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Available Formats

Each photograph can be purchased as a print, digital download or canvas. Click here for more information on these formats

Postage and packing

Each print (A5 and A4 sizes) comes mounted on card and wrapped in film. A3 size comes in a tube.

If you order 1 - 3 items, a shipping/processing charge of £3.49 applies per order (anywhere in the world).
If more than 3 items are ordered, shipping/processing is free.

This charge includes digital downloads, as they are processed individually, and this reflects the time needed to process the images and put them on the server for download.

If it is convenient for you and you do not trust the post, you are welcome to collect your purchase from our office in NW London, having made an appointment by phone.

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Bank Square. Bank of England and Royal Exchange c.1912.

Bank Square. Bank of England and Royal Exchange c.1912.

Here it is, the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street, as the Bank
was nicknamed in 1797- it is the long building on the left. This is
where Britains gold reserve is stored, in the vaults hidden
among the three underground stories ...


Next to it is the Royal Exchange. The Exchange itself existed
here between 1570 and 1939, when it became too small and separate exchanges
were set up elsewhere. The steps leading up to the majestic Corinthian
columns were just right for important state announcements, like
the proclamation of new sovereigns and declarations of war.

To see how Bank Square looks now, click
here
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