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Household Goods. Moulds for jelly, cake etc p77, In: Benham and Sons, Manufacturing and Furnishing Ironmongers, 19, 20 & 21, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square, London: c1868 catalogue. From HHT Digital Trade Catalogues Collection.

Art metalwork. Candle brackets, p101 In: Hart, Son, Peard & Co: October 1877 catalogue. From: HHT Digital Trade Catalogues Collection.

Papier Mache. [Ceiling centres] plate 22 In: Part of the collection of Relievo Decorations as executed in Papier Maché & Carton Pierre by George Jackson & Sons, 49 & 50 Rathbone Place, London: 1849 catalogue. From HHT Digital Trade Catalogues Collection.

Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street, London, England - The shop is housed in a former Edwardian bookstore. The older section of the Marlyebone shop was completed in 1912 and it is alleged to be the first custom build bookshop in the world.

The British architect John Nash died on the 13 May 1835. Responsible for much of the layout of Regency London, here is his plan of the new street from Charing Cross to Regent's Park, showing the drainage of the streets.

1813 Cavendish Square street scene from Ackermann's Repository. Other London street views from Ackermann's can be found at

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BBC Broadcasting House under construction in 1931.

Langham Street, The house has been erected by Messrs. Lucas Brothers, from the designs, and under the superintendence, of Mr. Thomas Porter, architect, 2, Westminster Chambers, Victoria-street.” Published in The Building News, July 30 1880.

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Cavendish Square in the Regency and An Interview at English Epochs

Cavendish Square in the Regency Era

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Upper Seymour Street and Portman Square in Regency London

Lady Home's house by Robert Adam 1775 - inspiration for Sam's entryway