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View of Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, from the Patent Shot Manufactory on the South Side of the River.
View of Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, from the Patent Shot Manufactory on the South Side of the River.
Drawn & Etch'd by Danl. Turner. Aquatinted by Thos.Sutherland.
Publish'd Septr. 1, 1803, by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street London.
Aquatint and Etching. 290 x 410mm
Watt's Shot Tower on the Lambeth bank of the River Thames in the foreground. The area around the 1789 square tower was known as Prince's Meadow made up of dwelling houses, warehouses, dyehouses, storehouses, accounting houses, brewhouses, coachhouses, carthouses, stables, sawhouses, cranes, sheds, wharves, yards, gardens, fields, ponds and canals.
[Ref: 6201]   £420.00  
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View of the Thames from the Water Works, York Buildings, to Blackfriar's Bridge.
View of the Thames from the Water Works, York Buildings, to Blackfriar's Bridge. 1.WaterWorks. 2. Adelphi. 3.Somerset Place. 4. St. Paul's.
Drawn & Etched by Daniel Turner. Aquatinted by Thomas Sutherland.
Published September 1st, 1803 by Laurie & Whittle. 33, Fleet Street, London.
Coloured aquatint. Printed area 390 x 260mm (14" x 10").
View of the Thames shows from left to right: 1. WaterWorks, 2. Adelphi, 3. Somerset Place, 4. St Pauls. The Waterworks company was founded in 1675, and it was erected at the river end of Villiers Street. This view shows the company's 70 ft high water tower, which was erected in the late 17th century. York buildings was the name given to the streets and houses erected on York House, a former palace on the Strand.
[Ref: 27905]   £320.00  
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