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locations where merchants and brokers worked in the City of London, primarily latter 19th Century. Properties that have been destroyed/renewed are represented by photos of what exists on the site today.


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1 King's Arms Yard, London, England
1 King's Arms Yard, London, England
photo 2009; the 1 King's Arms Yard replaces buildings that themselves likely followed the demolition of dozens of houses neighboring Moorgate, built 1840. P.P. Rodocanachi & Co., merchants, was located at 1 King's Arms Yard, Moorgate Street, London (1894-1906) 
 
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1 King's Arms Yard, London, England
1 King's Arms Yard, London, England
architect's rendering 
 
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1 South Place, London, England
1 South Place, London, England
photo 2009; Finsbury Circus rebuilt 
 
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10 Lime St., London, England
10 Lime St., London, England
photo 2009; a new building stands where G.S. Ziffo Co., general merchants, was officed, 10 & 11 Lime St., 3d floor (1902-1915) 
 
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10 Lime St., London, England
10 Lime St., London, England
 
 
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17 Cullum Street, London, England
17 Cullum Street, London, England
photo 2009 
 
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1839 Map of Finsbury Circus, London, England
1839 Map of Finsbury Circus, London, England
Many Greek merchants traded from here.  
 
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1839 Map of Finsbury Circus, London, England
1839 Map of Finsbury Circus, London, England
 
 
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1839 Map of Finsbury Circus, London, England
1839 Map of Finsbury Circus, London, England
Many Greek merchants traded from here. 
 
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20 Fenchurch St., London, England
20 Fenchurch St., London, England
A new building, nicknamed the The Walkie Talkie, is under construction; a William H. Rogers building stood at this approximate location from 1968-2008; in 1899 M.D. Frangopulo & Co., merchants, were on the 3rd floor, 32 Fenchurch St, this approximate location. 
 
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25 Austin Friars, London, England
25 Austin Friars, London, England
photo 2009 
 
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25 Austin Friars, London, England
25 Austin Friars, London, England
detail 
 
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25 St Mary Axe, London, England
25 St Mary Axe, London, England
photo 2009; London renewed. Eumorfopoulos Bros traded out of 25 St Mary Axe, City of London (1913). 
 
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28-29 Threadneedle St, London, England
28-29 Threadneedle St, London, England
photo 2009; Ambrose John Ralli worked as an insurance brokers at 29 Threadneedle Street (1871). 
 
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31 New Broad Street, London, England
31 New Broad Street, London, England
photo 2009; the Franghiadi family merchant business operated at this address until its 1870 bankruptcy. 
 
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38 Threadneedle St, London, England
38 Threadneedle St, London, England
photo 2009; Bank of Scotland, former South Sea House. With the repeal of the Corn Laws and the boom in trading that followed, the Baltic Exchange moved to the South Sea House (between 1857 - 1866) and then left the Threadneedle Street building in 1903 for the location now occupied by 30 St Mary Axe [The Gherkin]. Augustus C Agelasto, merchant, was located at South Sea House, Threadneedle St (1880-1884). 
 
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38 Threadneedle St, London, England
38 Threadneedle St, London, England
detail--entrance 
 
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42 Old Broad Street, London, England
42 Old Broad Street, London, England
photo 2009; London renewed. P.P. Rodocanachi & Co. operated from 40/41 Old Broad Street, EC 2, London (1927-1941). 
 
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6 Martin Lane, London, England
6 Martin Lane, London, England
photo 2009; this building, with a public house, is the approximate location where R.S.Cunningham & Agelasto, General Merchants and Agents, operated: 8/9 Martin Lane. 
 
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65 London Wall, E.C.2, London, England
65 London Wall, E.C.2, London, England
photo 2009; the offices of P.P. Rodocanachi & Co, bankers, operating in the 1950s. 
 
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7-11 Finsbury Circus, London, England
7-11 Finsbury Circus, London, England
photo 2009; Finsbury Circus rebuilt 
 
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88 Leadenhall Street, London, England
88 Leadenhall Street, London, England
photo 2009. Eustratius A Eumorfopoulos was a merchant in a previous 87/88 Leadenhall Street (1910). 
 
