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Cheapside Cross Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 6 pictures in our Cheapside Cross collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cheapside Cross, as it appeared in 1547, (1897). Creator: Unknown
Cheapside Cross, as it appeared in 1547, (1897). Creator: Unknown
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Ancient View of Cheapside, (1897). Creator: Unknown
Ancient View of Cheapside, (1897). Creator: Unknown
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The Demolition of Cheapside Cross, (1643), 1897. Creator: Unknown
The Demolition of Cheapside Cross, (1643), 1897. Creator: Unknown
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An Antient View of part of Cheapside, with the Cross Etc., late 18th century
An Antient View of part of Cheapside, with the Cross Etc., late 18th century
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Cheapside, Cross and Conduit, 1638, (1809)
Cheapside, Cross and Conduit, 1638, (1809)
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The destruction of Cheapside Cross and the burning of the Book of Sports, May 1643 (1903)
The destruction of Cheapside Cross and the burning of the Book of Sports, May 1643 (1903)
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Ancient View of Cheapside, (1897). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Ancient View of Cheapside, (1897). Creator: Unknown

Ancient View of Cheapside, (1897). The procession of Marie de Medici along Cheapside in the City of London, part of the French Queen's visit to King Charles I and her daughter Henrietta Maria in 1638. Here her entourage passes the Cross (centre) and the Conduit (seen on the right). The Cheapside Cross was one of the Eleanor crosses, a series of twelve stone monuments topped with tall crosses, erected between 1291 and 1294 by King Edward I in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile. The Great Conduit was a man-made underground channel which brought drinking water from the Tyburn to the City. On Cheapside there was a building where citizens could draw water. From Old and New London, Volume I, by Walter Thornbury. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1897]

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