Product images of Repairing Lighters Lyme house [Limehouse], 1937
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Repairing Lighters Lyme house [Limehouse], 1937
Signed by artist. One of a series of 1930s Thames prints by Janes (1892-1980). NMM does not unfortunately have all, including one of 'The Rope Merchants, Greenwich' - a view of Moss's Wharf just east of the Trafalgar Tavern - of which (among others) there is a proof in the Guildhall collection.
Norman Janes (artist & engraver)
Original size: 235 mm x 320 mm
- Image reference: PX9444
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London