Charing Cross and Northumberland House from Spring Gardens: 18th century
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40cm
actual image size: 30cm x 22cm

Charing Cross and Northumberland House from Spring Gardens: 18th century

British School

© Museum of London

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View shows Northumberland House in the centre with its turrets with lead cupolas and Percy Lion above parapet of frontispiece. The monument on the right is the bronze equestrian statue of Charles I. Among the shops seen are: jewellers, instrument makers, hosiers, trunkmakers and saddlers. The sign of the Golden Cross Inn appears on the left. Its yard was one of the principal starting points for mail coach services.
 

Artist/Photographer/Maker

 

Date

1776 AD - 1800 AD
 

Image Number

001700
 

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