Leadenhall
Leadenhall
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Leadenhall
View of the north part of the remains of Leadenhall looking west. The original Leadenhall was destroyed in the Great Fire of London 1666, and rebuilt as a market hall. Remains of earlier buildings, from Roman times were uncovered in 1880.
1881
London Metropolitan Archives
Main Print Collection
Hodge, Henry
watercolour
paper
84cms
64cms
q6061385
Exact
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