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Duke Square

Duke Square Gallery

Duke Square

Duke Square

Duke Square

One notices particular interests of Mr. Grey. There are many objects from the Far East and all kinds of military antiques.

Duke Square

 Filled with objects collected from his travels and years of collecting antiques, Mr. Grey’s rooms are his refuge.

Duke Square

 The top floor of Grey’s building is Mr. Grey’s private flat. Here is his warm bedroom.

Duke Square

 The other office belongs to Mrs. Pinchbeak who runs an employment office. She specializes in domestic servants and estate workers.

Duke Square

 Upstairs from the antique store are two offices. Here is the office of Constance Erickson, Estate Agent. She meets with a young couple looking to buy their first home.

Duke Square

Through the front window of Grey’s Antiques one can see both antiques from the Far East and beautiful pieces from Medieval to French Empire. Through a side door, one has a glimpse of a scene on Duke St.

Duke Square

 Mr. Peter Grey is a superb antiques dealer. His shop carries a wide range of periods and styles of furniture, art and objects.

Duke Square

 Grey’s Antiques building is on the south end of Duke Square.

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