1375 Richmond Bridge
Print: Baxter - CL 298 - This print was used as an illustration to Suttaby's Le Souvenir, 1852 and also issued separately by Baxter. It shows the well-known bridge crossing the River Thames in London.
The old City of London State barge, Maria Wood, which was located there for many years, is shown on the other side of the river.
King Henry VII (1485 – 1509) changed the name from Sheen to Richmond because he was Earl of Richmond in Yorkshire.
Size (cm ht x w): 7 x 10.2
Condition: VG colours, light toning spots to sky, please see image
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