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Commodity Exchange Collection

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Market Hall, Sudbury, c1850, (1943). Creator: Walker

Market Hall, Sudbury, c1850, (1943). Creator: Walker
Market Hall, Sudbury, c1850, (1943). View of Market Hill, with St Peters Church, and the Corn Exchange (right), built in 1841, in the town of Sudbury, Suffolk

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Guildford, c1910

Guildford, c1910. The Corn Exchange. Agriculture, Breweries. Population, 24, 920. Card from a game containing views of the chief towns in each county, their products & notable buildings etc

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: A.H. Wiggin & J.P. Morgan, 25 Oct 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

A.H. Wiggin & J.P. Morgan, 25 Oct 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
A.H. Wiggin & J.P. Morgan, 25 Oct 1917. Shows (left to right) Albert H. Wiggin, president of Chase Manhattan Bank; financier J.P. Morgan, and Walter E

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Opening of the new Corn Exchange at Aylesbury, 1865. Creator: C. R

Opening of the new Corn Exchange at Aylesbury, 1865. Creator: C. R
Opening of the new Corn Exchange at Aylesbury, 1865. The ceremony of opening the new Corn Exchange and Market-hall in the thriving town of Aylesbury took place on Wednesday week - the Right Hon

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Corn Exchange, Bristol, Printed 1849 circa. Creator: Hugh Owen

Corn Exchange, Bristol, Printed 1849 circa. Creator: Hugh Owen
Corn Exchange, Bristol, Printed 1849 circa

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Fareham Institution Hall and Corn Exchange, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Fareham Institution Hall and Corn Exchange, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Fareham Institution Hall and Corn Exchange, 1860. This building, which has just been completed and opened to the public, forms a point of interest not only to the town to which it is an ornament

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Design for painting in the Berlage stock exchange: De Handel, 1878-1938

Design for painting in the Berlage stock exchange: De Handel, 1878-1938. Creator: Richard Roland Holst
Design for painting in the Berlage stock exchange: De Handel, 1878-1938

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Opening of the New Corn Exchange, at Hull, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Opening of the New Corn Exchange, at Hull, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Opening of the New Corn Exchange, at Hull, 1856. The centre part [of the building] is the magnificent Exchange-hall, 160 feet long by 45 wide

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Grain trader Johan Eymer in front of the Corn Exchange in Amsterdam, 1774-1833. Creator: Jacob Smies

Grain trader Johan Eymer in front of the Corn Exchange in Amsterdam, 1774-1833. Creator: Jacob Smies
Grain trader Johan Eymer in front of the Corn Exchange in Amsterdam, 1774-1833. Johan Eymer (1757-1830) with games stick, pipe and wine glass

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Boston Election - Meeting in the Corn Exchange, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Boston Election - Meeting in the Corn Exchange, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Boston Election - Meeting in the Corn Exchange, 1856. Long before the hour announced for the meeting the immense hail was crowded by an enthusiastic assemblage

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Produce Exchange, Toledo, between 1880 and 1901. Creator: Unknown

Produce Exchange, Toledo, between 1880 and 1901. Creator: Unknown
Produce Exchange, Toledo, between 1880 and 1901

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Demolition of the Halle aux bles (wheat exchange), 1888. Creator: Henri Ferdinand Bellan

Demolition of the Halle aux bles (wheat exchange), 1888. Creator: Henri Ferdinand Bellan
Demolition of the Halle aux bles (wheat exchange), 1888

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: The Scots Greys leaving Nottingham for the War in the East, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Scots Greys leaving Nottingham for the War in the East, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Scots Greys leaving Nottingham for the War in the East, 1854. British troops leaving for the Crimean War: The Mayor...having arranged to bid the troops a public farewell...the Corporation

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Interior view of the former Halle au Ble, in 1886. Creator: Emmanuel Lansyer

Interior view of the former Halle au Ble, in 1886. Creator: Emmanuel Lansyer
Interior view of the former Halle au Ble, in 1886

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: New Corn Exchange at Ipswich, 1850. Creator: Unknown

New Corn Exchange at Ipswich, 1850. Creator: Unknown
New Corn Exchange at Ipswich, [in Suffolk], 1850. The opening of this building was celebrated...by a public dinner, to which about one hundred of the gentry, tradesmen

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Interior of the New Corn Exchange, Nottingham, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Interior of the New Corn Exchange, Nottingham, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Interior of the New Corn Exchange, Nottingham, 1850....Nottingham has just received an important addition to its public buildings, by the erection of a Corn Exchange, from the design of Mr. T. C

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: The Old Market-House, at Ashburton, Devon, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Old Market-House, at Ashburton, Devon, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Old Market-House, at Ashburton, Devon, 1850. The ancient Market-house...appears to have been erected in the fourteenth century...and the date of the charter as granted in 1310

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: The Corn Exchange and Market Hall, just erected at Lichfield, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Corn Exchange and Market Hall, just erected at Lichfield, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Corn Exchange and Market Hall, just erected at Lichfield, [Staffordshire], 1850. In 1848, the present Mayor of Lichfield formed the project of a Corn Exchange and Market Hall

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: The Preston Guild Festival: costume ball in the Guild Assembly Room, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Preston Guild Festival: costume ball in the Guild Assembly Room, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Preston Guild Festival: costume ball in the Guild Assembly Room, 1862. The ball took place on Friday in the fine centre hall of the Corn Exchange, which was tastefully fitted up for the occasion

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: La Halle aux Bles, Exterior View, ca. 1810. Creator

