38 Davies Street, W1 (junction of Oxford Street & South Molton Street)
Grays was established by Bennie Gray in 1977 in a beautiful 19th century terracotta building in the heart of London's West End. Today there are around 200 dealers selling a wide range of stock including antique jewellery, watches, medals, coins, stamps, antique English furniture and other household items.
You can even view one of London’s “lost” rivers – the River Tyburn flows through the basement of Grays Mews. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm.
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The name Tyburn is synonymous with capital punishment, it having been the principal place for the execution of London criminals and convicted traitors, including many religious martyrs.
Public executions took place at Tyburn, with the prisoners processed from Newgate Prison in the City of London (where the Central Criminal Court or Old Bailey stands today), via St Giles in the Fields and Oxford Street.
The executions were public spectacles and proved extremely popular, attracting crowds of thousands. The enterprising villagers of Tyburn erected large spectator stands so that as many as possible could see the hangings (for a fee).