Grey’s Monument is a Grade I listed monument built in 1838 for Charles Grey. The monument was built to acclaim Earl Grey for the passing of the Great Reform Act of 1832. Earl Grey tea is named after Charles Grey who saw the abolition of slavery under his government in the early 1830s. This print is both eye-catching and intricate as well as being an excellent talking point.
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All prints are unframed ready for framing at home in the frame of your choice.
A4 unframed print. Measurements 210 x 297mm. Perfect size to fit standard A4 frames.
All items come hand wrapped in brown paper packaging tied up with string and with their very own North East tourist tip.
Postal Packaging can be recycled except for stickers (we’re working on it). Boxes are filled with zig zag kraft paper and sealed with reinforced gummed paper tape.