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Turing's Paper fit Waverley Criteria

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The Alan Turing papers for sale at Christie's next week fit the Waverley criteria as listed on the DCMS web site.


Department for Culture, Media and Sport
The Waverley criteria

Is it so closely connected with our history and national life that its departure would be a misfortune?

Is it of outstanding aesthetic importance?

Is it of outstanding significance for the study of some particular branch of art, learning or history?


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