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Reference numberMS/648/1/126/1
LevelItem
TitlePrint, Sir Isaac Newton's house in Leicester Square, by Charles John Smith
Date1837
DescriptionExterior view of Newton's London residence, a gable-end house of three storeys. A street sign "Jones Court" appears on the side of the house. On its front is a business sign, "Orange Street Chapel Sunday & Infants School Est. 1812". A street scene contains two sets of three figures, one group contemplating the front of the building. Inscribed "C.J.Smith sculp. The Residence of Sir Isaac Newton, St. Martin's Street, Leicester Square. Published by William Pickering, Chancery Lane, London. 1837." Originally published within "Historical and Literary Curiosities", engraved by C.J.Smith (London, Pickering, 1837).
Extent1 print
Physical descriptionEngraving, on paper
Dimensions237x181mm.
Access statusOpen
Administrative historyCollected by Charles Turnor
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA2870Turnor; Charles (1768 - 1853)1768 - 1853
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