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Philip Mould will offer art and antiques enthusiasts guided tours of his home. during this period of social distancing.

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Starting daily from Tuesday March 24 at 4pm the London dealer launches a series of online live tours, not from his Pall Mall premises but from Duck End, his country house, showcasing top items from his collection. He will tell the stories behind some of his favourite works starting with a portrait of Colonel William Cope (1612-1691), the first resident of Duck End, by Robert Walker.

It will be accessible via Instagram and Facebook Live stream and further details are set to be available via the dealership’s website and social media pages.

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The first subject of Philip Mould's daily tour is this portrait of Colonel William Cope by Robert Walker.

Mould is known for his appearances on BBC’s Antiques Roadshow and Fake or Fortune as well as his London gallery.

He is among the many dealers who have shut their premises and are looking to online technology to interact with buyers and potential clients.

For more information on changes to the upcoming schedule of auctions and fairs click here and see ATG2435.