Moon shots and miniatures lead extraordinary contents sale

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The drawing room at Oxmantown
In 1857, in what we would now call his gap year, a 20-year-old American, Henry Draper, arrived at Birr Castle where the third Earl of Rosse had erected the world’s largest telescope, the 72-inch Leviathan.

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