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The Awful Destruction of the Royal Exchange London By Fire on the Night of January 10th 1838
The Royal Exchange in Threadneedle Street in the City was established by Thomas Gresham in 1599 as a meeting place for merchants throughout Europe. It was intended as a rival to an equivalent meeting place in Antwerp called the Bourse. It became the Royal Exchange in 1571 under Elizabeth I.
Original size: 511 mm x 381 mm
- Image reference: PY6087
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection