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London Fire Engine Establishment, list of fire stations
London Fire Engine Establishment, list of fire stations
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London/Cheapside Cross
London/Cheapside Cross
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Battle of Waterloo, 1815
Battle of Waterloo, 1815
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London Birdseye 3
London Birdseye 3
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Advertisement for the London Glove Company
Advertisement for the London Glove Company
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Start of the riot in Cheapside
Start of the riot in Cheapside
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Cheapside Cross demolition
Cheapside Cross demolition
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London - Cheapside, looking east
London - Cheapside, looking east
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London - Mansion House and Cheapside
London - Mansion House and Cheapside
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Advert for John Bennett ring specialists 1913
Advert for John Bennett ring specialists 1913
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Advert for Swan fountain pens & leaded pencils 1901
Advert for Swan fountain pens & leaded pencils 1901
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Advert for John Bennett jewellers, novelty jewellery 1901
Advert for John Bennett jewellers, novelty jewellery 1901
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Start of the riot in Cheapside Featured Print

Start of the riot in Cheapside

Artistic impression of Evil May Day, the name of a riot which took place in 1517 as a protest against foreigners living in London. Apprentices attacked foreign residents. Some of the rioters were later hanged although King Henry VIII granted a pardon for the remainder following public pleadings from his wife Catherine of Aragon. Date: 19th century

© Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

Advert for John Bennett pocket watches 1902
Advert for John Bennett pocket watches 1902
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Advert for Swan fountain pens 1901
Advert for Swan fountain pens 1901
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St. Pauls Churchyard viewed from Cheapside, London
St. Pauls Churchyard viewed from Cheapside, London
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Bow Church, Cheapside, London
Bow Church, Cheapside, London
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Victorian women 1874
Victorian women 1874
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Cheapside - looking east, London - Statue of Robert Peel
Cheapside - looking east, London - Statue of Robert Peel
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Cheapside/St Mary Le Bow
Cheapside/St Mary Le Bow
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Cheapside 1637
Cheapside 1637
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Robert Scott Ltd. selling Aertex garments, 8 Poultry, London
Robert Scott Ltd. selling Aertex garments, 8 Poultry, London
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Cartoon, A March to the Bank
Cartoon, A March to the Bank
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Advertisement for Cummings umbrellas
Advertisement for Cummings umbrellas
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CRUIKSHANK, George (1792-1878). Cartoon called A
CRUIKSHANK, George (1792-1878). Cartoon called A
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CRUIKSHANK, George (1792-1878). Cartoon called A Featured Print

CRUIKSHANK, George (1792-1878). Cartoon called A

CRUIKSHANK, George (1792-1878). Cartoon called A Radical Reformer, i.e. A Neck or Nothing Man! Dedicated to the Heads of the Nation'. It was published by Thomas Tegg of Cheapside on 17 September 1819. The cartoon shows a flame-belching, guillotine monster wearing the cap associated with French revolutionaries, which is terrorising Britain's leaders. I'm a coming! I'm a coming! he says, I shall have you - though I'm at your heels now, I'll be at your Heads presently. Come all to me that are troubled with money & I warrant I'll make you easy!!'. On the right the Prime Minister, Lord Liverpool, falls over a bag of money. In front of him, Lord Castlereagh exclaims, Och! by the powers! I don't like the looks of him at all, at all! Upon hearing the Prince Regent complain that he has lost his wig, Eldon, the Lord Chancellor replies, Never mind, so long as your head's on!'. Early Modern Era. Engraving

© Colecciasca/Iberfoto/Mary Evans

Engraving of Pedestrian Hobby Bicycle
Engraving of Pedestrian Hobby Bicycle
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Poster advertising British military uniform, WW1
Poster advertising British military uniform, WW1
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Aerial view of Cheapside, London
Aerial view of Cheapside, London
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Mercers Hall London
Mercers Hall London
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Saddlers Hall London
Saddlers Hall London
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Cheapside Cross
Cheapside Cross
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Advert for Ciro jewellery 1930
Advert for Ciro jewellery 1930
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Bow Church 1750
Bow Church 1750
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Cheapside - with Bow Church and St Pauls, London
Cheapside - with Bow Church and St Pauls, London
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Cheapside showing Bow Church, London
Cheapside showing Bow Church, London
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London - King Street, Cheapside and Guildhall
London - King Street, Cheapside and Guildhall
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Farrows Bank Ltd. - The Peoples Bank
Farrows Bank Ltd. - The Peoples Bank
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Farrows Bank Ltd. - The Peoples Bank Featured Print

Farrows Bank Ltd. - The Peoples Bank

Farrow's Bank Ltd. - The People's Bank - 1 Cheapside, London. In setting up the bank, Thomas Farrow wished not only that unsuspecting people in need of money to tide them over a period of temporary embarrassment should be protected against the usurious rates of interest demanded by moneylenders; he desired in addition that means be provided whereby thrift should be encouraged among the poorer classes. Unfortunately the bank collapsed in the early 1920s and the main founders were found guilty of fraud! Whether their desire to provide the best outcome and opportunity for their less well-to-do fellow citizens was the root fault of their folly or whether some blacker purpose pervaded their dealings, it is hard to ascertain... They certainly did spend a lot on advertsing as this card testifies! Date: 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Blitz in London -- aftermath of bombing, Cheapside, WW2
Blitz in London -- aftermath of bombing, Cheapside, WW2
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Cheapside, London, England
Cheapside, London, England
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Oldest House in Cheapside, London
Oldest House in Cheapside, London
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St. Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, London
St. Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, London
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Mansion House and Cheapside, London
Mansion House and Cheapside, London
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London/Cheapside 1930S
London/Cheapside 1930S
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Old Mansion House
Old Mansion House
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Cheapside, London
Cheapside, London
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Cheapside/Photo C1900
Cheapside/Photo C1900
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Cheapside/Cross/Conduit
Cheapside/Cross/Conduit
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England/London/Cheapside
England/London/Cheapside
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Wood Street Tree
Wood Street Tree
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