred from vhs tape, home video 1991