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Cornhill, seen here from the west with the old Royal Exchange is a one of London's oldest thoroughfares and here is a hive of activity. On the right at number 16 are the tailors, Allison, Knight and Co.  and the offices of the Royal Exchange Life Assurance loom large. The streets are teeming with fashionably- dressed shoppers and bustling carriages and on the left a hat seller advertises his wares.  

Thomas Hosmer Shepherd


The late Royal Exchange and Cornill, Thomas Hosmer Shepherd - Antique Print

SKU: 1176
  • Image Number: 1176
    Title: The late Royal Exchange and Cornhill

    Artist: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd

    Engraver: John Woods (fl. 1835-1855)

    Date: 1837-8

    Medium: Steel engraving on paper with later hand colour

    Publisher: Published in parts by London: Orr,  as John Woods’ History of London : Illustrated by Views,  1837-8.

    Framed size (h x w): 298 x 298mm


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