The Dunham Massey treasures were a collection of items which had been once
owned by the Booths and the Greys of Dunham Massey and had been housed at
Dunham Massey Hall. They included the fabulous silver collected by the second
Earl of Warrington, and the fine collection of family portraits. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the collection was scattered. This is the story of how the 10th Earl returned many of these treasures to Dunham Massey.
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