Cock Lane Golden Boy : News Photo

Cock Lane Golden Boy

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Ted West / Stringer
15th April 1966: The Golden Boy of Cock Lane, East London, who was erected on the corner of Cock Lane and Gullpin Street in the 1660's to mark the spot where the Great Fire of London ended. As well as recently being re-gilded the fig leaf added in the 1920s for 'decency' has been removed to restore him to his original state of nudity. (Photo by Ted West/Central Press/Getty Images)
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15th April 1966: The Golden Boy of Cock Lane, East London, who was erected on the corner of Cock Lane and Gullpin Street in the 1660's to mark the spot where the Great Fire of London ended. As well as recently being re-gilded the fig leaf added in the 1920s for 'decency' has been removed to restore him to his original state of nudity. (Photo by Ted West/Central Press/Getty Images)
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Date created:
April 15, 1966
Editorial #:
3323314
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Collection:
Hulton Archive
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1,322 x 1,295 px (18.36 x 17.99 in) - 72 dpi - 276 KB
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Hulton Archive
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HL4222
Object name:
97f/23/huty/7076/06

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