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Aldermanbury Collection

"A journey through time: Exploring the rich history of Aldermanbury" Step back in time with us as we uncover the fascinating story of Aldermanbury

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Aldermanbury Collection: Trade Card of John Meader, Cabinets and Joyners Work, ca. 1690-1720. Creator: John Meader
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Aldermanbury Collection: The Old Roman Wall (b / w photo)
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Aldermanbury Collection: London in the Year 1560 (engraving)
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Aldermanbury Collection: Church of St Mary, Aldermanbury, from London and it
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Aldermanbury Collection: The Church of St Michaels Bassishaw, now in the Course of Demolition (litho)
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Aldermanbury Collection: City of London EC2V 7 Map
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Aldermanbury Collection: Bradford BD1 1 Map
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Aldermanbury Collection: Church of St Mary Aldermanbury, City of London, 1814. Artist: Joseph Skelton
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Aldermanbury Collection: Church of St Mary Aldermanbury, City of London, 1830. Artist: R Acon
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Aldermanbury Collection: Fountain Court, Aldermanbury, City of London, 1830
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Aldermanbury Collection: Plan of tenements in Addle Street, Aldermanbury and Philip Lane, London, c1666
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Aldermanbury Collection: William W Wilkinson
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Aldermanbury Collection: Thomas Taylor
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Aldermanbury Collection: Street map of London around Guildhall, c. 1795 (print)
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Aldermanbury Collection: 2634704; out of copyright
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Aldermanbury Collection: St Mary Aldermanbury Church, London

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"A journey through time: Exploring the rich history of Aldermanbury" Step back in time with us as we uncover the fascinating story of Aldermanbury, a place steeped in history and charm. From trade cards to engravings, black and white photographs to maps, each hint offers a glimpse into the past that will transport you to a bygone era. Imagine walking along the Old Roman Wall, tracing its ancient stones with your fingertips and feeling the weight of centuries upon them. The engraving of London in 1560 brings this bustling city to life before your eyes, revealing its vibrant streets and lively markets. The Church of St Mary Aldermanbury stands proudly amidst it all, an architectural gem that has witnessed countless events throughout its existence. Joseph Skelton's artwork from 1814 captures its grandeur perfectly, while R Acon's depiction from 1830 showcases how it evolved over time. As you explore further, Fountain Court beckons you with its timeless beauty. Picture yourself strolling through this tranquil oasis nestled within the heart of bustling Aldermanbury - a true sanctuary amidst the chaos. Maps provide another layer to this historical tapestry. The City of London EC2V7 map reveals intricate details about this area's layout and development over time. Meanwhile, William W Wilkinson's plan takes us back even further to c1666 when tenements dotted Addle Street and Philip Lane. Aldermanbury is not just a place; it is an embodiment of centuries gone by - where trade thrived, communities flourished, and architecture stood as a testament to human ingenuity. Join us on this captivating journey through time as we unravel the secrets hidden within these hints provided by John Meader's trade card or John Meader himself – cabinets and joiners work artisans who left their mark on Aldermanbury for generations to come.