What's the last date I can post this to to arrive in time for Christmas? http://xvideos.doctor/ xvide Browne started his collecting life with stamps, ‘like all children’, but in his case it was a passion that continued and developed. He travelled all over the world with his parents – his father worked for Anglo-Persian Oil, which later became British Petroleum – and bought Persian miniatures in Isfahan at the beginning of the 1960s. But his interest in contemporary art also surfaced early on, when he paid ‘all the money I had to buy a small David Hockney from a dealer in Paddington’. Browne still has his stamp albums and confesses that he is ‘terrible about selling things, I buy and keep them’. Elements of his collections can be found throughout the main house, which has a snug of a drawing room and a dining room on the ground floor, with a conservatory and a living room on the first floor and a bedroom and a bathroom above that. The kitchen is in the basement.
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