London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company

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London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company
Private
IndustryPhotography
Founded1854
Defunct1922
Headquarters313 Oxford Street, London
54 Cheapside, London
110 Regent Street, London
Key people
George Swan Nottage (founder), Thomas Richard Williams, William England
ProductsPhotographs, Stereo cards

The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company began in 1854 as the London Stereoscope Company (LSC), from 1856 was known as the London Stereoscopic Company, and from May 1859 as the London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company.

It closed in 1922.

Photographers[edit]

Its principal photographer was William England and also featured Thomas Richard Williams. Edward Pocock 1843-1905. Edward Pocock 'an artist about to travel for the same Company to take photographs and (make) sketches of places of interest for publication in England. Date lacking but witnessed by Sir Thomas White, Lord Mayor of London http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/d594ebc1-9651-4926-95a6-cc7f5e52671e

Prints from Robert Howlett's photographs were published after his death in 1859.[1]

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