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An historic country mansion that bears the signature of Henry VIII's doomed second wife Anne Boleyn etched into a window pane has gone up for sale for £3.5 million.<br />
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It is rumoured that during Henry's seven-year pursuit of Anne the pair danced together in the magnificent stone Great Hall at Yaldham Manor, near Sevenoaks in Kent.<br />
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Anne's scratchy signature remains on the original diamond-shaped glass to this day, beneath the crests of the Peckham family.<br />
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The manor, set in 30 acres, is now on sale with Strutt and Parker estate agents for £3.5 million.