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9 Gracechurch Street, London, England
9 Gracechurch Street, London, England
photo 2009; the entrance to the Crosse Keys public house. 
 
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Adam's Court, London, England
Adam's Court, London, England
John Petrocochino, merchant, operated out of Adam's Court, Old Broad Street, London, in 1873. 
 
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Bishopsgate Street, London, England
Bishopsgate Street, London, England
One of The City's main commercial streets. 
 
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Cullum Street, London, England
Cullum Street, London, England
Coronio and Manuel was located at 18 Cullum Street, London (1867) 
 
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Drapers' Gardens, London, England
Drapers' Gardens, London, England
Architect's rendering; this future version of Drapers Gardens, is underway. The junction of Throgmorton Avenue and Copthall Avenue, was from 1967 the site of an office building, itself demolished in 2007. Stephen A Agelasto, stockbroker, operated out of 7 Drapers' Gardens, London (1900). 
 
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Drapers' Gardens, London, England
Drapers' Gardens, London, England
1960s skyscraper, demolished 2007. 
 
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Fenchurch Street, Fenchurch Buildings, London, England
Fenchurch Street, Fenchurch Buildings, London, England
 
 
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Gracechurch Street, London, England
Gracechurch Street, London, England
photo 2009; where Anthony A. Ralli had his office in the City of London at 9 Gracechurch Street. 
 
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Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
photo 2009; the street has been redeveloped and renumbered; Scaramangas had offices here in 1898. 
 
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Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
 
 
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Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
 
 
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Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
 
 
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Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
 
 
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Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Great St. Helen's Street, London, England
Today this alley off Bishopsgate is in the shadow of The Pinnacle, which is under construction. 
 
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Great Winchester St., London, England
Great Winchester St., London, England
British Library archive photo 
 
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New Broad Street, London, England
New Broad Street, London, England
Zizinia Brothers, merchants, had offices at 32 New Broad St. in 1852. 
 
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One Angel Court [Copthall Ave at Angel Ct], London, England
One Angel Court [Copthall Ave at Angel Ct], London, England
Constructed in 1980, this building sits near where Dimitrius M Katinakis worked -- 7 Angel Court (1866-68) and 8 1/2, Copthall Court (1869-1872), both Throgmorton Street.  
 
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Living
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld. 
 
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Throgmorton Ave, London, England
Throgmorton Ave, London, England
photo 2009; John Michael Agelasto operated out of 10 Throgmorton Ave (1901-1915). 
 
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Throgmorton Street, London, England
Throgmorton Street, London, England
entrance to Throgmorton Street; William John Breary Girardet was with the firm of L. Messel & Co., Stock and Share Brokers, 34 Throgmorton Street (1954). 
 
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Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London, England
Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London, England
photo on its wiki website, which says that Palmerston House, 51-55 Broad Street, was one of the buildings that used to occupy this plot..."a building that survived from the 19th century, through both world wars. It was named after the Third Viscount Palmerston." 
 
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Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London, England
Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London, England
photo on its wiki website, which says that Palmerston House, 51-55 Broad Street, was one of the buildings that used to occupy this plot..."a building that survived from the 19th century, through both world wars. It was named after the Third Viscount Palmerston." 
 
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WWII bomb damage to Old Broad Street, London, England
WWII bomb damage to Old Broad Street, London, England
Palmerston House is on the right. 
 
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WWII bomb damaged to Old Broad Street, London, England
WWII bomb damaged to Old Broad Street, London, England
"A bomb fell on the vacant site between Palmerston House (no.34) and the Bank of Taiwan (nos.40-41) 3.44pm 15th July 1944," according to the City of London website
 
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WWII bomb damaged to Old Broad Street, London, England
WWII bomb damaged to Old Broad Street, London, England
According to the City of London website, "a bomb fell on the vacant site between Palmerston House (no.34) and the Bank of Taiwan (nos.40-41) 3.44pm 15th July 1944." Previously Ziffo, Sons & Co., merchants, had had its offices in Suite 79-80 (1882-1899). 
 


  

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