Bank of England (London)

London – Bank of England. Bustling scene with, i. a., a coach of Oxford and Bayswater and a horse and cart of the Paddington Bank Daily. On the right the establishment of Richardson Goodluck & Co. Steel engraving by William Tombleson (about 1795 – London 1832) after Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (landscapist, architectural draughtsman, and aquarellist, 1793-1864). Inscribed: To the Governor & Directors of that National Establishment this Plate is respectfully dedicated. / Engraved by Wm. Tombleson. / Published March 31, 1827, by Jones & Co. 3. Acton Place, Kingsland Road, London, otherwise as above. 4⅛ × 5⅞ in (10.6 × 14.9 cm).

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