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Bank Of England Collection

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Political Ravishment, or the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in Danger!, 1797

Political Ravishment, or the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in Danger!, 1797. Artist: Gillray, James (1757-1815)
Political Ravishment, or the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in Danger!, 1797. From a private collection

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Deficiency. - Surplus. 1836. Creator: John Doyle

Deficiency. - Surplus. 1836. Creator: John Doyle
Deficiency. - Surplus. 1836. Satirical caricature of British politicians Thomas Spring Rice, 1st Baron Monteagle of Brandon (1790-1866), Chancellor of the Exchequer, and James Pattison (1786-1849)

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Old Woman of Threadneedle Street, 1826. Artist: Standidge & Co

The Old Woman of Threadneedle Street, 1826. Artist: Standidge & Co
The Old Woman of Threadneedle Street, 1826. This is probably a protest against the Act restricting the issue of small notes by the Bank of England in 1826

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The national pop-shop in Threadneedle Street, 1826. Artist

The national pop-shop in Threadneedle Street, 1826. Artist
The national pop-shop in Threadneedle Street, 1826. Two designs side by side. On the left is the exterior of a pawnshop (representing the Bank of England) and on the right is the interior

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Royal Exchange, London, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Royal Exchange, London, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Royal Exchange, London, between c1910 and c1915

Background imageBank Of England Collection: View of the Bank of England, 1816. Creator: Daniel Havell

View of the Bank of England, 1816. Creator: Daniel Havell
View of the Bank of England, 1816

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank-Note Printing-Room, at the Bank of England, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Bank-Note Printing-Room, at the Bank of England, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Bank-Note Printing-Room, at the Bank of England [in London], 1854. The quality and the water-mark of the...paper have in the new Note (now on the point of being issued to the public)

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank-Note Paper-Mill, Laverstoke, Hants. 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Bank-Note Paper-Mill, Laverstoke, Hants. 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Bank-Note Paper-Mill, Laverstoke, Hampshire, 1854. Processing paper used for banknotes. The building, the machinery, and, indeed, the entire premises

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Het Tegenwoordig Veward Europa [Europe in Her Present Disordered State], ca. 1780. Creator: Anon

Het Tegenwoordig Veward Europa [Europe in Her Present Disordered State], ca. 1780. Creator: Anon
Het Tegenwoordig Veward Europa [Europe in Her Present Disordered State], ca. 1780

Background imageBank Of England Collection: New Reading-Room at the Bank of England, opened on Wednesday, 1850. Creator: Unknown

New Reading-Room at the Bank of England, opened on Wednesday, 1850. Creator: Unknown
New Reading-Room at the Bank of England, opened on Wednesday, 1850....a handsome reading-room, which has just been formed for the Bank of England Library and Literary Association [in London]

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Symptoms of Crim. Con!!, published February 12, 1819. Creator: Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Symptoms of Crim. Con!!, published February 12, 1819. Creator: Isaac Robert Cruikshank
Symptoms of Crim. Con!!, published February 12, 1819

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Bray's traction-engine drawing a girder...through the streets of London by night... 1862

Bray's traction-engine drawing a girder...through the streets of London by night... 1862. Creator: Unknown
Bray's traction-engine drawing a girder 74 feet long and weighing twenty tons through the streets of London by night - the monster load passing the Bank of England, 1862

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank of England and Royal Exchange, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown

The Bank of England and Royal Exchange, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown
The Bank of England and Royal Exchange, London, c1910. The Royal Exchange building was opened in 1844. Postcard

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank, 1850-1900. Creator: Unknown

The Bank, 1850-1900. Creator: Unknown
The Bank, 1850-1900. The Bank of England in the City of London. Albumen print, from the album " Views of London"

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Royal Exchange, 1850-1900. Creator: Unknown

The Royal Exchange, 1850-1900. Creator: Unknown
The Royal Exchange, 1850-1900. [Horse-drawn traffic in the financial centre of the City of London]. Albumen print, from the album " Views of London"

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Bank of England, from Mansion House, London, 1891. Creator: BW Kilburn

