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The Countess of Arundel's Dutch Pranketing Room: ‘An Inventory of all the Parcells or Purselin, glasses and other Goods now remayning in the Pranketing Roome at Tart Hall, 8<sup>th</sup> Sept 1641’

Juliet Claxton

in Journal of the History of Collections

Volume 22, issue 2, pages 187-196
Published in print November 2010 | ISSN: 0954-6650
Published online August 2009 | e-ISSN: 1477-8564 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhc/fhp035
The Countess of Arundel's Dutch Pranketing Room: ‘An Inventory of all the Parcells or Purselin, glasses and other Goods now remayning in the Pranketing Roome at Tart Hall, 8th Sept 1641’

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When the Countess of Arundel (c.1582-1654) left England in 1641 she commissioned an inventory of the contents of Tart Hall, her home on the margins of St James’s, which included a chamber known as the Dutch Pranketing Room. The complete text of ‘An Inventory of all the Parcells or Purselin, glasses and other Goods now remayning in the Pranketing Roome at Tart Hall’, is reproduced in the supplementary material relating to this article, available at http://www.jhc.oxfordjournals.org. The original manuscript is located in the archives of Arundel Castle and this transcription is published by kind permission of His Grace, the Duke of Norfolk.

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Subjects: Exhibition Catalogues and Specific Collections ; History of Art ; Social and Cultural History

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