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In 1995, a plaster ceiling cut into two pieces was rediscovered in the Castle Museum during alterations. It is probably the one referred to in the Castle Museum's Annual Report 1930-31 <1> <2> which says "plaster ceiling and wall ornaments from 10 Maidenburgh Street, c1600, divided into panels intersecting ribs with foliated bosses and terminals". The moulding projects about two inches from the surface of the plaster. Stylised floral motifs and Tudor rose bosses are joined together by ribs.<3>
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