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      One of the most impressive squares in London, Bedford Square was originally laid out in 1775-6 and, until World War II, the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals.

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      One of the most impressive squares in London, Bedford Square was originally laid out in 1775-6 and, until World War II, the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals.


      The original of this paper was saved from a property in the Square, and is of a design typical of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

      One of the most impressive squares in London, Bedford Square was originally laid out in 1775-6 and, until World War II, the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals.


      The original of this paper was saved from a property in the Square, and is of a design typical of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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      CollectionLondon Wallpaper 
      Repeat40cm / 15.5ins
      Roll Length10.05m (11 yds)
      Roll Width52cm (20 1/2ins)
      WashabilitySpongeable
      MPNLarimar








      ApplicationPaste the Paper



      One of the most impressive squares in London, Bedford Square was originally laid out in 1775-6 and, until World War II, the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals.

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