Reference numberMS/648/1/122/1
TitlePrint, The Royal Society's house at Crane Court, by Charles John Smith
DescriptionExterior view of the Royal Society's house with a street scene containing five characters, including two women in conversation and a boy selling fish from a basket, door-to-door. Inscribed "House occupied by the Royal Society, Crane Court, Fleet Street. C.J.Smith sculp. William Pickering, Chancery Lane." Originally published within part V of "Historical and Literary Curiosities", engraved by C.J.Smith (London, Pickering, 1837).
Extent1 print
Physical descriptionEngraving, on paper
Access statusOpen
Administrative historyCollected by Charles Turnor
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2870Turnor; Charles (1768 - 1853)1768 - 1853
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