MUNROE TAVERN
Located in Lexington, MA
REVOLUTIONARY WAR LANDMARK

HEIGHT = 5 3/8 inches

WIDTH = 8 5/8 inches


VALUE = $2,000 - $2,250


Built in the early 1700's, the tavern is named for William Munroe, a sergeant in the minute men.
In begining of the Revolutionary War, after shots were fired on the Lexington green, the Minutemen retreated.
The British then set-up headquarters for Brigadier General Earl Percy and his one thousand reinforcements in this tavern.
The British only held this tavern for one and one-half hours until the Americans regrouped and chased them all the wayt back to Boston.

Click On DETAIL 1 on Left --- Shows the Real Life House.