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The Saveall, or Economy
'The Saveall, or Economy', 1828. The Duke of Wellington stands between Apsley House, (his future home - still under construction), and the Triumphal Arch on Constitution Hill. He holds a candlestick fitted with a saveall, a device which allowed the wick to burn to the very bottom without waste. The image is a satire on Wellington's lavish expenditure and trifling domestic economies.
- Image ref: 1239008
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)