Merchant’s Exchange Building 5″x7″ Matted Photo


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Philly photography is one of my passions. I tell stories about this city and capture my favorite locations on film.

The Merchant’s Exchange operated as a brokerage house before being replaced by the Philadelphia Stock Exchange.  Built in 1832, it was designed by William Strickland, known for his Greek Revival style.  Strickland designed other historic properties in Philadelphia including the Second Bank of the US, the Wyck House and the University of Pennsylvania.

This is a matted 5″ x 7″ photograph (NOT a digital file) with an 8″ x 10″ black mat and backing board featuring the Merchant’s Exchange Building winch sits in the triangle of Doc, Third and Walnut Streets in Old City, Philadelphia.

Since the way color is displayed on a screen varies from one monitor to another, there may be slight color variations compared to what your monitor displays.

Additional information

Weight .04 oz
Dimensions 7 × 5 × .03 in

1.25" x 1.5"


"Full Color" "Grayscale"


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