- Also known as
primary name: Alexander, William
- individual; printmaker; British; Male
- Other dates
- early 19thC- (fl.)
- 1, York Street, one door from Brydges Street, Covent Garden, London
50, Strand, nearly opposite Bedford Street, London
26, Red Lion Street, Red Lion Square, London
111, Chancery Lane, London
- Engraver and plate printer, brother of George, no relation of the Keeper at the BM.
Trade-card in the Lennox Boyd collection; 'Engraver and Printer'. Bill-head and trade card in Heal Collection. Heal,99.1 is a bill-head stating "Dr. to William Alexander, Engraver and Printer in General to their Royal Hignesses The Duke of York and Duchess of Clarence..." Heal,99.2 is a trade card advertising "Willm. Alexander Engraver and Printer in General to their Royal Hignesses The Duke of York and Duchess of Clarence. No.1 York Street... Visiting & Compliment Cards, Notes, Checks &c. Arms found & painted on Velhim [sic] or engraved on Stone, Steel, Silver, Ivory, &c." Trade card in Banks Collection (Banks,59.2) is identical to the above card, but gives the address as No.50 Strand.