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John Freeth & his Circle

Adoption Number: 1909P6

Johannes Eckstein, 1792

This painting depicts members of the radical Birmingham Jacobin Club which met at Freeth's tavern, the Leicester Arms, in Bell Street, from 1768 to 1808 to discuss the crucial issues of the day.

Suggested donation: £500.00

John Freeth & his Circle

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