C1876

SA-Rundle Street, North Corner, Adelaide.

Interesting South Australian colonial image of the second of three buildings that stood on the site known as the Beehive, on the corner of Rundle Mall and King William Street. The Beehive, a draper’s shop was opened by Brewer and … Read Full Description

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S/N: HARC-SA-015–222099
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Full Title:

SA-Rundle Street, North Corner, Adelaide.

Date:

C1876

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

165mm 
x 105mm

Paper Size: 

213mm 
x 135mm
AUTHENTICITY
SA-Rundle Street, North Corner, Adelaide. - Antique View from 1876

Genuine antique
dated:

1876

Description:

Interesting South Australian colonial image of the second of three buildings that stood on the site known as the Beehive, on the corner of Rundle Mall and King William Street. The Beehive, a draper’s shop was opened by Brewer and Robertson on October 1849, then in the 1860’s it seems to have been altered as in our engraving. The alterations included the removal of the original gabled roof and the extension to the east probably with the acquisition of the neighbouring premises, Pearce Tailors which can be seen in S.T. Gill’s painting 1849. In our image the neighbouring premises on the eastern side is now J.T. Fickling who were tailors. On the King William side the neighbouring premises is a Homeopathic Pharmacy.

Collections:
State Library South Australia: B 139

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