The White Horse Inn. [&] Four Corners, Played at the Swan, Chelsea. [&] World's End Tavern.
Three images on one sheet; lithograph, engraving and wood engraving. Sheet 483 x 330mm. 19 x 13".
A view of The White Horse Inn on Church Street; [&] a bowling scene at a private club with a door to 'The Tea Room' to the left and men drinking to the side; [&] a view of World's End Tavern, Chelsea which sat on the narrow alley which ran diagonally to the river called Hobs Lane and World's End Passage. It was mentioned in Congreve's play "Love for Lover" in 1695.
Longford [Images of Chelsea:] 540 [&] 124 [&] 539.
[Ref: 25902] £180.00