Bank of England, from Mansion House, London, 1891. Creator: BW Kilburn
Bank of England, from Mansion House, London, 1891. Albumen silver print, stereocard

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Portrait of Peter du Cane (1741-1823) Creators: Anton von Maron, Pompeo Batoni

Portrait of Peter du Cane (1741-1823) Creators: Anton von Maron, Pompeo Batoni
Portrait of Peter du Cane (1741-1823

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Royal Exchange and Bank buildings, in 1780, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Royal Exchange and Bank buildings, in 1780, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Royal Exchange and Bank buildings, in 1780, 1844. View of the Royal Exchange and Bank of England in the City of London. The church seen in the distance, is that of St

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The new Royal Exchange, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The new Royal Exchange, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The new Royal Exchange, 1844. View of the Royal Exchange and equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington, in the City of London. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank of England Parlour from the garden, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Bank of England Parlour from the garden, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Bank of England Parlour from the garden, 1844. View of a part of the Bank of England in the City of London. From " Pictorial Times", April 1844

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank of England Parlour, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Bank of England Parlour, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Bank of England Parlour, 1844. Bankers in the City of London:a special meeting of the proprietors of Bank Stock was held

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Governor of the Bank of England, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Governor of the Bank of England, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Governor of the Bank of England, 1844. Portrait of William Cotton, British inventor, merchant, philanthropist, and Governor of the Bank of England

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank, January 1792. January 1792. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

The Bank, January 1792. January 1792. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
The Bank, January 1792

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Old Bank of England, Looking from the Mansion House, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Old Bank of England, Looking from the Mansion House, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Old Bank of England, Looking from the Mansion House, 1890. The Old Bank of England, buit in 1886 by Sir Arthur Blomfield in grand Italianate style

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Royal Exchange and Bank of England, c1900s. Creator: Eyre & Spottiswoode

The Royal Exchange and Bank of England, c1900s. Creator: Eyre & Spottiswoode
The Royal Exchange and Bank of England, c1900s. View of the Royal Exchange, and the Bank of England on the left, with carts and open-topped buses in the foreground

Background imageBank Of England Collection: A Busy Corner - The Royal Exchange and Bank of England, 1909. Creator: Francis Frith & Co

A Busy Corner - The Royal Exchange and Bank of England, 1909. Creator: Francis Frith & Co
A Busy Corner - The Royal Exchange and Bank of England, 1909. From " The British Printer Vol. XXII". [Raithby, Lawrence & Co. Ltd, London and Leicester, 1909]

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Accession of King George V, 1910. Creator: Unknown

Accession of King George V, 1910. Creator: Unknown
Accession of King George V, 1910. Proclaiming the King from the Royal Exchange: The great crowd watching the ceremony on Monday morning

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Tivoli Corner, Sir John Soanes Masterpiece at the Bank of England, c1935. Creator: Joel

Tivoli Corner, Sir John Soanes Masterpiece at the Bank of England, c1935. Creator: Joel
Tivoli Corner, Sir John Soanes Masterpiece at the Bank of England, c1935. The Bank of England in the City of London was enlarged by Sir John Soane in 1788

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank, 1927. Creator: William Walcot

The Bank, 1927. Creator: William Walcot
The Bank, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Bank of England, c1781, (1925). Creator: Hare

Bank of England, c1781, (1925). Creator: Hare
Bank of England, c1781, (1925). View of the Bank of England in the City of London, and the churches of St Christopher-le-Stocks and St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange

Background imageBank Of England Collection: An Architectural Inspiration: The Garden Court in the Bank of England, c1935. Creator: Joel

An Architectural Inspiration: The Garden Court in the Bank of England, c1935. Creator: Joel
An Architectural Inspiration: The Garden Court in the Bank of England, c1935. Courtyard of the Bank of England in the City of London, planted with mulberry trees

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Old Bank, Looking from the Mansion House, (1897). Creator: Unknown

The Old Bank, Looking from the Mansion House, (1897). Creator: Unknown
The Old Bank, Looking from the Mansion House, (1897). The Bank of England in the City of London. The Bank of England was originally housed in rented premises

