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ca. 1869 (made)

read Sir Paul Pindar's House The façade of Sir Paul Pindar's house is an outstanding survival of a London timber-framed house built before the Great Fire of 1666. It was built around 1599 by Paul Pindar (1566 – 1650), a wealthy merchant and diplomat who was knighted in 1620 by James I.
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19thC; W. Strudwick, 'Sir Paul Pindar's House, Bishopsgate Street', London, ca. 1869
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