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Could you be the next Lord of the Manor of Wales?

The historic title of Lord of the Manor of Wales will go under the hammer later this month.

It can be traced back the 11th century when it was mentioned in the Domesday Book and it is expected to sell for thousands of pounds.

The title has been put up for sale after it was bequeathed to a man in north Wales following the death of Lady Marcia Amelia Lane-Fox in 2013.

Paul Fosh of Newport-based Fosh Auctions, who will sell the title, spoke to Felicity Evans on BBC Radio Wales.

  • 14 Jul 2014
  • From the section Wales
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