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Product images of The Royal Society's house at Crane Court
Product details The Royal Society's house at Crane Court
The Royal Society's house at Crane Court
Exterior view of the Royal Society's house with a street scene containing five characters, including two women in conversation and a boy selling fish from a basket, door-to-door. Inscribed "House occupied by the Royal Society, Crane Court, Fleet Street. C.J.Smith sculp. William Pickering, Chancery Lane." Originally published within part V of "Historical and Literary Curiosities", engraved by C.J.Smith (London, Pickering, 1837).
Original: engraving. 1837
- Image ref: RS-9415
- The Royal Society