Plaque

Royal Horticultural Society

Inscription

At Messrs. Hatchard's in a house on this site The Royal Horticultural Society was founded on the 7th March 1804.

Site: Royal Horticultural Society (1 memorial)

W1, Piccadilly, 187, Hatchards

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Royal Horticultural Society

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Hatchards Bookshop

Claimed to be the oldest bookshop in London.

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Royal Horticultural Society

Founded originally as "The Horticultural Society of London" by seven friends ...

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