Head of a bearded gentleman
Sketch of a bearded gentleman inscribed: 'Sketched in the presence of the audience by Mr. Maskelyne's Automaton, ZOE, at the Egyptian Hall, England's Home of Mystery.' The Egyptian Hall was a museum completed in 1812 and owned by William Bullock. It was situated at No. 22 Piccadilly in London and was referred to interchangably as the London Museum, Egyptian Hall or Museum or Bullock's Museum. It was demolished in 1905 and office blocks were built on the site. Those offices have the address 170-173 Piccadilly.
Original size: 449 mm x 351 mm
- Image reference: PY6084
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection
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