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MOL'S COFFEE HOUSE. EXETER. DEVON *SOLD*

Mol's Coffee House, Exeter, Devon

Unposted

 Valentine's "Art Colour" From an original water colour by B.F.C. Parr
Corners wear, crease at top left corner
Mol's was originally built by Exeter Cathedral as a lodging for its priests. After the Reformation the priests were turfed out and the building was used as a Customs House. Later the building became a shop and in the early 18th century a coffee house. Since then the building has been used as a gallery, a jewellers and a stationers. It is now a boutique gift shop - The Collection.
 

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