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Commodity Exchange Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Commodity Exchange collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Guildford, c1910
Guildford, c1910
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Market Hall, Sudbury, c1850, (1943). Creator: Walker
Market Hall, Sudbury, c1850, (1943). Creator: Walker
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View of Liskard, Cornwall, from Views in Cornwall , April 12, 1812
View of Liskard, Cornwall, from Views in Cornwall , April 12, 1812
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Pat Metheny, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridgeshire, 2000. Creator: Brian Foskett
Pat Metheny, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridgeshire, 2000. Creator: Brian Foskett
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The Present Coal Exchange, c1872. Creator: Unknown
The Present Coal Exchange, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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In the Coal Exchange, City of London, c1903 (1903)
In the Coal Exchange, City of London, c1903 (1903)
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The Coal Exchange, City of London, c1910 (1911). Artist: Pictorial Agency
The Coal Exchange, City of London, c1910 (1911). Artist: Pictorial Agency
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The Present Coal Exchange, opened by Prince Albert in 1849, Thames Street, 1878 Artist: Walter Thornbury
The Present Coal Exchange, opened by Prince Albert in 1849, Thames Street, 1878 Artist: Walter Thornbury
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Coal Exchange, Thames Street, City of London, 1830.Artist: R Acon
Coal Exchange, Thames Street, City of London, 1830.Artist: R Acon
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The Coal Exchange, City of London, c1910 (1911). Artist: Pictorial Agency Featured Image

The Coal Exchange, City of London, c1910 (1911). Artist: Pictorial Agency

The Coal Exchange, City of London, c1910 (1911). The London Coal Exchange was situated on the north side of Thames Street, occupying three different structures from 1770 to 1962. The original coal exchange opened in 1770. A second building from 1805 was replaced by a new purpose built structure constructed from 1847 to 1849, opened by Prince Albert on 30 October 1849. The building was designed James Bunstone Bunning (1802-1863), who held the post of architect to the City of London from 1843 until his death. The Coal Exchange was demolished in 1962 to enable the widening of Lower Thames Street. From London - The City, by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1911]

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