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Victorian shopping and dining Collection

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Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Peter Yapp, Sloane Street BL05960

Peter Yapp, Sloane Street BL05960
PETER YAPP, 200-201 Sloane Street, Chelsea, London. Exterior of the shoemakers shop. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere, 1st December 1885

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Oxford Music Hall, Oxford Street, London 1893 BL12092

Oxford Music Hall, Oxford Street, London 1893 BL12092
THE OXFORD MUSIC HALL, Oxford Street, Westminster, London. The Oxford Music Hall on the north side of Oxford Street between A. E

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Burford Mop Fair CC57_00428

Burford Mop Fair CC57_00428
BURFORD, Oxfordshire. A view of the High Street during the Hiring Fair (Mop Fair) with stalls set out. Photographed in 1895 by Henry Taunt

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184

Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. View of St Marys Church, looking down Hart Street towards the distinctive flint and stone chequer patterned church tower with polygonal angle buttresses

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850 J000141

Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850 J000141
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving showing shops and shoppers on " Butcher Row, Whitechapel" London. Illustration of about 1850 by ARCHER

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Cheapside 1813 J000147

Cheapside 1813 J000147
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " Cheapside" London engraving by anon 1813

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Ackermanns Repository of Arts, 101 Strand 1809 J000143

Ackermanns Repository of Arts, 101 Strand 1809 J000143
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Aquatint engraving " Ackermanns Repository of Arts, 101 Strand" London 1809 by Pugin & Rowlandson. Interior view

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: 157 New Bond Street, London 1801 J000138

157 New Bond Street, London 1801 J000138
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving " No 157 New Bond Street, London" 1801. Exterior of the Juvenile Library

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Dining at the Savoy BL12027

Dining at the Savoy BL12027
THE SAVOY HOTEL, The Strand, City of Westminster, London. Interior of the Pinafore Room with table laid. The theatrical impresario Richard D Oyly Carte had the Savoy Hotel built next to his Savoy

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Mid-19th century engraving of the Strand, London N110043

Mid-19th century engraving of the Strand, London N110043
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Strand, London. Mid-nineteenth century. Showing Somerset House and St Mary le Bow. Engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Piccadilly in 1830 5D_PIC_1830

Piccadilly in 1830 5D_PIC_1830
Piccadilly, London. An engraving showing Piccadilly from Coventry Street with Tichborne Street visible to the right. Coloured engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: St Giles Fair, Oxford CC49_00539

St Giles Fair, Oxford CC49_00539
St Giles Fair, Oxford, Oxfordshire, September 1905. Photographed by Henry William Taunt (1842-1922) on silver gelatin glass plate negative

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Cirencester Market Place CC57_00055

Cirencester Market Place CC57_00055
CIRENCESTER, Gloucestershire. Looking down the market place from the parish church of the capital of the Cotswolds. Showing the north side shop fronts with their awnings out over the pavement

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Tower Bridge Hotel, Bermondsey, London 1897 BL14122

Tower Bridge Hotel, Bermondsey, London 1897 BL14122
TOWER BRIDGE HOTEL, Bermondsey, London. Interior of the saloon bar. Photographed in June 1897. From the Bedford Lemere collection

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Warner Estate, Walthamstow BL09288

Warner Estate, Walthamstow BL09288
WARNER ESTATE, Walthamstow, Greater London. Shops on the Warner Estate, Walthamstow. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere on the 16th May 1889

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Interior of Burlington Arcade, London c. 1830 J000146

Interior of Burlington Arcade, London c. 1830 J000146
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " Interior of Burlington Arcade, London" Engraving by anon c. 1830

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: John Harvey & Co Ludgate Hill 1840 J000142

John Harvey & Co Ludgate Hill 1840 J000142
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving entitled " John Harvey & Compy Ludgate Hill" London. Shop front and customers illustrated in around 1840

