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PRINT BY: A Walker
AFTER/ARTIST: J Donowell
DATE: mid C18
METHOD: Line engraving
IMAGE SIZE: 12.5 inches by 9.0 inches image area
NOTES: ‘An Elevation, Plan and History of the Royal Exchange of London’, this facade towards Threadneedle Street. An interesting print for those curious about the business life of old London, the Royal Exchange was a centre for trade and insurance. The original Exchange was burnt down in the Great Fire. This print shows the replacement, which in turn was burnt down in 1838. The print is from one of the general histories, possibly Stowe’s London. It has the number ‘183’ inked on it in an old hand.
CONDITION: Good, laid paper. As a book page, it is trimmed tight to the image area, but good margins to top and bottom. The RH margin has some small tears from the sewing.
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