La Halle aux Bles, Exterior View, ca. 1810. Creator
La Halle aux Bles, Exterior View, ca. 1810

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: La Halle aux Bles, Interior View, ca. 1810. Creator

La Halle aux Bles, Interior View, ca. 1810. Creator
La Halle aux Bles, Interior View, ca. 1810

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: View of Liskard, Cornwall, from Views in Cornwall, April 12, 1812

View of Liskard, Cornwall, from Views in Cornwall, April 12, 1812
View of Liskard, Cornwall, from " Views in Cornwall", April 12, 1812

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Pat Metheny, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridgeshire, 2000. Creator: Brian Foskett

Pat Metheny, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridgeshire, 2000. Creator: Brian Foskett
Pat Metheny, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridgeshire, 2000

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Produce Exchange, Havana, Cuba, c1910s. Creator: Unknown

Produce Exchange, Havana, Cuba, c1910s. Creator: Unknown
Produce Exchange, Havana, Cuba, c1910s. The Lonja del Comercio building in the Cuban capital opened in 1909. It served as a commodities market with the ground floor used for warehouses

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: The Old Coal Exchange, (c1872). Creator: Unknown

The Old Coal Exchange, (c1872). Creator: Unknown
The Old Coal Exchange, (c1872). The original Coal Exchange in Lower Thames Street, City of London, opened in 1770. The second building on the site (seen here) dated from 1805

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: The Present Coal Exchange, c1872. Creator: Unknown

The Present Coal Exchange, c1872. Creator: Unknown
The Present Coal Exchange, c1872. The building in Lower Thames Street, City of London, was opened by Prince Albert in 1849. It was one of the first substantial buildings constructed from cast iron

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Corn Exchange, Leicester, c1896. Artist: Eyre & Spottiswoode

Corn Exchange, Leicester, c1896. Artist: Eyre & Spottiswoode
Corn Exchange, Leicester, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: A view of the Corn Exchange... 1785

A view of the Corn Exchange... 1785. Christopher Atkinson standing in the pillory surrounded by a horde of people. He was at the time convicted of shady dealing in connection with the purchase of

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Anticipation... 1784

Anticipation... 1784. Christopher Atkinson in the pillory between two sheaves of corn, outside the Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, London

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Shop front of Brown and Crow, sacking manufacturers, 32 Mark Lane, City of London, 1800

Shop front of Brown and Crow, sacking manufacturers, 32 Mark Lane, City of London, 1800
Elevation of the shop front of Brown and Crow, sacking manufacturers, 32 Mark Lane, City of London, 1800. Underneath this is a view of Mark Lane showing the aforementioned premises

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1827. Artist: V Bartholomew

Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1827. Artist: V Bartholomew
Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1827

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1753

Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1753

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Interior of the Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1852

Interior of the Corn Exchange, Mark Lane, City of London, 1852

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: View of the Coal Exchange on Thames Street, City of London, 1794

View of the Coal Exchange on Thames Street, City of London, 1794

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Ground plan of the New Coal Exchange in Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849

Ground plan of the New Coal Exchange in Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849. The building was opened by Prince Albert in 1849

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: View of the New Coal Exchange in Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849

View of the New Coal Exchange in Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849. The building was opened by Prince Albert in 1849

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Interior view of the Coal Exchange, Thames Street, City of London, 1808

Interior view of the Coal Exchange, Thames Street, City of London, 1808

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Roman remains on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848. Artist: H Rimbault

Roman remains on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848. Artist: H Rimbault
Roman remains on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848. Four views of a Roman villa discovered in Lower Thames Street

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Interior of the New Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849. Artist

Interior of the New Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849. Artist
Interior of the New Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849. The building was opened by Prince Albert in 1849

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Opening of the New Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849

Opening of the New Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1849. Presentation of the address to His Royal Highness Prince Albert, in the Great Hall of the Coal Exchange

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: View of Roman remains on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848. Artist

View of Roman remains on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848. Artist
View of Roman remains on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Plan of a Roman hypocaust found on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848

Plan of a Roman hypocaust found on the site of the Coal Exchange, City of London, 1848

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Coal Exchange, London, 1808. Artist: Augustus Charles Pugin

Coal Exchange, London, 1808. Artist: Augustus Charles Pugin
Interior view of the Coal Exchange, London, 1808; with figures

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Opening of the Royal Exchange, 1571, (1887). Artist: Windsor Tapestry

Opening of the Royal Exchange, 1571, (1887). Artist: Windsor Tapestry
Queen Elizabeth (I) Received by Sir Thomas Gresham on the Opening of the Royal Exchange, 1571, (1887)

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Coal Exchange, London, 1849. Artist: Roberts Groom

Coal Exchange, London, 1849. Artist: Roberts Groom
View of the Coal Exchange, London, 1849; with figures and horse drawn carts in the street

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle Street, London, c1850. Artist: George Hawkins

Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle Street, London, c1850. Artist: George Hawkins
Interior view of the Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle Street, London, c1850

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Men bemoaning peace, Corn Exchange, London, 1815. Artist: Piercy Roberts

Men bemoaning peace, Corn Exchange, London, 1815. Artist: Piercy Roberts
Men bemoaning peace, London, 1815; four unhappy men at Smithfield and four unhappy men at the Corn Exchange bemoan the effect of peace, with the defeat of Napoleon, on their businesses

Background imageCommodity Exchange Collection: Royal Exchange Fire, London, 1838

Royal Exchange Fire, London, 1838
View of the Royal Exchange fire, London, 1838



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