Princess Diana's Dress Unveiled

Graeme Murton, left, and Nick Grossmark, right, art handlers for the Althorpe Estate, uncrate <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000785" title="Diana, Princess of Wales" href="/topic/human-interest/imperial-royal-matters/diana-princess-of-wales-PECLB000785.topic">Princess Diana</a>'s wedding gown which will be part of a four month exhibition at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HPR6" title="Foxwoods Resort Casino" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/tourism-leisure-industry/casino-gambling-industry/foxwoods-resort-casino-HPR6.topic">Foxwoods Resort Casino</a> starting Friday, Sept. 16th. Murton and Grossmark are the only two people in the world allowed to handle the priceless dress. The dress, along with it's 25 foot train, will be placed inside a secure glass case and will be the highlight of the exhibit which contains 150 items and 27 dresses belonging to the Princess. The Althorpe Estate is the Spencer family's ancestral home in England.

( STEPHEN DUNN, Hartford Courant / September 12, 2011 )

Graeme Murton, left, and Nick Grossmark, right, art handlers for the Althorpe Estate, uncrate Princess Diana's wedding gown which will be part of a four month exhibition at Foxwoods Resort Casino starting Friday, Sept. 16th. Murton and Grossmark are the only two people in the world allowed to handle the priceless dress. The dress, along with it's 25 foot train, will be placed inside a secure glass case and will be the highlight of the exhibit which contains 150 items and 27 dresses belonging to the Princess. The Althorpe Estate is the Spencer family's ancestral home in England.

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