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Coal Hole Tavern

Coal Hole Tavern

The meeting place of the Wolf Club of which in about 1826 Edmund Kean was a leading member. Lawrence Silverman tells us that, later, this was the tavern where Renton Nicholson staged his very rude Judge and Jury shows and ‘poses plastiques’ featuring apparently naked girls (though actually wearing fleshings).

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Coal Hole Tavern

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Fountain Tavern

In this court in the 18th century stood the Fountain Tavern where the politic...

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William Hamley

William Hamley

Founded Hamleys toy shop. Born Cornwall.

Person, Children, Commerce

1 memorial
Barley Mow pub - Dorset Street

Barley Mow pub - Dorset Street

Self-proclaimed "oldest pub in Marylebone". Some information can be found at Stonch's Beer Blog.

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Charles Jamrach

Charles Jamrach

Dealer in birds and wildlife generally. Born Johann Christian Carl Jamrach in either Hamburg or Memel (depending on source). He moved to London and became an importer, breeder, and exporter of anim...

Person, Commerce, Germany

2 memorials
Kleinwort Benson

Kleinwort Benson

Private banking company.

Group, Benefactor, Commerce

1 memorial