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Broad Street and Cornhill Wards, 1897. Creator: Unknown

Broad Street and Cornhill Wards, 1897. Creator: Unknown
Broad Street and Cornhill Wards, 1897. Map of part of the City of London from the mid 18th century, showing parish divisions

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Clearing House, 1897. Creator: Unknown

The Clearing House, 1897. Creator: Unknown
The Clearing House, 1897. Clerks in the Bank of England, City of London. From Old and New London, Volume I, by Walter Thornbury. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1897]

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Court of the Bank of England, 1897. Creator: Unknown

Court of the Bank of England, 1897. Creator: Unknown
Court of the Bank of England, 1897. The Bank of England moved to Threadneedle Street in the City of London in 1734. It was built by Sir John Soane between 1790 and 1827

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank Parlour, Exterior View, 1897. Creator: Unknown

The Bank Parlour, Exterior View, 1897. Creator: Unknown
The Bank Parlour, Exterior View, 1897. The Bank of England moved to Threadneedle Street in the City of London in 1734. It was built by Sir John Soane between 1790 and 1827

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Part of Modern London, Showing the Ancient Wall, 1897. Creator: Unknown

Part of Modern London, Showing the Ancient Wall, 1897. Creator: Unknown
Part of Modern London, Showing the Ancient Wall, 1897. Map of the City of London, the River Thames and the South Bank in the late 19th century

Background imageBank Of England Collection: A Perspective View of the Bank of England. c1775

A Perspective View of the Bank of England. c1775. The Banks headquarters have been on Threadneedle Street in the City of London since 1734

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Scene near the Bank, 1781, (1920). Artist: Thomas Malton I

Scene near the Bank, 1781, (1920). Artist: Thomas Malton I
Scene near the Bank, 1781, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Bank of England, City of London, 1922. Artist

Bank of England, City of London, 1922. Artist
Bank of England, City of London, 1922. Calendarium Londinense, or the London Almanack for 1923, surmounted by a view of the Bank of England, showing a street scene with vehicles

Background imageBank Of England Collection: A North Country Transfer... 1805

A North Country Transfer... 1805. Trotter, Paymaster of the Navy, leaving the Bank of England with two sacks. Abraham Newland (Chief Cashier) appears through the door

Background imageBank Of England Collection: The Bank of England, City of London, 1816. Artist: Daniel Havell

The Bank of England, City of London, 1816. Artist: Daniel Havell
The Bank of England, City of London, 1816. View with figures, horses and carriages in Threadneedle Street

Background imageBank Of England Collection: A march to the Bank, vide the Strand, Fleet Street, Cheapside &c morning & evening

A march to the Bank, vide the Strand, Fleet Street, Cheapside &c morning & evening, 1787. Bank of England guards marching in double file, trampling over the prostrate bodies of passing pedestrians

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Bank-notes - paper money - French alarmists... 1797. Artist

Bank-notes - paper money - French alarmists... 1797. Artist
Bank-notes - paper money - French alarmists... 1797. Showing the interior of the Bank of England. William Pitt is standing behind a counter

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Johnny Bull and his forged notes!!!, 1819

Johnny Bull and his forged notes!!!, 1819. In an empty shop a citizen and his family sit by a fire. In and about the fire are forged notes

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Bank of England, St Christopher-le-Stocks and St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, London, c1775

Bank of England, St Christopher-le-Stocks and St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, London, c1775
Bank of England and the churches of St Christopher-le-Stocks and St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, London, c1775. Both churches wer rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Map of the City of London, City of Westminster, River Thames, Lambeth and Southwark, 1736

Map of the City of London, City of Westminster, River Thames, Lambeth and Southwark, 1736. Top left shows two elevations of Banqueting House and Treasury

Background imageBank Of England Collection: Opening of the Royal Exchange, City of London, 1844. Artist

Opening of the Royal Exchange, City of London, 1844. Artist
Opening of the Royal Exchange, City of London, 1844. Scene of the opening of the Royal Exchange by Queen Victoria on 28th October 1844; with a mounted guard escorting a coach watched by crowds in



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