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The Grand Tour of Europe became a rite in the 18th century, when privileged young Englishmen set off with tutors in tow. Their souvenirs weren’t sentimental; they were proof of cultural sophistication. Of course, in the Jet Age, we’re more likely to cart home designer shoes. But these pieces—antique prints and maps, bisque or bronze busts, jasperware, 19th-century lyre-back chairs and Aubusson pillows—bring back the grace of slower days of discovery.