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9 Church Street· Modbury
Devon · PL21 0QW
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9 Church Street · Modbury · Devon · PL21 0QW · UK
Established in 1988, is owned and run by David Smith. The Gallery forms part of a Victorian building which is situated in the historic town of Modbury. This picturesque market town was the site of two of the English Civil War battles in 1642 and 1643. It was also home to Sir Walter Raleigh's family and the Stetson's (of large hat fame).

The Gallery

Specializing in antique prints from the 16th to the late 19th and early 20th century we hold an extensive stock which is regularly updated.
We also provide a quality picture framing service and can frame any print to your requirements.

Our policy is one of encouraging personal contact, so if you have a question that our site cannot answer,
then please call David on +44(0)1548 830872.

Alternatively you are most welcome to visit, use the interactive map below to see the location of the gallery.

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