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Victorian shop BL11535

Victorian shop BL11535
HUDSON BROTHERS, 50-52 Ludgate Hill, City of London. Interior view of shop. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in June 1892

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Tea in the garden CC50_00694

Tea in the garden CC50_00694
Four female students taking tea in the grounds of Somerville College, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The tea party was an important part of college social life in the Late Victorian period. Henry Taunt 1895

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Lace advertisement 8E_STR_1820

Lace advertisement 8E_STR_1820
392 The Strand, London. An engraving dated 1820 showing the elevation of 392 Strand, premises of Urlings Lace. The engraving was produced as an advertisement for G F Urling and Company

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Market Place, Fairford CC57_00343

Market Place, Fairford CC57_00343
MARKET PLACE, Fairford, Gloucestershire. A woman in a horse and trap outside a clothiers shop in the picturesque cotswold town. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Dyer Street, Cirencester BB57_00087

Dyer Street, Cirencester BB57_00087
CIRENCESTER, Gloucestershire. Looking along Dyer Street towards the Market Place in the capital of the Cotswolds. The pedimented doorcase of 3 Dyer Street is in the foreground

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Making a delivery at Moulsford, Oxfordshire CC73_01431

Making a delivery at Moulsford, Oxfordshire CC73_01431
MOULSFORD, Oxfordshire. A man in a smock with a hand-drawn cart piled with cloth meeting a young woman at the gate to a house, called by Taunt smockfrock and skirtie

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Mattress delivery vans BL14021

Mattress delivery vans BL14021
HEAL AND SON LIMITED, 195-199 Tottenham Court Road, London. Staff and horse-drawn wagons loaded with mattresses and bedding made at the site, posing in the courtyard

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Kings Road, Chelsea, London 1885 BL05775

Kings Road, Chelsea, London 1885 BL05775
KINGs ROAD, Chelsea, London. General view of numbers 2 to 10 Kings Road from the east. Photographed on the 13th July 1885. From the Bedford Lemere collection

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Shops, Grove Road, Eastbourne BL06649

Shops, Grove Road, Eastbourne BL06649
GROVE ROAD, Eastbourne, East Sussex. A perspective view of the exterior of a parade of shops in Grove Road in Eastbourne with people on the pavement

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Juvenile Library, 157 New Bond Street 1801 J000140

Juvenile Library, 157 New Bond Street 1801 J000140
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving " Interior of the Juvenile Library" (at 157 New Bond Street, London) 1801

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Juvenile Library, 157 New Bond Street 1801 J000139

Juvenile Library, 157 New Bond Street 1801 J000139
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving " Entrance of the Juvenile Library" (at 157 New Bond Street, London) 1801. Interior view

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Dining at the Savoy BL14894

Dining at the Savoy BL14894
THE SAVOY HOTEL, The Strand, London. Interior of the Salle-a-Manger set for dinner. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in June 1898 for the Manager - H P Robarts

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Mappin and Webb jewellers BL20231_001

Mappin and Webb jewellers BL20231_001
MAPPIN AND WEBB, Oxford Street, London. View of street corner shop front of this famous jewellery store, designed by architect John Belcher. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in May 1908

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Dining at the Savoy BL13446

Dining at the Savoy BL13446
THE SAVOY HOTEL, The Strand, City of Westminster. Interior view of the Dining Room set for a " French dinner" for English and French naval architects

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Dining at the Savoy BL13428

Dining at the Savoy BL13428
THE SAVOY HOTEL, The Strand, City of Westminster. Interior view of the red dinner table in the " Pinafore Room". Photograph by Bedford Lemere, taken for the hotel management in December 1895

Background imageVictorian shopping and dining Collection: Timber boarded house, City of London 1884 BL05123

Timber boarded house, City of London 1884 BL05123
BARTHOLOMEW CLOSE, City of London. General view of an old timber boarded house, latterly a shop, possibly medieval. Photographed by Bedford Lemere, 30th April 1884


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