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1725 Georgian - House Exterior - Specific House Styles
 
1725 Georgian - House Exterior - Specific House Styles -

Image Text: Throughout the 1700's > windows are not grouped in pairs and are symmetrically placed about center door > cornice often decorated with dentils > paneled door typically capped with crown (entablature) and small horizontally placed panes of glass > pedimented window > double-hung windows (typically 9 to 12 panes per sash) muntins are wide

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