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Rebecca - Manderley - Library

Rebecca - Manderley

Rebecca - Manderley - Dining Room

Rebecca - Manderley - photo of the Boathouse Cottage set

The Library fireplace at Manderley.

Manderley (Rebecca)

Rebecca- Manderley

Manderley - Rebecca's Room

"Rebecca" - Manderley estate - Rebecca's cottage



One of several libraries in Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England

Antique print of Menabilly, Cornwall - the inspiration for Manderley in the novel Rebecca (from antique-prints-maps.com)

Library at Manderley from the movie Rebecca.

Library at Highclere/Downton

Downton Abbey Library Highclere Castle

Celebrity Home Libraries -This is Brook Astor's red-lacquered library, designed for her Park Avenue apartment by Albert Hadley. It is apparently a very famous room among interior designers

Beatrix Potter, last page of a letter she wrote, March 11, 1892. Morgan Library

Manderley (Rebecca) - “The one exterior view of the house was actually a miniature built on a table and then blown up to appear as an imposing mansion.” -Architectural Digest

From movie set of "Rebecca"

The library at Wrotham Park in Hertfordshire, England. The house was built in 1754 but was gutted by fire in 1887 and rebuilt to the original. The film Gosford Park and the series Jeeves and Wooster (Aunt Dahlia's Brinkley Court) were among several projects filmed there. It is still occupied by the descendants of the family that built it.