The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park for the Great International Exhibition of 1851.The Building was designed by Joseph Paxton, Esq. of Chatsworth, and the details of construction were arranged by Mess.rs Fox, Henderson & Co. who are the Contractors for executing the Work. The dimensions are 1848 feet long by 408 feet wide, exclusive of Machinery Room...The length of Table for exhibiting is 8 miles, including Galleries.
10 Johnson's Court, Fleet Street. [n.d. c.1852.]
Engraving. 292 x 597mm. 11½ x 23¾". Nicks and tears to the edges.
A view of the Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace, London 1851. Crowds gathered around the lake with little sailing and taxi boats.
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