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Background imageLondoner Collection: The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, 1826, (1920)

The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, 1826, (1920)
The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, 1826, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageLondoner Collection: Honi. Soi. Qui. Mal. Y. Pense: The Caricature Shop of G. Humphrey, 27 St. James

Honi. Soi. Qui. Mal. Y. Pense: The Caricature Shop of G. Humphrey, 27 St. Jamess Street, London, August 12, 1821

Background imageLondoner Collection: Sunday Morning in the New Cut, Lambeth, 1872. Artist: Smith

Sunday Morning in the New Cut, Lambeth, 1872. Artist: Smith
Sunday Morning in the New Cut, Lambeth, 1872. An engraving from the Illustrated London News, (27 January 1872). Hand-coloured later

Background imageLondoner Collection: A Sketch in the Streets of London, 1858. Creator: Unknown

A Sketch in the Streets of London, 1858. Creator: Unknown
A Sketch in the Streets of London, 1858. Engraving...from a Sketch of M. Louis Bulewski...of a very curious specimen of English nomads...We do not know how better to describe their general costume

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Royal Visit to the City: Amusements of the Crowd - Scrambling for Pence, 1876. Creator: Unknown

The Royal Visit to the City: Amusements of the Crowd - Scrambling for Pence, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The Royal Visit to the City: Amusements of the Crowd - Scrambling for Pence, 1876....the populace and the youngsters displaying their frolicsome temper in a less dignified manner as crowds wait to

Background imageLondoner Collection: Muriel putting the Sealed Paper into Master Walter's Hand, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Muriel putting the Sealed Paper into Master Walter's Hand, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Muriel putting the Sealed Paper into Master Walter's Hand, 1857. Scene from "Master Walter, the Physician. A Tale of Old London"

Background imageLondoner Collection: Citizens of London walking in the Pleasant Pastures of Smethefelde, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Citizens of London walking in the Pleasant Pastures of Smethefelde, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Citizens of London walking in the Pleasant Pastures of Smethefelde, 1857. Scene from "Master Walter, the Physician. A Tale of Old London": The Smethefelde was thronged, that afternoon

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene - drawn by George Thomas, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene - drawn by George Thomas, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene - drawn by George Thomas, 1856. Londoners celebrate the end of the Crimean War. It was necessary that the people should share, or appear to share

Background imageLondoner Collection: Victory Tour of East End of London - 9th May, 1945, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Victory Tour of East End of London - 9th May, 1945, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Victory Tour of East End of London - 9th May, 1945, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II visits Londoners during the Second World War

Background imageLondoner Collection: Victory Drive - 8th June, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Victory Drive - 8th June, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Victory Drive - 8th June, 1946, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II, with her mother Queen Elizabeth and father King George VI

Background imageLondoner Collection: The East End Greets The Princess - May, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown

The East End Greets The Princess - May, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown
The East End Greets The Princess - May, 1946, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II visits Londoners a year after the end of the Second World War

Background imageLondoner Collection: Billingsgate New Market, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Billingsgate New Market, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Billingsgate New Market [in London], 1854. The New Market is covered with semicircular roofs of galvanised corrugated iron

Background imageLondoner Collection: Picturesque Sketches of London - the Adelphi 'Dry Arches', 1850. Creator: Unknown

Picturesque Sketches of London - the Adelphi "Dry Arches", 1850. Creator: Unknown
Picturesque Sketches of London - the Adelphi "Dry Arches", 1850. Illustration to an article by Thomas Miller: Thousands who pass along the Strand never dream of the shadowy region which

Background imageLondoner Collection: Picturesque Sketches of London - Street Sights, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Picturesque Sketches of London - Street Sights, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Picturesque Sketches of London - Street Sights, 1850. A...balancer...takes a ladder, high enough to reach a second-floor window, and up it goes on his chin

Background imageLondoner Collection: Stag Hunt in the New-Road on Tuesday, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Stag Hunt in the New-Road on Tuesday, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Stag Hunt in the New-Road on Tuesday, 1850....the inhabitants of Camden Town [in London] were astonished at the unusual sight of a fine stag, or red deer

Background imageLondoner Collection: The International Exhibition: entrance to the Horticultural Society's Gardens from the... 1862

The International Exhibition: entrance to the Horticultural Society's Gardens from the... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The International Exhibition: entrance to the Horticultural Society's Gardens from the Exhibition Building, 1862. The International Exhibition was a world's fair held from 1 May to 1 November

Background imageLondoner Collection: Bound for a Beano, 1900, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Bound for a Beano, 1900, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Bound for a " Beano", 1900, (1933). Londoners riding in a horse-brake for the annual works day out - a beano, short for bean-feast, was a colloquial term for an excursion or celebration

Background imageLondoner Collection: Beer Street, 1751, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth

Beer Street, 1751, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth
Beer Street, 1751, (1925). Issued in 1751 by English artist William Hogarth. From " London in the Eighteenth Century", by Sir Walter Besant. [A. & C. Black, Ltd. London, 1925]

