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CONEY, John, 1786-1833 : ALLHALLOWS BREAD STREET. UNITED WITH ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST.
London : J. Booth, 1814. A handsome antique print – the exterior of the Wren church of Allhallows Bread Street, demolished in 1876. It once stood at the south-east corner of Bread Street and Watling Street. Engraved by Joseph Skelton (1783-1871) from an original study (now in the British Museum) by John Coney. Originally produced for the part-work series “Architectura Ecclesiastica Londini; being a Series of Views” (London : 1810-1823) – “the first artistically competent and exhaustive illustration of the golden age of London church building” (Adams). Below the image are several lines of explanatory text.
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SHEPHERD, Thomas Hosmer, 1793-1864 : ALLHALLOWS, BREAD STREET.
[London : Jones & Co., 1830]. A charming antique print of the Wren church that once stood at the south-east corner of Bread Street and Watling Street (the site of Watling House). Engraved by Robert Acon (1792-1880) from a pencil drawing (now in the GLC collection) by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd. From Shepherd’s series “London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century” (London : 1829-1832).
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