Pearly King and Queen of Southwark seen in 1965


Pearly King and Queen of Southwark seen in 1965


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The printing:

C-type prints are notable for their continuous tone and vibrant colours. The first widely used colour print process, modern c-type prints are printed from high resolution digital files produced from drum-scanned negatives or transparencies.

C-type prints use dye-based photographic papers and should not be confused with inkjet, or giclée prints. Read more about C-type printing HERE.

The paper:

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digitalpaper Type DP II is a silver halide color paper with a thicker base and high stiffness, designed exclusively for digital printing. When used on medium-or large-scale digital printer systems or the Fujifilm Frontier minilabs, this paper yields high-image-quality digital prints that make it suitable for such professional uses as portrait or commercial photography.

It has the highest level of image stability, so it is ideal for display purposes. Read more about our papers HERE.

The frames:

Add depth to your wall art with our frames. A deep, wooden frame, the profile includes a subtle texture effect.

This deep wooden 34mm x 20mm frame featuring a 30mm rebate for added depth,  gives our prints the perfect setting to display your chosen print. We have kept it simple and elegant only offering a charcoal black wooden finnish for your walls.

Read more about our frames HERE.

Brand Fleet Street’s Finest
Dimensions 8 x 10″ to 40 x 60″ (plus frame and mount)
Made in the UK YES
Material  Wood, Perspex
Process A Lambda C-type print
Orientation Landscape

We expect production of your order and delivery to your door within 10 working days.

We have a no quibbles returns policy, please just inform us of any issue and dissatisfaction and if we cannot resolve the problem we will issue a refund on return of the product ordered.

Further information on our delivery and returns can be found HERE.


Black and white photograph of a Pearly King and Queen

Pearly King and Queen of Southwark seen in 1965. Fred Tinsley and his wife Mary, Pearly Kings and Queen of Southwark. Pearly Kings and Queens  came about in the 1870s and the first Pearly King was believed to have been Henry Croft a street sweeper who covered his costume in pearl buttons while collecting money for charity thus starting a tradition that has continued to this day. photograph by Tony Prime, Northcliffe Collection/Associated Newspapers/FSF/ EL5027709

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Charcoal Black, None