Background imageLondoner Collection: A Country Inn Yard, 1747, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth

A Country Inn Yard, 1747, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth
A Country Inn Yard, 1747, (1925). Published soon after the 1747 election. The composition renders the Election marginal, suggesting the English are too preoccupied with their own day-to-day

Background imageLondoner Collection: Gambling at Whites Club, 1734, (1925). Creator: William Radclyffe

Gambling at Whites Club, 1734, (1925). Creator: William Radclyffe
Gambling at Whites Club, 1734, (1925). Plate VI, the gaming house scene from Hogarths The Rakes Progress, engraved by W.Radclyffe

Background imageLondoner Collection: Sport in the Eighteenth Century, c1720-1764, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth

Sport in the Eighteenth Century, c1720-1764, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth
Sport in the Eighteenth Century, c1720-1764, (1925). Wagerning bets on a Pocklington cockfight. From " London in the Eighteenth Century", by Sir Walter Besant. [A. & C. Black, Ltd

Background imageLondoner Collection: Doorway, Temple, frontispiece to Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Doorway, Temple, frontispiece to Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Hyde Park Near Crosvenor Gate, plate sixteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Hyde Park Near Crosvenor Gate, plate sixteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Regent Street Looking Towards the Duke of Yorks Column

Regent Street Looking Towards the Duke of Yorks Column, plate twelve from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Club Houses and Pall Mall, plate thirteen from Original Views of London as It Is

The Club Houses and Pall Mall, plate thirteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Regent Street Looking Towards the Quadrant, plate eighteen from Original Views of London

Regent Street Looking Towards the Quadrant, plate eighteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Entry to The Strand from Charing Cross, plate twenty from Original Views of London as It

Entry to The Strand from Charing Cross, plate twenty from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Piccadilly, Looking Towards the City, plate seventeen from Original Views of London as It

Piccadilly, Looking Towards the City, plate seventeen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Bank Looking Towards the Mansion House, from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

The Bank Looking Towards the Mansion House, from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Mansion House, Cheapside, plate one from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Mansion House, Cheapside, plate one from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: St. Dunstans Fleet Street, plate 23 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

St. Dunstans Fleet Street, plate 23 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: London, from Greenwich, plate five from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

London, from Greenwich, plate five from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Horseguards from St. Jamess Park, plate fourteen from Original Views of London as It

The Horseguards from St. Jamess Park, plate fourteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Guildhall, plate 25 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

The Guildhall, plate 25 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Tower and Mint from Great Tower Hill, plate two from Original Views of London as It

The Tower and Mint from Great Tower Hill, plate two from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: St. Pauls from Ludgate Hill, plate 24 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

St. Pauls from Ludgate Hill, plate 24 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Temple Bar from The Strand, plate 22 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Temple Bar from The Strand, plate 22 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: The Strand, plate 21 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

The Strand, plate 21 from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Hyde Park Corner, plate fifteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Hyde Park Corner, plate fifteen from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Board of Trade, Whitehall, from Downing Street, plate eight from Original Views of London

Board of Trade, Whitehall, from Downing Street, plate eight from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: St. James Palace, plate ten from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

St. James Palace, plate ten from Original Views of London as It Is, 1842

Background imageLondoner Collection: Mediaeval Court: The Great Exhibition of 1851, 1854. Creator: Joseph Nash

Mediaeval Court: The Great Exhibition of 1851, 1854. Creator: Joseph Nash
Mediaeval Court: The Great Exhibition of 1851, 1854

Background imageLondoner Collection: A Seat in St. Jamess Park, 1870. Creator: Joseph Swain

A Seat in St. Jamess Park, 1870. Creator: Joseph Swain
A Seat in St. Jamess Park, 1870

Background imageLondoner Collection: Theatrical Pleasures, Plate 2: Contending for a Seat, ca. 1835. Creator: Theodore Lane

Theatrical Pleasures, Plate 2: Contending for a Seat, ca. 1835. Creator: Theodore Lane
Theatrical Pleasures, Plate 2: Contending for a Seat, ca. 1835

Background imageLondoner Collection: Dandies in Rotten Row, January 21, 1819. Creator: William Heath

Dandies in Rotten Row, January 21, 1819. Creator: William Heath
Dandies in Rotten Row, January 21, 1819

Background imageLondoner Collection: Well-a-day, Is this my Son Tom, ca. 1773. Creator: Probably after Samuel Hieronymus Grimm

Well-a-day, Is this my Son Tom, ca. 1773. Creator: Probably after Samuel Hieronymus Grimm
Well-a-day, Is this my Son Tom, ca. 1773

Background imageLondoner Collection: Skating in the Regents Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Skating in the Regents Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Skating in the Regents Park, 1844. Ice skaters in London. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

Background imageLondoner Collection: Four Scenes from Cries of London Series: Heres your Potatoes

Four Scenes from Cries of London Series: Heres your Potatoes
Four Scenes from " Cries of London" Series: Heres your Potatoes...; Buy my Moss Roses...; Light your Honor; Pray Remember the Blind, August 1, 1801



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