The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company

Founded in 1854 by George C. Nottage, the London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company was one of the most successful photographic companies of the nineteenth century. Selling photographic equipment and producing immense quantities of images, over 100,000 topographical photographs were advertised alone in 1858. William England their chief photographer travelled extensively producing stereoscopic views, most famously of the American landscape in 1859. They also advertised the fact the they were sole photographers to the International Exhibition of 1862.

Located at the following addresses:

1864-66: 54 & 53 Cheapside E.C.

1864: 110 Regent St W.

1865 - 89 108 & 110 Regent St W.

1867 - 1908 54 Cheapside E.C.

1876 - 1890 108,110 & 106 Regent St W.

1886 - 1895 2 Bow Churchyard E.C.

1891 - 1908 106 & 108 Regent St W.

Printing and the housing of negatives took place at another site in Kingsland.
 
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Eadweard Muybridge   
Eadweard Muybridge
ca.1899
The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company
  

Unknown man   
Unknown man
after 1873
The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company
  

Phil. R. Morris   
Phil. R. Morris
after 1875
The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company
  

Holman Hunt   
Holman Hunt
ca 1865
The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company
  

John Gibson R.A.   
John Gibson R.A.
after 1864
The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company
  

W. Holman Hunt   
W. Holman Hunt
ca 1864
The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company