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Crooked Tea Rooms

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 In 2005 HRH Prince Charles married Camilla at Windsor Guildhall, by Sir Christopher Wren in 1689. A warren of 1600s cobbled streets are on the right. Left is The Castle Hotel, a Hazle 15th Anniversary Event venue in 2005 with the TV ceramics and antiques expert Eric Knowles.

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Market Cross House
One-Off Prototype
With brighter colours plus more
detail such as shadowy people!
First issued in 2004 at Talents of Windsor Signing shown here
on Windsor Crooked House
Former secret tunnel to Castle like many buildings in the area which is called Guildhall Island

In 2004 collectors took over two floors for pots of tea or coffee and cookies, the treat from Hazle Ceramics before the Guided Walk round Windsor that started here. The timber-framed Market Cross House was rebuilt around 1688 as part of a butchers’ row. The lean is due to changes in 1718. In front is the stone drinking fountain for The Queen’s Silver Jubilee, 1977.

£43 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 Outside Talents of Windsor where the Walk ended and the Signing Specials were for sale.

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 By Chris and Marilyn from a Thames boat in 2007. Erected by King William I c1060, Windsor Castle has been much rebuilt and extended since. One of The Queen’s official homes and full of priceless artefacts, parts are open to the public at specified times.

 Collectors in Talents of Windsor at 2004 Signing.

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