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Butter Market Collection

The Butter Market: A Historical Hub of Commerce and Culture Step back in time to the bustling Barnard Castle Market Place

Background imageButter Market Collection: Barnard Castle Market Place a62_02696

Barnard Castle Market Place a62_02696
MARKET PLACE, BARNARD CASTLE, COUNTY DURHAM. Looking south along the Market Place towards the Market Cross in Barnard Castle, showing a group of people standing in the foreground

Background imageButter Market Collection: Sparrowes House, Ipswich (engraving)

Sparrowes House, Ipswich (engraving)
1618061 Sparrowes House, Ipswich (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sparrowes House, Ipswich. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 14 April 1849)

Background imageButter Market Collection: Butter Market and Market Tavern (oil on canvas)

Butter Market and Market Tavern (oil on canvas)
1128257 Butter Market and Market Tavern (oil on canvas) by English School, (19th century); 43x37 cm; Bradford Art Galleries and Museums, West Yorkshire, UK; (add.info.: By D. W)

Background imageButter Market Collection: Townhall and Butter Market at Alkmaar, North Holland (engraving)

Townhall and Butter Market at Alkmaar, North Holland (engraving)
1104474 Townhall and Butter Market at Alkmaar, North Holland (engraving) by Andrews, George Henry (1816-98) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Townhall and Butter Market at Alkmaar)

Background imageButter Market Collection: The Butter Market at Cork (engraving)

The Butter Market at Cork (engraving)
1609866 The Butter Market at Cork (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Butter Market at Cork. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 2 April 1859)

Background imageButter Market Collection: Vue d Amsterdam No. 15. De Botermarkt. Le Marche au Beurre

Vue d Amsterdam No. 15. De Botermarkt. Le Marche au Beurre
1121995 Vue d Amsterdam No.15. De Botermarkt. Le Marcheau Beurre, 1825 (hand-coloured engraving) by Kruyff, Cornelis de (1771-1851/54) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageButter Market Collection: Reading Butter Market, Berkshire. 21st March 1967

Reading Butter Market, Berkshire. 21st March 1967

Background imageButter Market Collection: South Oxfordshire OX9 3 Map

South Oxfordshire OX9 3 Map
Postcode Sector Map of South Oxfordshire OX9 3

Background imageButter Market Collection: Berkshire RG1 2 Map

Berkshire RG1 2 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Berkshire RG1 2

Background imageButter Market Collection: Lincoln LN7 6 Map

Lincoln LN7 6 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Lincoln LN7 6

Background imageButter Market Collection: Ipswich IP1 1 Map

Ipswich IP1 1 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Ipswich IP1 1

Background imageButter Market Collection: St Edmundsbury IP33 1 Map

St Edmundsbury IP33 1 Map
Postcode Sector Map of St Edmundsbury IP33 1

Background imageButter Market Collection: East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 9 Map

East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 9 Map
Postcode Sector Map of East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 9

Background imageButter Market Collection: The Georgian facade of the Town Hall and Butter Market shopping arcade, built in 1776

The Georgian facade of the Town Hall and Butter Market shopping arcade, built in 1776, Newark-upon-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageButter Market Collection: Destruction of the old Constitution, decoration on the Butter Market, Botermarkt, 1795, A

Destruction of the old Constitution, decoration on the Butter Market, Botermarkt, 1795, A. Verkerk, Johannes Roelof Poster, 1795


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The Butter Market: A Historical Hub of Commerce and Culture Step back in time to the bustling Barnard Castle Market Place, where the aroma of freshly churned butter fills the air. This vibrant scene is captured in a captivating engraving titled "Sparrowes House, Ipswich, " transporting us to an era when butter markets were at their peak. Imagine strolling through the lively streets adorned with quaint buildings like the Butter Market and Market Tavern, depicted on a mesmerizing oil-on-canvas painting. The market square becomes a hub of activity as farmers proudly display their golden blocks of creamy goodness for eager buyers. Traveling further afield, we find ourselves in Alkmaar, North Holland, gazing upon an enchanting engraving showcasing the Townhall and Butter Market. Here, locals gather to exchange not only butter but also stories and laughter that echo through this historic marketplace. Crossing borders yet again, we venture into Cork's rich history with another evocative engraving entitled "The Butter Market at Cork. " This image transports us to Ireland's past when dairy products played a vital role in trade and sustenance. Continuing our journey across Europe brings us to Amsterdam's De Botermarkt or The Butter Market. In Vue d'Amsterdam No. 15. , we witness merchants haggling over prices while surrounded by picturesque canals and charming architecture—a true feast for both eyes and taste buds. As our exploration unfolds geographically, let's delve into South Oxfordshire's map (OX9 3), Berkshire (RG1 2), Lincoln (LN7 6), Ipswich (IP1 1), St Edmundsbury (IP33 1), East Riding of Yorkshire (DN14 9). These locations serve as reminders that butter markets were once integral parts of communities far beyond national boundaries—connecting people from all walks of life through commerce. These hints paint a vivid picture of the butter market's historical significance.