Moot Hall, Maldon, Essex Giclée Travel Poster
Giclée travel poster of Maldon High Street, depicting the historic Moot Hall. Moot Hall began life in the 15th century as a townhouse, but by 1576 passed into the ownership of of Maldon Borough Council. Throughout the following centuries, the council used Moot Hall as a jail, police station, court, armoury, and even as their headquarters. During that time, the building continued to evolve, in particualr with the addition of the projecting clock - a 19th century donation by George Courtauld MP. Since 1974, Moot Hall has been an event space, available for tours, exhibitions, and even weddings.
Maldon itself is a flourishing small town with a vibrant history, first coming to historians' attention in the 10th century with the Battle of Maldon - commemorated today by a statute of Byrthnoth, an Anglo-Saxon warrior, in Promenade Park. More recently, Maldon has become famous as the source of Maldon Sea Salt, which is enjoyed throughout the globe, and as one of Essex's most idyllic small towns.
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This Maldon illustration by Essex artist Rob Wisdom is a high quality Giclée travel poster on cotton-rich fine art paper. For our classic art print of the Moot Hall, click here.
12x16" print shown. Cropping and title position (if applicable) may differ slightly on 'A' size prints.