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One day at the beginning of 1972 I drove down Motcomb Street and as they say, the sun was shining and even if the birds weren't singing, one remembered the joy of Lord Berners dyed doves at Farringdon and of course Elgar's 'Enigma Variations' was on the car radio. I noticed renovations, new paint and a 'For Sale' notice advertising a lease in Halkin Arcade just off Motcomb Street.Whether it was Mr Marsh and Parsons or Mr Knight Frank, before he said goodbye to Rutley, I cannot remember, but I had certainly caught the art bug twenty five years before and during the time that followed I built up a small collection of Modern British and a decent small library of relevant books. Little did I think then that I would only be there til the end of the next year before moving 100 yards to Motcomb Street for the next twenty seven years until the end of the lease...