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Piccadilly looking towards the City / London as it is

1842

Print after Thomas Shotter Boys

From the collection

Title

Piccadilly looking towards the City / London as it is

Date

1842

Artist

Print after Thomas Shotter Boys

Description

View of a lively scene in Piccadilly, looking east from the end of Old Bond Street; just beyond the shop on the left is the old entrance to Burlington House, on the south side of the street the spire of St. James, Piccadilly overtops Messrs Fortnum & Mason's shop; directly on the right Bullock's Egyptian Hall advertises a panorama consisting of red indian by Catlin; hot air balloons in sky above scene, pedestrians and workmen on street point up to them. 1842. Lithograph with tint stone and hand-colouring.
Additional Makers: Print maker - Thomas Shotter Boys
Inscription: Lettered with title within image at bottom left, and at right in lower margin "T. S. Boys del et lith"
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Location

Old Bond Street & Piccadilly, London, England

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Medium

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