Mansion House: Ticket to the Easter Ball given by Samuel Birch, Lord Mayor of London, at his official home. "No admittance until half-past nine." 1815

Mansion House: Ticket to the Easter Ball given by Samuel Birch, Lord Mayor of London, at his official home. "No admittance until half-past nine." 1815

Sir Edmund Shaw, Lord Mayor of London (1434–1488) | Person | Family Tree | FamilySearch

Sir Edmund Shaw, Lord Mayor of London (1434–1488) | Person | Family Tree | FamilySearch

Dick Whittington and His Cat  (Book) : Brown, Marcia : Retells the legend of the poor boy in medieval England who trades his beloved cat for a fortune in gold and jewels and eventually becomes Lord Mayor of London.

Dick Whittington and His Cat (Book) : Brown, Marcia : Retells the legend of the poor boy in medieval England who trades his beloved cat for a fortune in gold and jewels and eventually becomes Lord Mayor of London.

Sir William Garrard (1507–1571), Lord Mayor of London (1555) by unknown artist. City of London Corporation, Guildhall Art Gallery      Date painted: c.1568

Sir William Garrard (1507–1571), Lord Mayor of London (1555) by unknown artist. City of London Corporation, Guildhall Art Gallery Date painted: c.1568

Lord Mayor Paunch! Sir Robert Kite (c.1708–1772), Lord Mayor of London (1766) by Nathaniel Dance-Holland.

Lord Mayor Paunch! Sir Robert Kite (c.1708–1772), Lord Mayor of London (1766) by Nathaniel Dance-Holland.

1954 Vintage Menu Lord Mayors Banquet The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor Alderman Seymour Howard Admission Lord Mayor of London 1st Baronet by FillyGumbo

1954 Vintage Menu Lord Mayors Banquet The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor Alderman Seymour Howard Admission Lord Mayor of London 1st Baronet by FillyGumbo

1618, Sir John Garrard (c.1546–1625), Lord Mayor of London (1601). Daniel Mytens (c.1590–1647). Guildhall Art Gallery.

1618, Sir John Garrard (c.1546–1625), Lord Mayor of London (1601). Daniel Mytens (c.1590–1647). Guildhall Art Gallery.

James Francis Helvetius Hobler (born 19 July 1765 in St Anne, London, England), the son of eminent Huguenot watch maker and exporter Jean Francois Hobler and wife Charlotte Elizabeth Claudon.  Baptised in the newly established Swiss Protestant Church in London on 11 August 1765, Francis Hobler, as he was commonly known, held the respected position of principal clerk to the Right Hon. Lord Mayor of London during the early-to-mid-19th century

James Francis Helvetius Hobler (born 19 July 1765 in St Anne, London, England), the son of eminent Huguenot watch maker and exporter Jean Francois Hobler and wife Charlotte Elizabeth Claudon. Baptised in the newly established Swiss Protestant Church in London on 11 August 1765, Francis Hobler, as he was commonly known, held the respected position of principal clerk to the Right Hon. Lord Mayor of London during the early-to-mid-19th century

Diamond fringe necklace, first half, 19th century was a wedding present to Elizabeth II by Lord Mayor of London, Count of Aldermen, Governor of the Bank of England and others.

Diamond fringe necklace, first half, 19th century was a wedding present to Elizabeth II by Lord Mayor of London, Count of Aldermen, Governor of the Bank of England and others.

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