Madame Tussaud, 1761 - 1850
NW1, Marylebone Road, Madame Tussauds
Westminster Walking posted about a "Souvenir of Madame Tussaud's" from the 1930s. And Londonist has some weird photos of the effects of the fire that closed this exhibition 1925 - 28.
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