British Treasurer’s House Vintage Travel Poster for ‘York’ by Shep, 1954
This advertisement was meant for Travel agencies across North America (NY, Chi, Toronto, etc.)
The Treasurer’s House is in York, North Yorkshire, England. It’s a Grade I listed historic house owned by the National Trust who also maintain its garden.
The first Treasurer for York Minster was appointed here in 1091, but all that remains of his original house is an external wall which forms part of Grays Court and sections of 12th-century masonry in the present Treasurer’s House.
he house was restored to its present state by Frank Green, a wealthy local industrialist, who between 1897 and 1898 bought each part of the house.
In 1930, Frank Green donated the house to the National Trust. This house was built over the main Roman roads leading out of Roman York.
Pictured is the Grand Hallway in the Treasurer’s House, with a gorgeous Candle-Lit chandelier hanging from the ceiling. You can see the gorgeous painting of the Original Treasurer hanging on the wall.
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