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FOWLER, Charles (1792--1867)
Description of the plan for the revival of Hungerford market, with some particulars of the buildings proposed to be erected; and other improvements. By Charles Fowler, architect. Not published.
London: printed by J. Moyes, 1829.
23, [1] p., [1] fold. hand-col. litho. plan, [3] pl. ; 25.1 cm. (8º)

Proof copy, described on the title-page as 'Not Published'. Fowler's designs for the market are in the RIBA Drawings Collection. It was built in 1831-33 and demolished in 1862. See notes to BAL, Early printed books, no. 1108 (2nd ed., also a private publication). A prospectus floating the idea of the purchase of the derelict premises of the former Hungerford Market by a chartered company with a view to re-instating a fish market in particular was issued in June 1824 (q.v.).

Binding Contemporary C19th publisher's red cloth, green morocco label on upper cover, gilt-tooled and lettered 'Hungerford Market'.

Reference Number 2284


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