(this is a very small original image – see note on image sizes)
Steel engraving published by J S & Co, c1865 and numbered 1933 in the publisher’s reordering catalogue.
The Grand Hotel, built in the Italianate style by the architect John Whichord between 1862 and 1864, was the tallest building in Brighton at the time. The building cost was £150,000.
Illustrated in Old Brighton: A Collection of Prints, Paintings and Drawings by Eileen Hollingdale. George Nobbs Publishing, 1979, p 54.
All images of the Grand Hotel:
There is detail about bathing on the site of the Grand Hotel and at the Grand Hotel in BPC00501
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