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A complex series of listings in York comprises the 15th-century Guildhall and 18th-century Mansion House, both listed at Grade I in 1954, and the late 19th-century Grade II Municipal Offices. Image source, Charging for certainty, in Context 146 published in September 2016 by The Institute of Historic Building Conservation. Copyright Historic England. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/146/#44
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