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ANTIQUE NUMBER SA880425: A Georgian Engraving Print Of Temple Church 1756.

A Georgian Engraving Print Of Temple Church 1756.

£315    $400    €372
A fine topographical copper engraving depicting the south east prospect of Temple Church in the City of London 1756.
 
This large format folio engraving depicts an elevation of the church with old shops in the foreground, the shops were cleared away many years ago to afford a better view of the church.
 
Built by the Knights Templar, the order of crusading monks founded to protect pilgrims on their way to and from Jerusalem in the 12th century.
 
The church still stands today in the City of London located between Fleet Street and the River Thames and has more recently came to the public's attention following the release of Dan Brown's best-selling novel ‘The Da Vinci Code’ in 2003.
 
Engraved by the eminent Benjamin Cole for “Maitland's History of London” and published in Georgian London in 1756 during the reign of King George II.
 
A good impression printed on a robust hand laid paper with some minor age toning to margins.
 
Within a handsome period hardwood reeded architectural frame with gilt slip.
 
Title and publication details below image:
 
The South East Prospect of the Temple Church / B.Cole sculp.
 
Frame size approx: 10 7/8 ins. by 15 3/4 ins. (27.5 cm. by 40 cm.)
 
Postage UK: £ 20.00 Special delivery next day.
 
Postage overseas: £ 45.00 International signed for.
 
 
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Internal Reference: A Georgian Engraving Print of Temple Church 1756.
Antique Number: SA880425
Dateline of this antique is Georgian
Height is 27.5cm (10.8inches)
Width is 40cm (15.7inches)
Depth is 2cm (0.8inches)
Antique #SA880425, showcased on this page, originates from the georgian Era. For historical context, the timeline below highlights the period when it was made:
       The Georgian Era      
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