- Also known as
Bowles & Carver
primary name: Bowles & Carver
other name: Bowles, Carington II
other name: Bowles, Henry Carington
other name: Carver, Samuel
- organisation; publisher/printer; British; Male
- Other dates
- 1793-1832 (trading dates)
- No.69, St Paul's Churchyard, London
Map and Print Warehouse, No. 69 St. Pauls Church Yard, London (Bowles & Carver)
- Partnership of (Henry) Carington Bowles II (1763-c.1830; son of Carington Bowles I, q.v.) and Samuel Carver (q.v.), continuing the Bowles business in St Paul's Churchyard, London, 1793-1832. In 1818, Bowles built Myddelton House in Enfield.
A view of the shop when trading as Bowles and Carver appears in Thomas Hornor's Prospectus: View of London and the surrounding country, 1823 (reproduced in D. Hodson, County Atlases of the British Isles, 1984)
Bill-head in Banks Collection (D,2.3392) states "Bought of Bowles & Carver at Their Map & Print Warehouse..."
This entry is used for the partnership as publishers; see a separate entry for Henry Carington Bowles as an indivdual.
- ODNB (Bowles family)
For reproductions of 163 prints see Old English Cuts and Illustrations for Artists and Craftspeople: Bowles and Carver, New York, 1970 (also published in the same year as Catchpenny Prints: 163 popular engravings from the eighteenth century)